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He Didn't See Him. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

He Didn't See Him. " Didn't you see your girl last .night ?'i asked a friend of a ,young fellow i-who ,had been out the evening before where the, old folks didn't like him. .. "` See any others of the family ?"' "'Yes, the.old lady and boys." .... " Didii't you see the old man ? " "You had a nice time then, did you ?" !'.Not exactly; the old gentleman kicked me clean oVier the fence." i "' Kickd you over the, fence I thought you said you didn 't see him ? . "'Well, I didn't see him. IThat's how;he ot iii his wbork. ' Do you suppose if Ihad seen' him I would have allowed himu to. kick me ? litmuch, 'Helperformed.the ceremony be= fore lsaw him, and affer the job I didn't feel any particillar desire to see him or anybody else but the doctor. See him ?. No, I didn't see him." Scene : Charming young -lady'tilking tea with a decidedly plain-looking ;elderly kins woman ;.:lusband, and friend, talking'a short distance off. Friend: "How 'comes it that, travelling so much as you do, you haven...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Prisoner of Monaco. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

..-The. Erisoner of Monaco. .According to an agreement subsisting be tween France and the Prince of Monaco, all persins convicted of offences against the law by the tribunals of the principality have now to undergo their sentences in the prison: at Nice. Many years before this agreement was entered into, an individual was once con demned by the local tribunal to three years' imprisonment. The minister of justice, keeper of the seals, who was at' the same time presi dent of the court, clerk, and jailer all:in.one, went to the Prince, and said to him: " We have a convict, your Highness." " What a strangeo occurrence I" " Where must we put hiiim 7" ''Is there no lpublic' building in my calital which may be used as a 'prison ? "There is the old Augustinian' Convent, in which "a room mighit be got ready. on the ground' floor." !'Very Well, do' so, then." "But we shall require a'i?assive door, with a tbolt." "Fix one up." "Then we shall have to feed the prisoner." "And how much will all F...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A New Version of Enoch Arden. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

A. New-Version of Enoch:Arden.: SWhen dEocliArden cami, hoife aifter that mneimrableand disastrou's vyage, which ship' wrcke'd hiii and his hiois, he c'rept` up! the street-to his old ionie, as .Fehnyson informs us, and looked in at the window., There he saw Philip Ray aid fiiie his wife andd their child, all seated around the hearth;cracking walnuts. The whole bitter truth cameiupon him witli terrible force. Annie, supposing Enoch to' be dead, had married Philip, oS6 asto have 'a" home for herself andhild, aid a man aboulit .9, ,, . Othe ihodse in case of tramps., +It Wasa'sad :cominhpg ack, for. Enoch;, and -he wdis fiad Aibut?iit:niNot so much; because Philip shad 'marrinedhis wife,.for there were plenty'more wives.to be had;;il ot because his child=hid learned to call another 'man." pa," though that was-a bitter pill. Neither of. these things worried: him'! half. so much as to note that':Philip was wearing his (Enoch's) .clothes. With a menacing. gesture' Enoch was about to dash...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, & c. FANCY POINTS IN FOWLS AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

FANCY POTNTS IN FOWLS AND CATTLE. A writer in an English journal comes out very strongly against fancy points in fowls. Thirty years ago, he says, they had abundance of eggs and the best of table fowls; now nothing like equal to them, all in consequence of the folly of judges at the poultry shows getting up absurd "Scales of Points," which the fowls must carry, even to a feather, or fail of winning a single prize. The superb Dorking is turned from a luscious table fowl into a dark-plumaged, thick skinned mongrel, scarcely fit to eat. Time was when their colors were pure white, or gray, or handsomely mottled by various colors. In breed? ing a purely, white face the noble full-breasted Black Spanish has dwindled from ten to twelve pounds in weight to such a miserable size and shape as to make it a profitless bird, unworthy a place:any longer in a good poultry yard. The Game fowl has been robbed of its fine round full flesh, and given long stilty legs; the Iamburga 'are bred down in si...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Staking a Life on a Card. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

Staking a Life on a Card, The long aiid'prosperous career- of Flotow,, theb'elebrated composer of Martha, was t m p'roi.ly'jloidded in" 1864 by. the death of his younger brotheir, 'which took plice undel; npainfully 'dramatic" circumustances. He was. rather 'what is euphiemitfically called,, a. '!wild" fellow, anda .practical' joke"which he perpetrated in al half-drunken freakl was taken as ad iiisult' by the ,whole body of the Mecklenburg' deputies, of whichihe himself was one. A dozen ch~allenges ensiid, and young De :Flotow agreed to meet: any siigle 'aitagonist selected by lot. This;as it hap pened, turned out to lie a certain, Count Z , 'one of the deputies,` who,iesented the offence most keenly. On 'De:;Flotow's. asking hiimi if he thought a stupid joke worth 'fighting about, and receiving .an.,:empathic, answer in the affirmative;,," Be 3t so,". he said; ' and 'if' you 'ittach as little value, to 'life"as II do, we will. 'fight in the American `fashioni~T staking my life, aga...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 3RD MAY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

t.hat tlie wholsale price of br`ied at \: , " '," . j, ., ?4 ' IDrysdale has"nothing todo ,with the( retail pricey of Iread'here:i To ;put it' more explicitl,,he meansthat. if bakers ten miles away `where the cost of produc .... . . ? J ''(} " ' "'" " ?' s''D "i " -,? ! -7 2 ::?.ri , ':.l~ tion is the same.if not more than it; is, here, are satisfied with the profit made by selliii' then b readl wholesale ?at.5d, andl retail at 6d, that is no reason. why the Queezincliff consumers should not be chaiged ,7d. He then kuidly goes into: compliments. Now, vwe?can btandabuseii; b1ut. when it somes to, flattery we are disarmed, anid have to thankk him'for the compliments paid the Sentinel. Inii re turn; we feel r?iateful foi the giand sip port, considering the number of the populatiou, that the paper under the .iey?ropioetr h(as ,;received ;fim l1i clisses. VItAn 'hilpig ýthe local:paper, onwarll IJiennigs isone onf, our.,est suiipporter, 'andkif~wewantedaily absisi-: ihhould (o it'b.to,an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

2..) - . ~·11\'~t~iri·~ ''~i 'r.J'N~ FANCYSl REPOSI`TQ~fihnY;J'w'it 9'ti71tieet Aii',if;;r CI ý., .!}. . ¬r. ...;11 d!'~ij l~ff·i"' 90, Miss Wilson desitnes fo bring} uder 7[r enotice. of the pibiiph~ NEWSTOC hf!Of FANCYt GoODS,.&c., specialliye1ected ,. compr :the sumnmer season , &mprising= "t ,viýl Material for Ladies', Needlework,-, Plain and Fancy Stationer'y, . r~il ed ,ransfer Paper's, I etfýimery, ^d; Mafkriias `for Poonah Painting-and fir ,, M liclanl Lace .,ºv·lil'i :.., i; . t, }s'r, ý' JtiMl-ani s,' ov I I ;,,,.: =, li AIbtf~i K1 Toys~~ -,f i''v ni:NOY .Novels, Journals, .j~p ",t h ltý" .Gift-Sook'sJ;1t: 4l:'''~ Ii t1' dts lo 3Q v:lS ri e -d t ' 1++f <.,t- t rig; t:'l i xioot , 1112 il. 7`; i Scliol R quisites, , 1ý 1C'} Arii 'I tilt -K1ol rtc J .t I2'2,0'1 J; t ~i _ ci; IhROBR: J` WrEEBETFiUEENOLIF. E., t'23Iu cwl qIi. ý - P4 -j i'i' rrl'xu; 3i Iht qii};ir13 i "0t~rc inrs cryW; '-.? a: .11;r ci nifitet 3j16r ItiTi 3't;Jtý,. r,, Gij)?, rriJ ".t...

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CHRISSIE GRAMHAM. A SETTLERS' TALE, OF REAL LIFE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

CHRISSIE GRAHA![M. A SETTLERS' TALE, OF REAL LIFE. BY INDI: I(Continued,) It soon became evident that the malady from which Mr. Grahain was suffering was no common one, and a doctor was summoned. 'Chrissie despatched the eldest boy, Ernest, on horseback to the township forDr. Brown, who immediately set out with the lad for Bend Farm, The doctor looked very serious indeed when he saw his patient. He asked many questions, but did not appear to be much enlightened by the replies he received, Mrs. Graham wished to know at once what he thought of her husband, and his answer was "Well, to be candid, Mrs. Graham, I do not know what to say; I am completely at a loss, At present I can only tell you that the disease is as dangerous as it is exraordi. nary. If the case had occurred in acrowded city where typhus and other pestilential ma. ladies are frequent, it could be more easily accounted for. Let some one return with me, and I will send out medicine, and, if possible, I will come again in ...

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BLUE RIBBON MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

BLUE RIBBON MEETING: I IM d ?wFridaythe 25th Aprilha Gospel' Temperance nimeeting' al4vertised' bv ha:ndbills iprinted `at:this, officewas held' 11 theForesfers':Hall: , , ene. thohse oit ageeabl efeatures .of the;, meetingwas, the singing rby?the Wesleyan choir , of ,.some niew? tern %e'ance esongigs which were nicel ren dered .and imuch appreciated .by thee audi ence IIiss, Elhs p'resided in;, an efficient manue' at the- piano: neeg ,, ! , ' Mr Geoige .Inniss.: was the chief mdver'iin calling the "meeting, and, we believe, paid all the expenses out ofhis own ;pocket .. sill .will .be seen' by, our report, he is a real true Blue Rib_ bon enthusiast. and eSpiessed'hiimiiself 'as .highlyl pleased with the' attfendarce.7 On his bieastlie dipsplayed foutr?medals, one firom England for service in the Crimea. and one from the Sultan of Turkey for the same service, aniother for having served .in the Flowery Ladc- of the. almdnd-ey'd CelestiaialChinu;ar;til the fourth was ; ai sm'all mieda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

T AI' sDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. "We theiundersigned TRADESMIEJ. AND STORE KEI1PERS OF'QUEENISdLFEE. do ihercby agree to close our, business .establish ments ati o'.clock `veri? TPIJURSDAY, from: 8th May 'to 30th' October,'(both dAys in elusive.): We also- further agree NOT TO OPEN THE SAID EST'ABLISHMENTS durinog the above-mentioned hlurs secept oin. 'cases-: of urgent ncessity.. : .E. OCUZ1NS1 J. WILLIAMS J. INDUJNI CHAS C..SIWMPSON CHARLES OTTO SE1VERS :GEORGE HENRiY AAXSTED II. BRYANS. E., T.: JENNINGS ,., 'J.H. HEINLEY .,i. THOMAS ARKINS H. A.r THOlMiSON W. T. JAMI1ESON : '. E. COTTIER R. SMILEY & Co GANE BROS, J. E, SMITH ELIJAH WILLS J, T, WH1TE uAniusementn.-s. 1ONbDY, 6rt MAY, 1884. THE FORESTERS GRAND GALA - T O celebate ;theafuvcrsarygof the C Ourt, Tylll Take plaice on Monday, 28th May.- The Foresters "' will "`assembieattlf lie Foresters' Hall, at, 10.30, and will marall to .the, recre ation ground .' ports to commence at 12 o'cl6ek,; to be followVed illn the eveing by ...

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"Making Light" of Men and Women." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

"?Making., Light."i of Men acnd .f . W omen:" Every 'iian has. 2401bonies; except the minstrel corner-men, whq hliae 244 each. The lungs contain one hundred and seventy five million cells. This is what makes man a practical joker. . 'A man breithe?al out twehty times a mi nute--thatis,`-tinless he is fat, or is walking away from a tailor with a bill. The brain of a man is twice as big.as. that of any other animal. .That, is why.,a really noble dlg hasgo mini~c respecttfor a man. Ar :man's .average weight is 140'pounds. Except when he has :to' wait for Ihis w:ife' to change,,he., necktie. 'Then it's; forty: mi-, nutes. -· A man's brain .we glis three and a half, pounds.. A. woman's is . somewhatlighte'r,, but of finer :quality. -That is what enables her to taste lard in her neighbor's pastry.: ' The hieartin its normal condition beats: seventy-five times a minutie, but' when a young man meets a p:lretty girl ?t a' paiy, andisteps tremblingly up to proffer an:escort home, the number o...

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MORE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

* MORE OF' IT." -Life is short,'and, life'.a qeeting, SStill ibourheartsare stout andbiave, Still.he Artillery' is bating Happy mwsic .0 the grave .'. When your brave heart ,thrll in battle, When you fight tlldebr foe, Letyo yo ri graid rtiller rattltt - -' . Meet?and shrink not from the blow: Little Qucenschff' B'e my .bessing Thi'i and niothing more for aye ; Never may yoi get a dressing; Fromnthe Russians, e'en in play. M. The fast steamer Griand, owned by Mesis ' Nipper and See, bf lMelboirue. made her firtst run to Quee?ieliff on.Thr?udayi . It is the intention of the owniers to iun her all through the winter at the moderate faie of 3s bid return.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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AMONG THE ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

AMvONG THE ADVERTISERS. An, Italian,, speaking French well.and a little English, with who "wage is no object," advertising in a London paper for an engage. ment as an indoor servant,;puts down his height as "fifty-seven feet seven." But he manages his little English to better.purpose 'than his' countryman of Milan, who offers the "bestest" comforts to travellers, at his hotel, .which he describes as "situated in'the centre' of an immence parck, with most magnificient. yviews of,: the Alp chaini' and an English' church residing in the hotel "--the. latter being furthermore. proyided,with'' baths of inieral waters'inelegant private cabins and shower rooms, and two basins' for bathin'; " one for gentlemen, the oter for ladies ;" while it contains, a hundred and fifty rooms,." all "exposed to.the south-west dining-groom," :-Such an 'exposure might well cause the :Milanese. host s visitors to becomnie' persons dependent upon the headache', or?who hae. copious .perspirations," whom.a M. L...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A ROMANCE OF ALMANACS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

A ROMANCE OF ALMANACS. !iThe importance of the almanac from a commercial point of view originally occurred to James I. He granted a monopoly of these publications to the Stationers' Company and I:the two universities, and so filled his ex chequer. We have a volume before us con taining sixteen almanacs for the year 1615. One of the chief things to be noted in this .collection is the list of historial events which at that date were thought worth remember ing. They are-the invention of print ing, the capture of Boulogne, the sweating sickness, the great plague, the great frost of 1564, a blazing star in 1572, a deep snow in 1581, the camp at Tilbury in 1588. the tak. ing `of Cadiz in 1596. Bretnor, a famous ''" almanac-rimaker'of James' reign, has the good and evil d 'ys in;tables, with warnings in such droll phrases -that they are worth a shortquotation. Thus the month, of Janu iry shows that - 4,8. Allthatyon can 1,2.7. Lost labour. 9. What you de- 3,5,6. On the losing sire .... . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

.Any descripti on of General Printing executed in First-class tylewith SQuick Despatch, and for Moderate Price, at the Office of S. this Newspaper. In the AdTvertisng Department every effort is made to satisfy :customers-Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low Qotations fr alL --, roll | imi alI~s :~~"~ ~

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Diplomacy at Berlin, according to "Monsieur." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

Diplomacy= at :Berlin, according S: to-" :'?,Monsieur." The'Freich Figaro publishes the following amusing incident, which.is said tohave taken place during one' of the"State dinners' at Ber niiii'~d 'which: the 'late Loid Bdactsfield a hnd.eii l ar'iitof? Salisburywere present --. Prince Bismarcki-who is well known to be 'a great-,.eater,'filled.his; plate with: cherries; the Marquis of Salisbury observed it.' Prince," said' hesiddenlyJ. what you are gdoing isverymunhealthy. .'. ". What?'fl' said =Prince Bismarpk, in as. !,ig hay; Eae;; just swallowed two cherry stonesl";;,"s : "Yoii "ae miistakeh," saidf th 'Priice, :vih ?:i'Never i.i: replied :Salisburhy.: with. 'thit 'kiuteur Whici 'hiaracte?rises the pioudBng ' '.Monsieurle Marquis i.iaid Bismarck, his :eyes pdgg h reo .It w asat' tiis moment thatL ord.Beacons field came to the rescue. ."Perhaps'' hehinsiiiuated, 'in "hisi softest goi"'ce",""yu . oth4ight yrour Highness irnustI;1 as0: occupied with' serious ,thoughts that you mi...

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Ingenuity of Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

Ingenuity of Fraud. " In 1780, a, gentleman of eminence in the mercantile world was grieved by the contents of a letter which le: received from a corre spondent -at Hamburg, the ipost-mark of .which. it. bore.. From the statement it con-. Ae?it-appeared-'that a permbn, most mi niutt?lysdescribed, had defrauded the writer, under.extiordinary circ c' of £3,000. Th. etter contiriued to tion had been obtaind "th'at the F?O ?e the dress and .person of whom were ilescri 9 -was oc casionally', to be. seen on '· t 't? Walk of .the, Royal Exchange. i ct, of the 'writer was:.to' induce his'cbteespondent to iiin'ite th?ed' party._to. dinne?f:? and by any moral force-which-could be used, compel him :to 'return the money; adding, that if he should- be rfouid' amenable to reasbi, iand evine any signs of .repentance, he might'be .disiniied With a :friendly caution and 1five hundred pdunds, as he was a near'relative, of the.writer. As the gentleman whose name it bore was a profitable correspondent;...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

SSam, from the country, reading bill of en tertainment to Jim, also from .the country. " Admission, 4s., 3s.,'2s.'and'ls:; proginmme, containing songs, 6d. Jim, let's! go into the programme." We hear there is a man 'ii Coilinwood who is teaching his donkey to talk. We don't take much interest in that. What we really want is a man who can teach some of our public donkeys not to talk. It is nice to be able to read well, but em phasising'in;the;wronig place'often spoils the effect. For instance, at a suburban church the clergyman read the following passage from the Bible thus : '"And tho bld man said unto his sons, Saddle me the ass; and they saddled him."

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FARM MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

SPFARH'M&NAGEMENT. No fixed rule can be laid ilown for the manage ment of farms. The soil df onie' ownship may be best fitted for growing some kinds of grain, while the adjoining ones can be most profitably devoted to live stock. No two farms situated side by side are exactly alike. The distance from market, the demand for special products and, not the least,' the individual taste of the farmer, have all much weight in determining the system of farm management that it is best to adopt. -' Those who have given the most thought to this subject are the slowest to advise any general system to be applied to every farm. It is like a garment that is intended to fit all per sons and suits none. Every year of progress made in agricultural knowledge teaches more forcibly than previous ones the truth that the farmer must rely much upon his own intelli gence and judgment in working out the best system for his own farm. Even in so seemingly trifling a matter as the pruning of a grape vin...

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JUSTICE, OR HEAR BOTH SIDES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

JUSTICU, OR HEAR BOTHI SIDES. "1,' ;;1 :t? taTO'THiE EDITORi - " Sin,-' ýWoull you indly favor a resident with tthe iusei ion ofa hfew lines on a question which Is engag ing so much public attention inm neegscliff I, have often he'idithat the pen is mightier than tlhesword, and so it is, for at. often ,oes more mische e when,it is weldedby.o one,.wlio hais not given a .praper consideration to a given.subjeet.,; One.siled jlustice is not justice. First, let me say that .akers,whetheir mployers or employees, fromi time immemorial,have suffeired in ,silence at the hand ofi the .public, and op account of their business they aie depived .of every social liappiness: No Dzy of Rest,forthem, or night, 'like eothei? men, no ,hol~day , but must be broken inito. ? .Their$ unnatural trade dcmiids all their~tpug ait d ynight! SWe pass no i?1o thlie quesio of the price of bread .' very, important one. ;o the, con s?imers Iti Firanc ; I' understand, ;theprice is reuated b ytl Government .If it wer...

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