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

SYouiing men in St.'Louishave sule'itB o green- blue, and olive green; cloth according to com plexion, and it is iecorded that the coats are cut so as to make a gradual curve around the` hips, and the garment is gracefully, tapered until the tail is formed. " An 'Englishbanatomist declares that one meal, a day is all the food men requires. Now, if some economist (no questions asked as to nationality) will only: rise up and point out-how that 'one meal can be obtained without labor a large num ber of" agitators" will speedily subside, BEFORE THE BALL. To.night I shall dress in my finest I'll put on. my latest white silk, I shall wear my number two slippers, High-heeled and the color of milk. My gloves shall run to my shoulders, My.roses all lovely and fair. . . And then I shall wear all my diamonds, { And have diamond dust on my hair. I'll sit in the box at eleven, And all.the'rich ealvacade scan,' ;: ;; i An'd Frieddie shall sit at my elbow And to and fro teeter my fan. Right there ...

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

TO.ITHE EDITOR. Sni" I am sure every nhoisehokler on the Cliff owes `to 'ioia' de lebt ofrratitude: 'for the' manl 'y ou havet "xposecl the gross exgmv gani}' pres, our baker?s are chiargiig for the ead.I rad Mr` Jenniihg'tle tt'but I'ousderhe has'eded all the principal ,re!adns given ` ire dudtionC ;of pricers 1ook atlit ?i this'liht Last yeari at this tine flauiurwa vA llO'i a ton, present; price '£8 10s,' a,'reduction of 20 per eent!,, or :just'iqul to ald 'ii 5.:d° :Wliahdoe t le say: to this? E?othin'g. 'Fim':tliel iiieformi. tion ]belirevethee is iiot a toivship~ liowj :ever small, where bread'is now sold Over 5d; to Gd th'e ?4!lb loiaf. 'If thei ibakers still per ýsist'in thlir; pres.nt' cliarges thei'iarare two. ways :householders coan t'be'9t lelp:tlienrm selves, by either joining togetliier iindstiart., ing a co-operative bakery, or to get some one, on the Cliff to arranige with a first-class 'bakr :iiwn Geelong'?,to' :sdrt d fe'siIbMrea by ambrhingl trai? every daiy.1 The...

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

Tapioca is delicious in white soup; it is very nourishing also. ' BiRDs-Small birds that are roasted and are not stuffed can be improved by putttng a few stalks of celery in them while they are cooking. BROILED LOBSTER.-Lobster, broiled, is a delicacy not generally appreciated or known about. It will recommend itself to anyone who will try it. WHITE FRUIT CAKE.-One Cup of butter, two odps of white sugar, three cups of flour, one- half cup of sweet mik, oneie teaspoonful of cream of tartar, one half-teaspoonful of soda, whites of eight eggs, one pound of raisins and ioneiquarter of a pound of citron chopped". LEMON SHAPB.-Two ounces of arrowroot, six ounces of loaf sugar, the juice and rind of one lemon grated; mix with one pint of boiling vater. When cold add the yolks and whites of three eggs well beaten, and boil altogether well; then pour it into a mould and let it stand till the next day. This is delicious, sweet, and very nourishing for an invalid. SPIRAL CAKBS.-A novelty for t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WANTED "A COOK" FOR QUEENSCLIFF. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

s"?: + iL' ?,:? ' : r . .?', ," ,;, ? : WANTED;" ;COKk,. FORQTEENS OLIFF.o t~~ r',.ir,",TO ýTHE XDITORL} ,., I -SI,,?,wAs the price of;,brendisfres i th mindsoof the Queenscliff :public allow m ti1iougli your columns, to slrawattention a fact which'has, as yet, not bce"nmentioned by yo: I)allude to the ~weight of the bread. On ,severil, occasions lately I have seen bread w'eiglhe'ilt afte ,eing received from the baker's cart, and on each occasion it was not up to the staudard weight.,. twill just refer now to what I aw on two occsions,,on.each of :which. a 21b loaf (plain bread) was weighed,; One weighed oz and the other 12 oz;,thusyouwill see that one laf ?walts~ aancd the other'3 short of the 21b makngf tj. ois short in the 411? loaf Theb?iakers ;here it lappearsare not satisfiedp at getting an extrai2don the 4 lb loaf, but in.cvery three 'make a: loaf'extra though not giving the- corretweight, so we afie actualhly' paylg asnearl as possible dfor 4,lbs.of bield Seucha i stateofffa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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EARLY CLOSING OF SHOPS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

DEARLY CLOSING OF SHOPS - To THE J.DITOR SIn In reference to the above I think that it is:high tide that we should all miake oe fml'effort'f6oiestiblumei f shboirter hours in QueenScliff. What we want is one and all to join hands in the work, and carry it through. In my opinion what is wanted is that a few earnest workers in this matter should meet at a given place and time, to considora what,steps tb take. 4I think from;8 ,o * p.,? are houtrsAlbng eiioghi tor., auy asistant to stand behind adounlMer,: I feel sure that if ewe were to haves i-tatitg" and ag ini, briig the matter befx thl :employers and,publie we .;,would yet lbe sUccessful' in getting the hours of labour we want. ::Now that.so many, have obhtainedthe eight hours, ,Itrust that this will! beA the commencemenit of ;bettcr times:-.Yotus, &c., .. 2 f.. . ? ..GROCER:

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRUDE NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

YCRUJDE NOT~IONS .,. * ture a. '.BY RAMBLER. : ,. `.. Nothng Ri' this `life is'pi~pcft~a's~fa` a~sp 'a e W a'roteblisto do gfowth it. We oftenir 'harn :elleie' a' reinot"doe c areful aboutler Swho6 oirer-renached ? hiinself ! if[sili nl y over, whoiat they ahii.ake use of lady camen exprc his, ?st.ll-to purcas~e sdifit? ggs, an fisiaked the: diei?ffIt i's imply. Gperfectionod,' itself,'id he wcaniiot.behy i't be beate' ll ' The fatliyiiare Nothing is perfect. and the rule holdls god both' with rrefy'ird to inca and' .thbing Mamny' meno think, in s theid pwn self cocit, thatey they have icateil fa I wstandatd of excellucake Switoich i t is almost impossible for others tohe s'ttain? his s Tre ' . areopes mein the . woild: than the one in: the. V'itica n`. The ;doctinme of infaldlibili I sh not lkeli srry todie o buy:prea tuie death: Whea Iy hown ei enatio 6fs teil val ei andr own excellence I n. I am iniminded of thned tealer. ,who; over icrached himself by simply ovei do'thingith'ult...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE RABBITS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

THE RABBITS. TO THE EDITOR . SIR,-The Government threw a great deal of money away and so did the Road Boards in laying phosphorus wheat to poison rab- bits. When it is laid down the smell is so strong the rabbits will not go near the wheat, and when the smell dies away the poison is also out of the wheat, and the rabbits eat it and grow fat. There should be rabbit inspectors appointed--as needful an office as an inspector of sheep--to pay for the skins, and also to carry out measures devised for the extermination of rabbits. I tried one good way to suppress the pest, and that is, to close up the mouth of the burrows with fern and grass. I filled up36 holes   and only 3 were opened, and that was done by rabbits from the outside. The bunnies that were inside were all choked.--Yours, &c., A. C. HEGGE. Marcus Hill, 28th April,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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HE NEVER GAMBLED. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

EE NEVER -GAMBLED. 1A : 6,dog, ona warm summer- day, lay down. in the shade andasooh.ffell. asleep. , He ,was awkeiiedl by theioise of a huge bull ap proaching his shady resting place, . '" Get up," said the'bull, "'and let me lie down there !" "No, replied the ldog, you haive no right to. the place,; I was here first;" " Well, said the buill, looking innoceiitly at the dog,. but with: a: ferocious t'winkle in. his left eye, which imade the dog's spinal' column run cold and his lower jaaw give way, "let us't tossup 'for iv::. "Thank you," said the dog, liolitely, " I' never gamble," and he walked away.:: : The, Mormons are .now' marching, ,through Georgia and are taking all:,the ,pretty girls with;them. The last attraction of Georgia as a State worth living in willsoon be: gone, -urless thelrecruitingiof the Latter Day Saints is :stopped. .. "' My dear," said a fond wife, "whenwe were engaged I always slept .with your last letter under my pillow." "And I," murmured.her husband, "oft...

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THE MARQUIS OF LORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

;THE MRQUIS OF. LORNE. IR JOHN:GEORGE EDWARD HENRY : CAMPBELL, 6alled by courtesy the M Marquis of Lorne, is the eldest son of r the Duke of Argyll, and was born at Strafford House, London, in 1845. InFebruary, 1868, he became M.P. for Argyleshire. In the close of the saiiie year he was appointed private' secretary to his father, then at the head of. the:-. i India Office. On the 21st of March, 1871, he. married the Princess Louise, the fourth daugh.' ' ter of Her Majesty. In;July, 1878, he was appointed Governor-General' of, Canada,. as successor to Lord Dufferin, who had held that post since 1872. The Marquis of. Lorne has made several appearances in the field of Litera. ture. " His trip to the Tropics" was published in 1867 i " Guido and Lita: a tale of the Riviers', a poem, appeared in 1875; and "The Psalms, literally rendered in'Verse," in 1877. INOTABLE MEN OF THE DAY.'' ......

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EXPLORING THE ALPS OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

EXPLORING THE ALPS OF NEW ;ZEALAND. ,. .:.An interesting ,account of-recent explora tions in ithe:!Southern Alps of .New, Zealand hasbeen given:by the Rev. W. S. Green, be fore the Royal Geographical Society.., Mr. Green; a, member of the Alpine Cldb, went outto.'New Zealand at the suggestion:of Sir George Bowen,..who.invited, the.club to de pute some iiiembers to explore the mountains of the Souitherni bland,- Mr,.Green, before liegin iing the narrative of his own:ascint of Mount Cook, described the general: conforma .tion of, the mountain, system.of the island with the aid of maps and some enlarged .photographs. of the panorama seen ,from, a point reached in the exploration of the Great Tasman glacier, accompanied .by EmilBoss, an : experienced, mountaineer, ,and,. .Urich Kaufmann, a. professional. guide, ,both.;,of Grinewald, who are now with Mr. :Graham scaling.peaks in the Himalayas. . , , Having made some rjieliminary excursions upithe Tasinan'Glacier;'which at its terminal en...

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SIR GEORGE GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

SI GEORGE GROVE : lIR GEORGE GR6YE, who received ?the ,honor of knighthood in the spring of 1883, was born at Clapham, Surrey, in 1820, andwas educated as a civil engineer. In 1841 he superintended the erection of the first cast-iron .lighthouse.constructed, on 'Mo. rant Point, Jamaica, and later the erection of 'a similar tdoer on Giblis' Hill, Bermuda. He succeeded Mr. Scott-Russell as secretary to the Society of Arts in 1850, and two years later he was appointed Secretary to the Crystal Palace Company. He is now associatedwith the well= known publishing house of Macmillan and Co. He is the editor of a "Dictionary of Music and Musicians, " the best work of the kind ever produced. The active pait he has recently taken in the establishment of the Royal College of Music is well known.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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LORD ALCESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

LORD' ALCESTER. SEFOBE being raised tQ the peerage, Lord Alcester was favorably known as Ad miral' Sir Federick Beauchampi Paget' Seymiaour, G.C.B., FR.A.S., A.D.C. to Her Majesty, &c. He is the eldest son of the late Sir H..:B. Seymour,.K.C.H. -Wasbornin1821,, anpi'entered the navy.in,1833. In May, 1840, he. was promoted to'the rank of mate, and two years later.he became lieuteiiant. He was raised ,to the rauk:of commander in. 187, and during. the two following years he commanded H.M.S. Ha~lequin. He took part in the Burmese War of '1852-3. He was raised in 1854 to the rank of Post-Captain, and was given the command of H.M.S. Meteor. In 1870 he became k Rear. Admiral. He commanded the Channel Fleet from 1874 to 1877, and:w's appointed; Comrn mander-in-chief in the Mediterranean in Feb rubry, 1880. iHis summary action connected with the seige of Alexandria is familiar to everyeone.?

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Lines on the Loss of the Loch Ard. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

Lines, on the. Loss of the. ,Loch Ard. ,Night on the ocean! S-'iftly along ' The heaving sea they glide, ,And no one thought that danger lurked Benenth the glancing tide: Litand ahead!' the thrilling cry;. c hoesfrom stem to stern. i'tBreakers ahead!" is ahouted0 out,: "Ai ndio room left to turn,. A mighty sho'ck, a tearing drash,;' The gallant ship's a wreck. The giant waves, with cruel force S :-weep victims off the deck:, - IUp from below the people rush, Witlifear and bated breath,'. : used? fromi a deep and pleasant slecpm:' "' To meet rembioeless Death. There women, shivering,in the night,. Are clinging to the mast, r And,:seeing others meet the fate :Theytoo, mustmeet atlasti; Alas, poor soulsl All swept ajday'-::. ' ' ,And sink to rise no mord, . Da :. Eeept as brides of Deatifye rise, And strew the barren shore. Hear now, 0 Heaven} thje'vaiing cry • 1hopeless deep lespai,, .,,, , The' opiercing hrileks thiat rend the sky Vain 'tis to .hpe for:help., Poor souls? .. i For you...

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MISCHIEF DONE BY GOOD NATURED PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

MISCHIEF ;DONE BY"GOOD ; NATURED PEOPLE: SNo doubtthere is a vast. amount of misery in the world occasionedlby deliberate unkind. :ness=;. revenge for::real:or fancied injuries, or the~ terrible pleasure some evil natures feel in: tlhe::exercise of, arbitrary power::0 Still more sunffering is probably occasioned by that callous indifferentismin to kthe", feelings of others *.which wec call' thoughtlessneas, but; which. is very nearly allied to- selfishness.: Yet possibly we should fiid,iwere we able to make the -reckoning, that' has much harm is done by the' unwise concessions of what are :called,. good natured people," as by either of the other classes_ ;It is often said of a good nature :i?a that hlieij ione's ienemy but'hi it-own but Families and ?frifids are soill ked together in this yvorld, that it is exceedingly difficult for any one to injure himself without hurt to another.;,: Far be it from us to limit phill antlrioy or any sort of generosity. He who?goes through life conf...

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Queenscliff Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

Queenscliff Borough Council. The council commenced business on Mon 'day night at 7 o'clock sharp, and there was a full attendance of members present--The mayor (Or Cuzens), Crs Arkins, Baillieu,, Henley, Home, Jamieson, Stoneman, Simp son. The town clerk read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were adopted on the,.:, motion of Cr Simpson, seconded by , Cr. Arkins. The minutes of the meeting of the, Public Works Committee, held last week to , consider the requests of the Sporia Club,. _J were adopted, on the motion of Or Arkins, seconded by Cr Jamieson. The usual discussion ensued on pigs; in consequence of a letter from the Central Board of Health, in reference to a petition that had been fowarded to the Board by some persons on the cliff. On the motion of Cr. Ston'eman scounded by Cr Simpson,it Iyas: moved and carried, That no perso-i bo alloewed-, r?" to keep more than 2 pigs within the township. ".';f Or ;Henley moved and Cr Arkins seconded, the 'motion, .That the Central...

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MARCUS OF ROME: THE BOY MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

MARCUS OF ROME: THE'BOY (By E. S. BRooKs, in St. NihAol).)? Apeirfebt autiumn 'day. ~Above, the clear sky of Italy; below, a, grassy plain, sloping gently, down from the brown' cliffse'aiid ruined ramparts of old Veii. In the,back ground, under the shade of the oaks, a dozeI waiting atten'dants; and here, in the 'open space before us, three trim and sturdy Roman youths, all flushed with the exercise {'df a royal game of ball. Come, boys and. girls of. 1884; go back with me seventeen and a half centuries, and join the dozen lookers on as they follow this three-cornered game of ball. They call it the trigon. It is a favorite ball-game with the Roman ,youth, in.which the three players, standing as if on a right-angled triangle, pitch and catch the laial or pila at long distances and with the left hand only. It is not so easy as you may think. Try it some time and see for your. self.. . _ .".-This. way-toss it this way, Aufidius ; our good Sejus will need more lessons from old',Trinalch...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

Si ,-.At tle monthly meeting of the Cbun:, O cillorson Monday, the 5th May, Mr ounicillor Ba iileu iemarked, anent the. commonage:. fiees, that he owed £1, and that the herdbs-;, miu had ncver asked him forit. Ib?lu leave, to remark jtbuit.QU the .2nd of this. nmonth lI preseuted Mr Baillihcu with his bill foirl l s.t?e amiount ducnto the endoft last, month, i I uconsideri th it is askinglumiafor., thie money:. Bynliseirtiug. ii .m i or w:must valuable paper, you. ill oblige .L " Your ;·:·;-" r s, ~II lI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

& . . mr A- ' dec iptionr t General' Printing' executedn Fi clas Sit ,?]" ".. Jw W - " , *- -" Quick Despatch, and for. Moderatef rice, at Office of ( T i this Ne spaper. In the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low otations for a , w

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

"At thei present tune it will not be in: 'lppioprite torecall "Mothle Shiptoi's :pio p)hecy.'' The good lady 'afltmned. thaWv' ilenz Goodi Friday falls'on St: Georig' Day :id iEast r uo St MIrlk 's D:y;,tand. 'Corpus ;Christi bii'o :Stfolh ,thei Baptist's'D:iy: the ' final consumrmation Will 'irivei'a These con'" jinctioans' iti ociar in 186 i ,?% .... , :-. .

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 10 May 1884

SJapanese sdicrs carry fans. "These weapons are probably uled only.in' the hottest of the fight. An Albany belle after attending church on a. recent sablath was asked lier opinion'bf thlie'; inon. "Oh, gdod, I suppose,' she replied, " but what big feet the minister had. I was so in terested in his feet that I forgot'to-liten to the sermon." STING :- How. would ';you 'pronounce s-t-i-n-g-y ?" Professor, Stearns asked the young gentleman nearestthe foodt of the class. And tile smartlboy stood up, and said it depended a. great deal Whether the word applied;to.a man or a bee, 'A NATURALIST.-A.-nerson overheard two countrymen, who were observing a naturalist in the field cellecting insects, say. one to t another, ".Whai's thnt fellow doing, Jolhn' ?" i, Whjr ; the's a naturalist ." 'What's-that ?" " Why, one who catches gnats, to be sure I" . On THE: CHEAP.-" 'Jai'ies, iny son. take this letter to the post office; and pay the postage on it." The boy James returned highly elated, and 'sai...

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