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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
Sunday Corner. ' Whatsoever.Thinigs are Lovely.' We become triuly beautiful just in the measure that we become like God. Human holiness is not always beautiful. There are men who are good but not lovely. They have qualities that repel others. But true holiness is attractive. We ought to make our religion so beau tiful that all who look upon us shall be drawn to our Master. We do dishonor to - Christ when we profess jtp be his people, and yet show in our character, disposition, and life things that are unlike Christ. .How will men of the world know what true religion is if you and I do not show them its beauty .in our liyes?: We should seek not onlyvwhatsoever things are just and trud and honest, but also whatsoever things ara lovely;
RAIN TO ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
RAIN TO ORDER. An interesting rain-making' experi. ment is reported from North Otago N. Z., where there has been a lh.bg drought. The places chosen wern Raki's Table, 1,050ft. above the sea. level, and Totard, 500ft. above the sea. In the first atack on the skies 40 pound of dynamite and 25 pounds of powder .ere used. No immediate' effects were observed, but a slight shower fell at a place a little disf tance away. Further explosions withi larger charges followed, the strong est being produced by 501b. of gunt cotton and 101b, of dynamite. These were followed by wide-spread and heavy rains,. which continued for two days.
One-Man Hydrant Race. First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
One-Man Hydrant' Race. - First Round. .. V. Keath and M. Miller, dead heat Mouchemore beat Pollock. Jurgens beat Shapter. Williamson beat H. Thomson, -:: Tyack beat Banks. . Harrison beat Gaylor Scisson and F, Thdmson missed, Second Round. Miller beat KIeath. Mouchemore beat Williamson. Holden beat Harrison. Tyack beat-Jirgens, Semi-Final. Miller beat Mouchemore, Tyack beat Holden. et l. Tyack beat Miller, • " -: • -. " ."".. .: .: . .- '
HOW DESERTS ARE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
HOW DLEERTS ARE FORM]ED. There is a popular idea that deserts like the Sahara are the bottoms pf ancient seas which have .been lifted above their original elevation by geological forces. This notion is an erroneolus one. It is absolutely cer tain, high authorities contend, that the sands of all the great deserts have been formed on the spot by the disintegration.. of the solid rocks on which they rest. Desert sands cor resp;ond in all? respects, so far as their mode of origin is concerned, to the dust and sand t~at accumulates on our high roads in summer. All deserts are situated where the winds romc the eceean, before reaching themn are exhausted- c' -their moisture by pnssimg over merntains o. across ex tensiv~e ·Ftrae at- land.
Four-men Marshall. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
Four-men Marshall. Banks EBolIockt Tyack . Thomson 4?45 sec., Shapter, V. Keath, Mil~: ler, Mouchemore .. 102-5 secs, Holden, Harrison, Scis son, G. Keatli ... ... -114-5 ses, P. Coltish, Williamson, Jurgens; Gaylor,. ... 16 secs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
- . ·-.: - Tuesday, 30th June,- 191i. In the Rooms, Little Malop Street, GEELONG, ,at 2.30 p.m. STRACHAN, MURRAY & ISHANNON Pty. Ltd. & .H. BLOMFIELD BROWN & Co. (in conjunctioni) have been instructed by the Truntees of St. Mary's Hospital to sell That Very Valuable Corner SBlock of .an.d* Situated at the corner of Hobson and Mercer streets, QUEENSCLIFF. Area 165 feet by 132 feet. Liberal terms will be given if required. For all particulars of title apply to Messrs Willan-& Colles, Solicitors,A.M.P. Chambers, MELBOURNE. TUESDAY, JUNE 30.. In the Rooms, Little Malop Street, -G~.LONG, A?t 2.30 p.m. Sale of Queensolif Land. 0 LOMFIELD BROWN. & CO., . instructed by Geo. Admans, Esq., will Sell by AKctidxi, . . BLOCKI of LAND- in Mercer street, Queenscliff, having a frontage of e80 ft or thereabouts by a depth of 165 ft. The land-is in good position and should command a ready piurchaser. 2Wanicip~al. B OROUGH O QUENSCLIFFE. TENDERS, Tenders are inv...
Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
Fit'e Brigade. On Wednesday night last thri events, which had created iiiterest., amongst members (old and new), were contested at the practice ro-uoi viz.-Two-menMarshall; Four-me. Marshall and One-man Hydrant race. Prizes had been donated for each event. Th6 results were as follows: Two-men Marshall. Less H'cap. H'cap. Shapter and Millar, 22-5 .;.. 12 3-5 Coltish and G. Keath, scr. ... 13 sees Harrison and Holden, scr ..; 13 sees Thomson and Scisson, scr ... 13 4-5, Pollock and Williamson, 2 4-5 24 1-51: Gaylor and V. Keathi, missed. Jurgens and Mouchemore, missed.: .: Banks and Tyack, disqualified.
SOLD ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
SOLD ONCE MCSiR. heTe Inlt; beautiful room ina large hotel; One of them was pale loas a ghost, the other blushed red as ia cherry. SPreeently they cane together, and hithough many pairs of eyes were " watching them, they kissed. They seemed perfect!y happy, but I??oly for a few short seconds. A big im?ups waggsered toward? them. His face worke . detcr'inned frown. Raising the stick he carried he •truMk one sharp blow. Oh, the pale oneD was sent spinnicg away. There was mo cryin~; no grief at lbe parting. SNobody fainted., Nothing happeed., You nsee billiard ball are used to that . id of thing,
POINT LONSDALE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
POINT LONSDALE. ..· (From Our Correspondent.) • - ~Thursday.. The hall committee met ilayt Wednesnay ningt to consider tenders for the lining of the hall, but for various reasons the coni tract was not let, and fresh tenders are to be called for. The. com mittee was desirous that the job should be:given to. local tradesmen, but their seems to be no scarcity of work for carpenters at 'present, as only one local tender was put in. The Tennis Club has been sue cessful in its application for per missive occupancy of a piece' of land near the Point, and the con struction of the courts is to be pro ceeded with almost imme diately. .. Some interest is being. Shown in' the approaching visit of councillors to the Point on the evening of June 30in connection with the Electric Lighting question." The Progress Association, which has arranged for the viSit, wilLhold:.,its -meeting 'at.an earlier hour than usual, so thgt the evening will. be left free for a thorough discussion of the 'burning' . ...
SOME PLEASANT TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
SOW?E PLEASANT TAfTTLEW "Some men'," says & writer in- a &ome journal,, in disclosing 'tricks' of bhe! furnishing trade,. 'can' take new furniture and' make it look as if it was made a century age.' But there Is nothing remarkable in this. An' intelligent rchild . can- do: the same. "I believe,." says Mr. Willinm Poel, "that in. 300 years Mr. Bernard Shaw's writings will still interest people." Mr. Shaw himself, however regards Mr.- Poel's estimate as an absurdly moderate one. "All a woman asks is to be loved'," says a poet. Then all those tales about her wanting new frocks,, motor ears, and unlimited jewellery.\are a vile slander. "Take away woman," says an ar ient "votes-for-women" supporter in one of the dailies, "and what would follow 7" Why, man, of course. An Irish M.P. is well remembered . 'for his first and only oratorical ef fort in the House. On rising, he de elared with. due solemnity. "Mr. Speaker, I cannot sit still here and keep silent without rising an...
THE KITCHEN GARDEN. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
THE KITCHEN GARDEN, - 8 JUNE. If it is intended to grow Cucumbers~, Tomatoes, and other tender plants in frames, a small hotbed may-be made on which to- raise the plants, and stable manure obtained, and frequently turned till it is fit to make into a large bed for that purpose. Maintain the supply or Cabbages and C-aulflowers by I!equent transplanting. Thin the young plants of Spinach to a foot apart. The following may be sown or or planted during the month: Asparages Roots Horse.Radish, sets Beans, Broad-, Peas Carrot Rhubarb Roots Corn Salad Radish Garlic Shallots Leek - Sea Kale Lettuce Spinach Mustard & Cress Turnip Onioh ( Green fodder for Cattl--Barley '-ares, Oats,. etc.
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
VARIETIES. '9he Greeks had oats B.C. 200, but used them only as food for their horses. Uanada is ast Indian Word, meaning "collection of huts." The cockroaeh is very fond of the blacking on boots, and devours it with infinite gusto. The ilnhabitants of the United States consume more than half the quinine pro duced in tlhe world. Wasps are the most inveterate enemies of flies. Reaumur says he has known one wasp to kill-nearly a thousand flies a dsy. When a dentist in China is ptehing a tooth for a patron, an assislant hammers on a gong, to drown the cries of the victim. The bug is not the bloodthirsty glutton some people imagine. On the oontrary its sobriety is remarn-able, ,nd it lha been known to live for a year or more without food. SThe cheese mite is more tenacious in life than any other insect. Leuwenhoech glued-one to a pin in order to make a microscopical examination, and in this situation it lived eleven weeks. An easy way to take a pill is to place it under the tongue and t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
A NURSE FOR 20 YEAR 8 NURSE EVANS of Tasmania and Victoria, S writes her opinion of SLL NERT CTS 49 Provost Street.. Nth, Melb., 1814/12; CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nuIning for twenty years in- Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. WhLen patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient° Sorie I have nursed have been so ill I never could. have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic woi!ld quickly restore them t~o iheaith'. What I am writing is iounded on ex pcrience that amongst all is first.. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine tEGt will restore the sick to [a ILb. (i~z-?,) NURSE EVANSf' Alrays keLpc this Medicine on hand and you will keep healthy. If you ret i~ YOU GET !IEAL:T'H AND R~ELIlF FROM LOSS OF SLEEP, WEAKNIESS AFTER ILL.NESS CONS'TIPATION, INDIG ESTION, POOR APPETIT., WEAK NERVES, and BILIOUSNESS, All SEORES and CHEMISTS SELL IT. Public Notice SOME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medic...
RHUBARB. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
RH UB.ARB.... Rhubarb comes in very opportune ly between the stored winter fruits and the fresh fruits of summer. But, just because it is so useful, it is apt to be abused ; one gets too much of it in some form or another, generally tarts or pudding for dinner and stew for other meals, it appears on the table every day; while, from a mistaken idea of its exceeding wholesomeness, it is almost forced on children and others who do not care for it, and to whom it is un wholesome. As a matter of fact, rhubarb is not good for everybody on account of the acid it contains, which is generally oxalic, very differ ent to the mild malic acid of the ap ple or gooseberry. It should never be touched by gouty persons,, and those who are delicate in anS way should partake of it in moderation. 'On the other hand, however, strong and healthy people may eat as much of it as they care for, and it will be very benefi cial to them, acting as a blood puri fier in the same way as other vege tables and fresh...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, June 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
BOROUGHGOUNGIL. Tuesday, June 9th. Present-Ct Dewar , (mayor), Arkiis,' Klug, Patching, :Thomp son, Thwaites -. The minutes were read and con-. firmed. The correspondence included the following itens: Arbor Day celebrations will 'take place at Pt Lonsdale schooli on the morning of June 26th, and Mr ILavery head teacher and. Mr. W. Lawrence, hon. sec. of the school committee, conjointly , invited councillors to address the children in. connection with the function. Councillors were also invited to the picnic in the afternoon.-On the motion of Crs Klug and Patching, the invitation. was accepted, as many as can to.attend. From John Windmill, Geelong, in'timating that two trucks of •bluestone would be forwarded each alternate day. A donation L1 is .was agreed upon, on the motion of Crs. Patch ing and Thwaites, for the--Blind Institution. It was- decided -to request the district representatives in Parlia ment to use their endeavors to pre vent dredging in rivers and streams in the State,...
LIME AND CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
LIME AND CLOVER. In this abundance of talk on the use of lime on land, it is well for us to establish certain well known prin ciples in our mind-to start with. 1. That we should not. use burned or quick lime, unless thoroughly air .slacked, because of its caustic pro perty whereby it eats up the humus ·or vegetable matter in the soil, thus robbing it of its best nitrogen holder. 2. That our main oobject should be to use lime in order that we may in crease the capacity of our land to grow clover or .alalfalfa. On these two points we must de pend for a proper rotation, for through them we increase the nitro gen in the soil. Once get our land to producing abundant and sure crops of clover or lucerne, then we have the key, with proper management, to further enrichment of the larnd. Hence we should use ground limestone first of all for the purpose of growing clover or lucerne. If we keep these principles and objects in mini we will be sure not to go wrong. It used to be said: "Everything...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
Personal. I The many friends of Mr Arthur Percy Whittle, of Dandenong Rd, Malvern, will regret to hear of his death, at the Alfred Hospital, after a brief, illness. " Arthur had resided in Queensciff for many years and had become. very popular.. The interment took place at the Spring Vale Cemetery, at which there was a large attendance. Deceased was in his 19th year. Sympathy is ex pressed for the bereaved family. The cortege was headed by-mem bers of the Champion cadetteam, of which Cadet Whittle was a prominent member, and by the company's bugle band. The offi cers in charge of the parade were Capt. Knox Knight, Capt. Wil liams, and Lieut. Smith. Mrs Umphelby, widow of the late Lieut-Col. Umphelby, who was killed in .the South African war, died at Potts.-Point, Sydney, on Saturday .:last. Mrs .Umphelby resided i Qu:: eenscliff during the time the Colonel was commanding. officer here. The death is reported of Captain John Hanby, at .?athalia,. Old re sidents will remember Captain H...
VALUE OF RIPE APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
VALIUE OF RIPE APPLES. The old idea that apples wvere the favourite fruit of the gods is a plau-' sible theory. The freshness of youth was ever possessed by those who made apples their principal diet. Cer tain it is that there is no food so valuable. Apples nourish the hbrain and spinal cord. They cont.in phos phorus, albumen, sugar, gum, chloro phyll, malic acid, gallic acid, vege table fibre and water. They enre gout and rheumatic disorder, and ex ercise a beneficent infuence on thd liver and stomach. Ripe apples, and bread as a diet will do more to re store health than drugs.-"Family Doctor." "I wentunder an operation yester d·ay." . . "You surprise me. Was it ser.ious?"'f' "I had a growth removed from my head. "My goodness. ! And here you are about, aid looking:Yreally well." "Oh, don't fret, old' sport. I only,: ? had my hair cut." To Soften Boots and Shoes.---Bots and shoes which have been hardened by water shonld he rumhbek with kero sene, and they will be as pliaIe as new, ....
Geelong Infectious Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
Geelong Infectious HospitaJl "The .pkeep of the Infectious Hospital at Geelong is likely to p;rove far more expensive to the neighboring councils than at first premised. This. was. commented upon at last week's meeting of the Queenscliff council, when a re quest was received from the secre tary of the institution" for a sum of £5 as the council's proportion for repairs and painting the building. Cr Klug regarded the conditions of claim upon the borough as octopus-like--that there .. would, apparently, be no limit to the hos pital claims, especially if an .epi demic brok`e out. The counicil. had paid its ratio as at first arranged, which should be suficieet. Another communication, from the Geelong City Council, stated. that an emergencytent had been .erected at the infectious ward for £115, .and-requested the Q'ueenseliff council to forward its proportion of the cost, which is £3 12s 6d. It was -,esolved, on the motion of Crs T?hwaites aiid Klug that the latter stim be paid, the £5 c...
Girls' Club. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1914
Girls' Club. The following were the officers appointed at the recent annual meeting: Presidint, Mrs Otway. Vice President, Mrs Laidlay. Secretary, Mr Pollock. Committee, Mrs - allilieu, Mrs GrefiNI1, Mr Guy. Instructor, Mr Grenfell. Piauiste, Miss Banks,