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RESIDENTS V. VISITORS (SECOND). [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
i R1E IDENTS Y. VISITORS • Ti'hTe Jabove watch was played on thel afternoons of- Wednesday, Thursday,: and Friday. The Visitors ;: won'' : Wi he toss: and went to, the wickets; they. succeeded in making .78 rnns ::ona bow wer's wicket. N '"?Glassford wasi chief? contributor with 27;: Fanning i 'd Jord - dan did the bowling. The Residents put together 44; Stephen, whoi hbithilrd for 13, was top:. scorers. :i. raig bowled exceedingly' iv'ell; Ihe took .7 wiclets anddobtaine?the hat trick: The Visitors :. in , the' i second: innings :made, 51,`: A. Guithrie. (19).was; top s'corer; Fanning, Bridges, ;rand; Gane ot wicketi each. Thi? left:the visit6i '86 to ºin, which they .wereunable to'd , only making 23, owing 4to the splendid bowling of A. Guthri?, who 'ot 7. wi?ket's and .W. Craiig., 3 wike!ts The' match therefore'? esnlted. in .ýa " deeisive victo for he Yisitors. U 63 muis First innings. Guthrie, at Stephens, b Fanning ... .~ ... 0 G]assford, b Fanning ...: 27 Luke,.b Bridges ... ...
CANNING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
CANNING FRUIT. I am well pleased with my last year's method in canning fruit, on putting a piece ofpaper on the top of the fruit before putting oni tlie coie~.' I cit fromn ordinary writing paper round pieces that fill the inside of the jar. If any mold or, scum rises on the fruit, as it sometimes, will, the paper receives; it, and it is removed with'it., Ifglassesof jelly are set for several hours in thle sun; the jelly will be consideribly hardened:thereby.'
THE M'SWEENEY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
THEM WE:E EY CONCERT.:, The'niertas aQadvertised came off oi Frida? i and,. ,as-was anti cipated, proved to be, m every ?way, a ?reat suc:; ; hi"dief e .t great "re. ,itfr: -.: : irio'took a pronie itne l n in : ' =air. 'The` amount- rihd will r e . 'somethbi4"like; £22, cl i of `;;all -' p f rn aegl ltofok"fr gnipoirters, 'h #hati ehort of time,, every available, seat was occu pied, but still they came, and the de mand for seats being so very great, a few willing hands had to gather all the chairs available from- houses in :the vicinity,-the' occupiers. of which: willing-' . ly placed all they could at their disposal. Punctually. at 8 o'clock the Mayor took the chair and opened the proceed? ings -in a' very• appropriate speech, after; which the performies ~sere called upon in their respective turn. The pro gramme being 'lengthyj, the Chairm'an, appealed to the audienice not' to 'ie too hiad upon the singers: by enlcoriig;' \butdespite his ruling some. had ?to re appear'in answer to...
MAKING A SOW OWN HER PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
:IMAKIING A SOWOWWN HER PIGS. 'A:l'riter in the Husbandizman says that he had a' Chester White sow about ready to drop her pigs. So that day he made it his busi ness io keep a close watch of her. As soon as the first pig canm she flew at itand if it had notibeen for him!and.:a, club which he had, she would have killed it instantly ; but he got it away from her, and as fast as they i came along she' tried to:'ill themn." He maniaged to save'all but one of them 'out of eight. After she .was through he tried to get her to lie down and let.the pigs suck, but she would not have a pig in the pen. So what to do withtheri he did not knoi?i He had heard to get a- cross sow .drunk would inake her own rher. igs, but never had any faith in it, yet he resolved to try the experi ment, So he got' a pint of alcohol arid put it into fourlquarts of sour milk and stirred in one pint of' corn meal, andi turned it into her trough; she ate it and in about twenty minutes was dead drunk. He laid her out au...
AN OBDURATE PUBLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
AN OBDURATE, PUBLICAN: An old Scotch damn, rather fonid of the "'mountain dew," was one day "unco drouthie," and without funds to provide a " drappie." She thought there was a chance of getting it onicredit from a publichouse near; so, summon ing her little grand-daughter, she said, i Lassie, gang round to Donald iMcCallum and bring, me a gill., Tell him I'll pay him i' the morning." Back came the damsel with a refusal. Doniald declined to part with his whisky without cash. Eager and irritated, the old woman cast about her for some means of " raising the wind,"' and her eye fell upon ,the, family Bible. "Here, lassie, she said, "gie him this and tell. him to keep it till I bring him the silver." .:.Off went the little messenger, who so, n re-, turned however, beating, the Bible. Donald was, obdurate..." He, says' he mnun has the bawbees first, granny." With an angry, shout the old grand mother threw up her arms, and exchiiimed '! Lord, did anyone ever hear the like o' that? The. man...
TRUTH AND FICTION. (IN UNEQUAL PROPORTIONS.) THE BAD BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
TRUTH AND ;FICTION. (IN, UNEQUAL PROPORTIONS.); 'THE BAD BOY. TaE DEACoN WILL' NOT ACCEPT i.iNNZER's ,RESIONATION,' SO HE PLAYS A JOKE: AND •-GETS THE ,. 'ER.- . . " "W ell; I s?vow, here comes a .walking hospital," said the grocery man as the bad boy's shadow came in the store; followved by the boy who .looked, sick "and 'yellow; and tired, and he had lost half his flesh.! What's;. the matter withliyou? ,, Haven't got the-yel-. low fever, have yoni?" and the grocery man placed a chair where the invalid could fall into it. `No: GGethe ia ," aid the iboy; he. wiped the pespirtibon 'off his u'pper-lip and 'looked 'around the store to' see 'if there ,was anything in sight that would tak~e ,tie taste of quinine out, of. his imouth.i " iHad: too much dreamy; life: of ease.on; the farm and ,been, shaking. ever siW'e. Darn the' farim, anywaiy':. ' " What, you haven't beeli to work for the deacon any more,. have.you?' :Ithouglityou sent in your resignation," and the grocery man offered the ...
DIDN'T WANT TO BE SEEN TOGETHER [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
DIDN'T WANT TO BE SEEN TOGETHER A prominent Austin lawyer, in going to his place of business, overtook a: neighbor who. is" a celebrated doctor. 'After walking. some dis tance'togetiier, the lawyer said: - ' ' "I don't think we two ought to be seen to-. gether." " Why not?" . ... .. " Well, you see, we being 'together 'will re mind the people of that robber who was ar rested." "Why, how so?" *- - "When the people see a lawyer and. a doctor: together it looks like 'a demand==' Your money or your life !'" .
A TALE OF THE PRESSGANG. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
A TALE OF TE PRESSGANG. i About one hundred years ago; "when' George the Third was king," England stood -alone against the world. On the one hand she was fighting with America, then strug gling for independenice; and on the other hand with France, Spain, and Holland; while Russia, Sweden, and Denmark had formed an armed neutrality secretly hostile to her. .In. such an. emergency,: special;ef fort was necessary to sustain the marine service. The volunteer supply..failed to. meet the demand for able-bodied seaman, and impressment had to be resorted to., ,At? ordinary times, men of certain callings were' exempt from. seizure; . but,.at,_a.,time...like,, this, almost any nian, if strong in body ,and mind, was liable to be seized "l?y the press-= :gang, and forced to serven.in His Majesty's ships of war.' SDuring this lieriod,ý-Elias.John'Evesoi,.?a stout Yorkshire lad of ,eighteen years, then studying'l'?w i'i?ondlon, was,, one evening strolling'through>:that:part :'f the city?be' tw...
A COMBINED EFFORT TO DESTROY MOTH PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
A ,COMBIuNED ,EFFORT TO DESTROY MOTH ;PESTS. - SI find.a decided interest manifested by fruit:growers to~ dibi~be next year'i i de stroying the moth. Last year there was a. stubborn indifference.: Iam in-hopes all will nowtake, hold with a will and use the best remedies.known to exterminate the pest, and work together, not'each'ni'an to be stubborn and 'try his or her own special remedy. I would advise everyone. to attend the State Horticultural Convention that meets in San Francisco on the 20th, 21st and 22nd of No vemlier. There they 'ca?'get 'the experience and hear the comments on the propriety of using any and' all remedies known and the results, of such treatment. ; By doingso they can save both time and money. Now I advise the fruit-growers, one and all, to go down on the 20th; for if we intend to suc ceed we must beup and doing; we have too 'great an. interest at stake. I, for one, am well satisfied:with my first year's experience with 'the' moth.' I heard aboutthe barrels a...
A MUSEUM CHINAMAN INVESTIGATED BY A REAL CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
A MUSEUM CHINAMAN INVESTIGATED ,BY A REAL CHINAMAN. Moy Po, a bright-faced, intelligent China man, living in Philadelphia, strolled into the Dime Museum for an hour's enjoyment. After taking~a long look at the wonderful stomach of the fat boy, lie approached the elevated platform on which sat Che Mah, the Chinese dwarf. Che Mah did not exhibit any extraordinary emotion. at the sight of his countryman. lie dd not, as several spectators thought he would, shriek out a Chinese welcome, or leap from the stage in an ecstacy of delight. "Talk to him, John," said a bystander, nudging the Chinaman in the ribs. " Ask him why he didn't go into the laundry business." Che Mali appeared somewhat uneasy, as the laundryman stepped forward and looked him in the eye. " How do?" queried the dwarf, with ra miniature smi e. .'Doocy so chang lung," replied the visitor. " You Canton Chiinaman?" asked Che Malh, evidently ill at ease. * "Yes, me Canton Chinaman; ,you Canton?" : asked the laundryman. "r Me N...
Agricultural, & c. THE CAULIFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
- , THE CAULIFLOWER. S.No yegetab!e will give more profit to the market gardener than the cauliflower, if he give to it plenty of' water, fertiliser aiid work: There are French, Gerinan aiid Italiai varieties. The last has with:meproved the surest to! head, and weighs sometimes six teenh pinds. The 'grounid fdr ithis: pant must 'hevery rich :They thri·ve best in rich sandy soil. The late Italian varieties should :be plauted: from. April till July;. the early ones from June till the,end of August " The French and?lerman can be sown from :Aigit ? Octob:er;for sprinig crop, butiif the heat sets' in soon and -is too dry: they •will,be:: e:ia failure.,: The , most ,successful gardeners, in raising cauliflower, plants, sow the seeds thinly fin seedl beds, and wirter `the planti`thli:e tieib a day, never all'iriig' the bedi to 'get dry:' from -thesowing: till the plants:getbig enough to itransplant.:,:There is no. danger in, doing this of sciil' ing .the plants, as manl.vouid sup'pose, lbu...
VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. Mr and Mrs D. E. M'Kellar and family [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
.4 ` r) and 1: hs D,: E. ` .-? , flard.,i i : y. .; : ;. J , L t. , A James IM'Culch D: Watson n " . "Sliden ,rr W. J. Clarke. . LiCla rke didfilv Rev. and Mrs C J .Gooadbyand family , o ¢d i .... ., "., M÷r andM?fSP O'Brien : - Z , evenboom ,,- H . CTingcombe T ; TN. :Fitzger. HYi , loughb Mi s Garton, s x Templeton 'manson (2),,, Ifesas AF Tobin J. Pn Tennent H N ~E? Hilus,;C Barrett C. Molison,A. " Mollison+k .Mollison, G F. Brind, t .. C. T. Fleming. 0 G. Cove, A,.M.,Dev tin, JAA.:MLDonald, John Thomson, -3rind) 'Geo.: Lush, J. De Saxe;. H, -Hertz, S.. G. ,Piraui, A. Harris, A. .Thoinpson H. Moore, G. Cumming W. ,X ' Johnston,°'. H. Johnston, T. . Anthony,-Jun. BuckinghcLm.J. howe, Trantem, Dev-lin,. Cve,m Seholich, Affleck
A LITTLE BOY. 2 THE HEDITAW. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
A LITTLE BOY. 2 THE HEDITAW. Sun,-I 4got 2 tell U Tvat I 0 2 av On at 1st, r I shall never 4give U if UC any spellin ,ong in ml. lett'rs W don't korekt me, 4 I du seir 8 bad ;spel,,? ? !; n't : I d? . - 1 i:?? :. r sed 'nyr riting was w asnm persons ikall asort&. I didn't Ca ny short& in it: but Fimust tellg I UIthe notose 4, told U b4, I0av ' l)denyto d par from mi sn jekt;wen I ont etik cle 2 i t r .' We R alike in this respJt. Butt2 m.imi tale: I went 2 thse k:onert in .e Fores.? tersi y M A'on Freiday nichtE o. --1I me l; dueiseien jo ?wat' good, ?I ,gladd : ea? the' singe i h ?n up'2 mi ipectdsi' n?s I dair not mein 2 flatter I~ Isay?t?is,;, it is fiommyart. b.I ny. me.I' not'.`.2 2s4' Ooaond:Im ?ept - a sing'r as those who were duin it on Friday nicht. I do sew enjoy the cum pany of singers, R U l? I no.U R 1, if U A not U O 2 b 1. But Iwander bi4t mi tale, and I a such news *2 tell U- O'e ar kums mi big sist'r with er bow sew I'll av 2 clere out of thys, rodm ...
The Sentinel. TUESDAY, 29TH JANUARY, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
'TUESDAY, 29TH JANUARY1 88, r '-;-:NEWSSAND NOTES:' Vt Tis-i'morning's 'paper is not a very t ty;;ibut:n-- Saturday he -Seu tinel will be the same size as it was hist Satirday, the Tuesday's edition -being sniiply an extraordinary of Satur day's,: paper, and published so that we can give our readers an account of local events which occur in-the beginning of the week.; Shortly. e' ei?pect to com plete arrangements so as, o be able to give our subscribers a good four-page paper of reading matter, and iio dinimmy advertisemeits. On account of the weathertih pre sent season for visitors!to .the Cli'flias not been'so brisk asof late ?ears. At the ini'itation -of Sir ,W J. Clarke, the Masons belonging to Cos mopolitan Lodge enjoyed a trip in the Janet yesterday.. It was rumoured that there was a special detective on the Cliff- engaged in- seeking for the Geelonigmurderer but the rumour was incorrect." Up toi the hour of going to press the murderer was: still at large. . -' lfr Thomas S. G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 January 1884
BAILLTEU BHOTEL. lion. FratiiAs Ormond his Honor' Judge Quinlan ' • .rind Mrs M.: H i England and fatmily Elder Osborne Wright. SMarti.. ,, ~Predergast Fiitzgerild ii, Cameron , Mr and M'rs Jahieson S, Knox ,, ? ME voy Prs Harvey and Mrs Stono ' SMisses ?Nooll'; Harvey,: Ormond (2), Robb, , Lewers, Wright, Stone. e Sv. S. Green; and Messrs Paterson, Noal, Goodall '(2); Brissihden; 'Rob, Quinlan, Ihighett, Barham, Robertson, fobd Davidsonl '3'Donald, M'Lenn (2), ..Fitzgerald,, Henderson, Capt; ati'kes,~j ad Perry: ESPLANADE HOTEL. Mr and Mrs Herb'ert Poiver, i,?nilyr and servants ' Cipitain and Mr? Russell and fauily rlndi M 3rslMalcohn , , Dohn-ildson, ., Dr and MTrs Jam? cs. Mrs Duffett . .. Anthones ..: . S R. Anderson nurse, and child , .Anderson " Col-Hutchins ' ,, Cooper , . . Mr alid Mrs H aiigh Feunings SB. Shcpherdson Samuel MIrs andifiss Baiumed Misses DuIlett, Willis, Fennings, Horsfal?l (2), W 'pon, Wd1Yal ce, Robinson Lloyd; Donaldson, -Gibson NcsIrs W. J. Cr'aig, juii ,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 February 1884
Trade; Notices` ISS WILSON'S F :NCY IREPOSITORY, Hesse streetQt;ienseliff. Miss Wilson dea?ies to 1brinig under the notice of the public? hei NEr , ST.Oct of: F cGci ooDso, ,C gspecially selected for the sunmerl seansl comprising S. Material.for Ladiies' Needlewoi : 'Plaiiand Fancy Stationery, . 1ran sfer ?Papers, Perfuniery, Miiateria1is for Poonalih Paiutin anid S a cia.i .Lace Work. Albums, Toys Scraps:an;l Scrap Books Novels; Jouriils; Gift.Books,. 'School Requisites, Ladies' Underclothing, &c:, &c A CALL RESPECTFULLt SOLICITED. 1RADT.: .UL . COM ,FORTIN . " By a thoioui kniiwledge of the iatural" las whcli govern . the operation of digestion anld un trition, and by a carefiul applicatioin of the fluee properties oir ell selected Cocoa, Mi: Eipps h-as ,opr vided our breakfast tables with a Sdelicately flavoured be erage which mayl save us many heayy doctors'. bills. :.It is; by the judicious use of - : bsuch rticles of diet, that a consti tutionr may be -graduall...
POST OFFICE, QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 February 1884
POST OFFICE, QUEENSCLIFF. Outward Mails close at 6.30 a.m. and 4.40 p.m. The letter pillars in King street and Hesse street are ;cleared at 6 a.m and. 4: p.m. On English Mail day th pillars are also cleared half ti hour be-e fore Mail is closed it the PostOffice. - Money: orders issued andipaidý from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Savings' Bank open fromn 10 a.m. to; 3p.m. daily; and on Saturdays till 8 p.m. iInward Mails are due at 9.50 a.m. and 7.50 p.m. A citizen and stranger were riding along Beacon street the other day at low tide, when :the latter's olfactory nerves were assailed by' the odor peculiar toe this district. Not, exactly eau de Cologne,.remarked the .stranger. Oh1, no, replied the? citizen, .with French accent, O--dor Boston. We are nothing if not original. 'Mr Tralala (to barber after enjoying a hair cut and ,his first' shave and receiveing his check) ; I think 'you have made a mistake. Isn't a shave twenty cents ?. Barber (deprecatingly)-c . Really, I couldn't ;think of charg...
INCAUTIOUS ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 February 1884
-INCAUTIOUS ADVICE. ": You certainly playvery-well," said the music teacher, encouragingly, " but you have not had good instruction.i :If you will proinise to, practise four hours daily: I will 'imake an artiste of you in two years,. and. only charge you my regular rates. By the :way, where do you live?" " Right next door; just got board there." "Oh! ah ! yes-I forgot to say that your fingering is bad, and it is now too late to' correct it. Take my advice and give up music-altogether." Don't die in the house.--" Rough on Rats," clears out rats, mice, beetles, roaches, bed-bugs, flies, ants, insects. moles, jack-rabbits, gophers. Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, General Agents. Skinny men-'"' Wells' health renewer" restores health' hnd vigor, cures dyspesia, impotence,, debility. Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, Genetal Agents. Wells' "rough on . corns."-Ask for Wells' " rough on corns."- Quick relief , complete permanent cure. Corns, warts bunioiis. Moses, Moss & Co., Sy...
IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 February 1884
IN MEMORIAM. . We regret to record the deatlh of a Ioung lady,. Miss Risiby, who during hci residence in-: our eonimunlnity"-has shown a quiet rexample of good works, especially in the'chcir and in theSiiun day s.chool of St. Geoige's Church. Her cheerful disposition:and wivillingness to oblig n cde her a great favourite w here?e ?he was knowni: G:reat: rne pIss, aw a an4i ate i missed ibut-dmltti wor ie y thei 'tunsc1lfihness ind 1itt1l deeds of Aiidness, help in their own wvy to ke the world' happier and bettei to live in.