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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

Sorentoand I Po'tsea District and Bellarineshire Advertiser, JC1 TI TORIAN R AILWAY,8' DISCONTINUANCE OF TRAINS On and' afer Monday, 4th May, thetrain now leaving Queenscliff at 12 noon for Gedloug. and the tralit now leaving Geeleng at 1.45 p.m., wiill 'be discontinued. On and after Snatnrday;"9th May,' the train now leaving Qucenseliff at S p.m. for Geelong and Geelong for Qdeenscliff at 9.15 p.m. on Saturdays will' be discontinued. - By older of the Commissioners; P. P. LABEIRTOUCHE, Secretary for. Hailways. ' V Apply Victoria Hotel. L OST. a. Brown Silk Umbrclla, left on l Doctor's Jetty. RBeward Mrs Scorer's. Qucenseliff.. Q UEENSCLIFF GAS- AND COKE - :i Company. ? The-public:are inforimed:that COKE ,and TAR is" onr.ile;atttherabore wtrks.W.,d-l,. s, . li "ul ' .Ii .U ? MMOW, :Manger.,.;~ - : n :! J'i ' h,:88-. : ;,FOOT IALr H. HENLEY antd CO. 'hae jst r ,ceived,,afulL. assortment :of FOOTBALL. UNIFORMS, which they; " ill shlibw 'i Saturday,)ilth instant, and hope by, selling t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

I NEWS AND NOTES:; ': `Atdeputation,consisting~of Councilloirs Arkins, Baillieu; and Rankin ;with i?ii town clerk, waited upon the Ministryon Motday last in. reference :to , various local requirements. They first interviewed the Postmaster General, and poinited out 'the immediate necessity of. providing a Post and Tele graph office in a more suitable position. A site was offeied on the municipal reserve in Hesse street;for the.purpose. Mr ;Cuthbert promised to consider the nias'er favorably,but would have nothing to;do with the municipal buildings. The deputation next proceeded to: the office of the , Attorney-General, Mr Kerferd, with. the view` of obtaining assistance towards the erection of° a courthouse in' connection with municipal buildings-said buildings to be erected on the municipal reserve. : Mr Kerferd said: he thought £1000 might be set apart for the purpose in lieu of 'rent paid at present, blit this was the nmoist that could be done. He advised rthe council to' prepare...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, MAY, 2, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

" SATURDAY, ýMAY 2,1885: CA,.OMMITTEE. meeting of the Sports Cihbj was held on Wednesday night at the council chambers:. Present-The president (Mr -Arkins), Messrs Cottier, Iiiduni, Haynes, Hodge, Jamieson, Jordan, Rankin,.Simpkin, J. Williams, and A. :HH. Williams, secretary. An. application was read from the tennis players, in reference to fee for playing during winter months. It was decided that quarterly tickets be issued for 3 months, at 5s,6d, and tickets for one month at 2s 6d, the latter for the con veiiience of. visitors. Players find their own, dtennis balls, as. the latter had proved a heavy cost to the club during the past season. The above rate of sube?ciption only applies to the winter miioiiths. It was 'itated that although,` the tennis . as a means of.. affording amusement to visitors and residents. had answered: the purpose, yet it had.notl irbvedl financially as successful as it was thought it would be, owing to the ex pense of material and working it. Next season-...

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About Ships. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

About Ships. It is extremely probable that European, troubles may also involve us. Should such aa. event occur, our war ships would have tot'be manned by landsmen. A little explanajon on marine matters will therefore ea gre.at service?to those& wh6se lives' hi'e ;hithettor been passed in non-'eafaring?pursuits. i: Shipsi are of -various kinds The Royal Yacht may be called a cburt-ship. An iron clad is'a hard-ship. To board a ship is not to victual her. . A ship's berth is not made when she is lying-in dock, nor is this the place where persons are " cribbed, cabined, and confined." The hatchway is not where the eggs are kept,iniri"i baointiredin the ham-mocks. SA. ship's, stays$ are not to' prevent much vwaste.. -The Sunday sermon iwnot:always,'a~deck oration To. pipe all hands is.not;in order to let them smoke. ' :The~e 'is n6'cohnnition'beetween a ship's` way and her tons - riden.: It-is notithe tiller that ploughsýthe waves,snor is her;log, made: of blogwood ~ 1. ... s,.;....

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Particular to a Hair. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

t 1 ra iti u1a `to a Hair`' '` The old nursery ' rhyme, "Peter, Peter; pumpkin eater, had a wife°'and'' couldn't keep her, ,'is liable to lhave another illustra': tion in this ;ity.. :Peter-we won; t mentioi. his other.name--found a hair. in what, pur ported to be thie butter. on his dinner table not ,long since, and imade'soime feeling re: marks about'the'ektravagaic:eofo his better; half, which, harrowed !up her soul,. andy she said leiwas another. le then aiointed6 her head withl thee butter, saying:. If, you are- so fond of: buttered hair, t~ke`' that."' Womanlikme, ýshe would havre iforgiven 'this,L but whenlhe eniptied a; bucket of slolps over her, it was too much, and she said if he ever. did-so ~gain ihe .wouldd go home toiher mother.- `"Pete's `little spree stood him in two pounhdsand'costs?, Ainan with ýsuch` a good old and apostolicmame aes Peter should. make. it a.poinito :govern his, temper and not allow a insignificant thifng like a hair; inthe butter to thriw hib'i of...

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Honey and Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

:.a -n~Honey and -Milk: ·,i e?ell: hasino ;fury:like a trodden corn ' Remarp k by aný elderly gentleman; who was viewing a procession not longago ? r... A t he'. Easter encampment the men were particularly reminded' of Mark Twain's 'say" irig ;abonut water ito drink.: i',dIt would be very; good, indeed,if we ýhad' some clean water to wash it in." At Silverton the society is not, stridtly speaking, of a refined character. 'The politest expression, and?:one frequently in 'use,: is :''Stick a-, kife in: yer side,:and see ,if yer alive. EFashion item Bustles appear to be going oiut F'Frther out. Pillow casesare cheapen-i ingm. This'is a market item s o;. :s i •!.The ballet girls call the elderly;gentlemen; in thestalls the ' stare", sex.?. ", Pressreporters, wlien minterviewing G A Skal4always'.tll'udeý to him as " ourribrotlier journalihst, He speaks of them. as the biotbeho dof jurnailism..

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Nixy Soap. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

j Berlin physician says ,that eating a small pidce of soap at stated int'ervals is"' betteri remedy for dyspepsiaaind' sour `.sto?in ;aclrthan- soda , lime water; n or. magnesia.; This remedymay be a great ,help?to,;dys-, pepties whose stomachs feel as though some thing ihad crawed into them,and died, but excuse usi' JOncewhelin aboy wethought it?w.ouldibe'cunning to 'put a lpieceof soap: into, the pandake- batter,; but. later'rwe saw ourmlistake ,O0ar mother's shiarp-eyes dis covered that "the pancakes looked sort of sallow and, wormy;, and afteri investigating ,thenmatter;; she made us-eat everyvsingle one tof, them... They;,were .not first class, sand somehow .the taste of that infernalsoap still ingers.''" It has stuckl to us thronugl thick ['andithin'ias'though ?t enjoyed' our soomety, Sand althoughl;we have devouredicinnainoln. bark1 andbother=,disinfectants by the tpound,? iit has no eff ctuponthep i soap. pfNo sir, of the two evils we choose the lesser; nixy • oap in ours ; ...

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Football Tit-Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

, . .;F.ootball i Tit-Bits: i ,Although.o ve do not :make' pcetentions to be ,tanked as ,i sporting.journal, leaving that ihonor to our, contemporary, that: has bhen 'well'l called the kink .of imperfection, yet'.we?do ntii~ee aiything'ugiiihst dar con iceding toIthiwishes offinime'ous 'cbirespon dents who ask to i.be ;advisedri on' football matters. ; i: . Fairst, then, tl e game, as its name suggests, is playediby'kickinug the ball withi thl foot, but,this proceeding is not absolitely neces sary in the Vidtorian g'gnie:.' !i - When '?.ick of: is giyevn you niust not be inisled by the sound, which is. really. a signal to" kick on." i The "'free-kick" consists :ii rushing into a coatestingroro'wd and letting your ,toe come into contaotwith,the shinis of;all your, opponents wiithin two. yards; of ;:you,; this proceeding will add a good deal of variety to the, game, and 'perhaps advince thenterests of"your, side. After fou: have' iniduled in twoor three:free-kicks you willi probably f...

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A Mistinkered Clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

A Mistinkered Clock. I have always clung affectionately to the theory that no poor man should ever hire anylbody else to d'"wha£he himself can do aboutjhis premises. I am opposed to hiring anymonp to.eat: up~the substanbce of a iard working individual,' like:in editor, hence I don't allow any loafer to chop wobd forihis breakfast at my place. Th otheriday atramp called at my house twitl-a kit of tinkering instruments, and dis played a burning desire to heal the ec centricities of our clock, which never could be satisfied unless it was from four minutes to three days slow. I was at first disposed to let him give it two or three experimental "ti5ki~:1but" ?li"enhei if?rfed "imei tliflii -time;wyas ,very tvaluable and the wear and tear of his braih very evere in the perform= ance ofEsuch,-offices efhuman benefactionr I c -iicluded 'todo the jopbmyself. ?.., . +.; 1 .That talternon I went down town and paid £2 to ' haridiware 'ian for the neces=' sary labor-saving!makhinery.,? ;,;felt t...

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A Little Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

A Little Dispute. When the Rock Island train from the West pulled in at the depot one morning, three men helped a young fellow out"of a sltper and carried him fitoý'the .ittirg l Crazy;j." safd an oald apple -woman who saw Whim.` t; "Not ~crzy hairs his head, madam," reqlied one ofthe attendants. "J. tpa-ra lyisel; th'at' 1all." " ` =` By this time quite a crowd had assembled, all looking at the reclining figure and won dering what was the matter with him. To relieve the curiosity of the bystanders, and at the same time to deliver the speech which she~hadbeeneprepaiing'forweerai~t wek,'the` man said: "This lad and all of us is from Hog, uch,.ýTebraska.:.We<dontn aalane,ýym- pathiayand we doni'tfwantino~help We'ref well heeled, "nIf thiere's i al ispital hin'tiis town.whibch cures :i mawrirho's paralysed' that'swhat ,y're after?,inThis;young man ie .the last of four who had a disagreement in ourn i?glhlohood' tiiee months ago on ith subject' of pronouncng'tlie word which i...

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Hold Your Whist. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

'I old Your'Whist. O- Is id iyou' ever see i'womazn'piay-7 whist No ? Wellishe:loehBit somewhat as.folldws:: ,Ohi dear, ldonrit believe -I canevyerget thses cards arranged-Now, let me see, that .one goes. there, aud-Ol dear.! Te dropped one ,on tthe' *floor~ wdn' ii ou't ick 'tiup? 'Thas N-ow ietmnesee-Oh!`is it my mplay -?hereII played: thelibrong;pne;.buut- never. miud |hv got' p follow suit ?--Well, if I can't folowsuit, can I trumpi Oni" I w!ishl I bould havetfihrownaa way ontliat trick bould I?.i OlilfI 'mso sorry-Now, howstt pid a.?was}didn'tPsee thfat it, was: my, part 'iers acewhenI trumped baut never mind." As so it goes on, andat i'te end of the game lir partner generall has to stand the ridi enle-of the other si~~J-ecase he-was-so bdly beatienil ^ :?- - ` . ~~' l ,ass

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Never Saw One Before. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

i i #TNever*8aw One 'Bfore:i ;d c5tCOarter',, said ;Billy Jones at: the ':sale yards, as the two stopped iai front ofa fine lookming animal which wasi on exhibition, this is a mnagnificent-lookiug cow. 1 hould judge,"aid tsliiififalli ble'Bill i 'that` thisnis aiNirmani Short-horri or aClydesdalei ',Well, no,' said.Carter, who is reckoned. one of the best judlges, looking1 with oueX critical- eye and . the'other dirdcted tb" group 'ol farmiers a'-slihordistiliSane awaywy 7' fpm the indications I should judge that the animala~' Southdown ,iereford.--But there comes .Lou' Bates ; he can tell usall abobt it.. Louis what is the, breed of this ,t Well, :really," said the gentlemnan :re*: iferred to,; '~I;haveibeen sopbunily, engiaged in busiess t tat. I haven't hail time to observe Sentries, 'but I should' think this fine idnifial4 iWasot ' rcw,' bliat ·iester White" heiter'! iYY6t :observe that broad brand.downc :her back. ?i?ee her,, boy,'",calling?a fifteen-. year-old youngster, with ...

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A Good Set-to. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

~td i, "Gdd"Set-to. ,,.Edwin,Eorrest has been ever noted, for, .forcible` acting, a· l we'are indebted to an admirer for thiiefilluetration of it ':Mr. Foi gist, beirig?on a tour, :coniplained inrwiarm lan~guage to the seupers .that theyehad, not ;the !night before attacked himn with the spirit'and 'courage -soldiers woul" Ii ave. ,showniin Blassio tiiies--he,V Forrest, being a 'Rnian warrior. Mr. Forreststormurediandr ?tl~areateed:; the supers sulked, ad consulted. Atulengththe leaider of the supers inquired, ,inhis local slang : " Yeir" wiut this to be "bily fight,eh ?" i,'"I do," rphued Mr. Forrest'. Allfg~t, rejoin'ed the'captain, :the eveningith'o littleatheatre was-.crowded, 'and Mr., Forrest ,jwas :enthusiasticallyg re: ceived. -?Vhenthe fighting scene occurred, ,tle 'great tra'sediani.took the centreiof thil stage,"Aid 'the six -dlulons enteied rapidly :and deployeldin skirmishing:order;,:. At,-the cue, I" eiza, him " .one minion assunned a. pugilistic attitude andstruck'a b...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

Extracts. -:0:- The follwing appeared in only a por tion of last week's issue The " St. James' Gazette," writing on the question "Is Russia prepared for war," remarks:-" Reponsible British officers-men who had mapped out the routes and measured them, who had calculated with the utmost nicety how many days it would take to move certain Russians forces from point to point by land and water till they arrived at Herat, Chitral, and Cabul-men like these had come to the following conclusions from what they already knew and saw:-' It is no use disguising the fact; the buttons are off the foils in this struggle between us and Russia.' And, 'Russia can in from 80 to 100 days (for the most part employed in secret) put 95,000 regular troops into positions from which we can hardly drive her, and from which she can undertake the invasion of India at her own convenience, and with a fair expec tation of success.' The calculation was that, even supposing Russia had to watch the German and Austrian ...

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O'Brien v. Backhouse. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

O'Brien v. iacKnouse. The following is the description, from the" Bega Gazette," of the race between O'Brien and Backhouse for £200 aside, run on. Easter Monday, and won by O'Brien :-" At two o'clock the great excitement of the day was prefaced by the Mayor, who spoke from the stand, and said he was requested by the commit tee to ask the spectators to be very par ticular and keep back from tle track whilst O'Brien and Backhouse were run ning. In this instance they had a con testant from another colony, and the com mittee was anxious that the visitor should have fair play, and this the speaker was quite sure would be given, so that the best man .night win without hindrance. (Ap plause.) A clock-was placed in front of the stand; its face was secured by a cord and it was guarded by Mr H. Walker, of the Commercial Bank. The start was made on the far side of the course near the river.-Mr W. Rixon was ap pointed to give the signal for starting and for stopping at the end of the hour, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

'Diseased Nature ofteptime breaks fbrth " .traeqe irsptioae."-Act ill Somee 1. 'TO THE PUBLIC. .UM patients sfertog from nervous ale. lions are afraid from sheor basbfulune and modesty to rsnosAu-r eonoult a medical ai-other pients hare not the self eio and ooooese whes ai the sousult. Ig room, to accurately describe their sympltes-their habits of life, nad te nature of the disease they dee from. let such persons (he or ebe) sit qultly 4ia lo the pisy of their own apartments, sod with ?alm minds duesribe elearly each lSm3pm of their oae, olear statement thai eritten, eod laid before me. is far preferable Ra sarvous diseases to a personal oonaultatlon. Where, however, a disease is of a peeular and exooptional charoter, a persoasl eocaul. tation may beoomse noessary; but my olseos in correspodendoe is o great, that of the thosmads upon thousands whom I have rested by ltter daring the last SO years, neot a loglei mistake has ever oeousid, not a case hlo ever bee made publio--ls fur , t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

10NDWY RADT. Prioe Sixpeaco, By Post ZightpsiOt. A NEW WORK ON REPRODUCTIVE ORCANS BY R. J. POULTON. The above work is a popular treatise on The 'RPRODUCTIVE ORGANS, showing their Construction, Functions, and the D rangoments to which they are liable. 1nis littole book is one which may be araused with advantage by all who are dlr.lrous of obtaining information on a subject which ought to form a portion of t.o Education of the Malo sex. A kn aw lodge of this subject is undoubtedly of irialculable value, as by it many of the' "ii which afflict after life may be avo!i ed or remedied. Copies will be forwardeo under strict cover to any address on receipt ot poesge stamps issued by any of the colonies. R. J. POULTON, ' * 186 BOURKE STREET EAFTiT MELBOURNE. Consult 'h c PHYSICIANS of the AUSTRALIAN M1 IEDICAL and SURGICAL:, INFIRMARY. 'I EFORMITIES,. SPECIFIC, FEMALE and NER .?tis Diseases a SPECIALITY. Send for (free) TREATISE on VITALITY, NERVOUS DEBILITY ()iagnosisa;nud :Treatment).., D...

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A New Venture. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

8.1h1J N( A_________8__1___ d: [We have betnafa tcd *itWisleopy of a 6p'spmt epecting a new-compauynow -" id proceskf dborui.atio11It present sever~al .nove.llfelatures -ifrhichimiay;:indumspcuj Stoiostoinvettooirtht off-chance of? pulling', ! P 8 POSPECTUIS. OF THE -

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Haredine [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

ýA clpck'`has open inve'tutat only:needs wmdmingmp once in five.ye~irs. Now, if nis onIe daDy:i? fyjnv ?rt shopthat,:wodln' run wate), lie hgel~sy, i five :years we should of life," s~dloggj~r le turiied 9#r. Mrs. B.--" If7t correct in yipper ."sare "copr ni~ de?`y;.,who .shYo snore so ouely when you are aslee pteitithonpp i? ol? a think the bull stopy, of a damsel in the neighborhood wh?:ws robbed of her tresses whilst asleep. DBibtles,' on her awaking she was very ann87ed, naturally-it was quite impossible fife," saer idto keep" her hair on." Ms B.- ftive dude came into our saectum" youe had a poem ; .e indly thanktum. With the office club we gently planktum over the tip of his phizaranktum. He swore an oathi which sounded like blanktum, and gazed at wa'?s' a'acancy in our sanctum.' :'-a ;r" Mbulist Peter Schinsky is one of thboreladhoieod wwho take much better care of their animal whowasthey do of their childresses w Sheihasl ! pet lsodle by the nameofFid she waester aSchi natura...

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH Mayor—T. Stoneman. Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

QUEENSCLiFF BOROUGH Mayor-T. Stoneman. Councillore. J. H. Henley, J.P. ... August 1885 W: S. Jamieson ... ,, 1885 * Thonas' Stoneman, J.P. ,, 1885: Thomas Arkins ... ,, 1886 tG.Baillieu... ,, 1886 J. Rankin ... ... ,, 1886 * George Admand ,, 1887 E. Cuzens ,, 1887 J. E. Cottier: : ,, 1887 * These gentlemen have occupied the mayora chair. Officers. Town Clerk, Treagsrer, Valuator, and Collector Statistics, Rofert Jordan. Surveyor, Andrew M'Williams. Resident Police Officer, Senior-constable Rogers ' Governnient Auditor, John Elkington. Local Auditor, George Catheart. Health Officer, Dr Scott. Borough Inspector, George Cathcart. Solicitor, T. C. Harwood. Bank of Victoria: Manager, P. C Crespigny; Magistrate-T. D. S. Heron, P.MI Geelong District Justices...Dr Williams, Captain Pasco, R.N.; J. H. Henley, T. Stoneman, C. C. Simpson. Bailiwick, Southern. Clerk and Conmmissioner for taking affidavits, &c., R;Jordan. Summonses issued on Thursdays. Electoral registrar and registrar b...

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