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To the Cabinet. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

IJ To the (Gabinet. My loras and gentlemeu: OurIPpeechless scorn Suffers you still to linger in your place You hbve for company your own disgrace. Your shameful past, your piteous oaths for S- scorn, Take.heed, lest even contemptrmaY be out-. worn, Wegrant you respite for a little space, But universal England holds youe base. And soon the preguant;ilence may be torn ; Soon you may hear the shattering blast of doom; Soon may the clamor of anation's hate. Pierce your dull ears and shake your Scrven heairt Gordon's, dead' lips speak to us from the tomb; My lords and gentlemen: 'For shamel depart.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Tight Squeeze. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

A Tight, Squeeze. -:0: At the Thames police court recently a res pectably-dressed woman applied for a sum mons against her husband.-The Magistrate : Has he been ill-using you?-Applicant.: Yes, sir.--.Magistrate: Has he struck you ?-Appli÷ c~ant-Not exactly, sir.-Magistrate-Then what has he done? You must state all the facts before I can grant you a summons-Ap plicant--He squeezes me so hard that he hurts me, and 1 am sure that he has put my heart out of place? (Loud laughter.)-He says he means to do for me that way, and then I shall not be able to show any marks of his violence, and people wont know what killed me. At other times he says he does it all for love. (Laughter.) He is continually squeezing me in this way, and I am sure he means toinjure me by doing it. I am not over strong, and I have come to you, sir, to grant me a summons against him for assaulting me in this way. (Renewed laughter.) Magistrate (smiling) I am afraid I can't grant you a summons for that; but Itell you w...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

Sge n] r i si the report of tlie Queen§cliff Crickets Clnhfor the season 1884.85: fiiclii'h hasi at arvery successful season, ou f 17 matclieus which were arranged to be played they were successful-in winning' 10, losing or ly 2, and 5<matche. had to be ,abn doniedl;/be .fitgt match of the season was rncf tllie$ layed against thi Villiers, a teambfroin Geelorg, bat through theiriunbility toget a team,~ tActer the match fell through. This was vei?.y 'di?ppointing to our team as all itange'mns rlind been`made for 'their reception, includinig' :lunch. An excellent wicket had Als~ been selected, in fact a better wicket has notb.en l eenon the ground this season. Tfii"s'eiiing match, therefore, was against the 1st (le~ n of Geelong on the Corio cricket ground;i'" clong; and where we saf feted a disastrds 'defeat, manking the poor score of 22 runs against our opponents 8 wic kets for 201. Playing on turf for the first time may in a measureaecount for this result. Then followeda...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Russian Spy. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

"2ThRusann SPY i? ~When :Her.Majesty's.ship, i"Nelson,F I!a mciSWas dying in the dock .- .t iU as t.-t At.Williastistown; an incident kbd !vtinw pe;ij 1,ccurred that.much did shqck.~:,( ~s~ i aw The'captain of this man-of-wrf j ,; .ellow, wo, at once he knew , "z't I e.be ?'aRussmn spy,"'. ih'" ''t1,",J *" oTh w allowwhen discovereder W t' o l rMi bWa eal ing copious notes •. V I , ti .~A!r.boht'the.dessel's armament n.i aa miuL ' -i?rlr crew, her cook, hei bdats. 1: ':i'T, ? He actually had the :.cheek','l ii h o .gis To measure.eyery, gun,. i,.; .::_i 4wali t1ndAni tried each iope to~ascert t ?ifi1astsoundly spun.iub . w i I ThM captain called hisheinchmanibold' ed "*F??I)Aiids? id,"'Justw.atch his°praniks. dH'.He'strying now:to'ascertainn fia (a *shiiWhat's underneath the, planks . ,? ? ii I. Ofour good deck.; Now. don't you hink? ? ',-O' O~nshore I'd better send , , iiref A ýAman to fetch a policeman, n i?.The spy to apprehend." STh'iliehchinanwinked, then said he thoiught !tr?)...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Incog. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

": # i -o i d w ot QOuji leadini huuriorss one ;daynitt g l eV , d into lne eeelong evn L oT .idaj upguarded momentr'hiaspef`a ng -some o-f *i~i'old and sibop-'ivorr jokes upon, an ihdoent bperatie, hea wa 9drvwn. .iO#tO,§?np ; jrthe p anderous n dreadfully rrushed with the~tee if some wheels. T'iey `cmb?lfl it ec "m M ofh" 1'` ?lnabilinery after a -whileaniisprea ?te elffect on the floor:,i U o0 im~ (0 wiii Yevsa to "'~" ho.is it l WhL isitirpwas the auxious nqiry as .the crowd gathered arounda body knew. Then our humorist slowly openeid liisi?iyes ,ndlinoved3. his:'lips., 9'AItsympathising, i4I standgqo!, nte o ;-dwnkisjear.;, .", E i ý?o; , " There is good reason why nobody recog nises me,". the, humorist whisp~id;'hitl " Why is.it ?":the'yemapathisingibystanaen aske v. . 5tilwee cý. nu SBecause," the humorist explained, as he saw a chance to steal home, "be'cause ri " been'travelllng ii co.' " ' a ýt e And?'then.a "si~ile like: 'a:.summer;.fouid playedfor -an: instantr over h is...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

i ': . . ... -. , , n.'=. -' r.r mm m -Wi ,.L; nd :.'.o" ..Trouble':vo') (r; ar e r We?re in reat tioble A lal? contbi= Ldr made us a present oE a puppy of the tiig species. ) e'e ?r?'?. e:?'? :ldgdt',e igstor set`-i np thi?a~?'iy-" We' "begi=t' acknowledge.the -regeipL of ,a splendidi~ug fto~:n~drs M!Cackuax and the~husband oflut thela.dy :is hun ting-,oind the office ,wi.ýtihalfj . bilh i od. cu. inghlLand to, haey. auutinter i i i a d46 . 1: ri . ,f'!Jwta h; :P ii:-'..

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
We Hope So. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

N eectsgee has n di rintedby a xprmau engine on wichli-had indicates heexact pot ck, '1?j th bllt This vll Iic%' ntj~i~it wd6a'y with -n * wr ~will bbcomne nto nse he shbr _ `Eve now and; then'~i Aeried totsteplljetwe n the target~andfar np pitac1iiha 13Met ~anid, had d~iialht aTht= roug - hi'i ofr a airloius atak`1ihlf romenpoctioi ohIs peron1 r f+4} 1 a.f ' f f1" vm ) -, nrI -A 4 '.Tr

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Puzzled Pantaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

' $.Puzzled Pant lIoq.; Alf Jones, the pantaloon, was'ias much a pan i on: in private life as he was onFthe boatds ,e "rememb'er hearng a lit of a domestic'- iiintomime in 'which' he was the' chief actor, which beats all- theChrisdtmas comic business we ever saw...-. Alf was in thebhabit, after the performancel at the theatre,' of going to a shop in thet neighbourho6d to buy a bit of something to =take:ihome with him fdr supper. His wife usually went to :be'd,,but lalways iJefta -fire in the grate for'her husband to cook by. :.i Oue.nightAlf .was attracted-iby g~.variety of niceloobkinpg meats i i'the_ siopwindo.of a Frecnc 6cook near Leicester Square. There weretill kinds'of brawn, and rolled turkev, and potted head, and sob f?itlf;but'what took Alf's fancy most was a slab 6ofi'icu lent-looking imeat, coviereý it ih wn jelly. Alf did not know theanam;e ' fit, ii he went initothei shop 'fiia binting to the tiemtinglbrown _slab with his forefinger, said . "I'll alihalf?ipoiund of :th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Way We're Collared. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

The Way We're: Oollared. The patent collar-button'is all right until your wife attempts to put your collar on for you, then it is wrong. :?he seems to have i peculiar faculty for not knioing how to get the cap off,; and. geiierally-yanks; it. Of course it slips out 6f bheg land and, flies to a corner, of the .roih immnediately rolling untlersome heavy rticle of lurniture. After a half hou's search it is brought forth, and the busiiess proceeds,-' i hen it is round that the shank is missing. No man will permit himself to say anything during this affair. She suggests that it may have dropped down upon.theuinside of your shirt. You think it probablee anti the news is,more welcome, inasmuclh _ .your shirts are all made to open in the btck,;so you commence ...the act of taking it' od. anii not finding it, you don't say a woid but looseu:your under. .shirt; still it.)ssi i, ? ? as u feel something wnopva ors to you that by l yli'iff y6<~ ft ill drop out. ' - .t!ii is a good dea...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Long Diet of Worms. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

A Long Diet'ofiWorms. A country contemporary says :-" A worm which, twenty years a-go~ donimitted sad havoc amongst our forest trees, has again made its. appearance, and is ravaging our timber re servesj Er nqtV. f wa ,that::ivo m attain'cd 'schc z r marftbtlil" ý age It a voracious appetite itpossesses. It is a lucky thing for our treies th:ait?obil~ 'ts hungry once in twenty years. We imagine the worm spoken of must be of the tape (red) variety. It is to be hoped it will be caught and crushed before doing any more damage. ip

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Popular Sayings of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

Popular Sayi?gs':of the Day. I"heIt is better to give than-t.receive," as the prizeifighf?r.. h i&in'en e`gave his op ponent one on the 'cntrifigal organ. i "Never say- die ' till a'traitor betrays .the ~town,.and ,a h i?ti nl (= and a fearless soldier is killed ~ defen e of those=who be-. trayed him. - a " E'en a wormwilltrn, Even the Rus sian bear caii arouse?l?)B ish lion. " It is never oo late to mend," except when devoid of cloth."'f, v ? j.. 10b '".Distance lends en~bantment to the view." `England looking at :,ew Guinea and "her, own portion'of it' - `' Discovery of-?lemissinglk ik A sleeve-. link under the'table.,: - "An old salt." Lot's wife. "Great expectations." The schoolboy's 'feelings when he sits down to enjoy bt. dtolia~pgle. I . " ýa d msmal- oo 'ý f.el.. S"Music hath charms," but not the piano playing fiend at 12 o'clock at night.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Not Offended. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

?iSince our advent $6tihe ediitori'cair ~ have received mai:yflattdrii·g encomiums an'd valuable presents frim~sonme of our admirers. .We have also been in receipt of other articles which de have found ?t ff(?ed ? get rid of, h'avig?.ni opidin g' fo theih! to f in'sdtde,; on one occasion ,we, received two defunct bodies df-Tom-cats nicely packed in a hamper, for "vhich we had to part carriage. We could make no, use ofithisbonsignmeiie . £On another: occasio, a º,parcel, which didn't smell a bit like pepppermmnt,was delivered at the office, anW 'on 'opeii'g'eit e found it was a con solidatioi of perfumnery-known as animal manure. We nwishuýto iinpresJlupon our readers; that ivq haye; no._ ga}r Et opfgnpr_] placin? such consignments, only the corpora tion mud'caits, and much prefer ;any small tdo?es of regiard tiha' if~-fti~it?re ievs"de to us to be of a more useful and less odorous character. ;el'lop't care how triflifigthe prescnft s lonl g ,'woman turn i into mn bP rr ma ?euse of'....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Squibs [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

A GeelongW:igenius '=suggestsstthat 'now there is so.uiiuehjtalk ofi war.iitTwould'be a good idea to drill all the fobtball clubs of the colony. .If: the'~,weretFonly.as:: fatal to an! enemy as they are tbo:theihselveslit might be no bad -plan: tl1:,merciftilly-ireffain from making .ther?obvious puns~isuggested by;this subject. .rifeishs.hard enough'asitillis without making it anpli 'rderl'd i a .Some Gi ld=r --eha? ? ?gr?: 'pratye'rournamen for rain the otD er ay. They. receive6 io reply a shower of mnud. ' It is nd`vivelieved that the- mad er ?of` "alrva! sect, wishing o;li~efi)thepi} rayed for dust and thatthe consignments got mixed on the They; talk po i Everty England. Why I the Qneesi'haiixdreserigets £2000 a year'for'his services. No more heartrending stories of outcast London for us, thank you I A facetious correspondent informs us that "the 'Island of :Herm, situated. between Queensly aiid Sark, has been sold.' The man a.Heidiit14' I ' If onoinorreipoiidelft Will call upon ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 2 May 1885

MARRIAGE.         COOPER-RYDER - On the 1st of May, at the Marcus Hill Church, by the Rev. H. J. Wilkinson, Edward James Cooper, eldest     son of Benjamin Cooper, to Annie Ellen, daughter of John Ryder, farmer, Towonga, both of Marcus Hill.  

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
More Popular Sayings. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 9 May 1885

1 ' More Popular Sayings.. " While there's life there's soap." '"Strainiing at gnats and swallowingcamels.'. We can understand the straninig atgnats busi ness, but.the digestidn'of'the maniwhowould :accomplish the latter part must be such as 't entitle him t6 a place -in the wonders:of the' world. The Egyptians are said to have.large "rhmoths," biut even they wvould find some difficulty in this." feet" (feat). iComing events cast their shadows before," as, the, chool boy said .when, chalking ai accurate likeness of his master upon the wall,: a shade"fell"upon himi' also, a cane soon afterwards. . , All is snot gold .that glitters'" might be rendered .', All.is not butter, that the land-' lady puts upon the table'because its yellow.'.: "A wise child'knows its own saying, and kniiowiig ialsothat, in conise uence of undue ventilation in.one of the window panes caused ;by- the, said wise, child,: aforesaid father] i: hbintig fqr him, painfully, anxious fora per' 'onai interview, he bide...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 9 May 1885

oA schIoolboy's Iompoion.i? Fhe Adi. ,tor" a P ', Imo?)s: 'ldit ns on of thehaj e n s i- l'i'e" rll.` Hw can ,g;to jto; circus in the afternoon anc1deeening without paying a i ls to (nqests and hangings. ea tres, gets wedding cake sent him, and some times gets a licking, but fT'often, for he can take things back in t4t1 it p , whilo he generl t'.d B~l\r Iewt it ' lks w1,'1 hald t~ go to bed early, tho cd?o ,cai sit. Upl lath5 cry nig fi oq. Vhen1 I am ft1 an oc an editor, so that Iican stay outu at& .atihiglhe:ýheitliat wvillb jolly." " .....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Paganini's Playing. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 9 May 1885

• a?" anini's Playing. .How did..Paganini, play? NOw.w like-tan angel; now'like ?adevil ,,vith his tail in a close door. He played like the very devil himself--never like a, mortal man. Such sounds assurediy,'ll havnever .yet been:drawh fri'oaviolin." Th~e only thing that sounded* like them wasPullingacat' byrthe hind-leg from undef'r nash barrel. And 1ge: thd stli ail`t :en came to the eyes from the listening hearts of me., tears of sadness a "li toe and l gP~rcj li l iloi te. d go?eten up to deceive the public. His technique?I{fth esI 4cromatic roulades; his wonderfully clear intonation even in ~mig.1ii r eT, V 'A tonislhtenfof people who were engaged in the Imanufac~lp?of? bizarreria~and cu..ll about theni~i d ib k'ei a$Cds tfcros all the four strings, from the lq?vest depths up to the [giddiest heights, codl 'not be distin guished fi~ooPiýnn , se by~a oy iodtave p aying u on the ,.hissilve ,himeofe s, is ortissimo, which drowned Alth'vhole9f t orc csdtorved indi ately b0_le rsv ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What the Naval Engagement of the Future May Be. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 9 May 1885

What the Naval Engagement of : the; FittreilMay Be. The role of the torpedo' boat'is terribleand those who direct its movefiicnts are exposed to the greatest darigers. 'A single heavy shot may shatter it to atodis, and when it °ap proaches' the; eremygil hail of balls from; the mitrailleuses and rifles will do terrible exe cution onuboard. Thereforeo.'he mere fact of embarking on aitorpedo bdat is a guarantee of bravery. Figure to yourself the situation of the officer in commanl of such a.torpedo -boat;who~i~rordeietd lt6~r sinlka.sfiilf thl e enemy's squadron. All his surroundings coin stitute one vast danger; ;+ Thelvery sea that: hides and protects him during the first plart of this expedition maryin another moment toss his corpse hither and thither upon' its waves.^, His adversary willgeek .toriddle the. b1oat'wita rain of steel,,cast iron, and lead." The torpedo itself, 'hich'carries such terror with it, mightl be touched with a missile and explode, bursting the torpedo boat in...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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How We Diddled Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 9 May 1885

How We Diddled Death., r. Overcomerwithithe troublesiof our ~fice to wit, a tax;collector, a jpw, a score of sum mons-ser?o'vrs., id other objectionable indi vidualsf'v?We had Sought refuge in the country. That'niigh t, somewhatTestored:bythe rural air (anil the absenice of duns) we slept-yes, shall we say it ?-we slept peacefully.- But, alas for our sleep ! In the middle of the night it was suddenly broken. We awoke, as people usually do when their rest is broken. The room was dark. We could see nothing. We lay still and trembled that is, as still as our trembling would per mit. Presently we heard a voice-" Please, sir, your timne's come!" "Oh, crikey," we answered, and springing out of bed, lit the candle. There he sat, in all his majesty, scythe in one hand, hour-glass in the other. Oh, Lord, how we wished ourselves back amongst 'thg Jiews? aa estle tk-gatherers- -How' we wished ourselves-well, on the other side of Jordan! But it was no good, we had to face him. "Bless your eyes,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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THANKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 9 May 1885

THANKS.. TO. THE ,DITOR. :SIR,--Through the medium of yorui valu able papcr: T beg to 'icknowlerige rrceipt of a very. hl.?dsomely-framed address signed' by Thomas St?tneinain, ?iMayor. and 'Robert' Jor dan,`;q.; T¶r'iwn Clerkic on behalf of the stib scribers:residents, and otherk connected:ifith' Qiieenscliff. To t'-ose gentlemen, collectively and individually:`TI'beg t retiurn my hearty and sincere thanks, and assure tem iwiill be my endeavour to carr', 't the i6ris of. the address, to retsin the`. goodwill of' iy Departme'nt: and the' respect'iof my fell~w' citizens. It has been my endeavonr 't~rogh' life (and I'say it without egotism)'tdodo dwhat little'good lay in my power and after a resi dence of over 32 years,I may ;feel proiid'~i leaving to think I have the respect and'od will of the people generally. • For the "rt kindness I received'previous to' leaviin frgi~i all:old friends and acquaintances iceepf?my' best' thanks, and believe me to remain, gentlemen, Yours faithfuNlly...

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