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QUEENSCLIFF ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
S: QUFEN. If?f, O .'. . F SACES. . PrKil enlt- THOMAS STOi iN.1IAN' - Virc-pr*e-*dden -W. Sill' VLA .' STireanrer-tf(.. SIM JM.1SOi " Ii! ' . ) N I f l i'9.)Nl C. leik o .i JE--J o rAE.: .^IIT !142 .,. Mto1rs- I'.O'r b OTTEr F l^ U . '.! H jC:1 Y^ . / r'in ri /i ;. It.-;J ?'-:y neidus T ili l Conisti ule ('ih .:u ui situ iated n enfrly ^^(w;iinl e : fi't:. S1 ith.; .liouih the w i tl er wasa t'1'i ' t ; inif * the fll,,oriO anf daer ali a irst ,slao p. wO. irnti it ' iricdi and beca iiieait' fl!3 fiii oi dn'ihigiI he ..roi.i j riior t.h!e "d i 1. lit a I il niti l offire i t. 11 ' t' ;: 0ors '4 ui liii l g ,r.iin; t "i20 101til rii r ic l nilnily visitol frinii-?eelonlD . \le lltirin . .iltQ1 othei-r tistaiit, I:ila :.A. : h1 e gii , Ithel'r ing of thire3c-'iril mei ni;l tflie frati-, ility ever tnliol fiun.ul: at race ieeiings wai anil .extens.ive one. but. they -.eret* iepth it check by AI ?it l;.i iool'he i. a tiniribi" b of activei. n Oilieirs iF i.lie iioli eC force. Ti, ra'Ce ...
Noah's Ark. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Noah's Ark. Shem, Ham and `Japhet, Noah's. sons, one night; just after dark, Persuaded their old father that t'were well to build an ark, For they had heard 'twas going to rain, and that it might be found .. .. That they and all the other beasts and people might be drowned. So off they went and built the ark, and found', : her water-tight, And when the rain came down they jumped on board herin a fright; They took their children all on board, the . animals also, ' And then the cocks began to bark, the dogs' began'to crow., The lions all began to chirp, the hens began t I roar, And such a mixing up of sounds was. nevr together, " l ' '' And put their umbrellas up; it was: chi dreadful weather. The snakes and geese began to bray, the don-;. keys took to hissing; - The elephants and pigs retired to do -a little' kissing; The kangaroos and magpies then began to snarl and bite; ' The tigers and opossums played at Bo-peep all /. that night. " , .: -:' The flies and spiders all commenced to...
QUEENSCLIFF CUP [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Q1 FL' NS C l1FFLCUP or 2o o., : Welter. eit if?ri I hli,'se.:R ie hona'fide terhiuli, le r?.v ii o Q sliff r the to .1: l (ý:? 11 llie',i . i.n'? ý t ake I4 vrss ,: F , ( . ., h - g r? ui: . ,. '...ýl;,) t^'?? r ,'h)i?::-?;, i . ..• : " '1 . . . .. l :e -f r -.i-l(I ,.:ai INý vhtI E1.1 ,re i e ,1 , tii ,, ' iot -. Seiii st for iponle 14 hnes. ? a : ':\i, i;. ,onut. one . ile. ii. 1. Wtin i se c Ine ll 2 Loch, 1 l". ''ilili d o ftle::NeJ e I ; ,i , ri-.?Lncr a and? Forget -The winner was the first to lea!ve tlie dst. ' but at at the n ? ofu tl f sti ,inhlit 'Forietine-not took the lead' a n' k t ii fo; 300 ids; when Lady Loc1 iogain irent to the front and 'raceli hom ,e u eis.? ivin ei" by: 20. lengths, wi4 ilst Little Ne: o at in front of Her -c;1 u.li-i :ei '"roh ii Ting t he turn it?: tie istraiiit. and heat Hercuies by about; fire len th ci s.. «IIOHN 1LEtII .of '30 s.) Rs. " One .-:O"siiir'. h ?C..hiller .arold?`:aed ( " ' 1 '?l: c."I),?.:re ) e .? ' . . -' ;: ,\V : : rii 'F i ...
A Little Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
A Little Hint. The following is not funny, only it's a fact, and as such we present it. as a hint to our impecunious readers. Anindividual residing in a southern suburb, which shall be name less, was so pestered by his creditors that he did not know -what to do,. so he fixed Up. a flagstaff in his garden;-and now when anyone says, ".Not at home ?. Well,.then, I'll wait till he does come,".the wife hoists a red flag to the top of. the pole, and when Hardup sees that as he is returning home, he makes for the nearest pub., and waits until the coast is clear, when . the danger signal is lowered again. Poor men and dogs get very little now-a-days unless they either earn it or beg for it.
VISITORS' LIST. ESPLANADE HOTEL QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
VISITORS' LISTS . ESPLANADE HiTELL QUEEN8SLIFF.. Mr and M! trs David Elder and ~ I?i M r 'aid rs Gi G Hoat aiidi faihi"y-i1 Mir and Mrs Blooifield andriEhild" : Mr antri Mrs Bush ind faiihily Mlr and Mirs Owen Mr and iMrs Niel and .family. Mr and Mrs Griffithi and family MIrs Ainpt:anlF Fa ily; , M?i. Sievels and faliily Mrs Weller anit nmily Mr sCooper ialldiýlid lhter: i '?Mesdarnes, Mariti, Miller? .e ha ., •- - - L.ee,, aJoainswburei V.--i:... Misse n , Muidoih 'Sievers Ma'ri4iiu iii'rty, Messrs Ralilly iDtli Outh`bert Dr Detchen and fiend' Carr (2), 'Murdoch Keenian. rGaintwuirtliy iKelly?Curthoys Ap'pleton, Cooper. To quote the lagiiuage of the president: of the QueensliffT Racing OIClub, Mr'T; Stoneman, oniw of the: best things done ' was the apptiitmnent of 'George Bail lieu as secretary." There is an amount of work and anttention, required for this duty which is only known to thosie who6 have ,eci connected with; .the promot-. ion of race meetings, and the success of thie l...
Not as Bad as He Might Be. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Not as Bad as He -Might Be. There once lived up-country a peculiar and original old gentleman named Adams, who was known to all the neighborhood for miles around by his harmless and amusing eccentricities. A lawyer named Somerby, riding through .the district one summer morning, discovered Mr. Adams making his way afield with the necessary haying tools a jug and a scythe-.and stopped to have a talk with him. The soil in that part of the country is very thin and- sandy, and -the hay crop very light, and the good-humored lawyer took oc casion to remark upon the fact, and to.pity the farmers who were obliged to wring a scanty living from such barren acres. The old gentleman heard him patiently for a time, but at length he broke out : "Look here, squire, you're wasting your sympathy. I ain't,so poor as you think I am. I don't own this farm."
An Erratic Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
An Erratic Ring. a " Going for the train, Tillingbury ? If it's the mail boat you're after, you needn't hurry I so tremendoiisly, that's' just off; I've come i fromnihaking miy adieux to friends." Tillingbury ilaughed .and waited. for the speaker "I'm bound for nowherein particu- k1 lar," he said. " I was only thinking." " Thinking, were you? I never knew your n thoughts to race so before." : "I never heard before that I. was to be heir tE to half a million." Lightfield uttered an exclamation. "You don't mean that the old fellow has done it?" " No, not done it, you know. He hasn't. keeled overyet, and I don't wish him harm, of course. I can't be in a hurry decently, but he's going to do it. He has nearer relatives, - but he is outrageous against these; -says that v they have'treated him abominably, and that, o if I am only second cousin, I shall rake in the whole pile some day if I behave well." t "It's doubtful if you do,"retorted Light- tl field, with a laugh. t Tillingbury asked ...
AN INTERESTING WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
AN INTERESTING WIDOW. On the evening 6o the 5th of March, 1803, a singular event o~curred in the house of the widow of Privy-Councillor TJrsinus, in Berlin. As the wilow, a rich, handsome; and accomplished lady, and a leader of society, was seated it cards with a number of guests, a trembling servant came to tell her that the hall was full of policemen, and that they wanted her. She, did not appear at all surprised, begged her friends to con tinue the game, and, smiling, promised to re turn in a moment. :But she never did for thirty years. She was immediately taken into custody on a charge of attempted mur. der. The person she was accused of poisoning was a confidential servant, called Benjamin Kleim. 'He being indisposed, she gave him a basin of broth, and shortly after physic inside some raisins, both of which he fancied made. him 'worse. She then offered him some rice, which he refused, and on his doing so he was much surprised to see here put it carefully away where no one else ...
A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE A VOICE FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
,-AWO3.1MX'S SUFFERlNltS .AN'T GRATITUDE i A VOICE FROM AUSTRIA. Near the village of Zillingdort, in Lowet Austria, lives Maria Haas, 1an intel'igent and industrious woman, whose story of physical; uffTering and final relief, as related ;)y herself, is of interest to English women. " I was em ployed," she says," in the work of a large farm house. Overwork brought on sick headache, followed wb a decýthly fainting aind sickness of stomac!h, liutil I was unalile to retain eithei food or drink. I was compellli'd to take to my bed for severaltw'k.'i. (itttiing a little hett(i fr.l A rest ind quitet, I sougiht tp d(n sonie work, but wa.s soon taken with a pai ill my side, wihich in a little whik s.cimltd to spreli over. mny whole body, and t:.'i.ib-d in nmy ver\ limib. .Triis w'al f.,111Ai)wd V h . ',,ugh ,i;:l shiort lws.s of braltIh, until fi:iaily I cuild not. sew. ;rd 1 tco t6olv id.for tl' stci d.n ai)d, ais I t :ouig: . fo: tie list ti:nmc. M'' fli *'iid tld m:, thl it my time had i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Pet. Annual. Clearing S~ae Pie' 1o118 to Stuck 1 nking, at Mi O1DY'S. 56 M'ooriaool %trP't., (ite1 ýmr. _ 3n'rrniný. i: I )itjw', ' ii sf~ i' -ýI to thii. J 'eop~le ofJr Vwizf~is gill "li" i1iluuuuii . o IiieQef Q icf; ,Ir, l Iill I tip. I "'eng fullyI nt~i. '1ºit t' u iýll~ihý. . (.21flpr " %- 3f'1Dý;;ft11I1'_;: Il1I;';'E'-. If t·;·':P 1!11.1+,'.' tit V111:1i paIas nt lire'wiit b wi i:,"'pl iii ( 4ix''; Xn'1 fthat,», 1i n 1,1 ii nu tuh ' F- "i1 .- x'x'uix1t ixxx'% I >lvl~icI, renll~i'-rsi~i'. ,;ti 'in 'a I of Q ,: E'" ju (frlI . ýýi, e '1'li.. M ( ..'I hiuH dceci' led on q ~iI1 1'i o E wHi c4Qro u % '"NIP 113'. Si (NI. aL p'144'' w .h hoive a jiever, bxen'SiI I al il *':eii"I ii ii ii t 1)1: D pr:*v fullly ren i th'ºii" *l~e h yr..laci*I to.i-., ; 01lO1~rril lrs:ý tug p 'go ua '.' i lic,ýl1i list.; tS 11:''O'(. lr4 rill, l(411 1tIC( 811); !(St., * ]jc1ýe cltetery oi'-the fr~edniiei:tu~ i~ii tNt - s~iliii td g u'it.; r eceu Jir "n( 'di t'rr t ~e To ntnklc ' imnu 'fit iinter ip Ri...
Little People. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Little People. "Mamma," said' an innocent of five years old, " when I grow to be a woman will I get married and have a wedding 1" "I hope so, my dear. Why do you ask ?" said mother. " Because, mamma, I shan't ask you to my wedding." "No I Why not, Mamie ?" "' Why, mamma, you didn't ask me to yours." Little Mabel, five years old, is'not so young but what she has picked up some knowledge Af the world. She said to her musing; " Oh, ma, w 0 8o .: apap before he married us, anyway " "Who was papa? Why, he was the same man that he is now." "Yes; but what was he to you ? Was he just a man that you mashed ?" " TIMES." There's a sleep-time and a bed-time, A'time for getting up, A time for taking breakfast From out a silver cup.. A time to play, and then comes A time for being dressed. But when's the time that mamma - Loves little baby best? Mamma was busily engaged.at the sewing table, and Margherita, three years' old, was rattling 'along with' an endless, unstayable torrent of questions. "O...
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, FEB. 19th 1887 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
SATURDAY, FEB. 19th 1887 IR there is one thing more than another which is "urgently re quired on" Queenscliff, it .is a large and commodious rotunda in the recreation reserve. Pro moters of. excursions have al ways to consider the accommio dation available in,' case the weather should turn .out' un propitious.. The cost of the erection of a rotunda- would not be niuch, .and if, on special occasions, a light charge was made for its use, the expendi ture would be more :than re paid. Now is the time that the Qiieenscliff public will have to taike steps tto make this thyi :=i ýrteier_ lrendlezviu s : foi excursions. : W' haive every naural advanrtage that is re quired, ain'd it is a-pity that we have no rotunda to protect ex cursionists from the heat of the' sun ..or from the rain in wet weather.i Attention is called to the, correct Programme of the Queenscliff. Youths Sports, published elsewhere, which. are to be held on Saturday next. MESSRS Johnson. and Apple ton offered Mr Cirrie's ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Oake Fair. Oake Fair.' SST: ANDREW'S CHUR)DH A`CAKE FAIR Will beheld in .the F1_REsIE TERS: HALL -: I n '-Fridayynd Safirday, t'ie: 25 ti and 26th 1'ebruawry,1837, ]n aicf` the funds of St. Andrew's Church :... penfromi 3 to pm. .7. : n0 i' O , 1 - -d. 2 QUEENSUOLFF YOUTHS SPORTS To be heldcon tbe RECREA TION GROUND:..: 'ebruary 2Cth, 1887. H ANDICAIWlRS SO'Nedil; A. A Hodge Ballieu - . Corilell, J ..orn is.n S·JDGE . H." I`Robson :STARTE.I r?.W i: dell.: ;: 'First riace to!startat 1 3.0 .pTm. ,'MAIDEN. PLATE 'jl iir wll o hive neverworia race100 yds,' -RUINNING HIGH JUMP. 1st. 5s. 2nd 2 6d. , Under 14 years. HANDICAP FLAT RACE. 1st. 6s 2nd 3s._.. 120. yds. under 14 years, POTATO RACE. :lst 7s 2nid 3s. :: 12 potatoes ata yard apart under 14 years, ' HANDICAP H URDLE ?RAGCE.. I.lst 7s 2nd 3s 140. yds, 10 flights height 2ft. 6in.under 14 years, HANDICAP FLAT :RAGE= 1st 5s 2nd 2s 6d. Under 9 years all - who run in this race: -may run in the next free. MILE GO AS YOU PLEASE S lest 8s 2n...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
A match w'o plI'weyd nn WV'4dne ' hvr thie green. eoff Ahcrului-~ a hotme'teen .the Oneernse1 if awl Geeonn ..low] on' Clubs: The visitorsnrrivel1 1w t heninld.d ;n inina .inr were entertfine i nt lniinhetin 1wb th~e: meiii iirs of the Geeln'litii h g Th. rthe thsenee of '.hr 'Tlhoms 1akc' . tnrrhe snhre ent, +f the how inn section f the Yo'ick l(tub the Viait in'" 1iowlers Wf-Q ('ordially ivclnrmi'd in M~r lully..l.P: In thec Town. Among t lhsnctw ato-c Were the hoin. W C Snii": iT .A.. Mir Th)i. Sloneman. of Qlencepeeiff. mdn 1i' r Cathill, ' membci 'ref the l3alliiraf ::Centrna Pa ~tlinn Club. The rrme re'suwlted in :nn easy victory ' for (eelinn'v who scored .1 SO points to ,their opponnts .55 points. The following ale thes toies GvEro\ci CrUB. No. I Rtink ieiCs 1r nlle .(e'pi' in). Tnul1: .T .r1n'non. anal Tn ) Frcrnn~oii - polintit. No. 2 Etuk jtiq s M\Iillet. (e'ipw) Tncg Icy. Pchleui , 'ntid Teyer,-. 47 point No Rink-1- csi i e T;:,'eev (criptni'i)._ Wheantlniid.l Tlonanhi"r...
CRICKET. Portarlington v Wydam. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
CflICKITMP7 The. shove i cctiv IS piveil a.n reitorr' lmnirttii on thie.l'ort umnlre on S'v urdiv 1.4. 'I he. PrOi t '. isi eci. v 'n'lint .; m the ' da1 en a Sicvions :iiil scmdre 'ul hn) wile 'l co it was ' fo iem onec ei~i lnioi itu tu itlwiv would p1'rri eV~ic* rcnm inmesm th is'" OC"mmon'ii ai '.lilt`' shelisiijmpor' tin cf thc vsiitoi:tsn n've .1rihoimrhi:. 'fli t thoir reim~m'l:eflrlc ii heli i'm(: 'gso etigoomi oooslclv ihi'fcaited. 'rvedh'in > noee mde eli'etd to1:ilICilha lieitv'heit, nided a. 'moe v feeblc staxed. tlihlis .1i~t w` 1c't fa d i'r Pciir the sniqlj i:c't~ pf4 t, -tf'm hw 'Bemw niid t n~ristrri _:..coil'1'tifmme15 4' c ci.h 1 p~iii "ihO hi imicwst S(11)1un. -All dvet'iook '.t' iCe. rk 'i uiIhe eo:cst ofii ` :'ronii =.ý\ihlmº ..is', ` aowuc4 -ý ý"ii tnktieicrion v;i'1coft i I..U`I " ne"s.. :.irii Srf . ir-1vmi o ic fepri i fi.;&lt;) :~tp~ ;Nuc~aw comnet~i nmt, ý' thi .43, :t'o' 1iii? relit' uiot not. h~~en 1jinue wou~ti;c cdle~i; time. Port hdsowred ...
Two of a Trade [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Two of a Trade Old Nick is grimed and black as ink,. And so is a Printer's Devil. In face he's like the missing link, And so is a Printer's Devil. Nick always worries those who're hipt, And so does a Printer's Devil. Nick wants souls, but 'tis manuscript That fetches the Printer's Devil. Old Nick's pleased if you sign your name, And so is a Piinter's Devil. And their reasons are inuch the same, Old Nick and'the Printer's Devil. Old Nick's the lord of those who write, And so is the Printer's Devil. He'never leaves thenm day or night, No more does the Printer's Devil. Old Nick's been curs'd up hill, down dell, And so has the Printer's Devil. I wish both were in the depth of-ak well, Both Nick and the Printer's Devil.
Sensational Items. "NOSE." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 19 February 1887
Sensational Items. "NOSE." On Guy Fawkes Day, 1802, a lavender warehouse keeper, named Steele, of Cather ine street, Strand, started for his plantation grounds at Bedfont; but, not returning to town according to custom, his friends, be coming anxious, set a search on foot, and he was found buried under some bushes on Hounslow Heath. His head was horribly mutilated, his hat and boots missing, and-his pockets cut off. Several persons were arrested and dis. charged, and not until four years later did the truth come to light. A man, then in the Hulks, at Portsmouth, offered to turn King's evidence. Examined at Worship street, he deposed as follows :-" I have known Hag gerty eight or nine years, and Holloway six or seven. We were accustomed to meet at the 'Turk's Head' and 'Black Horse' pub lichouses in Dyot street. '' Holloway, just before the murder, called me out of the ' Turk's Head' and asked me if I had any objection to be in a good thing. I replied I had not. He said it was a 'No ...