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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 9th June. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

QUEENSLIFEF BOROUGH COUNCIL S Mb?uday 9th June. The adjournerd monthly- meeting ;of. the :councitwas held onh .he above daste ate7/ c lo k;"`ý:: r i. ,+.e..T Ai:, PresenE=Thi Mayor (Or- OuQzens, Ore' Arlins, 'Mm'nni,"Bailieu,J an ie son, Henley, and Simpson. i THE TENNIS QJURT.:. . : The Mayor.: said that there vw aw:no. ipf)bt: alitablh!e i. the Esplanade 'fo a site,ardid he thoughtitli::e best thinig 't do woiuld be :to root up the maze. and have it th'ee. There was not sufficient. 'ropm tobhave it,in ;the'Esplanade oppo site Keen's, . ; CriAdmane sald 'hie, objected to any iortion of the .'Esplainhe'groundibeing ;i afoiai :a tennis eourt:; ome of thei 'ni sug ted would ,interfere with the footpais. He :believed in haying all it,ieesp:l sa iu: the, one; poslition. ::It would satisfyvall parties +to ;have :the• :tennis ,inside 'the- Botanical ?iardehn.,: wherle the limestono quarry 'is;' the 'cost ,would be slight: '-He deid6dly"ob jectedto any place inthe front; the ie serve Was t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSCLIFF V. DRYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

. ..... { DALE, t , . i ?; , . ? _ .. A football match was' playdd .on. T?huisday between the above,, Three conveyances left ther Cliff' about? 1for' .Drysd le,:and undrund the skilful driv. ing o: Mi E. Wills, who proved the ttih liof the adage"' That tlie mierciful ni a'i ciserciful tO :lihisbeast?', thp first, conveyanceC:quickly folloWied' by the otheCrsIar:ivedat :ry sdale in gboil.time. S hegrquiind~at Drysdaie is .beautifully dapted fore an utxhibition of ,athletic. skiil. ýrThe:local team won: the litchl' by 1 goal and 4 behinds against: 'Drys?. dale's 7ibehi . :The oinly go nl of the day was lki~k d by Mr' Wni "?.i1l, I or r? M a,'. M 1ssr1, Lyoni f oirlii.k S.Xtlssp?eodiir.empp's dM giood ,?o?; rid b* ( kneill MteLrs Leech and; ,ePoo ho.' the artilier, ai. I'Viikii soi;:' Todd? Jamniedon,' and Ai'kýii' ;y<il el i' .d!,i hand I the 'giiame ti?ia'?thona ,as I. acteused"?by' cam ptlit, hacoiiv t. d, d 11 r ' `. ;\Tl: on'.ic upied tiee clt1r 'it one end, of ,th e,ta...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SOME PARLIAMENTRY MAIDEN SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

SOME' PARLIAMENTRY ,:MAIDEN SPEECHES.. ~A record of oratorical triumphs is less en tertaining than a record of failures;- but the stories of one or two maiden-speeches which owed their success to simple assuranc'eare" amusing: enough. " Modesty and timidity have not been characteristics of all the mem bers who have ever sat in'parliament. They do'not, for example, seem .to have been very iirominent in Mr. Lechmere, afterwards 'Lord, Lechmere, 'who, on his .election :for Appleby, turned round to address the House immediately after, having taken -the oatlihfarid before he had gone through the formality of taking his seat. Mr. Cowper,. made Lord' Chancellor i' 1707, was not quite so precipitate,` butm'much 'ore copi-s one in' his rhetorical.' oitpourings, for he spoke three times during his first evening in. the House,; and even' he wais excelled ,by the notorious s 'Orator Hun' hliooin .a simis, lar `occasion gave his fellowmenibers, no? fewer thani six samples' of ,hi;pbu e - quence....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

r-7! NEWS AND NOTES ! r ABhlue Ribboa meeting; vas, held in; The. 4orpsters' i:,Hall r on,; Wednesday night;:,and the rowdyismwas somethbing disgraicef uE T;1here. are a' :hihiber of ibobblaiTehchoys ;on the OliffsK'hjp .attend jit;tthb ForostersR hail simplvynto create Sjist istn:Banie; po'mtter what;.thii enter-' iainiuent w v be; The maiagement of, -linL a.toprto' ",tbide.,O ýonvo,:for it, pre. .veat.ithe' ball from =being riented.-, Here ar' i isiibdf citiens*hd ieit the' "r; -i;i ll f.,.. ,. hal ,4htatte!::i' joy! tbemselves and thirn mo~neyrlis :thrjiwnv away and; amusemen t ispoilton:rccouiunt .oz half, a dozen larrikin lshowling;SvlArht'ihng;ý `and stamping . .Aj.te'n cnlai Oh'istu n IýdcrioesoneiiiiedýTIy ýand, 'this ;riazirts: inpti,:, nherei itimnight,,·l apact ministerod andifot! 'course'«e ll shaken' befor`tale '?wihibei' ci1'1slls '' LovELY O rr: There' `a~e =lonly. climes and places m ?twIich·'the' evening 7lphyrs are 'lq ed '4uith' mala tiand the poisotnoifefeu and ,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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REMINISCENCES OF THE MINOR STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

REMNISCENCES, OF THE INOAR STAGE.'' .-:"l .,BY:rANOLiD STAGER, rs' 'PoFpe' appeared as the wife of the Macgregor, her personality.emiiently quali. fiying her for the part' Belei does notaprp pear until the third act, when she confronts Thornton and his men in .the' Pass of Loch ard; Her. sudden intrance '·' a point of projecting rock;?claymore in hiad, to inter. 'rogate the Captain,' sent a tlhrill through every vein, and her first words, " Hold there; stand !T Tell m'e, "irhat'e seek you in 'the country of the'Madgregor ?" 'oused us to enthusiasm. Thiere'was .no bVrvado in her deiiance; 'the.' bira? ?'ad :injured woman stood there 'upbon; "er "' iative heath, ".,pre pared to do or'die. Her deliberate manner ,and slow 'utterance servedi only faintly to conceal the surging passion in her' wounded heart. You saw, the fiercelight of the com :rig struggle settling on' er face, and felt that, come what might, she would be equal to ieither- fortune.--Anything more august ; thuanherI eafln...

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A NEW STEAMER FOR QUEENSCLIFF [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

Notwitlhstauniing the i»erea a,-fa clL lics offlcred by the Port Phillip Hotel anld Steamship Compaeny, steam between 1iIelbourne and the different .i ti.rhig-?' plpaggol ttz Q;'i',ip.,·a;illP besup plied during t'".: o,: h coming season: by additionAlFl ;d ' -':e'?ple means tthan tas ithe rto liiad 'Thbe amt, rr lid S,mt t !wi.eompIsh the , s: .I. istobe oi.e 'of t hell mgl ?Orderiof, meritfo'r safe and quiekmtriansit;mas :" miranten w,.ill;'be ji erMiili' thle' .,se!tl'~iat fihe distianet et een Queensiioff. and lobison.s 13ay w, Al,r!,, re;ven i: ttryin crou mstances be,'accomplished inone hno'r! n i a fia1 1 h'acdt'iýt a' ta9Fk iK6,-i "the° .'.e al itil thei reaincip er o, slt ',m .ha,:s ,?:,, :, nr: . [etlhOcll'e;. . 0?'L~ r'' ?e ;j , : s.elet;j 1l and'uuliltiC'ad is e I : T.iioe.2/ one 6df tie aeet ai1,i2'.es:, '.what a"e terlmedti;. glty!'el are .stemets. ne un ir ningribetween Crambra a:Headi aidt' Arran" wihe?reti'ereis frequ~inly htbeuivv sea'biut i&tee ltdistance ...

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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

; .jpBRIEFNOTES. :i - : Partial milking siboni?idriesi thescow, and reduces'her valhie:.;*, .'! i! - Barley water will: top'dfarrhieai' icalves?, if the disease ýhas'not becomeitddo' deply' seated.'?? ....... .. Soot obtained -from` a wood fire, mixed' witht'boiling vvater,- and'- allowed" to coobi, forims an"excellent, liquid manure for roses. its I:ffects& in;:promotiig 'the :health and strengthening thiegtowth?'of flowers' are ex traordinary:.'. ..: . .i One of the best thingsain-the world to give a horse ~fter,he fhas,.been driven.,hardi is a: quart of oatmeal stirred.in a quart of. water. It :refreshes anbd dtrengthens hiim, relieves 6is immediate, ,thirst,, ?nd' prepares his ,stomach for more:6olid'foodd. . ,-, It is well known among observant poultry raisers that those breeds of fowls which are large layers-and non-sitters possess an al-' most insatiable appetite for animal food.. It is'the gratification of this appetite'' which makestliam'such inordinate layers. ! -?...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

,Mir. Gladstone has a great likingf`ohis'old clothlies, and wears a suit' lo'ng ,ftr'ýth&e trousers have ,become ?.baggy 'at the .kneer. When a new suit had ben obtained.,for him and placed in his dressing-room, he eyess it. ask?nt, and puts orn his old friends"evcry morriirng as bcfore.' Then, after.a fcew'days,; his servant enters the dresing-reom stealth.-:, ily, at night and .carrfies.away ,the old sanits thus compelling the 'premier to, appear next :morniig clad in the hew garments. Says a coniitemporary : "Ho?r; some 'girls'a talk about the proposals theyp'have: rejected -it'is abominable. They can have no, me?rn 'tive for it but, the indulgence of; their, own . ;vanity. :It must make'the poor man, doubly.' uncomfortfable in a refusal to kn ' ii that his `unsucbessful effort will be published far and,. wide.: A;?reallynice and: true-hearted, girl would never tell anyone--except her mother,, and ?ne or lwo 'confidential friendi."" This saves the expeinse of telegraphiii...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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STRAWBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

STRAWBERRIES. . Strawberries may be grown on any solil tliat will produce corn or potatoes. A light clay loam, well enricled with rotten barn •yard manure, is theimost favorable Boil for 'most varietie? ,As soon as the plants are recbived from the nursery open the package or box at onceand'dif pbssible the same day. If the grounw i. nobt ready, or for other causes the pl nting must be delayed,.undo -each bundle 'and head in the plants in a shady place, or cover with damp moss, and keep in a cool cellar until ready for plant. ing; In the Aardeti, plant in rows eighteen inches apart?ý atttl twelve inches iii' the rows; after every third row leave a space of two feet; instead of eighteen- inches, for ia: path. , In the' field, for" cultivatioi by horses?,the:'roWa should be three feet apart; After tlie'eds.tre- marked out, dig a hole for eacrpl nt,argegenough to admit aWlt'hi' roots ofuth 6 plat without crowding o bejid .lqg them ofer.,-Theid epread- the' root`"in "?he' hole and carefu...

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A Religious Dodge. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

,A Religious Dodge'. :One of the most remarkable characters in the history of crime was George A. Brine, Wihb died at Sherborne Workhouse on the 19th April, 1881.' In his autobiography he relates how he bought a bundle of tracts in Liverpool, and, taking a stand near the Ex. change, commenced to sell. Presently, a policeman ordered him to move on. He de= clined, and was taken into custody amid. the cries of `" Shame I": from the Ilarge erowd which had collected. When brought before the magistrate the next morning, he was told he could go, on promising not to offendagain. This he obstinately declined to do,'and, as a consequence, was fined: ten" shillings and costs, which a lady in court paid. On. the following morning he again put in an ap? pearance at court;, having been re-arrested the day he was discharged for the sam?e:Of. fence.. This time; however, he was not fined,t but :was sent, to gaol for. seven days, the magistrate remarking that it was nselejs to. fine hini, as sdiidf6i...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NOVEL MODE OF FINDING OUT A THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

N OVr QDE 0F ,FINDING_ ,OUT A THIEF. Idn India, servants arem not always extra virtuous. This being the case;, a gentleman was inot surprised to.findaring that he great. ly valued gone one morning. After asking the Iservanits al irod?dvwhether: theyTh'ad ,taken it:andhaving'received th'e stoitnttist, denial of the theft? fro i deach; he' whte"in'd' told a I.friend,; Mr. Bellinghamsof: his, lose That ,gentleman :consoled:; himitthnes.:a ' ' Leave maalone,' ?Ill fiiid, ont :the'rasc:a vld}o stole- it -if on- will-only-let- all-your servants comi'ein.la body. before me tbo. inorrow." This being agreed upon, Mr. ,Bellingham called nextr.day, and all the servants were ranged' efore lhi? He then spoke of the theft that hlir?db-eh committed, and added that; to findsout the thief;'he would make munchtha, [magic]:' iWhen he had spoken the charm he would stamp, his foot on the'fldor,aand the thief ,tibria wouldt iinmediately catch fire.'! After' mumbling fo' a shor trime, iMr.Bellingham cried...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A String of Similes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

A String of Similes. As wet as a fish-as dry as a bone.;: - , As live as a.bird-as dead as a stone; . . As plump as a partridge-as.poor as as bat; As strong as a horse-as weak as a rat . As hard as a flint-s soft'as a miole; As white as a lily-as black as a coal . As plain as a pike-staff--as rough as, a bear ; As tight as a drum--as free as the air; :As stea y as ine-unceiieain as weather;. As heavy as lead-as lightas'a :fether; As hot as ailovln~ asl cold/as a frog; . ' gs ay as a laik--aWsick as:a:dog ; .. 'As slow, a the. tortoise-as swift as, the! wind; . .As true as the gospel-as false as mankind.;: As thin as a herriinig-as fa?ida apig'; As proud as a peacock--as blithe as a grig; : As savage as tigers--as mild as a dove; As stiff as a pok:er-as limp as a glove; I As blind 'as a bat--as deaf as' a post '; As cool as a cucumnber--s wairmas 'a toast; As flat as a flounder-as round as a ball;:, As blunt as a hammer-as sharp as an.awl; :As red as a ferret-as safe as the stocks;?;...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 14 TH JUNE, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

i. ii i i . SATURDAY, 14 T: JUNE,:1884. : n d WE referred last weck to the woork ? beihng:arried onii so.energeticallyi by thel, cw Sport's Club i imaking' the =reeaton reserve ?vorthy; of Queenscliff; rid- wej.i have miuch pleasure in givig'p ubticity' tothe fact that it ;is?the inteition 'doi ithe clb to have a Mboitra ThiUn 'to assist themnCin 1 aising;, theinecePssry;?i ,'[ds;' Gifts and;donations are soli`itedl' ' ";': -towards this object. As it is'tlieu thn-.? ,?I tion of the'isomnmittee to liave thie a ar " nion books distibiutd l oad over , th' colony as quickly as possible, those,"' who intend to' practiallly, assst ii hl ing on ithework, .are politely requested . to lose no time in acquainting the club as to what they ~lntend.,o give.g1?i yCirculars are'to be sent to the'different? ?: tovnus, explaining the object for "hlibch: donations are solicited ; i n dou all those excursionists: who come lierei inL the summer ntime' will assistl I the gook -work, either ;by gifts or...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

Lrge~assortment A#; 1IE PATTERNS Just Received. 1"CHTNJN PS lir . ý i6ý New W 6eiraria r.Wid ' a i r ',' .p· ýis("1ýýýr'.*'ýý ýýr~a Ji'))l.· C ," DRAPER. I ' . SPIRIT; MEROHANAT ·. ii. ,;,. , e h :;:i·· ;,...,:, O IC~JI M).; 1:;.t Corner of a Qneens cliff. S &. ,"h)-?I t.)1*J. i': ' : ý_._-.1 i. Amongst theopurchases thisweek wll ,oi?'id' an assortment of-- , ls?and Medium. Flannels, White .d: .a ieosBlIuace Sateens; Black, - Muslins `r-nd"iCtoriYa Lawns, L.ustres, Cashmere, 'i?iseyse, ;Velveteens 'ind Satins, Fingering. 'WoIts, and Haberdashery of all deseiptions, tays, Rufflings, and Kid Gloves Women's and Gir's Hosiery in al1 the best winter-colours. , Men's Hosiery,. Shirts, Collars, asv~r,. and.:;,READY-MADF CLOTHING, Frenach FeltHate, ""e ., Etc. .. . S Famil Grcer , S ',inend Spirit:Merchant. ' t.. i`,' ,I. aS, l:~ : E "rthenwar . :B ', i . t el L ,• ...R?teensei ,?,,.l.::::,:,,;. : "-: r'::'t I: IONG MARBLE AND' STATUA:t WORKS, .. TREET, oPProBITE , POST-O$ICE. A! IA...

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HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES. DISCONTENTED WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

HINTS. FOR HOUSEWIVES. DISCONTENTED, WOMENI. ' :: If we look,:into the faces 'of' the, women' whom we .meet: walking along -the: street,' we'shall find that many;of them.are discon-. tented. `The': corners of their mnouths are, turned down, they iave 'a disatisfied'ilook in their'eyes,;and two 'iiglylittle' puckers;; .forming a scowl, over.the nose, tall of! which", tell a tale. These women, are grumblers, fretful-in one word, discbontented... "A contented mind is a continual feast,"' says the proverb; and, it may. ie added, a discontented mind brings coriti"n'a~il"ini'ery." It is very often caused by ke'r. little troubles. If we could get behind those: acqwling, irows' and gloomy eyes, :and find. out what ~was working in the brain of ie d'issatisfied ones, we shouddld be'astodish'e'd iof'lidl' what sliht reason there is'forthe grumbles ahdgrowl, Very ;often qdress,is thoughtto -:,be .at the' bottom of it. _Mrs.lDiscontgntdoes.niot like to submit .tdo her 'neighbors we ring a lk whi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WINNING A WIFE AND A STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

WINNING - A- WIFE AND A iSTEEPLECHASE. "A stormy night and a.bad road," said a voice at my elbow, 'as my tired horse trudged along through the pouring 'rain on a road that I had never travelled be fore, and which could only be seen at in tervals as it was lit up by the, lightning flashes that preceded the thunderous peals which had lasted about two hours. "A very bad night, indeed," .said'I, trying to make out my companion's fea tures,.as he, mounted on. horseback, had overtaken me without my being aware of his presence till he spoke. "Going far ?" queried my companion. "I hardly kniow6" "Irieplied; " I ex pectedto have reached my destination long since. I am trying to reach Mutalla, but the further-I> travel, ,the further I"seem away froin it. I was told it was only two miles from my..last.'halting place, but I must Hiave travelled twenty at the least since then. "And you will travel till you're grey headed,"remarked my companion, laugh ing, '!if you keep 'on in this direction. ...

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Antiquarian Researches of the "Fungus" Club. No. 5.—ORPHEUS AND PROSERPINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

IAntiquarian Researches of the ., : 'ý'Fungus" Club. i'N. 5.-ORPHEUS AND'PROSERPINE.' SIn the minutes of the "Fungus " lub, we find that Brother Bubble one night read the .following paper on Orpheus';id Pro serpine:- , ,, i· ; i ::': , I'. Mr. Chairman and Gentemen, -TI reading from classi'e hitoi. yone cannot but have nioticedi te roiiantic andsome waikt' scaindaliusi talefof how Orphleus aidd Prdserpine' pirted, and: how Pluto got mixed up in the domestic relations of this hitherto 'happy family. After due con sideration of , the subject, I have come to the, conclusion that the whole tale is an allegory, and will, therefore, asIbriefly as possible, iimake known to my brothers here assembled the result of my inveitigation. SIIn the first place I have been'forced t' the coliclusion that Orpheus was an organ griiider, .and thatithe story of.the lute is a -mqre.myth. Orpheus had a wife.named. Proserpine. One day, gentlemen,-itis re-, lated that.Orpheus went out to earn his daily bread...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Hope, Living and Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

Hope, Living and, Dead. i As shower of rain:to song of .b'irds,?i, As, thornsto weary feet, As wind to autumn leaves, 'As sickle to the wheat; SSo to the heart the hand of grief, : So to.the eye the tear, When Hope is dead and not-a rose. S:To lay upon the bier. As lillies in a desert place, S .As stars in leaden skies, As sleep conies to a weeping child When angels kiss its eyes; So to the heart the still, small voice . That whispers through the gloom : "Dead Hope, I say td theb arise - And make life's roses bloom I"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

AAny descrniption Hof General Printing executed i First-class Style with Quick Despatch, and for Moderate-Prie at the Office ofo I " .;' i I i '. ",i 0 0 tz-, F, : l .º.thisN ewspaper Ia the advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy ecusatomers-Special Inducements '"forLg '~ dcin s'nd Low qutaion to .

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THEN AND NOW. THEN [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

THEN.AND)NOW. THEN SBefore I feed the.waiter,'·'. "It'was my'driedful doo"n . To-get my dinner later Tha: anyin the room. I fssteda 'y-muy, It '.l 'lb Of feasts I used to, deak , And everything was chilly Excepting .the.ice cream.., 3 r J When mildly I protested, And ordered othert'hihings;'! i He looked uninteriested, ; A?d flung sarcastieflngs. SBisnose was e'er inclined up.ý , - ",, He.mtttered 'neath hisbreath,;; I think.he'd made his mind up ; !, ; :<' ; To'starve me quite to death. I never could restrict him:. I shuddered at his sneer--. In short I wasthe victimn Of dignified hauteur. NOW But since I feeed the waiter, He's nevei?rut'ofsigiht; . ! ' '' Unto:my, wants he'll .cater, Oppressively kidlite. He hums a tune ecstatic;- While taking my behests ;, In manner most piratie r He robs the other.guests.; , Aroundmy;chairhe ingers,.i ;: He smiles with allhis might: .,- 1 , Re tries things'with his ffners; , Tomak, quite sure they re ights ~ , 1:: Aesthetic hislpositi...

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