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THE SALVATION ARMY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

THE SALVATION ARMY4 S TO T EE! )lDl tO R . • V?° ir,- I have read the letteri of yiur correspondent Rambler on the Salvation Army, and there' i.one or two stite menti I 'take plrt'icular exception to. First, when he stateis the object of the army is to supplaint the churches, ,nd second the sneer lie makei-as to tleiP intelligence and common-sense. I shobld think when Rambler wrote' thistihe could never'have.attended any of therii mieetings, as the writei his done:' I have been at mieetings where "thousands wore convened,' and what was to be seen? Three-fourths? judging by' their personal appearance and. dress, had not been within church doors for i long time. The meetings were so well cn ducted, that you might have heardi a pin fall, and as to the speakers tljey were what they represented themselves to be-illiterate men. Like the Apostles of old, they were men sent out without purse or scrip, to rescue thelost. Who are the.most successful preachers in our dayr. Men rho nber had the...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
When Shall I Stop Advertising? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

When: Shall I=Stop Advertisin' Teni successful business men were aSdlqd vhenj intheir iuggmeit, it would do to "'stop valertising" Hear t p 'answers:- I 7d ,~ . iWen populagons ceases to. multiply, apde4i;generations .that crowd on aftdi ;you,? land never,;jeard.of you,9'top co iigg ' 2. " When 'you hayd,pqovinced everybody,' .whose life will touch yours, ,that y?u have better goods and lower prices thanitlleyj can ever geteanywhere, oputeid g your store." 3. "When you perceive it to be the rule that men who never advertise are outstippp , he nlihbors in th ~ lsae lii busi 4. " When men stop making fost siight ,in ygpr,yersight, solely.thr?ugl?,gtk listreet :u e of this .,l.g.t.f .aget'i ,lil: ( .5.;. WlP youBcar rget jh os of the ityg ' ?i*'?,,o a ?,.;,i A ni.-'7 "i:{} r mahas .ecoe tho o'ughly cr" " r'eflhbi?t° t 'wi1t cer tainlysbua thisý.ayar aibb~iv he bought[ last year.':r:isf eds n;: rdý :iru c mr U ; Is? 7. "When vounglercafid'fre~hei; aýgd punlI ,e~Obitsoernsi yotii) line's...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Major Lapstone. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

.":'i7ý'=;tl * .*-*.~ftfer[ I : cefoilrug.;;:=I;Hop~assittingi anteg chiairye yi't`i r4aO1Vef~e I 8ndou v do!¶ nob~}pisx, lour re s 4Žlo infer from this jthat beiwa3 inot, .thib ivar iý clihXatilill d i laN Ofilh on1 Rdao o pork; hi g'Teahddidnspohariju t!rcach~ed pot ` when tie floc, pgng~i~ l;,a ithe·jgltSeticiobli º solf theJigusef lp iipton9C C 'solluc'c T 'e young, ma~i cane 'io h :Mdlii ·Cbgy'·the'.d od~totýl tlrtih`'f lot aor, dowin throihghtithe oeilingl.as' so'>many. yoimgiinen op theiprgsent ceiFturyare ;nlthe' habt oftdojng,:qoo lid' e,}iurst he panels: o'~,.tli?%~~dil2Po sijsrirjiiigý in otth .riescdc ofi his; sire lhe sim1y lifted the afbisiithe hinges ".' i 1. ri 'dutt~J~fJ i' j~ .++r i ,i I` phut that doj!P kult Ieouajpr sit ' big voice wvincha, t o rff'n nlliwi ~ycd his 'onoiu itli:u 's alytiC'Ll gPincel wiiph' caa~d&LijoutWg L'spsto'ie stuchlihu agoniy ,O; embarrassment that hori wisteicl"' butttoni o ' hisivcst, aujip~ubbed~pne f1apd ový1i4anothl e until...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Singular Marriage of Russian Czars. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

S ilý rfiagrof Russian,. Y ,everal-p ter.thec e?ttatcestors were married in the following curious manner : VThe u~p~am i Rs o psai: had not, from the ;yeai 1496, tiken unitdei mseives wives from foreign oo ries.. t acears that since thc conqueAsof Casain x r Astracan, the fo lowed in 'ilmost `cvry hing the siatic c ama. ncipallytit. ofT p nT rnyi Sb it'stisll ore r? embles ?'tlie haji? gao? iii)t M ;i fis that I? orgr. tQlmarra C zairal the most beauntiiil g .,irls fQý .the ce)e ". i... court.. the m hr hoelod t separately, bt tedrete''toiet aodb ? m tak.taheirls togethe t The Czgr .isdi toJl.eelcem eith'r undrr an . umda'aior withq t,4gy;disggi.The marilage day was fixed without the choice heincr known. "On the apJointed day; they preheted 'Eli lAdy.on Piviom the selection had fallen withi.a magnificent'- .weddijg drj ,thiygtherýeindidaysirceivec l ess cepg ly' presents, and returnie niome. o~ Itawiis ftius',thatMIichabl Ronintro;i&grd father ofPetgr the Great, marrie:litud...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Queen Dying of Starvation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

'A?[~Queen DyStrvation. , r.ifjt[years agoq n:old,1,house 'was still: -stand"ig-n "ologne wOicEh .showed to'the s'ree a' iontag nve ismalt.Wm.ows. SIf was'th'd' ous5 i??6i^il;te fiir'pamitero'f th'p&Flemishlrschool,3thet inimortalr Rubehid, wajsibox?i,..',i3577(..Tuixtyq years later! thai' rthis aeOte,1'g _. ftoiias ,oceupied: by. two eol people a snoemaker. and is,wife. The upper stoiý',eyn1 Q' A wa l'ss y let I~o 16tigersi~en'em pt-yia·ithevtime *V;ritý of /rloy, 'owtr, :occqpdildthe -gairetm Thel iffeiing7.,1ase lalAPwe .auds .the h oe-, ,maier and his wife were tsie g tin oeher in SroAdioy.f'au tad t oldupi s irgiarfpaidttle Ifalr tohis mfei' iid ple Ifhbwrdthed:pobri lad'r :isoni'hiold· mian pent out, garlyiand M nopl~been in.sincehj ashe noIt taken anything , "'It is nly if 'iAnbu" siei'e'd was iupstairs, ai d heli itbmoon,bbutilhe .hardlydtbiuchedtit' hand'( I v not.ben nbp. 8n oor,,J !adyt th; tie o?'theyjegrg'and neitheri fire nor; warm S'nd'y am0tul aI 'h 'is' d?fm...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SOME SMUGGLING STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

SOME SMUGGLING STORIES. SIj't?ie daayd 1ihen iighheele' Fr ench ''eb's reketlid:jride of asii'?tfie?'tW *as a sho'-:e-.aldki#d'uLoh' oSPhli'o w hoade?fortunn e `'liy t' ekliof the biest'Pris bdbts t 'a pgive Artcli' a:l,hisfellov-tradeisil'e decl ird,rin, ou. . He ;undersold the trade; at tadlit'd6ti .t.oodps ofý!customers. --,hese-bdot.mupt:i" :stolen, said his rivals; but there wvas no ec bdeibtliatfthey were; dertaiblyitli e si not smuggled boots, for anyone eou1n?satisfy jhiiself tha , the full duty was, paid !upo them at theGqustom-house. The shoe-make retired froin businiess with a fortune. After wards his. secret was acijdentally discoverdd:. Althlio'dIh he hald paid dut'y for' the boots,,.e hd. not paid for everything that was in týg. Hlere was a heavyduty payable on foreign watches; ind every bopt consignedto him *from Piris had:contained in. its lighif hei cavity large eboug jto hiold a watci.I The rgreat it .r :oui ain. , by. tba, trde .. in. lntugledwivatbheb" madsils po...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Dog Fight—after Victor Hugo. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

A Dog. Fight=' dfter;Vidtor Hugo. Itls is"' idnsterti trsnsforms itsemtdja machine. It is a batte ing ram2 It is the 'eW'tra.cVe +f i'mn'9 iP'LP5r It is al mad mass Ati 'the bouncds of a tiger,tth8 stealthinessf a mouse, the- olistincyto an :ai "bfethces -O'Sthde' `3rge, ' iei X-D 'i' idityof'ý F~ffig'si eiefiie 9of the 1I tonqV sot it'iuI1 e ATli t ieth· ase t66onblpassls, 't'ide win2'. 1 hy 1.Pbr 1(a. ;iu4iV Ns{`sd ýe: tie se` diesr~t`bi the You.e can mak 'e n asit'ff' h'ai'reSMX' ktu 1t~e i6 tfle na'dhlifyF' :lfrtl'w sLmw 'h4 'tb'rii `~e' 9t''ýcia cfie fbrrsr gtý 1('Bk itig' ( i soft lri'ii the;:ri I!H ·tl~H YaofcCisake gmsitif tthS( ldoaaosor `'the ýsaeii~iIEetlivs 61ý3 't fti h et andhsu 'ted `I M.FP41 ' aic$ d 'l'i gA·tll at Gri Thee. 'tIi17d ditoftlthe 1 eivdust) n' soked Gra. Z B . t a R ; rl 'gr, ' n '°. doply -,& asp §efI 1&i r" r , ch u at t'ýi u iacýZ ,gte f ight a had insu lJhiin 'v' 12 ? tr ý rEý:i. r ný A i 4r . : 'I fly iduelispir. soL eio C?LL ie"3 h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

" v ' " -- -V. ." ... ZE.. - ." ' . - I.DRAiPER, S IRONMONGLIR, i! 73.'' 71 a7, e purchse wif ' *!i _ ...:?i.wrt aeut of pad ,Hou ediund , l. FaJ.W ite nd' :' Oryi ,Io o a?", Bac atee, ack' b sl nd Victos L.wns, L.stIre, cbm-ere ,w iWiysvoev.eteCs,41i.ti' Ss, Fingear. g L-'.Wools, na talberdlry e"YOtpboaC. -,; ' .;: Wominr . tanld ii Huiy, .'ll4tte bett ,Men' Hdsteer,; Shirts, oeiin ? ? Ipel' S~id' s i BEADY.?Ap '.LOTIIN, , 'ri? uh I. .;+W 7,' W ii?7 . a 5' :-;:' ) ija; ' j; *J'r"..T , '; i. T, .7 Il'll' P P V>APERH'AGINGS8 IEi . OBSD AND ! SO: PLUMBERS, .:' , , Ho ,.ins lp, and ,Locothetito c, . s, Ship R S, ,i. ,. .t I i: inWriters, GirainersT, n De olrators, EiF ., AtDU ; BLLALAT, " - 'tiees? ors'at Quaena-i" li ff; . it". ', ; ,. ? T l i .. : , , . ' l I .. .. . , . l ' ' ' " I . , j , 1 . J7 7 7 ij . Y * *AH ' - W E 3 T, . Chins, Glis, rtad Earthenwrre ..7I;E;LXQ0NG'r.pAjtLe A *W STXTUIMIT ;. , > T I WQKin ,"4S ,Mer oH n ;' ': , ' - . RE , STREERT, opPoT i Post-or"cBL .- ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WINNING A WIFE AND A STEEPLECHASE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

S . a'i v ' J ill, :g rit , +,i, WI NIl I A WIFE rAID A o )3^STEEf ECILAS . +i .I .r . (Continuld.) Shortly afterb?i?ekfast'the next morning I accompanied my host round his' very ex tensive" ilook'of buildings,: ihilst he pointed out theiinprovements mad"'aince he had become the possessor'of the property. Our laestvisit was'to the stable, and after I had admitred hi stud, which' consisted of three .. useful looking horses of aracingappearance, two of which were entered for some local events, I asked my host to finish his story. Having lit our pipes we found a seat and he "'I stayed at Tambo about a fortpight, said he,.' befori '; hlad the, ghost of a' line' from Lizzie dandd g s.eginning_.ohink I ~ liateriIeear out when one day, one of the boundary riders rode into Tambo, found me out, and handed me a note in writing.' I am almost ashamed to say how many times I kissed. it befbre I 'opened it, because. it sounds stgpid to anybody that wasn't as far gone as Itvas. When'I read it, I f...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 21ST JUNE, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

S: ATIfRDAY, 21ST ?JUNc, 1884, tsa.meeting,.on o Wedeayvsight last: ip;'the Forestere'?lall.was a very?eredit able 'one si far' as the behlavior,of the 'iuidiec 'ias' "concerined,` d' tli'is was i;nlyudu 'ueto o;the, standiiade liy ilie 'chairman, the Rev::Mr.'Gardner .,at the-r. a p thiing' of-'th'e"icti'etitig. '' Owing, to. di ~a oipiitent' promit~ers were* not ale' to secure any speaker to. .suppoj ttrthe:chairmanL; and:.hie had to 'kdep?i tl ineotirig interiested. ,the 'vhole popiitlar,; rectitions, solos,ý, au,-|llule should ,.be given, .to, ýI ike :,thor?t tiore attractive.:: It doeBi not necessarily follow tthat thli ole prograrnine'seniild con tinuously harp on the tetibtal string, a;in a:small comeiity like? trl;uearly" thel'samner audience attends eaohtnight aid th a satiiesd iie'f the speebles in harpingol 'ithe one ', h ecoguelis fiat, stale and uniproiabl'e; cili a course could be' followed:dosas :to give' amuse rinent arnd instruction to the audience, arid the n'iimi ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Mashing Juror Victorious. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

A- Mashi t e{ or"Vfettis ' - ove a air w ichbegan ina Baltimore tcohttrom dtfing th tia1a fuifta ll case has..just terminated hire' in ma ron. Thei gfotiis. Ef ,I,: Bt redi ,lurner, a young member of.the Corn and Flour Exchaige,r Sa.d(t. i:blide is, ,Mill Mai~ddc . sCaldvell, daughter of Dr. J.ohfialdivell.-1 Iastspring th'e,grgng~ ady'sparbits:ereminterested?,.ith, many others in a suit to breakA;the'Tvilli of .?oin6rolT1 iiJmns; azvery'w(althy:.mani, on the ground that he wase:.of u?usonmd minds When.lieymade: thediiit._ Mrotibn for a new. -triil-was made-on-the" rouhd th-t young, Turnerr,.who wp one of. the jurors, was 'in Sue'i ced in }ivming the verdfct which se Aside' the will,aby.oft speaking glances andl sweet: smiles ; f 'fh'ed p rtt,' .brigh.t-eyed MauC:d DepuYr Stfd;t' At1torfiey f'inis'declared teat' he, hadenotilped ,tl exehange. oft: glances be-i t .n the g(Qd-looking jror andt1 e.charT?' ink witness uting the tihali Wlieni he.ury back, and she reciprocated the tejider...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ST. GEORGE'S SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

ST. GEORGE'S SUNDAY SCHOOL. The 'annual prlsegiving to the children of thebabove school took. place ast 'unday. the 18th intstant, at 3'o'clock in the afternoon. There was a good attendance of the Children long before that'hour, for this' day is natur ally one of great;pleasure. The parents and friends came in smaller numbers. Mr'J. H. Henley kindly gave away the prizes, and after a short and appropriate service he rose and addressed a few words to the assembled children, remarking that he had always taken much interest in the school, and had zealously supported it. by having all his children taught there. 'He glanced briefly at the career of the' school under the able per. severance of Mrs Wilkinson, helped by others, to whom he and 'other Queencsliff residents were indebted;' It'had been brought to his notice that the attendance of the children was not altogether what might be desired; but.he trusted that during' the ensuinz year, there would be a more regular attendance, not only...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Thrashing a Prince. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

'.. e , Thraishingal8Prinee.4if i- - ne day a a rd crit t 9 andiii •gifard "b'efo.?thooeT Ofi theinitais '?id Pdter, the .Grxet's pivateachamlbeb ini the "'alace of. S. ., tersbg. , ,1 eceived t nwa one. Aslie was psing ,o ý Iv foi'e"'th 9, fince OzarApproachte atterptip g to ehitr! H i hal.~he f 1 hbery of calling fuponj 1i =hao % .,1" Y ouloo o} p't ;t "don' yoru kn? ?i.e ?" Tihe t knixm i m? si., r w xr~re , !r M!dss.; ?b pasjt?'i TheJprince?,~iasperated !a'tsthe ;lo' fellpiv's,imp?}de g.e, ý.c k, Ri4m,1 a blpi? tli" 9.o ý 't- "h' Strike"away, rourt less' Said thieisofirut'9can e• ' . ?''Pete'r the iodiý.. hear -?. iftfg the fdoiseloultide, opened the'door, a?dd' inqgiredia~.a nicttt??etand theprnce ?to!?' himi_ Tme? zar ' ay,?r~amlksed, bus n I@ hin alt?he dime.' n thne eveniu), however, Tie "r9 t ý ir` rcc Tj3'ilinf(lid so "iAP ,t.hey both appeftiiel dtaigaamehisowrd cate' ito the soldier, say gb~ tli?p man struck YoU 4inh kgorn ,,,opou must return tth_ blw to that "f'%o*with m...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TENNIS COURT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

TENNIS COURT. TO THi EDITOR. Sir,- - There 'can be no 'doubt thnt;. godd Tennis Court will be the source of mucli pleasure to both residents andvisitorof Queeneliff. " Its 'position reuires but' little consideration tothosewhiiari gifted' with,common sense. In.such a compact place as Queenscliff no other situation than the Sports Club recreation ground; ,which commands a magnificent view should be chosen The 'Club referred to are spending considerable sums of money in making their ground suintable for all kinds of -outdoor ,amusements,' so why should there be any hIaitation witht re 'gard to the position of the Tennis Court. Keep all your sports within' the' same reserve. There is I believe some chance of the Tennis Court being made upon the E'splanade.' Now, I' cannot help. feding that th se interested in the Cliff would consider this a vile mistake, and that' theEsplanade should not be cut u for such amusexments. Confine all amidse ments to their proper.place and keep the Esplanad...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The bad and worthless [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

The bad'adi worthlest are never imitated or counbeiteitd.' This is especially true-of a family medicine,and it is positive proof that the remedy imitated is of'tiihuehighesi ' Al soon as itwhad Been tested and proved b6 the whole wbrld that Hop Bitters was the, purest, b;st' and most valuable' family mnedicine on earth, many imitations sprung up and began-to steal the notices in which 'the-press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of H. B., and in'every way:tryirig to induce suffer. ing invalids to use their stuff' instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H B. Many others started nostrums put up in similar , style to H. B., with variously devised names in which the word "Hop" or "Hops" were used in a way to induce people to believe they were. the same as Hop Bitters. -All such: pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and especially thQse with the-word "Hop" or"'Hops" in. their name.or in any way connected with the...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Chang's Lunch. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

''Appetite .iiitell; I6h6 uldsay s6q1 Just comewith -On''iemarked an official at the rDlnIMupeu-lately in answer 'to a ques tion-put -to him- about, the-amount-of- food ,(essary.,to', * astisfythe, :craving'i ?aobf nga th. uge';hinpinan. Fpllowingthernn,Ithe reporter wasItakenlto where Ch0 g .as about to begi.hims _luncheon, and was pre iunchi?" Bhthe reporter and hisogf declfied. "t74lom going to have so (sentccl^ the gian|;, Nyhogeface worpa kindle Sit dowln..nhileLgetaobite, gr:ie: rked ligaboputdc.thewierihticoublesi.tgSouY During th 9,ses his talk a cardfl notewas d. ofl a..te,. and-when at mark ea Oh fram U ;thl'eipa t hie ote- o.o -For "rg lateso?f~ p, 43 frie aoyaju;i'a2 4ite drloin. steaksvi ) .b1 bakeoat, san? 2, itsies.O2Lstewed celery1?,~2 upta. mm mince pie, 1 apple pie, a cream pf ns, b ananas, a pound! of: in gs, hi2 o lan ,2'giner-snaps andi- slice of bread and butter. He also dranki l are goblets o1atg nd 4 cups of coffe' Scho" Both the reporter-meandwheis I id iact...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE RING AND CAP. A DETECTIVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

RINE Gr AND LpP. ý A DETECTIVE STORY. (-iA4g rest proportionrof burglaries have beesn traced, to the perpetrators by means of soine S.c. J ti' jnca~ . 1 ehii. lfe4idr some ?O |or oter signs2,iusf6i~~iii ih~iin the l chain of circumstantial evidence. Early one: morning notice was sent to,a police statidn in Liverpool that the premises aa hadiz and a. onderable Sun Inspector D--l, an able antsharp detect ive, was' instantlyon the spot. The articles stolen were a box of dollars' of the value,.of£200p'twenty pounds weight f of cigars, and money in bank notes and gold' to the amduiit?of t £220.,iAn'~enitrace had been effected 'to H ---- a&nd ( premises *i tfbrot s lhg fqor immediately Vto .theni' ' i W ?igbe. bexi fortiaily oc?uptid as a f warehouse by another company, but was th ,en ty. ý t ~he ,brglars..out a hole Inspector, D- first examined narrowly im.tlpfloprr-abovoe,,wherp,. were several foot~ 4fl? ??atkeSwhich were .sufficient ti show that t hb" fbi6teiiafk. w.ere of diff...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General Jackson and the Frenchman. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

Ge eral Jackson and the. F enehman. ....art ofthe- npa i{phown ip in.defencee of New Orlea 9Rqipted of cotton bIes ;( cours ,t}edr, ýag9o'sm?.iomination ised min selein nne -m ' -protperty.pgre than in2i other ; but 30 laterchant, whose stbre' • was. cleared of itr.contents, imagined schl liberty too nrr.o4"g good thing. He ' cordingly came down to the spot where hlie soldiers.were..piling..up. .his, ooton as: a d? fence against the.. British artillery, and udly as he'thouht fell in with Gendral ,gdLi w n i eg addre ed iisel; saying: i' . iý'.G.eeTal), ist .isogadio ,yqou.man;t tke iy cot f iq ud d ýsed1{ykdi 9areof,' Ai r. Ja'ckson akm' ivery .etlr i `he Was ,ther?meichai~: nstiintlyeplied; Begý I ,know.my;.~w? cottj~oiever we,;,1 .lknow all T. helGene teleh coolly Pturned rpiuib to s dfile f'hts dfirnt ntiilinidi tb'hain the1d Freinhmand a`.- m !sketJ..This; being Apeedily ' ergrne~teaid.A,' W, I y: god " i tirt most propj .person I -l nowof tb dfend your'own propert, stir; from t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Girl Everybody Likes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

, The Girl Everybody Likes. i i '- Sfris n6t beaiitifil---oi, ribno nobddy. thinks o callin.Je tlt. Not one" of, !dozeiteatell4U 1lr b L4 blue." If yu 'sh'oild ask them tode~crib' her, ;theylwoudldlo la, "She i. jt~j right," and there it would.end. . - ,SKi~e;is afini""-hear6 llar j in-lovih' bet, wiching maideni, without a spark, of envy or malice in hertp1vs composition. h'e len 'joys herself, ahd whiits everybody else ,o; d6o the same. Sh?e has:*a~gif qAkindworil and-. a pleasant smile for the oldest man o, womai ; iih fact;i?Ic.tfilifi bf nothini she resemblesrjmore than a sunbeam,: whichl brightens every.ihig,'itAhbomes. iei contihe':f ss gyis heir .marnkeL ttentionij from'ich. : Mr. Watts, who livest ini a mansion! on tlhe hill, to negro SiofthnsJtlfis) w'eeYpUAlUl d -_ Agm fhlr 2l at dmiring eye, and. my f6 themselves, " She is just the rigt s~rPt-bf si If " yoiyibidg~h 'ofbfie tb ff i v e with< oe6l {anbther, astOwholntaltlhswhow hr thlie.1io% , latentionr^butersh...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

ounces of butter. lThe are nice without any filtolfring, Ibi? if preferrid, aditt/iaigted nut. Sor pderdl cinnamon ,is not amiss. For tn bakilng of. these cakes a parteuTar ironp 1t needid know?n a wafer-ton?gs' Orease these well,lliur 'dlia'iif i pdoif in ''i dieeti-spo?nfull ifZ'batterr thrustthbe irom. in the oikt;holdJ them ;the aly hredtutr- ftpt;u Hitt©$ fe a unuy S4 tt r in44mays exuda ,l a gea,, rai dish reatly .rrest the irons. pon a-table close.at Ihand, and witl a fbrk told the wiqfer up .Jt?tQs' small roll i, cak can o re dainy an eiciod ifsuccns;ful. ' If, upon trying, the batIerl be a little too shdbti and:brepk, edd, a few .teaspdonfula. of milk, and, the fault will. be corrected.--Neio' yir isa Cook Book.. OitA?c ' l?dh ARAiDE.-Allow one tipoind sugar to onep'tiindifruit. Pare half the orange, fd, ter se crapln offas nmch of thee ,biteinner ns sle, ih yllo partn ne shreds with a pair of scissors: boil this in three waters' utipl tender ani trnspareit,,andsild t aside...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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