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The [?]zoic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

The odic Society. i" We are getti e familiar with the Kali , zoic S Who ne h the greates Th hings that'are Aa 'ofourrathe N fautify our el. Or try m;ployed " who T if' goin to p.iht ; lo5f trees, or osme or name So he made a,,spcch the,.other day, which, • ..th '',t was.rther, loug,' ,f"..... ' dohpleely pLrd'vcd, his lhng , gUd his And lie paused ?bati for a moment,"at his au dience to eejt = ?' ? ? siW Pund that ithey u they w ue up s ort y' afterwards and' n,, .'erycArad TeL d .'t?.ir c ca'ý'i ii 'That:the presideitial ~peeeli tlhabQday was .'. e crm . w.?_dnF: .. . in hiseryegotdind`ed 'ý Iin Wft .in -th 'tfutrife im ,y titthflonoe ittle ! ;,notoriet3y:? .?.?.,? f, ami:4p ,l, :, I` '.) Bu~we',ý,s sljgli:suggestigg, ývh}¢p eely. nde lý 1ac upon i on not fa ¶ IIdistSra cnaip;,: ?13 ,i'`sli oj vo . ,.,; I'.wonldrimprovdet1ieir rplans;ihd4sp o *AAA ;;tpir~common; spasant ils 1srm c , By proving that he ear t as ore than a pretence; F1 '!t? i: u.. .? $m, whexi ..they. ý tA-.1 .... . ...

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

BLUE ? RIBBON. The weekly' meeting of the Blue R;bbon Army was held inthe. Foresters' Hall on Wednesday night, and the attendance was very good. The leader refers to the ineeting, and welthink i:if some of the, suggestions -were- carried out, these meetings. would be far ,more attractive .and interesting. The `singing of the Blue' Ribbon choir formed a . ery pleasing feature in 'the evening's entertainment, and proved.; a great relief to the chairman, who had unexpectedly and single-handed the dificiul: task imposed on him of keeping the ieeting interested:. The Rev. . John Gardner, in his, opening remarks, :sAid that he expected that the audience should conduct then-. seves inm an ;.orderly manner, and he would.see tihat .the speakers did: not wander from. the subject nor indulge in personal 'allusions.: He said that on the Cliff, which had been so highly favored by nature, the results of the curse 'of drink could be:seen. No one could read thie newspapers without being reminded of...

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

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

SPORTS CLUB.. A meeting of'the committee was he'ld 'on Thursday in St, .Oeorge's schoolroom. Mr Kerr occupied the chair. Minutespf previous meeting were read and'coafiiniedfThe chair. man stated tliit the tireaisuiir's state6drit showed that £33 31s hbad been paid in wiiges, &c., and:that the.funds were aiready getting low and would be exhausted before the work wiissinished, and proposed.th'at teps be at once taken to get in subscriptions to ?arry out the work. Proposed by Mr Rankin; seconded by Mr A. Williams-That the trea surer be authorised to draw the necessary. amount to :pay.:the men.-Carried. It was also carried that the. necessary seed be obh. ,tained. It was moved by the secretary, and :seconded biv Mr fHodge-That Messrs Kerr; Rankin, and Wallace be.appointed to make a house.to-house canvas with a view of ob taining honorarymembers and. raising neces sary funds -Carried. Mr Baillieu moved, Mr D. Williams seconded-That the balance sheet be published.-Carried. Moved b...

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

WhI dont youfavo r.r Archer, ,mhild ?t "Oh Iir the' best of reasons, me. One can' expo?'tni diuihuclihtfi bltinlsociety with. an old.fashioned cross-beau j" c A tim'id'young man has mlarried a lady wl se weight verges cllisbrl upon two hundred p ol ' My dt'ir" he'sags t h' f, !" shall I helj]u ovrthe'fuce ?'. ..No,!'say she to mf help. thh fence .. "Is it possible;' miss, that you do not know the p.mes ofpsoue of yqur best friends;' inquire4 a gentleman of a l]ady '. ?rtainly, she replied, " I don't even- know wlidt my own will be a year hence." I.godold men, in Epping, went to prayer meeting the other night a' ig ~ y ell ,asleep.? ,ie.W. called uppa't.:o .of, "irayir, and ,sng duifUly' poDncuhed by hf~ tetihalf, bel lovWed O ''Gol'd darn it Betty)iklhdleiti your T.yd negres iot ....ak.if . a pair of new shoes: lit Negro+-"Clams; Jimi, dat's a fopt'!" Ho- long's yefshoe?"i8epeod Negro "' EiFhten: inches, fd?6de. Lii !a/trirjP short at dat.' First Negro-" Hi!.dat'swhat~yer sought 'ca...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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QUEENSCLIFF V WANDERERS (Geelong). [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

QUEENSCLIFF V WANDERERS. 1(Geelong), This match'. wilh?be' played to-day on the 'Battery Reserve.- Queeiscliff will be represented by the follo iing players; who are requested to nidet on the ground at 2.45 sharpi play to ;commerice at 3 p.m..- . : W. and W. R -Arkins J. Briscoe, C. Baillieu J. Fanning,- Fahey J. G.. Henley, D. Jones D. Jones,,Rý and B. R, Jordanl W. Jamieson, R. Leech W. Priddle, E. Stephens F. Stephens,.-- Swanwick E. Todd; A. H. Williams captain E. S. Wilkinson,;R. Wllard Emergencies--Long, Wells, Sievers

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A DESERVING CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

A ? DESERVING CASE. TO THE EDITOR. - Sir,-Knowing 'that your columns are ever, open to the cause of charity, and that you" have a' kindly ". hea'rt towards the poor and :needy, I venture to call attention through your valuable paper to the case of Joseph. Aiken, fisheriman,, who (,ince the death .of: his daughter, somee sii week ago) bhas been confined to hi bed'. It; has been rere sented to me that' his family is in raiher straiteed ciri?mstances. ''I. have been thiliki ifie.dint .i" tho ifd i-ne getiu gentlemen *ho 'pronmote and brought t.o a suiessfui: tr?niation the concert. for the :Sports ' Club `could and .wiuld d Io .something similar in " the couee 'of charity.--Yours,-&., -& 116th Junie:' ,SYMPATHISER.

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

PRESENTATION ... MIr. ? George Martin Bower, who has just re tired'f ro tht pilot service in Port Phillip Bay was presented with a testimonial on Thursday at Scudd's Hotel, Williamstown. The pres entation was made by Captain J. K. Freyer, therepresentative of-the pilots, in' the pres ence of about fifteen member$ ff te;ppilot. service and a few friends. The testimonial consisted "of a handsomely jfrained.illutninat ed address, containing 'i fi6ul. anchor on the stock and a scroll.'; ,Tlie following is the address- . TO: CAPTAIN ,GEORGE MARTIN BOWER. Dear. Sir,-- . SThe occasion of yoiur relinquishinig active service to seek a well-earnled rest, :presents to youtrlate brother pilotsiia favo?irnle opportunity of placing on record the esteem with which they regard you, ind also of testifying to your many sterling qualities. '. For, thirty two years you have been a member of, the .Port Phillip Pilot. Service and have undeniably ;demonstrated to the public your qualificatiins as a seaman...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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"ROUGH ON RATS." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

"ROUGH'I ..O RATS*,, Clears ouirats, nice. roach ee,fies, ants, bed-bugs, beetles, insects, skunks. jack rabbits, -ophers. Druggists. Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, General Agcnts.

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

MARCUS HILL.   Two meetings have been held within the   last fortnight at Marcus Hill in reference to the erection of a church on a site given by Messrs Allison and Knight at the corner of the Geelong road, on this side of the State school. It is proposed to utilise the old building. The meeting of last Tuesday was unanimous regarding the necessity for the work, as the present room is thoroughly out of repair, and not now conveniently situated. A canvase of the inhabitants has clearly shown their desire to help in the matter, and, a sum of between £50 and £60 is at present upon the treasurer's list, justi- fying the committee in commencing work as soon as possible. The people of Queenscliff   have always taken a great interest in the church at Marcus Hill, and largely contri- butcd to the success of the tea meetings from time to time held there. This short ac count of what is being done will no doubt continue their interest to help.

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

BIRTHS. PRIDDLE—On the 13th May, at Mercer   street, Queenscliff, the wife of A. T.   Priddle of a son.  

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We should think so. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

We should, think so.. , A girlis sweet,. But, oh, iowB bitter The'same-girl is When her clothes don't fit her. :

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Unco Guid. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

, The 1Uneo. Guidi ,i i LordcT hurlow's, sharp and,,to the.point reply to the. vote, of thanks of the working men 's~'clubh and trade · societid s for his efforts on behalf of~td sensiblRe Suiday deserves the, widest piblicity. Loid::Thurlow saysa, that, according, to the. creed ,of jthe .Sabbatarians; there is no harm in rich folk looking at live liois ai'tli{ Zoobon Sihiday while poor folks miust'ndt see the siid a aninin1s stiiffed in the Britishi,?tiseunmis He,, stries: the right na'il on the head whenihe, says that the .present undayinmtOlerance is an invidious distinction. between the rich aia tithepoorI It is.; Half -the people'#l6'io'e· ldidestin' in jrotesting against the poor looking.atpitctures on Sun dgy would-be the first to, Iresehnt: theislightest. interference with their own, pleaures and pastime'son'the firs" day of the veek. But if' intblerane is' terribleihlEnilanld on the Sunday'~tlestion, it is simply outrageous .in Scotland. The Dumbarton U..PJ, Presbytery has ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Young Men, Explain all This. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

Yo.ung iMen, Explain, all This., After;a man has courld a' girl.with quota-, tions from, the standard poe, ddresseed originial liies " t her eebrows, and seren aded her withn' baliijo ;exied rincipally on-.his;:kiees at iher feet; ;v6wed' tha?t the world. is .divided.into. twc, places--",where,. she is and where she isino, ;".. after; he :has, sworn to.'challenge his rival a'nd ill himself if'slie'siy'"nio;" reinarked thst*hi' oca iiever chihge; and .pro tiised todevbte his life ;toproyiding her with allthe luxuiies'df the four quaters.of theglobe, beginning with a. se'lskin''d6olman andi diamond eariin., and so won her from 'Jdies, wh6'thlugli' h6 estly in love -and. with, thebest"intenti6ns, 'never ,thouightof. saying orpdoiiig,:all,' that; after, she~is "coirted and married and all," and, gone to'houeeping,'it does seem a shame that he ihould take to sinbbing hier, a'nd be have: ak though she hadi dragged him,b an un willing victim, to the altar I j Andyet, howif ay'romnantic lov...

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A Button-hole Hoax. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

A Button-hole 'Hoax1 [A clerhlioa lia sjust been consummated.. A number of gentlemen` has received' a letter from a lady;asking.them to meet her in the stalls of the Haymarket Theatre, London, on a certain evening; and' each was to wear a button-hole of lilies and violets, while she would wear scarlet geraniums. Over sixty ý:4"i 'inS" ap'pJared; and the fselllieu edom liiigkiiiiwn;~lthe jbke' caused iiiiihi amusbment amongst the audience.] Dear Fweddie, it's weally too dweadful, The way thit'~i?e'i appie's been sold ; But tho', my dear.boy, I've my, head.full Of the sel i'?i.i' 'scarcely unfold'~ Thebhorwible'tale, for'it twuly'? "' - " IsorSe thaon'the nightmir one gets After suppers one pays for so obwelly, With'te e'dearlittld Gaiti~ety p iet:. :WellI if I;iiut tell 1yoii the matter, -A . dearlittle:soul; as a Ithought 11- Appointed th' Haymarket Theatre To meet her--I went, and was caught. She whote, "If to meet me you're willing, A button-hole be sure to wear." I made myself aw...

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How to Write a Christmas Story. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

How to write.a.nhristmas Story.i ' "Is thisth& literaryd'ditor " i . +Thehdorse repdrter iooklied. up, and' dis !coi~eared y6dihglidy 'staiding'in the'door I' ' ENdthiadame,"'he replied ;' I suippose you h'ave brougitian'oiiginal stor,and :want the!literary editfo to coniiiuni withi it." "Ye,, s,'rdi 4 ethe' you lad, "I havewrit +en' a',tory, and mamina thiink it' is verygood'. " . "-rI' th?re. nything in.it about .the.leaves turning -to golden, and? the velvety green of heleavesl ,var now .looking seeand' brbwn', i Hebai?iseif tAiere i1 it won t do: 'The Aul1-red:" glow-of-the:dying ember racket is what we shall show the public from now until Decemr, hber:- Got any dying einbers iniyour story ?" ' "No6;sir. Mine is a love story.t'" ';' "That's all righ.' .The 'dull,'red'glbw of. dying embersiirorki;in 'beautifully,ina love 'story; althbigh ia? a rule, young men who' fall in love 1don't'ha'?v b curreiy-itibiiugli to *buy A cord of wood to make embers of." "But why miust J iy...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

We liave been requestoed-to notify that a concert will be held in the Foresters' all on` theil (iOthl i ro., at which Miss Christie Fuller, the celebrated contralto from Melbourne, has kindly consented to take a prominent.-:part;ýrh wFle vill bei ably assisted b3 favori'te amateursfirom Geelong and.?Queenscliff.. he proceeds are to be' devited to- fund for reniovat :ing the feinciing- round St 'Andrew's Preshyteu'un Church. For further piar titulars see ad ertisenlent i next issue. of:the Quei?aecliff Sentinel : A. special meeting'of the conncil wasn held onl Tiesday niht, andii the posi2 tiwn with., regard to the* matter of oosts. in the late law suit taken into coaisdera tion.: The town clerk Was instructed to: enter into correspondence ;with MeIsrs HarEioodiýi and Pinicott: with, a vies ttos settling :thie matter. Wells' EtRoughl oni corns." Ask for W.ells' '"Rough 'an coris." Qiick r?lief, c9nplete, permanon, cure. Corns, wart?; bs!iionso ? oses, Moss & Co., Sydney, ener...

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WINNING A WIFE AND A STEEPLECHASE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

WINNING A WIFE AND A -STEEPLECHASE., S:; (Concluded.) .:' For many days after my foolish remark to old Warley did I mentally curse myself for having' been' so' foolish as to provoke him, and when Lizzie came home from her visit she also looked serious when I told her what an ass I had made of myself. Buit there 7was .nothing that suggested itself td us but waiting for the result, and in my own 'mind, though I tried to inspire Lizzie with hope, I knew there was not the ghost of a chance for me, for a few trials at the distance with Don Pedr dhad pioved'"to tie 'thtIiftori ld not live with him for threemiles, though, I made it very merry for him for two. Jemalso.helped. me allhe could in preparing. Bayard for the.coming struggle. Hle knew the position in which I stood with Mr. Warley, and I believe if I had been treacher ots e~nough to ask him to lose, he would have been very much tempted. to do so; but we had Comet-to beat,' and if I couldn't stay with the Don, my chance of beating !...

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BURIED ALIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

Of all the horrible and appalling calami ties that can befall mortal man, we can: im iag ngnone more ghastly than, thatofr being Ui $jive, and well authentieated'l ecords, have placed beyond a doubt that it has occa sionally happened... The case of the lady, whose ring, cut from her fingers by midnight , v.iolatrs f her tomb, was.the,meons, 9f say S?.rfrbm a dleskufl fate;,dikas) eenli often told. Her son, the eminent Dr. L-, born m~h'i fil afte r hi nmotherh' adbeen buried, ithey ihikina gird riiend'dhbf th' family of the writer, one of whose earliest recollections is the hearing the~itory from the lips of an t aged relative, Swhile.,forming one of a group of small listeners gathered around and hang ing with 'bated, breath ,on the narration. Children love to hay the same stories told v r anal over again in the same',io . They 1 Iike ? kno' what is comihg--t ,fvch with thrills-of etpec?btion for'ivery detail. And these details, graphically given by one Who hadlt;h f'inffoitdthe very...

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LOVELY CLIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

LovLEy CLJMEs;-Thero are lovely climnes and places in which the evening 'zelphyis are . loadetd ith malaria aiand the poison.of fever and epidemies. To dwell : there in health is impossible; ivithoutl a sip.ly of lop Bitters ait hapd. These 'Biters imnliai't .aun :qgalihiug strength to the system, anid preirlvents the accum:ulation of deadly spores of .con tegion. Be sure and see

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