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A Japan-easy Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

A :Japan-easy ?:ictory. The international- wrestling- match ,ar ranged between EdwinK Bibby:and" Matsada Sorakichi,;.;the Japanese.: champion; was decided. at Clarendon Hall, New York, :on March:? 10. According : to .the /articles of agreement, the rival athletes were to wrestle Japanese :style: Bibby: had ,defeated. the Oriental:at catch-as-catch-can style, and this match was arranged to give the Jap a show under:rules that he understood:'Bibby, how eyer, did' not apparently:get: the.hang of the Japanese.style;i and, he was .therefore handi capped,.as badly as Matsada -was when,:he met Bibby at ,catch-hs-cateh-can style.',, Al.. Hoefler seconded; anid attended Bibby; while Steve O'DQnhkellU;attended . on:. the.. Jap, and-;Frank Whittaker. Wvas referee,, About 500 persons were present, and those. who paid received the value of .their money. ;The match was a very.interesting exhibition, and, ontime being called, .the Jap, leaped to. the middle of the' stage :with the; agility .of. a ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

S"'" A. M 'Any. description of General Printing executed in irst-class Sty with Ui Dsptch and 'fr ModeratPrice at the Office o 1 ., ethis Newspaoer ,.- Z In the A svertising Depa~rtment every,, effort.?is made~ to satisfyý customers-Special Inducements for Larige Advertisements, and -L.ow Quotations fo al

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A FACT WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

A FACT WORTIHKNOWING. :'Areyou: suffering with Consumptioun, Cougis,:; Severe Colds, settled on 'the BT rerast, Peiuinmonicý in o a;y,disease of the Throat a, rungs? If so, go to your Drug?ists:aiad get a bottle of Boscliee's Gernilal'Syviup' The peole are going wild overiour its success, ancd Druggists all over our country are writing us of its wonderful;eure ahiong their customs. It lhas-by far the :largest sale of any reniedv`sidiply because it is of so much alue in all ,affections of this kind. Chronic cases quickly yield to it. Drug gists recomiend it and pliysicans. pre scribe it ;If you wisih t 'toryits siperior virtue, get a sample bottle for 6d. Large size botrtle 3s' 6d. Three doses will re lieve'any case. Try it.

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

PATENT MEDICINE.-A Parisian chemist advertises his strengthening medicine for delicate: females in the following terms: " Madame S. was so weak at the time of her marriage that she could hardly-stand up iright at the altar'. Noow, after using several bottles of my medicine, she is capable" of throwing the smoothing iron at her'husband without missing himn'once."

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Vested Interests. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

1 'i M 'Vested' Iintel'est§d. { ! ·i. Every woman hiS' right to be of any age she pleases ; for if she were to state her real age, no one .onld ,belihve her... Every man has a iglt't' iver'a Iniustache"if1he can. Every' woman ?who :makes puddings;has a right: to believe she can make better puddings than any 6ther woman in'the' world; . Every ian who .arves has adecided right ;to think of himself, by p uttn?g"a few of the best bits side.7 E verwoman has a rightl to think Sr'ild 'tr'ih ei'ttiest baby iri~the world ;" and 1t':would be' the. greatest folly to'deny he this tiglit, for she would be sure rt take it~s,'hrexjsyoug.!ay .hs a'aigsit'to faint whenshe pleasles, if her?lover is by her side to, The'dark suspicion that Osc aiWilde is the origiral 'a:donl: iis?ing linkis apparently confinied ebyg tect,tth is3 inately I,.t.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Negro Raffle. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

An Negro Raffle. SIn my?tourt"throughthe. Southern States <(says a correspoident?I have inet with niany imusing incidents, bui do not remember any thing that created so great an fxcitement, for the time being, as a "negroraffe," in the town of - , in the State of Missisippi., 1 Mr. - , the owner of the boy, havmg. a note to pay that day, and not hiingt he wherewith to do it, was'compelled to do what he gladly would not have done. The boy to beraffled was .a smart, inte igent- lad, of bout eigteen yrs/of Cage4 'Hywent by! he zane df Bill. ?There wereeightychaces; with three dice, at ten dollars per chance. i vas ~ireseinF"iTw" bnw'?ehaeTffar eama? e rHe remained one chance, which I took and gave to Bill, upon the conditio6nthat hewobuld" .throw- the dice himself,- and..." shake,-like{ oxen." Bill rolled his.eyesin an astonished and'atdnishing manner, and, after a hea ty wwha-wha-wha I in Wicili he displayed. two f~ightfui' r "wsiof ivory, openimg a, mouth "like thei"breaki...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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May They be Happy. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

May They:be Happy. : A clergymanff ho? ;?whiler preaching a ser mon on,a recent, S.i+yivening, perceived a young man i?+s ýsweetieari t under the galler in tlhe a of 'kisiiig Bach other: be hind a -hym-nbook; did'n6t ,losej hisitmper. No,.he. remained calm. He beamed mildly at the offenders over his spectcles, and," when the yo~ingmain kissed'her the-fifteenth; time, he merely broke his sermon, shpi9.,offp in the middle of?', thirdly," and ,gfered a fervent prayer on behalf of the y?oungF 'an in the pink necktie, and the youn~g nmaidi in the pinklsha4lv ho' wire'profaning ither' sanctu arycby kissing one another in pew,78."j- And the congregation said "Aminen." Tihen the damsel pulled her veil down, anditlihyoung man does not go to chiuich now as much as he did. ::

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How a Thousand Niggers were disposed of. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

How a Thousana Niggers were. disposed .of. ,. " A. St,.Thonias., mero?,ant.,related several anecdotes, th most t.remarkable of whichwas asfolliwd*--'"<'' which ,wa s A dealer in slaes u::npn the cdast,_he in. formed.us, had icollected by:purohase above two thousand negro mnen,,.nd.about as many woin~ii anhdcaildren,?He had bbtaieiid'them, for the most'pait, froni the chiefs of two con tending tribes; and they,had begn selected from a number previously. talen'prisoners by one and''the''otier of 'tli'bligerent chiefs. He had mad e'sufficient'proision for their maintenance, for. the, time that he had calcu. lated might pass before ships could arrive for tleiri? transport. 'But the English cruisers having'kept the expected., vesselsi fromn ap. proaching the coast, he found his stores be-' coming scarce, and he. had,been:obliged to put his negroes upon short allowance. He' now, however, became alarmed, lest they should be in so poor a condition when shipped that many might die...

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

A well-known Collins street broker, notded for his liberality (2) entered his offlc'the other hioi'niiA, an warrIyge.et4dff? s book keeper, who that day twenty-five years' ago had entered his biisitessJ handing him at the, same time a closed enveloped with the words: '- There i thaehi]i~sii?rmdrbibanCeaof;ythis day." The bok-4 eegper took the envelope with profuse'W akd but did iot dare, how ever, to open it" Oniy1'at the friendly urg ing of the donor to open it-did lie do so, and behold I the envelope contained the photo. of his chief ! The poor man,.who undoubt edly had expected to find sonmethiig' quite different, was spee hess-with surprise at tile discovery. "Well, ',sadl the broker, "what do you think of ?t?,' ?' Quite like you I" was the lacoic,reply.! ??(; f l

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FITZROY v PORTARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

.FITZhOY ,PORTARLIN(ITON. i Theabove, iatch w:splayed on the Poit arlington Oval on Saturdaydlast inthe pre-' sen:e of about 800 spectators. .?ahe:?visitors were captained. by WV. Davis and the lbcal; team? by J. "Jensen. Fitzroy wwP the toss' and elected to kick to the south goal, with'a slight wind; in their favor. After kick-off the play. was confined to the centre for some' time, both teams playing their.best.; The Port taking the ball with a..rpsh, Lewis scored first goal for the Port aridst greati applause., The ball being sent lolling again, Fitzroy; tried hbard, to .equalise u?atters, but could not get within kicking distance. The ball bjeing takeii forw;ard.again, ind aftedr a lot of shots for goal, W.. Calhotn got 'the leather and from ,along kick scored ,No. 2 foir the red ai n ;,black. siortlyiy.fterwi rds h alf-time whuiwclled, when ithe score stood Portarlington, 2 goals 10 behinds;- Fitzroy, nil. On resunning, play the vi·itors were completely over-matched; the hall s...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Queenscliff V North Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

Queenseliff ?' NorthlGeelong. These .Club~'vwill: eet fir 'the' first tide this seaeqli on Saturdav, june 28th. anid as, boath teams are very, strong ai' exciting game., may be- ekpected The Queenscliff players are.ý: lec uestedi ito meet-oi the tinoun i ,tl2 a 4 i; ? play willnommence at 3-pm.. ;Thiofollowing will .epresent the Cliff: Arkiris Brisco Baillieu, .Berninghani, Fanni,ý F ey, Henley, Jaison, Jnneo orda& n 2( anwici, Todd, Willia~msA .Capt, ,ardley, Emergencies:"- ti on'Di l Arkine, Baillieui, Iong Willard.

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FOOTBALL Queenscliff v Wanderes [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

FOOTBALL QQieenscliff v Wanderers The 'Queenscliff and Wanderers (Geelong)gliubs ipe to try coincusions on the Battery]?'eserve on Saturday afterinooni? in the preseice of' a large number of spectators, , r Fitzpatrick officiated as Captain on '~behalf of the Wanderers, whilst'A. H.Williainmsacted in a like apiacity fur the Cliff. The iisi Stor wthe toss and taking advantage, of a slight breeze: decided to kick ftomn the bairacks end. Upon thel b eall eing kicked off byBLiiscoe it vas rushed down to ttCliff' goal. and the pily for ; 'timnie was vey fast.-.After; a few minutes :.wa? play, which. resulted oinly in a be. hind to tohe' visitors;~ Croft by a well jud ged iick piit the leather 'through the Cliff's posts, but unfortunately. whilst. passing betwee it .struck a spectator who liai4~Been permitted to stray beyond the iproper limits, and therefore the goaF was not allowed.;Thei all for tle next few' vpiuues, ;was, Jpt up, at ;le Cliff Goal, until Croft with a nice little ruin :...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 28TH JUNE, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

-SA'U'Jlp;Ay 28TH4 UNE l b884ipq IT is a wnmatter, ofa'jpgret sai?rpri'i ~thaI thiP' xilitiaa'f'etii ~ ji , iumlier pf youuginen arenuuder:the iiiv pression that.ithei rilles'and regdliatiOjip 6fo.tlie-servide 'areTr "0lnh Ofie'#}?1 ent, nforce thei(properM.-aintenancelomiofmi tary.discipliuep .and so:lqong'asa'ft.i't pi does his duty tlhere is notUing arbitrarY outb .tiei r 1 . ,hose, ,Avhp a Jio.b, l^.ing.oMil t ( o ms.,uprsBsiosnellouitt1 call on Lieut. Tratlian and he willugivi them -all thi?iifoni iuati6i iec ~ ary 'T, local muster .roll number8,,i icluwdinfif' I 'ecruIits, ol1iV 9- a4d.tM'6l,jl eopiIple-E ment tpf theibat'.erylshouldbe5?i?.IAt D.ysdale there is more t"ana duubWletlu'0 nuiiber onithie b1l hani'there t i»r.r,, If wc am it efull.eo-,nt, ,t ISo 1i.ean th .introduction. -, anniulvdll ofI abouteu£600 forici i.culaitin' 'lbillI, anid tlie priodical 'p.Ijintyan ' woui CQi1rllu 1,1Yciyid y.,;,, cpoptmen;ip8; a, apterc of .education maid. to(seev ryodn ri siiwalkinig pg...

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

fi }.ar,ý q" "a- ý LIraarge assorhient of;. "' ' ·j ,NEWI TTERNS: 14 .r JiistReceied _ ( l~trý.,ya. }V ,<r. ý'a r. ý. at.. xt1, :x .. _. $I;" I Tyl1= N' 1i."''2' r , Sle gnt fr th hcw Wheeler 11( iso . '' ·:'· I······: ·· Y S" a ·.;til:: 'i;il Se {} j l1iL" ·,L,· `(' IU : Ft·; ',," 3'F".'! ';ir`;?` )" d:; og ' the Ech et. 1 is?? "'. t ,i' b AND S!,0ind-it ai sort altu - of., .,;. ,- , ." . I -,e d W;7! n ela;?&lu, edica -l nel s , t iii Gi?re Calicos, Black &teens, Bla :.ushn -and' V!:1 tora- Lawns Lusteis, -Bil- . liHN , V I '.--. - ,, *; ** .., . ,-,,' 0?7of, and HabetY' her )f'all iere ption?. '.;.^winter c foolours . er bf i ,./-:; , Hosiery, Shirts, Co rB T, :Searve, and REA DY-fADE .LOTHI c - Amongst teivirchases this week:will bei ilfoiiundian owsorti. t of-. . , *'i"Whlshuiad Medium Flannels.White andI (Gryj Calicos, Black ft)en ,aBlack ...M slins -and' VPEictoria ,Lawn's, Lustrs, ,C ns re, Stays, Ruffliug S'p, and KicomdGloves , iWomen' and Gir's ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WESTEN'S MARIONETTE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

MARIONET, GCOMPANY. '. Atftle°e F6resterrs'" ;li'n' h :uiohiiily1?ii-iMl 'Tucsday:, next Profcssor * Westen~, the, we lI knoWvri Marionette .iprfomnner,ýwith hi.3it, `fdrminhgdogsv ind coinhiuntibwrfi b viiVii' I entertainment;isi ainouueeil to `pelttr i ,above.~i I rofessor Westen wvilvl bis miiheii: b6rcd-:by~ many-?. vith ipl tslre sineW the 1'iS,. timne:he visited this district,twhlie'his 'eti - .tainment wasineievery sense asncatdss Plro. fcs:or.Westcn has added :considerably totli;: repertoire since: his :ist visit;land h'as, plaiyedl thriuighout- the colonies,:;iofit 1NivWZe:dalad, Queenslaud,-:.New Sout:?,1ales ,amzd South A usi ai ,, ,ond,hlately, at,:lie Intcruiitiouva aEhibitiooul ~ld the.mng, sh9%er : hoyld , and,.serbocomicyocalist ( te .of thb,. Mci bpihrmne.iL,.hition poncerts)e,1fio hillsiwi, Jnck's yain"l " ?eitoc in + c the dp. First she, would.and · theny, she nice, to lu a fathei Ae Other, gemtlernc1 will "lso ssst. Thcrie yI ,e can.. pmpgil:nil e eaich night o't...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MALARIAL FEVER [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

MRIAL !t'Eal~lt. .ýiaiu'f iai fp ; 139 '7Ct f kidne) s, gn ; iaý debility, n;r. ijpý}as pcs' andh ncualgic. arilmennts (yield =ictdily tý( thisl great di acase, iconqueror, 4' 11op Iq31t t'c~& It Fi' ii's' the rii.'aýsý diIe~ Qi! converting the .food int, rcqhj~1dod, ,andl itgives, iea ylifepud ivlgour. t'the agefl and inflirm See ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BLUE RIBBON. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

BLUE tRIBBON -; -'WTheiiusuaivweekiy mneetin ers held in the Foresters' Hall..on -Wednesday night. IThbI audli nce was one of the largest and best conducted that,has, assembled at these meet.., ings on the Cliff:' The Rev. J. Gardner obe6 - pied the chair, andithcre were a numbdreof gentlemen 'who bad arrived from Geelong on'the, plitform: :luring:'the ,evning i the Blue Ribbon-choir. rendered some temper ance hymins vesry pleasantly.' Mr Ht?mble. of.Geelong,':said that he had much plensure in. comiing before the audience, and that "his sympathies were eitirely with the Blue Riibon' movement. Some few years, back it was thought that a successful tenm perance imoecment' cbuld n0tt be darried on withoutisome outside attraetion-a man 'with a black'face' for instance. : The 'success of the Blue Riblon movement had eitirely dis, abused:the putblic miind of this fallacy. He, then read from a leaflet published;in Geelong bearing' on :the temperance' cause in that town, and said that though...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

The preferred creditor is the one:who will wait longest for his pay. Why are very young dudes like very new wheat? Both are too green to thrash. Matthew Arnold calls a cow a "coo;" He has a cowrious style of pronunciation. "Light is gradually breaking-me," re marked the imn When =Te -aid l'gis-bill itwice aslrge a? at , 1,1 .', -.t" There's one waist that the 'most amorous :poet-doesn'.t-care to:hug ,*!That'is-the'waste: basket. They have John L. Sullivan cigars in San Franciscog, Waranted to knock out any body in one round. Many a young man has learned, to his sor-' Irow,'that it is easier to pop tlie 'questin han to question the pop.' e A Melbotrzfie pi ?r refiler :nosi been ar rested tordbeing too aweed ton a female em ployee. When Charley-went to:seehis best girl and, ,her father .boinced.him through: ,the front o6or, he said he would :keep his tempr, on' gtlielg l:accounit?,bathe cold nothelp feel mig somewhat put out.: ; "A Farmer's wife" wai. ts o know, if. we can recommei?d ...

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PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN BOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

PRESENTATION. TO CAP S APTAIN GEORGE M11i N BpWEnR, for-over S31 years connected with the pilot service of the port; .was on the evening of Thiursday, the 19th June, asked to meet his brother .piIOts for the purpose of spfi dingt;Eacni-; viaL evwning,and.receiving, an-.address. on after 8. p.mi tle liart? embled in the lodge room of ts ?.?#uoojh Williamstown, t here soime i i .were protvidea. Cap; .ilinn Frcyec 4c`lf`iedtl? e chair,, and Caltpain :'Neilsoi, the vice-ehair. After the usual yMv id , tfo'istsward disposCddrrf.:'ý'lt '?T S"'Th'eclairrinan ptoliosed tile'" lParliaiment ,lof 'Victoi'ii tI" Captaiin' PIreyer said that there "i .were:rinoibnrnmugnquestions n~.iowbefire the !!"coumitiy:' lHe was dof opinioii the piresent P1arliament nimant:,work a:ind ,he!hoped they ,' longviwduld rem:iiniii office.. : ' ' S.?,irNealein the:absicri'ie :of Mr :A' T. :! •Claikrewas called on to 're?pond: , " ? p ii,.i;,'plin: Fityer:'ga?,e' Our. Gnest,"!and isd -s"is =Mr VicedBhitirmnan and ge...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MY NEIGHBOUR'S POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

MY NEIGHJ. OUR'. ,POTLT OS. . Last spring a new nejighour of mine coming alongnhere./wag fittinta piece of iand,like, n. iashheap asked w hat' I intended' puttiig'b'n'the ground? I said"'' Potatoes." "Well," says he, you won't get many potatoes." "Whynot?" I asked. " Because' youilpulverize the ground 'too 'nuli. Potatoes Idontt want so ,much: pains; taken with the ground.?: I will show you how to raise pobtatoes:'" :, Well,,he did, and:this is how; he did it: He took clover sod and commenced to plow, . Inthe first furrow (sixl ipphes ideep) he dropped his, seed, eighteen inches apart, seed cut in halves, one, piece in, a pl~te. Then he dropped seed in every third furrow, as in the first one; after' lle plowing was die';'hii seed had all' been covered." Hel thlen 'took ahiarroiv and smoothed down thie fuirows'gave flat-culture all the summer, or till the vines were in bloom, At digging.time he took a plow and commenced where he had.cleft ,ff plowing in spring' and turned fibe furrow...

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