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SOLD ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
BOLD ONCE MORE. They met in a beautiful room in a large hotel. One of them was pale as a ghost, the other blushed red as 8 cherry: Presently they came tbgether, and although mnany pairs of eyes were watching them, they kissed. They seemed perfectly happy, but only for a few short seconds. A big man? ewaggee towards them. His face wore a determined frown. Raising the stick he carried he struck one sharp blow. Oh, the pale -ne was sent spinning away. There was n'a crying; tPi grief at the parting. Nobody fainted. Nothing happened. You see billiard balls are used to that kind of thing.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE. r IARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HI'M. MR.. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD, BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIMh ANDI FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON SIDERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Travellers' Club, Moore St., Sydney, 3/4/13. CLEMKENTS TONIO LTD., " For years I suffered from CHRONIC fnI9 IPGESTION and DEBILITY, and, as my profession is one involving very strenuous duties in the interests of one of the largest international firms represented in Australia, at times I found it very difficult, on account of ill-health, to perform those duties, satisfactorily t...
Shooting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Shooting Accident. Whilst shooting on the break water this morninlg a young man A. Johnson fmet with a lucky escape from shooting. His companion a lad of the same age -having placbed the gun on the pier for a while, sat down beside it, .and observing a bird, he jumped up qg4cikl? Whilst doing so he must have touched the trigger and the acci dent.occured, the ball of the. pea rifie entering the lads-- le a little above tue knee. 1Fortundtely the accident is not considered as serious as at first thought-. This, perhaps, will make others more careful, A. Johnson was taken to Geelong yesterday to be treated.
Vehicular Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Vehicular Accident.` Whilst returning to Queenscliff from the Portarlington football match on Saturday last, a wag gonette, in which were seated.Mr and Mrs M'Phersin (of the State Savings Bank), Mr and Mrs Bolton (Grand hotel), Misses Toy (2) and Miss Dewar, and Mr Pennefather, collided with a large heap of road metal, and overturned. The escape from serious injury was marvellous, Mr and Mrs M'Pherson alone re ceiving injury, Mrs M'Pherson a nasty cut dangerously near the right eye and Mr M'Pherson being pierced on the right wrist with a hatpiu. The other members of the party suffered more or less from shock On releasing the horses one of them galloped off, alarming the residents on arriving at the stables. The unfortunate party borrowed a horse and completed the journey. The vehicle, which was owned by Mr L. J. Priddle, with Mr J. Warren in charge, was only slightly:. damaged. The neta! against which the vehicle r; -i overturned, has been placed!lose - to the road and indiscertnabl...
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
POLITICAL. Mr A. T. Ozanne, selected Labor candidate for Corio, addressed a well attended meeting cf electors in the local Town Hall on Monday night. The candidate touched on matters of finance, protection, de fence, and double dissolution, &c. He condemned the Prime Minister for what he termed an untruthful statement that the Senate was re sponsible for the Agricultural Bureau Bill not being made law. He also charged the present mem (Mr Kendell) with want of sin cerity as far a protection was con cerned, as he stated that gentleman voted against protection being brought before the House last ses sion on the motion of a Labor member. The speaker was listened to most attentively and was frequently applauded. In reply to a question, Mr Ozanne stated that he was strongly in favor of the Initiative and Referendum as a most democratic move in the govern menit of a nation. In regard to the double desolution, he would not blame the G'overnor-General; but would say he was ,rongly ad...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Obituary. We regret to record the death of Mrs von Beschwitz-of 'Felsenheim,' Point Lonsdale,which took place on Saturday last. The deceased lady had been in ill-health for some time and had received special care and attention, under .which she had benefited, but only temporarily. Mrs von Bechwitz had resided at Pt Losdale for several years, during which she had gained- the high esteem of residents and the many visitors. We extend! sincerest sympathy to relatives and friends in.their bereavement.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
St. Andrew's Presby terian Church. A farewell social was tendered Rev. D. G. McCrea, who has been locum tenens for the past three months, and Mr B. G. Warr, who was recently elected an elder, an ardent worker of St. Andrew's for a number of years, and who, with Mrs Warr and family, have re moved to Geelong, The social was held in the Methodist Hall on Tuesday, at which there was a large attendance, and was presided over by Mr M. S. Caithness. Songs, recitations, &c., were ren dered by Misses Moore, Harwood, Roddick, Edward, Mrs Thompson, and Messrs Guyatt, Hartley and Thompson; Misses Stephen and HiMsch a pianoforte duet. During the evening Mr Robt. McDonald, senior elder, presented Rev. D. G.. McCrea, on behalf of the congregation, with a beautiful enlarged framed photo. of the church, neatly inscribed, and Mr Warr a handsome silver hotwater jug. Both recipients acknowledged the gifts and - the kindness which prompted them. Short addresses were also given by Rev. P. E. Mall...
I. O. R. ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
ANNIVERSARY. The second anniversary of the Lighthouse Tent, Queenscliff was held in the Methodist school hall on Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance. The 'visitors included Bro T. Smith, District Director, of Melbourne, and Bro G. West, of Star of Hope, Drysdale. Mr Hughes represented the A.N.A.; and Mr M. S. Caithuess the A.O.F. Bro E. Guy, C.R., pre sided. During the evening a P.C.R's certificate was presented Bro P. E. Mallilieu, who has been an ardent worker, for the I.O.R. in Queens cliff. Addresses were delivered by .the visiting speakers, special reference being laid on the local option question of 1917. A programme of songs and recitations, &c., was rendered by Sr M. D. Butler, Miss Lily Currow, Bros P. E,. Mallalieu, A. T. Thompson and M. S. Caith ness. Refreshments were dis pensed and a very pleasant evening was spent. Congratulations were extended by uifembers of local friendly soci ties. The singing of the National Anthem concluded the evening. A meeti...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
IN MEMORIAM. STRAUCH-In loving memory of our cousin, Ernest, who passed away on 28th July, 1912. We will need God's hand to guide us One day, o'er th.e rolling tide, Will you be there to meet us Billy ! When We reach the river side. We knuowi(ou are not lonely. i On that beautiful golden shore. There were others waiting to meet you Who had gone not long before. -Alfie and Victor Wills. tryt antia, Saturday, July 25, 19a4:.
Church News. Services on Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Ohurch News. Services on Sunday. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Preacher--Rev. W. Watson Laidlay,. Th.L. METHODIST CHURCH Go-to-Church. Sunday.. Paeacher, Rev. P. E. Mallalieu. Evening anthem, ' Come, Thou fount of every blessing.' Pt. Lonsdale, 3, Rev. P. E: Mallalieu. R.C. CHURCH Masses 9.30 Evening devotions, 7. -ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ..Preacher-Rev" D. G. McCrea.
Football Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Football Fixtures. The following are the fixtures for the District Football Association Competi tion: July 11th. Artillery v. Queenscliff at Port.: Engineers v Port., at Cliff.. July 18th. Port.. V. Queenscliff, at Port. Artillery v Engineers, at Cliff.. July 25th. Engineers v Oueenscliff, at Cliff.. Port.. v Artillery, at Port. August 1st. Queenscliff v Artillery, at Cliff. Port. v Engineers, at Port,. August 8th. Queenscliff v Port.,. at Cliff. Engineers v Artillery, at Port. August 15th. Queenscliff v Engineers, at Port; Artillery v Port., at Cliff. August 22nd. Artillery v Oueenscliff, at Portt. Engineers v Port., at Cliff.. August 29th. Port.. v Queenscliff, at Port. Artillery -v Engineers, at Cliff..
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Personal.. Rev. Smith MacBain, who has been absent from Queenscliff for the past three months, is expected home to-day, and Rev. D. G. McRae, who has been officiating at St. Andrew's, takes his departure next week. Mr H. Crowther has been trans ferred from Split Point lighthouse to Point Lonsdale, and Mr Hackett from Point Lonsdale to Split Point light. Mrs Winch, a resident of Queenscliffand formerly of Talbot, on Sunday last celebrated her 90th birthday, and was the recipient of quite a number of good wishes in recognition of the occasion, which were appreciated. Mrs Winch, though at an advanced age, is hale and hearty, enjoying on the whole good health, and recounts many of the incidents of 60 years ago. Cr Cuzens, who has been on a lengthy tour in Queensland re turned to Queenscliff on Tuesday, and has absented himself for a few days in Gippsland. Cr Cuzens speaks in high terms of the pos sibilities of Queensland and its many beauty spots. We hope Mr Cuzens may be invited to rec...
STILL ONE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
STILL ONE MORE. -----+----- A freckled-faced girl stopped at the post-office and yelled out : "Anything for the Murphys ?"' "'No, there is not." "Anything for Jane Murphy ?"' "Nothing." "Anything for Ann Murphy2" "No." % "Anything for BoblMurphy ?" "No, not a bit." "Anything for Terry Murphy ?" "No,, nor for Pat Murphy, not Dennis Murphy, nor Pete Murphy, nor Paul Murphy, nor for any Mur phy, dead, living, born or unborn, native or foreign, civilised or uncivi. used, savage or barbarous, male or female, black or white, franchised oz unfranchised, naturalized or other wise. No, there is positively nothing for any of the Murpheys, either indi vidual, jointly, severally, now and forever, one and inseparable." The girl looked at the postmaster in astonishment and said, "Please to look if there is anything for. Clarence Murnhv - ."
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
THE conference of representatives of district municipalities held on Thursday in Geelong came to no decision which is likely to advance the position of adjoining shires and boroughs. The business dealt with was a matter of repre sentation, and it was resolved to urge the' Minister of Health to briig- in a bill to amend the hos. pital constitution to enable :district municipalities to elect two repre sentatives. By a mischance, Crs Klug and Thwaites, who were to have represented Queenscliff, ar rived too late to introduce the :financial aspect of the question as affecting the borough. This was due to the temporary disarrange. ment -of, the car-in which they travelled, but it is a pity indeed such was the case, as the other re presentatives... wotld have been given soniething to think about as concerning small municipalities. ThaI. ;only 'hope at present for Queenscliff rests a, to whether the additional representatives will be agreed upon, and if -so, will Queenscliff be represented ...
THE FARM. ENGINES ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
THE FARM. ENGINES ON THE FARM. It will. be very interesting if sta tistics could he obtained showing how engines have entered into farm ing .and grazing operations. The "Scientific American" recently stated that as far as the United States are concerned, in 1911 three companies alone made upwards of 100,000 engines ranging in size from 2 to 15 h.p. Eighty-seven manufac turers reported that they had sold since starting in business 655,000 en gines, while seventy-six firms report ed early in 1912 that their require ments for the year were at least 705,000 engines. As nearly as can be determined there are 750 manufacturers of gaso line and oil engines in the United States, and fully 500 of these make a specialty of farm engines. Their output must be at least half a mil lion engines a year. It is safe to as sume that there are about 2,000,090 gasoline and oil engines on American farms at the present time. The num ber is being added to at the rate of about 500.000 annually. The average s...
(All Rights Reserved.) A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 15. CHAPTER XLII. MONTEJO'S ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
(All Rights Reserved.) .....H THE Secret Tsland. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 15. CHAPTER XLII. MONTEJO'S ESCAP&. - The Russian proved as good as his word. He led his companions across the.:open space adjoining the prison, and then went tortuously . through the darkest and narrowest streets that could be found. To reach Gov ernment House without encountering people on the way was, of course, impossible ; but the daring three, trusting to the excitement and to the fact that their faces were partly concealed, pushed on calmly and swiftly.. At every few yards they met armed' men hastening ,towards the lower town, or pouring out of their houses. And the tumult that rose oh all-sides baffles description. Children crying, women shrieking and sobbing, voices questioning in tones of wild alarm, the clanging of bells, the dis tant rattle of musketry and roar of conflict-these t...
INSURING MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 25 July 1914
INSURING MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS. Owing to the T~Ig?geinufiber of ac cidents occurring every-year to moun-i tain climbers and tourists in the Alps, several Swiss insurance com panies have established an accident policy for the benefit of persons un dertaking these mountain excursions. For a premium of sixpence a season, certain Alpine clubs offer insurance to their members to the amount of about £4 10s., with medical care, etc., included. The amount of the Premium is less where groups of five' or ten persons are insured together. There is also an insurance policy is sued for the winter season against ski and bobsleigh accidents in the Alps. 1931. To make potatoes dry and mealy when baked, put a fork at least. twice into each potato to let the steam out. When baking grease the, skins first with a little butter, and when cooked they will be beautifully brown and crisp, with the glazed ap pearance that makes them so appeti sing.
LIFE ON A SUBMARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 1 August 1914
LIFE ON A SUBMARINE. -+--- The active service in submarines is limited to a period of three weeks; on end--dsring the summer, and one week during winter. The rest of tht year the officers and men live in v-hat is called a " parent "-or "mother" ship-but they "exercise" the toat three or four times a-week, generally from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,, go ing through various evolutions, such as diving and "attacking," and also torpedo-firing. Let us go down through the hatch way of the little conning tower. A few rungs of ladder and we reach the main deck, the only deck, in fact, of the submarine, inside the " fish," in the hull. .THE FIRST IMPRESSION is one of heat. The air is close and heavy, and, as a seaman expressed, it, "Ain't it thick, sir !" and he ad ded, "It soon makes you feel sleepy, but tlhey keep us so busy in here that we get over the drowsiness." How smell! The highest standing room is Gft. Gin. high, and towards b:oth ends the roof gradually declines and the floor becomes narrowe...
SHRIEKS FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 1 August 1914
SHRIEKS FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAGE. A young lady who is often seen on Birmingham concert platforms had a singular and amusing experience when returning with' a friend from London. Just before reaching Ox ford the speed of the train began to slacken, and the engine to emit some particularly loud and piercing ,histles. Our heroine pronounced the note to be C in fault, and was challenged by her companion to reach it. There being no. one but the pair in the compartment sht responded with a great expanse of lung power, and to such effect that the sound of the engine was as nearly as poss"ile reproduced. Whistle fol lowed whistle, and-to each an echo came from the throat of the singer. This continued for some minutes un til all at once the train slowed down and then stopped. Heads went to windows and it was evident some thing was wrong, for the guard was along peering into each carriage. As he came to that in which were the two ladies he repeated the query he had evidently been making at eac...