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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

*-;. --X.-S A11 su I AmiSnn-n- r-im·ir s *i S O EED ariet o' N ew enis I --BBITTANIA METAL T : eots from 2 to 10gil. |?,ilt i TeT Ursiis ana'Coffee'Pbt' - s. HA 's China :Wanroho t ie lyyrie street, Geelong. r, *4.^ 11 0': D:- ; raper, OutBtetr,: .J i Sj ' I ne and Spirit Mlercliant..,: Queenscliff.1 iC.i:ihina Glins, and Earthenware.' ". ,RS E. WILLT, senior, Iegs to aPs .I nounce that she has .R.-PE?i -, At the Cornerof : . :lHESSE AND STOKES STREET. .1nAn; entirely fresh supply of. Good s oi ":handaid as the stock has been pr?cha5ed ji.,, the irices quoted will ivC'e etsto. mers every satifciction. ;)' " Ad.,IRlOERIES of thebeast qulty ... : ' ? ,?lan bapnt, butter and eggs., Vegetables fresh from the garden; Tobaccos and cigars of the best' bran??, Qj -i, , .t *:- . f Mill supplied. " 1eidents and Visitors-. ia s Do:not forget the'ad?'es Corner of IHESSE 'ND'sT OI?C STREET". Gl EELONG MARBLE AND STATUARY . Lr:, ,,,r ? 'WORKS,i)O -' I.... o .-RYIIIE' TRET; TPPoSITE }rlir.t> ?;...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Not such a Fool as he Looked. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

...Not.-suh-a-Foo1-as-heooked" "'Pearances are deceptive,"?'an 'o'mnib~s' driver said to a passenger 'lately. t,About six o'clock-lastnlglight a.young man ~ ialed me, and came on top to smoke a cigar. He was a pale-faced, slender, foppish, dandy sort of a fellow. He wore one kid glove, and carried the other glove and a dainty little walking.stick. As he was going to light his second cigar, he took two from a little case .monntedif.in gold,land dri~ledll' DwI ah, see ieah, will you t eae, a ciga-a-ah ?' VIdid thake thecigar.anli was is w jollygoodi onpe, "A little fariheW''fo 'iis?oLgh fellow with a bull neck:and a~big, brawny fisti ot on,, nd sat do}yn, xext'to toihe littie Edanddy. 'No'w? hohI somyself thiere'll. be fun, and my little' friend i's: in for ?i. The dandy, ?with :his littie cine a~ihid gloveiin'hifis'igh and?an, was, aittingito iriglit?tof ne, aind! 'the': bully-I had. see. shm'ofteni, and knew, him twell by sigit io'be an ugly customer-was aglittle to my left. . , ?t ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Starting a Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

Starting a Paper. "Hello, old fellow ; back so soon 1 ?"- " Yes," replied Colonel Muleberry, whom a friend had addressed, " and I thank all of the'dconibined powers of 'deliverance that I succeeded in getting back at all. Let's step in here anudget some of old.Toms rye." :The'6oolonel, with the bright banner of" high hopes blazing in the sunlight of enter prise, had gone to a remote section of Arkan saw to establish a newspaper, which, as he expressed it, shouldl ".par?yze the natives." "Here's tobyou," said the colonel. : " Ibe lieve that I once heaidr you. express your self favorably 'coicerning the project of electrifying the country with'a modern.jour .nal, established in one'of iiiitre's uniutilised places. Take the advice of an abused fool and desist. I left here full of energy, and came back lame and withn.a..appetite satiated-with"difgiu'ting adventure. c I loaded my printing material on ta wagoii and after a week'sf drive 'over a roadlwhich, compar?e i th..othermroad' s a n...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 16th August. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

OROUG H COUNCIL. 'it" Monday. 16th August. . P?resei~tCrJ Arkins, Baillieu, Co ',tier,Cuzdes, Horne. After Crs Cottier and Cuven's ha ande' the' usual declaration, thkeatte was voted to,the chair.., M:.1oved by CrArkins, sesonded by Ci Horne-.That Cr Stoneman ben mayor !'for the next year. .' '"Cr Arkins .iad previously been'asked 't'occupy the position, but declin'ed the "honor, as he considered it better that the - gentlenan whom they had elected should "take the reins at present, as he had greater opportunities than other count pcillors of working in town for the benefit of the borough. . r Th'' gpprosntment of comitte was Jefttill next meeting., i ' cThe 'following letter was read fromu Dr Scott-" It'is the universal opinion' thaitle dirainage oiQueeinecliff can only be effectually carried; out by,'a plentifnl supply, of water, and I. uniderstand anh a plication is to be made to Government by the EBrongb Council for aid in pro curing fresh water. Of course this would be a great ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

Men who wire in-Telegraphists. A cored tie-A nigger's wedding. Table,of contentas-Thedinher table. SA feast of lanterns-Eating tallow an dles. : ,.7't A man of cuffs and collars-The po ce. APn ex eal viPrtue--Patience as a m(cnui A commercial traveller - A merc ant vessel. . . . I "-U'P bic- busi~ The sale of alcholic Not a slell of enchantment-A long spell Wasteful and ridiculous excess-To paint ,flwersjon a flower-pot. 3 1 i The hat tribute of a gentleman-His'salu. tation ofsailadyd.uO ,*sq'I S An aucnee e ' d, and a post man as lie's directed. .. , . . The man Who recntly algd Into a great I'dbtli 6id thfidghthias b1een rescue'd by mens of a diving.bell~ i )!..-;!:,, ) i, . : The consciousness of wrong-doing is to the soulwhat'a;oprgbttrO pegA-i a boot ilsto the foot. You can't be happy, till yo.udp 'ome. 'thing alit it ' i: " . '," ./i Aphilosoph rs %:".A;brave man: carves 6ut- his own- fortune.: Ao- dioubfl but -let., that brave nian atteinpt to' carve a spring chicken.jand.he'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE SALVATION ARMY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

THE "SAiLVATION.ARMY. To tlie Editor. Sir,--Tf was witl considerable inte rest T Ihad the ioriresIlndence in -your I ' nil cgj'iel.al '?ll' f . ?J? i "ita k li tim h the " flh 8 "rph tio unwAorthy. ti it w ol d thiat on the face :of them they bear: the triaces of laving been inspired by one !particiilarly, connected wjiL4h'.rJith. '~ Army..li'to dmnisl the chllrch goer' in anliswer lthkbis, I would re comnie, ,itervie to see the reinrks -nade by the._le.,D. Mackenzie in tlh ",ItyriestieetPresbyterianChurch a fw' ii alatli? ago,as they :appeared' in the Gelong:Advertiser..' Mrf Mackehite's Sehirch' : in Collin;wood f, re. ith ,reatest']alnr ofthe A golin ! 'ie 'pesnotiomplain of their emptyngl -,,i)liis cliurch,' but, ;thel reversie, 'by 'aiddjng many to it, and thq great'labiodeiciribeid j.lin vhtin"asbein done .biy them is soiie thing wonderfl ,in bringing the vil. .i:.? t~ ' -I sh.in... • e 's . and. ',f mankindito feel tley are siners alnd i? beingiled to feel they are sinners.',...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Not in it. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

,hey had a supper in tle Teiighborhood ivend cdri bd f. byfthd li1. The'onditions. were. thsee 'For every?,wQrd spotOn bIy the gen lgemen, ;t tho pupper, table a fpfeit of ione peniy.gps-imposed;;but1,on1 the other hand ((, duties are alwgaysco-, prveleges),'ilt'w agre hthoever eojd weather the whio"oe s:,ipe', s i !g a .queries, surprises, and ingenious questions without replying,, shouldbe entitled; t it, gratuitously: Att"last 'all fell out and paid the pcnfalty save one individual-a queer ghap--whom no one. seemed ltikilow. ..le attended strictly to business and 1passed un, heeded the . jokesd gib~s aind ichallenges. They quizzed him, but all in 'ain. He wrestled wvtli theiturkey andigra lpl.ke'iith' the. goose:. .He baled out they oyster .sauce with unswerving h'iad : and finally,,vhenihe; had finished his first piece of. pie, .he pulled out 'iipockets?,late, and wrote on iti,"a large and legible hand, 'I am deaf and duimhl," r 2'1

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRUDE NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

ORUDE 'NOTIONS. By' Rambler. ;F~otql1l is iAbout the bemt Igame'e no of'for tihe doctor's interests.. 'Nod other game can come near it. If one were only to count the number -of acci dents which happen in one seasoniile would be surprised at the number and variety. During the last sea.son in England I notice by my English files that in one town alone (Liverpool)' tlere were several deaths that resulted from this innocent pastime. So pronounced was public opinion over it that in each case the juries at the inquests allded riders to4 their verdicts, that restrictions and rules be provied in addition to those in.force among the clubs for carry ing on the game in a less brutal manner. But accidents are not the only accom paniment of this game. Coarse lan guage and free fights are often thrown in gratis to add flavor, the same as spice in a pudding, So strong an ele ment has this become in some instances, that no lady can venture on the ground for fear of having her feelings wounded by th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

NEWS;;' AND'' NOTES ";, "' Ii our.'advetising `columns ,iM E. szensannounces some great bargains in drapery.goods and boots for the next eight days.' ". It'will be seen by advertisement that ,oir gifted military friends, encouraged by their deservedly late great success, are favorably 'entertaining the ide"of ashsist :iiing at an entertainment in aid of the Kensington Public Library to bi held in that institute on Wednesday, the 27,th inst. We trust the affair may receive the support it assuredly deserve's.: We are informed that the Minister :of Water Supply, has appointed Wednes Inesday .next, the 27thlinst:;at n6in for theirceptiin 'of'a depuitation friom the "con diln. Iýd'arntage will: be taken, of the ,isit to push: forward other.' matters requiring attention. The councilmeeting •fied for Monday' night 'will: inot be held. ,.'IThe improvements effected at :the cemetery have been, the subject of much favorable comment Several ot the old,' :gnarled, and unsightly trees lhave been...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BETTINA MAZZI [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

B TINA &AZZI E IRENUI 135 VENSON. "Ol! wh cwilcae the r, They gallop fiom theo'lo?' And surely "is an idle taunt, With this day's victory gained, To let yon painted falsehood flaunt The very sky seems stained !" So spoke the Duke: around he glanced To see that eacth rank heard;-. But every eye was on the ground, Thd hatt ed' belfry1 bmlhershakeT Thai highe'Lspfire' dfal; t , Beneath a doves weight mLgl?,. a _k. _" ridlseveiiscore feet down-il Each thought : " Cut down by hand that flag, Foolhardy were the rdeed, .Whennne three° pordr?tlidYps~ itslfi? SAs breaks a witheredreed "' T" I;: . But just as silence'grew to shame, And none would lift his face, A sunburned child her face, afame, Stood forth belor? his Grace . .? i .Se oh'lsied ; gave a hasty glanpce,, To wherethie fling fle'w hig Then. stammering, slie"sad, " My lord, , .iMayT~T--have leaveBto try "!'di:i`b '.f1' l "yuuchild?'' lie iocked. i' By Mars?;youc0moe n' To school thbesevetorans grim.'~ i And.your reward?',: ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Sanitary Lesson. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

S A Sanitary Lesson.Pi: Under `Poe- Beiiedii t XIV. a prelate was appointed to superintend- ~hescLavnging of the 'strcets of Rome. *' rpaid, however, but little attention totlihtdiuties t of'his oece, and as a consQueniiei off:ii s sA~eiiAne6 tide streets were in a truly deplorable condit on. 'he rope, bei igaware o hist-t 'of~things, resolted to admniste:a slight punilnisnt to this easy-goingrelate. One dclayi he latter on his way toisit`another dcigni of the church, `had't passthro gh a pti cularly dirty stfeet Beriedic gotto Bear of it and contrived tonieet liim i?that;very street According t the ttraditional custom he had to aligh? ;from his conveyance at.the ?f?oach of tl?e Papal state-coach, in order o receive thc blessing of .His Holiness, on his krlees. T4.e Pope granted the-no doubt unwilling - eques- to the suppliant who lay deeply inmersed in the mire, and conversed with hib%, for a long space of time very affably `i$ the` most indifferent topics. Then, giving him from hi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MIXED FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

M ?IXED FARMIN ..G I Mixed farming has it, advantages in some resa. pects, it:the aer , ?is not too ambitiqus'to s : 'his one¶ite.?farm produce the fruisbad giI suis of all idlll es'd conditio' s. Whera f raises, j i .at .. attemrpt - to raise a little of :irerything,,.he .i reasonably sure of succeedinug in some?fhing, i this' way he may secUre a living, i hle3ais very:ceritain tijit he: will doin more. ;'yb abb in a little of all kinds he may avoid spending a few dollars in their purchase; but w hsere he-saves (?) one dollar in this way he sacrifis. an op'potunity for making. five, by de-: voting his land to such crops as it is best adapted' toproduce. Invegetables, fruit, rye, buckwheat, ineans, etc., there is nothing like a sandy soil. It is also excellent for dairying, sheep.raising'and poultry-raising; :In fact such a soil: offirasust the right kind:of a chance for " small farming," ,asjit is often called, and there is more real com fort an'dijo6injo?ient in this kind of farmi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural & c. CARE OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

his supper all the sam -buthe washing re 'I i I CAREW;OF HIOR DES. The care o1 ;'thie'` i aisls iilpoitaint1as i~s, feed:(' 1Wheai th'e famiielcomtiie. homa'frioni hie day's work all perspiirtion' '~an'dirt, "hq feels greatly refrbshedb's"ý,washihi g 'iqe aeees h supp~erall the same;--but--the washing re reshes hin,,opens the poresTand3contributes to' his bodilj,health. A horse,isbenefittedb blike treatnient. A wise and humane driver will al ways give.,his1,1team a, arpful, grooming at~ the' ciosaer b.'day's.o?i theiy wil hot' only enjoy it lbet will eat better, ?e IOss inclined, tojrub themselves; th m.?.Kb X, addihe? dowiS n ojr e ietly a niht, rest better and be stronger for ethb next day s toil. The Witches" are often t~ht result of working in t1ia and damp. As ta' rule this can be :prevfed' by washing and rubbing the exposed..g.tts dy. e ?~ eye~r yet hilIed In curing s~gh.elsoa, a well-fe -.a i pro perly cared fuir j witt w Wgrm i ~aeiand ad ir cloth, B ittle daily care;,l w ng...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Spring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

-' 1. Spring Notes. In tliel spring the poet climbethblithely up the sanctum stair, Whence he takes his exit down the stairless stairway oftheair. , t?ýJ-, ,? `In the sprifg the guileless fishes grab the S!base, deceitful fly; In the spring the luckless fisher-doth invent the brilliant lie. In the spring ,the,,little .onion igettetla.shbyli out of bed ; Inthe spring a livelier bonnet bloometh on the female head

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Shotgun Policy in Georgia. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

The Shotgun Policy in Georgia. Two men were?'t*ding' t he ga'te of a country farm-yard whittling sticks and giv. ing each other dots about managing women. " Talk sassy to 'em,T;the: manon~ithe outside of the fence said, " an' ye'll see how they'll be fotched down." Just then the cabin door opened, and a red headed, 19ng-neked,.woman:yelled,l . " Say, Zeke, the flour's out I" "'Out whar ?" he yelled back. ::" Out'n the bar'l," she answered. "IWall, put it back an' cover it up tighter," he replied, while the outside man grinned. " Don't you see how she's hacked a' ready?" he inquired, when the fiery topknot disap. peared. " I does," spoke the elated victor. Pre sently the same shrill voice cried, "Zeke, I'se gwine over to mar's, and ef ye think ther Imeasles air ketchin' I'll leave thei baby hyar." " Duanno whether they's ketchin' er not," replied the husband. "I've never seed 'em ketch enything." Again thewheadWas'drii b?k,~ niiiap. pla"use frboi te side. ? 'h7~n4xt'tihie tlie doori ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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All About Fans. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

. :* ' 'All"Abbut Fans. i: Kai Si was the first lidyho carried a.. fan. She ,lived in 'in es whibh are piast and' forthe most part forgottena.! irid'ý she?i as the daughter, of a chinese! mandarin, Whoever; ,saw a iimandarin, even on a tpei-chest, withoutt .1ii?fa ?' 'Tn OChina ' a?Japan to this day every oie'has a fanii;,aid there are fans of .ll sorts for, everybody.i IThe`Japanese waves' his f~u at;X ouAw heuhineeta you,'liy.wyi of `greeting, and'the beggar.who solicits for. ,alms has the e? ieedg smiall. coin-imade on [purpose" for charity preseinted to himn on ,the tip 6ffthe f.ii ??i . j; 1: .'- J,? ; ,U In ancient times, amongst Greeks and' iRomans, finsiseemito thaveo beenenoroii d ; htey were generally, mad eof'; featheis;, sand carried ' b slaves over the heads .of thhei :masters and maiistseso pd otect them from ,the' sun, or waved:ab?6ut'f befj ti~h iiio' stir the air. Catherine de Iedici t carricd, the fiist folding fai ' eeni in" F'rance ; and in the time of Louis the:...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Presence of Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

Presence of Mind. The time appointed for the marriage cere Imony in the church, was eleven o'clock i ?gr -i~iU A ' iit e ordc, were min a close carriage a half mile away at six minutes before eleven. "We shall get there right in time," said he, looking at h' Ptch?o? on 4Now, it is dreadfully unfashionable to get to the church promptly, and Aurora would have felt just like dropping through the floor, don't you know, if she had walked up the aisle in time. " Don't you think, my dear, it would be better to be ten minutes late," said she, leaning against him in a kind of harmless liug. " No. I pride myself on uunetuality," " Now, my darling, don't coax." " Just as you say." She put her hand carelessly on his shoulder, and let it drop slowly along down 'over his coat to a small pocket set in at the waist: seamm,; where`iJt "li~Tire'Tfor a few secorids. ": . . i You have the ring where you carl find it readily ?" she remarked, laying placidly beack in her seat. "There is nothing so aivkwa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Three Ps. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

:^<.', v inThetT-hr Ps "' I "X The thiee"(EnWglsl) ip's-Plum pudding, ;greean ens, and iLoidlon ?porter:;'t t'1 , .:; '1 The three (Scqtch) ip's.-Porridge, hotch. pot.hli, and. penny pies. ,. i ^ ' '"TIThe: lir'e (Irish) p's-Prk, "praties, and "potte." i i , irf, The three (colonial) p's-Precoci'typrotec. J;tioi,,#nd.I.B. *a-t! *fv;--ý)">' .w t ''l i ,l); lir"i'' *:;.i'i'" "l, ';It?, "; .- * l,.l- ý'" d" 1'i. o .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Sensational Journalism. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

Sensationalonai j ourniausm?::, .Itappbers thatmambi the ssassin,?lhen condemned to death; refused tp ive &c dount ofis family and his ant ecedcd on tihe pre xt that -pe had a brothl-el the i~rtny w)io, ul 'ie e Llogoopb ,th.i sgrace "fo his family, would be ~certain to commit suicide, Possibly the criminal expected on. that groutido oJbtainacom utation of the ,catetll \Ied t~fc. Tleito} r is, however, (bfed 1yb dome to tb&mbrdlythe repetition of an old farce enacted fifteen years ago for the first time in connection with the Tropp. man incident, M. Wolff, of the Paris Figaro, ewrites "y follows r_- Whe,Irwa obi Qt? ?h i the editor, dsed to write sensational articles ýonthe~murderemf "the'day- DireTiablr morning, I was awakenegd at seven o'clock nu~ oot~1 4at Milandi wished to speak. to me. L}h? , e!trhi'm,?.?anud foundshim, pacing up and down his room in feverish excitement. What j.ould you say;"g' e' exalai?ied,' as' I entered fhe room/ " if Troppman had a brother,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Definitions from a Story Teller's Dictionary. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 August 1884

eimtons,-from a .aStory Teller's i I iIC- Dictfionary. .; i ARICF,-A flea jyantin' tswaplloa sa i BAIKER-Pple' asIs elrs a sellin' what they knead. '.iae ow.ILw . SCOBKSOBEWS -Oiposition cindidatesli' corl-jackets.,, , . ; * : ; . ?" ^1, ... . . " iE~dtISM'-Tikifim by'thlyard in'.thiBidn! by th' iiticA X0 1." * 1 SF E',A--Th'.grbased pigat ' co (ntry spot . IGOLD-Th' kind o' dust thatallb~rs ?iiids' all eyes. , '. : .I , . aH TELG' frcatini c nenifc& . * IN.SAftTY-Th'.. tilgl?? ole' I?., fcr,? ls'bii^l. JUSTICE jAiiqcalewidre .idld?dti to dftien weihs heavier,thanRinciples. /, ,- it nI ssEs case where ,fair ebsange,1i no&foibbery." "i'." ' LAwsUITsg-A swimmingi pol 'Allea';witla sharks..b,,, : ,tfi. t i a [ ti1. h. i tx»W ,i',l *, iMONEY A', Co?p.sitipn jee,: taking) t1h' stain s oeiut o r'h'racer. i , . , i ,, NOVELS--Braspreservedil in printera' ink. . . I. . t ORGANISTS t-Menias play'whe ithey6r and work w the y play .. , 1 ' POVERTY-Mans best friend:;.,it sticks ...

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