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A Society for Frustrating the Ends of Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

A Society for Frustrating the S Ends of Justice. There is a secret club in New York that is establishedaspecially ifor protecting its iem Shers anl their friends from?punishment: the handsl of the &aw;j Its; ostensible objec is merely to promotd, sociability, but its real inmotive is to fr stratej usticearb Thle.members, are all men in good1Business positions, -or apparently so. There are several lawyers who make criminal defence their special calling, and there are many practicians who are powerful with the caucus. A few editors are members, and the club, has.been.ablesto affect some of the elections, so as to put its own nominees on:thejhd s' sedts. (Iti?ulst Sberemembered That judges Ame'rica are Selecttl,-notoappomiitel.) . SThe services of the society can only be obtained by payment, and the amount depends on the enormity of the crime. In every case that is undertaken they guar antee to obtain a verdict of acquittal. This is done either by manufactured evidence that is ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

,wi:J T ?: aootballers..,U ,t. With) the iview, of encouraging, this gamej we heg to offer a,.suggestion ,for; tinewirule to.le aiiddcd to the cod,namcelSyShould any dispfe'irise as to kidkng a goal or any mattericonnected witht' the game, it .may e suspended~.while;: the:two: captains ifight it out. We .do notchbarge anything, for this suggestion,because we stole it from somebody else:; ·j.: ,iL .j;'c~[i~;l cl:~! "3lj ,r 10f

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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A Lady Traveller's Sketch of the Mahdi. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

A Lady TravellrdPsSketehliofOthe acr ,H i'rco aHIidit 90 "h 4 At this moment wh en the'whole word 'is ringing with the explditsrof the Mahdi;fand .English blood and treasurearee beingipoured out against him, it-will come s?a shpockupon Whe.publimihnd to'find a 'ladyrecalling the timeliwiendi! "fddAcbb enr c6mmanded'-.ly ;twQo! Egyptian ,officers; ecobld.te~silyihbi tnade him a, prismner, f fthose two wretdhed Egyptianus had not? quarrelledat;the~lasli ifdimenit, and ailowed ,thiemselves. to be .surprised' .- . i., ''i, , i:, ,i .. I51 Mrs. Sar.toribus,1 whodipasge'd fthi moiitlis in.the Soudaunlast,yeayr,.tells up-i,,heM ah'di, whose name is Ao metwasbor;'n.,the provinceof'Dongolo. THis aher wasa car lenter by.trade., When 'chmiet was about twelve. yearst oldthe bega6 Itotdisapprove of jiork,, and, went,up pto ,ihartoumito Ij in is uncle. "While -there hein made another[ bolt, And a tache Iimself to th-e following. of a hsleikh.' Thslie isheil's 'are.a peculiar. ish tfiti6n ia theSo...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

ADAY, I iY 16, 1885 ENGLISH `'.EXTRAOCTS. 'fli Phila ieli hia ' (:. ironie . elral" i' sa-ys- TI .ie R . D. W. Bi ll, of T' ii ?,: 3 ' ere Conlty, hlis .soile intoei rti. !i Srelic ) helate Rev. Jlt il, \J es"I[e I :.. t'- fo lid r ,f ?. lhodi.' ,ii .. hy , , s ; of a Ri,:i -A rih .i\1sni c Aii Aro; Iroyeecil t of lh(d . dues. aid i .lo..JohIu Wl eva tf, tihIe lI"e of l ic e is l l n beiii'r ox t.toiltti over a erioed of s-me 5 :,Years. The Ml''onie Apr\on is 153 years ,,Il. 'Thes:e illterestiin relics were ,ur.'haitd by IRev. 'r Bull's grandfatiher, k it the puiblic huc tion of XW.eslely's personal etlects after:his d titrlh; . AVwriter in "'Prllth.". .. remlark: h--h1 Sew iuthl Xalts V oltu;li ..r alppe:a to lire beet i.duce,] to quit t;,ir nativC iial forr -very slhlstantial cnl:iderations intdeed itin te shlipe of p u and tither tn Id -i+ain ges. Aticordiling to the Ati.tr:liian ierss, lieutenanta.uiider tl:ree years' ser vice receive £ '25 a year, which eonitri-s's oolriewhiat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

fI iseased Nature oafentimsa breaks forth '4:. strange eruptione."-Art iii S~ane 1 :. T: O THE PUBLIC. i8UME patients slffering from nervous off.-o tionS are atraid from sheer bastbfulnenir Figd modesty to PrEt ONALLY consult a medical pans-other patients hive not the self possession and coolness w'ecn in the consult. ing room, ,o accurately describe their symptoms-their habits of life. and the nature of the disease they suffer from. Ltt such persons (lhe or she) sit quietly down in the privacy of their own apartments, and with calm minds describe clear y each symptom of their case, a clear s'atement thus s?rittn, and laid before me, is far pieferatie in NERVOUS dise sacs to a personal consultation. Where, however, a dieease is of a peculiar and exceptional character, a pers.'n i consul. tation may become unecessary; but my succeas in corrpspondence is so great, that of the thousands upon thousand. whom I have treated by letter during the last 32 years, not a single mistake bns ever...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

lExtracts. A number of iakers Were chared a ` "'tl it 1f1eliEirriePollice Co;ir 7i h adul ts ratifig the :bread,: After: hearing th, evidenlce, lii" Piiton siid--We conside 'that; tihecase lis .clerly li?oved;e.aniij po consideration think that the case will b, Smet with a fine of L?5andl 39s costs. `V think .that iin a. ntter.oftghis 'ort tlhi b'ikeriv di l see tlhait the useof anlun: t iniiroi? tlie alji-iarance" of tl~irFe be detected:.'.-- if: sullicient tpublicity wa: given to the statenient :of \"il Douuni, tli publicaiiailyst of thile City oi l lboire as'to a niew .test, the uublic could; easil: deitect Le preisence of alun. iAny peir so n iavinga .doubt has oiy ??y to get :'i ·decoction of logip ood, so~k it, and ascer tain if it t'rns bhick, ad if it is so ther bring tie case iundeitle nieotice of ill Fllarto; The bakers had;believed than by thleir:success %on: formner occaidioii, they would completely baffle the chiniut but tli discoiy of tihe :properties' o lowood now : m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

N'OW READT. ,?z, Zzpo r c By 3 Post-Eightp ene SA E W" ioRK MN REPRO CTIVE ORCANB BY R. . ' P 0:U LrT O -N w"¶'hn 'o a ivo1e Wori is a popular treatiseo on Tho, REPRODUCTIZV ORGANS,i shdwing M" •'tlieir' Coistrulttion, Functions; and- the i? iDorangcmuits :to which they ar8 liaeloe. t+i;I?s rlittle book is one which may be t•,Perusod.with advantage by. all who arC ::4:'desirous of obtaining information on a ?f:rubject which ought to form a portion of , the Education of the ?Wale scie, A lui1w-' , : ledge of this eubject. is undoubtedly of a incalculable l alue, as by it, many of the '0i ,Ills which afflict after life may. be avol led :,, ; or remedied. Copies will be forwarded under strict. cover to any address on receipt Ot postego ' am';; t laund by any of the colonies. R.I J. POULTON, 186 BOURKE STREET EAMT;. . '"''; MELBOURNE. o,: : onsu1t SPfilrt!A of the A?,Sh RATTAN i'"fIAFTG'nd?, SURGnrOAt I1'1 MARY. , oDEultti?fTi ShEi, IFIc, YF A ý' • i.P .. .EC.I. 1+, ',. n st t rised ' i...

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Ki-Yi, Ki-Yi.—A Parody. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

" i-Yi, Ki-Yi.-K Parody. The.light of dawn .was rising fast,, When through a <ity alley.passed A dog, who bore onr end of tail. A'tied tin can, and loud did wail Ki-yi, Ki-yi I He op'e1 his jaws i he raised his head;, And at t vo.forty pace he sped; While like a Chinese fiddle rung The accents of that unknown tongue, K: i-yi, Ki-yi I Before him lay the dusty street; :Behind, Tthe boys with footsteps fleet Gave chase, while swifter yet he rang;. And yelped to music of the can,; i. KI-yi, Ki-yi The bttchcr tried to clutch his leg, '. Oh I stop, my friend, pray stop,lI beg," But swifter grew the doggie's feet To escape a grave of sausage meat. Ki-yi, li'y iI "0 O, stop the dog '" fair ladies cry, But' Wilder, fiercer grows his eye; For sounds the can with fearfuldin, Like' fifty devils after him SKi-yi, Ki-yi I At last he fell upon the ground; His can-curred heart true rest had found ; He freely now could wag his tail ; No more would rise that anguished wail. Ki-yi, Ki-yi Th...

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Too Good to Come Off. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

Too Good, to. Come Off. It has been suggested by a staucIi ad mirer of the noble game of cricket, that, in order to induce another Australian team to visit England,'they should be offered.all the gate money and the stand receipts,. and that at;the conclusion of every match the ropes, marqu1.es, planks, posts, rails, etc., belput up to auction and sold'for their benefit.;

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TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

TOWIESi :PWNYitOYAi;l.'AND STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES i quickly Icorrect all ir. regularitiesp'and'relieve the'distressing symp toms so prevalent with ihe!sex"'i Boxes--l 11.d and 2s 9d., fi jill::°ihin'isls??' Prepared only by E. T. Towle.;ChemistPi Noitingham, Eng land, Wholcsale -of' the ,Wholesale Houses. Beware of Iiittations:'' A lburst'of laughter was -produded iat the Saridhitrst' General Sssioiis on Thursday by a most comicaldescriptioni of aii allegory on the coins of the reailim which, if not viewed, with awe by the iver~ige Bitisher. generally evokes his respect;and thatris'thefigutreof Britannia sitting on her.shield, trident in hand, ruling the oceanm ,Thie ."Independant" relates that a witness;the:wife of a publican, concerned in a charge of passing counterfeits, on being asked.what she noticed on the,coin in ques tiMn' wh e itws placed iiim her 'hands,., inno ceitly' ,e rked" that w.hatin mbstitrck her enit iote is'in a lady sittingon a Beer bar rel" 'oT one Iid of it:....

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Wednesday, May 15th, 1885. (Before Dr. Williams, Messrs Cuzens and Simpson, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

, i,Wednesday,,iMayilth, 1885. i (Before Dr, {Willihas,'MCM ssrs Cuzets and :,i Lb! . 'Sinipsondi J's.P.) RobertFitzsimnions was.proceeded against foruidlawf~illy ass iiitg ia~iian at the Victoria Hotel the iitlit pi-eviouis A second charge of uiing d?lbscene l?Iguagewaseutered by the police. Senior cogtablreioo s, who con dtucteudhe cahsea, d ?Kie had.complain lmt ex amie.byDirSebtt 'wliho couldnotas yet say hotle ;wound was and !would thereforiask for a;ireman3d until Tuesday to .enableýthe ;prosecutor; torappear and give time to ,thdpolice to-serve summonses on witnesses. Theibench',ddcided to ;remandthe : prisoner until Tuesday next.. : 'Miclihail iaoani was' next eharged'b} Mr Simpson (who'i iiuidiately left 'th&eib?nch) with 'Insulting'lbi h'zvouiy The prosecutor stated to 'their woi.ihips how prisoner clime to his plice t: the'arly houir of 2 a:i.' hiat morn ing, wiantinig'to gtidn by rappiu,;,at the win dows, sang out' and demanuing admission. liirepipietor intcrject...

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Police Court. Monday, May 11th, 1885. (Before Dr Williams and Mr C. C. Simpson, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

* Pfol! ni u 1 1 . (BeNfO NWilliams .a.d. r , C. ,1 .. ,i.vi'A *iuo. ; chargie(L: ]-reIkkA . iche ' .ithl Iusp. obsenc.language inu -Hesse! stiee Ct'. As !itAWas;his first time 0befoire the cou t ý lie' a dlet:off v'ith a !fine' of I or 10 ( days iilprison~-' David Smith was next ýcillUd. and plekded. guilty to a char'C'of.1 lfully brPetimg a pane of gsn ti'the billihrd room flndov, of Ballieu.' 't~ettlid t''l'." The pi'oprietor s'ai he, idmotwant toýpress 'th charge; 'Is defeMi, dant promisedcdto.:repiaii the damage;, and' showed reipressions' pfP egret, th '-l*ie'ch dealt liefhently withhilk"Li'ined lOs with £1 8s expenses' .' 1 J." ,, .-,'%I p ! SJes Llyd& irE ai sorderly was fined £'?with thýe" alternatiie of 14 days im prisonment. ; n There were 5. pther inebriates locked up within the vweek whb werefiued 5s each as it was their'first appearance on theCliff;

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The Volunteer Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

The Volunteer Movement. --------:o; A most enthiusiastie meeting was held in the Foresters' EIalI ,l .'O.ty~~egn, --gm? {]nr .rlnl arbe g hetchraair. . jl'he fi'ont ieats ~weie ernmoined fwith ftlyiv .ixteen people, whole :in9 tvanfeld ibQuOtJ4 years toi,0 ,hle'atthe haIk of the 'hall theal:e eree fully eiglht smnllI loys;. olie polcemni'iunid i news ,pjer rean rter.i The ,proceedings "wverei opened 'by the chairmnn explahi;ig the ipupose foi whclich ithe meeting i was calledrijthiat Co1oinil HItiuttoi hadl iflt6i aise th'"teh nioveiinelt, Yn'ad n VIs -pelpel, d. to fult ;it .I e then . appealed to the aititi :feelings ofi tihe audien iand the" following .gentnld~iiini"signed.' the S?TBeiilie?"' Louis Curro". Cha:s Pijpard';' '"" tShnna: an HughBryans 'ii : ?'Andy}Anderson. J.Twoms. i y' : ; WVJones . r '3l; Ha d " \Ehljah ills'., , William Foy ' - . .'" The'ireplortof the QueensclitffTYoluu mteeri~tmismet.'hlias?iued ai p.ofqutid seup~ati?n ;ojp ithe,! continent? of -. Europe an'd ...

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Ma-tyrs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

Ma-tyrs. It is.quite possible that .the colonial troops may 'etlrn to the colonies fiom Egyyt. This will ie cxceedingly'cruel to the single men, who will thus for a'second time have to leave their mumniies.:.

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Welly Good. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

Welly Good. What kind of thieatical performance would our thirsty' troops'in the Soudan like'to take part in?- " All's well that ends 'will."

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A Current Account. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

A aurrent Account. STo meet the extraordinary expenditure that has bce incurred through the Souda nwar, wa-ter you think if the Government were to -draw on- the-banks of the Nile? Thieman who made:this~ suggcstion was. aNihili t, and has since beeji annihilated.

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Dreadful. Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

Dear Sir;-'I beg to 'repay you that "lieer " you shouted me, by sending you my last at tempt. On the-bank of what noted, canal shorildlau intending felo-doese reside? The .Suez!Cabal, becauso the act is' called Suez side. .Twiggez-vous:? '·ll well ait home, thanks.-Youis truly, --

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Current Opinions [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

BY "THE FIRST PERSON." Bosh and bubble, war and trouble, Agitate the air. News alarming,people arming, Will it cause a scare ? .I don't think it will.: I have so often of -late'been off 'iy chump tlironiih'the uncertain nature of the cablegrams that a straight-out declaration of war would ease my mind and: prevent the incipient lunacy that. has been engendered in my system by the maddening and contradictory news from becoming thoroughly developed, and my becoming a dangerous lunatic. If war is to be deblared, the sooner the better say I; and I believe public opinion will re-echo the above in the words of that well known song-" And so say all of us." To turn from war to matters of a ple;sing and domestic character, I may here remark that the taste that once characterised some of our Australian virgins in the selection of the almond-eyed, child-like, and blahd chinky as a means of escaping the. fate supposed to befall: ancient vestals h'as' not died out yet. A respectable, good-lookin...

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Incidents of the Last Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

Incidents, of the Last Battle. (From our Special at the Front.) Theo charr e of the dragoons:' ad the ouliseh'old' last n lit was suirb.' Having volunteered to -ride on in advance with several of the sparie Generals so as to clear the way, westarted in :pitch 4darkness. tudde ly;oweyer, the bright rays ofi an exceedingly brilliant moon shot out over the landscape, ,anil'thie `shadow of the enormous wart on your correspondent's nose stood out prominently against the light back ground of the sky. The enemy was not long in perceiving this and opened fir'e;- n my nos?with all'tlie !hieay bittries lie' could bring to?lbea VAfte~isustamiing.. withering shirapnel fire, duiring which the Arab guns were served so well and accurately that they actually knocked off the wart (which was really very near), I retired to a friendly sand. hank, and allowedli the cavalry to bcarge. As the enemy had used up all his ammuni tion in a vain -attempt to hit my nose, the squadrons had the satisfaction of co...

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Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 16 May 1885

Msr. F Qibbss jI thi M 'l F f orythe is one 8fthe ioiot beiutifiui'oe Iever saw.: A lovel ngi; toio--such a'veet falsetto voice. '"rs,' Quibbs "hotlyv"- Yies and falsetto teetli, toob "' ' S a L'young Johnnie Johnson '` iih 'is defaul'ter" He is a man wio, losei'money that does nbt. bclng to. hi,m my sr, i"replied Mr Johnson; .'Andi what is a financier?" '"Oi wih' sticks to it :?; Translated fronma Frenchnovel :' Casting herself betieenmher brother andhis 'intihded victim 'tlf'e fair!'Inez?- exclaimed, in a voice ithat vibrated irith agonry.: ' Rodolpho, do not; kill .hinm, for, if you 'did he wrould suielyy die i.?:, i . ? .?. .. : Everythingexcept the truest kind of good; .uess,appears to weaken and get shaky" in the knees when put. to:. the:, test:,of, comparison. Even;the :wisdom of Solomon seems toshrivel up: whe placed. o: a bench alongside of a J.P. sitting on his first case; : ;-; ,Ah; :Mr., Sanipsoi, i don the ease;"eh ? What do I get 7" exultingly remarked the plaintiff in...

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