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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

1 PERMANENT ENLARGEMENT ^ op . "FIGARO5' TO ,'^V TWENTY-TOUR PAGES FOR 3d. The circulation of Figaro for last inonfcli averaged Five I Thousand copies a week, and I may fairly expect this to double j during the excitement of .-Parliament and the elections. Any further information anent FIGARO'S unprecedented ! succoss can be obtained from iny Publishers, MESSES. GORDON AND Goxclt, or my Printers, MESSRS. WARWICK AND Sapsford. ' TO SPORTSMEN. In order to give FIGARO an additional spurt, "HERMIT" will attend the country meetings on my behalf. FIGARO PRIZE COMPETITION. mHE sum of ONE GUINEA will be given every week for the A best suggestion for a Cartoon. It must be original and on some topic oi the day. In no instance will the name of a . correspondent be divulged. To, ensure secrecy, the prizes can be forwarded to any nom de plume through the Post Office. Only one prize will be paid each week, but the iEditor reserves the right to make use of the unsuccessful suggestions. Ideas * mus...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

OAXEANDS PRESEBVWS WORKS.-The possibilities opened up byihese works ore developing themselves so rapidly that Mr, Booker has determined to float the business in the shape of a Limited Liability Company. We are quite certain that this can be done, and is advisable. The wcope which this business can embrace is enormous, as a series of articles in the Town and Country Journal and in the Australasian have demonstrated. . .

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Figaro" in reply to William Kellett. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

(V Jjig^ro ?'in reply fco WOMam®ellett. "r . $i.was, jio. i^ol friend,of jpurs wiio lured you^tptheseductiveschero&bf penningtheletter, "Aword ;tTO.®iOABO,/ -^hicli: appeuea!M?ui!e Uihiritr on Tuesday-last; 1 regard tnftt'a'dtioni 09 tyoiir part as 'little short x>f; ineanity, .sqice;Y^ cgmpel.me to give ;pu})licity to facts, /vfhich it, would , to «ybtir interest to havekept dar%, ^ / v; jrbii hdve the Sublime audacity tos&y that' ybii had th6 honor . «*«lfairtlke late Sir Joshua -Peter Bell " one . 6i ydur most intimate friends." Before the close of this letter, I shall show you wha^ Sir Joshua Peter Beli's opinion wa,9 ahout you, merely eonteiltiiig myself tvith at this stage sta^g Hihat intimate ^.en- hip with Sir Joshua would' be; in)itself, :a mark of ^^?^&!imPrit[;thatj your, wor^t^fenpmy j-wtould;. not , dream of yoiu of possessing. ; Let ine .first deal'jwith jour ~ ar^mfenls'^sy-iatm.; .v'", iW&aft 'Noil.-r-You'feay that intheactkto 'youb...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Bribing the Civil Service. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

Bribing tlie Civil Service. Cowlishaw'S wonderful machine, the Telegraph newspaper, boldly accuses the hon. P. Perkins of touting- for the votes of civil servants, by giving them a champagne collation on the occasion of the opening of a new departmental room. Every tiddly winking act of a M'llwraith minister, is, according to Cowlishaw, a flagrant crime; every slander or outrage committed by a follower of Sam is an excusable peccadillo, if, ijadeed, it be not a crowning virtue. In thissame papery the Telegraph, appears an appeal to the pr& sent Opposition to try and bribe the Civil Service by offering to reduce their hours of worlc. The writer of this apipeal in this immaculate newspaper, the Tele graph, - ? Does not consider it would beimpolitic for thie Opposition to secure, a large number of votes in their favour by guarantee ing to the Civil Service wliat would be a very trifling and just concession, and one which would be greatly appreciated by every Civil servant throu...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

THE BELLE OF THE "VO"2~JLGHE.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

QtfABTEBLY ELECTOEAX, LIST for the Electoral District of FORTITUDE VALLEY, whereof I actasClerk p;f.Pett/,Sfessioiis,:-.. ChristianandSurname. Residence. Allen, Charles M... Alden, Samuel Isaac Avenell, Edward ... Baker, Charles ;,. ..; - Bale, Benjamin jitobert Banks, William M.' Bates, Frank William , Bates, WjQliain. Flower ' . Brown Bell, Joseph. ... Bennett, William... Bennett, Bobert'Johh Benvenuti, Italo ... 1 Beverley, Thomas ; ' Boal, Andrew Qowah ' Bowser, Alfred v..'""' Bowes, Charles ; / ?Brier, Thomas '' .., ' Bruce, George; Broe, Matthew .Francis Broe, Nicholas Kevin ... Byram, WilliaW James .7. Byrne, Jambs " ..i 1 Busby, William Campbell, Jaine$ Mitchell Campbell, John Carmody, Johpi '.1.." " Christie, Robert Clark, Williain fieiir Clark, William Timbrell Coneys, William ...' Cowan, Patrick 3&. Crawford, James A, '; Cregan, tat. ; Cregan, Patrick Croniri, William/... Cutcliffe, John' '... Dale, John ^... Daley, Matth^wf' Davis, Pra^*7 H ?" Delamor, &i...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

, E it*,A.G.E N C Y. Oil vl; !' :i [-"'v';- "ii':: <. ..' yv> " »ln 'lo h", ?' ^?V:vra%;-- 'V1- ?'-??". - -- .'«?» ~ & TJ N: II A K B S B A IT I> , IMP 6 B T E B S, Large Stock of < .fj..<-. \ i ; ,H'/x new r and Second: hkad'" Guiis, *4^ good London, and . i > .', i J , I i ' i > >i\ 'I ESiYm. ito g la. 'a*Bi 'i.. inifchnu '.*-<*iff-1'- .uiiu'li?'.' Vi-i' .» t'.-J : .» 1 £' |T0.(b4-, SDSr- -j 108, J5DWAED S T B E E T, BBIS B A N E. Our Ghoke Jiore Guns for Kangaroo Shooting are nlade < jV , ,. Jr i: * Jj" % "I' * ' ". especially to resist, ,,,, t .r-#1 ! - _ .. '., . ! .the strain of heavy u shot, and for Price ^ihtl; ^tialijfcy' defy' competition. .r SMO KE B ALLS ( ...it-i. ,1/ Uv i ??. ?,t2 ? '! 1 .5 tJ ''!?? t i y 1 , . ?A 3'iil ..k'l ';ffi .vl il"! ?> «li"U iti'M .VJiiiViJ , . . , ; , , :> ,v " "i,«KJBSl QUEElfjSTBBHr. BEISBANE, ! DRAPERS, COSTtTMERS, MILLINERS. . > | y tJ/|"JsSaOW;/;:'ir ; ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

Terms of Subscription.-Forwarded post free, to any port of the Colonies^ twelve mouths for twelve shillings, paid in advance; or a note will secure PIGIEO and Ppxctf for fourteen . months. Gordon & Gotcli, Publishers. ?'???? -'i ?' Who it shaves the best in the town,,* w;:; V-; For which he's gained a wide renown ??' , N v. Who is it cuts your hair so fine, And but of others takes the shliie? Who is it gives the best phampoo, Brings to your cheeks Health's rosy hue, And makes a happy man of you ? VICTOBSEN Note the Address The American Hail' Cutting Saloon, Albert-street (three'doore from Queen-street).

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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PERSONALS "I hope I don't intrude." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

" I liopo I don't intrude;'* 7 : Ising of man, (and woman too) The boasted lord of earth, ? ' (I'll even of a baby coo) I track him from his birth. As rising lad, his marks I score, His merits ne'er disparage, . I twig his acts as bachelor, :(: And next record hie marriage.' Then, lo! as natural as suction^ I fling, like any skilled wren, About his pow'rs of reproduction: And chronicle his children. " I watch old age his joints enslave, I note his failing breath, :: I let a tear fall on his grave, - ; When telling here his death. ABTHUB O. SACHSE, well-known to many Mackay and <other Northern people, and who is at. present in North Borneo, has been admitted into the Society of Engineers, London.' . ? ' MBS. M'CULIOCH,. wife of John M'Culloch, of Gitifton-street, Warwick, died on the last day of last month from an internal disease. She had been in delicate health for two years. Twelve months ago, also, a portion of one of her feet had to be amputated in consequence of mort...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Straight Tips. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

wr. " : Straight Tips. Less '?* Hat/' and More Head for the Yalley. Sam's " Eleven " all out at (general Election, with Figure 0 to their names in the Scoring1 Book. ; " Babbling Brookes*' will cease to flow-by no means g6 on for ever-except on a tricycle* Enoggeras Water Tap turned off at Short notice.; Rosewood turned into Sandal wood. Sandals for the feet of pilgrim Isambert. The well-known Groom to get a kick from a " Dark Favorite" in the Toowoomba stables. Steps to be taken to make clean " Logan's bright Water." The " Old Bally " to be demolished, to make room for a more pretentious structure. Rockhampton to cease to J?at her son, and call him a good boy. / _ Wide Bay a Priceless jewel in Queensland's crown. South Brisbane will study war no more/'.that is, will not " be eager for the fray" Sir. Is Warwick to return a member without influence or wits ? The noes have it!. - Carnarvon to find at last a Pillar to lay her weja.ry head on.-A Feather weight this time. & Engla...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Mems. for Sam Griffith. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

- 1.-At Cooktown, the otheridA^j were employed tov<Kscharge cajrijjo. Sam's propOhinese ideas ai'fe beaditt|f 2.-Brazilian capitalists Chinese laborers td Brazilian Sam GriStli^s^si^fe!:!^"^ day when" mean whites" will be t of" forced immigration, do same wages. Truly, here We aire : " Two minds with, but a single tho Two hearts that beat as one," although between them: many miles U ~ Of ocean make a ceaseless pother Andueither e »er heard of t'other. The last is not a quotation* dear boys. } of doggish thinks, I always flow over with; doggerel. ' 3.-Eighteen Chinese left Cooktown by the Venice, the other day, with 932 oz. of gold from; the Palmer alluvial. This wealth was distritmted in the following proportions:-104oz., 7Gqb., 74oz., ?4OZ., 72oz., 66oz., 56oz:, 40oz., 376z., 34riz., 33oz.,33oz., 32oz., 2Goz., 16oz.t 15oz., 14<oz.,ahd 13oz.j besides this the party also took 430oz. of the precious m^tal sent i by Chinese storekeepers, ora total of l,S62oz.6t go...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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A Blighted Life; A TURE AUSTRALIAN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

A Blighted Life A; T3RUE AUSTRALIAN STtiBY. Not far from the central gate of the Melbourne cemetery, a little to the right, but secluded from the path and somewhat difficult to find, there is one among many graves. ; There is nothing about this particular grave to excite attention save the quaint, loving, German inscription on the tombstone, and perhaps the, tombstone itself. . The graive is un fenced and apparently uncared for, weeds luxuriat ing upon .the mound. . The tombstone is a triangu-; lar slab of jnotibled marble, resting (aslant on the grave. The inscription is as follows Setig durcli die Liebie, . .. t . Gqetter^iuroh.dieIiiebfe; Menschen goettern gleicke, 1 ' . Liebe Mucht den Hurxxnel, Himmlischen-die Erde Zp. dem Humnelreich. «y Staxttimg yefoTOvthliltoinb' ipn 6ii6 {occasion, I pondering as to the history of its occupant whien living. I ha4 lighted .u^on it accidentally, and came back again and again'to it as if drawn thither by an irresistible fascination.' By a cur...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

?7 '-[fri-. '"??tiJ.f?j'-*h%K'-!£ "'?«>; to ? t; i'i." 5'>' i ^li;-j^^|:y -Hi' i;' i;; t"'" i.;.< ^ '--S '*U«- .J-1*.: ->/!>.< . . > T)|f| ijrSiii; £|sr^v^r ,;. bv, f{\ 'j 7 1 ini-'f".H:'i ' -tat' ilm .'l\. I. ..... .,»* .'JriiK J'^U- . (t£<'. I \] -~-, --_ w3rtxitoii,& ,'\'.'j. 0r8t6i^^:firdm'^a!*'v' .'::v''(r ^y^-.'-..ir-; ' Uhblea<3Jie^4d.!p|dj?^J ? a«x Bath Tdwela^d ^ a* al ^ ? ....-iiCiA---'-1'"^ IA .! i 'i'."A S^rV Jn/jiOV.^n . Wra,. ^.Tiiilfcyj».«: .}e< 'to .-Mm.; ] ;i Che<A .> >?vjfrt Welch flannel 8£d , " ? Sca^^^;.fa^r^^a:j"-;/v?;_vij"'-;v:.:,7,s,^:3v.i-r ,.Hon^i^i^<^jiW)3^3.'''i'^ .';.?/ ,V/...nJi v.^hu 3 . .: ? s*f^f:^.iUiX3.^iaS/S,;;'::q;f'.*.''.'. &r'f ?'l MoBqup^e^^^^fi^.',.',11 {,' " ". I-...--' vr _ L00ltf?T^ frofll 1/- J., .Jfi-j n.i .,;i; jM<; Blankets (very-cheap)' ? r1 <.'} on: T: !.»»:! -Jfi ]>r:«;" .<?(.} , ....

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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

Aquatics. The Kockhampton Bowing Clubs are being successful in their endeavours to induce local storekeepers to close their establishments on August lbth, the date of their proposed, regatta. Stewart Hartley presided at the 6th annual meeting of the Rockhampton Rowing Club, which was held on,. July 15th, Large attendance and- satisfactory report j 117 present members; debt reduced to £72 8s.\2d;, 1 ? '' " . ?' ! ' . ? ' ? t. with every prospect of "total eitli^tip^jT t£jmjtai$e§j[ had endeavored to form a Q.ueenslanid ^w^g Asso ciation with head-quarters in Brisbane; all the clubs in. the colony had assented to the pi^j^Mal;'|pa| - nothing had: been lately, heard ifrom/ committee; receipts during year had been £SOZ t lie. 3d., and; expenditure £275 ii adopted. Officers elected President, johh;E||gfU son,M.L.A.j vice-presidents,CaptainDuniop,§£&iidy Hill, W. Pattison, and E. K. Ogg; captain, H&tkrp Johnston; treasurer, 0. Tuson; hon. sec., Geo^fVjtts committee-Julius,...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

®Bn>* M'INTYRE, & CO.,'arenowCicar U ing Hundreds of REMNANTS, Greatly Seduced, -? -;<? REMNANTS! REMNANTS! Wonderfully; Cheap, at E«id, M'Intyre, ;&"G6.'s. - ? REMNANTSofEverything, at Clearing - Prices, at.Beid; M'Latyre, & CO.'B, . ... . RARE Bargains. inBEJ^ANTS Tliis Week, at Eei^MTnt^e,&<3o7B. ; REDUCED -PRICES, marked in Plain: Figures with Bed InkyReid.M'Intyre, & CO.'B. "H EMNANTS of CALICOES, <3reatly Ste J\ fluced. Beid, M'Intyre, & Co.'s. ? .>;;>p |5||ipJA3JTS of.FLANNELS; Unheard Price^,... fteid, M'Intyre, & Co;'s. fVEMNANTS of SHEETING; Startling |\ Prices. Beid, M'Intjnrei & Co.'s. REMNANTS of HOLLANDS, ' astonish ingly Low. Beid, M'Intyre, & Co.*s. ' REMNANTS of PRINTS, Half Price, at Beid, M'Intyre, & Co.'s. REMNANTS of CBETONNE, remark ably Cheap.; Beid, M'Intyre,Co.'s. REMNANTS of DIAPER,: exceedingly Cheap. Beid, M'lntj're, & ^lo.'s.....

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Cricket. "Jovial, jocund, jolly bowlers, As if they were the world's controllers." —BARNABY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

Cricket. " Jovial, jocund, jolly,boilers, , \ A As if -they were the world's controllers." :? \ Bajrnabt. The Rockhampton Cricket Clubs have met, and taken the initiatory steps to form, a Cricketing Association, F. Boldeman (sec. E, C. C.), D. C. Macphtreon (sec. Z. C. C.), "W. Hudson (sec. A. C. C.), G. H. : Church, (sec. E. C. A. 0.), S. H. Part (sec; Lake's Creek C. C.), H. E. "Wilson1, T.ifobbs, and J". W., Butter, were appointed a committee to frame -vales, to be subtaitted to a meeting that was to have been held last Wednesday, the 18th instant. , -

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Woman's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

Wb hear sd much aboutthis that Isuppose we zntist all admit that women aftfe some rights. And if we don't admit thiBi ; creatures take precious good core tb snow ustn&tr It <> isn't at all necessary for us to admit it.r The lightB are there, the women are there, iwd the;:fQ0a fw simply nowhere. Our own universities aregTadually opening their degrees and honors to women»and ;in more than one Australian capital, a femaledoctor^ is practising the noble science of Esculapius. America hasjlong since declared for the petticoat and its Ijarber's pole supports, and female lawyers, doctors, clergymen, &c., are no novelty there. We, out in Australia, haven't; b&en 15r60m6<ac^^''<l*ute enough for that-yet. But we caiftsay what the dim future may or may not bring forth. ? .; h h '. , . v: Recently, a wave of woman's-rights sentiments has passed over Great Britain, and ^ a Bill was brought iinfo'the Imperial Parliament $o cixtbnd tile- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

EtJEOPB A W M L. QljijEM"1 &TR'EBT.i i ;v <..?"! ifj h. r :?... .r.". Jw THIS old estaWished and fayfljirahly: katojvh Hotel still At 'for - iwcommodatioh.' and1 general' manage ment.1 rvji-.-. v Ike Alesf. Wines,end^irite-tiro^aB, -usual, <oi tlifi>esV;aud ^liojcest ljrftii^l'"''J ?" f . ' .1 Slower BatHSs? :4feite^'a 'cousigiajniliftt^otfei^ pelebratedr Fwnpt|C,Qg0aoH;.';. ; J , >. .$;. 38 Quebh Strbbt)?JBbi,sb^ajne ;, ; y n<- vvK:7Cl!y. t *?'Fl/STfrNffcb i&ftttiif the public of subfa'a mKinefr'as1 to 'mbkertt'cfoe of itTae raost'; Ckjmfdj^bljd'rHqtels .in; ^he, .colony*: J.p.po^ prises numerouslarge and well-veutilated Bed rooms, with Plunge and Shower Baths; also, several sitting-rooms. ^ " The Wines, Syirits.- And 'Bewa.6aye5i carefully selected from xne ChorofeOT ^Branc lie Billiard-Room, -which is ^unusually spaci _ Eainbuigh . . patent1 trass ? adjusting toes,1; climatic - c<piiii hrhim ciishlonaJi^jdallDttode...

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The Glasga' Bodies. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

- The Glasg# Bodfes^. CL. i THE tliird atttitial re-union of tbenaUvesof Glasgow; and last week. In spite of the counter att^otion 0ir^^^T| jnent House BstIL, the Albert Hall was well fillfedi' i®i»ef/ firat business was a t ea andmuffin Whitetiouse, of Ipswich; Sir ThomiW' sided; and amjongst the prominent Glasga' bodies on fche platform were the Revs. C. M*Cidlodh «itia/ ^. "F. ' MfSwaine, Messrs TiMacdonald-Patefson, Sinclair, Mitchell, James Barns, son, Izatt,and D. Love., There Was . music thumped out of tlie piano, .out of a' boncertina. The bagpipes were not, present* ; Mac. j^ted that King Palmer; would -not havo^fi«?s| that night as the dftte of $!*; His Majesty received due notice of. this-gathering before he had made his arrangements. Aft for :the Glasga* re union, it wasna tae be rapeckit thj&t. itcould tak itlabe. on ony ither day than the anniversaiy o' tke.(^^ga' Fair. And so on, and BO on. Maie. fairly briitimed orer with anecdote. He said he remembered tlie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

PRIOR TO STOCK-TAKING. .SEMI-^N"NXJX.'l* SA.LE 'rj;.v: PKIOljt TO STOCK-TAKING. ' - : CHARLES JONES & COMPANY'S SEMI-ANNWAI, SALE Prior to Stofck-taking. .. CHARLES JONES & COMPANY'S SEMI-ANNUAL SALE j; ,' .-i.,'- " ? Prior to Stock-taking. : . v ,7'' £30,000 Worth, of Goods to be Disposed of. .£30,000 Worth of Goods? td be Disposed of.. s .£30,000 Worth of Goods to be Disposed of. j , JB30,000 Worth of Goods to be Disposed of. The Valley Branch lias a Stock of over £10,000, \ The' Valley Branch has a Stock of over JBiO^OpO; The Valley Branch has a Stock of over JBlOjOOO. The Valley Branch has a Stock of over JSlOjOOO. We must Sell Goods this and next Month We must Sell Goods this and next Month ? We must Sell Goods this and next Month To make room for an Enormoiis Stock coming in for - . " . Spring. ; To make room for an Enormous Stock coming in for Spring. To make room for an Enormous Stock coming in for Spring. , Tremendous Bargains in Drapery. Tremendous Bargains...

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