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A Peep at the Shows. "You were not at the [?] to-night, Don [?]. How happended it?"—The Spanish Student. Light o' London. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

A Peep at the Shows. ' You were Dob Catffcnf ^owiifippetiedJit ?.' '-The SpartiUBi Student, *? V '' ,*"4 &-tJ A '-'W.' ... - ->v ?a- ,' vi a-2£sasS 'i... L_ A MELODRAMA BY GK E. SIMS. rtt* _ 1 Produced at th^heafoe B-oyal, Brisbane, by the Holloway Dramatic Cofiipany, 16«k ?M-. tei vas long andjpary, i gallantly tu^ wode, ®"' b C maon iay.« / - * j i learning lights of London, e way -was Ion But gallan A country lad and lassie, Along the weary road; The night was dark and stormy, 3ut Jdithe of Jieatt^ere they, slinin&ia the&stan<jB," |The4i|^ts OTjl{Ondon lay. That gem the cities crown; What fortnneB lie within you, Oh! Lights of London Town ! It is a clever, human, and interesting drama, moving the secret springs of our higher nature. r , ( . \ '*1>* ? Itarbld*!Armytage^,! 4 eonv ' &]jbixe ^Armytage, has been discarded, We ? " first see him coming" to Armvf-,a<«» Hall toseeka chance-meeting witli his fattier. He hats marri...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Young Ladies' Shorter Catechism. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

The Young Ladies' Shorter WKafc is the Whole Duty, of sing-to dance-r-to playon- the pianoforte^fco'g^blJle French or 4 German* arid* to preside fpaj&fu|$ af tHe' teazle!; ? ... What is a man P-^A thing to waltz mth^to - flln with-to tjike one to thethektre-to l^iigh^t^lso^e ma^tx0d tjo^-to pi^ ^il^H^axut; J.?o' comfortaWy! ' ?,i*V "What is life ?-A. polfca H-a schottischfe-a dande that one Q^ust whirl through as faMs& pofe^bl^ '. , "VPhat is death ?-H'm-sbmething timt > i£s .un fashionable to talk of^to whisper of-to thihk of j #> the i&ss thieit's said Wbdutit the better. t-:- A .iun'j'.i.iji ' ... '"8 . r . i > : c-t

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Peep at the Shows. "You were not at the play to-night, Don Carlos How happened it?"—The Spanish Student. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

A Peep at the Shows. " You were not at' happened it ? "-The Spanish Student. ... Once flgftin in /fche.glaire and the i Oncte ag^'intli« <lrama's ? Now we sigh., now we smile, now we titter, Now we weep over well-pidtuired wofes." Never mind, sneering cynic, how tight I'm, Be I negligent howe'er I may, ?v I can go, sneering cynic, at night-time, And appreciate onr Holloway. Now, I neverj As this play wt For this mowfcrdbmSt^ee^ "ifif Had well co&tarea&ll^ur bon-ttccffwte?T I at is of axm-K depedd^Wi^ TQrofFSBiSfflBflffi? fbtf^Sts IStf tliiowl truthful sidelights upon that Modern Babylon-London. It is full^of pathos, and, many passages in it are capable of TT»afe^|r a\iy' one of Irue human sentiment blubber. Yet, there is nothing in it maudlin. i * ; L l; Its re^sm is. perhaps, its l>est characteristic. And its realistic Would be notyhei-e but for the ste*lW aelinea fcions, given. I suppose it is the ! fashion to' fancy , that W- J. Hollo way is the "ste...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

: the Electors of Baloane. /r,, /?1 ENTLEMEN,-Ihave the hbnoulrto inform \J, ^you that J shall again be a^QANBlSATE for your suffrages at the approaching Election. Nearly ten years have elapsed since you first elected me to a feeat in Parliament; and Itrust that my conduct as your representative ejnce, that timp his, been Bucli as' to entitle me to a continuance Pi your confidence. IshalltakeatL ccuaj vj/^vivuiuuj vi'ca^uuiuiik w jvuauiotfguu my views on the leading ^political ijuestions of the day. Meauwmle, believe me to be, , , ... Your obedient servant,: r-:'cr. JACOB LOW "... {^ To Jote Shillito Jessop, Esq. -X!|'33AJS.t SIB;~r We, the. Undersigned, ' ' JLir Electors of Dalby, tespie'ctfully re qnestth&tyou will allowyourself to-be Nomi nated jas * Candidate for ? ihe. Electorate .of, Dplby, lit,the Fpr&coming General Election of Members, to serve in the next Parliament of' Qtieenfl&& & . '.?'?''?I?'» " Tour long residence in Dalby, and y...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mems. for Sam Griffith. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

: . - -;'m ; - ; ? n v' -* Mems* for Saiii Griffith. ;:;U" .v'-. 1 (3-BEAi complaints at: Bayenswpod and ToWneviUe p£' Chinese robbing hen-roosts, Their fowl samplingisnow satirically called a foul Sam^pull! HOP Wah & Co. bateV 1280 acres of knd close' to, Cairns, utilised as a. sug^ar?planjt^tiQii. TJheir manageris a European named A^Lpon, and they look forward.with' pleasure to the time when' they shall be able to emplqy, lots of " mean whites^ They swear that; Griffith welly good manee-o leaf61 ' ,''rS3 }t:M IN the absence of May town mems. from myspecial man-it's three weeks, now, burot^rou, sonny--# Iwive tal Extract a paragraph fipi^jkhe, Jp^lmer Chroni^l4., ^i», iiot luflfci^ntly explicit} and I cannot fix the identity k)f ; the "smart little bushman,^ it is,Hb^ejr^r,:af! Some of my readers may understand it\{ On Tuesday, July 3rdj a smart little Bushman t^k ite ni^arp -track to the Court House by rear of the Chinese setttement^hutr, found Ching Foo obstructing thip a...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

, Notice to the Public.-Talmage remarks, "Good books briDg good morals j Md. bbofcs Bring'bad morals" This, comment applies also to journals. Queenslanders who wishto nmke a fresh starting life/, fitted up with thoroughly renovated,, massive morals, should give a standing order to atiyre8pe6t&Me -nfetos-agetifc for a' supply of FIGAROS, and be careful to get the(m on Fridays. , PLEASE TO NOTE THAT "FIGARO" IS isstTEb M 9 !A;M. EVERT FRIDAY, and the subscription. is. Twelve Shillings .a year in advance. Gordon and GbtchV Publishers. ' . ! j. 'ii . ?? :-ii -:- ?

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

jf"\UAKTERLY ELECTORAL LIST for the Electoral District of SOUTH BRISBANE, whereof I act as Clerk of Petty Sessions: Christian and Surname. Residence. Qualification, Where Property Situated or how Claim Arising Adams, William ... ... Anderson, Christian Raker, Robert Thomas William Baker, Robert ... Batho, William ... Beatty* John ... Benson, Herbert H. Berry, George ...? Bird, Samuel . .-.i Birkbcck, R. E. ... Bishop, Thomas ... Bishop, George ... Bloomfield, William John -Bond, Thomas Arthur Bown, Henry Archibald Browne, Reginald Spencer Brown,"Frederick Stewart Brown, William Henry Brewer, Edndn John Burlinson, Benjamin Byrne* P. J. Curry, George Adam Cahill, James ... : Cabill, James Edward Cameroii, Donald... . -Cannon, Alfred Campbell, David Mitchell Carey, Thomas ... ... Carpenter, Henry Edmund Carsen, James. ... Carstensen, Johaun' Cater, George ' ... Cole, William Collins, Nicholas... Cleeve, Henry Charles Cutler,. James £V.. J Dean, Joseph ... Dennison, Samuel : , Dineen, M...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Hungerford-Clarte Again. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

Huiigerford-Clarte Agaiiii THE latest report about Walter Clarke'sinanner of death is that be was murdered near the Mitchell, and hie ? body thrown into. a waterhole.s : Also, that his blackfellow, who. wasat some distance fishing, was soon afterwards muiriered, and his body thrown into the river. This report appears to rest on ^ statement that Walter Clarke's pistol, boots, &c., have been found about,60 miles from Bostock's station, by a party of native police under Sub-Inspector Brooke. There must be anend put to all pure rumours. If a police-party.has found anything, why. not nikkei public the official 'report ? There have been contradictory statements from Sungerford; there have been stupid fables which have been said to have emanated frqm, Burne; there have been Arabian Nights tales of possibilities. MkesewwttyfyPe The mystery can..be solved. It is simply a matter of time and moheyF Hiihgerford at present lies under a stigma, deserved or undeserved. Beyond: confusing th...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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ROUNDABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

< . . . Pass'rourid the wine-glass, all decent chaps, We are the merry pickers of scraps. j Notewe the things that go. Twig all.the froth and blow-^ Very old blunt-tree' .. For thisnew country. . If we should die. r - Both you and I,> ; Isn't it funny that this " oblate spheroid " , (A term that l Jearnt when joe-^niphio'Hy boy'd) . "Would still go on spinning, Repenting and sinning, , _ , > And neither of us two wotJld ififlJce slighrest void. Why all these thoughts ? They're "didn't-oughts i o , -J n^SlBlil wis aplonghmanand cottld get drunk,= f. ,« So long, that .my sense-t . r IHfin'thurtaliceiise-^: ? ". Qot noone, in the lockup or A funk. GOIJ> discovered at 6ro>rmia> about 40 miles fromr GNiyndali. Q-ABLio is said to be an infallible remedy for hydro phobia. I ; ? ? AT Shanhgaij a Chinese mob attacked some French man-of-war's men, who attempted to celebrate a re publican f&te, atoned them, and made them beat a retreat to their ship. OBIENT st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

CROWN LANDS SALES. mgEfoik _ _ A Jot, 8a|e,-by public, aucfcionjr&t the tuiclier mentapned jplaces, at Eleven o'clock on the day specified, at th® upset price affixed to each. lot rapecttroly. (Deposit, 20 tp&c cent); ' t ?. t The Deed, Survey, and Assurance Pees .will be charged according to the scale established by the Act and Regulations.': P. PEBKINS. SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, CLON CTJEBY, . ' Ok TUESDAY, thb 14TH DAY of AUGUST, 1883. TOWN I.OTS. : - -i County of Beacpnis'fleld, Pan^h of Clonourry, Town of Cloheurxy. Being the lands situate north of Coppermine Creek. 1 to 10 11 to 20 21 to SO 31 to 37 88 to 41 42 to 45 46 to 55 56 to 65 66 to 75 76 to 79 80 to 84 i i to io t6 10 Jttfitr 4^:10{ 7 to 10 8 to 6 1 to 10 1 to 10 ltd 10 tl.t#*!'" VMS' 81: m 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 . 0 2 0 - g 0 O'^O 0 2 0 24 0 Hi 0 24 0 24 0 24 0 2* 0 *1 24 SALEUT STA^IELD'SATTCTION BOOMS, . y .{ ? Our TUESDAY, THB 31ST DAY of July, 1888. TOWN'LOTS. County of Caxdwell, Parish of _ T...

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A "Figaro" Royal Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

A "Figaro" Royal Commission. lT;appears to be left to FIGARO to start every real "grievance. TlVhethei'the^ proprietors "of3 the other papers in Brisbane deliberately shut their eyes to scandal^ either through journalistic nervousness or ;.by. jfear ^ I cannot say> I know f tMt this:%lible eonjafcry &ppeaS*&;to1todKi?ti^oh StejA»o as it's only certain champion. "While I feel, in one sense, flattered a,t this regard, I know that I keep challenging . financial ruin.: So long, hoveyer, as I feel that' the country supports me, T iain gaihe to rufi. the risk. When I drop square journalism for any outsider's money, then I'll muffle my language-drop Anglo-Saxon, arid ' talk either- in the Cowlishaw dialect or in double Dutch. . I am led to these reflections by a very pleasing, intimation. I find that the Government has taken notice of an article that appeared in the FIGARO upon the subject of wholesale land-dumuiyism in the Gook electorate* In raking up that scandal, FIG...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

. HOTEL. '? QXJBEN STREET. !TOHfS;^>ld established and fnvouWiblyknown -M.' . Hotel still maintains its prestige for being A!i;j'for;' 'acttohinlodation and; general manage* tofl&t. , ... "..-'f rt;: 'The Ales, Wines,,and Spirits are.as usual of the best audchOieest brands. . : v Plunge and Shower Baths. Just arrived, a consignment of his celebrated FrenchCognac. :>»l PXiY^lf'5 MoSEHOML, 38 QcE£^STBkET« ^atisBiitE ' ?" (N^rilieTowiiHjall).;i .;!" WPIYNH tiegS; .to inform the public of . Brisbane and the Gentral land Northern Districts of Qiieegisland. that ;he has recently - Renovated and Befurnished THE GLOfiEin sucha manner as to make it one of the most Comfortable Hotels in: the colony.; ,It coin prises nuin^tiBlargeand well-veutiiated Bed roomB, with Plohgo and Shower Baths; also, Beveralsitting-moms. * Thfe Wihes, Sfeirits, and Beers have -been cturetul^:Seleew from the Choicest .Brands. ., . The Billiard-Boom, which is unusually spaci ous and well^entilated, is f...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

;!-Si q ^ p ^ A Q| N C Y. '.' ?fkfrS'v/fKU .<?;??.??";? .- '. ' '.; *! " ??<*.? > '. ..» i . . <. ' " ' 6 A E T S I D E A N D S 0 H. ?!GtrN;\1S[;& riif o s TERS. " . Large .Stock, of new and Second hand ' Grins," hy good -Loiidon and Bir miftgii t in ? -* \-'i Makes'/ ..-A'iU' ; ????'.'. Our Choke More Guns for.KangaroO Shooting are .made especially to resist the^trainof heavy, shot; and for Price and Quality; defy competition, i ! , . , - .. To.< BB OBTAINED FROM .GABT9IDE& SON/ ....' ; I; .1::' y.l .*-. «>$ *;>.: r-"; . 10 8, 15 D Wi| D ^ SiT £ £ £.?, BjB IS B A N J3. i-, Li t i or. SMOKE BALLS IjRt&paNE. \JvtV DEAEEBS.cbsTtJlOJRS MILLINERS. >i ,-,,a -i. J-jiiti i'il ..ijv]»s/i.J I Wu AND *j- : mpipjS'; rGENERAt, OUTFITTERS. ??.?'U' .... 5 . ' :i' F<>r. degant Costimes ; ax^d Miltin&y, designed aad: manufactured at Messrs. Edward Slaughter and Co.'s Establishment, 30 and 32, Qneen...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Peitzker's Politics. BUT TWIG HIS COACHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

I PeiMet's Polities. ram*. BUT " -l * 1 HIS OOAOHKAK. . And now, my boy, I'll tell you of, ohl .sudh ft fritin^ dj^^i^? You'll knowilien the consfetencyof I sing now of a mighty man, for mean is he who smitet cur» v An "Arab of the Arabs " this, his name is Mistw Peitzker; , y This Peitzker isa man, you know, oh* qttitetodchiekale4ry« *.' And to the Stagnant Party acts as sort of secretary) v. , He's cook and bottlewasher, and he's bo'sunof the shi|>, ^ v : In fact, he shares with Bailey the position of the '*W1upt'\ ' He is, indeed, aSfcasmant of the most superior label, : (Of course, he is ia private life a man most estimable) He wouldn't be'a Stagnant if he wasn't of a brand hard« r .': And paid up in advance for the ^AngiUcdl Standards Now Peitzker has election matters got in tow most pat,x And for the Stagnant Party.carrie3 round the greasy hat, ?. i Which brings my Musearound, just now; to (p'raps) his latest whinny A trifle of a caper that occurred at Isles and Finney. 'T ...

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Murders in Brisbane. Powerless Police. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

v Powerleis Poiicei ofpooryoungGrompton'sdisappearauce fifts pfeii unravelled. Thd n^ li^ ^ven up its dead. The missing gentleman,wa8 murdered, evidently. There is noeireumstantialjink of evidence to point to suicide. ?4H the constructive pMbiabiiitipar indicate a: fdul- land mysterious murder. Now, I intend to have a very plain spoken yarn with our police authorities^ .-MontW ag<i, Figabo gave a wor^picture of a disgust ing spectacle that was/to be seenin South Brisbane on a peaceftd Sabbath mofrning--^a fyiktish fight between two naked:women. In doing .this," FIGARO ran the risk of ofFending canting prudery. I was c&arged with sensafapjaal' lying. ,,. > My pamper. was hounded down as> pandering to a depraved taste. All sorts of threats-were madeagainst pie. The inachineiy of the police depart inent was worked to throw discredit on the tale. The police, were ,unabl& 1k> punish the outrages of public decency, becMise tbeir Bttpervisionat the time ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

1%^®F^'BFTF«BR^ORRATEIITYW^TOERI"""' 1\ ing Hundreds of BEMN ANTS, Gieatly BEDUPGL, , ?? ?SE\ $ XT bfl; Ul\ I'rjjf, ST'ORRTHIIIF, AT-C^EAXIIUR, ?. ?LI RI^NV.RI& 11 UWUJN PRICES, AUURKED in'Plain: 'VIIGTJRES TNTFRLTED I»K,BEAD,'MFI»TYR8, TCo/S.' <!Y:; ~ -MF? ^ ???,..,;??= ? T) S31^Y^^FRGAIL<I6M Greatly ^E IV DUOEDI Beidf.M'Intyre,A; Co.te. ,,; REMNANTS ot SHEETING; Startling PRICES,, S^SIITIT'' W&aiik ITIGLX.LOIW:,, ^EI£>MFLNTYRE,M ,Co. F. 5,. EMNANISTOF PJRINIPS,- BATF REMFLAAFTS OF JRCICE,«, .,,*1 T> EMNJLN3?S, OF LINETFS, *11 BODUEOCL LY. Beid, TH'Intyre, ft Co.'S.^ >[E|PFANTS PF TOWELLINGS,. all; BE* I t , J fof T^^EEDBFALL BEDMCED. 1 TJ FCMNANTS 0? DSILIIS, *11 EEDIICED. IV' ®EIDF MTATYRISI 4 CO.'«. OF:9EBGES,ALL Seduced. REMNANTS ot SHERTINGS, *U BE - duoed,; RELD, AKEAFCYRE, * OO.'S.' . I ryvM^A' of GOTG&AM.ALL X\ duced, Beid, M'LNTYRE.OO.'IS. ". ITS OF LTJSTEEB, GREATLY BAR, M . BRTD, M'&TYRE.* Co/*. ? . IFTF :TM&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

^Palmer!,. ^Ife,-We, the.^dei^igiiod Electors! )0 of Maryborough, viewingwitli BaMsfo<^on"^tJr-int^k^eut^imd inde pendent representa$pn.;( ijf tjhifi? con stituency during the past1 two and a half years, and feeling confident that yourviews are,' on the Twh^le, m ac cordance With dursi and that you. will5 coritinW ;expi?e|s ibi&hi; ^h ft&ngst impartiality/ we' 'resphctlfotLy rcqu&ft that.you will allow yourself to be again nominated as ^ Candidate fot Mary-; pledge 6uKelvcs: to do allinour to^er to secure your return. ? /: George Hprabiirgh, Thos. Faulder, senr., Thbi,Fauldeiv junr. M&rcuk Boise; J;P. ?.:?:? V.Nogues . Thos. Braddock B. J. JJeuman H.Bonarius, J.P.. <F. G. Simpson Ei M. Hyne, ' ' Wm. Williams H/E.Aidrioge ?" JamesGraliata Kenmth^ Miller, J.P, jWm. Foster, ...; ; Bobert Jones, J.P. Geo. Faircloth G.Al. White - ! Jas. Murray B. B. B. Clayton, J.P. J. E. Anderson ? Geo. Sfcupart, J.P. :, P. Hensen <i . Ii....

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Woman's "No." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

Woman's " No." rize for the beat letter, lof an dltefcof marriage. to beptife reft sample^;' beginning with'w iPortia " wko e A LONDON paper offered a thes Her. took tm " De#^Ir. veijf rorry j I appreciate you immeiiiafe^but Ilbarinot give you the casket without the gef "" j ^ Srf|POETi ST^Jlipunc Tempest. " Bear Mr. Cabban,- In declining the honor of an offer from you, I am constrained to own, in justice to my judgment, that I only refuse such an offer because I have accepted such another.-Mirahda." "Friend ever, husband never.-A. S. P." u No, thank you.-SWEET PEA." " Dear Mr. ,-Take back your offer. I cannot send a refusal to you, the friend 1 so value and esteem.-LANABK." "No, dear; mother says I musn't.-POOB Polly/ " Dear Sir,-In declining a proposal, which I trust you will believe I appreciate as the mightiest compli ment you could have paid me, I beg to assure, you in all sincerity, that, upon a review of my own demerits, it is my belief that my f/> ynnr nffor of is the bes...

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The Wheels. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

The Wli^Jte. No wonder things look quiet amongst the wheels, there is something deep moving in the manly bosoms of the -whole crowd of them, and only one grandidea fiUs, the cranium of each of themr-that Grand Championship. . r Training has commenced already in downright earnest, and, now, instead; of the jolly happy care less runs that the boys , used, to have together, ^oii see and hear of this one and that quieitly slicing round by moonlight and in the grey dawn by him self, fearful lest any 6f his kiiid tumble to what is going on and get any idea of the grand form he is working into. - ; If one of the wheelB spies another now, instead of . tinkling, his bell, toothing his whistle, and rushing madly along to hail his companion with pure delight, he steals down the nearest by-way apparently quite unware of the existence of the approaching wheels,, and terribly anxious for fear of being followed up but he might spare his feelings eaeily, for the bthei* man reciprocates thoroughly, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 28 July 1883

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