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Sugar-Growing Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

' -Y i + : ■-< Sugar-Growing Experiment. - The Government of the Crown colony of West Australia, unlike the Griffith .Ministry of . Queens land, assesses the sugar industry' at1- itspiroper valua tion. It is often the case that people possessed of a good thing don't appreciate its real value. The West Australian Government has never benefited from the employment of capital in tropical ■ cultiva-' tion, but lias seen neighbouring colonies ' progress in divers ways, inconsequence 6f! isuch-enterprise. 'Sb\ it is now prepared to make a bid for the industry of: sugar-planters. George Smith, a Queensland sugarf planter, who was, like many others of that calling, smoked but, in a sense, by Griffithian legislation, made overtures to the West Australian Government. The Legislative Council (which is the Parliament) of West Australia, referred Smith's offer to a Select Committee, and. the report of that pmnjittee' has 1>een 6ubniitt<k&. ^The report recomniencU...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Twice Five? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

Five ? Jpy.rfft^biUet as.-. book-keeper. fiis! references .were;, satisfactory and ifc only remained for the two to agree f,s t^ith^remuneratioii to be paid and received. ^ | salary do you require ? " asked the Nner^pftj^ i < f "£100a year to start with and a yearly increase*'?'-'. '• *' I'll give the hundred j but what increase do yott 'eipect ??• U'N ' '•! •' * MA •.»'i :v ■■■:,;■. ;•;i.:i/' " £20 a ye.ar." A'fT^-.Vi \). yyi Jv ' , *'Too much." y'cl ! '!'; " Well; then, I'll j "You1 are eng^^/^^4<|^^^roh.axit;. •-- I And it drawn to i(| by his head cashierithat hfe iJitfcbvered he had aetnallyj started the new man at a salary of £105, with a re-I gular increase of £20 a year on top of that! When; the head cashier first told him, he angrily r6-f marked— ; } " Nonsense! There's only two halves in a year and| I am to raise him only £5 a half-year. -Twice five's] tm, isn't i$? '! " " Not thai way," drily observed the cashier. I And it wasn't. ! | ' — ' 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

Vr BOYD D. MOEEHEAD/ Esq., M.L.A., Chairman. ^HITCAMBECW^ E&q^J'P.; ( JOHN* SINCLAIB, Esq., J.P* * FIRE AND MARINE RISKS ACCEPTED AT LOWEST RATES. » • ; « ' '• >«« <ri •/ 'Hi l.'r;ui.i ,•« '^.i* ' x ' ' ' IiispectOTfot^ulBenBlaiid-7-C. Jv Tbu^tdlb, J.P. ''' .'J'/^ankera^^ ]N&tionai* Bank,Ximit;kd,. ,,, •. SoHcitori^-f-MesBre. Dam- & Hellicab. V Con6Ultmg; D. O/Stanley, Esq. Pbinci^al OrpicBs—- . : M 312' QUEEN STBEET, BRISBANE. (Oae &oor from Corner of Bagle Street.) 77 EDWARD SAYCB, 1; ?■; Resident Bebretorytind Underwriter. THE VERDICT. " Kepter" JCOjfl^jver;: OMv;^1iyith of ilt;" THIS is an emulBified combination of the Finest Norwegian Cod-Liver Oil ('' Kepler '1) with ;• SO per cent of Extract of Malt (" Kepler ")• .. . $s ' . It is^eadily assimilated, agrseafcle tothe inost fastidious taste, and is rendered easy ' of ~'flwftHtiftn:;'~-'K''i'y 'en:;i-• .-<• .'iv. ' '■> • 1 In cases ofthreatenecl CONSUMPTION, or ptlier....

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH. The Elections Bill Contest [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

Thursday, September 17th. The £leotions Bill Contest was resumed Notton'delivering a speebh/ as he had insisted he had a right to do. After some further talk, Billy Miles complimented the Oppo sitionon its courteous way pi stonewalling, naively confessing that he had done the same thing himself, and Midgley, for once, Cameout likeaman, and declared his intention of. voting, against. • his party in favor of Chubb's motion. After Jordan had denounced Midgley's honesty—Jordan himself con-; sidered. it a mortalsin to vote against Sammy—the ' ■ Premier offered a compromise. If Chubb would withdraw his amendment, the Government would suspend the penal clauses of the Bill, till an elections tribunal had been decided upon. To this M'llwraith. agreed; the motion was with drawn in spite of Morehead's protest, and peace once more reiarned supreme. - . During the remainder of the evening, the Bill -was rapidly proceeded with* the Opposition, true to its bargain, offering no obstruction, and Sam...

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A Wail from the Fallen. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

t ... ::V -V ■ A Wail fpom the Fallen. . -The; Queensland Social Purity; Socifety.; should establish an active branch at Bockhampton. On Ithe laf>tdaypflastmonth,a letter wais published in the correspondence columns of the D. N. Argus, of that town, under the heading, " A Home for the Fallen." It was signed by six unfortunate women, and this was the burden of their mournful song " We wantfto know why the unfortunate women Rockh^mpton ai^f nEot ^llq^ed a?hi»nie |n wh^cji the^ may have '^a chafice of reforming. "We have a hos pital built fox; us, a niqrsa to look after us jf-we are sick.'a doclfor paid to ^ttena W ^nce.'a weelc.' If a girl w^she^tjO/ief^rju herself, fshe^ca^ot ^get; actu ation' if'Bhe Mslies' to 'reroriri, ^"is'^ompeO^t^b'be what she is. If agirlrentsahouse and tries to Jjeep quiet, m$ncome .drflnkr—not by the girlg bring? ing them. Then tliey kick up a row, and cause a poor girl tp be turned , out pf her housg into- the street. ' Wtiat are- we tfr'do? BF we waltah...

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Crushing a Miner. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

Crushing: a Iftiner.j Q ff\ i I have before me a pamphlet entitled i-*" Epiromfe of the case of Hansen v. The Bank of New South Itf; Circuit Coiarfc (Civil Jurisdiction), beioreT&ifr Jtisticej Cooper, and a Special Jury of 12, on the 4th November, 1884, a?^i^S?of^Co^^Y^re'^^^Mo^ai^tr bane, on the, 3rdja,nd 4th March, 18SS5; and' ttifc opinions of'1)no ^fie'ensland Press on the —case." This pamphlet has been printed by A.jCleghorn, of Brisbane, for j.; P. ^ansen. -Ip. his | preface the latter sums up his reasons for publication thus:— " The reason of my up to the present so persistently • figfi^^a^iinit^the Bftnk, ^0® ?^ceaswned by the actions of the Bank in doing everything-they could; to eebkmg^edieeiff for mf* ^6§gl i& semli^evCTytmng I ll«wi> by perae cuting me, and even stripping me of my private py«ijpe|qtj5rjf.and thus, tlwught that 3i»h^y had com pletely crushed me (Who am not uie \ only one by many), that caused me to take a solemn oath that, if there was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

'•if'• w' jc«jt; ft :tu ?n->vr 'W($: '-:;>.;rfe*FSte •■$($$ WjHw t%&hO K&<tharof*. f&-.>tlj '• :%&.•<# si -k><y:'qh vimi -whir Wow lalidiug and to i hxiA^W&n}^ V '•' 't^i i&S&fro. «:;<*v ith*t ,'.^- • ••;." i4 .JN '* ;,bx y B. FOSTER 80NsV^^i!jiRp& ■ ■ •'' j-8?tfU'VLV«Sif?&X-l . ffl&tij aiiiyjpt* 3?*;{,} ■ IT%0'jX *xhh •...- ■■'"■■: !' v&iv] bf'i*frti<j,*{f l{jj-5£ . JBa^o . Halt ^ ^:. • ■, • ;.,^ C; S, V. Brandy* bufl^^v"a!>, J. D. K. Z. 4/20."GHf'wV".^* xAtti^ojf Old Tom • S.-.HW fltifia's'iie and ■ • m>% IliW-i r.i»!if*?ifk'T -I'ji.i r> $ Foster's Ale, qu^B^jJjpitaJgjrs '■£-!! Angostura Bitters Old Tom • ■• Griffin'B Ale aaag^fo^ife; .; 1= Hennessey's {J;j£ •■ ' "^gffnk-h-jf i*fU oin "■' .'. •'•• ."' • VsjittoH.;# uss^i m £0 **pi?mr| Ex Malt -iSbiepCys^j:^,. -.f-.'.im vjr«;.ots • *0 ?<-*h oI,'i:fjiO'WO'T Oli...

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Beginning Tyranny Early. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

Mental diseases, the doctors tell us, run ill dejmics as myich as bodily ones, and this, being 3o, accounts forithe putrid condition of the Townsville Reform and liberal Association. Someone must have joined it wi^h an unhealthy mind and gangrenous st>ul; and his^disease, aided byithe'ViciouB atmosphere of present Ministerial politics, musthave spread like cholera among. the,,. po-called:.Liberals ,pfj that en lightened constituency. This, to my inin4, is the onlypossible explanation of the Association^ recent - action in reference to E. K. Russell's Candida* tur^ an action which would disgrace Russia, and, if widely known, would humiliate Queensland in the .jejeej of the w^hole world. *" ^'4 tfo many men, if. not Wosfc men:, the franchise is a sacred thing. It is the weapon with which liberty was won and is guarded, the means whereby we shaU hand "down to our children a better existence than our fathers hknded down to-us. lt is a®ght which the iyrants, ^rhose tiirones&re...

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A Brace of Desperadoes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

}/; T A|Bra® of Desperadoes. Two desperate ruffians were charged, at the Bunda-j berg Police Court, on September 16th, with haviogj assaulted an elderly lady. The scene in the court! was one calculated to melt the most obdurate heart; With p&y for'the distressedlady, tLM to^^the in©st| flippant with an uneasy thrill for the growingj ruffianism of fair Queensland. The complainant wasj Mrs. Wrightj- her locks whitened with the grey-| streaked rime of; some, 50\ winters,,and; her counten-] ancefurrowedwithi the s6amy ploughing of the aanicfl number of f,iraitfrii£rs. She was supported (as| witnesses) by her husbaiid, also aged about 60 years J and by her daughter, aged, apparently, 30 years. The! villainous desperadoes charged with having ferodi4 ously assaulted her were David Groom, junr., and| Arthur White, two young buccaneers, aged respect-! ively 4s\ years and 3 years and 3 months ! Tlie: -defendants w6te, bprne m^ .pourt in their parents'] arms, and surrounded with their ...

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"FIGARO'S" AT HOME. "Oh! he hath drawn my picture in his letter!" [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

V • . m?..» • ifrf.'-.. J.' i *.i> " Ohl lie hath drawn my picture in Mb 'letter T" .; ■7*-iWi>£ ' —Loya's La.bob JjOST. . Readers are,, invited ..to forward early, in telligence of fasldonable, or socialfestivities, if gossilile, accompanied by fall descriptions of.', itpilotfces, woriiby," lapies./ Portraits. •' of 'laiiUes;** japcomjpaMed !>y names and addresses, ! "will alsd; 1>& ^66jBptable : for reproduction. '•^hojWf donsl^riBd suitable will 1)6 im metLiately "retjirned. Strictest confidence* Address, i Social Editress, " Figaro" Office. •«« ^.po5r,k^^ae^g\onB'sf: . = i ;iV-> ; ; < WKd'rei'not <of the* 61ite» .ii.u-rv. . ;ii ■: jlJake.:heart ofgrace,.> . ;• I;... t . Here 9:6a may .trace, *'• •*'*/' . ; All "thatis me6fc.i:\ 1." •' "> a;! +Pobr waudtefing oiieBj : . v Who don't subscribe to;.-J!io.. ...• ; . ,. .Dop't be a. dunce, . .. . < '-'x^ao at'obcei'J ' *"•' And' read the Fashion's rig.' - ' . ■ !i. ■■ . TaJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

C »t mm*. ? V' % '■> ;-,;iU .tlfd- : l>;«si''fi'»ift ?«(''? V'*'S}t •U'.'l-" Ex DUKE OF WESTMINSTER Ex QUETTA Ex CLQNqUBRT <^jF: "®jPPMpc ''' :^-Ul,« -hi. ,4'--"t J,v\'JfH ^ 4.. * %iff < J. iii a.: ». t.i?i«- ,»x»i '// ::E|S^-.!\^iSTGWi ■ WATiTi .!.••' ■fTH «JM .V: > '/Va ' ' ju-..' .'. ■• • • .';4j*?* ■ -It . ,iV:' '}Wi ;nr ^ilh- :|SM; ■■■■■--1 ■-■■■■■'■'■■—•• ■ •■■ - ■ -:-feir'iiW 1 _■ 1*«f.t ,5 ^"h ' rinn-jt^:'.1'1 *iv. .•".■^■jt-J' I ' *.i*< 'I ,1 -j'iU* si v lip i* j'M«;ft.sl •£» -ni'/'dJ ;<</. !'w ,('. '.'". '. \' . i x-,v...' • ',>!<\ «' •'^ ( fr - ;<J i vfi'fA ^ ! n.tl^- fW|jbA~• fu'V^j. *i<Vi t-'-r-<%- .&Mti. f'f'd i blv&tifiC-'. '.'j-' Mlirffc J&J&\ \-;'tyl,'i0&%tti:i&\\.t>. .'•ril'SXKt$>J,~/, :'1 Q'&f&feiftfi'X- .', m ■": J-; 3 '■? i- rx i#s? 'V:;; >j j j'i: "4Mi£kal::>:'S'tiX.ih v.f.- (u...

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On the Plains. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 September 1885

On the Plains. Six stalwart men, with faces stern and brown, Six weary steeds ride o'er the burning plain; And, though the broiling sun beats fiercely down, They forward press with eager haste amain. Is it for life or death they thus ride forth, . "While dancing heat-waves dazzle dim their sight, While hot winds blow from out the fiery North, And mock-mirage gleams in its trembling flight ? Is some dear comrade slain by myall blacks P Or lost far out upon that Westering plain ? Now follow they the crafty niggers' tracks ? ;; Or search they for his corse—perhaps, in vain ? Will they yet save him from a dread disaster ? Are they in time to stay the savage slaughter ? Oh! hurry men, speed yet your horses faster, May be some comrade dies for lack of water. See! see! The leader shouts, the brave old bub ( Is that a tear that glistens in his eye ? A tear of joy! He cries,' " That's Barney's pub! Come on, my lads, I'm most infernal dry!" Yes, those six shearers came from Biralee; They rode...

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"As others See Us." A YANKEE GIRL'S IMPRESSIONS OF THE SUNNY SOUTH. LETTER NO. IX. Brisbane, Queensland, September 31st, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

4< As others See Us." a YANKEE GJ-IEL'S IMPRESSIONS OP THE SuttXY south. Lkttbe No. IX. Brisbane, Queensland, September 31sfc, 1885. House Hunting. — Giving the Mitten. — The Savings Bank,—Direotorslmilding Churches. ""The Golden Gates,—Poor Consolation.—A Jerusalem Pony.—Jerry O'Donovan Rossa.^ At an Auction Sale.—Bargains,—A Dozen Sofas, Ac. My densest Kittie.—Everything comes to those who wait—even a husband* so don't despair!—and a change has come over the tenor of our ways, I should say the baseness of our ways, though there's nothing particularly musical in the motion with which one puts Kr use's Insecticide where it'll do the most good. Not that even that potent remedy did more than divert the attack of the enemy in the shingle-roofed house I told you of two weeks ago. As for the cock roaches they played lawn tennis vrifch us ; we laid all sorts of traps for them, but they laughed at our simple wiles. I took a bottle of good beer and mixed it up with the very best ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Qaeensiknd Galvanised Iron and fSa?wIbia^' " mrk9hops,ETO4BBi-STfiEET; ; ^ tf, : jSfcoroBitmd Offices, EAGLE-STREET, BRISBANE. N iTk p-T H IS It s, - •it'i 'L'A fc E Qi'o S Q E ; WiT S O H, (Established 1862). House and Ship Plumbers, Gasfljbters, Zinc and Galvanised Iron Workers, iTetal Merchants, • Jcc. ' Importers of Galvanised, Corrugated and Plain Iron, Sheet Lead,,Composition and Lead Pipes; Galvanised Iron Tubes ' itnd Fittings, Water ' . , ■< . -i ahd . GftB Fittings, $c. , Large and Varied StoeV tit -White, Printed; Gold, and White and Marblfe Lavatory; : . * Washhand and Cabinet Basins/ Urinals, an<t Sinks., . Manufacturers of all kinds of Spouting, Gutter- •] ing, Ridge Capping, Mouldings, &c. i Tanks made from 10 to 10,000 gallons; i Acompetent Staff tof "VSTprlonen only kept. and . the Trade supplied on reasonable terms. I' Coa&try Ordersrepeive special attention. Agent, for Messrs. Billing & Co.'s " Sun Dial" Gas Cooking St...

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Railway Porters and Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Railway Porters and Officials. " Mr. Figabo.—With reference to your article, the week before last about* Eail way Porters and Officials,' I may say that it was my original mistate in men tioning 30s. per week, instead of 33s. per week. The difference is of small consequence. The grievance as to the failure to give promised increases, however, exists. It appears from your article that the station master- is the ruling power with regard to pro motions. Then let a new system he at once adopted, in fairness to all the men. Let the station master make himself acquainted with the merits of every man under his supervision, and let him not be guided by the statements of subordinates. At the end of the three probationary months of service, let the station master do one of two things with the employee who has served those three months—either disqualify him for incompetency, or recommend him for the pro mised advance. This would be more honorable to the Department than (as at present) having a...

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Dingoes and Kangaroos. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Bingoes and Kangaroos. Iii a late issue, I published some remarks made by " W.S." (Nebo) which traversed an anecdote, told by a former correspondent, about dingoes chasing kangaroos and making use of the strategy of running the marsupials into ah ambush. " Former Correspondent" once more ventures into the; breach, as follows:—"Your correspondent ' W.S.'(Nebo) appears to be greatly exercised be cause, when relating an incident of which I was an eye-witness, I abstained from saying anything about the.damage * dingoes do amongst sheep and young calves.' I am, perhaps, as fully aware as is * W.S.' of the propensities of the native dog, when he obtains a chance, amongst such young stock; as I have had many years' experience amongst cattle, and the best opportunities, on a scrub-bordered station, of witnessing their depredations. But the chief object I had in view,in sending youmyfirst communi cation was not to prove that dingoes kill calves and sheep—that is undoubted!—but that they some...

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My Bard Carols. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

My Bard Carols. Oh ! gentlemen, oh ! gentlemen I pray you, dry each spleenful pen; Such sad left-handed compliment! Should never pass between such gents, 'Twould really, sirs, maken6t;^!]feH) sibk, To hear such discoi'd In the music. Douseyouv volcanos, Sheath your mowing machines; Shake-hands, pianos; ^ ; Smile; ye sewing machines; How is this nag meant ? " Rustic Sketch " renowned, Also ''Young Fragment," ;Shake""Hands; all Sound." And if the frame, with wrath, still quiver, It 'a nothing but a sluggish liver. And that disease bill; seldomkills—» 'Tis cured by antibilious pills. Esteem and reverence I feel For all who bear the name of Beale; If any name I love more so, It is the name of Beale and Co. Deem not their conduct supercilious, They merely are a trifle bilious. ; Douse your volcanos, &c. If true respect e'er Wjav my tongup, v :'Tis when I speak the'name of Toting'} h £' :I love to linger fondly on That name with Christian prefix, John. Pray do hot think he is a sc...

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Notes from Randwick Saddling Paddock. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Notes from Randwick Saddling Paddock. No. II. The second day's racing at Bandwick was chiefly interesting on account of the Metropolitan and Squatters' Handicap, for Nordenfeldt, the Derby winner, was allowed to run for the Maiden Plate, which closed before his Hawkesbury victory—the A.J.C. rules defining a maiden as a horse who has not won, up to time of entrance for a Maiden Plate— and very little interest was felt in a race whichj but for the big" gun's presence, would have brought a big field to the post. Nordenfeldt won, but, to my mind, the victory was not quite so clean as his thick and-thin admirers and Fiemington backers would have liked, for, though he won pretty easily at last. Magnifier was always a thorn in his side till within a hundred yards or so from home, and layers of odds were not quite easy till the Grand Stand was reached, where Magnifier's bolt was shot, and after that, but [ not before, Nordenfeldt's task was an easy one. That very nice-looking, but rather sm...

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Pianos out of Tune. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Pianos out of Tune. I have been asked 46 publish the sitl)j6m6|L corros pondence T^the^EditorofFiGABO. "tDeJlb 6ra,^&;Tiifae^ tayiwehjb; 3^Si3e Association having teen formed to which I'hWe Keen elected President, invitations; were sent round to attend ia Special Meeting ion Monday, .the 28th of September,' to all those firms who, more or 4ess, transact business on th it system. I , " The following gentlemanly response was received from' Messrs. Bjeale & Co., and read before the repre sentatives of some fourteen firms assembled, who hate requested me to forward the same to you, together with my reply thereto for publication. ry- u 1 am, Dear Sir, ( " Yours faithfully, "John ioung. ^ "Manager, " Queensland Piano and Music Warehouse, "141, Queen-street, Brisbane, '■ « Sept. 2.9,1885."^ C " ".7.7 [CorYioi" Letter Received ] " John Toung, Esq., }> : ; ... } " Queensland Piano andmiisic Warehouse Co., " Deab SiE,-r-Tour favour of the 23rd inst. re meeting of the so-cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

W, J. TEOUTON, SticoeBBorto "W- J. Page), FAMILY, AND \ DISPENSING CHEMIST (By Appointment to His, Excellency). QUEEN& GEORGE STREETS, BRISBANE, ' * . and ),SOUTH . BRISBANE, BEGS" to call attention to Mb Large an Varied assortment of— DRUGS and CHEMICALS, SURGICAL IN STRUMEMTS, PATENT MEDICINES, ASfD DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. The Stockhasbeen selectedwith the greatest care, and consists of almoBt every article usually sold by Wholesale and RetailDruggiets. THE DtSPENSING*DEPARTMENT Is specially adapted for the rapid and accurate dispensing of Physicians' and Surgeons* Pre scriptions ; and no expense is spared in faith fully carryxng out the prescriber's intention. EVERT DRUG AND CHEMICAL USED BEING OP ABSOLUTE PURITY. An Efficient Staff of Qualified Assistants kept,: one of whomresideson the premises, and pre - scriptions are Dispensed at all honrs of he night. SUBURBAN AifD -COUNTRY, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. And executed with Care and Dispatch. «3~ For the convenience of Cu...

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