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

THE QUEENSLAND ICE AND FREEZING CO ARE DELIVERING ICE AT |d. PER POUND. SEND ORDERS TO NEW ICE WORKS, NORTH QUAY. FIRST PRIZE, £3, and a BOX of RHEINGOLD CIGARS. SECOND PRIZE, £2, and a BOX of RHEINGOLD CIGARS. THIRD PRIZE, <£1, and a BOX of RHEINGOLD CIGARS, FOB THE BEST POEH OR ANECDOTE ON THE RHEINGOLD CIGARS. To be Sent on or before 22nd October, under cover and sealed, to RHEINGOLD, Box 54, G-.P.O., Brisbane. "Writers must be Smokers of the Celebrated RHEINGOLD CIGARS, and state at foot of Poem or Anecdote from whom they purchased them. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY. j^ARCABS, SHIPPING, and FAMILY BCTCHEES Wholesale and Retail, Bsibbutb.—Queen-etreet, Leiohhardt-street and Boundary-street - South Bbisbait*.—Stanley street. Fobtitud* Vallbt.—Ann-Btreet. Smoke Vanity; Fair Cigarettes <mee, and you'll never smoke any •4&er. THE WESTERN CHAMPION, BLACKALL. Circulating throughout the Pastoral Districts of Central Queensland. JAMES BBOTHERS, Propkietors. Leading ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

BTJKNS, PHILP & CO., Limited, GENERAL MEBCHANTS, SHIPPING, INSURANCE, :' ' AND ■ COMMISSION AGENTS, Sydney, Brisbane, Normanton, Townsville, Charters Towers, Burfretown, Cairns, Thursday Island, Port Moresby, 'Gerald^ tonj jBfacarthur Biver,' S.A;, London. Besides keeping' a Large and Varied Assort ment of GENERAL MERCHANDISE , i, J, ;v .AND ^ \ ^ ST A TIO N BE QtTIBEMENTS ALWAY8 IN STOCK, AGENTS FOE THE „ NDEBMENTIONEP, IN TOWN6VILLE Colonial Sugar Eefining Co., Herbert Hirer M'll wraith, M'Eacharn& Co., London Gibb, Livingston? &: Co., Hongkong Guthrie & Co., Singapore Wm. Malcolm, Gawlor, S.A. Jolm-Hart& Co., Adedaide Wm. i)uffieid & Co., Adelaide W.' E.iCave & Co., Adelaide Gale & Friend, London Castel & Latta, London M'S&mon, M'Kerizie & Co., Calcutta, Bisquifc, Dabouiiiie & Co., Cognac E.OSS & Coi,: Belfast Ginger Ale W. & A. Gilbeys, Wines and Spirits Wm. Toungere,'...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

me. at? o tto* wm (68 QUEEN-STEEET, OPPOSITE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL.) THE CO-OPERATIVE GLASS AND EARTHENWARE COY., GEORGE STREET, OPPOSITE LANDS OFFICE. THE GROTTO. 68QUEII Slum, BRISBANE, (Opposite Australian Eotti.) THE CHEAPEST WAREHOUSE IN TOWHj FOR GLASS, CHINA, EABTfiENTVARE, TINWARE, HOLLOWARE, TOTS, AND FANCY GOODS OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. W. H. PREBBLE, COQKTOWN, QUEENSLAND, HENRY POOLE, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

SUPPLEMENT TO "FIGARO," 3rd OCTOBER, 1886. mSEEVB THIS I IT MAT SAVE 7QTJK LIFE, The Subscription to " Figaro and Punch99 is Twenty Shillings a year in advance,—Gordon & Gotch, and all Booksellers. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST As published by the National Health Society of England, with the sanction of the Local Government Boards. 1. Every person attacked with looseness of the bowels should at once secure proper medical attendance. Children suffering from Diarrhoea should be taken directly to a competent medical man. Purgative medicines should not be given unless ordered by a legally qualified medical practitioner. 2. All sudden checks to perspiration should be avoided, and a flannel shirt and belt should be worn to avoid such a result. 3. All persons should live temperately and regularly on those articles of food which they are used to, and which agree with them. Fish, fruit, and vegetables may be taken with impunity, provided they are sound and free from taint. All food that is tai...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New Book. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

New Book. I have before me a work entitled, " Elements of Australian Agriculture/' The author is a well known Australian journalist, Angus Mackay, and the work has been accepted as a class-book by the Board of Technical Education in JTS. Wales. Many Queenslanders will remember Angus Mackay as the editor of the Queenslander, and as Commissioner for Queensland at the Philadelphia Exhibition some years ago. He is the inventor of the "Mackay Reading Lamp," and the author of " The Semi tropical Agriculturist," Agricultural Mechanics," " The Sugar-cane in Australia," and other agricul tural works of reference. Mackay has, perhaps, turned out a larger quantity of solid work, destined to be something more than ephemeral, than any other Australian pressman. *He has, for some con siderable period, been "filling a long-felt want" as editor of the Town and, Country Journal. The "Elements of Australian Agriculture," is a handy little volume, neatly printed by John Sands, of Sydney, and furnished...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Military and Naval Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Officers In command of Defence Force or Volnn teer Companies, andPrivatesof any corps, are in vited to forward any memoranda of general interest relating to Defence or Volunteer doings, for inser tion in this column. . Personal Anecdotes and reminiscences will also be highly acceptable. When you volunteer be a Queensland soldier, And to prod your country's foes with bayonet, You must do what any officer has told yer, Or you'll find that officer a martinet. You must not indulge in cheekwhen you 're paraded, From fatigue or other duty mustn't blench, Or you'll find yourself court-irmrfcialled and degraded, Also " General-Order*-ed by. stern ^Colonel French. ■ You must wag a set of. very civil dentals, _ x And maintain a moral standard rather high, - When you're togged oat in your soldier's regimentals. And an officer has got you in his eye. . Though a private individual in society May, with little penalty, act on the rumj Yet, a soldier must observe a sad sobriety, And, if the order's...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

W ARILL A WIN E. « , " AWARIJED A PEIZE jEElUii , . t ' ahd' ceeTii-xcate,;joi i: A ®- the Philadelphia. Centennial Exhibition, 1876, also* Honorable Mention at the Paris •Ou Exhibition of J.878, ahd First Prizp (Ltedal) at the Sydney International Exhibition . ^loiw'OOi < ' ? ■ 4 - .. > * v. i /. . , " ' t~*. -j , ' • - -'l ' IRWIN, BROS*, i-' WAtttftliA rf liTETA'EiB,;. IPSWIC H,. GOAGH S.MOftX BUILDER. h: ■ £ 7-'; ADDftBSS H. BtENBICKSOP PEISBAiJESTEEET,. IPSWICH, r-i •'■ (Opiwstfe. f JSast -Ipswich, ISttiie School.) GOBNEE Olf lEIGHHA^D^'AS1) ^HAEjP STEEJ5TS} BEISBAHE, TAMBS' McCANN.'late df the Varieties Hotfel, G^mpie, axiii the Shamrock Hotel Valley, begs to announce that he-hae taken the atove well-khbwii Hotel. • r - . Iiesseewould respectfully ininiiiate that fro'rii'hSs long: experience in Hotel Business, that he is well able to guagetlie wantsdf his patrons to4;heiri entire satisfaction.. The cpm-, forte ofhomewillbe provided, while the cellars iwill be kep...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Beware! [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Beware t Rayner, the editor of the Port Denison Times, has got himself into serious trouble for contempt of court. Rayner had said, with reference to three men wbo had been committed for trial, and were then lying in Towns ville gaol--" The chances are, there will be no bill filed against them, the evidence on which they were com mitted being, to say the least, open to criticism/' The Crown Prosecutor called His Honor's attention to the paragraph, on. the grounds thut it was calculated to interfere with the course of justice. ' : 4 His Honor said that the paragraph complained of was a most gross contempt of Court, and he should take care that the proprietor of the P. D. Times, should be brought before him in the course of the day to answer for it. The business of the Court was then proceeded with. .. .. ... ... - .v After th,e evidence hadtrbeen hear^anid ji verdict of " not guilty" rieturned, the three prisoners" were dis charged ; and His Honoriasked whether Mr. Raynor was in atte...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Flogging Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Flogging Prisoners^ " Dear Figaro,—Ihave read, with, admiration, your excellent article in your issue of the week beforelast, headed " Is the Flogging of Prisoners Justifiable ? " and should like to make a few remarks on the subject. It was really rather amusing, to hear that three gentlemen, who voluntarily went to "the gaol for the .purpose of witnessing the flagellations, after wards expressed' their horror at the brutality of the punishment. But the most extraordinary partof the whole operation was the continuance of the blows when they were being rained upon " an insensible mass/5 Two medical men were in attendance, and their action, or want of action, seems to indicate the voluntariness of their visit also. It is to be pre sumed that, when a judge orders (say) fifty lashes, ke means—or so many of that number as the prisoner is able to bear, and to appreciate. Two floggings of fifty lashes each may, in my opinion, mean one hundred lashes during the culprit's term of imprison me...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Notice to tlie Pablioi—Please to note my time o • Publishing every Friday.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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ROUNDABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

You may talk-about your plays, Freaks of night and sports of days, Bat there's nothing new that's out, Like a good old rouhdabout. . Tou may talk about your shows. But there's nothing new that goes, fit to hold a dinner cloutl To a good old boukdabottt. ' Middle age may yet . ^get giddy; ; Flirting )with a, buxom widdyi ! Bat it 's nothing to the rout Of a giddy Roundabout. Youthful heart may feel a-whirl, With a fascinating girl, .. \ But it 's bliss is . but a sprout, To the joys of bodndabout. Twist and twirl^ the merry swing, ; Here you all-may have your fling • So, with' tuneful" voices, shout - ; Loudly for the Boundabovt. Twip Yankee locomotives are to be ordered for the Queensland Railways, from the Baldwin Company, Philadelphia (IT.S.) at a: cost of £9250 each. Twenty others, at a value of £2,000each,-will also be obtained fromKitson & Co., of Leeds, Yorkshire, England. The latter will be of the same class as those already forwarded by the same firm. Ths proprietors...

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

. COMPRISING 118 SUPERB ALLOTMENTS, , . . ' 'v SITUATE CLOSE TO THE ESKGROVE ESTATE, THE HAWTHORNE ESTATE, AND DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE BESIpjSNCES 03P THE HON. S. W. G&tFMTH* THE HON. J. S. TURNER, GEO. RAFF, Esq., AND THE CELEBRATED BO WEN TERRACE ESTATE, v , w v . WMfch w|tfxpjLaced so successfully the other day. GALLOWAYS HILL. " ~ GALLOWAY'S HILL; GALLOWAY'S' HILL ESTATE. ~~ fttfiOWiW HIM. M&0m GALLOWAY'S HILL ESTATE. 118 SUPEBB ALLOTMENTS. 118 SUPERB ALLOTMENTS. T~~7~ . ; 31 BIT E B* FBO NT A 1 N ■? *G E S" , if' :'*' :v-'-;' Elicit* FEONTMeS. EIVEB iHOiNTiGES. . " MAW ROAB i'EONTAGES. MAIN ROAD FKONTAOES. WHARFAGE SITES, 7 MANUFACTURING SITES, BUSINESS SITES, TERMS s Quarter Cash, balance .6,12, and 18 months, bearing 7 per cent, interest. M - To Capitalists, Speculators,Shippers;and Shipping Agents;Manufacturers, Timber Merchants, Trustees, Commission Agents, v < Business. People, and all others. CO. : ATE pleasure in announcing receipt of instruction...

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

Tallo w, &>*■ RISBANE PULLE , MANAGER. : ARTIFICIAL ARMS, LEGS, AND INSTRUMENTS ALL MANNER OP DEFORMITIES DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED BY T\ S A. "V O B, Surgical Instrument Maker, to tbe Brisbane Hospital, , 96, EDWARD-STREET, BRISBANE. W M. AITCHISOK. TOBACCONIST, QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE. For Auld Long Syne. Old times come back again, I have much pleasure in announcing to my old Customers and .Friends that I HAYERE PURCH.SBD THE TOBACCONIST BUSINESS which was carried on by me for so many years at Cribb's Buildings, Queen-street, under the sign of THE " LUCKY DIGGER." I would respectfully request a RENEWAIi OF THE SUPPORT so liberally accorded me in the past, and it will be niy endeavour, as before, to keep only the BEST BRANDS OP GOODS at the lowest Remunerative Price * ?■ }•. f ^3ca^'o'3E*.''is ec o'tfain x..' ; Thoroughly Renovatrd and Generally Turned Inside Out. ALBERT ALBERTSON begs to announce to his old Customers all over Queensland that he has made the above Hot...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Ex DUEE OF WESTMINSTER Kx QUKTl'A ' Ex CtiOSCTTRRT ...' Ex l)OKUNl)A ' Kx KKW GUINKA ... , - • Kx "WISTOW HAIiL - • • •• ;■ • • • • ;"4; ; • •• •?*> .':£ I I ■ •»» 48 * f.; a^i ;. 115 v • V « • ! IIS "jy ' tot' D„ \ '.il .-'J:* i/ilyft! I-'.:' .''.O-'-n;.'..:.''!.'1 ;■ h :: f; >■ 7 V. ! h '■o Vi.rTTT »^»nwg. : • OAO J ■ \s-a i-ii: -'h ,; k'-. ,-in a- ■'.-"i. i 7 . V ^E. MeaM'' OEi,THE!ri^ffl:QlIS'' 1 t- n, 1'OR !:fi • J : -'■■■ ' ■ 1 ■ ^: 0 P E N !N6 ' THE SPBT^ SE ASONS, 1 r,,yP * : NOW BJEJABr f • ■' «• - ■■■•. i, c. ?>n ; .:\vs ' - • ^ - ■■ gyi ?mk{i. --• r.-x '■T .' ••: r i •.< h NEW GOODS FOB SPRING AND SUMMER, 1885. 52 5 PACKAGES, Already to hand, now being shown . . - V-T""1SFB1W.- —:' as they came out of the Cases direct from the Loonisjj .{MET, ISLES & CD.; FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. r<j l outf^u^itiw^rptfpartmei^ in Adfelaide streetj ". T .s'.^. 7 - ~~ I ■ • OPPOSITE NORMAL SCHOOL, . .< in which."«Hll be found" : 7 ^ ^ GENERAL ]...

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Another Hospital Row. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Another Hospital Row. At Gcraldton, on the Johnstone Uiver, they have a comparatively -new hospital and a brand new medico— Dr. Bancroft, jun.-—to superintend it. These are both valuable acquisitions to that fever-stricken district, but their value is somewhat depreciated owing to internal dissensions. One of these misunderstandings, the other day, exemplified the old adage about going to law with somebody—say, u Auld Clootie," and holding the court in his Sbeolish dominionst This is what happened on that atnuBing occasion " Dr. Bancroft accused the whole committee as bunglers, and pointed out five members as sympathisers with drunkards and loafers. The charge was so ridiculous that it 'was treated with contempt.' (Doubtless.) the Surgeon was asked by a large majority of the committee to apologise and send. in his resignation, but refused to do so. His charge was-looked upon as being spiteful, and the committee gave him a week to apologise and resign. Very strong language was (excha...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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The Sabbath-Breakers and the Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

::Tli© r-'Sabl^tj^Si^fceris apd the Snake. Some Boina men, unsanctified, . Went o|ut, one1 Sunday, for a ride; But woe all Sabbatli-breakers nabbeth, For it is vrrobg to break the Sabbath. And woe nabbed them, as you shall hear, In manner unforeseen and queer; For, as the Sabbath they clid break, - They came across a great big snake. No sticks were there; and, so, for stones They sought, to break the reptile's bones j The sn^ke fought hard from coil to coil, And there ensued a battle royal. But, in excitement's misty flame, The smjters werp awry in aim ; Some vengeance seemed to guide'their fates. And two or three soon hurt their mates. A Roma alderman soon grieved. He unpreparedly received, Cast by an energetic chum, A 101b., stone upon his turn. He toot this blow upon his front With sickly, unmplodious grunt, His tuifamy inwards, then, he "apsed," And said," Dear mother !" and collapsed. A squatter, who was at the spree, Now got a ff hot un" on the knee, And; as; he sank upon his ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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A Western Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

A Western Difficulty. A Mitchell man glided into Sam's boot-store at Roma, and wanted a pair of No. 11 hoof-coverers. The storekeeper couldn't oblige him any nearer than a No. 10 or a No. 12, because, as all Maranoa men wear elevens, there had been a ran on the stock. . " Won't one of these do ?" asked the storekeeper. . " Hanged if I know," replied the Mitchell man. * Try a Ifo. 10." • Tens pinches.'' u Well, try a No. 12." " Twelves won't go intamy stirrup-irons. (Pause.). But, blow it! hand 'em oyer, I guess I'll get the blacksmith to build me a new pair of stirrup-irons. I can get them any time, £ut a feller can't get a good breezy pair of boots on the Mitchell every day. Cumanlicker!"

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Where No Fellow Makes a Home. (Air, BABIES ON THE BLOCK.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

Where No Fellow Hakes a Home. (Air, Babies on the Block.) Many weary, miles. I've travelled since I left my ' naiiv&l&fkid, V/y i :-J'- .£ | V V*- "? And ftfW odd sights I've -^ritnesfeedl I wpuld KaVe you understand, For I've spent some timje in Queensland* where £he summers are so h6$, " " 'r>- " r ' ' And where New Chums get the fever, sandy blight . ftnd^Bai&oo rpjb. C ' 7 1 Thpyjre ^orMent|d; by mosquitoes; by the flies, and j by the ants, j By the centipedes and scorpions, which, get inside their pants; And if ever thpy get back again, they '11 have no, ..wish to j&ffiikP U] -r?j- ~r.) A 7 To this miser!a»bl4 country where ino fellow makes a home. If you-'re trav'ling through the country and you want to get a feed, Just you call upon a, squatter—you '11 be treated well, indeed; For -;you; 'il hate' to: buy your ; rations at a most '^.enoi^u&^ricfel i vx ' > I .* i,..'. •. -v.; i:„ And, at weighing them a little short, a squatter's ...

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A Counterfeit Corpse. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 3 October 1885

A Counterfeit Corpse. Up in the far North, a woman is said to have adopted quite a new meanB of putting money in her parse. She called upon a neighboring lady with a sad tele of woe, to the effect that her poior husband was lying dead above-ground, because f&e had no means of placing Mm decently tinder it. The lady accompanied her to her residence, to satisfy herself that there was no imposture. Upon beholding the principal sign of affliction, the coffin, which was there, without a doubt, she, with much delicacy, departed, having placed a considerable sum of money in the "poor woman's" hands. But she shortly afterwards missed her handkerchief, and returned to see if she had left it in the house of bereavement. Harrying up the stairs, and entering the room with out knocking, she was both astonished and indig nant to find the claimant for interment sitting up in his coffin> ascertaining by computation whether the money in his hand would suffice for its intended purpose, wha...

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

SATURDAY, 3rd OCTOBER. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. SEFTON ESTATE, ALBION. 254 GRAND ALLOTMENTS. BEING SUBDIVISIONS OF PORTIONS 78 AND 79, TOOMBUL, KNOWN 48 FRANZ'S PADDOCK. ADJOINING Mb; WIDDOP'S HOUSE AND GROUNDS. WITHIN TWO OR THREE MINUTES' WALK OP THE ALBION, LUTWYCHE, JUNCTION, V SANDGATE-ROAD, ; HENDRA, asd RACECOURSE "RAILWAY STATION. Omnibuses also running within a few chains every, half-hour. FRONTAGES TO NEW SANDGATE-ROAD. ALL ROADS CHAI2T WIDE. OVERLOOKING THE WAGNER ESTATE, THE RACECOURSE, NUNDAH, NUDGEE, BAY iwD ISLANDS, Etc., Etc. ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF WATER BY SINKING. BEST ROADS ROUND BRISBA...

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