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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

] To the Electors of South Brisbane. GENTLEMEN,-The dissolution of Parliament imposes upon you ths - duty of electing your representatives for the new Assembly. I accordingly do my self the honour to solicit your support in my candidature for the position of one of your representatives. During the past nine years I have sat as your member, and to the best of u»y ability I have asslst^anjec^. .colony sucJl legislation as I trust will prove.^n^ficM . to all ^lass^, and as I firmly believe will greatly conduce to the progress of South Brisbane. "W^ilenotinBensible of * my duty tp file4 country at largfc have never lost sight of the peculiar requirements of jyour elecroratc, and I think I may fairly challenge denial of that fact. And what is of equal importance, I shall ever oppose any action, no matter from which side of the House it may emanate, which would be likely to detract froni the benefits which the legislation of the post :;l)a& secured to South Brisbane!. I hardly iSi...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
An Address to Teetotallers. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

An Address to Teetotaller#. That grapes wer6.sent to yield us wine Needs no profound divining, Should we reject this gift divine, And be forever whining? Though many in your ranks fenlist, ;r And listen to your teaching1, I'll give yoii now of folks a, list To whom 'tis useless preaching. The native Block you'll ne'er convert, I'll demonstrate it oleai'ly, He's fond ;of. nakedness and dirt, And loves, his " gin "too dearly. Thoughcattle-dealerssign the plelge, Their conduct isn'^ candid- . They hatb the dritik^o thoy allece > And still With railway-men you'll find it hard, As sure as bricks and mortar. For, from^tlfe driyej:, to> $Ue guard, That with you * 1 . I hope you'rie ;n<>t Expecting Though sobermeu, " rum-shrubs " they are Eternally collecting. : v I fear you fancy female charms Are close approximating To sin, for lovely Uqu id eyes Are most intoxicating. A toper dies-liis .brethren dear . Would give their final " stiver," Gould they but r rise him from h...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COMBINED TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

THE COMBINED TEAM. Iu whatever way I may disagree with the selection, I shall not give vent to it here. Three heads are better than one. ergo the Selection Committee know more about thft placers than Ajax. Aft a team it could not well be improved. Public opinion may be given freely, and no doubt will, but, personally., I am prepared to back the names up in more than words. To frighten and annoy the Sydney fellows I give my criticism Sack: , P.-ROBERTS.-A good reliable man, and the bestin tLe team for this position. Brilliant at times. His weakest point is tackling. Half-Backs: - ' ANDERSON.-A good player with.plenty of dash and go. Knows how to meet an opponent, and, if in full swing, is difficult to tackle. Pbitchabd.-"Well suited for a half-back for his speed and kicking,. Once started, travels well. Is. not in g.>od trim. HICKSON.-The best man in the team anywhere. His weight carries him through anything, and, as .a rule, he holds his men. Is merciful to the weak ones. Quarter...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

^QUEESSI^ND>. NEW SOUTH WAMS. Wedni&day 15th. - ... Combined Queensland .Thursday H6th ... Wallaroo Club Saturday 18th ...Brisbane Club Monday.20th . ... . ... Bbma district Thursday 23rd. . .. ... Beturn Combined. LET niejbecarididih my appreciation of the final Eugby prac tice. improvement was maiiifest, though when and where the practice assumed this onward step I do not know. Some how fellows; seemed .to remember their places better, to know' when&ud how,^o, use judgment <out notjplways), and the run ning Was mark^^its '^straight away "fltyle. Not the dodgy getawayba^ka^^&tliatibncewasso favorite. Whltefe 1 firat'ai^ed* on-the ground, my attention was drawn to a individuals almost'in thecentre of the field. Curiosity, for which I was always hotedi, "tempted me to increase the iiam^e^,fprt thought I, it might be a despatch from the : Salva|ioti; Ariiiy^unirterSj jbr elseatelegitim sta&g^hat New South>Wales was afraid to send up ia ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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SECOND TWENTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

. SECOND TWENTIES. August 4.-'Wallaroo v. Hovers ... ... Kcdron 4|^Brisbane v.-Grammar School .... ... school . it.-'Brisbaiiiey. Exccl&ior ... ... ... Point i ll^Wftliaroo v. Grammar School ... ... School v. Boyers / ,. ... ... ... Kedron Ig^^ailarob v. Brisbane ... ... ... Point ? 25.^Jft>vors v» Gramma*School ... ... SpA°Jl : 22.-Brisbane V..Wallaroo ... ... ... Point

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

; Who is It stoves thp best in the town, r " For which' pfe's gained a wide renown ? - . , "?^o is it&xtsjo^ s ^ Aidoiifcofflierstafcepthe(8hine? : ?, "; *W£io ,1sitsgiv6§'the Dpist shampoo, , Brings to your tf&eeks-ixieiiltH's rosy hue, AMnmkesa happymiinof you P ; .M'.OC Hi,'- i.yj,; >l?!TOESEN Note the Address- .?;.» , , > in 3?ha American Hair Cutting Saloon, . ??" Albert-street (three^doors from Queen-street). O OE M Messrs. SHERIDAN & GO. having purchased from Simeon, Osborne & Sons their valuablerecipefor the manufacture ^^of ANTITHARMA, have* after careful consideration, decided to the hands of the public of Queensland; using it as a medium of Adver throughout the length & breadth wonderful preservative Fish, Game, Butter, Eggs Fruit, &c., &c., some during: the any length of for a mtire fract place the same into ? with a view of, tising themselves the Colony. This keepkindiitof Meat, Milk, Cheese, Veg^tab^s, fectl...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Holy, holy, holy. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

Holy, holy, holy. rtx^' ®?UTH ®EISBANE clergyman, calling himself a Christian, has been guilty of a despicable piece ? intentional, or luxi^duVforgeMkess,he -neglected t6 attend, as he had promised, at a certain funeral1 on Sunday o 6 of his female parishoners died on the SaffoMay^and W Pj^PHiised $o r^ad the burial sejptee remain^. -| Thjs; mburning friends Waited for a couple of hbuirs," litid :tHen the under taker read the burial services and the coffin was lowered to its last resting-place. I hereby invite the ftev. Mr. to set himself right with the public. I'tefrain from comment until time sufficient has elapsed to have his excuse forthcoming.; Bob Lyons, the Victorian native, has jibbed on the election contest for tfiat town, and turns over his interest to Bees JEL Jones. ,. HA s frij.&K.n* A GENTI/eman, wliois known in Brisbane as " the Erratic," has gone out into the bush again. Most people will understand what I mean by that. He has now been several days away, inspe...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Respectfully Dedicated to Commissioner Seymour. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

1"5 to X.' " -mae tt» 'foorce' at Tbieves and w*a*m

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

Mm 'uotxii'-i iiur. I ARE >NOWJiERBPififfiE3)r»i-i/;i fi ? '£'y$s&k-\;y /:lr'' iiARGE .AHP^.HPJC^!'Srf^QTK)ij ' ; 4-.* '? j . '' ' ' ' ' f ' . r **>*?? W;© > , NOVELTIES fobW WINTER/ ? .v.l-.,->yi'J i'-'-HJ''. ^V; f^i^f :i.;u ? ;CDMPJ|I6IN|J^^E:IiAS!EST.j. .',*; LONDON7a!iId!Ma^3&^YLES JU-U^iUrj.' rs . I PREPARE FOB THE COLD WEATHER : .'. .. - ?."?:?;? .'../A.Ni> .hi, ;i BtJY YOTTR ^LANKETS^f ' .? i'( ? ''Si-*: ?? at . .:,. EDWARDS A CHAfKIAIi'S, s-?"L-".X-'-i.i-v ^TTT^ -;>j i--i ;? f . ±. * OtTjJ-'i $ > \U'':.'-- :; ?V'": ? IMPORTATIONS ^BLANKETS -ti:-7/;u +/ .».. :i^v; ,.4 "? "S^ 1 f ?'/ '"'JP?- -i 'J :"?'. ;; '*-' i ; ; 7 REACH th^ , V ?? . ^ of ' '- ?"?/;,. '; f- ;i^:;a^trSAl^D PAIRS. ; ?. <3 .r-'Li 5; .! w ..) .'. . - ':' ..- . . '. >.:.; ; AS. THESE ABE BOUGHT . DIRECT FEOM F ~WE "CAlNAFFOED'Ta |si> '~~ . AT , WHOLESALE PRICES. ?.T;r,.i}.<-\- «v,- A ' THE ^pffi^ii^pRj^siRy ;> WAREHOUSE, "The :||pp»i9l ioCipjwJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

THEATRE ROYAL. Under the Direction of MB. W. J. HOLLOW AT, CONTINUED SUCCESS OP Mr. W. Jw HOLLOW AY And his especially selected DRAMATIC COMPANY. ? Friday, LAST NIGHT OF SHAKESPEARE'S GLORIOUS COMEDY or ERRORS. gATtrRD^Y, AUGUST 11TH GBAND PRODUCTION OF QUEEN'S EVIDENCE, WITH ITS MARVELLOUSLY REALISTIC SENSATION SCENE. THURSDAY,. AUGUST 16TH Revival for Two Nights only ' OP THE GREAT PLAY , LIGHTS O' LONDON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18TH Charles Rcade's own dramatization OP NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND. The Superb Furnishings from the Establish ment of Messrs. J. &. J. Hislop. ? Box Plan at Beale & Co.'s New Music "Ware* . house. Tickets for sale at Beale and Co.'s., G. Prentice's, ' Edward-street, and F. Smith's, ' ttext Theatre. Ticket holders admitted at 7 o'clock. Dress Circle, 4s.; Stalls, 3s.; Pit, Is. . " JOS. O'BRIEN, Agent. A ALBERT HALL^ ~ Lessee and Manager ... R. G.Bacheldkb. TO-NIGHT, 10TH AUGUST, SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND ' WEDNESDAY. Second Appearance. \ INSTAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

' Notice to the Public,-Tal mage remarks, "Good WOKS bring good morals; bad books bring bad morals." This comment applies also - to > journals. Queenplonders who wish to make a fresh start 111 life, fitted up with thoroughly renovated massive morals, should give a standing * order to atqr respectable news-agent (or a supply of FIGAEOS, and be careful to get them on Fridays. PLEASE TO NOTE THAT " FIGARO " is ISSDED AT 9 A.M. EVEET FBIDAT, and the subscription is Twelve Shillings a year in advance. Gordon ' and Gotch,. Publishers. Terms of Subscription.-Forwarded post free, to any . part .of the Colonies, twelve months for twelve shillings, paid in advance; or a note will-secure FIGARO and PUNCH for fourteen months. Gordon & Gotch, Publishers. THE well-known firm of Peate& Harcourt introduced- three years ago tlie Shipton Mallet Anglo-Bavarian Ale, and last year their order was for 5000 casks. It .took the first prize at the Vienna Exhibition, the gold medal at Pari...

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ROUNDABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

. Kindly, Musey, ' Xines that greet j - ffeatimdsewfly, /. Short and sweet,, I'll indite 'em, 'Each of them, So each item la a gem. Don't wan't stalings, Lobg reports; Crisp curtailings, All inf'shorts;'' Terse the shindy Oftaytateis/ Not so windy As the Dailies. . Twig your debbils, North or South, Don't put pebbles . In my month. Hit out plainly In my trade, Call ungainly Spade a spade. Give good value For your "greed," Like Du Chaillu In his screed. . Why, by Jumbo! This 'ere spout 's worth a *' thrumbo' ROUNDABOUT. ^THE telegraphic cable connecting West Australia with the Asiatic lines (the scheme of Sir Julius Vogel) Will cost a million. THE (Hailstone Observer missed issue one week. Its last issue expMns .this by saying that the pro prietor had "been laid up by serious illness, and the reet of the " natural limited staff " were not equal to the emergency. Bather vague. ; '-'iJ A Noririanton shepherd is said to have got bushed withaflock of rams. He stated that for 240 hours he...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

\: Kk| .'." f''' J ? <?*!%: ? i n Ifc 5*,; .: ;i* Jc£ DP &] Corner EAGLE STREET. Well dcteched BBIOK; BALLINGS iff Town taken at Is. 6tl. Per Cenfc '..'< - ' j ':. . . iWell Setacked W^ODEIS'f DWEIjiiliNCIS in Town t£),le& at 4s# J?er Cjeiit»r,v . .'ri <-?-sfji-wm-fry-j V -:Ar ; I -4 ' \fj Resident Secretary. -&yl. ' '?.' . [=? - '???? - . ? : ? ??? . /. « -,£W- . ' ' ' /. S Q % T & E E R spepIae BRISBANE EXHIBITION, b6w£N COLONIALrOOTBALIi ~lt&0'WEB !SW ' fflHE following -will riin.1>etwfeen IPSWICH, ,. ii RACECOUESEfon 15th, Brisbane aid Ipswich, 15f;h.l6{;h, an' DOWN. ". ? trp, . ' A^M. A.M. KOOB". P.M. ...".. Ipswich depart 740 9*50' 12*0 2*15 | Brisbanedefifg$/f «3$0. £&$ulJi*lS Brisbane arrive 9*0 11*20 1*30 3*35 f Ipswich amve - 5:0 ^ itftv 90 M&*40 Brisbane fliid Bo wen ParK, 15th, 16 th, and 17th. ?'? ^;TMi;o : i'DOWN. P.M. P.M. -K^ '- >"b "?. , A.JA.M. A.Mv . A.Mt P.M. P.M. P.'M:...

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PERSONALS "I hope I don't intrude." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

*'I hope I don't intrude." l^at very different sorts it takes; v" v5i £ To.makea whole world up? - £ Like guns, there are nll^orts of makes, From toy-pistpl to Krupp. Some hold-theiir heads so very high, Q They 're always in a cloud; Some daily eat of " humble pie,'* And aint the least^bit proud.. , ' . Some take your hand with meekest, " Oh !" And shake it With a slummick; Some greet you with a boist'rous, " So! " And dig you in the stummick. Some men are honest and their faults Are: bare to ey'ry eye; Some keep their sins in secret vaults, > They are so very sly. Some, when they want a drink, just take The bar-door opened wide; ' While others stealthily will-make Bound for the secret side. I dish 'em all up here, all sorts Of human animals; , ; You'll find'em all in my reports . Here headed, " PERSONALS." DE. FOBBEST, the rector of St. John's Catholic College in connection with the Sydney University, is dead. Dr. Forrest was, perhaps, the best classical scholar in Sydney, barri...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Jordan's Lambs. [SEE SKETCH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

[SEE SKETCH.] POOE OLD JORDAN has spoken. The "SHEPHERD"   still wears the same old ragged sheepskin. He dis-   tinctly says that his ideas have "hardened." We all   know what those ideas were. And they have hardened   with a vengeance.   Poor Old Jordan's first stump speech was all about Poor Old Jordan. First of all, he admitted he had no   grievance against the McIlwraith Government. That   is a tremendous admission to be made by a man   whose ideas are always "hardening." Such a man, if he made a blunder early in life, would "harden"   in that blunder. There is no chance of his being   convinced. He would go on perpetually "harden-   ing." Poor Old Jordan tells you how Poor Old Jordan acted when he was Immigration Agent. He said that Poor Old Jordan "had sent to these colonies 36,000   persons," and drew a picture from which ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Press Versus Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 11 August 1883

Press versus Judge. From one of my Sydney correspondents, I learn       that there is considerable public excitement over that Sydney Morning Herald libel case. It will be remembered that Fairfax Bros. were "potted" for £450 damages, and £7000 costs. There was an old sore between Sir George Innes (the presiding judge) and the Herald. The Herald runs out a small afternoon paper called the Echo. On the first page of this Echo appear generally a leader, and several racily-written paragraphs styled " Town Talk," or some cognate heading. A very smart pressman, named Myers, has   the credit of evolving most of these. Recently, this part of the Echo just gave Sir George Innes   " brusher," the peg upon which the rough-handling was hung being, of course, the Anderson libel case. Sir George found his hair was being combed down the wrong way, and got the Full Court to order the Prothonotary to issue citations for " contempt." I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

* M ikl -?;.;.?. i-jftl;-;=ti t ?<<; ;; ]' j . t-i <-''.ri.;«!? ??*?&::? "?< . ''.' 1 ^ »i<-> *?! * 1 < ? j f-.y*:. f< ;* i 1 * * jy«> .v/« r ? fjfr. ^vVte - .?'; t ::r - i ''iMfy .X;,M0i4r&I .-' '; *>'} >.:.-! ,-j -ns^ {JVih I; P<j| ;? -l":'i' _ ...- -:'Yf -''' r".-' "" ." . V' 1 .tfwb.W 6*",0 ?' 4 .."Vi.-ifM'.-':f- ».t *; *v. ^ I ^ f ,. , *"?:«. t. .. *i"ft {?tM'-'Ji' *-**? -I . .,- ? t *r * ?..?'"* 1 ' *' ? f- l- / ff 1 ' ">. 'i -i vfet-£i:> ?> iliit .Fj ii-i.- I;,-??:.? Jk'?r 'fUji-^iisyliSfoS %«, ;v:J r^j ? tff..? -£ i*7 ^ .*« - ??? - i>M< \H. hi'.&fy 'fiil ,/rt| iti'TO'l fc l*u.« i ??': i ' '.-I'M" .{ . . -no - in'l'n" <1:>M j ? - ., .. .. .y» vrviT'trf c-: r-ti COUNTRY ;^#tMl0S <i* *fc-:f(i f?o."ays(.»3 '.rdJ-jBfi Should Call and Jaifipefct otti* IfEW IMPLEMENT DEPAE-TMENT, Oornfer of ^ st-;. .^,^4.} '.. 't...

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The Exhib. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

TKejE^Hbition may be consi^br<id: & %eiatMr,| fitie exhibits, fine ls&ie)3/&nW!fti^ t£ile$iei3.! Ej^^£^aHo bis taste, and so;t wWt'itidic^e wjiicii of : these, fine tilings I a^.mir6d.. nios^. Sir Arthur HunterPalmerWas veryiyie also."' HisMde-de-B^mp' m mUitg-ry glory and it toBk aiitmdreii' br .So 6f men "c3P the "First QueenslaridterSr und4r1 ^a^taitts rMf3Farlane and Burrell and Lieuteft&iiit Cl^arfcsid^ and' , the blare of a band, to do. honor .^6 His Excplleincy ; and Lady Palmes i -????.? -a ' A. Eaff, vice-president of the tNa^ibn^ Asadciatibii, : received Sir' Arthur, and g^tve 5 Mra ; w^li-nierited : praise for all he has done for the 'Association." Sit Arthur responded te^iilly. ^! ''' i ; ;*> Fra-nfc: Cu]pjlow, a lad of IS years',' thett read an' addr^B^f loyalty and welcome, and Sir'Atthur Ugain ! responded.tearfully; Miss May Woods and Mies Ida 4Potts, of tliq Central State School, came to the front and1 presented Xiady Pal...

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Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

^Tuesday. TheWew' South Wales boys visited the show and expressed themselves 'one and' all surprised aitd satisfied beypnd measure -thecattle taking 'their fancy, especially-that' of ---.-a noted judge of stock. Practice in the afternoon Queen's Park and a little running fpF fun's sake.;, Their appetites Tvcre something, ? out'of the ordinary when they sat down rfco.the evening meal, but Deleuse proves hi mself to be well able; tp give eatables for hungry ones. At night some did the Theatre, others the Albert Hall, turning in early aud; iu good spirits. " Your hope," T queried bt ' orie.' *'Fair,'and tolerably safe," he replied. ' wish you luck," I returned. ond lpft them; Wednesday morning the iiueasy ones left their couches early, and with care and thought fitted themselves for the coming fray. Before the eve of battle, notegi ^ere dropped^o the friepds at home, some, thoughfc^t^^ememberotliera %haiis «ieir'4cousins and aunt f some probably wrote to "those a little dearer than sis...

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QUEENSLAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

QUEENSLAND.V. NEW SOOTH W^LES Saturday 18th ... ... . ... JiasD^uetJiviB Monday 20th ... i.. - ; Rama district Thursday 23rd. 1.. '... ... ; ..^ ijReturn.Combined. . THEBE is no doubt but what the combined Queenslandewhad a merrier ganie on Saturday than tBey^hald ^nticljpatel. ^Odds no doubt made the game faster thauifthe team hadbeen ?evan v r but taking the comparative inexperience of severalof, jWelSby's,,; team in Rugby rules, they deserve credit for playing as they 'did. Hicksoiisawin his goodness of spirit that it-would"be well for his opponents t j kick,with:the ^ad.soackwirdiaglyi' they did. For, the Combined, Jewptt; ^Jid npt^i)l^,,an4,aB3fl-r., - bridge is not- yet iii healthy and vigorous form, $tacey ,iand ( Holms were taken from the uphill team; 'Wolsby' frad ^twenty " ' men, Hicksonfourteen, so the consolation that all of tbelattfer: i: players may indiilge in is the numbers were .too rgregt', crack lot. I am sur4 the .play was the fastest we liaye yet Vad*, in the Ga...

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