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SECOND TWENTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

SECOND TWENTIES. August 18,-Excelsibrv. Bo vers ... ... ... Kedron 18.-Wailaroo v. Brisbane* ...; Ppiut 25.-Rovers v. Grammar School; ... -'SoKool 22.-Brisbane v. Wallaroo ... ... Point

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUGUST FIXTURES. FIRST TWENTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

AUGUST FIXTUBES, FIRST TWESTIES", MEM.-Owing to the visit of the Syduey players, thematches fixed for tlie month will probably not be played, . , ';

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

itlie best in the town, ^ - - .For which he's gained a wide renpwu j?. ^ .. v-" Tnio is itcuts^ : ; ?.;?? ;; .And out of others,takes the shine ? ??*».? T $'.'i-jj" )&st^ka2bo^M>«. Brings to your cheeks health's rosy liue, " ' '" " " ' YlCTOESEN ., ..; ^te.the^ddpE^-S:^ TheAmerican Hair Gutting Saloon, , f - Albert-street(thr^doors from <^ueen-street).

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Generous Jordan. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

jfoS |unnily< ^|g^|sCoajp^reai^^^^^^Jid?tte1?tmces|>f P^or . ^hjOSrf^-'ajwl^ie . Pi^or Cf ld 1 P|ppia ist^e^c^^l&JIgjgp^ps^v^n' J&jtay lyays $JljL wanis day's -i {Mb*8 for^Mgniffi^May?s Mgtii&& 'mW|..' -; t .-i Sn factjWS¥a^e|»l|^me.pf all^^jisil^l^iie,' afed '? jlif| champions-th^i^iSKnig^B'e|p^|''^'p^^i8{» the J fetorfcex.of rings |l^^mdicate^^|TH^ic^:^- is'bo I 'Miilh afraid.. / f$j|f:.'- >?fe . ?? Tj^::$;/$$;j^..-.' I' '?? I «^£1jis; letter t7bi&^||^^blish pos^^f this 1 ar|ii^S»ll^o]i^so|^p|^^abouip§w:Podr.O^|rptdjin '; jaafejl pa a foM^ ;ne0|;no expl^m|ion f '? . £*>;.» ii; "M?| .; V :> W£$S%P£-H ^'. " ^? .'rS ', ? 1' M$Ke^ jamii\^/|r$,Tjghurn . ;pi^^twn^;a':tW^g£#%iv^,^^^l|^|^K|.on the . ^lueiFarti^^fs c^l^k tfee 'Wiena of the p6o^armers;'thc>tiglit tha^ tliii was tbo mllpL-.^He': «I^Si^r^par ^tte^§c^Si%^^ie jn^U ; p/xonv asking liitn to at the 3'?lM$tla Hotels the feusinessjoffor liO^EB if possible. To the hono...

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

Football; . THREE'S nought ia a name j -tjtea, jus| hear Ir " goal teep'1 or''' foi'warS u I faie," 4 The same with the ohs sis this btlieri ; A serious blunder you'll make. < ; For neither I am nor the ' tother, : ?;; ??, My, cognomen, now don't you ax, From1 henceforth I ne'er will cause bother, But write me your own dear---' AJAX.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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A Literary Nightmare. [FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] Woogaroo, July (I think, but it may be August). [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

? v;r. '?*. ' -'J&f &i&JF':X$ [FAOAT OUE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] .-,T J; F JV*F . - .«.' .(I'.flimi, Trot IT majriie August). ^ Dear Fjmf.,-I'jn old' i;i!use. ,Sy&t^iMeii 'Zg<& out, I~: aialw on Blue Bibbon principles, and I've stuck to them ever since. This tiitfo I have to thank the editor of the v-DSially Observer.*. I^-yse-got,onjdit^ on 'wbuldn't, after riding"^tti¥ following, ana puzztuig over it night and day. " At the Winton races, the 4-spielers' rohhe^l.a. braceSof jewellers .of twenty notes, avmeSto- tlie t'eetn, while they slept."^-Send me the solution and 1-11 get "well in a day. * , What were, the notes .tinned with ?, ;.Ha4^ the j^wellers wi^ppe^ ih^ein rourid their ^cicTiet-^ ? Were the notes armed with offensive weapons ? I never, knew anything offerisive; about a nofe-did ?.yum ???-rsi. Were they armed with fire-arms? and in that ease - .were theyr:flash^not^^-,r: ri- . ?-«* ..>?.*; J: ?. . Were tliey .cirejuJar...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Will Mr. Griffith Answer This? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

ITY$ fM havealw^ys'thoug&t^ Samuel Walker Griffith, ashaving tbe insfeiGCta!jofgentleman. } He of hondriiB :^|y^eli^fee Jfod k^en^ to change earnestly ;&0*p6 that 2|r. ^iffitS|wii^^|ife|<ciien|r/^explaia:a 1 iittl^matt^rSBrl^ a^ray, jYg&jfs;tq.wdny-iaifiSs^ very^gi^ns a^pectf ; '^Some 'f^eki^befotakpohii iw^Us* ia&nounced ."' Publicly his rofe a letter : to Samuel Walker .Uriflith. '* Wwa|;in ©|>eii, candid .iettet^jh^l^ii^ hia- )i^tention contest Hbfcth opinions did notf coincide injM respeetg^ith those of Mr. Griffith, ^jfc- he hoped ^ieir per^n^l amicalffle relations need ^n0t be /distnrbe^. Tliat/vfras a r |ft#ate letter. Of \?oursP, iMr. Griffi$i had a right, if ItMhougJii ihgenlle manly, i^ show t^iett^rltP eve^b£$r. -He;did sho;jy\ it to sogie people^ |>r,. li^anjrlat^^cime people sKw; it, whoBf^r showed if?t|iem. J "'f'®.. .- ' ..; .1 n<m$$r;a. rec|&| jissue of tn0^ydaey''Jfb^iti>^r... correspondent of jt...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Sporting Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

Sporting Gossip. £BY HERMIT. ] THE Maryborough races were brought to a suc cessful issue On Thursday and Friday last week. | Bellringer, a son of the imported Reughy won the Flying Stakes, Capitulator and Vestal running a dead feat for1 second place ; Capitulator, however, was disqualified, for being short weight on weighing in. Sarabanda won the Sires Produce Stakes, Ad Valorem being 3eco^d> and; Majolica third: Mir. "Williams thus got back a" large part, of the iiioney he recently gave for the Speculatioii -filly, arid it Was a good deal with this race in view that he purchased her. Adamantea won the Town Plate, with Cynthia second, and Phoenix third j and the All Aged Stakes fell to Satirist, who was. followed home by Bell ringer, Velocipede, and Caducia, in that order. On the second day the following were the results CHAMPAGNE STAKES.-Velocipede, 1;^Sarabanda, 2 ;^Kettle- - breeds,3.'"~ ;!. '1 -.'?-i''.v. MiT.C. HANBiCAP.-Phoenix. 1; Vestal, 2) Eioter, 3. 3WA!EBS'jP«onirfcK. ...

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A Grimy Rhyme. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

A Grimy 'B|liyme.? ^ Now, would I turn somefrenzied rhymes About the Legislative Grimes,-;/, ; -y~ You know him surely ? No, sir ? Damme, His fronted coguomen is Sammy P . He was the Member, stern and foxly " Who represented lately Oxley. And he, if none-possess objection, Intends to run the nextielection. ^ Now listen to a bit of fun, ipfill make you laugh before I'm done. One of the very biggest bugs, That Mackay, sugar city, hugSi; - : The other day "received a " wire," That simply set his heart on fire. 1 ' For know you this, the man I mean To politics dothlargely lfjin. ; : .; A demagogue of full-sized bore. He jUso kept a merchant's store. WeU, came to him ai telegram, Which made him put <>n lots of jam. : For there 'twas said in jerky slang That, coming by the Elauiang, There was a certain Mr. Grimes A godsend these election times ! For was jaot Grimes a legislator, , A gen-u-ine, pink-eyed pertater ? This merchant then palled all his friends And candidly reveal...

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The C.D. Act. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

| The C, 1). Act. O."'7-. . "-W. r" T^;reveretf|Agentlea^ri and other ;moraV agitators,' who Ihave bfe&fi ex£resshig their opposition to the Contagious Biseiases Act-%ye &ow had placed in their/ hand|.one o.f .Ibbe* most drecti re argnmente they could possibly desire;1; And $hl8 argument hjas been fur-; nishedt>y the police andkd tnmistratbi's 'of lihe Act. Whjeii Men*si Christian. Association in Melbourne, «ame here and deliv^tieNdl'.-' ' 6l»/ own religious grounds, lookup this ,social problem, and showed, unmistakably how tyrannous and j vile, this ConfegibiaiS;;was a nasty subject to tackle. but> from|b^ very conditi^ ^thin|^^e tackled his work from^jui^a4iffi|j^^j|p^lp3in^^C)\K\$ I within my ; knowledge,'r I' shewed thafcfhis t had ! ForSedviniiocent yoang girls '.v,*--; into 'Take. this you. ^kdJ&^otonlysh^tbatii^i^ Act $$ drive^yqung|girk ^nfeo vice^'7i; gave yoti biases of w&eie tlie ddri$ ioi I h^ vmy Siiibe th^^ It has not been. ; consi...

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

We shaliatall tixnes be glad to give correspondents thebene-, fit of out assistance, aud any questions sent will receive the! cwef'il consideration of tlie best obtainable authorities.

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

5EATH comes alike to the Millionaire and Pauper, and none may stay his hand ; yet it Hes within the power of the poorest man . to make such provision for the future as will avert disastrous destitution, which would otherwise come upon the helpless family we£e their pro tector removed. The striking illustration above presented needs but little explanation. He, who yesterday worked among us a well-known . . and reapected citizen, may to-day- fre summoned hence by the shadowy . . m6sfenger, and his supposed assets melt before a swarm of creditors. ? Y: ;'lHi^lBtisiness, which seemed nothing short of a golden harvest, is gone r like ft summer cloud .simultaneously with his own life. He lies in the ' pauper's grave, and his wife has to earn her livmg at the wash-tub. 'is juxotker pictured Th$ "honest mechanic, realizing the i'-j> ' ? ' ? . !?-.J; . . :i.. ..«,??? ? ; .? iniMA 2v . R :*/ .??.> '. ' ' i 7 ;; '' ijii?"'{, r£!Jti£S LJ'- - . K, 'i . ? destitution which must come to his ...

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Bell's Lite in Queensland "And pray what is a gentleman without his recreations?" —OLD SONG. DATES CLAIMED FOR 1883. RACIKG FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

" And pray what is a gentleman without his recreations ? -^-OLD SONG. DATES CLAIMED FOE 1883. EACIKG PISTCBES. . - Hawkesbury B.C. (N.S.W.) ... . ... August 23-25. Cloncnrry . ... : ... ... August 28-29. A.J.C..Spring (U.S.W.) ... ...... Sept. 1-4^6-S. Cooktown J.C. . ... ... ... ... ... Sept. 5-6. Victoria^ Amateur T.C. ... ... ... ... Oct. 13-20. V.lELC. Sj)ring<Vie.) . ... ... ... . ...' -Nov. 3MS-8-10. EisriUES CtbsE. CooktowuGeaeral Eutry.I.r . ... Sept, X. '< ; 1 ACCEPTANCES. ' CooktownHandicaps ; ... ' ... ... ... Saptvl.,!

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

|:-'. |;ii^p^p[fl^^P^ceivfed\from his Ex I' -1 c^^^^P^^dminiBtrator of the g .v^p^BplsA;,W"B^ of ELECTION, |; tcottimanding me to proceed according |: - to law to the election of a MEMBER |; ; to serve in the Legislative Assembly !' of the Colony of Queensland, for the |: Electoral District of Buiimba. f ; I shall be in attendance to receive |; ? nomination papers of candidates at JDiemack's Exchange Buildings, Bul I imba Ferry, on THURSDAY, the 23rd of August, between the hours 'I'- ;; of Four and Six o'clock in the after hnoon, and the nomination wiU. be ^ J declared at the same place at Jloo& k : on the following day, Friday the l&th . . Auejiist, the day appointed ,M%m ?» Writ. . ;:fr "> | ; : In the event of the said Election jbfeing contested, a POLL,will he | . taken on FRIDAY, the 7th day of ;}}. ;? September next, at the undermen || 1 tioned places, to commence at Nine o'clock in the forenoon and to close ? at Four o'clock in the afternoon of . j; the sam...

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Simpkins was desired to "wait a minute" for his friend Consequence (a usual one.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

Simpkins was desired to "wait a minute" for hisfriemiT j^nsequence (a usual one*) 1. 1 p,m.-" Just wait a few seconds, old fellow, while I just . eill iii ltere;*' 3.' 2 p.m.-"Now I wonder whether this is he." 3. 8 p.m.-Not come yet f This is cool, infernally cool. Til go and have a "beer." 4. 4 p»m.-TTwfi a terrific beer, the longest of long bishops. 6. 5 ^jOh this is too much altogether; -d-^-d if ' I ever speak to the fellow again." 6. Has a fearful BEEB. 7. Humiliates. - " Con -found the fdlow -too had alto- . gethetrl " ' ' 8. Haa a gruesome aiia an overwhelming BEEE. 9. Pouches the noses of harmless passers "by. His rage.is awfu]" 10. Climbs up a telegraph pole; isberfe depicted in the act .©£ . sliding dowtt. ? ' 11. Tumljlesover a wall. Opportune return of Mend. . 12. Is taken home quite nappy, and thinks bis Mend *(a . gentt'm'n, Sir, a petfo genlnm." -

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A Little Parody on a Little Man. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

- ?-= A Little Parody oil a Little Mail. The shades of night were falling last, As through Tioro's village past. Quack Bailey, whose small bosom burned "When thinking how he'd be returned ' To Parliament. Iu happy hours he counted Votes,' And inwardly kept taking notes, . Of names he knew upon the roll Would place him high upon the poll. V" Just so. * To Mellor's meeting traced Tiis way, ' And after him would halve his say; When a messenger came on the scene And said a man had taken strychnine. How. tragic. Bailey, in broken voiced hoped they'd excuse That night the exposition of his views . . - Bjit he must answer duty's call, and fly - To save this fellow-being ere he die Oily gammon. An emetic, made of water and mustard, . Which wasn't exactly as street as,custard. Soon sawd the tippler from death's brink, And he was ready for- another drink Shouldn't wonder. " Oh, stay," the drunkard said," and rest Thy brainless head upon my breast A spieler's wink crossed Bailey's eye. But sti...

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

To the Electors of Fortitude ?;v .Valley. V-:.r GENTLEMEN;-^ reply-t6 the flat . tei*ing r%uisxtion; presented to me;. I feel that! would, be f^tiling ia my djat.y as a public tdaii-if l^lid not abped£ to it The question at present' at issue be tween ithe two parties is that of;stagna 'Railway, the provisional agreement dealing therewith has bebrt rejcctcd by Parliaments' and therefore ceases to /-eJ^sjfe: Jvt; jwoulil;l&f., j^^eyer, that the Government have no intention of aban doning the prifacjple^f instructing the ^itwayis, were pr^p^^B^j by^neans of land grants, On terms and conditions Acceptable to Parliament ^ Being of * opinion "that our borrowing powers will be taxed to the uttermost to ixmstruct railways in: JhO^e places and districts? where the land is already alienated, and where the la.nd grant principle coiild nof iap^ly^; v With regard to the question of Coolie; labor, I maintain that whilst it inight be inadvisable to check or injure our grieat sugar industry...

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

H OT E L. T. rp old established and favourably known _i > Hotel fe&U. winSttfariwp its pretftige lor being A1 for accommodation and general manage ment,, .i® The Ales, Wines, and Spirits^are as usual of the best ami choicest brands. Plirogeah&l&ower Baths. t Just arrived,* consignment of his celebrated FrenehCogpoao; FLYNH'S GLOBE HOTEL, 38 QtnesK Stbeet, BeIBbamA . (Near tie Town Hall). -fTT Taegs to infonn the public of IHgtricfcs of dneenSland tfcatfcfe has jrecently Benbvated and Refurnished THE GLOBET in. igpiffK r tnanneif as to make it one of themost Comfortable Hotels in the colony, Itcom - prises numerous large and weU-ventilated Bed* rooms,1 with flnngo anu Shower Baths j also, seve^ ttttk«ir(k>ms.' > i-.. ?' >_?}? * . ; ' The Wines, ' Spirits, and Beers have been" cartefully selected from the Choicest Brands. Ti^e BilUard-Eoom, which istmuenally spaci ous *wd well-ventilatedi is fitted with otoe of Alcobk'* dew prize Imperial. Petrosal,...

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

GBEENEB'S QUN AGENCY. G A B T S I j> E AND S 0 N. SUN KiElS B B A HD IMPOBTEBS, Large Stock ok new"'' and' Second- . hand Guns, by good London and Birmittgiam Makers. Our Choke Bore Guns for Kangaroo Shooting are made Specially to resist the strain of heavy shot, and for Price r and Quality . ;defy ^competition. : To becomea Good Shot/practice with GEEENER'S BALL Tfi&P GLASS orSMOKEBALLS To bb Obtaihbb VBOK GABTSIDE & SON, GTTN SHOP, 108, JJDWABD STREET, B BIS B ANE. 80, «8,Q0EEN ?tBEEI, BEISBANE, DBAPERS, COSTUMEBS, MILLINERS. ^.DfisSv': GENIAL : OUTFITTERS. ; Wholesale Manufacturers, AWABDED FIBSTPRIZE AWD SILVEB MEDAL. Tor ^^cit Costaiiies and fiTiiIinery, designed and ^manufactured at Messrs. Edward Slaughter and Co/8 Establishment,'#*) and 32, QueenStreet, Brisbane, at the August Exhibi {iOB|]8ffi.i : ^ A large and varied assortment of Costumieetu select from, fitted to the Buyers. £rom$t attention given to Wedding ^ultieaux and Moiirning ordem All the latest...

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WHAT WE ARE COMING TO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 18 August 1883

JLIi£3 GOMIKTG- ' TO. '"' / : ' Mr. Griffith denies that he advocated Chinese Labour. Here is a foot which is startling., Last year 610 Chinese paid poll tax. This year, up to the 8th A.ugagt> done BO, distributed as follows:-Brisbane/809j Towns Ville, 366; Cooktcwnf 41; Itockhampton, 40;'Thursday Island* 9; Normanton, 3; Maryborough/1;-1268* This influx having taken place cdnee Mr> Cbtffith made the statement in, question, it is evident that such statement has been accepted hy the (Hhinese 4s an indication of Mr. Griffith's appreciation of the Mongolian, and a cordial invitation to that race to join our community* These axe £aots«

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