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North of Us. Rockhampton. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

North of Us. By Peter Bunexjm. Rookkampton. Angels: "Angels and ministers of grace defend us."—Shakespeare. ' I have several times referred to the marvellous powers of Bockhampton's salubrious atmosphere, jo I must apologise - foE still further expatiating >n some of its wonderful effects. • The ladies being in all parts of the world more jusceptible than the sterner sex, in this delightful sity their charms increase a thousandfold. The >ewitching smiles and tender glances become still, nore thrilling and entrancing. It seems as if each' ittle darling>s wings had started to sprout already, nxd they would soon become full-blown angels. Dheir fairy steps, so light and buoyant, seem barely o touch the ground j you might fancy they floated in he air instead of walked. Their forms become more thereal andsylph-like, their voices nk>re silcery and aelodious, their manners more bewildering and ranscendent. Such being the case, how could I >ver hope that my artist could do jus...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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The Sewerage of Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

The Sewerage of Brisbane. Dr. Taylor, at present in Brisbane, has. written a report upon the question of sewerage, and has ar rived at the conclusion that the removal of sewage by water, where practicable, .is preferable to all other methods—an opinion that will be endorsed by most people. Thursday's Brisbane Courier, in noticing this report, makes this remarkable observation:— " As it is evident that we have not here a sufficient water supply to adopt the water closet system, even if it were otherwise desirable/' &c. Eh ? What ? We have not here a sufficient supply of water suitable for sewerage? As the Yankees say, " Well, I should smile !" Not drinking water mind you. That's not what's wanted. But any water—salt or brackish. Here 's a town embraced by a river that ser pentines round it, till, in some places, it seems as if one is on an island! And no water-supply! One Tree Hill 'towers over the town within a couple of miles distance. There are such, things in the world as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

FRENCH LESSONS, ELEMENTARY OE FINISHING. Special Class for Saturdays could be arranged if necessary. MISS SHOOTER, Brook-street, SOUTH BRISBANE. HOTELS FOR SALE, NERANO. Lease and Goodwill of the Best House and Business (outside Southport) in Southern Queensland. Country Hotel, together with 160 acres of land situated on the Upper Nerang, on the main Upper Oreek Boad to Birley's Sawmills. -All the surrounding- land is taken up by SAW MTLLEBS, •TIMBER GETTERS, and FARMERS. Splendid Situation for Hotel, Butcher's shop and Store combined. No Butcher or Hote Jwitbin Ten Miles. For full Particulars and Prices apply to— J. HOWARD MAYNARD, NERANG. DR. NEWTON, Physician, Surgeon,. Ac coucheur, &c., 4, Hyde-terrace, Mel bourne-street, South Brisbane. At home for Consultations— From 9 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. 2 p.m. to 3;30' p.m., and 8 to 9 p.m. At Mr. Clapperton's Pharmacy, Stanley1 street, at 10.30 a.m, and 7 p.m. DISSOLUTION OF-PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE is hereby given that the PART NE RSHIP ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

W* J. TROITTOJf, Successor to J. Fagej, &AMTLY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST ■ (iiy Appointment to His Excellency) QUE£N & GEORGE STREETS, BRISBANE; and STANLEY-STREET (near the Bridge), SOUTH BRISBANE, BEGS to eal1 attention to his Large an Varied assortment of— DRUGS ahd CHEMICALS, SURGICAL IN STRUMENTS, PATENT MEDICINES, ASD DEUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. The Stock has been selected with the greatest cafe, and consistsof almost every article "lsoally sold by Wholesale and Retail Druggets. THE DISJENS^G^DEPARTMENT Is specially adapted for the rapid and accurate dispensing of Physicians* and Surgeons' Pre scriptions ; and no expense is spared in faith tilly carrying oat the prescriber's intention. EVERT DRUG AND CHEMICAL USED BEING OP ABSOLUTE PURITY. An Efficient Staff of Qualified Assistants kept, one of whom resides on the premises, and pre scriptiorus are Dispensed at all hxrarfi of he night. StJBUEBAN Alrt) OOUIffTBT OBDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. And executed with Care and Dispa...

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Hit or Miss. A ST. GEORGE JOKE [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

Hit or Miss. A St. George Joke Two eliearers, travelling in the West— The South West, if you like it best, For, if the truth I must disgorge. The place I speak of is St. George; Two shearers then, one day, sat down Before an inn that's near that town The landlord welcomes them with becks And rubs his hands and thinks with glee, " These men '11 spend their blooming cheques. Lor! Here's a good throw in for me!" The shearers hitched their horses up, Partook at once of loving cup, Informed the landlord that they*d quite Made up their minds to stay that night; And asked, as mostly bushmen's course is, What he would charge them for their horses. The landlord, with a blooming horn, And gracious manner, quickly said, " I *11 give your horses lots of corn, And charge you but six bob a bead." " All right, old hoss! six bob each moke; We '11 stay/' at once the sliearera spoke And soon the nags were in the stable, The shearers feeding at the table ; And, after they had had their gorge They thou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

"To be or no?. to he," is not tlie question, The question of the day—the burning question—is the fiheingold Cigar.

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That's What the Jury Said. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

That's What the Jury Said. On the very day that my last number was issued— that containing my ideas on " Killing, no murder"— a Coottown jury arrived at just about the same con clusion. I claimed that it "was justifiable for a man to kill in vindication of the honor of his women. That's just what the jury said, or, anyway, that he was justified in trying, which amounts to very much the same thing. The case was this :—Mr. M'Laughlin discovered a man named M'Cantey in flagrante delicto, and attempted to dispose of the matter by riddling the adulterer with bullets. Unfortunately, M'Laughlin was agitated and couldn't have hit a wall at ten paces, so M'Cantey managed to escape, and M'Laugh lin was arrested. In defence, he related the circum stances, and claimed the pistol went off accidentally. The jury winked at the lame excuse, and returned a verdict of " not guilty." This verdict reminds me of a snnfVipm lvnnhinr* *"£> party in the States that captured two notorious outlaws and str...

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Not Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

Not Friends. Old Scrub Bum, the publican, and the Serge&tifc seem to have a bit of an edge on one another. I wonder what it's all about ? Why! I thought every body knew about that, says Brown. Brown begant D'ye see, a little while ago there came an old chap, he was a sort of shepherd, or burr cutter, or some thing, and he put up at old Scrub's. He was not there above a couple of days when the Sergeant spot ted him, and, being a bit of strange meat, he was of course run in. Next morning when he was brought before the Bench, says the J.P: '' What's the charge, Sergeant?" " Vagrancy, your Worship." Before bis Worship could say anything, in steps old Scrub Bum. Says he, "Your Worship, the prisoner is a decent man, he has left £30 in my hands to take care of for him/' The J. P. then turns to the prisoner, and says he: " Prisoner, I acquit you." Here the Ser geant steps forward. " Hould, your Worship," says he. " There is three loads of wood come into your yard, and I find mine's ...

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An Educational Snack. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

An Educational Snack. I don't take any stock in State universities. I can see nothing but harm in manufacturing lawyers and clergymen, and nothing but injustice in manu facturing them at the State expense. We have more of that sort of cattle than we need. They are both a drug in the market, and the first k a standing menace to the liberties of the colony. We could get along very well if the cholera struck us, provided it could be induced to confine itself to men of that, ilk, and children whose parents intend to similarly disgrace their offspring. I don't think either that Latin and Greek, Sanscrit, Metaphysics and such antediluvian rot are going to make the coming generation better citizens or happier men. Anyway, the vast majority have no time to go in for that sort of thing. They have to work, and work hard, to rub along. Why, then, should they be taxed toDrovide a few with educational luxuries P It is just as if the Spartans had set two courses on the public tables of their famo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

TTERS ALL'S CLUB E MEETING EAGLE FARM, UESDAY, 10th DECEMBER, ft AND t DAT, 12th DECEMBER, 1885. President: J. M'LENNAN, Esq. Vice-Preside&t: J. MULLEN, Esq. FIRST DAY. - STAKES, of 70 sovs, with a sweep es of 2 bovs from starters; for all horses h, at the time of entrance, have not a prize of 50 sovs. A -winner of any , value SO sovs, subsequent to time of; ■nca, to carry a penalty of 71bs; win f 100 sovs to carry penalty of lOlbs. nee, 1J miles. Entrance 1 sov; ac nce, 2 sovs. E RICE, a Handicap Sweepstakes of vs each from starters, with 75 sovs 1. Second horse to receive 15 sovs the prize. Distance, 2 miles, or over course and. jumps as the Stewards decide. Nomination, 1 sov; accep , 2 B0V3. LUNCHEON. - SALL'S 'CUP, a Handicap Sweepstake sots each from starters, with Cup 100 sots presented by I. A. Phillips , and 290 sovs added by the Club, nd horse to receive 50 sovs from the e, and tliird horse 20 sovs. Distance, es. Nomination, 1 sov; second pay , 3 sovs j final accept...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

«• * a Js. *>. fl irn *v£ a » W rUl-ITAltQfiGfl ■ ELECTUOrP^A^E Jy^y'.;. ^B^SSB^pOTSt^ 1 - SOFA ! r v : Ex "Duke of Sutherland." BLKCTBO-PLATB . SHOT :;:'v--':."/■ i A;'.'' No. 7 STJfiEL WIRE ! ] % CHAMPION'S LEAD I , S.S.S. DO^. S^BliL I B?p;p. jrot: ;' ; ;7;; ; 7 ;' | LEE'S BA.B IRON! ■WfflTB 3|ACffiM V | ■'> Ex "Boris Broders$Ii.,, J BTiLLETED C&£S DIAMQ^D EOWgEB ! ; . ' ETAVTST <SHOYELS | HOLLOWABiE ; - ■' ' a ' "k l»i kI f'"V .*• <-' '■ ■ fi'i i m i t1 \ I ? r« v r.t ■. * ; » <" \ ! : • ■ DAVIES' BEST BEST PLAIN SUN 24, G' COERUGATED COTTON WASTE __; "', . ASGHERBERG PIA^ ); ^ - ■ % \ ELECTRO-PLATE - j[v>; BELLS' V;.\ : ■" / ^ ^LIPP"^ TWO GONE CORRUGATED ; Ex- " Lady Agnes." 25 WOOB'S MOWERS 1 Ex ^MiifoassMor." GALE AND FRIEND LEAD } MILL-SAW'S BEDSTEADS BUCKLE PLATES , MANGLES : G. Or CORRUGATED SAFES,:" white machines express wagjgons resin turpentine ; r band: saws | stoves | barrjows sarven wheels oars; barb; wire hooks plou...

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Furious Riding. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 7 November 1885

Furious Biding. . Western Magistrate : <f What's the charge against the defendant ?" Constable: "Furiously riding down the main street/' (N.B.: The " main street" there has about six houses in it.) W.M.: ,f When did this occur ?" Const. : "Oyer, the ither day in the dead of the night." ' Deft.: "But I don't own a horse, yer Worship, and I never ride/' W.M.: " What's the evidence against the defend ant P" Const. : " Shure, me own evidence. He wouldn't repair a watch for me on tick." W.M.: *' Prisoner at the bar! It's a very grave offence to refuse any officer of the law to repair his ticker on tick. But I'll be lenient with you, and only fine you 21 shillings, to be recovered by levy and distress. Empty him out, constable." The latest reports concerning the gold discovery at Croydon (Normanton) are rather discouraging, and Southern Miners are cautioned against rushing there at present. There are only nineteen men on the ground, and water is both distant and scarce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

JFROM ALFRED SHAW & CO NOVBMBSH 14,1885. ^ Y „ *-'i i i I W.& 5. & -x Stock of Ice Chests., &c.,. replenished. CHEST REFRIG£RAiOR& MAGE'S: 35s., 50s., 65s., 80s., l"45s. EDDY'S: 65s., 80s., 95s., liOs., 120s. KENT'S: 200s., 210s., 300s. Cupboard Refrigerators. BALDWIN'S: 126s., 160s., 1808., 210s., 399s. MACE'S: 180s. JEWETT'S : 180s.j 210s. ^ Bicycles. fTo Land ex Quetta. 4 KANGAROO, assorted Sails all over: £25. 1SANSPAREIL, 52 „ £25. 2 „ 54 „ £25. 1 SPECIAL EXPRESS 54 „ £18, 1 „ „ 40 corepedal .£12. 1 „ „ 44 „ £15. ' : 7 / J T r'i !■ We have left about a dozen of the IMPROVED CALIFORNIAN STYLE, LONG-' SLAT BODY SPRING SEAT, and FOOT BOARD. POLE or SHAFTS, only .£25. POLE and SHAFT, £2710s.. : i : J V1 ^ 1 Corrugated Iron Stock (cases). G O.. SUN ... : EMU ...• TWO CONE ORB ... 269. 5 6 71 .9 10 ft. 0 7 15 20 16 10 9 2 0 0 0 0 , 0 15 14 10 6 0 . 1 13 17 33 17 0 . 3 4 5 0 7 0 REDCLIFF u. 0 0 0 0 0 0 *'249, : 5 6 7 8 9 10. ft. 0 10 21 0 11 12....

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"As others See Us." A YANKEE GIRL'S IMPRESSIONS OF THE SUNNY SOUTH. LETTER No. XIV. The Weather—Mother Hubbard—A Coat of Mail—A Proposal—A Man Hunt—A Shooting Sensation, &c., &c. Brisbane, Queensland, November 13th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

others Bee Us." &¥akkb8 O-iel-s ImpbessioSs of thb Sunny South. Lettbb No. XIV. The Weather—Mother Hubbard—A Coat of Hail—A Proposal—A Man Hunt—A Shoot ins Sensation, &e«, &o. Brisbane, Queensland, November 13th, 1885. My Dbabest Kittie,— It is getting warm— w-h-e-w '. Isn't it, just? For Christmas is coming and Christmas here:is mid-summer. It was last Saturday that the first heat-spell struck us. All the night before I tossed and tumbled, threw everything off me, and told Charley to keep his own side of the bed. A mosquito got through the curtains and riearlydrove me crazy, a dog barked outside all night and put the finishing touch on everything. All the. time that hubby of mine layon hiis back and snored while I used up three towels trying to keep myself dry. I shall get used to it soon, I $m told, and Bleep soundly in. a literal; pool of perspiration, and take solid comfort in lolling about in the airiest of cos tumes, but still I think sometimes with reg...

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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. Pollard's Lillipuptians. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

A Peep at the Shows. " You were not at the play to-night, Don Carlos. How happened it?"—The Spanish Student. Pollard's Iallipuptians. Twenty sta^e-struck children see, Stage-struck with a youthful will; Twenty years hence, will they be Twenty stage-struck people still ? Pollard's Lilliputian Opera Company opened in " Patience " on Monday night, and have since been playing to crowded houses. The infantile minds have given * new and original renditions of the characters of this popular opera, and, if the adult audience cannot help every now and then consider ing the fine satire of the piece destroyed by mis conception, the interpretation of the opera falls with a freshness that is positively delightful. There is one weakness that cannot be overcome. The voices of the young performers cannot grip the part music of Patience," and with the exception of Miss Flo de Lorne, and Miss Bella Stewart, the voices are decidedly on bad terms with the orchestra mostly, or else are too weak to fill ...

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The Separation Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

The Separation Movement. Hume Black lias every faith in the vitality and ultimate result of the Separation movement. In Kinnaird ftose's letter to the London Times (noticed elsewhere), the statement is made that, " except in two sugar estate centres, it (the Separation move ment) has fallen dead." Hume Black noticed this statement in the House the otlier evening and ridiculed it. Thitr is how he talked about its being dead:—" I do not think that the writer of that article can say that now. Let him take a trip up north. Let him go to Charters Towers and inquire among the miners, and see what they say on the subject now. Let him go and ask those men what they think: of the Separation movement now. The hon. gentleman (meaning Sam) smiles. He knows that a change has come over the spirit of the dream at Charters Towers, and that the miners will now only too gladly accept the position which they see will lead to the rapid advancement of the North. . » i Let the hon. gentleman try and run ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

" Never postpone till to-morrow what ought to he done to day." Or, in other words, " Never refuse a Rheingold Cigar when you get the chance." Saturday, November 21st. AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK. ON THE GROUND. THE OATLANDS ESTATE JUST OVER THE INDOOROOPILLY BRIDGE. . The Railway divides the Estate, which is OPPOSITE THE GRACEVILLE RAILWAY STATION. OATLANDS. OATLA.NDS. RIVER RIVER FRONTAGES. OATLANDS. OATLANDS. FRONTAGES. RIVER FRONTAGES. QUARTER-ACRES; QUARTER-ACRES. QUARTER-ACRES. 323 SPLENDID BUILDING SITES. BEAUTIFUL SOIL. EVERY ACRE GOOD. GRANDEST SITES FOR GENTLEMEN'S RESIDENCES. GOVERNMENT ROAD ON TWO SIDES. 32 Passenger Trains run through the Estate daily. ONLY A FEW MINUTES BY RAIL FROM BRISBANE. THE OATLANDS ESTATE IS TRULY A MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY. Access by River, Rail, and Road. GT. BELL has been favored with instructions to sell by Auction, on the • Ground, on SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER. At Half-past Two p.m. THE OATLANDS ESTATE, Containing 323 Superb, Full-sized Allotments, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

THE QUEENSLAND ICE AND FREEZING CO. ARE DELIVERING ICE AT |d. PER POUND. SEND ORDERS TO NEW ICE WORKS, - NORTH QUAY. Teleghone N? 3/9, O X FO H. x> EC O T BL Thoroughly Renovated akd Generally Turned Inside Out. ALBERT ALBERTSON begs to announce to bis old Customers all over Queensland that he has made the above Hotel one of the Finest in Queensland. Everything new. The Wines, Beers, and Spirits sold at the OXFORD are the Finest in the market. No "Penny wise,-etc*" policy in the sale of drink at the OXFORD. EVERT ACCOMMODATION FOE TRAVELLERS.—GOOD BILLIARD TABLES. ROT A L H O T E L, (M'Dowell-stroefc Soma.) THOMAS BNEIGHT, THE Proprietor of this Hotel, which is perhaps the oldest .established in Roma,: desires to inform his friends and patrons in the MaT&noa district,- that he has had the premises RE ^FURNISH ED, PAINTED, AND GENERALLY FITTED. The Dining Room Table surpasses any in the district, and SPECIAL ATTENTION' is paid to every part of the Honse. . The Coffee Boom ...

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Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

Athletics. The following are the results or tne various am letic erents at the Queensland Scottish Association's Sports, at the Exhibition Grounds, on Monday last:— Putting Light Stone—J. Sellars, 1 (40ft 4in) ; J. Gunn, 2 (36ft lin); Adam Anderson, 3 (34ft 3in.) Throwiag Light Hammer, 161b—J. Sellars, 1 (105ft 9in); Jeremiah O'Brien, 2 (96ft lin) j Chal mers, 3 (92ft 10|in). Quoit Matches—R. Battersby beat A. Ballantyne ; McVeiker beat Marsden, and also Battersby. He (McVeikar) secured the first prize (.£3); Battersby, second (£2) ; and Lawson, third (£1). Putting Heavy Stone—Prizes, £5, £3, and <£2. J. Sellars, 1 (35ft lin) ; J. O'Brien, 2 (33ft 2in) ; J". Gunn, 3 (32ft 4in). Pole Vaulting—Prizes, £3 and £2. This resulted in a tie between Eamkema and Molloy for both prizes, and they divided. Wrestling Match—Prizes, *85, £3, and £2. Lup ton, 1; Sellars, 2 ; Scott, 3; Throwing Heavy Hammer, 201b—J. Sellars, 1 (7lft 4£in) j J. O'Brien, 2 (62ft 9in); William Anderson, 3 (60...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

" 1. . Successor to W. J. Page>v AND DISPENSING CSIMDST Appointment to His Excellency/. & GEORGE STREETS, BRISBANE, ■ . and STANLEY-STREET (near the Bridge), SOUTH T .BRISBANE, BEG® to call attention to his Large an ■ -.Varied assortment of— DEUGS and CHEMICALS, SURGICAL IN STEUMENTS, PATENT MEDICINES, AND DBUGGISTS" SUNDRIES. The Stock lias been selectedwithtlie greatest oare, mdaouBldtBotalmoat every article vtauaily iold by Wholesale and Eetail Druggists. THE DISPENSING"dEPAETMENT Is specially adapted for the rapid and accurate aigiHftiifig of Physicians' ana Surgeons' Pre* SdtiptionB • and no expensens spared in faith tiUy e&tfyififr eat the prasdriber's intention. iFEfir DEtJG AND CHEMICAL USED BEING OF AfigOLtfTE PURITY. An Efficient Staff of Qualified ABslst&ftfcs kept, one of whom residGs on the premises, and pre acriptions are Dispensed at all hottrs of ltd night. SUBURBAN [AND COUNTRY ORDERS promptly attended to. And executed with Care and Dispat...

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