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

A i-gj A. W!X 3Y E. ■ - .IasI >•-'■" < AWARDED A PRIZE MEDAL ' AND :V'' ' .Efv-j,. CERTIFICATE OF MERIT l A T the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 1876, also, Honorable Mention a tl^ Pari ypk.- Exhibition of 1878, and First Prize (Medal) at the Sydney International Exhibitio; t87iMW. IRWIN BROS., WAR ILL A VINEYARD, IPSWICH. COACH & BUGG1 BUILDER. ■ ' ADDR1DSS H, HENRICKSON, . ' BKISBAKE-STKEKT. IJSWICH. (Oppbsite /East Ipswich' State /School.) CORNER OF LEICHHARDT AND WHARF STREETS, BRISBANE. MeCANN, late of the Varieties Hotel, Gympie. and the Shamrock Hotel Valley, y begs to announcethathe has takenthe above well-known Hotel. ? : irespectfully , intimate that from his long experience in Hotel Business, tnM he ra weunble to guage the.wants of his patrons to their entire satisfaction. The com iort; of home will be provided, while the cellars will be kept replete wath the choicest brands pf liquors only. . • . GLOB £] BC O T Ei iJ, : , ■ QtlEEN STEEET, BRISB...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Settled without Arbitration. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

4, Settled without Arbitration. i t Two chimneysweeps called the other day upon Gos ling, the host of a Queen-street hotel, Brisbane, and asked him did he want his kitchen chimney s wppt. He said, No. They next interviewed Mrs. Gosling and received a similar reply. Afterwards, they tried the lesBer authorities of the household, only to meet with similar rebuffs. Nevertheless, a morning or two afterwards, the two sweeps came around, with all the paraphernalia of their calling, and placed a ladder up against the kitchen chinmey of the hotel. Finding that to be short, they borrowed a second bidder from the premises and fastened it with ropes to the first. This bold manoeuvre led the servants to believe the work was authorised all right, and the kitchen chimney was duly swept. Later on in the day, the two sweeps called round upon Gosling to be paid for having swept his kitchen chimney. - "But I never authorised you to do it," said Gosling. "But it's done," urged the men. Gosling asked M...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Special Trains for Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

Isidore Hsaioer, brought before the Aesemby last ■week a startling case of the wayfrof justice in North. ; QueenBland,which shows what incredible tyranny is possible under a Government, ,h eaded) .by; *Mi $ani and a Railway : Departrnfentfruii>al£Hwt ^'-Od^^ercial principle? " of, a .Billy Miles. At the late session of the Supreme Gourt'Tieid at Charters Towers (October 16th, I think), the civil ca.se of Barker ». Livingstone was brought on for hearing. The case lasted the au<*> before it wasu finished. Judge Cooper announced that he coula|^||Sni8h it, as-! he had td^ro tb Townsville - xcaseS there. Judge Cooper. >c|wpsPfBarker ^JT$^ng8tone|n^.$ff1/<7' Barker actually had to go dpwn to Tpwnsvi Jle; a&d persuaded the Judge to come:'jiei#4 8$e&a£4&{n, for which the unfortunate plaintiff was charged J621 lOs.Jby, thjB Railway Departqient .U ! i; ^!ven Satn Griffith was'sh^ckea^w hen he heard of this and he very properly promised th...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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The Pawnbroking Government. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

The Pawnbrokiug Government. Contrary to expectation, the stonewalling fun dnj the item of £50,000 for Central Sugar Mills wka abandoned, j^xst as it was getting interesting. Qnf tursday night, of last week, discussion was resumed,) and Morehead, true to his promise, moved that the) vote be decreased by -£49,999, 19s. 9d. or, in othfe^ words, that 3d. be granted as the amount of the] subsidy. Morehead had. promised to take the re-! Auction penny by penhy and thus obstruct the votei But Jack Macrossan, who is a wily old veteran] though as much opposed to the vote as Moreheadj argued tha,t such action would only be playing into Sam Griffith's hands. - Macrossan considered that the Opposition had done its duty by blocking thcf vote so far j but, seeing that a majority of th<$ committee were willing to filch this £50,000 from; the whole community and subsidise a syndicate? with it, he thought obstruction should ceageJ Further obstruction would only place this weapoil in the Pr...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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The Late Fire at Townsville. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

■ .» — The Late Fir© at Townsville. , Thanlfull Willmett, Mayor of Townsville, printer and stationer, <fcc., one of the oldest pioneers of-the North, and a reliable mate , in my ol d Bockhampton days, has had the savings of 16 years devastated at one stroke by fire. Certain measures had been taken to conserve the water of the town, and, on Oct. 16th, when the fire broke but in Willmett's premises, there was some blundering with the mains untiTthe flames had become, uncontrollable. The premises were totally destroyed. The fixtures were valued at £1500, and the stock at JB5000 j while the insurances were only—buildings, 4800; stock, 1,500. By an inadvertence* an insurance ofJ5500 with the London and Liverpool Co., which lapsed some six weeks pre viously, had not been renewed. On the same block as the destroyed premises, were a brick printing office and a temporary building, also belonging to WiUiriett. These premises held printing, litho graphic and bookbinding plant worth ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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That Kanaka Royal Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

That Kanaka Royal Commission. The now notorious Polynesian Royal Commission, appointed in connection with the batch of State-re turned islanders, was prominently before the House during last week. The cost of this unblushing freak of manipulated hypocrisy has been, so far just .£5000. The report of the Forest Sing Select Committee has brought irrefragable proofs that the Polynesian Royal Commission's report is a tissue of false hoods, obtained on ex parte evidence, on evidence that, at its best, was thoroughly unreliable, on evidence that, in addition to being thoroughly unreliable, had been tampered with and scared. The latest phase of the Forest King question places the Royal Commission's report in an ugly corner. It has been upset and shown to be antrue both by the Supreme Court and by a Select Committee of the House of Assembly. That Royal Commission, thus proved to be an utter failure, cost the colony 0nit80wnh0Qk>d£1924<8s. This sum was taken out of the public po...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Turf Gossip. [By The PIPER.] Amended Calendar of Races to Come. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

Turf Gossip. [By The Pipee."] Amended Calendar ef Races to Come* Novembjee. E.J.C. Eockhampton, Spring'; ... ... 25,26 December. Tafctersalls Club, Brisbane ... ... ... 10,12 V.B..C. Summer Meeting—General Entry 7 , Weights declared ... ... 14 Toowodnibk ... ' ... ... .'26'. Gympie ... . ... •• ... ■•»«' 26> Cloncurry,. ... ... ... ... ... 28,29 ■ Jaitoart. , . V.B.C. Summer Meeting ... ... ... 1 :

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

BRACELETS TO BE RUN FOR AT TATTERS ALL'S1 " ' .?i, " MEETING, DECEMBER 10th, 1885. ' r " Third Brize^ Yplue Presented by the Club.;

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

fi< Bushed. He, once ill village plenty blest, Has wept at tales of innocence distressed. It was'^bjita whitened jnass of bones lay ingljene'ath j the blazing siln of Queensland sumifier, under .tljei Bhades of ^the silent''forest tangled among t. the long wild grasses, bleached by exposure to wind and rain, and strewn around bythe Jrild bis midgiight revels ; only the last mortal remains of some outcast tossed hither and thither on the restless world, borne alonOHgVi|®D^tr^jn to? tjme|a|; last to fin<| £« qu^t-repose" outfir from »the«"ce&selels noise ^of -a busy world, buried in the depths of the lonely bush. Alas ! too frequently are such remnants discovered. The stockman finds them bleaching in wild barren fastnesses where-the foctj of manias rarely trodden# whither in j»a44k^*vitb? %i)%ga*<i steps they have wandered, at length to perish miser ably in those desolate spUtyclgs- ^"VV^jUon?- th^rWjere ■, is but seldom known, tli£irpakt lives...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

Queensland Galvanised Iron and Ziead "Works. ■Workshops, EDWARD-STREET; . Stores and Offices, EAGLE-STBEET, ] BRISBANE. Watson ITr others, Late Geobge Watsoh, (Established 1862), House and Ship Plumbers, Gasfitters, Zinc and Galvanised Iron Workers, Metal Merchants, &c. Importers of Galvanised, Corrugated and Plain ' Iron, Sheet Lead, Composition and Lead Pipes, Galvanised Iron-Tubes and Fittings, Water and Gas Fittings, &c. Large and Varied Stoefe of White, Printed, Gold, and White and Marble Lavatory, Washhand and Cabinet Basins, Urinals, and Sinks. Manufacturers of all kinds of Spouting, Gutter ing, Eidge Capping, Mouldings, &c. Tanks made from 10 to 10,000 gallons. A competent Staff of Workmen only kep>t. and the Trade supplied on reasonable terms.: Coflartry Orders receive special attention. ■ ■ Agent for Messrs. Billing & Co.'s " Son Dial' Gas Cooking Stoves and Boilers. inspection"" INVXTED Just arrived a large slock of Fancy Gasaliers, Bead...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Hart's Happy Hours. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

Hart's Happy Hours* M.r. and Mrs. Hart opened a short season m their " Happy Honrs" entertainment at the Academy of Music on Saturday night last. The complex enter tainment commenced with the comedy of "My wife's Relations," Mr. and Mrs. Hart being origin ally Mr. and Mrs. Berry, and Miss Hart being Billy Buttons, the page. The principal characteristic of the play is the marvellous rapidity and comicality with which Mr. and Mrs. Berry impersonate to one another their numerous relations, and the character delineations thus afforded. Mr. Hart's " Laughing Song" and Mrs. Hart's skipping-rope dance are particularly good. The entertainment also included "Cure for a Jealous Wife," and the farce, "Molly's Dilemma." In the latter, Mr. Hart took the parts of Squire O'Dogherty and Paddy Malone; while Mrs. Hart represented Molly and Micky M'Clure. Mr. and Mrs. Hart and Company will shortly visit all the Northern coast-towns of Queensland, en route for India.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 14 November 1885

Aquatics, The second annual Humpybong and Sandgate regatta took place in Bramble Bay on the Prince of Wales' Birthday, There had been some rather gusty weather for a day or two previously, and the competing crews had a rough time beating down on Saturday to the scene of the coming struggles. Most of them spent Sunday night under the lee of Fisherman's Island. Following are the results of the six events:— Yachts not oj$r 30 feet, or under 24 feet, on the keel, time allowance, half-a-minute per foot; about 27 miles. Isabel 1, 30 feet j Bret Harte 2, 30 feet;. Day Dawn 3, 30 feet. First prize, silver cup and <£16; second, £7. For centre-board yachts not over 25 feet on the keel, same time allowance, about 17 miles. Medea 1, 24 feet; Blanche 2, 25 feet; Jane 3,25 feet; Lord Byron 4, 23 feet. First prize, silver cup and i>12j second, £5. Centre-board boats not over 22 feet overall; same course and time, allowance as "No. 2 race. Rival 1, 22 feet j Yendetta 2,21 feet; Edith ...

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

Terpsichorean. The following Dancing competitions took place on the raised platform at the gathering of the Queens land Scottish Association on Monday last:— Highland Fling, boys under 16 in costume, prizes, <£2, JE1, and 10s. John McKenzie was the only com petitor, and danced for a special prize offered by J. Campbell. Strathspey and Heel in costume, prizes, £4, £2, and JBl. C. Frazer, 1. Pi Rose, 2. C. Ross, 3. Gillie Galium, stford dance in costume, prizes, J64, £2, JBl. Donald Scott, 1. H. McKenzie, 2. Tosh, 3. Highland "Fling, all comers in costume, prizes, £5, £3, and«£l. C. Ross, I. McKay, 2. C.Frazer, 3. Sailors' Hornpipe, in costume, prizes, £3, £2, and £1. This was the best dancing match on the pro gramme, and was won by R. Tofah, C. Frazer, second, and Bonner third. Irish Jig, in costume, prizes, <£3, £2, £1. None of ^ the competitors knew anything about the perform ance for which they had entered, and which should have had no place on the programme....

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

SATURDAY, 11 NOVEMBER ■ ' *l.L • , .S.il* , ON'THE GROUND AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK, THE BftllBi FERRY ESTATE, ■ BIJLIMBA, HAMILTON REACH, Adjoining .the beautiful Grounds and Residence of T; F. Merry, Esq Bulimba House, and opposite the residences of the Hon. J. R. Dickson, Hon. Judge Mein, Soil. C. F. Chubb, Messrs. J). ,R. Eden, Baxter Bruce, and other leading citizens. The BU-LIMBA FERRY ESTATE contains 100 Full-sized ALLOTMENTS, 100 Superb BUILDING SITES, 100 Grand ALLOTMENTS. >0 .A X '^.X- ■ 7 *:j: f--~; ' • \ *. Deep Water, River Frontages. River Frontages. Steam Ferry to Bulimbawill run in April. The Estate" i^_ Six Minutes' Walk from the Ferry. The Healthful, Cool Sea-breeze jaiwaj^i jMdwing jup th6 Hamilton Reach makes this magnificent Estate the most desirable for residential ptii^dses.. ; The ^15,^tM) to be spent % the Divisional Board in erecting Wharves and RetainingWall froqi Breakfast Creek to the Hamilton will DOUBLE THE VALUE ofthis Property in a few months. SPLE...

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

H. HEINDOEFF. mx'ixJQSE. ALBERT-STREET, BRISBANE. -:0: SOLE AGENTS FOB, T HE "E MP RE S S" KEROSE NE LAMP. ... — ■ SPECIALITIES :; Electrical Goods, Bells, Batteries and Appliances, Musical Instruiments, Pianos, Lampware, : 1 Enamelled HoIloware, Watchmakers' and tTewellers' Tools and Materials. • ABE - SOUND AS A BELL. CONTAIN NOTHING BUT PURE WOOL. »O COTTON. NO SHODDY. MANUFACTURED AT THE tOlttlHf fiCTOUT, .. .i. Ipswich. ANY LENGTH CUT AT "WHOLESALE PRICES. SUITS TO $yle iid - fit ; GBOR6E-ST;i B. WHIT^Efc' MANAGER. INVESTED FIJWDS - - - - £2,250,000. XK)0AL BO&SD: BOYD D. MOREHEAD,Esq., M.L.A., Chairman. JOHN CAMEBON, E&q., J.P. | JOHN SINCLAIR, Esq., J.P. FIRE AMD MARINE RISKS ACCEPTED AT LOWEST RATES. . Inspector for Queensland-^-C. J. Tbundlh, J.P. Bankers—The Queensland National Bank, Limited. Solicitors—Messrs. Daly & JTellicab. " •Consulting Architect-—P. D. G* Stanley, Esq. Principal Offices— 212 Q.TJEEN STREETsBIlISBANE. ' (On« Door from Gdrner o...

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

I Mr. Swanwick receives Resident and Visiting Pupils to prepare for all Legal and University Examinations, St. Mary's Kangaroo Point, Brisbane.

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

#MtuiiDAY, November 21. ON THE GROUND. HIGHLY IMPORTANT LAND SALE ON THE GROUND, BULIMBA, WITHIN A PEW -i YARDS OF THE FERRY. { COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP. THE STEAM FERRY ESTATE, ;^ .,u v? ^comprising, ' " 202 MAGNIFICENT ALLOTMENTS. ^ ; STEAM FERRY ESTATE BULIMBA .i: STJ3AM FE RRY ESTATE STEAM FERRY ESTATE BULIMBA M STEAM FERRY ESTATE STEAM FERRY ESTATE STEAM FERRY ESTATE STEAM FERRY ESTATE BULIMBA., BtJLiMBA; BULIMBA. BULIMBA. 202 MAGNIFICENT ALLOTMENTS 202 MAGNIFICENT ALLOTMENTS RIVER FRONTAGES. MAIN ROAD FRONTAGES. FRONTAGES;® FERRY ROAD. STEAM FERRY ABOUT TO BE STARTED. TO CAPITALISTS, SPECULATORS, SHIPOWNERS^ MANUFACTURES, TIMBER ME^CHAJ^Ca^, AND OT&ERS. A RTHUR MARTIN & CO.-are in r^'eipt ofanstructioBS from the Proprietors to sell by rv public auction, on the Ground, on v.- : . SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 21, AT 2 P.M. SHARP, THE . --ywt: ■ V'' STEAM JEEBY ,E S TATE, cbarpEisiNo v 2 0 2 VAIKA B L E A L L O T M E N T;S This property lias frontages to th...

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

QUINLAKV GRAY & Co., IMPORTERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, BRISBANE. SOLE AGENTS FOR EDISON'S TELEPHONES. Agencies: Dawson's Steel Boiler Flout Magarey* s Adelaide Flour Carrol's Adelaide Flour Kingsford's Cornflower Kingsford's Silver 01oss Starch E. J.Bourke's GtaimieB's Stout - „ •, ; Batons Ale (bottled) f - •» AlfiOpp9B AIb t . • Light Sparkling Ales ,, Irish *** "Whisky; ■ „ Qaroback Scotch Whisky ,, Nonpariel Old To m „ Sherriesand Port (bottled) „ Bapheodia Wallace's Highland Blend Whisky Ritchie's Tasmaniau Oaf^real Peacock's Tasmanian Jams Knight's TasraRpian Jams Hanton and DaJton's Adelaide Jams Falcon Prize Geneva Pinkand Son's Oilmen's Stores Castles and Oo.'s Irish and Scotch Whisky Otard Dupuy% Cognacs Xbulk and case). Central Society Company's Braondies (hulk and TWiHn.-r go Co.'s Sauces and Cordials Prunier & Co.'s Pale Brandies :■ Pott's Celebrated Bulk Vinegar Breton's Tinplatea Marrion'fi No. 3 Ale .... Cooper and M'Leod's No. 3 Ales Orient Parafine C...

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

trntmse^ iHsasss m)untfR0Si Ilk iiiammillfi^ g^|j| " ^"sil SiS^^iilBs-1 ssw^vj ^ M¥%^»B^^V.ri»:'ii irt? fc^nr* / ft* *♦** »• - v»* w\* -v*" ?V^»p 1. '. ■'?. '%'$¥'£$■ ';••-*•**iU; ;''V. r\ r-Tr".^/.T Tl1 I • »•; ;j. vjku. -. . ;, -*:.«-* ■„ .:fv Tt'.^ir .' ,TT ,-iT ^ ;.- rlav .v~_t. ^ ;vt ">\ ^^V/vjry :^v^r«Na;71-jv" :i ..:'a r ;n:. •,^".r"^.;*.v.»f-T-rJ . ■ i >..tv . •". <•' TRANSCONTINENTAL! HOTEL, (opposite the Railway Station, Brisbane,) J1. SIMON SON, fZaie Roma and Mitchell) Proprietor" THE WESTERN CHAMPION, BLACKALL. Circulating throughout the Pastoral Districts of Central Queensland. JAlfES BEOTHEES, Propbietobs. Leading Featetbbs. Stock, Station, and General Pastoral Cor respondence. Country News from Reliable Sources. Full and latest Telegraphic Reports. Sporting Intelligence, &c., &c. Subscription; £1 per annum in advance, £1 5s. if booked. Special Supplement containing the very lat est newe, telegraphic and district, issued to subscribers...

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

4. Cricket. The Cricket match at Townsville between the Mercantile and Townsville clubs was continued on Saturday, when the MercaAtiles closed their first innings for 120 runs. The Townsvilles then went to the wickets a second time, and made 100 runs be fore they were disposed of, J. Tiddy, and J. Harttand, again coming off successfully in the batting depart ment. The former, who made 76 in the first innings, knocked up 33 in the second, but did not play such good cricket as on the opening day, and was clean bowled by K. Dillon, after giving severalchaces which were not responded to by the field. Hartland after making 27 was splendidly caught by Moody, having previously given a chauce at long-field on which Dore failed to take advantage of. The fielding of the " Merks," with some brilliant exceptions, was indifferent, otherwise their opponents might have been out for a much smaller total. With 155 to win the Mercantiles commenced their second innings, and at call of time had i wicke...

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