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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

" Their sisters and their couBins and their aunts.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEIGHTS DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

WEIGHTS DECLARED. E^utliportJBfotiSicajp*5' ..." -../''Jefefttoy.10.' * ? ..' . ... fetepral^tir^ St. Getn^feHandicap' ... ... ... ... April 1.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENTRIES CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

ENTRIES'CLOSE. Logan atid Aibpr£ .purdle: #ace;^eaudesert f.~ . Plkte, Shorts and Logan Handicaps ... February Logan-saidAibertjGenferal Entry ^ . ... ? >; "... March. 13 St. George andBalonne Handicaps ... ... " lv4

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To the Sporting Editor of Figaro. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

i ' If; ^ To thie ^6^njg^^^r pf ^$0ro '. ' MB. HBAkiT,-Hatfafese^ -Knd' ^xhaustte'd T -fly to ytfu 'fc&tfenBbll^^ the brain, the most fearful malady any sportsman ! ^rer suffered from. Looking a£ my old latin diction aiytjffiiid Pegasusi means a win^yt^rsgl - it m&tt&Vs n^&W^er;^hfether or hoWtifPggaSus hail wiri^sV *i&fc thos6 appfeadagtiiji h& tajk^s ^ch^f^a^t fl|gfctelfefa;'fa!^aMy mortals cannot'at timesjceej>'fiim1 iri#i£ht.J , Incessantly ie urges Turf Clubs, many of whom ate financially under water, or only just able as it is to keep, jbheir .heads above water,, apd especially the Metropolitan Club whichhe unceasingly advises ,and watchesover, to cut down almost every source of revenue, to reduce entrances, acceptances, and prices of admission to the grand stand; and at the same time to pile up, prizes, although he knows * the' horses likely .to run for them are measurably Hmii«d in putnber. Last week he look one 'farther big...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

/ACCEPTANCES.. Soutbp&itHaiidicap J-* : -v..v J,;' ." .-February >14. 1« '-.< Logan and Albert ...., ... ... , ... ,... Starch 3. . . ! <^o"rgeHfliidicap ;: ... " ..i >"-"V " April IS. : tWje jfiMll at,p&timeS ^glad-togiye eorridspondentstlife bene-^ fit of our assislanq^ jj^d any sent y^receiVie ;th.e careful consideration of the best ob^nable^authorities.; v . 1

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Within the Walls of Brisbane Gaol. Commenced "Figaro" Jan. 6. CHAPTER V. AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

5«:* . z.ONS.m ?. JU- - i ? -Jt,.'--; "'.?"if''s '' 4i'& ?' '!%-? ifr.y/'i, OUfe?'.$' ... To be hung jby and jmayGod Almighty hare mercy 'on: : 8 ; i-jn -a--., Vj,, i&ri m**<v .wordstring-; . mta^; mk&tk has;-W4lfullj«, takenthev;<, life , of , an- , .pfcftflftj si#?/ . tajken /3>ack , tOi;PjCisOTi; >:an4;flit,'jQnc9i.i ecmdupt.e4 |demnedcell. ? . jSepce he is i , dreseedin,,. gaol clothes , .aadufroned; ; theiegiM'ns^. .PW&fetft&fifo,, dbfte by a warder ^aa generftMy hasJio ? if they jcan?ruu ^ije^c^pentes iPijag^iga^< into it;>tjhey. will..<11t- is ttiftsg#^ih^E - ?eai*^enter to do ij^iK&e/ifwilil.v ;fa^e£;tal@e...4:"Sia!jB;^Pai r$h6 dark? cell than^ in t WfuUHfrJ} <^si$t.,^But jjg^pBR , he does at^pr not it is: notlong ;feslprp tjie-{Clink,; $Jtitok*; bf th^ ;ijapruef ;t>ellB, tbpse.;£i?ets aa$? j^f.... r:dinch^4twhich;^i^ npt be .brokenimtilj v jpom'ents &lt...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
All about Kisses. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

^ hlU:1 We±15 they're! a' gidcly' old crowd' wa!y up Wifcfe ej&rs-^ I nWaiti't fcbey ? ' Lo^kiib|r 'ilver' 'AtiTOifa4W!'intii( bag toei foDiiwin]^ fr&ia^ oiiW'k)atul^Bi,?wbo i&di&k a space in o'uk pb$&* cbMetl r As he is a 'genuine ^e£,' ^ii& we arfe no^deHcoiTier--altem 1-weinerefore 'ptfnt hii j^earls-^itliotii; prejudice:' ; Now Gatrallus, timfe*upyourcit-g'ut. '-lu\ "J ''' Oh, no you don't-yoti5 siSer id knidty 'lot ^SP ^li^icians ? Here' %ho! toi&hi'think thkfcV sw^ari^gi' * the Aifglb'SiMcfen. iU !-i ??.uMw <?* ' r: ' "^s^many"«fceliar%iei;r : .»; » - i iW$M,-fdw,iasVHbifi'«&$¥M& , ,i .: t nu-jftj},j$/*' *' ". T ' H:' ' Wa»y iwsscs^^e'lrf^^er,'^ : ' !t ''' !i 1 5-J Offcn'''" ? i}: -Bamany -1,5,.u *.*.' *; iJnvy can nwer eiHinibw'WMses. ' ( v " JfctitmgVA ftttt'TOiiirfV*1*v'" ? - .. JTo lip«' skfMfastiii&te'Vuf $Jtihf:T Oh ybu nab%y> i iiieeyi5 horrid,' Tiatfclui darling ^coa sider yOu...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

6^!S§^SSM^^^^i ri> ? -r "'^ #$?'? *"? *?j:3 v \ > :4i 'i$£: $." ?>?_} . ',?? Cntenp Draped r-3T <i1 ». *? ^o MMK C ^ ^ \ r r - * * --- :-^i*t. V ? J?.v^fr'>L-'.if.^'-2 <.^'; ;:^y- i,V: '-%.:.' ^ jfl; >- e;! *r:?t w i -'-i^ ieautifni^signs - in 'Light and* Dailc ,, 1 exceptional}^ ..@ood Talue ;S ,"''wjVa .*",'£.^«i'/ *? $?*r 7 '"We ^ye just" added to o'u- previous large block of CORSETS several"of the rtsry latest -malr<?» receive# ex JR.M.S, *' AltaorA,J so that our Stock-, is now ex* cecdmgfy wdl assorted in all sizes and prices from' #s 6d to 12s 6&,j Our " Free Trade," " Sojal,Tainan," ^B^itibh Beaulicl,f t^Eift^ ^ die., Ate vj^KiVAxtEp. A> v j "'"' ^' v.v^5-'Lii---- T-K->-: ? A-' ;*-v'V '??'.? -''7: >'--?'.:":*->.l fB&ft-w* IfSlii . 3G&?, ?&&$" 5,500 Turds <&¥&!&? I^G&ttmsS , at fid^perrjap ^PSHS 3 COKD MOgQIim NfiflV c Fin 80, *$0^ iDO ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bell's Lite in Queensland "And pray what is a gentleman without his recreations?" —OLD SONG. DATES CLAIMED FOR 1883. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

" And pray what is a gentleman without lie recreations ? "' -OLD SONG. DATES CLAIMED FOE 188S. - BACING FlXTUBES. _ . r, +; Southport ~ ..." ... ... Feb. 17. " (Autumcn).... . ... , ^ March3-6-T8-J.O. Hawkesbttry (Autumn) 1 ... ,, 15-17. " Lpgaii and Albert Jockey Club .(Beaudesert) " . Coo'per'e Plains ... ... ... " "26. A.J.C. (Antninh) .. Cu ...... " 26-28-30-31. Balonne Jockey Club ... April 21-25.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

Opposite New Police Station;'third block from Queen Street. Just Landed, " Gauntlet, t,"f«nfl / FTII . Electro-Plated Ware, &c. A large assortment. Good quality. Guaranteed genuine articles, clieap. 'mviisiM & a Furniture Made to Order Latest Shipments z On my late visit to Europe I had made to m j order, by THONET ***** BiUl $ Drawing Boom Suites. Telescope Tables. "w*. uo'ii m Chests of Drawers. BBOS., of Tienn&;th^^ttiiakefst>f Austrian Bent Wood Furniture, and have now on view, the Greatest Assortment of Settees, Rocking Ohairs, Sofa Beds, ~"v wstsSL A Illiaafi^Ohadreii's High Chaira*f8i> £U>'1 *l«|«c P^ain and Ornamented Chairs, Shop Chairs, * 1 iC liulic Stools, Foot Stools, &£%&?§& a^fei^^flPerambulators, and numerous ; . .. lfpyelties and Suites . r . - J- ^ <j>fChildren's and Toy?iH'h j IN THIS VBEY SUPEBIOB BENT WOOD FURNITURE, ?V'4 Which I now offer VEBY CHKAP, at LOWEST WHOLESALE '/I:. >&lt...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

? £5 TO 3D. Jj'X/.J'i .'. . i||ilbETiywvKo«iidfc. rititSs1 continued fiuocess i>f K^'aw eniableB .»£ j «xtend hip efforts to ma^fe his.jeurnal even taotfe.attractive thanitisat present. . ,; V* ? \ READ THIS.. ^ '7/^,.''.'' A Prize of £5 will be given to anyone of oiir rfe&ders- Who will place the first three horses in the Sydney Cup, ;one, two, three: " ''FIGARO" i#£E;1bj|tti^N ' \ THE SYDNEY CUP. ;*r#. -M'AEC H' 26TH, 188*r :£*i . 2/ - -I ? ? ' ' .' ' ? IJveiy Be'lection mustbe written on a separate Coupon, Wd must reach this office bn pr before the. morning of the race.' Should two "or more competitors be successful, the prize will be equally divided. . ;...:.,.. :> .'i ..>; '' <| .nh V<"". A box for the reception of the coupons will be.placed at Mr. J.M>L6nnon's StaJ>leB,^nd'andther at ? thfe Figaro office, and a third at Flynn's Globe Hotel. Of these Mr. M'Lennon tiw^II hold. th&i^j^,!Wd;%e,4&: thfe^presence of " Herm...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 February 1883

> lit , . W.-l r->* ' ?; .*.^i * - ^-: wmmmmsm^^mmsmm 'mr mmmmmmmmmm: ,#if§s?sw BR I SBANE .///.' ' ^ ?'.. 1 [f: -,*-. ^ Have theJBEST STOCK of > i *+ i ^ ??' naA--i il®ISl lllli Have the BEST STOCK of (fegaMg^aflT \

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
All a l—Ivo. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

AH a 1-t lvo. 5 In greatj®i^bai!^|p,( . .> .With. 8tis^"^^^'^d;girl|Wy;.'.s ,':>'... Did the English Eleven arrive-oh 1 From 'Eton i*nd Harrow, And cridketis and wickets k 1-Ivo i A 1- Iv, ii 1- Ivo-o, A I- Iv, & 1- Ivo-o,, : ' "With their crickets'ftnd wickets & 1- Ivo. They bowled the Qucerisl&ndeis, - . With slow overitand^rs, ~ Before you could qua|$r. out" Knife-oli." fAnd'-they rolling, slogging the|i»o4ing. ith their crickets and Wickets A1- Ivo. A 1- Iv, & $- Ivo-o, A 1- Iv, k !.- Ivjgs-o» With their prickets andVicfcets it 1- Ivo. They've taught f us the lesson ? That we want a profession*-!, - *' - al bowler to keep us alive oh! JYe'it then go a touring " piipugh England, and scoring 1 With our crickets and wickets a 1-*- Ivo. S|pl^ ' Wiib our crickets and wickets & 1- Ivo. j At whose dgor does the fault lie? A "Grand Complimentary Ball/' as the Cricket Association call. it, was arranged and dirried out as 9, fareweUtothe Engli...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

? >!i ? ' ..*»!)« «i f'M *r rC>:^r».r f r> fi .waii* ,> .. "j «?tjg->-.vs ? -y''M\. fit* Attdi££ day,;'. ?***» -. ; - ,-t«'» <4«<!».»:«''> <"U* $??':; * "jj.'.rw ja'V/ . fiionJ! *»>«-?'i .i'V'(iii ji'i'.iO'!'': ail) 'i.-j fivi.iii'i ; "'if )'>' {)ii iil'tiisi ..fiit-w'ti ;iiti^ii-i;i. if!;; «ty "if *ii't )»: i?*i-i aH ??,; ; .^;V>!( i-\'aiSi?<«'».. j< 'r'-"' '. *y.;fi.}}.! ;..*{ .?«11:' .i'»r*.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Foreign Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

j. .'j.,.!.? - ? . . ?!.? ? ..A. » -(?' n. ????. ^ * '????; i i >7:' i - ' i:" ?' VMSMXVS it is just as well that France shoftld not; have the chance as she certainly has* the will of shewing her teeth.Oid Orr 6 yy' B gaU&rithesi 1 tationtoput in force the' decree of the Senate-'for theexpul eion bf all Boyaiilft Imperial ' Htghn&sma, mayyetcost her dearl Thesepeople are«u>tpoptt la*, wh at-; te V''«r"; '.tfft!*! priests and the reactioiu^ press may say, and their, removal from; the jix>imt^would have exoited little or no comment among the mass of the nation. However, it is per hapB as well that our alliesacross th$ Chabnel should not too speedily regain their self-confidence.s t France prostraty isain object of sympathy and a muchmore amiable pne |it that than France tiekle4 with her old; foible, 2a gowre an attitude which theTunisian epup,de, theatre and her t (jontemplated pickings, in; Tonquin,; Madagascar, \®®£. * ^e^taal ,4-frica shei^ejl her to l>e...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sporting Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

Sporting Gossip. BT HERMIT. THE weights tot the Southport Handicap appear below, and they .seem to be pretty evenly adjected. M'O-regor heads the list with 9st. lOlbs., a good big weight, but in this crowd I would as soon rely on him as anything else. Comet has been thrown out of work, as he is still lame, and sending him to Southport was out of the question. The races take place there on Saturday next, aud no doubt they will have a good meeting. There was at first some little difficulty about the course,'as the place fixed upon, jawing to the heavy rains, was rendered quite unfit to gallop upop. However, Mr. C. A., Morris came to the rescue, and placed his paddock* which contains an excellent course, at the disposaTLof the clujb. He Has also had men at work clearing it and putting it in oilier, ,sp that owners who take their horses-to Southport will have a good piece of ground to race over. Accept ances for the Handicap are due on the 14th. The following weights have been declared ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

?'! ?:>/ '?£5'i-^6f3s)i &}$$$ ''ST:'";; r =:'?f5%P " ,FOUE HUNDRED TO ONE. ,? --'V: IVIHE continued success of Figwo enables ? the 3?roprietort& -*. extend his efforts to make his j ournal even more attractive than it is at present. . ?? ' '? HEAD "THIS. A Prize p£ £5 will, .bo given to anyone of our readers who will plaice the first three horses in the Sydney Cup, one, two, three. "FIGARO" PRIZE' COUPON. fr-.n'nr- -is ^" .£ fiif.-.r THE SYDNEY CUP. -BON MARCH 28TH, 188 3. 1. " ' -JPV 2.. 3. Every selection must be written^ on a separate coupon, and must rcach this offico on or before the morning of the race." Should two or more competitors be successful, tlie prize will, he equally divided. - ; * , A .box for the reception of the coupons will be placed at Mr. J, M'Lcnnon's stables, and another at the Figaro office, and a third at Fjynn's Globe Hotel. Of these Mr. M'Lenrion will hold the keys, and he, in the presence of " Hermit," our Sporting Editor, will open th...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

FIGABO PBIZE COMPETITION; fpHE ttumof ONE GUINEA will be^ivene^ery weekforthe X boat suggestion for a Cartoon. It mttst be original andLon some topic of the day. In no instance will the name correspondent be divulged. To ensure secrecy the prizes <aif. be forwarded to any worn de plu«w through the Post Office. Only one prize will be paid each week, but the Editor repertfes the right to make use of the unsMcessful suggestions.; Ideas must be sent in on or before Monday in each week. Elaborate drawings are not necessary so long as the hint is clearly con veyed. Address-"Competition Editor," Figaro Office. '? BIZ." ANONYMOUS communications are always,welcome. thr' only conditions of insertion are that the writer has some- ' thing to say and that he always remembers " Brevity ib the'l soul of wit." :???''; -'-'fM. We prefer doing any libelling that is necessary^ ouyselves. Scurrility and personalities are luxuries which we cannot at present afford. ? yv;'?.. ? Any person havi...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Peep at the Shows. "You were not at the play to-night, Don Carlos. How happened it?"—The Spanish Student. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

A Peep at Hie Sliows/ " You were not at the play to-ui^ht, Ddu; Carlos, r How . happened it 27ie Spanish Stu&cnt. - and Mrs. Hart's entertainment at the Theatre, is a good example of the damage done to our cratical reputation by the daily papers. It is hardly a miatter for congratulation that our Theatre should be given up to Music-hall business. We admit Mr. Hart's versatility and cleverness ; "but they would be far more in place upon a st8|ji^ where comic-songs , and grimaces are the standing entertainments, It is, however, quite possible to get a laugh out of Mr. Hart's grotesqueries j and fch.at'6 "about as much as we can say for the show* or e*I>ect in Brisbane. We would earnestly appeal to the daily press neither to lavish their praise indiscriminately upon high art and low; nor to measure eft criticism in inverse pro portion to the value of the advertisements, Messrs. Gilbert and-Sullivan's new comic opera, Iolanthe; or, the Peer and the Pen, has been pro duced at ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland Figaro "Fear God; Speak evil of none; Stick to the Truth; and never be done." BRISBANE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1883. "CRUCIFY HIM! CRUCIFY HIM!" A PLEA FOR THE LARRIKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

u Pear God; Speak evil of none; . Stick to the Truth. . AND NEVER be doue." BRISBANE r SATURDAY, FEBEUAEY10,1883. "CRUCIFY HIM! CRUCIFY HIM!" A PLEA FOE THE LABBIKIX. My dear Archer,-As you are a man, singled out by office and authority in connection with the education of the young, I address to you my "plea for the LarrikinsNot a soiu is ever heard to speak a word in their favour. On the contrary, there is an ominous unanimity of reprobation, which, were I a larrikin, would make me feel wolfish against my kind. The husband and father, who has a sweet delight in the purity of wife and daughters by his side, is shocked in passing Larrikin-Corner to hear words jeeringly hurled at the gentle objects,pf his love, which set his blood boiling ana make his fingers itch to knock the wretches down. The leading journal, in a paroxysm of sympathy, would have highly approved the knock-down blow. An intense antipathy is working in the heart of our community against the larrikin. This evil impera...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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