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Not to be Minced. A SAUSAGE MACHINE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Not to be Minced. A SAUSAGE MACHINE ESCAPE Her hair fell like a mantle o'er her shoulders, And right down, to her feet, The hue of newly-mintedSydney gold, her's. : OliIr she was quite too sweet! . : It seemed a pity such a Cupid's meslier Should be the wife but of a common flesher. To those who're not in slangy language versed, Who dpn't know hootcher-kootcher, . I'll say, for I'm in lingorare immersed, A flesher is a butcher. So then you see, or I'm a base deceiver, Her hubby, Sir, a knight is of the cleaver. Her name ?-There'u Smith and Bobinson and Jones, Pray, choose a name, Sir,, from *un. Not suit Pr-Well, spose we call her Missis Bones ? That name is not so common, And cannot be forgotten once it's gripped, if . Ton note it i8 of butchering descriptive. Well, Missis Bones had hair (I make no blunder) Full five feet long and more; * It was,-in fact, a source of public wonder Brought custom to the store. And ev'iy hair, as I've already told, Wae like athread of pure and shinin...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New Guinea "Specials." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

New Guinea " Specials." JOatid Wattebstok, the confidential man on theliteraiy staff p^the. Melbourne Argus, whose arrival in Brisbane I chronicled last week, " went up north last Saturday, in company with Iioftns Irving (Capt. Armitt's second in command). Capt. Ar- ... mitt stayed on in . Brisbane, .being down with fever; but, liis health having recovered its tone, he will leave for north to morrow (Saturday). .S>.:'y Wa-tteirston's mission is to settle, on behalf of the Argus, all financial claims that have arisen out of the expedition so far* Arinitt, with Xtbftup Irving, will return immediately to New Guinea.: Their intention is to land at a different part of the island; and%bxnn across,.so as to cut their originallbracks.. * A quiasi-Iudicrbue aspect of these Melbourne journalistic ex- . peditions is exhibited by the action of the A$e speciaL The reader mast understand that hitherto, inspecial enterprises, the Melbourne ^rgiisand the Syndey Morning HeraM haye'in variably act...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Growl from the Gulf. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

A Growl from the Gulf. I HAVE received several letters and telegrams complaining about the removal from Normantonof Sergeant Byrne, a popular and efficientpolice officer who has been stationed in that town for many years. :, It i s certainly not FIGARO'S business to give publicity to every growl emitted at every trivial police change madeby the head* centre of the police system of the colony. 'But.this Normanton case has claims of its own that press themselves upon my attention: . The Far North, has lOng since recognised twit their necessities and their desires are notonly unconsidered by the Queen Street political party,-but also that, in matters non political, they have no fair representative in the southern press. Thanks to the enlightened appreciation of Queenslanders, FIGABO is fast becoming the recognised bash papery and the wielder of the cudgels for any oppressed causey no'matter how remote its operation may lie, or how poor, weak, ani defence less those aggrieved may be. It...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trigger. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Trigger. - Mackay Volunteer Corps is to have a shooting meeting on November 9th. Subscriptions for prizes to the amount of aboufcJBlOOhave rolledin. An All Comers match form? part of the programme. Vi?-'."' Brisbane Gun Club held a practice match at Eagle Form racecourse on Saturday. Plentiful muster of the sons of guns. Handicaps down to 25 yards,^maximum distance being 29 yards. Three ties with five birds in five shots-P. B. Sheridan. (29 yards), J. Thornev(27 yards), and T. W. Butcher (29 yards). .Ih the deciding heat, Sheridan and Thorne divided the stakes. In a second sweep Sheridan and J. Lennon tied with six birds apiece and divided.

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

Falling oat of Lore. A XANWKO has never fallen in love cannot bear with hia brethren in one 'Ofthemost aggravating andpiteousof mortal ^nditic^iB^r rightly diagnose an ailment whioh demands sympathy and humouring for its successful treatment, while it meetsfrom the ignorant and inexperienced a drastic course of rail lery and persecutions Nor from ain:epieive>aiiV^ of view is the value of, falling in love to fee appreci ated. To Watch the restlessness, the wakefulness, the transparent^ artifices, the deep simj&iafr, the infantile dignity, of one who is just taken with the ailment, is no small enjoyment to those that have gone through it all, and can thank goodness tfeey .aire now in their sober senses again. But of all the advantages desirable from falling in love none ean compare with that supreme one, which is not the lot of all, that of falling iwt of it agaan. One day, a silly wonwn's Whim can make a. man wretched, the next* he is himself agaiil* Not with any unseemly ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Figaro's Tip for the Melbourne Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Figaro's Tip for the MelbounieCup. OF oourae, you aill want to know tfcewinner of the Melbourne Cup* Well, there are some carious yams about First Demon. It appears that months ago two spirit mediums, in-quite different parts of New . Zealand, enquired of their spirit friends which horse was going to carryofil: the Melbourne Cup of 1888. The reby an each instance was-^'SSrst Demon." This Demon '?-wftfrthen very little known, aad reckoned an outsider altogether (by the way, the light-weighted outsidere mostly win 1); whereas,.now, he Is first favorite for this boss racing event of Australia; There is no donbt that the first demon past the post will win; or, if he don't* there'll be the demon to pay and no pitch hot* Well, FIG&BO determined to get A. black-art (and, perhapg/blackguard P) tip, if enterprise would do it. So he selected the member of his staff possessing the most receding forehead abd mournfal eyes (he has a chronic earache which accounts for the mourn), and desp...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
An Ugly Grog-Blossom. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

^ j An Ugly Grog-Blossom. $&B followers of Samuel Walker Griffith are fond of boasting ^vrhat their chiefwill do in respect to the ; lienor traffic when he gets into power.: The more Hooted of . the never-toucn-its expect extreme legisla tion from Bam. They want to see licensed victuallers throttled, as it were, by the State* and bound down by legislation so that they lutye not the ordinary rights, and. privileges of free citizens of a free country. It is haxdly necessary for me to announce that any such tyranny as that will be determinedly opposed and denounced by Figmubo. A most wrettmed state of things exists at the present time in New South Wales, where the= laws regulating the liquor traffic are absurdly restrictive ; and oppressive. The'most ridiculous element in them is, however, |he feet that where they were intended (by the extremist of the Pairkes following) to press unduly upon the licensed victuallers, they are found to harass end inconveni^iGe-not the publican, ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Aquatics. . Brisbane Begatta Committee liave . drawn up their pro. gramme. There are three sailing races-one for boats not exceeding 18feet? one for boats over 18 feet (to he handicap ped); and one for. punts. The Finney arid' Isles Cap, at present held by the Commercial Club, will probably be the Srize offered in the Amateur .Sculling Match. Flagship will e near the Dry Dock, South Brisbane, and all races'will finish, there. Sailing race course will be ax miles. Efforts are being made in Rockhampton to arrange for Koine's crew (the champions of Central Queensliuid, and the wintoers : of thcPublicans' Purse, noted elsewhere) to visit Brisbane in December jiext, and compete in the Separation Day Eegatta, The names ofthe crew are st. lbs. jL M'Glelland, bow ... ... ... 9 7 ' V- ^ Howe, No. 2., ... ... ... 9 7 .= ^.Wt Stanley, No, 3" ... .;. ... 9 7 It. Koine, stroke ... . . ..i 10 7 : B. Sinclair, (coxswain) ... ... 7 ?; Btag&nd M'Lelland, on the 20th ult., on behalf of tike C...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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A Peep at the Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

I > A Peep at the Shows. ": ®a*n Thompson's Show has fled, '.? And Bachelders {are bete instead A CliriBty Minstrel troupe whose lines Were lately cast 'mongst Gy^inpie's mines. . . * rliey.ve ballads, songs,' and nigger prancing, And twisting " Gifarcls " and clog-dancing $ . A farce that split? A fellow's loin, Whiejb is alone quite wottbthecoin. I've no space here-not one verse even For pseudo-healing Milner Stephen. The Ipswich West End jGricket Clab Gave a dramatical hubbub, . " . -- ' '' Last week, when local stars did spout ' In " Aladdin" and "Turn him out." i The hall wias crammfed with.*'Number sevens" The money went to Widow Evans, Who lost her husband Levi E., In a coal Inine at Tivoli. And Zulu T.'s gone to Toowoombah, ' "r--':'. ?: y. A town-that some call ''Town of Groom." Baht He means (I swear by paregoric !) ^ . . To move right on ana shoW; at: Warwick. That Warwick (centre of land \bosliy) That noir has got " Jap." Decenoslii. A circus troupe, where er you bert...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

V<Mfi5ENfcLAND NATIONAL BANK .?>>,. ...'Limited, ??'?. . -.:.? '?' lilbovpbrated nnder tlie Companies Act, 1863 v .Bankers to the Government of Queensland. . littbscribed Capital. ... . ... &,000,000 Paid-up Capita ... £SOO,OQO Eeserve Fund i- £175,000 Directors* ; Hon. f\ H. Hait.M.L.C., Chairman. Hon. Boyd D; forehead, M.LU3. The flon. Sir Artliiur S. Paltiier, K.C.M.G., M.L.C. ' ' _ Auditors: ^eo. unmackj Esq.;j. Win.Webster, Esq. SolicitOrs-^-iMessrs; Hart, Mein Flower. General Maftager^EdwatdEbbert Drury. . 0ENEEAlt ii^AGEE'SfOFFICE. Inspectorof JolmSouttor.. . ..... Sab-Inspector oiBranches-JI.W. Glenny Branch:Accbttt^t^Afthur Forbes. ..; Mana^iv-Bobt. Gray Stodart. -; Accountant-Arthur L. Montefiore. , ' "? ? ' DRA*NriT1!!f3. LOliDON OFFICE-29, LOTOBAfeD STEEETj E.C; ; ? ? ???. -Ziocal' Pirecto^i^:'^;! A. B. Buchanan, Esq.! A. L, Elder, Esa J. L. Montefiore,E»^.:^ * " Manager: BobcrtPoiilopBiinTin.nnn, llieBaaik'ofEng'Iand. The Consolidated Bank limit...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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One for Several Nobs. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

One for Sererai Nobs. IT he remembered -tliat the Captain off the B J,S.$fJ Co.*s steamer Bulimba, when that vessel was at Thursday Island on its last trip down Sooth, refused to take on board some of a number of passengers who applied to be received as passengers. The Captain subsequently wrote a letter to the Brisbane Courier, explaining that he had accepted those of the applicants whom he considered respect able enough, and that he had been perfectly justified in refusing the remainder, whose appearances were agawnst them! The Captain also hinted that some of them were the worse for teetotali&m. This letter of the Captain's has been the cause of any amount of keen guyveringup in the far North, and the joke will be rapidly understood byall North ern people when I state that among these disrepu table people, whose appearances were so much, against them, were-Messrs. Meston (not the Sacred Ibis, mind 1), Gardner, Ball, Mason, and Scott, aU good and substantial men, and some ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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The Wheels. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

01 course it is a meaiithing to go lAik on a. fellow ereature in distress, but when there is ak Jitfljinxture^f; the ludicrous about the incident which Rinsed %to.jm?®drtune,©M feels some what juBtifledin viewing tlieaffair from that piatot^nid enjoy ing ja square laugh, Whilst lie; j^kets-4us sympathies "fpir the ' iinf ortnnaie>,till a more appropriate timie comes .rOund;f or their ^^lay;:x-3ibrefo)fe:;;I^^^^ ^ith\th^ history of a little war fare iof." wheels " thafriOcc&xred not a>l0O. miles from South; Brisbanp, in. aloc^ity;th&$.»earfy everydne -has h-" Airdof if / Ifownagentle declihecame a festive pair of wheels, whilst the . wiy ahead wasi fi^y^i^cupied, ^inotheir pair of wheels (" ^V^hich^l^me^ the rfectunbent form of a slow ' descendant of jjehn.who^^jimia'-^*ery,pre-occupied4i!ame of niind, "He was probably a; fair jchild/of. the Bhineland/reeount inginhis hiindfor the thousa&d aiid oneth tufte his profltsand losses for the day. The. wheels b...

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Cricket. "Jovial, jocund, jolly bowlers, As if they were the world's controllers." —BARNABY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Cricket. "Jovial, jocund, jolly bowlers, AB if they were the world's controllers." -BABNABT. Tub opening of the season, according tothearrangement of the Association in their most important events, the Prentioe Challenge Gap Matches, was conducted by the Union and Bris-; bane Clubs in Queen's Park. This match was commenced under most unfavourable circumstances; in .the first place, only ! one week's preparation could be given to the match wicket, and /secondly, the rain teemed down for a couple of hq>iirs in the morning as if to counteract the first efforts of the ground com mittee, who, considering the fact thattgie wicket playbd fairly ^.welif ^may be congratulated. The Unions. h<&> Hitchcock 'for Captain, and their rivals T. Geddes, and thel&tter'winning the toss went, with Leeson, to the wickets to do .battle for hiB side. Prom the. poor show the Brisbanes, under their old name of Leichhardti made last season, it was expectefl.-tbey would get...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

GEE ENS B*S GUN AGENCY. 0 A B T SIdFaHB SON. G U N H A K IBS AND IMP O BTE S S. Large Stock of Billea. Winchester 6 and 12 shot, Bern xaingtoJijSwinlrurn, Exju-Oat), M&ftdni Sporting - Express and Military. Oar Choke Bare GnurforEfetagaxoo Shooting aremade especially to resist the attain of heavy ^fci^mdfcwPtioe and Quality defy competition. COI^B AHD ^THEE BBVOLVBRB. ; ; '.V. ^beoomeaQoodShotypraotioewiUiGBJBENEB'S BALL TRAP GLASS or SMOKEBALLS '? To Sa ObzjlXBKD raokGABTSIDE ft SON, . y. GUN SHOP, 10% EDWARD STREET, BRISBANE. DRAPERS, COSTCJJffEBS, MILLINERS. : i'.' '...'r'-v,' axd _ LADIES' GENERAL OUTFITTERS. . '* ' "'O* AWARDED FTEST PBIZS A.ITD SILVER MEDAL. Costumes and Mitiinwry, designed and manufactured at Messrs. Edward Slaughter andCo/s Establishment,®) aiid 82, QueenBtreet, Brisbane, at the August Exhibi tion, 1882. ??= ;;''-s AkxgeaaidTaiieda8SQv(3x^tofCk>BtameBtui}eieetvfh>m,fittedtotheBnyer8. Prompt attention given to Wedding Trousseauxand Mourtaing ord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Colonial ffeeretaiyteOifieeyy-Ky Brisbane, October 2,1883. ' ' fflENDERS will 1)e '.«eceived at this office until Nooh'-oli JL SATTJ&DAY, the 17th of November next, for the Supply of - tUe Public Service, to be plied insacbq^^ time, be Required -? Tendetetobeii»htw^ to be had ©n Application to tt6 GoldnM Storekeeper, from whom alt further particulars cau be,obtained.. - .: l- (Signed) BOBEfiT J. GRAY. Th,e Queensland NationalBank limited. A BRANCH of this Bank is STOW OPEN at Mitchell for the A transaction of all usual Banking business. :^::V :? JOHN SOXJTTAR, For General-Manager; * General Manager^ Office, . 20th October, 1883. CHBISTTJ , AMEEIGAN; ESTABLISHED SUCCESS.! . - J' / ; , .GENUINE SUCCESS! A 8H0W TO SUIT THE PEOPLE. Large and Belighted Audiences Attracted by our Excellent deputation, and Novelties! Pro mised. 'V-.-' SPAEKLING FIEST PAET; SONGS. ?) JOKES. C COMIC BALLADS.) ANEGDOTE8. IeEFEAINS. GEAND OLIO OP NOVELTIES. Entirely New Song and fiance Sketches. FAECES...

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

¥HE MERCHANT, AND THE MONKEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

?i *? ' ' -% GRAND CLEARING SALE , :: '' " OF ; DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. 7 THIS MONSTER BARGAET IS '.. ' NOW IN FULL OPERATION ! GREAT CHEAP SALE V OF NEW SUMMER <3K)ODS! THOUSANDS OF POUNDS WOBTH HAVE BEEN LATELY OPENED, , ?' - ,x>;_ . v ? « .' .r* X* t --7 >fr; A31 Included in this > TREMENDOUS BARGAIN \ ' SALE! THE LEASE EXPIRES IN A .... .. .-FEW,.WEEKS.::^ V O^JR IMMENSE STFOCK; WE MUST SELL! OUR VALUABLE STOCK . ^ WILL (3ELL^ ... GRANDEST CHANCER ; . FOB. V. ; WQ&KMG MEN;'''; J. HEADS OT FAMILIES . . . .TO Vv". - ;v SECURE DESPERATE BARGAINS * ?L >> 'i&srs-s .«,??*> Ht'i , -#y^^-;^:'''*'"''''' :" "' * £7? feajsQ. i V'; '.»; 30C "AYING sold our Valley Business to Messrs. GV'ERELL <fc> /" * » o . * ,hJj y ''~?\~,", WHITE, with portion of our Stock, we will have to."].-., bring into our Queen Street Shop h *. WHICH WILL BE SURPLUS STOCK, ...* . * ' ."' *. " *'4' V"» '-u- '. -r:^iXf'u '.'.i..; i/'V , H;\<'-V- ?f:a....

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Sporting Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Sporting Gossip* A Sydney sport writes me ; " You wore the first to name Hatteraick for the Cup and no# the books jwill haxdly lay him/ My final tip for double would be Derby, Archie or Martini Henry (stable have backed the latter heavily). Cup^Le Grand or Commotion with best outsiders Hatteraiekand Becovery. The latter was bought especially for the Cup'iaind'iiot a^oixl but his party knows what he can do. Balonne Jockey Club has decided to hold its next racte Jmeet xng at St. George on April 8th and 9th, 1884. Items in the pro gramme already determuwidou are-Maideu. Plate of 50; SOTS., and a sweepstakes of 30&y: / St. George Handicap Of 250 SOTS." with a sweep of 5 SOTS; ; and Balonne Handicaps! 100 SOTS.' and a sweep of 50s. " v . . "?.?.t,!-' Gatton Baces took p1ace~;yesterday (Thursday), but 'iiiy re presentative's report came to hand too lat'e for publication. CAHBBiDassHtaE'(England) Stakes'remltedi-1, Bendigo j 2, Tonans ;? 3,Medicus. vt.v;-rK:r^: Dewhurst Plate (En^&...

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Bell's [?]itein Queensland "And pray what is a gentleman without his recreations?" —OLD SONG. RACING CALENDAR. BACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

*' &A : | "And pray what is a gentleman without hisrecrbjitions ?" V }-OLD S6ng, RACING CALENDAR. ^ ' BACES TO COME. V.B.C. Spring Q.T.C. Spring Netting Mackay ... Peak Downs Turf Club Aramac ... ... Bundaberg (about) Clinton ... Fitzroy B.C. ... . ... ... Warwick T.C. ... ... Western B.C. (BonuO B lac kali Bacing Club... Y.B.C. Summer Sydney Tattereall's ... Sydney Turf Club Summer ... Broadaound J.C. Maryborough Nov. 3,6, 8,10, Nov. 9,10 Dec. 25 Dee. 25 : . Deceinber25 December 25. December 25 ' December 26 December 27 ; December 27 .Dee. 27, 28 Dec. 27, 38 January 1 January 1 January 26 May , ? June, 1834

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Miscellaneous Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 3 November 1883

Miscellaneous Sporting. ^ Blue Lodge of Ipswich P.A.F.S.O.A. holds sports at -gaaidy, Gallop on Prioce of Wales' Birthday, November 9th. /Seventeen items on the programme. . "Western Star Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., (also Ipswich) has announced its annual races, at Sandy Gallop, for New Tears' Day. Programme not drawn out yet. Laidley Athletic. Spprts, to J>e held on November 9th, show 15 events. - ?.' W. Donaldson beat Arthur M'Grory in a 200 yards fodtraceat Wpjlopn on Saturday last, for 25/- a-side. : E: li -M'Conkey is jthe secretary oi the Friendly Societies' Sports, to be held^t SEoxybo^ough on the 9th inst. Onwardi"then, to glory move : More than Conhey-rora ye shall prove; -J' .If you keep your wind in long, Soon shall victory, wake your song. ;,v. pSiis item was supplied by .an 'athletic chorister, of Mary* !b6r6ugh.-ED.] ' There are 13 entries for the Maryborough Grand Handicap; 10 for :fche 1 mile walking matchj 6 for the Alfred'Shaw Cup bicycle race; and 10 for the mile race. ...

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