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About Protection. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

About Protection. The Editor of Figaro,—Sir,—=r.I am glad to see the stand you take against protection (so called). To my mind, Aook 5, Chapter ten, of Mill's " Prin ciples of Political Economy," is perfectly convincing and beyond dispute; and it appears strange to me that there are still so many who seem unable to un derstand it. I would like to assist in explaining the matter y perhaps, some who fail to understand it, when put one way, may dp so when put differently. I there fore submit the following. Custom duty upon any article of foreign produc tion that may be produced at home may be, first either so small as to have no effect j or secondly, it may be such that, although it causes some quantity of the article to be produced at home, yet it does not stop importation; or thirdly, it may be so great as to cause the production at home, of all that is required, and so stop its importation. Let us consider the effect of the second case. In such case profits and wages are not increas...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Droving. The Expedition Range. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

See "DROVING," on opposite page. Droving. By Peter Bunkum, The Expedition Range* (Continued.) Lorblessyer, nrnnin' scrub cattle warn't a bloomin' patcli on it; them niggers took to their scrappers and scuttled through the timber faster nor any scrub bull ever I see. We hadn't time to shoot mor'n four or five on them, when the whole blessed boilin' was gone like a flash; barrin' Jack Blunt, his wife and picaninny. We wasn't long cuttin' them loose, I tell yer, and turnm' the catties' head the t'other way again. And glad they was to be goin' back too, walked along fine. It was bright moonlight now, and we knowed them black varmints would soon be yelling down upon us in swarmin' hundreds. While we travelled along Blunt tells us he fell into the ambush as had been left to catch us coves in the mornin', and, if it hadn't been for our turiiin' to climb the range, we would have shared the fate of the emus right emif. "Look here, boys, and gals, too," says the boss, a noddin at tlie grinnin...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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THE LATEST AMERICAS INVENTION The Victory of Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

THE LATEST AMERICAS IHYENTIOH The Victory of Electricity. , Since Electricity lias been applied for lighting purposes, all efforts of inventors liave been directed to construct a lamp for general domes tic use. The reason why this problem has till now not been solved, is that none of the inven tors could rid themselves of the idea of gas lighting, and that all have adhered _ to the system of producing the Electricity in some central jrtace. or by large machinery, instead of first laying down the principle that a Lamp which should ever become generally useful and popular, must be portable like an Oil Lamp, and contain the generator of Electricity m itself, i.e., in the foot of the Lamp. The Norman Electric Light Co. has_ at last succeeded in completely realizing this ideal of Electric Lighting, and. there is no doubt that this most important invention will bring about a complete revolution in all ^ranches of light ing Our Electric Lamp needs neither Machinery, Conductors, nor any exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

SATURDAY, 28 NOVEMBER ON THE GROUND. THE GRASSDALE ESTATE SECOND SECTION. 1000 ACRES. OWE THOXTSANP ACRES. FROM ONE TO FIVE ACRE BLOCKS. A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED OF SECURING A LARGE AREA AT A LOW PRICE SO NEAR THE METROPOLIS IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN THE GEASSDALE ESTATE, EASY TERMS. LARGE AREAS. O- T ^ L t Has received instructions from THE GRASSDALE LAND COMPANY, LIMITED, TO SELL BY AUCTION, ON THE GROUND. ON 8ATITBDAT, 38 NO¥BMBBE, . AT HALF-PAST TWO O'CLOCK, The Second Section of the Grassdale Estate, comprising 1000 Acres, in Blocks of from One to Five Acres, having a Frontage of Two Miles to the old Cleveland Road. This Magnificent Property is situated between the old and new Cleveland Roads, and is deserving the attention of the Investor, Capitalist, Farmer, Merchant, Artizan, and Mechanic, and is only one hour's drive from Brisbane, and as it has been decided to run the Cleveland Railway through the Estate, it will be brought within a few minutes' ride of the heart of the ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Her Portrait. [FOR FIGARO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

Her Portrait. [Fob Figaeo.] Up in my own bedchamber, Her portrait hangs on the wall, In the midst of a hundred others, Her features past times recall. And, though she may seem far plainer, Than many of those who're there, There's none of the crowd around her That seem to my eyes so fair. There are beauties from every country, Of the purest classical type, With looks like the Eastern Peris, And charms attractive and ripe— Beauties you'd like to die for And think such death divine, If, ere your heart was stilled, they Pressed their red lips to thine. Her charms seem pale before them, For the portait's faded and old; But, back in the time I knew her, Her face was fair to behold j And her smile had a winsome sweetness, That none of the rest possess ; And, though she was not a Juno, You'd value her none the less. Once, on a time, I loved her j (Good Lord ? how the years do fly !) The days when I used to know her, . I now recall with a sigh. Aud the walks we had together, With the starlig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

REMEMBER THIS. IF YOU ARE SICK. If you are sick, HOP BITTERS will surely aid nature in making you well again when all else fails. If yon are comparatively well, but fee the need of a grand tonic and stimulent, never rest easy till you are" made anew being by the use of American Co.'s Hop Bittersi If you are costive dr dyspeptic, or .ire suffering from any other of the numerous diseases of the stomach or bowels, it is your own fault if you remain ill, for Am; Co.'s Hop Bitters are a sovereign remedy in all such, com plaints. If you are wasting away with any form of Kidney .Disease, stop tempting Death, this moment, and turn for a cure to American Co.'s Hop Bittersi If you are sick with, that terrible sick ness Nervousness, y6u will find a " Balm in Gilead" in the use of American Co.'s Hop Bitters. If you are a frequenter, or a resident of a miasmatic district, barracade you* sys tem against the scourge of sll countries malarial, epidemic, bilious and inter mittent fevers—by the use o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

B. D. FOREHEAD & CO., MERCHANTS AND STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, WOOL AND PRODUCE BBOKERS. _ Head Office : Mary and Felix Streets, Brisbane Wool and Produce Store Felix Street, Brisbane. Branch Officeb ; East Street, Rocbhampton. SHEEP and CATTLE STATIONS, SUGAR PLANTATIONS, and other F REEHOLD ESTATES, together with large numbers of PAT and STOBE STOCK and STUD SHEEP and CATTLE for sale throughout Queensland and in the other colonies. Forfeited Runs purchased at auction. Rents paid and all other business connected with Pastoral Proverty transacted. B. D. M. & Co. hold WEEKLY SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION of Wool, Tallow, Hides Sheepskins, and other Produce, in Brisbane on the follow ing days*.— TALLOW, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, &c., at their Produoe Store, Felix Street, every WEDNESDAY. EAT STOCK, at the Brisbane Sale Yards, Enog gera, every THURSDAY. WOOL, at their Produce Store, Felix Street, FRIDAY. Account Sales promptly rendered, and Liberal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

pltoxi? E c T TJ S , [ 1 , "or the United queen consols gold mining , ■; .COMPANY, Limited. Charters towers. Capital : £36,ooo in 36,ooo shares op £1 EACH. 16,000 paid up to 10s., to "be retained as con^ sideration for the property, and 20,000 to be' offered to the public on the following terms 6d. on application, 6d. ■ on allotment, aud calls not to excced 6d. a month. Provisional Directors : B. D. MOREHEAD, Esq., M.L.A. Hon. P. PERKINS: S. LISNER. Esq., M.L.A. S. J. PEEK, Esq., J.P. Chairman Queen Block Extended Gold Mining Company, Limited. B. KIRKBRIDGE, Esq.,: Chairman North Queen Gold Mining Company, Limited.. E, PHILIPSON, Esq.. Director North Queen Gold Miniug Company»Limited'. W. HOLLIMAN, Esq., General Manager, Mosman Gold Mining, Company. Backers: THE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK.. Charters Towers. Secretary : ' E. D. MILES. This Company is formed to woirk Gold Mining Leases 573 and 579, comprising twenty-five acres each on the North-eastern end of the famous Queen line of...

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ROUNMBOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

ROUNMBOUT. Notice to the Public. —Please to note my time of Publishing s 9 a.m. every Friday. Mystic, listic, realistic, Watcli for . . and — — Nothing coming's so artistic As the FkJako Flashes. Ev'ry man knows what is Jus mass, These are coming out at Christmas. " Fingers on your hands are five ones * " Silent thoughts for ever slumber These new " Flashes," though, are live ones, In the Figabo Christmas Numbeb. But, till they are trotted out, You're well oif with Boundabout. The Exchange Hotel, at May town, which adjoin - the Rational Bank, took fire last Thursday at about midnight, and was totally destroyed. Jack M'Lean was the owner, and his loss amounts to £600, as the Exchange was uninsured. It is strongly, suspected that the damage is the result of foul play. The place was no sooner demolished than there was a very heavy downpour of rain, which would probably have extinguished the fire had it only come sooner. The electors of Bowen have resolved to return no more six-and-eigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

ARE SPLENDID VALUE— TRY THEM. HAVE MAGNIFICENT QUALITY AND FLAVOUR TASTE THEM. ABE ABSOLUTELY PUBE DRINK THEM. Ask Tour Grocer for Them. In Sib. and 101b. Caddies, and tio. ana no. Packets. Four Standard Qualities, in Net weight CaddieB and Packets. B € D QUALITY—51b. caddies, 901b. cases } BEST 101b. caddies, 80lb. cases j QUALITY „ Jib. and lib. packets, 601b. Cases QUALITY—51b. caddies, 901b. cases } SECOND 101b. caddies, 118b. cases y QUALITY „ |lb. and lib. packets, 601b cases. QUALITY—51b. caddies, 901b. caseB "> THIRD 101b. caddies, 80lb. coses ) QUALITY , |lb. and lib. packets, 601b. cases. QUALITY—51b, caddies, 901b. cases") FOURTH 101b. caddies.' 801b. cases ) QUALITY ,, %lb. and lib. packets, 601b. cases. .The proprietors have great pleasure in bringing the EMPIR COMPANY'S TEAS before the trade. Their sterling quality combined with the unique style, shape and appearance of the packets and caddies, hare made the EMPIRE TEAS famous throughout the length and breadth of Au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

BE* Physician, Surgeon, Ac coucheur, &c,f 4, Hy de-terrace, Me] uourne-streefc, South Brisbane. At home for Consultations— Prom 9 a.m. to 10.80 a.m. 2 p.m. to 3.30* P.ni,, andSto 9 p.m. J. W. ATSCOUGH, M.P.S., CHEMIST AND DBUGKHST, PETBIE TERRACE AND fiED hill, . BRISBANE. TELEPHONE, 227 Also at Stanley-Street, South Brisbane. The Brisbane Pharmacy, 48, QUEEN STBEET, BRISBANE. D, j. OLARK£, BEGS respectfully ^inform the public that he has RESUMEDBU3INESS at the above address, with a ilew Stock of DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET REQUI SITES, Etc., Etc. L. C. DUNNE, CHEMIST ATO DRUGGIST, LATE OP CUNNAMULLA, ANN STREET, PETRIE'S BIGHT, BRISBANE. A fall stock of Patent Medicines,- Perfumery, and Druggists' Sundries always in Stock. Speciality: The Dispensing of Physicians - prescriptions. £A Cabd.] HO L M E S. & C O H E N, Aechitects and Consulting Engineers, THE MINORIES , Queen-street. P. G. SHAW, I CENSED SURVEYOR. National Mutual Chambers, ^ Queen-street, • Brisbane. FRENCH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

THE QUEENSLAND ICE AND FREEZINGS CO ABE DELIVERING ICE AT |d. PEE POUND. SEND ORDERS TO NEW ICE WORKS, NORTH QUAY. TELEPHONE No. 319. OXFORD aOTE!I>. Thoboughiy Renovated and Genbbailt Tusked Ikside Out. ALBERT ALBERTSON begs to announce to his 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 Fikest in the market. No " Penny wise, etc.," policy in the sale of drink at the OXFORD. EYEET ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS.-GOOD BILLIARD TABLES. bToT Til if OTEL, (M'Dowell-street Eoma.) THOMAS ENRIGrHT, THE Proprietor of this Hotel, which is perhaps the oldest established in Eoma, desires to inform his friends and patrons in thd Maranoa district, that he has had the premises RE-FURNISHED, PAINTED, AND GENERALLY FITTED. The Dining Room Table surpasses any in the district, and SPECIAL ATTENTION" is paid to every part of the Sous'*. The Coffee Room Accommodation has bee...

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1050 Miles on Foot. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 28 November 1885

- 1050 Miles on Foot. By a Swagman. [An authentic record of a colossnl" bluey " expedition fro™? Rockharapton to Brisbane, via the Barcoo, ;Nive, and Warrego Rivers, with deviations on the Peak and Darling Downs; by a " blewed " author.]] A blanket, a billy can, a shirt and trousers, three short-necked tucker-bags and four shillings, a fund of. curiosity anil a desire to hide in the buish. away fr£%? grog. : These constituted my burden when; I left Eockhampton on August 10th. It was mid-day and I resolved to have two, final long sleevers ; it was not difficult to find a companion, so we smashed a bob at Harry Johnson's and another at the Meri'y Jig, where Lowry-and Bolton gladden, theCockles of many a Milesian heart. Then I parted with my pal, gave a fond farewell look oyer the scene, of many triumphs and more beers, and finally resolved to : leave the town until better times were the luck of its generous inhabitants. Times were bad; the drought and Griffith were the two public evil...

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Gordon's Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

Gordon's Benefit. A benefit entertainment was given in the Academy of Music, on Friday, 27th. November, in honor of J. T. Gordon. In spite of rainy weather, a large crowd assembled to testify tc the popularity of the beneficiary. The South Brisbane Amateur Dramatic Club played the drama "Jessie Vere,'' Miss Calder wood taking the role of the heroine. The other principal actors were Schrey, G. Smith, Stewart, and G. Calderwood. The dramatic portion of the enter tainment was followed by musical and literary selections. Gordon gave four songs—amongst others " Will o' the Wisp " and "True till death." J. H. ; Wilkinson recitedf' Othello's address to the Senate," with such effect as to secure an encore, to which he replied by a short travestie of the tragedy. _ Miss Louise Thompson, A.R.A.M., sang four solos, in cluding "Robin Adair,'? and "Within a Mile of Edinbro' Town." To hear her " Robin Adair " was worth all the cost and trouble of attending the concert, and the audience fairly pel...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

Aquatics. Fancy the cheek of Geraldtonians! They have sent a challenge to a Townsville crew to he present at their regatta on Boxing day. And a four-oared crew is going up, too, from Townsville, to see what the Geraldton boys, led by D. Campbell, can do. Of course, neither Head, Fairland, Phillips, nor Clegg, will be in it. Send some of your hospital patients up to the Jchnstoiie, George, and keep the above crew reserved for Rockhampton. You will hear from there, shortly, and you may as well be ready for them. Says the salt junk reporter of the North Queens land Telegraph, :—" The Maud had her speed tested before the fair wind in the afternoon, but that isn't her best sailing point. Wait till she gets behind a foul wind, then you'll see her scoot." The race between Fairland and Phillips, at Towns ville, for a £10 trophy, was won by the latter, by several lengths., The result created much .surprise, as the betting was 2 to 1 on Fairland. * Kalmy sleep, good digestion, rich, blood, el...

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New Reading in "Macbeth." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

New Reading in " Macbeth." Griffith ; " The devil damn thee, Black, thou'rt always jawing me about those niggers." (Enter Messenger, pale with fright.) Mess. : " 'There is ten thousand " G-bif.: " Geese, villain ?" Mess.: " No, Polynesians in the Colony." (Blue firej Greece attitude adopted by Sam; Messenger faints; Hume Black dances in pas seul; and the'curtain fallsff in thunder, lightning, and in rain.)" -

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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. The Private Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

jfe A Peep at the Sliows. •' You were not at the play to-night, Don Csrlos. How happened it P"—The Spanish Student. The Private Secretary* There was a very naughty youth, Who used to go to plays; But when he met his "fate," forsooth! He altered all his ways. She threw his heart into a whirl, He could't keep it oool; She was a very proper girl And taught in Sunday school. Our youth left off his gay fol lol, His conduct had no smirch, He'd carry hooks and parasol, And see her home from Church. This little Sunday achooling^child, Preserved her modest sway, Upon his small attentions smiled, But in a proper way. But soon his blissfulness was closed. And turned to bitter woe, For when our youth downright proposed, She gravely answered, " JNo." Now, when that young man heard his doom, He was much mortified, He walked away in broken gloom, And thought of suicide. But, ponder o'er it as he could, He to himself would blurt, He'd kill himself, ah ! yes, he would, f But, then—did killing hurt ?...

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A Single-handed Pitch. TO THE BOSS OF FIGARO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

A Single-handed Pitcli. To the Boss op Figaro. Sib,—As you thort proper to put in last week wat I rote, I rites agen. . Lord! larst nite the musketers were dat bad Ikode not sleap a bit, they trumpeted like 1400 nigger minstrels at a Cheneze picnick, and the bloomin' kockroaches as big as from ere to to morrow klimed up the walls and corned downe like a thosand of brecks, as it were, on there backs, and the frogs kep up a knocking so, that at larst I gets up and findes wun of them under the stepps of the ouse as big as fore ordenary frogs, and a,pufed out as big as the frog that busted itself in the fabulatrying to be as big as a ox. Yure arestocbraey aint much by all akount as wen ever I says whoes carruge is that, and gets the nam I findes out wen I goes to the ouse from old joker, who as been ere therty years, and says he, the old man, kep a sly grog shop at the pines,, or the old man was a bulluck-driveer, or the old gerl used to serv us with milk, and all they welthy lowur orde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

TYRv NEWTON, Physician, Surgeon, Ac XJ <;; coucheur, &c., 4, Hyde-terrace, Mel bourne-street, South Brisbane. At home for Consultations—. 7 frftw 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, Stanley street, at 10.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. J. W. AYSCOUGH, M.P.S., CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, PETBIE TEBBACE AND BED HILL, BE IS BANE. > Telephone, 227 Also at Stanley-Street, South Brisbane. The Brisbane Pharmacy,! 48, QUEEN STEEET, BBISBANE. JV J, CLARKE, BEGS respectfully to inform the public that he has '< - ■ , BESUMED BUSINESS at theabove iaddress, with a New Stock of DEIJGS, PEBFUMEBY, TOILET BEQUI SITES,Exc., Etc. S i DUNNE, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIS.T, - LATE OF CUNNAMULLA, ANN STREET, PETBIE'S BIGHT, BBISBANE. A full stock' of Patent Medicines, Perfu&ery, and Druggists* Sundries always in Stock. Speciality: The Dispensing of Physicians; prescriptions. [A Cabd.] HO L M E 8 & C O H E N,: Architects and Cons...

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The Pressman's Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 December 1885

The Pressman's Problem. I feel rather interested in the Telegraph, especially of late, for it is actively engaged in solving a long disputed problem. It has been held for very many years that " any body can run a paper," or, at least, that all that is necessary is to have a high school education, and to be. able to compose a graduating essay. And somfe men have held differently. They have held, and I must plead guilty to hold ing with them, that to "run a paper" it is "usually necessary for a man to have cut his eye-teeth at the business, to have started as "printer's devil" and climbed up, or to have pitched in first as a reporter, and had the conceit knocked out of him by years of rough-and-tumble work. Hitherto my side has been ahead, and only an occasional unknown religious weekly has ventured to imagine that the pressman is anything but a smart tradesman; but since Geo*ge Hall, old "Bohemian," the man who made the Telegraph, left it a year or so back, the proprietors of the Gov...

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