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Queensland Aigaro " Fear God; Speak evil of none; Stick to the Truth: and never be done BRISBANE:SARURDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1883. God Help Queensland! [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

*' Pear God; Speak evil of none; . ?Stick to the Truth: and never be doitfe^.; S I BRISBANE 4 ;&T0RDA^1NofBkBEB;lC:?iS^i Ip. . G-w>ajpa;^to; the Spoklce^^p/^amjiel WaMcejr, Griffitlli has%6miiiitted in o^ie^6|;a ^biiia^il crime^M&i^arty blunder. Iaa bUndl^|.^4oiiEa^i that nominatioji, the Stagnant. *' E4^f^ave^e^rayed th§u>constituentfc an<£~thu«5 early revealed them I sel^^^ebtra^^loius;: , | Samuel Walter Griffith has stood upon, public ; plat^^oi|i alter public platform as the self-styled \ chagttf^ia of politicai hoiior and public virtue. He I has Tw^|; crocodUe . tears oygr the political "vices of I his a^y«?$aa?ies, andjhsiB; tplfL ^ that bis own soul was { white. JBte has boosted of how he intends to purify 1 pii|j|^: s£fc4p^tfefOflpe |&ih1 «xalt the standard of iJiH^easlan^ naSionalhojaor,," ;.;.... ......... The people liave believed in the character Samuel gave of himself. FIGABO and other journals have pointed out the clayfeet of t...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Where the Laugh Came In. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Where Came In. HE.-Come, Ada, darling, let us walk, Down by the hazel wood! I have lots I wish, to tell you, d ^ f l'd -liayo^told you before if I could. ? SHBi-WaitStill the;i evenmg;'!'Berty,|f | ,£?."{: i' ?' f It's getting so dreadfully warm; ' ' There's clouds coming up from the. south too. I do hope we shall have a storm. HE.-Well, stay where; you are then, but listen, I cannot go on in'-this 'waiy: Tou treat me much worse than your poodle. That you fondle and pet every day. SHE.-You forget, Bert, who gave me my doggie, 'Twas poor Jack, and he's now far away ; If 1 fondle and pet the poor creature, ? It don't understand. ;wM$; I ^y;: HE.-Then why waste, the time tind .the trouble, On a beast that's sovfat it can't see, Just make me your pet for a. week, love, And try your caresses on me. SHE.-I fancy I see myself hugging, , A bear that does nothing but growl; If you could see yourself in the glass, now Oh! you. frighten me so when you scrowl. HE.-'Pon my sonl, I'll look bright...

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

There is a funny lawyer that In Brisbane town is seen, He is so very, very fat, ? He never ,had a lien ! , A client of his, too, is found In Brisbane I declare, "Who is so very,; very round, He never* can be square. Now, such a pair as this, you know, So very, very stout, Are types, you see, of FIGURE O They are so BOUND-ABOUT. PORTLAND Downs and Wellshot stations, each sheared 180,000 sheep this season. On Malvern Hills, 160,000 were shorn, and on Terrick 155,000. WHILE the cutter Eleanor was between Cape Bowling; Green and. Gape Cleveland, an enormous kingfish shot out from the water "and struck the mainsail about fifteen feet from the deck. The dorsal fin of the fish entered the canvas, and as it fell cut a hole six or seven, feet long in the sail. "The fish dropped on the deck, and before it could flop over board it was secured. ? i . POET DOUGLAS people complaining of being haras sed byblacks,whomakenightly raids in sugar and other crops, besides taking a fancy to axes and othe...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Peep at the Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

A Peep at the Shows. Let me dig oxit verses , Solemn as a hearse is, Foolish as a maiden's, Cranky as; is Sladen's, Wishy, washy, sloppy, Long as it is copy. ! i ' Let me dig out verses Such ns typo, curses, Verses ill-begotten Matters not how rotten, Nor how lairie &nd happy, Long as it is copy. Let me dig out verses, Empty now my purse is, Empty is my pocket And I needs must stock it Verses stunted, choppy, Anything for copy. If I can't build verses Try my prose that worse is, Cos the Cup and Derby Winnings from me far be, I'm a ruined poppy If I can't sling copy. " "Which is a very sad confession for a pious and estimable young citizen to make, and reminds me that in the sad Lexicon of colonial youth, there is such a word as " fail.'' * But the Bachelder Minstrels, whom I have business with just now particularly, don'tseem to have grabbed across at that particular word. They've been giving their comicalities to daily improving houses, and their burlesque on the Bohemian G...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

NEW OHUM : " Did you see any game about here ?" BULLOCK DRIVER : ct Well, can't say I did-except a Jackaroo in the water round the bend."

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Ku,' 1 - 'I. i ?X-,jg^.rf,sr, jSr;\g, * ? {. ?'f-rrt'l" ;' What tibe Bnyersof Hi© "WHITE'? ha?© to say; Wo. 28. North Bundaberg, J. ! ; 8th. September, 1888, ToMBSBB&SHAwftCo. Dear Sim,-In reply to . yours of the8rd instant en quiruighowmy *' WHITE SEWING MACHINE " pleased me. ibeg tofetate that itis quite/opto what it Is said to-be, vizLight running, easily learned, simple and durable in all Its parts, and above all reliable in Its work. No skipping stitches. Its . range-of work (ex tending from «#il-nmslin to strong leather), together with its attachments for producing all and every sort " of fancy work, combine in making ita Family niaWna par excellence. Ton make any nfe of this you please. I shall reoom mend the "Wmw" tomyfriends. I remain, dear Sirs, Yours sincerely, ELISABTH MCBOHIX, Perlvin Mubchxs. No. 29. Fandilla, 26th October, 1883. MBSSBS. A. Shaw & CO. . ... Dear Sirs,-In reference to yours enquiring r* ""WHITB SEWING MACHINE" bought from Messrs. Fullert...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Aquatics. illiiiiyfe ' '? *'f'. v%'.v Sculling contest arranged for Dec. 8th, plMe owr tlxe champion course, Parramatta River, Sydnejr, JSM. Trickett, Michael Eush, D. M'Donald, and W. BeM^ f Etoh man has to ante £20, and three prizes will be giyen," yiz4i £60, .and £20., Thi£ winner will to,ckle Ned/ Hanmi^i wie Canadian champion of'jithe world, upon his arrival at Sydnw» provided that Elias Laycock's leg isn't well enoughfo¥ lymjfco ?contest. .?'-.y:?. Two crews, picked from Townsyille and Boss Island boatipg men respectively, had a four-oared race the other day, which ended in an undetermined foul. The Eoss Islanders had lost their practice boat, and had to use a heavy whaleboat. Still, they gave the Townsvile crcw all they knew to row them down, and a foul put'an untitnely finish on the event. s| TlieBalmain (Sydney) Regatta to be held on Friday, the 0th iastant, premises to be the best aquatic meeting ever held in ,N. S. W"ales.? $ . Entries for the Krug Champagne Trophy areIve...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Burnt Down. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Pray listen to a tale of woe,. A tale of woe aud mortal wi-eck, _ A sudden, total, fearful clieck, A horrid, florid, torrid go. It was a winsome, Jauglii»g lad, (I call him "lad" for verss to scan, " ; He called himself a full-grown " maa^'), Who some sweet seventeen summers had. And carelessly he stood just thar, Upon the spot where now you stand,.., } v Aud held within his lily hand, ' . A full-bred sixpenny cigar. And gracefully he struck a match, And drew his breath, as smokers will; I watched him closely, Sir, until I saw that his cigar did " catch." . ^ Whv matps he sudden frenzied botmd p / Why do his features take on woe ? : : What makes him stamp and" swear out so ? And throw his weed upon the ground ? Alas ! hard fate ; too soon he's learnt, . How fleeting trfasures are ^liengam<?d \ Ti;For siv months. he's moUstacliios trained, r. uiiid now, at one .fell swoop, they're burnt! j .Yes, Sir, for six months he's endured Of hope deferred the bitter fruits ; r And no...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mendacity and Mixed Metaphor. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

..---rr Mendacity and Mixed Metapliori WHEN tlie row was cm at Townsville about the landing of the E astern . Monarch; immigrants, the uitra-GrriffithianS buti-blathered ?'<? blather in comical and ridiculous tirades .against' Sir Thomas M* II wraith. Hxibert, the enterprising auctioneer and ex - Chinese - Coolc1 - employing- publican rwho was trounced so Badly at the Townsville election by Macrossan, declared that the action taken " was but part and parcel of a nefarious design on the part of an autocratic and despotic Premier to massacre every human being in Townsville with/chicken-pox." (!) This was high enough, even for the employer of a small-pox cook; but other speakers " rose Hubert's hand." His Worship the Mayor prophesied, "We shall all live id see our children and our children's children Orphans" (!); while an aesthetic genius named Simpson gave it as his opiiiion. This in justice is tlie last Tcich of Sir .Thomas M'llwraith's iron hand (!!).- These orators had ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Martin Luther and the Law Clerk. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Martin Luther and tlie Law Clerk. As Queensland is more, or less interested, in tlie forthcoming celebrations .of the 400th. anniversary of something* or other connected with Martin Luther, the great Reformation (or as Corbetfc sa^s,' "'devas tation ") man, I dare say the true Hues, jib less than the deep greens, will read with exciting, pleasure, an episode in this remarkable man's life that is not as widely known as I fancy it ought to be. , Ijb shows how a wily son of Belial can " come jonnick" over even quite as pious men as our own legal missionary, Peter Campbell. This anecdote, of course, relates to the old days of the colony, long before a Telegraph bar#;dreayaed of getting round Martin's countrymen out here. . Well, here goes: - /; i , > ? , Martin was lopping along on the Barcoo, one. day, in a iCobb's Coach, in which was a solitary companion, a young law clerk-. After some conversation the. young fellow said :-. " Sir, you,liave been remarkably successful in your profe...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Police Bluffing a Woman, [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

, . ..... ? . Police Bluffing a Woman, 1: j: IT gave a/ relation last week of how the Taroom police falsely imprisoned an epileptic patient as a /lunatic :then let' go^galn0 I promised in thisissue to ventilate a,not£er communi cated^rievanco from the game quarter. ; -'r'lt-'-OStjere it is:--- . ' . . ;f On October 2nd, Mfsi Catherine Brockel paid to the Taroom Land Agent the sum .of £91 2s. 7d.,for, suburban Taroom. Naturally renGugh, Mrs. Katherihe-B. wfent to take possession of^er property,riwhe^|te ! ^hfi^utopraey^^hatais to sajl the-Taroom police-at once barred the way. ; The police :i>roi£e e * .and5 aetuaUy tl^eateWd-'to put Mrs. Kathenfie Brockel in the lock-up, if she went on her own land! The only clue to the reason for this tyrannical and illegal conduct is supposed to be that all the subur ban allotments as well as the roadways are fenced in, and claimed and used as paddocks by the police and publican. The latter is allowedio cut and -remove Mrs. Brockel's best timber...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Politiral Steams. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

laMat Strata. Schoolboys, blowing bubbles Carelessly § Young men laying " doubles,". Reckless spree; Country meeting troubles Half-way see! Steady buffer mumming With, his wife; Politicians* bumming .. 'Eag^rvstrife!; * !-' « .' Newer Guv'nors coming Such. is life. ; Politician's word 'U (Horrid squeak!) .... . Clash with Cup and . Hurdle . For this week, ^ . -1 And no tell-tale Mrd '11 Spot , the streak. . Politics aint dinner. Bite hor-supj I would, as I'm sinner. Jerk 'em up, . Had I nicked the winner Of the Cup. I've too much veracity Honest vision ! : " 1 And 'too small loquacity . - For the mission'' ' " * Of a '(What ;audacity|) Politician. , ' THE motto fora successful politician should be-It is better to be right to-day than consistent' with yesterday! How manyQueenBland tiienwijl personlly apply the satire iii this Remark fotheinselves t ' S. W. Griffith inaugurated his political reign on Monday evening by entertaining 32 of the Members of the New Parliament at dinner. The...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Straight Tip from the Stable. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Straight Tip froin the Stable. There's a fiend that I know wiio turhs up, In all sorts of disguispB.iftwLplao^ jt, [ Ev*ry season that tarings round $he Gup, Or, in £act any other big ;raoeB. ; Now, this fiend* Til endeavour,to dmw, For your benefit, if I am able-, ; ; 'lis that being we look on wi£h,.;awe, Who has got a "straight tip from the Stable." With a far-away look in his oyes, - Eloquent of horse>fleshand of glanders, So mysteriously solemn and wis& Chewing straws like a groom, he meanders; Though he never refuses a drink, , ? , If you ask him the key to his fable, ;iSe'll tieolirie, aad explain, with a Tvink^; .a . k i ^I^a ajfe^at ^jjst^gl^.lrom Stable.*' : vflJfe-irfil- v" n :v That make - you revere [his , t w, _ How.he*^'pni% k #ond&M''bboV*^ /, ' 1 Aid isprahgfaig ^th b^ nietalliiciians . ;' - ' . Yet.warns!you:against:-tempting! fate, < . . vi ? ;=<.] Hint at rogueries done,at the weighrbell, That with you nothing's fistfel-Ti...

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

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN HAVE mucli pleasure in announcing tlie Arrival of New MILLINERY-Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Fruits, Feathers, Laces, Mantles, Capes, Fichus, Corsets, Parasols, &c. Our GUINEA BONNET, now so well-known oyer Queensland, maintains its place in public favour, and is not excelled. This Season we are producing such rich and exclusive Novelties as will well repay a visit from Ladies in search of nice Millinery. This. Department being presided over by an artiste of superior taste and skill, and all orders being1 executed on the premises. Ladies can have SPECIALS in this department made up in an hour. THE QUEENSLAND DRAPEBY 7:, WAREHOUSE. D TJ N N & WHITAK EE HAVE TO LET Belle View Cottage, George-street-Furnished, 5 Rooms, Bath, &c.; £3 3s. Norfolk-road, South Brisbane-6 Rooms, Kit chen, and Servant's, Bath, Hall, Pantry, &c., 25s. Peel-street, Boundary-street, South Brisbane 8 Rooms, Kitchen, and Servant'^ Bath, Pantry, Passage ; i-Acre...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Police Genius Again. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

P<flice Gonitis' Again. The steady-going old: Courier has at last been forced to endorse, by parallel comment, my oft-re peated remarks anent the inefficiency of Queensland police-officers and of its police system. A case oc curred here in Brisbane last week which entirely set-off my frequent statement that the police, instead of protecting law-abiding people, often caused them dire harassment, Edward B. Bailey is a respectable and well-known commercial traveller,: He, arrived in Brisbane the other day from Maryborough; After completing some business with his principals-a large Brisbane firm of merchants-he r^tire^Jo ' gnjoy well-earned domesticity at his home in Lutwyche. He was shortly disturbed by a detective officer, who informed him to his astonishment that his (Bailey's) name was M'Coy, and that he w^s; wanted for obtaining money under false pretences; " Bailey protested all tomcf purpose. You know the style, -dear reader-or, rather, let me hope you don't kri^vjr th...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cricket. "Jovial, jocund, jolly bowlers, As if they were the world's controllers."-BAENABY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

Cricket. "Jovial, jocund, jolly bowlers, As if they were the world's controllers." -BAENABY. THE Union-Brisbane Club Match in Queen's Park resulted. in -almost a ^reversal of tljie previous Saturday's play. The Brisbanes went on ifrith their 2nd innings, but, thanks to the efforts of Power and Perkins with the ball, made a very short stay at the wickets. They played two men short, one of whom I referred to last wefek. This sofct of thing should be emphatic ally discouraged by the Committees of the Clubs where such un-cricketlike instancies occur. '.Clancy was the only- man who made any sort of stafrdiitall. He- got. 17 in a decent manner, when he was unfortunately, thrown out. The Unions faced the bowling with a forniidible ^ td get to reach their opponents, and a rattling good attempt they made too. Armstrong once more proved himself of Service, and topped the list with 35. He is not the prettiest .bat'in th© world, but has a spledid eye and hits away right inirra^^ft doesn't matte...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New King Cole. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

New King Cole. Brisbane tried hard to hold a little holiday all to itself on Tuesday, in honour of the arrival of the new Governor, Sir Anthony Musgrave. 'Every truthful man must, however, confess that the affair, from the red-coatfed guards of' honor to the puny cheers of an uninterested crowd of spectators, was a fizzle. It dwln?t oveii fairly represent the s6250 which the Municipal Council had chosen as the maximum amount it could spare to decorate the city with on the occasion. - : , What 6n earth the reception authorities did with that £250 (unless it meant luncheon!) is a mystery. I suppose it didn't include the firmg off of the guns, which appears to have been about the only solid item in the proceedings, and they were, of course, only «noke, " sound and fury, signifying nothing."" The few scattered and miserable scraps of bunting that were flying at distant intervals about the town, were quasi-negative evidences of the languid interest taken in the display of loyalty. j i Th...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

GfBEE N.E S'S GUN A G E N CY. 0,A E T S I D E A N D S 0 ». GUN MAKEES AND IMPOST EES. Large Stock of Biflas. Winchester 6 and 12 shot, Bern mington, Swinburn, Express, Martini-: Sporting - Express *ndMilitary. Our Choke Bore Guns for Kangaroo Shooting are made especially to resist the strain of heavy shot, and for Price , and Quality defy, competition. COLT'S AHTD OTHER BEV0LVEB8. To becomea Good Shot, practice with. GEEENEE* S BALL TRAP GLASS or SMOKE BALLS To bi Oraund) fboh GAETSIDE ft SON, GUN SHOP, 108, EDWAED STEEET, BRISBANE. ?J 80, S3, QUEEN STREET, BEISBANE, DRAPERS, COSTCJMEBS, MILLINERS, AJHTD LADIES' GENERAL OUTFITTERS. "Wholesale Manufacturers. AWARDED FtRST PRIZE A1STD SILVER MEDAL. For, elegant Costumes and Millinery, designed and manufactured at Messrs. Edward Slaughter and Co.'s Establishment, SO and 32, QueenStreet, Brisbane, at the August Exhibi tion, 1882. A large and varied assortment of Costumes to select bom, fitted to the Buyers. Prompt attention given to Wed...

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The Trigger. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

The Trigger. MAJOR MOORE has received news from England that E.JB. Drury has purchased a dive* cup, ti> be shot for mat $he?iiext meeting of |;hfe: .Queejislamd!i|Buifle Association. volunteers in%iini|orm to^eiipete; shooting |ot.l»;:jaSb i^]#Qv&g " man " target ^With Martini-Henry rifles, the target tb^3>|.6ft. in height, dnd 16in, in "extreme width, iind tlie range 2(Wyarcls; Standing and the longer distances, in any position, to be fixed by the committee, The cup is a handsome trophy, and has to be won twice by the Mane, person before becoming his property. MACPHEBSON, of the Prince of "Wales Hotel, Mackay, has offered a handsome silver cup, valued at £7 7s., to be shot for at the AlljComerB' match,'which^takes plaoe at Sugaropolis tomorrow (Friday). AT the North Shore, Cooktown, the other day, a pigeon match for 5s., five birds each, took place between Kerr, Davies, H. Asmus, J. Asmus, Till, Lawrence. A. Clunn, and Harris, the latter being the winner. A club is to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 November 1883

GEE AT CLEARING SALE* THE SALE OP THE SEASON. JOHN FORSYTH & CO. JJAYE PUSCHASEB JOE CASH, - Frota'the Trustees in the ASSIGNED ESTATE OF Horace Cash James, THE WHOLE OP THE ABOVE STOCK, comprising; . V ALL THE LATEST NONELTIES FOR THE PRESENT SEASON 1 : H.C.J. being a DIRECT IMPORTER from the Home, Melbourne, and Sydney Markets, the GOODS ARE ALL NEW AND SEASONABLE. JOHN FORSYTH & CO. HAVE DETERMINED TO CLEAR OUT IIIE ? . , WHOLE STOCK AT CASH PRICES. ' '' ? ? ? And are r NOW OFFERING THE SAME ? ' ???? AT . PRICES THAT MUST TEMPT THE BUYING PUBLIC. £8000 WORTH OF DRAPERY AND CLOTHING To be cleared oiit in'One Month or 28 Days FOR CASH. J« F. & Co. have also PURCHASED a SPLENDID STOCK of over £1000 FOR CASH of the Finest HOSIERY, MEN'S SHIRTS, AND HATS. Also will he put in £3,000 OF GOO D S Arrived too late, BY THE , DUKE OF WESTMINISTER. WILL BE SOLD , - AT Horace Cash. James'. The whole of the above embraces A SPLENDID STOCK OF OVEB, ;: £12,000 OF GENERAL D...

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