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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

Aquatics. THE sculling ra«e;fo?4>he CoolaltaWine Trophy takes place to-morrow iour q'cloekj the eonrse heing from the Regatta Hotel to the Diy Dock, and as it promises to be a well contested event, no doubt the public mil attend in fair numbers. The men entered to compete #re Uhlmann, O'Sullivan, Winter, and Lynch; of these Uhlmann, who has been trained and looked after by M'Oleer, stands first in betting. He rows in thetiew boat, lately brought up from Sydney by £yons of South Brisbane. His ?>', " ' r ' ' r '* . ,'^jj . style is rather ci&mped, more especially in gettingthe sculls clear of the JFater at the end of his- stroke, Ibut nevertheless rows with fair power and gets good pace out of his boat, and having kept in strict training for the last two monies, should the river be smooth, his chance seems second to none* -4 . v O'Sullivan took to sculling in November, 1881, and after being coached by Tiaycock for ten days, altftpugh never in a wager boat before won the ...

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

the I>enny-0mpVd tbe%aper of " the working to triyself, says l),- : tb^ alteration began, ^..>4«sw j ^ jnyifeK* says I). '' For a, ii^tbe; office chair, '{t ; And over all the-c^fy^gJ-'eatCapitalists glare, j, And money,notthe people istheironly care . *' (Says Ito myself, says J). llei^ ^^ l^fc xiever by a. Syndicate wafr jjaid, ''??????; : '??*/£</<; %ike Jack^heOiunt-.£iller,is nOfc abifc afraid; ' (flays I). And the,pnl?|u5 come sgad buy it, becauaie.they like J«see< ~ The little^ whipper-snapper .hitting out so, very free; *' Why, bless his little heart,' what' a Tartar he . ; do be!" ?; 'in (Says I to myself, says I).* L We are getting very uppish in oxir notions noV-a - days, i, (Says I to myself, says I), . Aiid try to adopt every fashfonable craze, , (Says I to myself, says I). Bui; I really can't see why, at. that Complimentary BaU, . , ?' ? If they asked some of the English, they didn't ask them all, Unless we are ashamedto be profes...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

CULTURED BUT DISDAINFUL MAIDEN: ccD'ye epf^^ Jfcwchumn ?" \>,;< sacrifice-U$imu^m</cr learning): " N-no, b-but my brother plays the German Concertina " i! d v'i! ;i -r : .:<. v:-re '-? V /iF .- -"?-' v '-. f ?". -:- ":"' ' - ??? .. ?? ??- - ? ?:- - .? ? ? ??.??<-?? ?:..«?? : 9-w.«r.urt»,- rui-hiVi . .!*

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Trouble in the Wig-wam. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

Th1&e is lowing1 verses signed *' Queenie'y, ^d addressed $o 'the - '"fflgard man" are irideedcauee sufficient, ' We>r^}i j. want to know which fellow it is j and allct&iffi | Tenses. ' Our readers toU sympathise ^ith us. ''"'Is j none so wise as not to know the smart of bliss' tl&t diethbut*twixtkissandMss?" n - ! Toukissedme! myhetad 3)rtpp^ low on your breast,' /s. With a feeling of shelter , v.i5- -j. And infinite rest; ." , While the holy emotions j ' My tongue dare not spbak' ' " . Slashedup in aflame : 11 r <![ ?'.;l ?l Fix>miny heartto in^^hbek^'M^-'"*^ ?::1 :df ? j ???= ?? Tour arms held ing'f&sti^ "... - ... Oh, your arms were so bolct, -.5 $*."?>. : H6artbeatag^in8the£rt;^! ^^vvsbiii v;Xa>onr-wnU. ?; Tour glancasseiemfed?»4r«Aving*! to ? iVjK-i ?-<. ^KMy roultthrcragh <*;t ifohhr As the sun dzaws the'miit,: . ^ ;-*>r . r-;."'-?, ?iV'.: From the i3eas to!th©^es;' ! o.fi? :..> ....>;.;&...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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CRICKET IN SYDNEY. BY SQUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

{?** *.? 1;> ih-> -,?.((} milk?i s.u if ir>»3 «tW mm r..' ... tr;.,.- ".?nv 'i^,V^..rt!t C. ..I'.*,-. . . Jiisi '(uxor O'-iV) £ !sior4'A * 'VhhilVii}, been played, and, judging from-the fenced] men won. The-first inningf wpn-eaoh aide was marked sisals urutnpledup like^deadcow in a busUJire ' teams were sanguine of success until the last xlicket fell, and then the numbers went up,~"^he Lion 1st. &a^zoor. 2nd.' - -The gruel well fcliis titne. atid there wasn't a single angry word or Jhitch^pi through. This comes of ^la^hg with real "finOilold English gentlemen/' instead of lah-di-dah lords and shicksters. £ .. ?: Beyond doubt Xvo Bligh's teauiie one of the T>est, and certainly the most evenly balanced team we have yet seen out hfcre. As a fcowter and %i stonewaller h|t/' the " Lancashire: lad," ;B*irlow, . cannot b&: beaten. The college men are brilliant batsmen also|| the "mawleyM Btorley with his left-handed "yor^ers'v is. extremely puzzling to a. weak-k...

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

9samm^. ? ?^;v^dj^ii^;s-::;«iittiiiiiaWi;W^feWtill#K^^i §wx&m'' ?i}k'\' i'.. ."' ?.:. ..".'. '\v,1?!y^i%'rX v^.i T^'Sr,-.1 v'".'.;<t;v.r-p-Vi»'v^-.'./r';;-w,^-3 ,w^-.\ .,"*.'?';. ?:|||p|®li^^ FOB, THE NEXT SIX W'BH-8 '^SiM iSsHi^Sfss^tess The GOODS of the late Firm must all be disposed of at RIDICULOUSLY ftyw. r «iu»a.. ^ ' "' """"' ' '" .. ..-i... . . ,. ^ '? '?v ;i,v w: t' i .* enable us to open up ?®1®§ r-lil,'4'VuT"V,''> ^.l'!'- v'>"-p-a< ,^> As'i .' . nJ«''; . -. /'*. '...*? .'- ;7ti ,T' < =?' V i»tl-»W'" ? _'. ' VV-.' ~ "^/>--.. ..'.*?* ,.? <' V- .'<.* J "V?1 i;'' .) ^ )..?'?-. A-' '.-. V-^tJoU 4«c [»., ..-r.-. >'^X^;,V£^.'.W/v "-.; LAEQ E SUPPLIES . , , , DAILY EXPECTED EX ROYAL HAIL STEAMERS: . ' ' > ^ 1 *? ' £ p ??jii&J££>?&!£$ <.$-?'"i^|« .% ,:''t' .«.. j$.. ?> v-^;i!<f«SV. .'V1?:' k-:^-"*'' tB*3 q|^SISliiiiiliM T \-V; '. M-V ?^K'?:,SS SEE OTHEB COIU...

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

THE QUEENSLAND DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. NOW OX, irchasers of eve: Household use. Will prove exceptionally advantageous to Purchasers of every description of Material either for dress or * * epresented'by Goods that have been reduced in price expressly for the sale as jiAimss, cosmiES, COESEIS, intusm, aad WilVofter a large variety of Rich and Valuable Goods j HiT< 1 L\

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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After the Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

. After the Balll Wl !v rj and 1 ^} JSQJ tij^,apd ,|, lu^fytreacl tiliBweiefcV; -'.'Ji: Figaro yet. (And he had sat up all night to write it). ".?". r

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

/'«'.» V 'iitfc' IwiJj .In#. If; !> /<J)h. Twa EtffcBBoiii' tind'^'Eijiglet^ilot, to^wereri includ ing ni.^haW endorse^ . JS^ow body to Bay ? Eh, Madame? SrarDl/s.. innings: were study. . Read's escapes; *a , caution. ! -i-fV. :i-<> ..!.] ?er.jc*: . ; ?} ? r ;? <V i inw; ': TjM Brisbane men would have done well, if they had" hit thebail asfrequently afithey ?fcraekJktlitudeB. , , V- ? r-::. !? l!V' ' Thk world will never progress, fto (enough tobelieve that a , man's black eye was oaused by anything else than somebody's fist- I ? SAM GRIFFITH and" iFree' Selection Jack" hobnobb ing in Sydney! Whkt will the Squatters think of this? '' ?t The announcement that the Prince of Wales will visit Otiadai > o? course: lie '. ??) J r -i/Wii i«.: i '*?'? '"-vt -? <s:*i ii«'' t t'lti'.'tt annouiy^i^ent w^ probaDl^y atejrt^d. in ipraer that it ,¥ai^ht ha^e a,n 9%5^4emaJ?u j^^JI.jis^fcy^eryjUfcely % to go whesehe mi&ht share to exchange...

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SECOND DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

to# fea»"\a«i£ i^&&»:.-«>! b'lft'iin-*n s The not outs of Jptigh's^team^-Leslie and Steelf-* K> jsnfcHb* iia&Mb ><nU \4: »i .^iwsJ i u field, .rod the placingo£ their wen was/an a^tfre iteafl^js ^s^r^ijrou^d f/m _ %?H9£® fit^S>»ii*,Uli!8pt :toim-*sp?r^8g in | . ,' ,0Tj»Y*f -u|}- >j[/-iM-n ' '. . !'. . ? ts&W" jjApd nwhere m detail There"nab a re^Uar prooe&sion off batsmen . going in and Wk'f altogether too much for them. The only men w^made a stand were Smith, whowaeina. ^lon^rj ^ wlio carried out his batfor aiwell-gntlO. y sTheinhinga -Closed for 62, and the eighteen' folloWedtrtK ?< Tlie-Second attempt wag worse tfcafctlifel again carried out Mb !>&t Kin?&i^cai36,li^ 9, in"*/: h\ <»hflni trijnMi toirflKWt ? ttext came Neeson witji 8, chiefly made by, pretty .s.'. s rf':.v .?- t\' '* > JH *. f'llMj Unt hft^oj ^qaarejeg, fn&j* jwc&pjjggtt <^Jb^t^oi...

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ENTRIES CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

... ; . ENTBIKB CLOS*. ;: Logaii&nd Albert; Htu^e 'B&d'e/^^ndeserti j ; !£Jate> Sh.oxt8.aad LojjfruHawttcaps ... .. ;Febraa®y,lO.; 1 . Logan'ana Albert Q^eraa^irajy f ... ... Uaich lB. , ; St. Geoigeand Baldane JE^djieaps ... ...v '

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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 — 10 February 1883

J-fST .JJS'Ji'I n/R. BIX. .. .-jyvw* '.»« y*' find jpa$r what ia,a graflconaa wifhi _. _ jpATES CLAPIEP FOB 1888. EACISOjPlITDBEB. , Southport '.v.- ".VSti. W.V-'* . " V.B.C. (Autumn) ... » "i ... ,.. ... March 3-6-&-10, Hawkesbury (Autumn) ... ... " 15-17. ' Logan Albert Jopkejr Club (BeaudeseEi)' ' . 1647. 1 Cooper's Plains .... . ... ... ... ... \ ,, .$6, i ^ 86^8^81.! \ April 34-25

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ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

u. k* ?>*. ul M J3<inn<o -TtanrlWTi . . Anril 1h *t jr ... "... February 14. r; ri.vi. H: 'X. VI ©li, t*,V» vv?

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WEIGHTS DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

Sonthport Handicap Iiojjtui andAlb^rt St,~

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On Hair-pins. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

'?V/.r\rV:' ?TTT~Tr~7tTt- ??? ' On Hair-pins. s >.?;, v-'o.--v.;, f^E bftir-pin j^rdly makes it appearance until a girl has reached her fourteenth year. From that time onward every healthygirlabounds in hair-pins, and every girl without aih^ir-pin isthe rarest freak of nature. The most obvious use of the hair-pin is to fasten the hair to the Jiead jrf the wearer. The back hairis always spiked on with from six to twelre ha^-pine, which hold it so firmly that, it' cannot be .^q11 the liair-pins are withdrawn. la like manner the bonnet is pifaned, to the hair with ^l,-i-;:f|j^^^^y^^^iBned men hayeJoflt?^«wo|ide?ed how * i|':^^poijsiblefora light straw, hat to-keep its place pyritmld'of %air, ^ni'^u^i^ Ijlowit. Thobair-pin is the solution of this; mys tery j being made of the finest quality of wrought,: ixo% and strengthened by paint with as much care as the'.railway bridges, it can defy anything but a cyclone; and a bonnet fastened with half-a-dozen hair-pinsj becomes as much a part...

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Within the Walls of Brisbane Gaol. Commenced "Figaro" Jan. 6. CHAPTER VI. REFRACTORY PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

. "r-:- U ,Bfc.J0fcrB bF Th^m. ^ *. .*.*> *>f'; V»t :«;-'T4f ' ;;k -'*. .? . GH^OO'BE VI. '.-i. " vTStBv'Y' i. ' »; ' V Rbf bagtory prisoners commence by bailing out with. theirfellow-prieonere, thenwiththewawlersjihen with r the gaolers. They are commonly of the'bullying class, r i . Themm* . They think they scan do as they fike, and not astheyare ^ordered. They invariably ahirk their work, and: are -aLwetyggetting their alloir ' always i trying to iget othbr*piis&ners uato 8cra|>e8; »n(l : contrive td elude; much of-; tfafe email punishments which ] they -should ;have bome. ri The flrst punishment & ; refractory prisoner is being sentfco hiis cell; heis'browght . up before the -gaoler next morning, andperhaps'letoff with' a warning ;; the second time he is not' so lucky; he has -been guilty bf-sbme flagrant breach -of discipline,*ad 1 is brought:before the visiting justice; arid BeVeri days in the dark c6U is awarded.him; . ; m// ? The dark cell, is a buil...

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

COOPER'S PLAINS ANNUAL RACES ."? TO BE BUN ON JjUSTER MONDAY, MARCH 26,1883. Patron: The Hon. S.Ww GKIFFITH, Esq., M.L.A. . .fa JOHN Geaham, Esq. ,A Judge: Tnoa. FBENEY, Esq., J.P. s - Starter: Mr. JAMBS FBENEY. Treasurer: Mr. S. MANNING. Clerk of the CourseV Mr. REUBEN WILLIAMS. Clerk of the Scales: Stewards: Messrs. JNO. WILLIS, GEO.A. BbeabsalL, A Fdnkner, GEO. HABBIB, and F. GBEENIEQ.. " FIBST; BACK at H A.M. / MAIDEN PLATE, £10: Open for all horses that have not won an adver tised prize up to the time of entrance. , Distance: 1J wile. SECOND RACE. LADIES' PURSE, £8. For all horses that have notwonaprizeof J620 up to the time of starting. Distance: 1} mile. Weight for age. Post entrance. ? LUNCHEON. THIRD RACE. COOPER'S PikiNS HANDICAP- £20. Second horse to; receive $3 from amountof prize. ? Open 4° corners. One eveqt pf 2 riijiep.. . ^pniinatjon to be accompanied with £1, to be lodged with the Secretary at Rose and Crown Hotel, not later than 8 p.m. on 17th March. Weights de cl...

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The City Trams. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 10 February 1883

The City -Trains. ..? v.r<i* IIONDAY morning's papers gave a full report of address to"r- the^rate-layers^ lake Billy Brookes, J?plefeels heis to .prevent the ^ tramways ipto thein parti-; cular. .. . must be guarded from the;ribald motor. "The rate payers' iiti this way, but the work should $6 left to a pmatecompany.'' It iB a pity Mr. P6ie did n<M strictly confine himself to this argument Upon that point, if upon no other, he has our cordial support. Triamways are risky. They may pay, or tliey may not. They may become a permanent blessing, or they may be removed as a temporary curse. The rate-payers should not,be taxed for such experiments in traffic. Rate-payers areeufficently taxed to promote the cU^uliness jtnd None too much use is made of their money for such purposes. There is still ample room for im provement, if our Aldermen wotild look about them j in tlie drainage, paving, and lighting of the city. No supporter ?of tramway traffic can Jjring forward ...

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

Printed for. tlie Proprietor (J. EDGAB Btbvb) l>y WARWICK A HAr.sFORD, at their Steuin Priutirig Works, Eagle Street, IMHlmne. Publishers: Gokdon ai>D GOTCH, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and London.

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