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"FIGARO'S" AT HOME. "Oh! lie hath drawn my picture in his letter!" —LOVR'S LABOR LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

" FIGAEO'S" AT HOME. Oh! lie hath drawn my picture in his letter!" —Lovk's LiBOB, Lost. Readers are iiivited to forward earljy- iji, telligence of fashionable olr socialfestivities if possible, accompanied by full description of toilettes worn "by ladies. Portraits of ladies, accompanied "by names and addresses, will also lie acceptable for reproduction. Those not considered suitable^ will be im- , mediately returned. Strictest confidence, Address, Social Editress, " Pigaro" Office. Offenbach's Comic Opera, "Fortune's Song," otthe " Magic Melody," was most successfully performed at the Academy of Music on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, "by tK| pupils of JVliss C^rgilFspreparatory school. The very pleasant; entertaihmeliits that have hitherto always marked the "breaking up" of this well known school for boys are widely known, and have in variably given pleasure to those concerned. But, on this occasion, all previous efforts were excelled, and, taking into consideration the fact tha...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

V.. : Call Attention to their Large and Yaried Stock, in which arfekept >;*• *)l i.ai; if-, • -*.[ ) 1 ■■' / , i J: .'It vTb: ' SILVER PR1ZECUPS for Races and jShows,of the Newest andmost Tasteful Designs from £3 to £100. most Elegant and Tasteful Designs, set wjth Perfeci Gertis. ,;«vrj ri i si n:^. 3 /? ■ % • t' t • •!• i.i**"• ^ -Wii V> HEW EST MO XHEfffiST PIftHOSv FROM THE BEST EHGUSH litt MAKERS. J^^MBjy3'S ]CELEBB»A^^D l5AH(^ always in stock. This maker's Pianos are the [Best Value for Price, Tonej; and Quality ^ i%z'VX/A:/w^,Sp]®ir^ prame, keeping in tuHe for years. These Pianpsiaye l^een sent to distantpas»ts, ^ ; / / : •I'' -' ?: 'x \ '■{ ;i"« hi.-:- ^ fmoijSt. George to great satisfaction;^L ri' **, WR0ii$■ {I. M u;'^S[e: \>u n-:?': PLATED WARE OF THE BEST; QUALITY ANb NEWEST PATTER NS ■; BACE GLASSES FROM THEBEST PARISIAN MAKERS, WITHS1X AND TWELVE LENSES. :;;.V \ STEVTJICLJSS JJV '.QM&ATi?QUALITY. ''L METCOROLQGip^lL, INSTRUMENTS OF'd ! VARIETY, ■i ij&a...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Mendacious Muddle. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

Mendacious Muddle. The Observer is becoming so confoundedly witty, that it is forced to cram its jokes into its corres pondent column. At least, I take it tbat the journal ^ which, in Wednesday's issue, displayed so much superfluous erudition about, the Habeas Corpus Act, which talked stale bunkum about Pym and Hamp den who, it appears to think sat in the Witma gemot (sic) as representatives of the Roman Peobs in their rebellious attitude against England's Eojnan Kings, must have been joking when, in answer to one Gr. F. Haynes, it replied that the "maximum duration of parliaments in England is five years I" and proved it by adding that " the Gr.O.M. came into power in 1885." I have heard that D'Israeli came into power in 1874, and remained there till the GKO.M. supplanted him, and, if so—but this, I suppose, is where the . joke comes in; and, as the merciful man is merciful to his beast, I don't like to. spoil it—the joke, not the beast, by demonstrating it merely a stupid blunder....

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

FROM ? :V ' • We are overstocked witb No. lO FENCING WIRE. of good quality, and offer one Iran. died tons in lots to suit buyers at the very low figure of £1310a. per ton, delivered steamer or railway from Brisbane. All other Bizes in Stock. JUST LANDED,. 10 Tons genuine TWO POINT 'THICK SET BABB WIRE, Demand brisk. - Early orders ' necessary. \. VEHICLE LIST. Califobi^ia. BucKBOABD/Seat Bed extra long, Spring Seat and Footboard. Shafts only; or Pole only*^ '7 r * Piano Bpx EndSpbing Buggy, with Hood, v Dbop Fbont ISnd Spbing Buggy, with Hood. ' : Expbbss WiiGGOMr; Polei Shafts, land Brake. Whitb Chapel Opbn Buggy, End Springs. FabmWaggon, Yankee Style, cwry 3 ton. Bbewstbb Buggy, with' Hood. i :::: Expbbss Waggon, very strong, Pole, Shafts, and Brake, 'High Driving Seat. j Concobd Buggy, with Hood. • WhitB Chapel Buggy> with Hood, Pole, and Shafts. Pare Photon, with Caaiopy Topj. £50. Side Bar Buggy, Varnished Gepj, Pole, and Shafts. Bbewsteb Buggy, Varnished Ge&r, Pole,...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

BEING THE VIRGIN DRIPPINGS FROM THE CHOICEST SELECTIONS OP LIVERS PROMPRESHLY-CAUGHT HEALTHY NORWEGIAN COD OF - THE TRUE SPECIES—GADUS-MORRHtL®. EREPARED upon the coast of Norway with the most scrupulous care by a Skilful Chemist i _wh° has made it a life study to produce from fresh cod livers a PERFECTLY PURE, an<^ TASTELESS OIL Ht the same time preserving its fully-nutritive and therap&utic qualities. This he has noweffected by anew and origiivalicold process. -;The flavour is bo extremely delicate that it may be easily administered to patients who refuse to takoordinary cod-liver oil. DOSE.—Adults: Half to One Tablespoonfal—alone, or in limewater, mills, oofiee, or any agreeable liquid. . The "KEPLER" MALT AND OIL EMULSION is more easily digested, aaicT will be found preferable to patients who object to the oil pure and simple. Pbice in the Colonies, 3s. 6d. and 5s.6d. Peb Bottle. ; Noxfi,—Be careful to see that you get " KEPLER " Cod-Liver Oil. ; ^ SOLD BY ALL...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Hypnotic Item. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

Hypnotic Item. John Jackson was. asked how lie intended to em ploy himself daring' the Xmas and New Year holidays. He replied to his friend Luckber:— " I intendto go to bed and neverget up any more than I ean help." ^ >►. r "That's a; very strange resolve," Said Luckber; "what reason have yon?" rr? .v " I'm determined to have anap-py New Year."

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A Cunning Committee-Man. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

, — . -v; . - A Canning Commi#ee-Man. [From oub own Cobb>®bpo;ni>bnt.] Bt Electbic ^Teliobaph. In the English elections, William E. Gladstone, of course, again put tip for Midlothian. The enthusiastic chairman of one of bis committees went to a canny influential elector -with an a<^^t for jB10, and said, "Mr. M'Whirtle, here is a bilT of' yours, whichi donbtiess, you yrouldlike to see settled. - Now, I detest bribery, but allow me^ to ■ gtate ^h&t this bill wjll be receipted if (alappingthe Grand Old Man on the shotilder) this BiU 13 re-seated." tJavevf The Bills are now settled. " a-'*

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Mick Doonan's Christmas. A GHOST STORY. Written for FIGARO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

Mick Doonan's Christmas. A Q-host Stoby. Written for Figaro. The subject of my present yarn (spirits) is not the forminted article, but the spiritual one—the ghost, if-ye trish it school-boy fashion; an* it is an authsntic re minisence of me own of a Christmas Eve which I once spint (unknowingly, ye can bet yer bottom dollar) in a haunted humpy on old Parkrr's t&ttle station. That Christmas Eve was a soorcher a# oo jnistake. Mirages everywhere but the diril a drop i&fvrtbter, an* the 30 odd miles which I travelled that qfcy, from Charley's creek, is as plain before me now as that sheet of bark wid the liquor on it. There wasn't a blade of green grass to be seen on the whole journey; nothin but parched an'barren flats choke full of spinnefex, wid blake, hungry lookin' ridges between—quite as hungry lookin' as I was feelin' at the time, for I was wallabyin' an' as hard-up as a charity Bermon preached in the middle of Lent. The scarcity of grass dida't trouble me much, ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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HIS RIV'RENCE'S CHRISTMAS DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

HIS RIV'RENCE'S CHEISTMAS DINNER. Father O'Flaherty (On hi* return from Church on Christmas morning). Why. Bridget, then, and what's the me^Nt of this bread and eheese on the table P Where's my dinner P Now, woman, where'b the tnrkey P Bridget (tearfiMy). Oh, yer riv'rence, I jist heard -yer beautiful sarmint ag'in the vice ©f gluttony at Christmas time, and Bays I, wid them swate words just warm in his month, he wouldn't be either ating such a sphlendid dinner, and so, yer riv' rence, I iust put it away— , . Father G'I\ Bridget, woman, did ye ever go to the fair ? Bridget. Why, then, yer riv'rence, whin I was a colleen I never missed it at all, at all. Father O'F. Did ye ever dance there, Bridget P Bridget. Why, thin, yer riv'rence, what else would I go for? Xv coorse I danced. Father O'F. Bridget, did ye ever dance frith the fiddler P Bridget. Why, yer riv'rence is fairly poking fun at me! Sorra a dance the fiddler ever dances. Sure he makes the others dance. Father O'F. Bridget, ...

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THE OLD BACHELOR'S CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

THE OLD:BACHELOR'S CHRISTMAS. This is a reign of canine terror tn Brisbane. Executions : are being carried oat wholesale every day* and there is some chanee of walking the back streets in the future; without having a school of various seized mongrels hanging to ! one's what-dye-call-ems. The extreme penalty of the law is i carried out thus: The dawgs, ; (being first caught, of course), are placed in a corrugated iron room, where they are in utter ^darkness. On one side a trap door is opened at intervals, land the benighted animals, tired of oblivion, rush at it, as j jonedawg. The' trap-door gives ' access to a cage; and the cage, j 'when full of passengers, sinks j by "mechanical means, and finds 'access'to a tank foil of water.' When the police consider 'they •have "done the deed>" the •cage is hoisted by means of a 'Windlass, and the deceased are carted away * to the manure 'depot, and buried. No post mortem is held ; it ie quite un necessary. All concerned know, jwithout any ...

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Fear, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

Fear) Fun, and Fancy. "We've all heard of the raiser millionaire who starved himself to death because he fancied lie was poor, and we've most of us seen the man who is wasting away from a disease he hasn't got. He thinks he has, and that's enough. When the great cholera epidemic rolled over Europe in '58-'9 they tried some queer experiments with some condemned criminals, a happy custom that they have in France. A man sentenced to death was offered life and liberty if he would sleep in a bed on which a cholera patient had died. Of course he took the chance, and vras put into a perfectly clean bedj in a clean room. During the night he got frightened and before morning was dead, after having suffered the usual symptoms of the disease. Take a woman who has been treated by a quack/ or by some cursedly ignorant fellow, who doesn't know cancer from scrofula, but who has managed to worm himself into her confidence. If she is sick again, the best doctor will probably be unable to h!elp her, ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Military and Naval Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

Military and Naval Notes. Officers in command of Defence Force or Volun. teer Companies, and Privates of any corps, are in vited to forward any memoranda of general interest relating to Defence or Volunteer doings, for inser tion in this column. Personal Anecdotes and reminiscences will also be highly acceptable. The Maryborough officers of the Queensland Defence, Volunteer, and Cadet Companies have established an officer's mess, with the object of holding quarterly meetings when matters of common interest may be talked over, and when necessary, joint action taken. The meetings will take the form of mess dinners, to which a limited number of guests may be invited. This will, it is thought, bring the defence force more thoroughly before the public, and induce gentlemen in the town to take a more active interest in defence matters, and by their influence encourage the men of the various companies to give better attention to their duties. The inaugural dinner was held at the Grand Hote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

THEATRE ROYAL. Lessee.., A. ... ... Mb. J. B. Hickie. Sub-lessee and Manager ... Ma. Chablbs Mac Mahoit. CHRISTMAS DRAMATIC SEASON. The Management has the pleasure to announce that he haB made arrangements with the Great Irish Comedian, GEATTAN BIGGS, for his appearance commencing Boxing Night, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, when will be produced the ever-popular American Drama • The Irish ^Detective, in which Gratfcan Eiggs appears in the follow ing Seven Distinct National Characters, which; lias gained for him a world-wide reputation Aethub Tbacey (The"! Detective)- ... ... Haws Sfielmah (A Ger man Glazier) ... Michael Dooian (From the North Country) ... Pop Cobn (An Aged " ..Negro)' ... A Cat (A Chinese Pie Vendor) ... ... ... Mrs. MtrLDOON (An Irish Apple Woman) - . ... Matteo Mazethe (An Italian Padrone) ...j Supported by the StrongesfcDramaticCom pany that has. ever visited Queensland, including MISS MAGGIE OLIVER. Prices of Admission: Dress Circle, 4s.;, Stalls, 3s.; Pit, Is. Box Pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

F.: tifiSSfiMSR & CO George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Have constantly oa exhibition a Large and Well-assorted Stock of *<; BREECH AND MUZZLE-LOADINC FIREARMS, SPORTING TACKLE, AND AMMUNITION. I ? Stock of these Goods is the largest in the colony, and is procured from the leftding English; 'American, and ContiiiS'itiV ]kj»ufactorie3. The assortment embraces all the: « latest American Novelties, as well as the newest styles and patterns from England. The Goods are of all qualities and pricjs, and suited to t!ie means of every purchaser, .hucli weapon is guaranteed proof. Prices and Particulars, with Illustrations, sent Post Free on application. As AGENTS in NEW SOUTH WALES for W. W, GBEENEB, we are prepared to execute orders from stock for all qualities of his CHOKE-BO EES, either in or out of; exser. For excellence of workmanship and superiority of finish, these Guns (although much cheaper) are quite equal to the productions of the highest class London maker...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

.Betonifu. e ,391 W f _____ EX STEAMSHIP .HQITIHUMMA OH A .SJKfeT ^HtTiiQ-fg MmmFiimU UH A H333KU 181 PACKAGES. •.i ■ • ■: ' >■■': /< ■ <\ ■ . :1 A: i; ■'.<! V> ' ■' ■' 'i>' n ■ s - •' ■/' NOW READY FOR INSPECTION. v/;r THE ABOVE MAKE 1,270 PACKAGES OF SKW GOODS Aii'RKAOY TO HAND FOB THIS SEASON. 1 ?j. n i 1 >v U^dUO-Oh''. 3' THE CREAM OF THE FASHIONS. ; :■! ■ J i'• 1< 1 wmi) Jfif .W • « Vv .♦if r.' Toys and Fancy Goods en NOW MARKED OFF A i !>F,QJg f.fcjfc&ftB c % i&M 169 PACKAGES TOYS, FAN^i. MM Visit our New Toyware Rooms, specially prepared for the Largest and Finest. Assortment of abpye .gop<k , $yerv:^]b$i^i& ,Qt^nsliancL t; all selected tdireeKiroin tlU^in&kers*' ©ufc.^wfi Urayi^s infJthe ,6 .. . . icap, and Eastern, nijarlrets, combining the useful, * amusing, and edifying, to suit all tastes and * FINNEY, ISLES & CO. .h yi fan AO 3W3Vi f^W)! We solicit inspection of...

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How a Pin Did It. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

How a Pin Did It. 1. Now it came, to pass, in the^ days when the^ . children of the city of Gotham had set up' tW god dess of fashion in all the high places, that there dwelt a maiden who sojourned with her mamma iq a pleasant thoroughfare of the town. ) 2, Aid the nam6 of the Maiden T^as . Eliza Jones, and she was passing fair; albeit her figure lacked the roundness then in vogue, and somewhat marred the symmetry of her person. 3. And the maiden was sore vexed and; grieved in spirit, and would have gnashed her teeth if they had not been too good to gnash. . 4. And she arose one day and said to her mamma: <c Lo ! I am a fright. Men will not look at me. I have been in society two seasons, and no one has offered to take me as his wife. "It is because I have no figure. Boo-hoo! Boo-hoo 5. And she wept all day, and her nose became grievous red, and behold! she could4 not be com forted. . 6. Then her mother,: who was plump and cotnely, arose in her turn and gathered around her...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

BERKLEY, TAYLOR & CO., BBISBAFB, IMPORTERS OF DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, AND PERFUMERY, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUNDRIES, Soda Water and Cordial Manufacturers', Soapmakers', and Dyers' Goods. Proprietors and Manufacturers o£ BERKLEY'S FEVER AND AGUE GURE, DR. RUMSEY'S SARSAPARILLA, and TAYLOR'S QUININE STILL CHAMPAGNE. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR QUEENSLAND FOR— Barry's Tricopherous and other Preparations Clarke's Blood Mi xtore and B41 Pills Day, Son, & Hewitts Cattle Medicines Dinneford's Fluid Magnesia Farina's Eau de Cologne Goodall's Yorkshire Relish Grimault & Co.'s Preparations Glacialine, for Preserving Meat, Milk, &c., in hot James's Horse Blister [weather Norton's Camomile Pills Perry's Liver Pad Rowland's Macassar Oil, and other Specialities IN STOCK AND TO LAND Rossetter's Hair Restorer Renter's Life Syrup and Healing Soap Steedman's Soothing Powders Swmborne's gelatine and Isinglass Br. Collis Brown's 'Chlorodyne Dr. Brighfs Phosphodyne HULLE'S ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

The Gold Medal of the New Zealand Exhibition and the. Silver Medal of the Perth Exhibition were awarded to Washington H. Soul, of Pitt Street, FOB HIS AUSTRALIAN RELISH. Possessing the most delicious flavour for Fish, Game, Wild Fowl{ Curries, Gravies, Cutlets, Steaks, Chops, and Boast Meats, Patronised by His Excellency the Governor and Lady Robinson♦ PRICE ONE SHILMHC. \ THE following Extracts havebeen selected from fetters received to this datel and the ftaiitifactarer respectfully solicits the patronage of the genera, public of the Australian Colonies:-— From his Excellency the Governor and Lady [Robinson:—"1 am directed by Ms ExceUen^ the Governor and Lady Eobinson to return you many thanks for your kind present of six bottles of Australian Relish, and I am further directed to say that they Consider it most excellent. They intend to use it regularly at Government House, and to recommend it to others." From T. SfMoJrt, Esq.:—" I like your Australian Relish much, for whilst it is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 26 December 1885

A CERTAIN CURE FOB EVERY SICK PERSON! Router's Life Syrup The great medicine discovered by old None Bert-. rand, represented above, giving it away free to the poor, wno need to come from far and near in crowds to her house, each one striving to get a supply. It Purges the Bowels. It Purifies the Blood. It Invigorates the liver. It Heals the Kidneys. It Strengthens the Stomach. It Soothes and Steadies the Herns* Delicious to the Taste and Smell. The Homoeopathic doctors recommend it. The Uopathic doctors endoitte it highly. Not Allopathtcdt „ x like It before. It is working wonderful cures. Purely vegetable, «nd safe for oloaad young. BARRY'S PAIN RELIEF (Is for Use both TntemaUy and ISxternaMy.) Cares the most excruciating pain, and allays in flammation, in from one to fifteen minutes. It is also equally active in rapidly healing cuts, bruises, sprains, scalds, burns, stings, bites and punctures, will afford instant relief to the rheumatic,jthe bed ridden, the infirm, the crippled, ...

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