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Queensland Figaro "Fear God; Speak evil of none; Stick to the Truth; and never be done." BRISBANE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1885. HOW WE ARE GOVERNED. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

"Fear liod; Speak evil of none ; Stick to the Truth j and never be done." BRISBANE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15,1885. ! HOW WE ARL GOVERNED. Wednesday, August 5th. The Ministers ^and office .fearers of the Presbyter Ian Church came to the front to-day with a petition against the barmaids; and M'llwraith wanted a list of all aliens naturalized during'the past five years. J^his arid other important business being settled'tlie. .. Debate of the Season took place- oil reconsideration in committee"of the Crown Lands Act of 1884 Amendment Bill. Button let in theliomesteader/whp hadseveraVpieceB of land not aggregating more than 160 acres, to the opera-v tion of the clauise refunding anything paid over 2/6 per acre, and, thereupon, the Opposition wanted every selector to have the privilege of taking up 160 acres at the same price. In the debate that ensued' Duitton made a cowardly and scandalous attack on his old enemy, the member for Balonnej in that gentleman's absence; by charging, that members...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Amce. He and I were snugly sitting Where the dancers were not flitting, Of my blushes quite unwitting, . Said he, " Sweet Alice, marry me." Edith. I. too. found a swain enamoured ; When the miuric loudly clamoured, Said he, " As that drum is hammered,' . Dear Edith, heats this heart for thee I". Down the staircase we were trippings Just to keep my feet from slipping His strong arm my waist was gripping. " For ever, darling," whispered lip. All embrace, with congratulatory fosses. Let me now with earnest feeling Dry those tears of joy down stealing,. In sweetest tones I am revealing * My lover's name was Basil Lee"! Tableau.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

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Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

CADBURY'S COCOA ?m Ifind Cadbury's Ooooa ftJ^IW§# 8&fi»$d 35ev§F»ff§^eo?»fpi^iBg, eshUeyating, and sustaining.!

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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HOW TO SWEAR OFF AND YET MAKE HOME HAPPY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

HOW TO SWEAR OFF AND YET MAKE HOME HAPPY. Our* friend S Viper solved the problem by means oft his clever toy; which makes him feel happy and comfortable, and revived j . tender memories of the good old days. %

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

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Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

James Matchett was charged, at the Charters Towers Police Court, with riding on the buffer of a railway carriage, and with assaulting a guard, GK W. Cranston, who undertook to dislodge him. For the two offences, he was fined «£5, or two months' in Townsyille gaol. Post and Telegraph Department Brisbane, 6th August, 1885.: ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH New Line along ;. Central RailwayExtension from Jericho to - intersection with present, Blaekall-Axamac Line, and 'Additional Wire thence into a ■ Blackall. 1 TENDERS will he received at the office i of the Superintendent of Electic Tele graphs, Brisbane, until Noon on SATURDAY, ]• the 12th day of September next, from persons ;I desirous of contracting for the supply of all material except wire, insulators, brackets, and ; screws, and for all workmanship necessary for. the abovementioned telegraph work, according to. the terms, general conditions, and specifl* cations published in Government Gazette of sat URDAY, 8th August, 1885. - Tender forms,...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

GhiO&DiE Simpson, of Townsviile, the man wi* the wee body and muckle ambitions, has published an Address to the electors informing them of his candida ture for a seat in the House. 0eordie says^he's tfye Father of Separation, but it, hasn't quifce tis^spiiifd yet that that offering is in existence. V.'.' +.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

W -A. Xt 1L LA W I N E. , AWABDED A PEIZE MEDAL ' , CEETIFICATE OF MERIT A T the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 1876, also, Honorable; Mention lit the Paris il Exhibition of 1878, and First Prize (Meaal) at the Sydney . International Exhibition 1879-80, IRWIN BROS., WiJIIIIA VIUETAilJ), IPS.VItJH. . BEjEiNRICBlSON, COACH & MMY BUILDER, ADDRESS H, HENRICKSON, i BBISBANE-STEEET, IPSWICH, : (OppQ^te JS^t lpswich State School.) :?• AVOCA. HOTEL, • i COHNRE OF I>EI€HHAIiDT AND W1IAKF STliEETS, BKISBANE. JAMES McCANN, late of the Varieties Hotel, Oyaapie,.and. the Shamrock Hotel, Valley, toegs to anftounbe that lie haB taken the above %eU-lmovra.Hbtel. ' J. The Lessee would respectfully intimate that from • ftis long experience in Hotel Business, , that lie is well able to : guoge tirewants of his patrons to their entire satisfaction. The com forts .of home will be provided, while the cellars will be kept replete with the choicest brands o liquors only. ' a X> O B £1 EC...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Hop Bitters lias restored to sobriety and health perfect wrecks from intemperance. Peruse all

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Turf Gossip. [BY THE PIPER.] Amended Calendar of Races to Come. August. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Turf Gossip. [br The Piper.] Amended Calendaxvof Races to Come. svir-y. : ■ August. 4 Jericho E C. > 24,25 WarwickT.O. (Parade) • ... ... „. 27 September* Goodna (Ipsmob) . ... 1 . Cloncurry J.C; ... 2, 3 Wild Eiver J.G 2,3 Gjrapie T.C., First Spring ... ... 9,10 : Hawkesbury E.O. .... ... ... .... 10,12 A.J.C. Springi Sandwich , ... ...19,22, 24,26 CooktownT.C. ... ... ... 22,23 October. V-A.T:C Caulfield ... 10,17 Gatton, Stanley T.C. ... :. 29 T.B.C.Flemington, First Day ... * ... 31 ■' ^NOVEMBER. V.E.C. Flemiiigtos "V.. ... ... ... 3,5,7 Q.T.C. Brisbane... 7,9 . E.J.Q. Bockhamptoii, Spring ... : ... 24,25 - December. Tatter sals Club, Brisbane ... ... ... 9,10 At the late northern meeting at—say Timbuctoo, ' there was a lot of dirty work done, if not exposed. Lazy Maid was favourite, at short odds, for the Maiden, but San Francisco's owner fancied: his horse' had a "show," and backed him pretty freely with the " books," so that they stood to lose a good cheque, if anything we...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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A Shipping Point. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

A Shipping Point, A man called at my office the other day with a steainboat grievanQe, which lie wants me to venti late, as an example and warning to other persons who may be similjarly situated at any time. It was all about a lost , portmanteau. The man had: left a portmanteau up at Townsville, in the charge of a friend. Settling down in Brisbane, he wrote lip to his friend to forward the said portmanteau. By an early mail, he received the freight-note of the sauie, and an intimation that It bad heen forwarded by a certain boat belonging to the A.S.N. Co. But, on applying at the A.S.'N. Co.'s office, the portmanteau could not be found. He -was told that it had pro ;bably gfot astray in .some/of the officers* quarters, and would, doubtless, turn up.* ; Accordingly, he gave the A.SJN. Co. three*'months during which to find it. The Company failed to trace it; Then he was asked if he had had the^porthianteiau and con tents valued at TownsyilleV and the amotint of their value set down i...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

? '')K V'.i, . ' •.. ' V'» ji.'i '; fWfrfltv-bn V*Jilj . *tns-.c.i W< >.;;•• VuM £'."•»/. y,.>r • i di,■ . ^GENERAL. IMPORTERS . AND AGENTS, r:!; ^-s '•** YS61iev Agents for':~*&e<>. ITuriaftcT &! do/s;Braiidie's; E. Tttercier" & Cd.V ? -.u v.uv;-' • •/:' ",rhu^_ : :H,.-l £Jr"--]:'"-5" 'r;" LOCAL BOASD: V';/ ';'■■■' ;BOYD D. M^BiEHEiA:Di j '• FIRE AM jp?$(£ -^^^pQJ^np^AT, LOWEST RATES. r. .• • : inspector,for Queensland-r^!.,^jV: I^itnihdi!, J JP. : ,;;aiC A • : : BaOlkOrS^—Tfit! QUEBNSlJatfDN&TiON^ ' ' "' ,!v.X : ; I i. ^ } Consulting i^Mteetr^'.iD'i G. Standby, Esq; .^*J:-c-^. ^;y i 'r] '■'. [""■ 7t v.; ^ -' '( ,' ,.■/' ' ^(6nel>Mr^m (3^^d£ Eagle Street.). ;"; "',, LJ .*"i "Ji i'.1 □E v- it >?.• li-ix 0 o'* J j /i PBBE AND PALA.TABLE -«i BEING THE VJBGIN DKIPPINGS rSpM THE CHOICEST SELECTIONS OP ; LIYEBS rBOM F^8HiY-C4TTGHT HEALTHY NOBWEGIAN COD OF VP * l;i *!?•".;» "DBEPABED upon the coast of Norway,with the mos...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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The Admiral and the Rooshians. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

There istownship which derives its name ftoin L-..'i-":':-.:;- ■::* :' And now and then a fanions lumindry :visit's it;, . And .when he does, the residents air gather in a : clump, ,.T. . . „ Bound hi? hotel, to hear rtlie veteran speak from the stunip." '' "V-. ■i > The pedple have; ;a legend, all dqwn to .the veriest. /;t<juarrier,'Tv ;-.rs?i" :U-} t r. Thatrihistisatoe (luminary's been a hoary* ancient 7...; warrior?....,.- .,•••• :■ -:;s A rare.fceanlog, infact, who's shone in many a naval fight, • - .'..V U-'X i A commodore, or captain, or, at least, a midshipmite^ Now, recently, when Queensland heard the mutter ingsof war, Th' afo^eSaid tbwn was visited by this sea-dog of yb'rej'?'/i '*v r. /' ' And M washeard;to mutter low about the Andalu "7 'sianb, ; And " darn" the French, and Prussians " blow," and , hanker for the, Rooshians 1. „ . j And warlike news brought on with him the ancient | •warHke spa«m» / , And ifc w^ts seen -Ke got full tip on <vold ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Midgley on the Rant. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Midgley on the Bant. When the Elections Bill was in Committee of the I House of Assembly the other; day, and clause 7, dealing with the disqualification of Certain members of the community, was under consideration,JMMgley, the Member for Fassifern, opposed the enfranchise ment of members of the Police Force. Hansard thus reports the conclusion of Midgley's speech :— " He should oppose the Amendment [the proposed enfranchisement of the Defence Force and of the Police Force], because he thought it was going entirely in a wrong direction j and the reason was that there would have to be a very material- altera tion in the constitution of the Police Force, both from a national and sectarian point of view, before he would consent to having the franchise given to them." " ftatiotml and sectarian !" So that's your objec tion, is it, Methodistical Midgley ? Where did you spring; your narrow mmd ? What have a man's nationality and creed to do with his right to the franchise ? I know the argum...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Lines written on the Rovers' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Lines written on the Rovers' Ball. Arise, my muse, inspire me with thy lore, The ladies ever, here's to them once more ; Fill up the goblets, shout the loud " hurrahs," Here's to the maidens minus their mammas. From far and wide they're welcome, one and all— The old, the young, the little, and the tall; To grace the ball-room with a thousand charms, And lure young mashers to their godlike arms. Toss up tbe shilling, now the game's begun, The night's advancing, sleep comes with the sun Play on, ye Rovers, keep the game in hand, Te ladies also, make a hard-fought stand; Keep well in hounds, nor flirt rbeyond control, The modest play will win the surest goal j The goals are husbands> therefore, by good play, Cry out jonr marks e'er night breaks into day. No shepherding, that's mean, unfair, and slow, It looks like spite and jealousy, you know, Each has a chance in this long game of life; Then, why disgrace it with unseemly strife; On with the game., nor stoop to rivalry,*— Strife fl...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Don't use stimulants—but nature's brain and nerve food-* Hop Bitters. See

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

MESSRS. DUNN & JOHNSON'S Central Auction Mart, Queen-street, Brisbane.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

..rxrnc'.'. 7',". ^_r: ■tf >.li".:- ! ■■ "'■.""■V *'- *7 * -'"* 0 $$•$?&}$?' '' '*"■'■ :' " ■ '' '' ^ 1 f ■ >,"-(/ ■ -v v- ■ i- >' I . f ', <r ">" '■ INSTOANC^'1"^-''1-'''^ ''";'1 ' ' " . AND ■ ■' _ COMMISSION.|k!0gT%||| i[v ~r, Sydney, 5^i8b^e,t ^o^mtop,.v Tpw7iBvill]B, r Charters . Thxtrsday> Island, yPojrt. Mirasby,1 jGsrald- ■, ton,3^6arUiarf£iW,;S:i&:i;!Lotidon,'-:-'> . - i-i'i'i'- J. V:"*.'"Vil0 '. "> > i '' ' ' >'i 1 rU ■'■ ■• > I- ;;uv-''jg':; i'.< .Im"'1!j^'?'"j tub"' imhtlw'-'j L «■»:»•£ •«» .= . " -'Hli' I V'ii. '-.VI ;,-;vV.U ..,,{{. Besides k&jpiiig a'Lw^andVVaried Asfcort-' meat of •^.w . ^ ' r ' ' ' GE&ERAI, MERCHANDISE -> ;t .-a STATION REQUIREMENTS ALWAYS IIP BTOGE,, n<•: AGENTS eFQB (T^B? UNDEEMENTIO^SJD, j '.'-is- TD^NBtlELE;_''• ColoniaKSugar JRefiiiiriir Co.i Herljert iRiveri ; M'Ilwrai^iM*Eacli«rii,>&-Oo.i London-:i .• ■ , Gibb, Livingstone 4 Go., Hongko...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 15 August 1885

Football. By Wabrigaii. .The final arrangements* for the:' reception, and entertainment of the N.S.W-. visitors are now com plete. The ^eam wiU arrive here on " Monday after noon per the Barrabool/on whose arriy^ t hope to gee a large number of onr. tnet^ppliitan1 footballers. The formal reception will ^akelplace at Loiigreach shortly afterwards; when the usual and customary toasts a^d spe^e^es will bie indulged in. The order of matches is as follows :—a>gainst Queensland on "Wednesday, 19th (Exhibition Bay); againstCombined Juhiors .(?') on Thursday, 20th; against Wallaroos on Saturday. 22nd; against Combined Wanderers, Pirieflies, and "Wasps, on Tuesday, 25th j and final Intercoldnialion Saturday,'29th. ; J The following are the names of the New South Wales team ? Back — Tiley j halfrbacks—Creer, Lloyd, and JRobberde $ quarter-back^-—Harris, Doyle, - and Flynh; forwards—^Warren, Walters, O'Donnell, Ford, H. Ford, Graham, Smith, and C. Smith. The names of C. Cameron and F. Ogg a...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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