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The Joker Out-joked. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

The Joker Out-joked. Some jovial Ipswich boys have been having " larx." A number of cronies had a social evening together on the night of Thursday, July 30th. Next day, two of the principal of these festive /wights* whom I will designate as Jim and J6e,,went, with a friend* to See; how another of the crowd, whom I nvill call Micky had survived the nigbt. During their journey thither, the -trio concocted what they, deemed ,a brilliant practical joke, by which they should after wards have a big laugh at Mick's expense. After the "top uv the marning " preliminaries, Jim said~ " Mick, we 're going to have a ball to-morrpw night, and expect you to join in. Ante up your; sub^ scription, old man ; it 's only 7s." j Now, Mick is always ready to tear his shirt for a; bit of a " hop/* and so he planked down the required silver. Thejo&fig&iio inim^iai^^tirtd|t<) "wet the other eye.*' Later on, Mick became reminded of the fact that tbe day was Friday, and that, there ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Real Live Lord. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

A EealsLlve ftord. ske $£§ (^^ssir^hemsjfes -titlcsSof4i; r§af"li^Lorav whom~%i wfedotn, the British Ciifoiriet > has ? selected* to 'play the figure head in their midst. T-hie r-eal live Lord is a stickler .foysall t|i^ dignities; and p|i$il£g$&.tha:t ,apj)ertai^jto' the proiid posses^or^pf.^erpleah gore. • jfo -is a fashionable man, isJthe real live Lord. He is, inore overampreciative of luloifet^n ^tiich hap.«verj;|h^%^tJ4^ Parliament wills. He intends to maintain the pomp ,that sbpMld ^nshroupL f|6m . .j^ze^fs wond- r 't&aij Jowfer.'-.. >'■'c"J*->i• . -vli. „ SoJhigje&l live Lofd^wlirhaje cl retinue, and the EieSifeipld *vriW8-tftb%gAhQ^3t(i||f8t<0a|g Governor, and the New_J5o.utb_ Wales Government is • oT a.! UL S Perhaps theyre afraid he won t come. Only fan<?y-! what 4' de&th-iblow to 'the. prosperity lof the colony if he shouldn't JWhat-a wail of agony YX>iild ;go u^fi^^ith^Xpe^ple ^h&\3ufcjt ache pt^y...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

^pANSCONTINENTAT. HOTEL, (opposite the Railway Statwn, Brisbane,) F. SIMONSON, (late Roma and Mitchell) "BropnS^r.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Another Cabby gone Wrong. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

Wtong. b^ciblrilii<|Sflbloated cabman. i 1thaft) ^hen*'f€^oiVvWft8;Stone 4U^¥&^&tl6'dfr wW ;toc Jf&fce1 jtbelHat' roujiii amongst ,fai$ r!t$§n4P; ^atise enough money to buy a '* • horseiuwlt £4].down for? a ^ali-'ti -'tfafe license; "it the enH of the year, he w4s bound to be a miii^^p.^.E4p^§d^jjqGjpld swear fluently, had c ^^tiGJi that jWouldf^ftllop ifce h^ndsround the dial at the double^Uieki;y^d; could cheat] the avfefagd1 pas8enger; iout;pf dpublefare etery time. I was stone-broke. So I passed round the bat, boughtaeheapmoke,! and a sbandredban that was-a? ' woW^betwleien* '& pwatribulatpf';Sin/l jgo-cart. This unhandspine trupkjwas sarcastjcaily styled a hansom. Then I paid down <£4 and got my license. Mmv* Spaing Jehp, :fts ^ou: a& &iiy!know, My cab, apd. hprse and.lippnse, too, Were comme il /fjjj&idjt.b USA' I I reaily nev^r learped rtp ih^d .the reins at all, ii Mf"^6ke^c6bld tieter get beyond $...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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QUEENS HOTEL, CHARLOTTE AND FERNEOUGH STREETS, COOKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

QUEENS HOTEL, CHARLOTTE AND FERNEOUGrH STREETS, COOKTOWK Superior Accomodation. G-ood Stabling. Best Brands of "Wines and Samula Boom for Travellers. Billiards. •JAMES JACKSOl^ Peopbietob.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

arm H. HErND0RFi\ mtUvvtm m:mtm -J' bW v%.:t -j \ 'tlsVi Ytf# V < r i* ;■ i A^BEEjT^STBEEI^ BRISBANE. - 'H; v.-i> ijXi. I 'f.-vV.-'" E'tf TS- .FO R T H E FB/jE SS" ■ ■'«>B--2S"■ i^noa ! "1-: i--: j .;/.■< vj j4^-{4 %-fAa ':'iH rfrudw H.-vHaV " *i ' » ' . * « < t p ti U;-,.E vn,/~ f . .-.hiwvi , <-.t .■ V •i. ; ...'^V,. -i\ V/.'""'. ■''"V T'-w niMs^iie^^boas^ r.'i'i ,v,'>7"j:.fr' ^VjJilJil.. .. .,,,. . • pw i*yU' i:'^>Ctiiii'hiSs'!<l (y-.t! '7 ' i'l WO Kf ssitsuiiiMMrif '/fifth ravo jt'.-v.-it:-. ynr,!'"&? rv -j. ^■■ ■ ■"•■- ^ '■ -•■;vi.^■ ■'*•-■ LiT% (r. ti? {\i-iti-.U JOtf Sri i t' i/.' -'1u .fyr Lf'Hf'Oiti ii'f.hfS'! tini ij.. t ^ ■ ■' 'A' *** ,tli'i:'" '::L ;'i ■" t'$ |-J '■ ^ /' i ■' -> ->■ - = j(t ... _ i J0ato^w^revr ^2. Tools aad'Matenals; ^ v ^;,n 'Ml •■■.: /: .Ci j r »<.? 'if.'ob ■ :, W ,.^*.\ - •. :j r ••/if V J .if ; M'itJ,* i t, 5^y :-..'/i« J #»'i "til at ^U| will „>..,•f Lirn...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Australian Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

Australian Federation. The^ableRfiaS flashed iis the newkthjLt the Federal Council of Australasia Bill—mo^e cotnmonly styled ; atitonfrsi usEthe " fkistralian ^Enabling^ Bill or, snU.bo|re||)rlefly, the £ :Bill.**■-11 finaUyapaspi throughthe House pfsCotpnonson "Au gust 5tti7and has now received line Qtilen"s Assent. I think that very few people really understand what this Enabling Bill is. it. If I make this expl^n^i|i| |6&ejrl|t|i|n|;<^, |y shall, at any rate; makte ^myself clearly uh^rstoba, for I shall try and describe it in the plainest And, simplest words l know. .Vl/!., * First of all, it is not a Bill for Imperial Federation, i It is not even a Bill for Australasian Federation in any solid fortt). j It is simply &•' 8]^^iii%^ih^e7ttiie stepping-stone—to both of these schemes. To trace the direct history of this Bill, I must go right back to the last days <of the Government of Sir Thomas M'Dwraith. There is not a reader of .Figa-bo-—there...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

(LATE T. GREAVES*) 0 PP 0 S IT E - T own r M A11. THE BEST BRANDS IN W£firi23 AND iblEITSJViWAtS ON H^I).; \ ■ EXCSU.KNT ACCOMMtUTIOlt. s Fi3tk*-CtASB LtmcBSOK P^OM I O*CfcOCK DAIIT. ' ' ■ ■■ ———ttlt" ' ' ' " HEBMANN VOGES, Proprietor. SCHOCH, BRUGGMANN, AND CO., GENERAL IMPORTERS AND AGENTS, PARIS, MELBOURNE, AND SYDNEY. BBKBANE, 110 ELLZABETH-STBEET. Sole Agents for:—Geo. ltalaiid' & Cd."e Brandies; E. Meicier & Co.'s Champagnes.* , r'r->-. - iinrx£T£D rimBs «. - .. - £2£50,0b0. LOCJkli 30ASd: ~ ^ " , .^y'V" BOT3D D. MOfcEHEi-P, Esq,, -M.L.A., CHAjfckii*: |/! J JOHN CAMSSEOIS^ EfiQ.i J.P. I JOHN SlffCLlIB, Es*., J.P. !■: AT LOWESTRATB^ Bankers*—The Queensland TS.ational Baj*x, Limited. Solicitora—Messis. Daiy & Hmilkjab. y Consulting Architect--*!?. D. GvStfAkiiSYi Esq. PaiNctiPAL OtFiCKs-- ; '.<• 212 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. (One Door from Corner of Eagle Street.) / EDWARD SAYCB, a«»d> C7nc^r*tor»^er« " Kepler" Cod-tiv^r Oil; witftof Malt f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

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Military and Naval Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

Officers in command of Defence Force or Volun teer Companies* and Privates of any corps, ate in vited to forward aiiymemoranda of general interest relating to Defence or Volunteer doings, for inser tion in this column. Personal Anecdotes and reminiscences will also be highly acceptable. Don't go and be a soldier in ^Defence Act's latest sense, ■ For it will only bring you many briny tears : ; For British; Tommy.Atkins now will take the precedence, Before the very best of Queensland's volunteers. 'Chobus. If you would join the ariny and a soldier you would be, A corporal, or a sergeant, or an A.D.C., A captain, or a colonel, or a sometMoe-elae, you'll see, • Unless you are a Britisher, you're O.U.T. Macfarlane gave his services up to the Queensland nation, v But young Des Ytettx grasped at the regimental rein, So Mac. resigned; his corps is filled with mortified sensa .sation, If we except the meek submissive Captain Pain. Chobits.—If you would, &c." For Pain. nesv blushing h...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

To Correspondents. J4 / "Dan Gaetht'—First-rate yarn, old man; "imftny thauks^ Send Along items whenever you drop across: anything worth Ogling- over. "Caibns Gobeespowdekt."—The coligraphy receded is lovely as a -work of art, but the locust ..who wrote outpour memB, > for you is evidently not a Blug-Ribbonite. .Every proper riameis an improper mystery/- >*: ^>4*' " (1) 8t. JPatrick's T)ay -is a public holiday -in Queensland;. This,i&f ^course, includes a bank; holiday. (2) I-. really don't kniow^hat,it»^ake of vjbhe^iuestioh M put. the hu8band:|^iiied irira&Bgkhd nq^will could:-be found;what wag dojae j^ith the e&tate P It' wbuld hawto; pass tlirotighthe Curatoorof IiitesiAteBstat^-pffice.aidoe divided according A;#Ul - catf be^ proved at any time, if found. If yqtf$fn provS that a lawyer had it kna now has it not, you can $ause him heaps of trouble. - You must" confide in some reputable lawyer." If there is .pro pertyjrhich belonged to the husband,...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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St. Leon's Circus and Menagerie. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

St. Leon's Circus and Menagerie • i).' i; St. Leon's Circus and Menagerie opened on Wed- . iiesday evening, the large tent being literally cram med, notwithstanding1 the many counter attractions, process to the Oireus proper is gained through the, pienagerie, which contains two fine specimens of thG fBengal tiger, a black .tiger, cheetah, Russian and Borneo bears, and a number of smaller animals. The Circu b horses are well j trained and; intelligent .^ animals, particularly the brown entite^ ^ Emperoi^ ^iis St. Leon drove the seven bare-backed steeds in . masterly style. The plucky little Gus went through Mhis' performance on his. two pet ponies, and was toiuch applauded, although there wks soirte appre 3fefi&icin on the part of many of the spectators that jtlie "dear little thing" would be hurt. But he Wasn't. One of . the features of the performance was the balancing on the slack . wire by a, Japanese performer, who partially undressed arid dressed himself ^hile swayirig ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

The Paper has now been: Permanently Enlarged to 40 Pages. Terms of sul>ftcription,£l per annum paid ' in advance ; single cppies,6d. each*."'/ In order to Secure inisertionin theeurrent week, i$ is essential that all kewis stonld . reach Figaro Office on Monday and as much earlier as possible. Notices of jail intei*est^; 'ring Social £v^^.^(^ope^ly authenticated ; hy the name and address ofthe writer) will V., belinserted. , > ^" ', . ( : Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co,, Ltd. ; ; (Fire, Hariiie, Fideli^ G^ar^tee, Plate Glass, and j AccidcDiti) , Principal Office: COLLINS-ST. WEST, MELBOURNE. Rinlrn nf every description insured at the lowest xates. J. C. HASSAIjIi, Resident Secretary for Queensland Offices: EA.GLE-ST., BEISBANE, Opposite Messrs. D. L. Brown & Coii '

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Edouard Remenyi. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

£dc»nard Remenyi. Edouard Bemenyi, who is styled the "King of Violinists,?' -will open at the. Town Hall* this Saturday evening, August 22nd. Eemenyi comes to us with freshly-gafchered laurelfl from South, and is supported by a goodconcert Company, including Miss Hattie B. Downing (soprano), Rudolph Himruer (tenor), and Isidore Luelratpne (solo 'pianist). Remenyi is under the 'stod Allig^ruv^' -Pollard's Music Warehouse. -

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Queensland Figaro "Fear God; Speak evil of none; Stick to the Truth; and never be done." BRISBANE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1885. The Brisbane Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

" Fear God ; Speak evil of none; . ft Stick to the Truth ; and never be done." BRISBANE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 22,1885. The Brisbane Exhibition. Thevtenth annual Exhibition ; of the National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queens viand, :was officially "opened by his Excellency, Sir . Anthony Musgrave, on Wednesday, though the yirtual commencement may be dated M>mTuesday, ; which was the judging day . The Exhibition . was opened to the public at noon, on Wednesday, and was continued open during Thursday and Friday, being daily crowded. During the week, the town has been full of country cousins and visitors from kU parts of Queensland, together with a considerable contingent from the Southern Colonies. It-; is estimated that 22,800 persons visited! the Exhibition) Grounds ,at Bowen Park, arid,, up to Wednesday, night, the takings on that date amounting to £1142. . ,'v^ ' -j Ms^Ponor, Mr. Justice Mem, Prefiident.of, the; Association formally invited HwExeenencytb declare the ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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"Brimstone Bill." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

h^f-% BrinistoiieBill." ■» Johnstone was his proper name, i t r , . MNorthern stoc^imhej v i.! > 7 ■- •■■■-':■-■•■■■ ■■'•■ And noted, where he went and came, ; i!"> i" Forgreat pvp-fan-i-tee. And, thus, because strange oaths his mouth, \i .:r.'3. ;;J;.v::'.i -V-; A pious New Chute, from the South, : < , T , Nicknamed ;him " Brimstone Bill." This New Chum once his saddle crossed, ,■? .■ s-; And, in the New Chum style, He missed his way, got bushed and lost, And wandered many a mile. The Boss at once sent Brimstone Bill, With orders, strict and plain, Not to give up the seircV, uiitii . The. lad was found again. 1 Three weary days, upon the track, ... ^ The stockman struggled on, And did not dream of turning back, Until hib task Was done. At last, in lonesome desert west, ; On some dry water-cours«, * : He foundithe objept of tus |[ufest, J- r Beside his perished'horde. • ' : The water-bag unto his mouth, i i Bill Brimstone did apply j" Mat thirsty New Chum from the S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

£< > tsj »' S"6® 0 JO as 6c® • K3W •gS:. *tr .•aS ■' §3l |3«" it? »§ c>ss *© « h H » #» o ej : 4) ••"*. *2 © w o <t)tt) JJft. Ill ' b2' J|s J54 Son {G*S: g3S i*t ® ^.® ®H M' »< . «' swr §£*?! 0> a> CPgS fe«3 N-v^

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

v;*sP-'13£v #•: :«loBBiiAinfA8T,KoMiir« is an old saying, but those who tanpotmaliefi heartynjornjng meal »ill Cocoa aPorg)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 22 August 1885

< HENBT Ii. I>AVI&& Oo.'s Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Gold Albert Chains, Kings, Lockets, Stude, &c. 4 HENItiF L. DAVIS & Go.'s for Indies' Fine Gold Brooohes, Earrings, Bracelets, Necklets, and Lockets'

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