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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

Tfpmus of Silbsorjiptioa.-^ l>er annum, paid in ad-> van&fe Tsiiigle copies fid.'eacli. Forwarded, post free, to any part of the Colonies.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

, .-."I hope I don't intrude/' I met a very weedy youth, (What fate made me him fish up ?) ^ v /, Who said—" Why don?t you tell the truth, When Personals, you dish til> ?'* I answered, " Listen, weedy youth, •' Thou blot beneath the sun; My Personals all aren't solid truth, . They're brimful; though, of-fun/* J ^^^aydfflSdingto'^s^r^ua, ]^^t(ithtoMBe distils it '* A PersonalIs litre a poem, . More truth thiui ' poetry * kills it I" So let-me still, on Personal Lines, cast a scribbling plan ; And, if you can't balieve it all, .1 .'{■ Believe the parts you can. Oi® George Hadley has token the Royal Hotel at Beauaraba, Hebashisown brewery in full swing, turns out a very nice light beer, and is, apparently, doing exceedingly well, judging by the amount that is sold in the immediate neighbourhood. Towns within supplying distance couldn't do better than give a trial order for some of this Hadley beer. This being written, enter B6ss; He reads, and asks in tone that cubt is meant, Why id...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Secret Service. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

Secret Service. A man named John Fanning, gained access to the saddling paddock, at the lownsville races, by the old dodge of looking mysterious and saying he was a detective, instead of by paying ten shillings, as others did. Gaston, who had pnrchased the gates, subse quently had reason to believe he had been imposed upon, and gave Fanning in charge of Constable Carroll, who took him .to the lock-up. Leu, solicitor for the defence, contended that, as there had been no personation in the presence of the arresting constable, the arrest was illegal, and that a warrant should have been issued. The Police Magistrate said the prisoner was " being tried for an offence for which he was not arrested," and discharged him. The Police could, however, he said, apply for a warrant. Detective Barry said that all detectives arriving in Townsville should report themselves to him; unless specially , in structed to the contrary. He had known the prisoner for some weeks, but not as a detective. Now th...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Cease Rude Bore-as." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

"Cease Rude Bore-as." ■CAresidenfconlfogsIsl^iidria^ laas eight pigs, thearomaArisingso annoyed the otherislandersythattherfispectorof;Ni3i£ance8 was appealed; to, And oi;dei?<ed their .*pas then struck by a bright i<iea,^ieit he'prdeeeded to carry out, thus: he placed the oblioxioiis porkers in a punt, which he moored iii tKe creek, imme diately opposite Cameron's Hotel, under the iinpres sion that any nuisance may legitimately exist on salt water, and that he had completely circumvented the authorities. . But," when a gentle zephyr sprang up from the Nor'-Nor'-East, the atmosphere in the vicinity of-the hotel was Sow-Sow-Worst, and some dip Cameron's boarders threatened to decamp, rather tban be subjected to the withering fire of the eight gun floating battery ; so Cameron applied to the Council for the removal of the same to a reasonable distance. The Mayor promised that the matter would be enquired into, and the Inspector of Nuis ances instructed accordingl...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

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Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

SECTION, VIII.—HORTICULTURAL. PRODUCTS OP LOCAL GROWTH. 135 Collection of Flowering Plants in bloom ; not less than 6 varieties. 1st prize, Silver medal; 2nd prize, Bronze-medal 1 136 Miscellaneous varie»ateti or fine faliage^jilaujtS;^ not less thrin G varieties.yjst prizeV Sil\^eri-: medal; 2nd prize, Bronze inedal < 137 Collection of Indigenous Ferns; not less than 12. let prize, Silver medal; 2nd prize, Bronze medal 138 Collection of Cut Flowers. Silver medal 139 Single specimen Plant, in basket. * ls,t.prize,: Silver medal; 2nd prize, Bronze mfedal % iL 140 Best arranged Table Bouquet. - 1st prize, Silver medal; 2nd prize, Bronze medal 141 Best arranged Hand Bouquet; 1st prize, • Silver medal; 2nd prize, Bronze medal 142 Bouquet of Wild Flowers. Bronze medal ; - r . SECTION X2L—MANUFACTURES. DIVISION A.—IMPLEMENTS AND ..... MACHINERY. " : 143 Plough, I horse, wrought iron. Rrbnze meilsil 144 .Plough, 2 horse, wrought irou. Bronze medal 145 Plough for breaking up. Bro...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"FIGARO'S" AT HOME. "Oh! he hath drawn my picture in his letter!" [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 29 August 1885

' ' 4*Qh\ Jie hath drawn my picture in bis latter 1" -^JjOvb s Iiabob Lost. Readers are invited to forward early in tell^enoe of fabliionftble or social festivities, ifptifssible, accompanied by fall descriptions of toUettes worn by ladies. Portraits Of kdies, accompanied by names and addresses, •will also lie , acceptable : for reproduction. Those not considered suitable will be im mediately returned. Strictest confidence. ^ddress, Sooi«4 Editress, ' Figaro" Office. I cannot bear to .hear the lies Of ev'ry scribbler who decries ; (3h temrig, jagged, splinters, And, oft," without a -show of reason,) ; The Queensland climate and the season, . In sp^ial, of its winters, . They say . the drought has cooked our goose; That,' insufficient for our use; The water's, now the dam in; : They ran down our Enogg'ra weir, And greatly try to make usfear Approaching water famine. And are they frightened, then, ;forsboth! That, after % T. (-eetotal) Booth, We *H use too much *6f water? And do they ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

IMPORTERS " ■ ■ • ■ ; ■ AZTD CEHEB1L IEHCH4FTS, :: BRISBA-USTE. • . AOINCI18 Datorion's SuperfineFlour Driffield's do do Simpson's do do Boaohls :, do do ' Kingsford's Corn Flour , 1)6 Silver Gloss Starch :E. A j. Burke, Ghcunnesss Stout - . Bo Bass's Ale, bottled Do Allsopp'-s Ale, bottled Bitdhie's Tasmanian Oatmeal T Knight'* i do Jams . - H. & T. Peak's Tasmanian Jams Otard, Dupreye& Co>.,Cognaos Centred JSooietT's d6 E. & J.Burke's Irish, xxx Whiskey Do j Garnkirk * ; do ° Norwich Union Pire Insurance Society Victoria Fire and Marine Insurance Society r ; \ v., Goldsborough 4 Co.; Wool, Melbourne ' ' t'" " :o: Abb inbbobiptofBegtjxab Dibbot SHmDBHTS OB General merchandise From Europe; France, New York, and Sin Francisco. ' . ' A EE now t^irmiig' ont ALEandiPOBTE E . A,' jn bnlkancL bottle equal in go&Utyto best i^portMbranaB. ■ 7, ? : tirdera ;by ppst addressed. V, Manage*^ Castlemaiiie Brewery, Brisbane/.' will' "hav^ minetiiateattention. ; /...

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Eggs-stinked Custards. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

7 Eg^-stinkedCistards. : A- rracentty/iurm«d new-chum has .h&i his: sense of the etfern&lfitness of things &Kooke<]*:^ lair- ? as sthe /oibaxious eccentricities of Australians are- con- > cerned; He*h&s>tia,keaupon himself the responsibility of making his'fortune , in this " n&vt and happy l^rndiv* % becoming a travelling insurance, agent, and Stanthorpe'is the district in which he at present directs his' efforts of genius in tbe;way o£>* taking liy^s.'V -■ The other day, hebobbed up against a tumble down, waysi^e.baric humpy that. calleditself a hotel. It was a .foul place in •; niore waySft^ian^onei because,foul-lowing on thefaot that it had a foul indi viduality of its own, there were fowls pi all breeds sad; genders and: ages, and : youths^ to he seenprospecting freely around the premises!, Such a general gamble for pickings might, in fact, he called ^ (shicken hazard/' But to my . . A i'jV Jbm tfjr^ " ;• r- > \-i I ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

Tbaghdt at Kapunda, S.A. Franz Beusch, an Austrian, and Ernest Bamzn, a German, were fellow laborers on a farm. On August 25th, they were drinking together in a tent, While under the in sflaence of drink, Bamm taunted. Reasclywith the result of the last war between Germany Austria. Beusch seized an American axe and spUtBamm's skull open.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The late Masonic Procession. [Crowded out last week.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

, [Crowded out, hist moeefcJ] ^ Oh ? uiystic craft, whose Comprehensive plan - Is brotherhood all cosmopolitan ; The mysteries thy ceremonies shroud, You won't reveal to any outside crowd. Far reaches yourmach vaunted pedigree, -j You claim you've reigned from old antiquity. Though records definite are blurred, or dAmb, Yet your' descent is featly traced, by some, "Who sound.your genealogywith peeans, Bight backunjbo the old Py thagoreans; While othiers formula! e their &et' opinions, Your craft was known to ancient Eleueinians j And, still by others, your tradition'ssheen is Deri vied from practised rites'of the EsBehtes; Again we hear some commentating lights Talk much'of <Fedariand Carmathites, ■ As if your order took its youthful twists : From ancient Islam's mystic Rationalists. Be this as may be. Masons had a station, A foremost standing, at the world's Greatiou; E'en as we have, so Eden's Garden.had 'em, The first Provincial Grand, ybuTrnow, was Adam 'Or, 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 — 5 September 1885

;HIGHLT IMPORTANT ANNOUNCE$^ENTf ■ to I BANKERS, 3£ERCHA1TCS, CAPITALISTS, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, - INSURANCE COMPANIES,,. SPECULATORS, ANiPl INVESTORS Thboughout Australia THE FINEST BUSINESS SITE ' in the ' I. t ' V. METROPOLIS OF QUEENSLAND, ' * ' - TV' V'J' j i f : ; , '-BEING tHS 5 - AT pbesent occupied by the Queensland National Bank, Limited, TOOETHEB with the offices in the occupation of THE QUEENSLAND INVESTMENT AiND LAND MOETGAG-E COMPANY, Limited, ...... . V the whoxe PBOPEBTT COMMANDING ' A • FRONTAGE of 60ft. to QUEM-StfiEET opposite THE GENERAL POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICES, AND HAYING 60ft. IRONTAGE TO ADELAIDE-STREET^ OPPOSITE to the NEW CITY RAILWAY STATION, SIDE STREET RUNNING THROUGH from,. '7 ^ . QUEEN-STREET TO ADELAIDE-STREET, And only two chains distant from THE MAGNIFICENT NEW PREMISES Just erected by the QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK, Limited. \ ' '■ * Which are not only the i ' 'x op THE CITY OP BRISBANE, | \.s But filso stand admittedly unapproached by any buildi...

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The Bloody Trail of the Chester Romilly Farce. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

The Bloody Trail of the Chpster -J' ■' |KomS|ly Farce. % : f The neural result of |he Griffith-<m%fehester-cum Eomilly |Tew Guinea rarce is comi£i#sooiier than anyone* e^ectel. ^Zrhe$igeon-Englis1i of tne official tomfool wTkT went to tell New Gdinea tiatives that —*• Long time ago, he ship come, he very bad man;" and to load them up with presents, giyenspme times, apparently, for tytilfe /nfeii |lie| recipients themselves had bommitted j—bi&f fair ttf reap an abundant harvest. Hardly have Queens landers got over the first sensation of ridicule at tlie stupid comicality of all these official motleys, when we hear of their first resultant, in' the shape of horrible murder and cannibalism by New, Guinea natives, at Hoopiron Bay, Port Moresby. "When Chester showed the white feather—as who could help, acting under such instructions about not fighting at all, as he had received—and, while scut tling off from the shore of one of the islands, pitched figs of tobacco into...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

M \ •• . v'J ' .. , , . '.u'i/-Ut 0 'j-V •••>>!'1' ijfcf iV<3!fk<C • '%?■&*} I ' " " ' '•<•'. '- :■■■■>■■■•*'>*»'.-''r •""» ;■ i :■:*!■>.■•'■*-Uiifp. I . -■ i \ ir- -.-i-.'-i. ■ »•• ' -/" ••! .' Xv4 x&CK&^68i ... ■ ••• ••• ■ •• 115 )> ■<;'■ •&><.a wyM* M'lyMii ■ :r*/, urjm| •jr ; ils 1 roo&tfiojirjl'. '. xxui■' ] -4^iaas^.-.fi4aBWi^0vi '* '* : '* 0 Fe n ING'Toto^^ S'TJMME R, SE ASOlfS, : NOW READY'lOfe' INSPECTIOir.' 5/ -ii|- iKWv >:*«/' '.A \> -.5 «_ /.!•:• t ■AJi X ;■ ' . ■ - : r <1 VfJ. : r«K> I' TtfEW GOODS M' SMiG BD SUMMER- 1885, .,,, , , y 3 8 5H P A £ & A G E S, ' Already to hand, now being shown FRESH AND NEW. ^ as they came<outi>fthe ^^Bjd^c^ifeQmjthe Looms ' • • -!i CO. '. ■ v... mmNNURE'DEPARTMENT. HO'.ii-. We solicit inspection, , our Furniture Department,!** Adelaide fitrcci) * OPPOSITE NORMAL SCHOOL, v in.whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

quiKjn& cruise ,; ■ llEGt° inform their numerous friends and Cthe public generally that they • have COMMENCED BUSINESSas i .1 GBOGERSakd PRODUCE MEBCHANT3 in those centrally situated premises next door* to the Bank of New Sonth Wales, Stanley treet. ■ ^ 1 /■., <. Their long experience in business, extending over a considerable number of years; is a sufficient guarantee that those whb /.favour them with patronage.Will receive every satis faction. , , NONE BUT THE BEST GOODS KEPT : - IN STOCK. - Farm and Da$ry Produce -bought for Gash: .'-V- .-v^ GBOCEBS AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS STANIiEST-STBEETj 80UTH BRISBANE, . (Next doorto the Bank of New South Wales j FRED . SCHOFIELD «& CO., " r ITOxolesale^roducer , «ajn Cb^;CuttiDg, Cpropi3iQ≯ain<i MaizeMeal Wojrkg. . BOUBBON 'AUD. TANTIKA-Sts., Biradafterg •! • BUfiNS, PHILP & C0V ^ G EN EBAL ME BOH ANTS, IN SUBANCE; : SHIPPING; • • iiro r-' ' •" ! : COMMISSION^ AGENTS', : . NOBMANTON. GE...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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A Comical Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

:rr V<¥m,¥,1l^1 . ft18®#/ MelbpurnpT^iw^ emerged triumphantly from one of the most 'comical libel cases ever heard ill Australia. ;Edwin Valentine Brown was an aris tocratic (you can see that (hy his »^e) ;0lerk in the, Melbourne Post Office* * W heftr th6r£ fcra®« recently in, Victoria, ?abput the overloading ofttie Y ic^nan^verliilijent Dl&lartmentSiWft^ officers,' a Royal' Commission WW appointed to enquire into the existing condition of thePublic 0M* the aristocraj^o^EdMn Valelatine Brown ^was brought freely4&sft^ the Pu^olic .Service Cbnimissioners, andlalsof^^PMfe^bd rafcouiiii the Victorian Partiaiu^;., |i^i evidence g;iven ^effojjre the said.E^win Valentine Brown to &o^ Dut^iio^ perch himself long, and sign a receipt every month for his'monthly pay.. ^ Melbourne Punch .acidly, seized upon this ^^Meom& iSorsel^bf palyulum^fo#'numorous treat ment,and forthwith came out with 'k eari6ature of Edwin Valentine Brown, representing'that sci...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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"Passed by on the other Side." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

■, ./iM&iOjp ■ 'Mm sentimental reservoirs ;iniv-^W^OT.^]b'^fa^?W^lie well-known Scriptiirat pai»Me of .Good! Sfttoiiri taii." - How the pure, sjinpatbetic 3b€^K<^ tffinnojpe^t childhood glow witli indignation at th6taie<6f th6 ciil lotuMsonled priest and Levife who~thougli their coun try main iying by tlie wiysMej sinpp^ o£?aJ 1 raiment, with ghastly wounds spouting forth appeal ing jets of life-bl6od, white the faint* bo3^ fe^bfy struggled on to hold the half-escaped spirit—' passed ;by on the oth<erf side.", , But^hildhoodonly^^ [ upon this etohinesS of hearJb as a vanished horror—as | an enormity belonging to a faded past and to a etiff J necked generation - of. Hebrews ; if; indeed' the [ infantile mind doesn't ^grasp ^it as altogether a parable, a fiction invlltfce$ Such things, surelycan never obtain in aChristain land—among the Ministers who profess to preach the creed of Him who told of. the priest andLevite, and immortalised the " go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

tr!it:^r!V{Mrw:--:'';>-■-■ :■■■■- AWARDED APKIZEMEDAL 1 V, -.If?*'. ..;j <•'. '. 1 AKD ',l'' ; "i '' ' ' ';'V 1 : .-iSi'tH-i'- » CERTIFICATE ■ OF ■ lit jE B;i:T*15^' I;!T the Philndelphiti Cebtenuial Exhibition, 1&76, also/flonfemblfe Meiition at the Paris'"' XX Exhibition of 16T8t and Firist Prize; (Medal) at the Sydney International' Exhibition 1879-80. IRWIN BROS, ' r- - ,"W, A ttlli .1,4-;^:IjN i E ;I-.P {3 WICH. H; BSNIlICJESOBr, COACH & BUG&Y BUILDER. , n.; ■•.-■; address ;"V', ; ^ p henbickson, T. ipsitoch, ■ ■■ (Opposite East Ipswich State fSchool.) i COENEE OF XEICHHAEDT AND WHARF STREETS, BRISBANE. JAMES McCANN, late of the Varieties Hotel, Gympie;and the Shamrock Hotel Valley, begs to announce that he:has taken the above well-known Hotel. .J, l\ ' , ' • The Jjessep would respectfully intimate that from his long experience in Hotel Business, that he is well able to guage the wants of his patrons to .their entire' satisfaction. The corn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

- Mr. Swanwick receives Besidant and Visiting Pupils fo* prepare forall1 Legal and University Examinations;f Sfe; Mary's, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane. ^

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Railway Overcharges on Timber. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

Railway Overcharges on Timber. ; beei Reused bfl^op^Bing; in': increased import duty on timber in order to placate the . Wide Jtober,-getters an<i'sawiniJU-owners. Btjrilie Griffith wvlfrnident' has tHdroU^iiy Earned the art of giving witty one/ hand and taking back with the other. 'An insifonfee of this is found with - respect to sugar-planters: While the Government ,pi^po8es„t®pani3.50»®) ISftlieipromotfecC of eeltfclal sugar mills> it,p.t the same . time, asks them to pay an ad valorem import duty of 5 per cent, on the machinery they will have to obtain from England or Victoria; r-!; 'r' ^. r Billy Miles recently attempted to play the same style of game very low down on the Maryborough 6aw^iUiproprietors. j Th6|rail*vji.;| regulation^ vide thkt the freight' rates chalged^ forlog1 timber shall be by the ton; such ton being computed by measurement—25 eubifc feet of hardwood; eand}l50; feet of soft wood, respectively. The rate for sawn ^it^e>V'&?& is...

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