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

ALBEET-STfiEET, BEISBANE. -fl: .■!'-■ v :il v-i* $$ NT S F p R THE "B M PEE S fif";;;;::.k:Ej&0S:E^1S;jr h IM P. i.-f iif~t .r,f,"V-,I ' '=■■'.•>:• ..v..r? .V"' ^ ElectrieafcjO&o&, 'I': a ■ Musical Insfcruments, Pianos, Lampware, ^ ' Enamelled Holloware, Watclimafcers* and Jewellexis* Tools a.^d Materials. • *■ IidCH^ H. ADAMS, Colonial ilepreseatatiye. Eirker. G-reer, &AJo„ and f Lim., Distillers, Belfastand Gla^gow,!^ Queen-street, Bri^ SHAMROCK "WHISKIES.) bane, andatSydney, Melbourne, Ad.elaide, Colonial Trust and (Late G. T. Q. LANG), 21, QUEEN ST., BRISBANE. Special attention cfevpied to tfk' '■ administration of Trust Estates, In- ' vestment of : Fwids, General Agency r for absentees and others, and Man agement of Accounts for Land and Mining Companies. ' The 0. T. Sf Ar Company^ are. prepared to act as Trustees and Executors and as Secretaries for Land^Minmgl a^otT^'CompanieV.Z All Agdndy ^uMkdsSfi iifowmkg *1 Collection of Interest and Ren...

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

TEE SINGER IASDFACTDBIHG COMPANY 34 UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK. New Address ? 11 & 12 HAYES' BUILDINGS; ELIZABETH-ST. Nea-r Edward-street, BR I SB AN E. Peikcifal Office : 245 Pitt-street, Sydney,

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

fpliSow, Saturday, September 5, COllMEffCISG AT TWO O'CLOCK SHAEP. -;-\v :' .^-V '"*53: : ' jk/'Y' ?■-. . r.';' ■ j-'•' - oj;«. LTJN®EON AT HALF-JAST ONE. .EMERALD IffcL ESTATE. THE EMEEALD HILL ESTATE, THE EMEEALD HILL ESTATE. EMEEALD HILL, EMEEALD HILL, EMEEALD HILL 1UTWYCHE. LtfTWYCHE- LUTWYCHE. LlTiWTCHE. LUTWtfCHE. LUTWYCHE. ' EBIEBALD HILL. EJtoAtD HILL. EMERALD HIM|S 120 CH ABMING RESIDENCE SITES. ^ % 4 1^ CHARMING EESIDEN^OE SttES. 120 BESIDESTOE SITES. HAVING FRONTAGES TO ;, THE EE G O , n a '■ ' ■ one Ofc which 18 " * THE MAIN LUTWYCHE BOAD, ^ - a»d ONLY A FEWYARDSFEOM! THE SPOBTS' GROUND, EEp$ON . .. . PARK HOTEL, Etc., Etc. OMNIBUSES PASS THE DOOR BVEE¥^FEW v TO SPECULATORS., BUSINESS MEN, MECHANICS, LABORERS, AND ARTHUR MARTIN & CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietor to Sell Ijy public auction, r< ■ on -*■ g SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 5th SEPTEMBER, ON THE GROUND, AT 2 O'CLOCK, 1 SHE WHOLE orttat SPLENDID and VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY PORTION 129, ...

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

^ w ■ - - i t V —71 . airjwwft (LATE T. GREAVES,) 0 P P 0 S I T IE Tli w il H A L L. THE BEST BEANDS IN WINES* AND ^PIEtTS 'ALWAYS ON HAND. Excelieht Accommdation. First-Class- Ltwcheoit fboh 1 o'clock Daily, -—•—-$£8 . . . HERMANN W&EB, Proprietor. SCHOCH, BRUGGMANN, AND CO., Gil BEISBAUTE, 110 ELIZABETH-STREET. ' Sole Agents forGeo. Furlancl &. Oo.'s Brandies ;E. Mercier & Co.'s Champagnes. HMOBtt. UK 101 *SSURAHC£ IMIf. .Ouii K't'i (OF t, ,ij INVESTED FUNDS - - .. - £2,250,000. ^OAIMD^,'Jr,i. BOYD bi MOEEHiiK ^SQ.;;MX^.^t!^LBiLN. JOHN CAMERON, Esq., J.P." ] JOHN SINCLAIR, Esq., J.P. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS ACCEPTED AT LOWEST RATES. ■ - ■ si/y,--v.* \<v;.y . vjici.H'J./.I?'.' Inspector for Queensland—C. J. Tetjndle, J.P. Bankers—The Queensland National Bane, Limited. ■; Solicitors—Messrs DAlt1 & Heli,icab. 5 /i? P Consulting Architect—F. D. G. Stanley, Esq. PEreoip^jowi^-^ 5K5HT#A 212 QUEEN ST BEET, BRISBANE. ill** ..>5 -•..!• i • -'J ( ...

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

" I h&pe l don't intrude." I have often heard topers declaring', ; _ While empty their larders and shelves, Through indulgenee'in drink too unsparing, . That they only are fools to themselves. : They'll wager, all round, with a " tenner," us, ■ With a check that oar credence assaults. That their fmiings are g^nial and feenerouSj . And meanness is not of thfeir faults. But I, oa the copitT^Tyj fehiELrge tliem, „ With selfishibess inselfrbehoof, With deeds that don't tend to enlarge them And here goes, instantcr, for proof.1 Their actions are base-born and menial, •Of large-heartedness they are strippers, Thiesfc topers, who boast themselves genial, . . Are meanness itself—for they 're nippers ! - Be he cotter, or squatter, or what-er, . (P'rhaps a potter is more to the pint P) Whoso takes daily tot is a totter. And a, totter is loose in the" jint." Thus I-lamb topers down, kick 'em and cuff . *l£m froni nethermost end to each lug, ; : And.as topers should get, give 'em hand-c...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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"FIGARO'S" AT HOME. "Oh! he hath drawn my picture in his letter!" [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 5 September 1885

" FIGARO'S" AT HOME. " OK!' lie hath drawn my picture in bis letter!" —Lovi's Libob, Lost. Readers are Invited to forward early in telligence of fashionable or social festivities^ if possible, accompanied by fall description* of toilettes tforn by i ladies. Portraits of ladie^, accompanied by names and addresses, Will 'also be* acceptable for reproduction. Those not considered suitable will be im mediately returned. Strictest confidence. Address, Social Editress, " Figaro" Office. The Winter dieB out, with its sweet, Bat patch work.cliine, mosaic-holed.; A mixture it. of mid-day heat, : • All sandwiched 'tween! a nightly cold. The cold, dry winter, we havespanned, And found it easy, to be " teetoes But now. the "Winter's vanished, atid The-Spring comes, with its pests, mosquitoes. Yes, Spring comes with its Changeling oaf, Named Fashion, mystical of brats, , And brings with it ";the Sugarloaf," Which is the latest style in hats. And, mingling gaily in Spring scenes. And, prominent i...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

" \" PBOSPBOTTJS •■•••v • •• THE ROYAL BANK OF QUEENSLAND, (LIMITED), Tojfoe TacorporatedvUnder the Companies' Act of 1863* Limiting the Liability of the Shareholders to 1;he amount of their shares. > AUTHORISED CAPITAL: .£1,000,000 in 100,000 SHARES OF £10 EACH, Ot wliicliamount it iB proposed to call up at present £150,000 by the isBue of 50,000 Shares to the Public, paid up to the extent of £3 per Share, as follows :-r-10s. on application, 20s. on allotment, and 30s; within three months from date of allotment. No further call shall be mtvde payable for at least six: months froih the date of allotment. The Directors may make a farther issue of Shares at their discretion. In any further allotment, the Shares will be first offered to the original proprietors in proportion to the number of Shares for which they originally subscribed. ; ; PbOVISIONAL Committee (Brisbane^ I Hon. William Miles, M.L. A., Chairman F. Kates, Esq., M.L. A. Hon. T. Macdonald-Pafcerson, M.L.C. Dr. Rendle S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

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

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Military and Naval Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

Officers in command of Defence Force or Volun teer Companies, andPrivates ofany corps, are in vited to forward any memoranda of general interest relating to Defence or Volunteer doings, for inser tion in thts column. Personal Anecdotes and reminiscences will also be highly acceptable. A cablegram from London states that 5000 men employed at the Elswick shipbuilding works and ordnance factory, have struck work. The British Admiralty is organising a:, flying squadron. The vessels Emerald, the Active and the Volage, have already been selected for this purpose. The Victorian militia force now numbers 4600 rank and file. The members of the Headquarters Brass Band had a social reunion at Darnell's Imperial Hotel, Brisbane, on Saturday last. Covers were laid for 22, and a social evening was afterwards spent, Drum Major George Hardy being in the chair. During the evening the chairman, on behalf of the members of the Band, presented Bandmaster J. D. Owens with an eulogistic address and a han...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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A Blackall Apparition. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

A Blackall Apparition. Blackall has been blessed with an apparition. Calm yourselves, superstitious readers; I don't mean a ghost. There is nothing supernatural in this par., though some may scornfully deem it un natural. The apparition of which I speak is. a real, spectacled, flesh-and-blood one. At least the spec tacles are real, and can be sworn to. And, whoever saw a myth troubled with an affection for real spectacles ? : An eager crowd swarmed around the Blackall Post Office, at mail-delivery time, when the apparition first beamed upon the residents through his official spectacles. For the'apparition, be it known, is a he, and is an official—no less than one of the newly appointed, thousand - a - year Commissioners for Dividing Euns. Elbowing his way through the members of the common herd, who were gathered around the delivery-window, patiently awaiting their letters, the lordly apparition bawled out an enquiry about expected telegrams from the seat of (govern ment. There were ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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"As others See Us." A YANKEE GIRL'S IMPRESSIONS OF THE SUNNY SOUTH. LETTER NO. VI. Brisbane, Queensland, September 8th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

r;u*\ j-iv *>*m i South. f'r '! iK V" - JL fliETTEE' $0. 7"Yl. 'i m B^foane, "j^^enslandjj September 8tli/188S# ' ' go-ahefwl «i|yf^6i^'in_. many thinjjs, and one of those thing6 |s dust. There is existed in the wtoie ^6'otigb/ t£7jgivfe f'^Fo'Mfeiheus material fot'^lt^eternity. It's not a film, nor everi aJ layer, are lowering the grade of a/road near 6Tfr~hoiise, and have ajrieady excavated * reaching®^ t bofen df it; l am^ mean^n^fedislike it, radio feel'tfad'because I^caft'tstir without fading through dust up to my ankles; But I probably should like it vM&ifi tlMfc la^ tune, £-otf ttaere is *no£uc& thing as getting two days' - 1m$dil\n \vhich we young br>des^4aSi^^ti ? fee'fi^|^ood. dollars a week inf ' ^ suliade 'irito^ o^?inarried-Tyoman-' \ ;dpm:M4 - fscvusftF^asi!1®-^- •{ ft ' I amideo^glfSl naw^tliat ODharley joined the John >• I •• ki$8&a*me,and said he ■was going to the Club, and would be bjick jxine, „ • i£ W : ^ doh't v m one .of tfacp' ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

I hope I don't intrude.' Here raking reminiscences, Or telling Low the present is;. Wrapped now with, overcoming sadness) Anon, lift up with, lightsome gladness: Now cowing out will witty pounce; Now, forced sad conduct to denounce j I turn a hundred thousand ways, And toil o' niphts and sweat o" days, That I may give unto my pals, Some lightsome, varied Personals. E. K. Russell, general merchant, importer, &c., of Townsville, is a candidate for the Parliamentary re presentation of that electorate. A seaman named M'Donald was so severely injured on board the steamer " Burwah," on Friday last, that he died a few minutes aferwards. The " Burwah" was hauling out from the4 wharf, stern first, by a new line which was taken to the steam winch at the bow, where it was "tended" by M'Donald and others. I The line parted, whereupon the vessel forged ahead ] and her anchor, colliding with one of the piles of the wharf, was suddenly hoisted inboard and lighted I on M'Donald's chest, kno...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

W.f J. TROUTOH, 8ticoessor t6^W. J. Page), ■ AH1> DISPENSING 0HBMI8T ■{By Appointment t6 His Excellency).* , <JU£EN & <JEOBGE 8TEEETS, BEISBA] (and' Pr^ga) SOti'i^jA BEGS to «ajl attention to his Large ul Varied»s0ortmeatot-~ ' :vv DBtTGS a*d CHEMICALS, SURGICAL IN STBtJMENTS, PATENT MEDIGINES, Asi> ■ ■' DEttGKjtBTS', 8UNDBIES. ^ The Stock has fceen selected with the greatest care, andconsistsofalmoBt every article ogiially sold by Wholesale and Eetail DrngKiste. the dispensI^depabtmbnt : Is specially adapted for therapidand accurate dispensing of Physicians1 ana Surgoohs* Pre ' And executed *ifh Cfcttf skit Dispatch. ; ..« «r Pot the convi , trie lfe3ic^'Profe&Bi6]tt _ _ h&s been laifclon; in indent citees this ooftVefai' ^eno&willbero&dilyttpptedttei < ' • •i/Kf uiaar BELt^side iM*i !b«k>*go. feet, ' and a Branch Establishment/ i&uth*Bxisbane.; £nce_oit 'Costomers mm the «el^Ubne<N...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

Terms of Subscription.—£1 per annum, paid in ad vance ; single copies 6d. each. Forwarded, post free, to any; part of the Colonies.

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A Maryborough Lecture. P. O'Kelly on the Stump. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

wr^ivW '4-14'A W; - ? -J..C fi p: O'K^lly bii tHe Stulrip. r ;£f:therewere not a MilesianriBg^bonfcP. O'Kelly's patronymic,-the iopening sentences of hifl.jlectureon &gft<niltu*e, ttiideir tliB atispie6M%T ^^.ISa^bbrtft^h School off Arts, delivered the other dayf wo^S'un inist^ably prove, him an lrishii^ii. , , ,j jcultarierai^e &>fc> numerous to bo taentf^hei'ln a'shbrt essay like this (it fills h^rly ;'{ofi#l»luin&s of the CJironiiile,,by the „ siiiHcient, therefore,; to say'that ^#e owe ^6';it %e£&y^all the iiecefeMries and the: luxiiMea we'enjtiyin the'way' of food and" clothing;—that it is the source of our wealth, and the life of our civilization; and, that without it, population' would rapidly"decraasejj,nd lour civiHzatiohKwould ;he> -s^ejpt'away;"'; Th^e j&Jpo ;fi(iti6h is rincontroverti'^varSl'^O $xlmustive in its comprehensiveness that- one wonders what and where fare£he benefits that wttnt'df time ^lid^ace c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

B. D* MOREHEAD & CO., MERCHANTS AND STOCK and STATION AGENTS, SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS. Hea.s Office : Mary and Felix Streets, Brisbane Wo Oil and Pboducb Store Felix Street, Brisbane. Branch Offices ; East Street, Rockbampton. SHEEP and CATTLE STATIONS, SUGAR PLANTATIONS, and other "F REEHOLD ESTATES, together with large nttmbere of PAT and STORE STOCK and STUD SHEEP and CATTLE for sale throughout Queensland and in the other colonies. Forfeited Runs purchased at auction. RKNTs paid and all other business connected ■with Pastoral Property transacted. B. D. M. & Co.^pld WEEKLY SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION of Wool, Tallow, Hides Sheepskins, and other Produce, in Brisbane on the follow ing days:— TALLOW, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, &c„ at their Produce Store, Felix Street, every WEDNESDAY. FAT STOCK, at the Brisbane Sale Yards, Enog gera, every T HUBS DAY. WOOL, at their Produce Store, Felix Street, FRIDAY. Account Sales promptly rendered, and Liber...

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Townsville Athletes at Cairns. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

M V _ * t{v. rtt Towns vitte and Cairns, at the latter place liave been K&vin$ verjp en]oyai^ie<<3ricket and^Eo^ :3?Jiey com gienced with; Cricket, at whicfif Townsville came off vibtorious, owing to the-splendid bowling of &B>. Dillon,! 2J^nlay. Sayathel).N.Standardi^'K^t)ir^e'jex cgphofi of |K. Dillon's bowHng-~whichwas' Excellent throughout the day.Jiehaying t£ken six ;wic^et»^ for 23 runs—the fielding of the other men ^was not up to their usual style." Well done, Kev., but I don't see Unnecessary to except your bowling from " the fielding of [the, othkr men** bf jehidh it forms,no ^part. £fh§ Townsville inejj m$de the(.most,,of theii^ jbrip in the way of gaining vi^ries/'aitliofi^^inlay and M'Arthur were beateri by NbbbU:'Wi$b Hogarth at lawn-tennis, while a four-oared crew, stroked by George Head, scored a win in a- mile race against a Cairns crew. They only won by three-quarters of a length. They also won the football match, after a clo...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

; (LATE T. GREAVES,) * OPPOSITE TOWN HAH. THE BEST BRANDS IN WINES AND SPIRITS ALWAYS ON HAND. ; Excellent Accommdation. FlRf3T-clas8 LUNCHEON from I o'clock Dailt. ... ■ HERMANN VOGES, Proprietor. ; SCHOCH, BRUGGMANH. AND CO., GENERAL IMPORTERS AK1) AGENTS, PARIS, MELBOURNE, AND SYDNEY. BRISBANE, 110 ELIZABETH-STREET. . Sol© .Agents for.:^Geo. Furland & Go.'s Brandies] B. Mercier & Co.'s Champagnes. INVESTED TONUS - - - - £2,250,000. LOCAL BOARD; BOYD D. M0REHEAD, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman. JOHN GAMEEON, Esq., J.P. :| JOHN SINCLAIR, Esq., J.P. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS ACCEPTED AT LOWEST RATES. Inspector for Queensland—c. J. Trundle, J.P. b&nkers^-tse Queensland National Bane, Limited. ' ' Soiicitor8--Mes8rfi« Daly & Hellicab. : Consulting; Architect;—p. D. Cr. Stanley, Esq. Principal Offices— - 212 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. (One Door from Corner of EagleStreet.) EDWARD SAYCE, ; ' ; . ! Resident Secretary and Underwriter, 99, ££ PUBE AND PALATABLE BEING THE V...

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Fortitude Valley Election. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

The aginations reP resen tation of FprS;itM6W»llte« of Parlia4e»^v#^Mf^ji (Thursday) ijy1 gentlemen | i^aoapN^ated^^^sii^l^Wx,# Leichhardt-street. Portitttdef'HyMIfey, gentleman; • a&tftTohn /keeper. Both! gentlemen WRtii tsofjh. Hi'al" dS politician, and may depNendofl tfee ^nU?t$rationists' aaM Roman Catholic"Voiles.'^i^fJOster ^ul receive, the whole^t^flgth;©f %^e^istipport of^^m?^iffi!^,s followers, /cgifcmen, by posing as tneir ailxotI 1ae8tIon with tKfe^ftew'Bph^dide. of ;;fargs hnd? regula tion®, ^urc^rous.i '2^u<i ~vfU* ff $££*1 ■ , t A poll will be taken on Monday riexty lAch insti r» ' The «a

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

i«« r * 'The lougexpectM^iriatcli, Bachelors v. Brisbane • Grammar: 'Scfceb!,- ta£es places at the Gardens this afternoon- .As both, tekms have, been as^idiiously pr^ctisijng this past fortnight, a close and inter esting game is expected'^,^players sbfCthei NM ^^§opy and Arthur p^vosso^wiUj. on* this SceSgion; /play against each dthe*. Vv ' "? ? The second annual ball of the Rangers'Football ■Club toot place on Friday evening, the 3rd inst., in ,the Protestant Hall1, Aim-street. A large attendance f satisfied ^the-^eicpectati^ns of ther§>r6&t^rs^;an^:the programme, consisting (of 26 dances, was'admirably directorship of Messrs."W ordie and 80 couples took part in? the execution of the t^rpsichorean art, the fuU per formance of ' whitoh occupied the time from 9o* clock All the arrangenlents were complete/. >A light supper was provided, and the "display pf bunting in I the hall'had1 a very-pretty effect. "The ball opened with^fie Grand March, which was:wfell executed j i...

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