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Bah! to you, Cowlishaw. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

Bah I to you, Gowlisliaw. V I know, of no more contemptible object in life than a cowardly newspaper. Especially if that; paper be a wealthy syndicate that really could afford, to be out spoken and honest. Therefore, I metaphorically spit upon the Telegraph* Therefore, I apply the words of the Patience opera gag to its chief proprietor, and say, " Bah! to you, Cowfishaw." Last week was remarkable for the deliverance at Boma of the most important political speech of the year-no less than a full explanatory speech by the Premier of the Colony. The Telegraph- the self-styled " people's paper," but in reality the " journal of the grab-alls '^-4 was so unfair politically, was so unjust from a business point of view to its own subscribers, was so cowardly because it knew , that its lies were refuted and its argu ments cornered, that it positively ignored the speech of the Premier of the Colony for some days, iand at last reluctantly published a condensation (probably from the Western Star...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

THE well-known firm of JPeate & Harcourt introduced three years ago the Bhipton Mallei Anglo-Bavarian Ale, and last year , their order waa for.5000 casks. It took the, first priz? at the Vienna Exhibition, the gold medal at Paris, the first prize a.t _ Sydney, and a first-class awkrdat Melbourne, It is the mildjest beer imported, and therefore especially adapted for hot cli mateB. It is of uniform quality, is clean, on the jjalateij has the true aroma of'the. finest, .hop, and is entirely, devoid of sedi- : meat. If the bottle be Veil shaken its brilliancy of .color will ' not be clouded in the slightest degree. E. D. Nkilsoh sole agent.-[ADVT.]

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL THEATRICALS; OR DOING THE DOUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

POLITICAL THEATRICALS; OK DOING THE DQtHHEdfe MT? OBIFFITH (to his valet)-" Now, Billy, look' sharp, the house is wild to see roe in my next as vThe Planters' Friend.'J

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

CADBURY'S COCOA fit is often asked, Why does my Boetpr jrjsjjommend Cadbnry's CocoaP J25S8? & ?< and concentrated by the removal of the jraggflnoos f*t, it contains FOUB TIMES the &m0trot£fjfxf3$O&EN0US Lov FLESH FOEMING CONSTITirJSj^g itlMW tb$ averages m other Cocoas, which are mixed with Sugar tm Utorch. fi« ?sis a{«w M O ?P Isl W*i Sis si" ®*3 . ?s® & °t,9 ® o.a JSlw ill tt! £&|. sal ~>§ 13 § fol (0 < O * OS 111 I m ^WATCHMAKER AND MAlSUFACTUEING JEWELLER, 97 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. LI C I I < English. Patent Lever Watches, with five years' guarantee (Silver), £5 5a., £6 6B., £7 7a., £8 8s., £10 108. nEll^ini V Wmm W l\^ ( Do. do. do.- do. (Gold), £1515s., £21, £25, to £85.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Queensland Figaro " Fear God; Speak evil of none; Stick to the Truth; and never be done." BRISBANE: SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1883. A Case for a Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

*' Fear God; Speak evil of none; Stick to the Truth; and never be done." BRISBANE : SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1883. A Case for a Jury. $r. -- . LET me state a case for the people as a jury. A.ct j ' ing as a jury, the people should themselves do that "Which FIGABO is continually impressing upon them i.e., not to take anything I say, or anything anybody else tells them, as gospel, but to consider and weigh the facts, and deduce results for themselves. Think for Yourself is the motto I would continually imprests upon every . man in the community. I may want to humbug you for ends of my own; any other perstin may want to humbug you for ends of his own. It is a, possibility that everyone may want to humbug you. ,It is also an actual fact that a portion of the world is always * humbugging you. But given facts and' given your own intelligences, if you are true enough toyour own interests to reason things out for yourselves, instead ^ .Cpf taking other people's statements on absolute credit, " , ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

PERMANENT ENLARGEMENT OF * <^FIqAR0.5, Having completed my arrangements, I shall enlarge-FIGARO . on JULY FIRST. THE-: P bice WILL be UNALTERED. ; '53»is wiUgiveme more space in which to giverafey REPORTS OF PARLIAMENT, to devote more attention to StECTioNEE&iKa V. J W'also lie able totake more-advertisements, and I hake *;?'& ' -? let appCes up to left July,at Courier rates.After that date fit Qt^emtaiidcr rateB. . ... ^^circulation of FIGARO for this month has averaged SHve Thousand copies a week, and I may fairly expect this to double during the excitement of Parliament and the elections. Any further information anent FIGABO'S .unprecedented success can be 'obtained from my Publishers, MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH, or my Pxintersj MESSRS. Wabwick AND §APSFORD, W:SPOR^^El^:?::?\:V. '' In ord^'to ^ve'FiiaABO an additional Spurt, I am making arrangements with "HE&mit" to attend the country meetings onmy behalf. .v . - a ^ ? ? -v ?; ; ... FIGABO PRIZE C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

BRABANT & CO., 76 K 78 CHARLOTTE- STRESJT, BRISBANE . -28 GREAT ST. ^EiEsr^LOH»OK,%.G. . .. . . IMPORTERS , ' 'J v v-'Sof st,;J \FI ; GENERAL MERCHANDISE, RI'--'- AND V V ' -; ,v . SOLE AGENTS IN QUEENSLAND FOR ' BASS'S BURTON-ON-TRENT ALE, in hogsheads. ANDREW MULLER, Brembh ? LAGER BIER. B. & E.s PERKIER, CHALONS CHAMPAGNE. LBCOQ FRERES- .; . . . A. YVOF A GABORIAU Grollet .Castle BRANDT, in guar ter;casks iutd fljfelpB, - YD CLARETS, Quortsand pints VD; VDO, VDl, VD2, VD3, VDl. P. W. COZENSfr JKRBZ ms LA FBONTEAA SHERRIES. W. & J: GRAHAM & CO. OPORTO PORTS. A. G. THOMPSON ft CO., Glasoow KOYALBLEND WHISKY, and OLD JAMAICA RUM. - SIEGERT & 80NS, TRINIDAD ANGOSTURA BITJERS. W. A. ROSS & CO.-, GIN0ERALE LIME jpiCE CORDIAL SARSAPARILLA KASPBERRTINEGAR.and / , OR ANGE BITERS. &-?f * # / SCHULL, J^io^Iotwerp-- ^ '7; ,§ ; : . TJATM ?WW$*M' .' \ NOBEL'S EXPL^tVES COMPANY Limited, .~ ***'-. s'"'v ' HUdI^I^XTrM^OF ^OAP. f > - SWALI...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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PERSONALS "I hope I don't intrude." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

"I hope I don't intrude." " Little pitchers have long ears,'' Has been sung by varied lungs; This would not excite our fears, If such pitchers had no tongues I But they've ready tongues as well. Watchful eycB that norer blink, And they hasten here to tell All they see or hear, or think. But I weed the pitchers' news Won't use spiteful criticals, Won't fair manly play abuse, In my notes on PERSONALS. "MAJAH" WALTER H. SNBLLING, the resident secretary in Queensland of the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, is up North, I hear* having a look round Herberton, Port Douglas, and all thereBtof the fever infected country. He is an old Pressman, but his present business is much more murderous than even the pen, which is, as every one knows, mightier than the sword. His businesses to "take lives," and I can only understand his trip up there which is said to be unofficial-by thinking that what, ho! Muse-monkey, grind . me out some mellow muck The gallant old Majah Snelling Forsook his wri...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

30, 32, QUKEN STREET, BRISBANE, DRAPERS, COSTUMERS, MILLINERS, AND LADIES' GENERAL OUTFITTERS. "Wholesale Manufacturers. AWARDEDFIEtSTPRIZE A.WD SILVER MEDAL. J?or elegant, Costumes and Millinery, designed and manufactured at Meeara, Edward ffl»iigliter' an(i Co.'8; Establishment, 30 and 32, QueenStreat, Brisbane, at the August Eihibi* toon _ _ _ of,Costumes to select from, fitted to the Bayers. Prompt attention given to "Wedding Trousseaux and Mourning orders. ' "* the latest deipgns And fashions in Bonnets, Hats, Mantles, and Ladies' and Children's ^edding Trousseaux in the most Elegant Style and <on the. Shortest Notice.; -We would particularly request our country Patrons and Friends to call at our Establishment .visiting the^Gtoy. ? ': < \ !.: :im& nmor* gwrreas axn V ' W. G0E&AJVT FURLEY, DOCTOB 6* MEDICINE, UNIVEBSITY or EDINBUBGH, AND FELLOW OF thb BOYAIj COLLEGE ojp SUBGEONS. HOUBS-UNTHi 11 A.M., FROM- 1 TO SjAlTD AFTER8 P.M. j2 Harris T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

Notice to the Piiblio>-What a bother it is, we are worried out of our lives! Look here, we have received a cart* load of letters during the week, complaining of a difficulty in obtaining FIGARO. -The remedy is in jour own hands; merry readers. ~Ante-up a note to any respectable bookseller, and you trill be certain to receive both FICURO and PUKCII for four teen months. PLEASE TO NOTE TUAT " FIGARO"*' is ISSOED AT 9 A.M. EVERY FRIDAY, and the subscription is Twelve Shillings a year in advance. Gordon & Gotch, Publishers. Terms of Subscription.-Forwarded p<wtfree, toatiy part of the Colonies, twelve months for twelve shillings, paid in advance; or a note will secure Figabo and FCNCH for fourteen months. Gordon & Gotch, Publishers. :. i! ji f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

BKITISH EMPIREHOTEL. QEOSOE .li, COOPER, Proprietor, (ftamthe National Family Hotel opposite the r.|fewr^Bast«m Market, Burke Street. East ' ?' ' f3TjljB.tnow' resumed business in. the above 1*' Hotfl and the public may rest assured that all arrangements will be first-rate, and every endeavour made, by-civility and attention to merit extended' patronage. The best of Ales, Wines, and Spirits, Free Stabling (the largest in Brisbane), a Table D'Hote at 1 o'clock, and superior Accommo dation for Travellers or Boarders, can all be had at this Hctel. MODERATE PB1CES MESMERISM, ANIMAL MAG NETISM. PROFESSOR ARMANI), MEDICAL MAGNETISER, BELLE Ytrs COTTAGE, KKKTL HARRIS Tebeack, GEORGE STREET, 51 RAPIDLY CURES RHEUMATISM, PARALTSIS, NEURALGIA, FITS, DEAFNESS, DEBILITY. HOW TO MESMERISE. This art, including Curative Animal Mag. netism, can be taught to-Qentlemen (also Ladies) in Private Lessons or Classes held in Evenings, with Practical Demonstrations. Terms Reasonable. Those desirous of join...

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OTHER MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

OTHER . .MEMS. . BFHHAMO lias been delighting us again, but so strong has the draw to the opera been that the cute,and waggish Ben has taken to offering gift?, f<?r local contrndrams, , Ai^nanfli the, mesmerist, had only a small number.to flwt,' public performanceatGympie, but on his second tlte miners ' rblled up. Under, the impression^ that he was a fraud, they rushed the platf6irmas <^did4tes to i9e bperatedon, buthe managed to convince them ^iat he could fix the moat of tiiem tiie&x&erically. His private' seances' appear to have been suc t cessful. fie is now at the Boyal Hotel, H^ltobagh^ doing big biz. . : : ????' . ."??.??r. ' Bandmahn's been and goneand done* Bnndabergi and grumbled "at the price of the hall and the non-provision of footlights. a-, ;..... ».-.i i- .ViU:.U"<<>iq:iS-/u *?; . . v .. : v.i ;: Oaklaitds PMSBBvnrq WORKS.-The posrabflities-opened up by thesewbricsare developing, tiiein^yes bo rapjdly tl...

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A Peep at the Shows. "You were not at the play to-night, Don Carlos. How happened it?"—The Spanish Student [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

k<* A Peep at the Shows. ? " You ^eretxotat the play to-night, Don Carlos. H6w happened it f"-The Spanish Studtni !'? - - - ? r . .* ? . ? -r -,vr . ?m . . xx^pre 1,: ; ; , «!'- i Jtffigh'peJrbi][ea.'o3ii:b^^&b Woe-4 ' *v ': :"'1 The bmbul-throated Emelie. .; - '?? 1 ?,'? V i .. .:.? ?? - . ..... ,. . I . ?? ..'?... ???.:: J Onoe more halloo I two All ' fhails! ' -To operatic nightingale*. . On either bough . warbling fe^, segl . / SweetEmelie and tiny ??? -Grade, j ? i^me inprp hurrahs I've in ihy parley '. '? '? l?or ArmeaBeaumont, John Forde, pad Farley^ Approving smile, ejipplaud Likewise for chorus' and (or ,ballefc; , To drop into the vulgar medinmof meaner mankind -prose. Not that prog^ is essentially Tulgar.orMee p»n, the«atired^iB, wotild not jose': it.as winces his letter in "tiie' G&wrim of Wednesday on the Trans continental, in Vhich {the letter, $ feo# the hardeot word to get t^unclis Laocoontic. >By &^way,ho3B, I wish >yoiai. cq...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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ROUNDABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

WHILE Sam is posing deep Up in the north* I wake from dozing deep, Caused by his froth. 1 I cannot snap at all The rightful sound Of that said Capital . Of Coolie ground. My choice take ? Say, Mac, I Just have no choico. Some callthe name Mack-t "With lmowing voice. And I'll bet, eh ? Mac, eh ? A pluj? of kaccy That others 6ay Mack-a, Still others Mackie. Ask Sam which is iu his ? "I" "a," or QLout! Get on to business To Eou*»ABODT !-ED.] THIETY Nihilists discovered l»y St. Petersburg police holding a secret meeting; all escaped. CzA.B or RUSSIA lias commenced reforms; An Im perial manifesto abolishes the poll-tax on the poorer classes of Russians, and considerably reduces that on other classes. His HOLINESS THE POPE is about to forward to colonial bishops his encyclical letter respecting Irish secret societies. THE /Orient steamer Austral, lately submerged in Sydney harbor, sailed from. Sydney for Glasgow at noon on Monday, Captain Sladen, B.N., in charge. She proceeds via Cape Hor...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Another Figaro Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

Another Figaro Lib^. i. Mobb trouble for my furrowed locks and aged hump to bear. How many two thousands, in fhe name of creosote, do people think I posseBB ? 1 shall begin to think of buying New (Guinea right oat. Here's the latest vexation t- .r TO THK PBOPBIKTOR 01" nCMLSO. Sir,-Seeing' a paragraph in your last issue re some larrikin . shindy in Maryborough on the previous Saturday, my astonish . meat and indignation were aroused at the scandalous remarks. 'used, towards myself .' My hair.Sir, is my o<m, arid the Ktadnal change in color is theiesultof close and arduous study (and not fromanysulphurous or otherchemical combinations in the atmosphere); and your last atrocity in the juotiCe-that! was a baldheaded Methuselah is-well easily refuted. Unless you ; give a full and public apology for this libel on myappearance, I ; shall issue a writ, and claim 43000 damages. I think that is oHrmf trnnr t.inlmt.. So anoloeise. Of thfl nrm H ftf| n an. ? aq , 1 . . ; A.Qi.8KABTH...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Odious Forced Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

Odious Forced Marriages. I TAXE the following horrible statement from the Rockhampton Bulletin :-** Constable Byrne arrived here yesterday from Mackay with two Cingalese, who were sentenced to two months' imprisonment eaoh foiv a breaohfof the Masters and Servants^ Act, and a female lunatio." . By the name of the British lion and the sacred bul warks of the wooden walls of the palladiums of those who "never, never never shall.be slaves," what gory goblin work have we heie? Has the Queensland' Government, having been pestered until sick with the atrocious pun, " Smgle-hes;" at last determined to sentence each offending Single-he to a femaZe lunatic ? TJgh ! Me ber-lud fur-reezeth! Me iharrbr ker reepeth! Or, in the name of freaks of nature, is it that these two turbaned copper tuliw have each been guilty of a " breach of the Masters and Servants Act and a female lunatic?" May the saints presarve us from all har-rm, but I neve? did belave in thim hay thins, the Lord save us4 .. Anyway...

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What they say in England. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

What they say in England. I cannot understandthe stupidity of the people in Brisbane and the southern paxteof the <x>lony in opposing; the construction of the Transcontiiiental Bailwayby Land Grants. Werbthe Opjfositiori to the scheme confined to the north, I could under stand more easily hovrplausiblearguments could be ;projected against it. Old colonists in Enjglknd'are evidently very much at sea in their ideas as to -the pbrtion of the colony from , whence the .Opposition Teally eih&iates. An ^nnion apjpKMU^, to have ob tain^ that the Land Grant Transcontinental Bail way is to be ran in the interests bf Brisbane; and complaints are b0ing nxged through the Press that the scheme will probably be carried, because the southern ., portion of the colony; will, by its large population and consequent voting jpower, be able .to swamp the northern r and more intweBted' part' of Queensland! My readers may pmile, bdt J assume them that such is the case,. and I nevbr bn^...

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What is he giving us? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

WHat is lie I ' I'-'V Wvs " Archibald Forbes toysthat farmers are leaving- / South Australia by huridtedeL Another bigwhopper! ' tfjie farmers there have got. such concessions from ' theGovernment,that they're not subh.fools aslso rim away. Why, the great complaint against the Bray Government-and the peg upon which tfce, charge of corruption made by the S. A. Register was hung, and for which the Government intend prosecuting 1bfa&£. paper-is that they have let farmers swindle the' general public by unfair concessions. Further, a telegram to the Courier on Thursday is to the effect! : that the S. A. Government have b^n advertising for ; laborers for six months past, and are offering now iQs. a day, but cannot get men. It won't do; Archie. You may be a resplendent fellow, and we may be be nighted beings in a dark corner of the world. But! we Know the alphabet of our own surroundings. You stick to " Kings I have met," and we'll believe you, but don't tell us any lies about Aust...

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The Widow, the Irishman, and the Chinee. [DEDICATED TO SAM.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 16 June 1883

- . .. '? \ ?. : > 7«< The Widow, the Mshma^ Chinee.'.^,v: - lOniotfn UP in a northern township, boys, I'll have you all considdy, There lived* ofcarmiBg u fairdndfet kbd-lbl-ty " Irish widdy. Touwaftttoknowhernamein full? most refuse ; There was a little Chinaman-a vegetable fellow- . ' ! >; (1spose he was inflammable bepause he was;» yelltfw Be that, however, as it may, the fact remainetb, Sir,, ; . Immediately he saw the wid.f he fellin love with-her! -: * He wooed her with the produce of his preoious mwket garden, But still the widow ever seemed her tender heart to harden. She freely took his cabbages, but always huugr her head. And asked for etime to think, whenever Johnny wished to wed. fie always found her bathed in teara, so full her sorrow's cup, And somehow, marvellously, she wi&s always so hard tip. She wanted this, the wanted that; would he give her a lift ? And always John responded straight by buying her the gift, ge her many things to wear and...

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