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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 23 June 1883

w. J". TROUTON, (Successor to W. J. PAGE), ? . DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST, QUEEN ANDGEOBGE STREETS, BRISBANE, BEGS respectfully to call attention to his Large and Varied Assortment of DRUGS, and CHEMICALS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. The Stock has been selected with the greatest care from the best London Houses, and consists of almost every article usually sold by Whole sale and Retail Druggists. The Dispensing Department is . specially adapted for the rapid and accurate dispensing of Physicians' and Surgeons' Prescriptions, and no expense is spared in faithfully carrying out the presenter's intention, every Drug and Chemicnl used being of absolute purity. An Efficient Staff of qualified Assistants kept, one of whom reside* on the premises, and prescriptions are dispensed at all hours of the night. 63* NIGHT BELL, Side Door, GEOBO£ STBEET. Suburban and Country Orders promptly at tended to and executed with care and despatch. Amongst the PATENT MEDICINES, PROPRI...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 23 June 1883

w!;-v-.; 7»?; rif , Edward Slaughter & Co., : ; ; 86, 82, Q1CTEJEN STREET, BRISBANE, ? '? ? ? DRAPERS, COST (JMERS, MILLINERS, LAffllES4 GENERAL OUTFITTERS. "VVliolesale Manufacturers. AWARDED FIRST PRIZE AtfD SILVER MJ3IJAL. ' For '? eiegant Costumes and Millinery, designed and manufactured at Messrs. Ddward Slaughter and Go.'s Establishment, 30 and 32, QueenStreet.Brisbane, at the August Exhibi tion 1$82. . .. .. ; A large;and varied aSsoi^ment of Costpmes to select from, fitted to the Bnyers. '' Pronipt attention given to Wading Trousseaux and Mourning orders. Ml the lateist designs and fashions in Bonnets, Hats, Matties, and Ladies' and Children's . Costumes. . Wedding Trousseaux in the most Elegant Style and on the Shortest Notice. g : We would pfoi/Umlarlyrequest our country Patrons and Friends to call at our Establishment j)r, W. GRANT JPUBLEY, - DOCTOR OF MEDICIipi, UNIVERSITY op EDINBURGH, AND FELLOW : ROF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. HOUBS--UNTIL 11 A.M., ^FBOBT ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 23 June 1883

1 - i&SBM&N ARTIST : " FIFT.1V- dot dog off P Yoosfc so soon as I catch dose expres sions on yourface, bye and bye, I calls dot dog off."

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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The Wheels. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 23 June 1883

: -9 The Wheels. ONLY EIGHT out cf THIRTY members mustered last Friday night to fix up the rules and choose the uniform of the Bris bane Bicycle Club-!! ! They decided on a serge jacket, cap, knickbockers and stockings. Navy blue is the color-very appropriate ; let them watch it, and take care that nothing else looks blue-as it certainly will unless the boys roll up better when important work is on hand. FIGAKO is sick of languishing clubs and societies about Brisbane, and intends to clap in the spurs unless they make things "gee?'a little quicker. Out upon this apathy;' stir.up, and make things whistle again. Of course, the gallant eight had a spin after the meeting, and they looked very pretty in the moonlight, but they ought not to parade the town too much. Let them spin round the country. Take Tom Coutts for an example, and do Humpy Bong on a Saturday afternoon. He says it's grand fun, especi ally when you go down a steep siding on an old dray track, at the rate of fifteen miles...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Sporting Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

A- Sporting Gossip. [BY DSEBICRR.J Bbihg' In -Ipswicli fttixxag the week, arid,- having ' an hour to spiral dropped in at; it'GilTs to see how the horses were get ting <A, and ! fouiid them all looking blooming. The Gap win-' ner^Mozft&i struck me «s lighter than when in Brisbane; and' the loss of superfluous beef: should. be beneficial to him, He was reportedlast week as ,being slightly amiss, but I don't think there was much the matter, .and Mr. M'Gill- appears ? «?'; ?''*???* '--W 'THZ ML£, REfNQ *iftll -rtui it goo# liorstJ'nr BockhAitaptori. Olireria is growing fast, and Bhe looks healthy and Well/as also "? '-1 . "i *; r:: | .7 ? . f ? .« * \\i: r:- . r" J ? *s-»: - does the Hurdler, Blazeaway. I Alsosaw Sweatbfead,,a Sweet.. ineateolt that lis Altered for the next i&T.C!. Dorbj, and a bay two-year-old fllly got t>y Captiyator, out; of Filagree,. a big,: rather coarse looking fllly, but as I only saW her inadark box it is impossible to form an opi...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

it. j; m«"' ) ' ACOKPTAMCES'. 1 Wintoh'H^dicajpS ..;: ii; : ; July 2. / BarcooHaadidnis;=.i. . ? . ...July 2. Bocl^iagtpnH^fcGaps... .i. July 6. Tampp Handicaps .... ... , ... July 16. MulgravjeE.G: Handicaps... f ... July 21. Nanango Handicaps » ... ...J ...July 28; iBisfo^.Handicaps^ - , ; ; ;.... ... July 23.^ T^^OTTii^al/gandic^g'f^id Steepiecjiaae... Aufiist 14. Py^apie Handioaps... .i. : ...;.. ' ... August 14. ( ; , ? We shallat alltimea -be glad to give correspondents the bene- < fit of our assistance, and any questions sent will receive the careful consideration of the best obtainable, authorities. SUBSCRIBER.-Seagull won the,V.iJ.C. Derby, and O&ks in the year thai;' the Barb won the Melbourne Cup ,(1866), . The ; latter horse won the A.J.C. Derbji hit not ^ V.R.C. V V Constant BBADS^.-rOiir: report, was perfectly correct, there; ' werp. eight staj^raforthe Forced Hapdicap in Brisbane. F&iemx amongst the number. ' :::! w;;.vv .J.-.iiTji-'. ?&...

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WEIGHTS DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

iu_-, a'- ;' v.- ?(. r J E;V -;"* Tambohandicaps ... "' ... ' ... Jtdy 7. , Nanan'wjHflnditjapia;.. ? -Li.-.';;! -v ... July?. . Isisforu Handicaps. < .J i July 9; ' Tbargomlndftli HanflioapEr and Steeplechase..,; Julyl5» UulgraveE.C/Haiwiicaps,.. ... Julyl6. M^bbifbtigtlHanaicaps..; 1 .1. ... . August!. GympiB Sandicapbi.,; . .i. 'i ... .i ... AugOBtlL

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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ENTRIES CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

^ ' ENTEIES GLOSB.' B.B*C; ?tenejral<i2ntry . Jaly 2, Thaxgomiii4ali^B»ndicaj)a ana Steeplechase July 6. .R^VVkTnftto-nKnfay "'A. SmSfQ, Chai-tetfl Tdrrets <Geri6ral flsJriisijr ! - : L»»« JalylO. Mafryboroqgh Handicaps {..?, : ..« > :<i« JnqfU. Gypip^Haadiqaps *./. ... :«. Ja».U,. Tatfn&G&h&ralEtitr^ .... r... ...'/ ... Jtuy 16. SoutBiW&rtfegti QeneralEntty ... ' r;... July 17.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Bell's Life in Queensland "And pray what is a gentleman without his recreations?" DATES CLAIMED FOR 1883. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

*' And prny wliat is a gentleman without bis recreations P " , V'i-'???' ??? : . .. , ? ' V:' rl>ATES CLA1|IE]> FOB 1883. ' ; Tixtobxs. Butke District Jockey Club '; ..." ... July 4r5. Wintoa <Norfch Gregory Tttrf Club) ... ». July 4^5. Barcoo Bacing Club (Blackall) ... .... ... July 5-6. . Clarence RiverTurf Qlub (N.S.W.) ... ... July 11-12. Bockb^mptoii jockey Club ... ... ... July 12-43. ChartfersTbwers J.G. ' "... July 17-18. TamboJGreftt Western Downs .Jockey Club) Julylg-19. SoutfoVorre^o (Cpxuuuaiilia)/ ... .... July 18-18. NananeoEacingClub ... ' ... ... .... July2£-25. ' .... .... ... ... - ... July "25-26. MulgtoveB&eing Club {Bundaberg1) ... ... Jifly 25-26: Townsville Turf Club July 26-27. Isisford J. C.... July 25-26. BouliaT.C ... August 1-2. plub i... , August 9-10,. ion* t 4*.uq»&di/ , i ..., August 15-16. ... 1 At&ttefe 16-17. ..v' August 2&-29. ... Sept. 1-4-6-8., ... Nov. 3-6-8-10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

,m-A n h m Wi M .t \ / \ i " "T \ ,nj '.sVf'H .! tii !? >H>4 J'.-fc* .Wf"i :vj'H II i9 It <iiS/f ll-Tetf>iil |;28?i .g&aroa^sfi or zorzov. ;. o,iA X'jiho:'. a rv"w;>T t j . .TH. !> I 7 ,:i' v ;!?'?. ?;> ?:T0LI,.7.' ,i>hmrSX. to oixi*ajLJ' : .;».!i .,'? f. - .. ;-:i: ?,< H : ?31 *tlit:3i Off-t .' ' -.«.>{* .'X' » !>)'»;«'» Jw" l»t r-ff--* 1 . its:*!" .»/.'? i'< ."??.n *.>.. .: ? ,i-,< * *j*:*-M-. .rr-.ii-,]? H v, o.1-..: ?>. !'?, 3J .»-. C' f- '? ? iiiosaooif s B^.;rov?7 \««M&a*>»u r. :'s ?.niT'ifi:.. ?,.-. . .- lyuiiiyotij ;? .»Ji ?.?r.'i'nvi ;i/: .jr» 7«»; "or. 'so' .-oAt ni \.\'fo,T: iiJi/v U'lldy-y *?!! ft»" .,f..c '. f Sl'JW .5* I'-Ji'f giggll^^ SS.O-ia M 01 /i:'K v;t .fc !>?o: .b .* .7/ K v, ?«. !tST--.«<{. i . ». .. . . ... . r. .r m>:.v ,.i n «.,**-. l."J- "I."?*!.'' Myj ;«r «f»T?jtf' rsj-tri.3T. i.t'r' - ' /J 'J J /!.»' i' ..«?! *»< V> "!.'.V >'? ...

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NOW, Cowlishaw, Dare You Explain? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

NOtf, Cowlishaw, Dare You Explain ?: j OSXJE more the badger has been <lrawn. This time the bait was in harmony with the littlemindedriess of Cowlishaw's paper and its sinister suspicion of motives and actions. I am glad to see the bullying old giant mad. It shows me that the Telegraph winces at the home-thrusts of little FIGAEO, which cannot behurt by this lumbering old blusterer. It may not be business-it certainly isn't of interest to people-to explain the rputine of any of my office work; but when FIGABO is challenged, ho is always game to show his hand. The Telegraph wants to know why it took a ** free speciineri copy" of FI6ABO four weeks and two days to reach a - certain destina^ Hon. It shall know. . On May. 19th, I had published 10,000 copies of FIGABO^ (6000 over my then circulation), having determined to spend the cost of the production and distribution of that surplus as an advertisement. I thought it would pay me if I spent this money thus. I wanted many peop...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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The Waxworks. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

TKeWaxworks. TKeeitmeteb> be of; Melbourne Waxwork^ Fame, has located! in Brisbane for a shori-time. His "jshow." is in Edward-street, betweep.; Queen ~£»d JSUzabeth-street. He has added to his collection of tc wax Aggers'' which, like thoBe. of .Artemus Ward," are ekald by fu I and Xceld bj nunthecuriositifcs of the glassblowers which "look " Melbourn0 !somp four years ago. There are; some ; wonderful ; specimens; of; -machinery r-mining,; etc.-onview; every part being made, of glass. For the small price of one shilling, anyone can be amused and get some technical education ifito the bargain. THE popular William Pearse, has been iiettM;by! a charming young lady, wtio now owns; him; for her very own hubby. Mr. Pearse is known to/.' most Brisbane citizens, as the Queensland representative of the Glasgow firm of Stewart atid M'Dorialcl. More geniality, generosity and good " points'' wefce' seldom, if ever, crammed into six feet of humanity. Much as his bachelor friends may deplore ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

KRIETJiEYER & WOODROFFE'S . WAXWORKS ' * : AND GLASSBLOWING EXHIBITION. To be Held in their NEW HALL, (Late BOSS'S Fuenihtre Wabehotjse,) CORNER OP QUEEN AND EDWARD STREETS. * ? ' . & 0 W 0 PE N (Day and Evening) for a Season. Daring cach Exhibition the two Splendid GLASS STEAM ENGINES Will be Kept in Constant Operation. All kinds of Fancy Glasswork mode in the presence of the audience. A magnificent Biblical Group of WAX FIGURES. Subject: MOSES STRIKING THE ROCK. ALSO, ^ : KELXT GANG OF Bushrangebs. F. B. MILLS, The well-known Caligraphist, late of Sydney and Melbourne International Exhibitions, will ftrlso Exhibit his instantaneous process of En graving on Glass, Gold, Silver, &c. Admission, Is., Children, Half-price. Doors open from 10 to 12 noon, 2 to 5, and 7 to 10 p.m. BAIN & CO., Glasgow Tea Warehouse, 116 Edward-street. The Best and Cheapest House in Brisbane to purchase Genuine TEAS, SUGARS, GROCERIES, Cheese, Bacon, Butter, English Hams, Pre...

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Newman's Caught it off Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

Newman's Caught it off Forbes. FEW people in Brisbane know of the existence of a political society called the Reform League. This association is principally controlled by Mr. Newman; and he is urging all Stagnant associations all over the country to establish similar Beform Leagues,"with a view to raising funds to assist in paying the electioneering expenses of Opposition candidatesThis is just the little.part of the programme that will Knock the Stagnants-the putting their hands in their pockets i to take ont money therefrom. This imaginative Newman, who might some day, had he more brains, develope into as fertile a descriptive -writer as Archie Forbes, is also acquainting those branch political societies that-listen, sweet reader!- ' The present Government woiild like to abandontheir Trans : continental Railway scheme, did .they dare to do so, with the view of conciliating the squatters, by introducing a measure .into Parliament enabling them to purchase their sqnattagea at :5s. a...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUISTE 26. .: House met at half-past three. Benches had pretty much their old appearance. So had the members on thiem. Kellett has gone over to the Opposition cross benches. Groom, as a humble; Groom should do, had a stall all to himself in the same direction. Briinstone seemed to be iia the air. I Things couldn't have felt much more uncomfortable during the corona tion ceremony of the Czar. And the end for the present has fizzled out just as the Czar's business has done for, the present. > - There was the swearing of Norton and Chubb, and the pro forma Bill abotit Personations and Other Frauds at Elections. ' ' .. '.'V Cooper, Kingsford, Jessop, M'llwraith, and Black, were appointed a Committee to fraTne an Address in Reply. By a lucky. coincidence they hit upqn exactly the same Reply as the Peers." Who shall say that the age of miracles is past? :7" 7'' 7. <'. ? Mr. Black moved: lihe. adoption of , the. Address in Reply. Hp was sorry fp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

BRABANT & CO., 76 & 78 CHARLOTTE STREET, BRISBANE; . ? ? ' -ASl>i i A. e.. 29 GREAT ST. HELEN'S, LONDON, E.C. ? IMPORTERS, . > - ' f" OF . ^ * . . ? - GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ' -*-1 SOLE AGENTS IN QUEENSLAND . FOR BASS'S- f BURTON-ON-TRENT ALE, in hogsheads. ANDREW MULLER, BbeIiek LAGER BIER. B, & E. PERRIER, CnALtms CHAMPAGNE. v .. LECOQ FRERESr^ COGNAC. ' A. YVON i^tlABORlAU-r " .; ^ j.\ Grollet (Castte J3R ANDY, in <ju$^r-casks and-flasla.,' VDCLARETS, "? u . VD, VDO, VDJ,VD2,;VD3, VD4. r. W. COZfeNS- {;. " ' ? Jkrbk db Fronxkm. SHERRIES. W. &? J.:«RAHAK;J:4K)^!.v - OPORT0 POB3?SM^ *. :... A. G. THOMPSON A;<JO.,GLASGOW ROYAL BLEND'WHISKY, «nd ? i OLD JAMAK^&U*!. -<_. ? . SIEGERT & SONS, TaiwflxAD-** : ». i; ANGOSTUBA#ltt®JjtS^ v. U W. A. ROSR &;C9.^'--^'vO --?! ;,i ; $.« GINGER""AJiE'/"?^ >. ; :'V & -Of '. LIME JUICE CORMAL t SARSAPARILL%w Hi £? :i j BASPBERR_VMGAR,in& '...

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Dear Old Lumley once more. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

Dear Old Lumley once more. LUMLEY HILL, our own dear' harlequin,bucks be cause he has been accused of treachery [Laugh here! ] -political treachery, of course, beitundersfcood. Atid he cannot^ in the least, comprehend why the ac cused should be-M'llwraith! [Please explode here! J It is true that Lumley always did the slop-wort of. the old squatting party, who, to suit their own ends, supported. M'llwraith, and who, to suit their oivn ends, have now entered into the " Unholy Alliance" with Stagnant Sam Griffith. It is true that Lumley was. in Parliament three years ago when M'llwraith brought forward a Bill providing for the construction of Land-Grant Railways. It is true that Lumley didn't sp^ak upon the second reading of the Bill, and confined his comments to the expression, in Com - mittee, of a fear that a certain line wouldinierfere with his run It is true that; Lumley was thus a party to the passage of that measure. It is true that Lumleiy has now "ratted," and abuses M'llwrait...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. At half-past three the Acting-President (hon. D. F.. Roberts) took the chair. There was some hard swearing by new members; some reports as dry as-(but more truthful than)-Tele graph leaders were laid on the table ., a formal bill about Toll Bars was read a first time, ,and Forrest, Gregory, Foote, Maepherson, and Morehead, retired for a short period-about as long a time as a deUberate individual might take to get to the Refreshment Room, have a snifter, and return. But.,tliey. were a deliberative, and; not a deliberate Committee, so, of, course, they only ; went to prepare am Address in Reply. This said that his Excellency ^ wasn't a bad sort-it would be diffifenlt for hiin to bean 'excellency if lie were -that the Peers were sorry for Sir-Arthur Kennedy's death, and that' they were going, to Settle down to busi ness. .; " ' j; Hon. W. Forrest moved the adoption of the Address in Reply, saying he was in faviQur pf Land-grant rail ways, of r...

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Sammy alias Chinky. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

Sammy alias Chinky. Now, here's some neatelection logic, You'll find it yerj hard to dodge (hie !). Now, when a man " stands Sam," I think "Toti will allow lie " stands " some " chink." Therefore, my flrpt position am, That " chink "'s synonymous with " Sam." ? Remember now the enclid rale, They drove into your mind at school, "If you add equals "--mark the sequel 1 " To equals, then the ' sums' are equal." I think my readers must admit That this ere logic is a fit. Before I move another peg, ? One more digression I must beg. See that on Which the masters hang wage-*' The science of the English language. " Declining " words of certain kind, .. There's certain rules to bear in mind. ...... To some, when adding, you must trouble The final consonant to double. , And right amongst the midst of them There stands the fattish letter " m." If, therefore, you to "Sam" would add, Adouble-eminust straight be had. rThus, if to " Sain " you add a " my " Yoix'rfe really only adding "y." . '. My l...

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HOW WE ARE GOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 30 June 1883

THE first noticeable symptom on Tuesday morning that anything extraordinary was going on in the "responsible" circles-("responsibility" to whom? by-the-way)-by whom .Queensland is governed was the unusually large number of plug-tats that Were promenading the streets, notably in that thoroughfare yclept George probably, after George Washing ton, because it conducts the wayfarer to that cele brated establishment where they " cannot tell a lie." rTlie next unusual feature of city life were the large numbers of customers who poured into and streamed' - out of the hairdressing and shaving establishments that morning. Eli Bradby did nothing else but sing out in his pleasant way, " Walk right in, Sir/'-as if a man was likely to walk " left" in, or " wrong " in or wink to the lady at the counter when a shilling customer was trying to pass out on a simple tanner. Happening to go into that establishment myself, in tent on having my Bandmann-like locks amputated with a grisly double guillotine...

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