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

. WotlcBkopB, fcDWAtLD-STREET} • "?' StoroaandOfficeB/EA-GLE-STEEET, :' ■' ■ BRISBANE. . 8 0 N BR O'T ■fe'?V. George 'Watsoar, J'fUfrE6tawMbai8^. ^ ;Yjt; .House and Ship Plumbers, Gasflttere, Zinc and Galvanised .Iron Workers, Metal ' Merchants,'*®. • ImjjorterBof Galvanised, Corrugated and Plain [ron„Sheet' . , Pipes, Galvanisea Iron Tubes ' 1 *' andPittings, Water' > ■ and < v --V , . Gas Fittings/ &c. : Large and Varied Stoek of T^hite, Printed, Gold, andf-Whitfe and^MafbleJiavatory, . Washhandand Cabinet Basins, , . Urinals,andSinks. Manufacturers of allkiridsof Spbuting, Gutter ing, Bidge Capping, Mouldings, Ac. -' Tanks made from 10 to 10,000 gallons. A competent Staff of Workmen only kept, and * the Trade supplied on reasonable terms. Country Orders receive special attention. , Agent for Messrs. Billing & Co.'s "SunDial" ; Gas Cooking Stoves and Boilers. INSPECTION mVITED . ' Just arrived alargeslockof FaiicyGaEalierB, Beading and Hall Lamps, Bra...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Bothered Publican. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

U -if.i . , ' , J* ,v, ,i i ,M -.VI ,U#! .-7 - '-Y I hold a liceiisl3:li> iSFdf jpa&ft^ri~niy first : my last. Now"* fortibe %oubIe. The^^jrmaiifen Police have made it their special business to annoy Fme. I have neverAeld,a ljcense before • therefore, I don't know much ^o^t|Tl|e 4C|* beena carrier afl ray life, andnave worked'hard for the few pounds I posses^. I have&lwaysjtaidtny w£y ?M4 fiftieth liked ^C?respeflfc$i by customers. Iiam not exaggerating ; my business, tells me so, I allow no disturbances to ta%i^aWin my house; and, owing to the orderly conductof those frequenting rtiy; hotel, I have been so far^r^ii^i as not to have ha4. a quarrel in the place. Jy6)ose^ 12 o'clock, keep ;i£y,3 igbt-burning; but,,|^ ^i(^^f^is,,i have two ' i(fiOmetiines three) jpoliefemen'fol3 cp tor watch my hotel. Theycrawf-pfr (toQm^;£erailLah, ai|^J$j£n up against the house to listen to. what myfoustomers are saying. They, are <continuaU^.! ^autionin^ .me—what for,; ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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THIRD LESSON. Advice to the Storekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

Third Lesson. Advice tolthe Storekeeper. Fours is far from being an independent position, but you should endeavour to make it so, as much as feasible, Hence, stick a notice up, that you will only setve oiitthe storesljetweencertain hours, and keep to these. Even should a man o'ome in from a distant part of the run who wants to get a pipe, refuse to give it to him/if after ydur hburjs.- If' you comply once, you will have to do so again. Of course, you never need to pay for your own s tobacco, matches, or writing-paper. Always be surly'when boundary nders or the like come in to be Served. Reniember, that if they buy anything which afterwards proves to be shoddy, they will blame you for selling it, not the station, so take your revenge in advance. If a boundary rider mates himself particularly obnoxious, you can pay him off on his ration day. Pick out such beef for him, that he will be sorry he did not be. more polite to you. Never, let a, ration bag be taken out of the store unless yo...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Advice to Dwellers on Western Stations. BY MAK. GEBURN. "Let: Nothing You Dismay." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

Advice to Dwellers on Western Stations. Br Mak. Gebubn. "Let| Nothing Yon Dismay*" 1—To the Mauagcjr. 2-ri-To the Overseer. 3—To the Store-i keeper. 4—To the Jackaroo. 5-^-T6 the Boundary Rider," 6—To the Shepherd. 7—To the Bouseabout. 8—To the Shearer. 9—To theWool_ Prefer. 10—To tbe Bouse* about in Woolshed. 11—To thie Wool OltwBei'. /l^—Td j the Man seeking election as HL.li.A, for a Western District.

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

Sold Again! , S. Herbert advertised at 'Charters Towers that' he would lecture, at the School of Arts, on " The Main Chance/' A numerous assemblage of tiie curious having taken up their listening position, Herbert, first ascertained that'the doors were closed—a wise precaution-~ahndunced that the chance alluded to was that of having their lives assured, while he was about. On hearing this proclamation, numbers of the audience cleared out, including those who knew all about it, and those, who neither knew, nor wanted to know. But the orator proceeded, nevertheless, and introduced the subject of the South Sea Bubble, which was very pertinent, of course, and entertained the non-seceders for a while, until he commenced to go into facts and figures. Then there was a genera! exodus cf the assured and unassured, who like to at tend to that sort of thing in business hours, and go to tbe-Sohool of Arts for mental entertainment.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOURTH LESSON. Advice to the Jackaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

Fourth Lesson. Advice to the Jackaroo* To adapt yourself properly to your work, you must, firet of all/learn to speakthe language of the bush. You will find it easy to pick up. Thus, when you are becoming tired of your occupation you should say that you are "close up full'up." When asked at table if you will have some pudding* jreply "my oath " if you want any, and V no fear " if you do not; If you eveyxeturn to your home, the way, in which you have mastered the language, will jprobably as* tonish your friends. Always talk very big about your family at home. If you come from England,'allude to your cousin, the JSarl, on every possible occasion, whether you have an Earl, as a! cousin? or not. • This will endear you to 6 very body; who is not bo lucky. A vety good thing to do, also, id to abuse the food of the station, say that the servants at home would! refuse to eat such muck; -you cannot tell whether they would or not, but, if you keep on repeating this you may get someone tobe li...

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

Smallpox Scare. Thejpe has been a smallpox scare at Thursday Island. A coloured m£&> resident':pa theisfopd, was attacked.'with.'a suspicious complaint, which bred angiy4ookmg pustules, that looked like indications of smallpox. The Govern ment Resident, the hon. John Douglas, acted with commendable promptitude. The siqk man 'was at once isolated and fumigating precautions were taken. There being no legally qualified medical practitioner on Thursday Island, Douglap sought the advice of the doctor on board the Wistow Hall steamship, -which was in £he port at the tune. Considering the geographical importance of Island, and. the large shipping business done there, it is high time theGo vernment stationed a medical man at that port. A continuance of Sam Griffith's niggardliness in this respect may, some day, cost the colony , of Queensland very dear—:may cost, indeed, in a few weeks, fifty times the yearly salary a medical man would require to be induced to stay at Thursda...

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

TO Stand this Season at Marie Vale Stud Farm, Bo wen, the Im ported Clysdale "STAR OF HOPE," By Aryle; dam, Nannie M'Bonald. "v : Star of Hope is allowed by competent j ud gest, to be one of the best, if not the best colt in the | Colony. J Terms : Only a limited number taken, £5 Ssii 5 Also ' The Thoroughbred Horse "TRANBY," - By Tocal j dam, Lxurline, G.S. ^Sie Barb: G.Oi Quail, dam of King Quail and Sea Quail, •whose performances in Victoria and - New Zea land are well known. Terms: £33s. J.C.CEOPTON,; To Stand This Season, M' The Blood Horse if;; > W A R| A RX, L BY WARLIKE (imp.) (sire of Proctor, Yatley, &c.), outT of Sagacity, by Happy Land out of Forget-me-not; Happy. Land by Pitsford (imp.)-outof Fair Australia j■Forget me-not by Counterfeit out of Maid of Capgi; Counterfeit by Jaggler (imp.) out of Emuline; Maid of Cangi "by Abdol itamon, imported Arab out of Blue Bell by Golianna^ soivof Rous', Emigrant.. - • J. TB£MS: £4 4s. .^..3'y - ALSO, The Biot)d Horse* J...

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A Taroom Tangle. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 12 September 1885

A Taroom Tangle. '-sU' W ■■ < Fuller correspondence from Taroomsheds!further light on theyeoentstolen- -i wire cases there. The whole is a curious pickle. ; : vv; ! U ' « The town. reservewas encroached uponby a number of persons; who blooded. 1 up several thoroughfares. Amoagst others, the Taroom police jiomped: some of the reserve, and erected a fence upon it. A number of Taroom people wrpte to .-.i C. B. Button, the Minister for Lands, and asked whose duty it w;as; to open the obstruction fences and unauthorised enclosures. Dutton repliedjthat the duty developed upon the Taroom Divisional Board. The Board (thereupon instructed ; ■: its secretary, S. E. Pointon, to demolish the fences. Pointon removed part of : the Police fence, and got summoned for his pains and foed iU. is. ; • Pointon not only demolished the Police fence, but took -away some ofr the > ; wire of which it was composed; Other ; people also got hold of the. loope wire . ■. ■. that was lying about. The...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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A Milk and Water Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

A Milk and Water Joke. Richard Fraser, a milkman residing at the Rocky "Waterhol63, was fined £8 the other day, by ihe Bris bane Police Magistrate, for weakening bis milk with water. Fraser prides himself upon being1 a witty " mtfeskin man/' and he determined togiveProfessor Pepper, who analysed his milk, a *' one-r" by way of a reciprocal compliment..! 5. So, inr|aen. Professor pepper had convinced the Bgnch by his elaborate details of analysis, " moleskin" Fraserremarked sarcastically:—"Ha, ha,! If Professor Pepper was only clever at bringing down rain from the clpud^s. with his electric kite, as lie.-is'.at• ju^iog;i-^\i#tpi3f4.• sis, we poor milkniea wouldn't need to wa^r-Spojc/ * milk." And¥raser; afterwards declared that the was well worth losing £8 over,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

teiiou ■■ --HMwBi)Ties^'ikMiLi-• \'<,w , . 'H'ili'•('•; a". ■■ - It Vf* •£$▲ tfjf''' 6 *IS*'HtSf B I;.¥, W All L.L A'u;. V 1 N:'.B ¥? A S^p;: , I P S W I <3 H.: COACH & iBUGGY BUILDER. : m AT>T>RlCk5S ; -. ■" ■'■ '■ ■■'■ S' ■' '.;■ H^HENEICKSGNj ___ "' ■ '■":' *'' j",J'.'.-i-" ^r»! mti&tigszszms&ma^^ (Opposite' East, Ipswich State. School.)■■ • ■■■'. -frSUifrt ft t *'••.< •' t •■ -tp f -t tjtr» ■' ■- -■'" •■■.:;<■■'<■■ ■ '■ ... ' ' ■ ' .-'. ■■ ■ I,.,iV COENER Or LEICHHABDT AND WHARE gTEEETS, JBBISBANE.r „ '" ;•' JAMES i M^AMl^^bte iof^^Le^ari^es^Hdtel^ ^yriipie,'and the Sl&miock Hotel Valley j' The Lessee .would respectfully intimate that from- his 'long experience in Hotel Business, that he,is,well^ble to guage the wants-of his patrons to their ° entire satisfaction. The fcom fotts df iiomemll to provided, while the. cellars will he kept replete with the* choicest brands o liquors only. ' "...

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Hanging and Waking a Bank Clerk. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

Hanging andWakl%aBanlt Clerk. Some r6wdy jackaroos were cavorting around Hughenden last month. , IThey ^ereplways fooling around and getting up JOiie^of theit^ practical jjokes was nearly becoming a practical choke, and, ending seriously. THeyplayed it very low down on young Morey, who is gooa-natured enough to stand a good deal of sky larking. Morey lay fast asleep on bis bed, in the innocent slumber of a bank clerk, whose ledger is balanced O.K., when the fiends found him.. They tied him dowa. tp his nmttress by passyag ropes round. Then, by a further arrangement of the rope's-ends they had the mattress " slung," and the ends passed over the room-partitions on either side, into adjacent chambers. Then they hauled ma.tr tress and Morey aloft to his own eeilinsr. The ierfe < w tj . _ «| ' - up woke him. It did more. It broke tlie rope near one end, and, slap! down slid the foot end of the m$tti;ess, leaving Morey suspended in the air by one turn of the rope, a bight of wh...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro And Punch
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Petronius' Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

Petronius' Advice* Whereas his son profession meet would Hav®'^ This sober counsel wise Petranius gave ■ ■ (Portly Petronius famed for sculpture, who. ■,< > From Albion's whited cliffs a tribute drew I) 1 Let neither stick nor stone thy horbage draw j Be thine the Hart of Bruce and practice Lawf , lor, though thy soul, religious motives sway, To gratify thy bent, behold the way ! Thus may thy piety ample scope, And thou mays't Pattter-son berole a Pope ! Thus to supcess thy passage mays't thou whittle, And ho Mein Power be Thynne, although thdu'rt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

;i;®BOS.p BOTTJ 3 •:•: .••■■,i.V V.: r- •• ■'< OF THB ' ■ . l-.. ffiOYAfc? BANK OF QUEENSLAND, i.a<liJ.v3i - - (LmiXBl)), tTo1t)6 T&eorjjorafced Under the Companies' Aetol 1863, Limitingthe Liability J ' *©t\ " "< % * ' AUTHORISED CAPITAL: ;£1 ^QDOjOpO in l^WXK) SHAKES OF i£10 EACH, Of which amount it is proposed to call up at present £150,000 by the Issue tif 56,000StiaiW to the Public,' paid "up to the extent of £3 par Share, as follow 10s;o>n-appKcMibn;20s. oil allotment, tod 3<)s. within three months from date of allotment. No further call shallbe nmde • payable for .at least six months from thedate x>f allotment. The Directors may make a farther issue, of Shares at their discretion. Inany farther allotment, the Shares mil 1je first offered to the original proprietor in proportion to the number of Shares for which they originally subscribed. . '"''-V . :;:v^ ; ; Hon. WilliamMiles.M.L. A.,Chairm&n Pi Jfcates, Esq.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

; -'V-YAWMA ' t-u?i % /£OTJT&£./, 1; ij. ,V f> :'ruiiy$Y U-Iii %r.:jyj BURNS, :•"'•'•• iNSUBANe^'l^^^^-p '*[;<: .i/ifjj J/'J -r:i-'.--i""iiVr Vi.!.; {ysfcjj, •41^ a>, &;'•" j?ikiT oi' ■hitii.'h'Uik} %'i Sydney,: .^Brisbane, Normaiiiton, Townsville, . Charters Towers, Burirefcown, Cairns,. Thursday Island^ ^PortjMorepby^ j<3«ral«i<. .*?••,!i.'te W- 5.i.V.!.a>j». •«oj.5'-H-|UK iui:: i ■'•iiyav Vfifi. 'iv-fiiAXli i'jii ul,i Yoi'i J Ijiilj VitfUv Besides "ment of ■Assort-/ GENERAL MERCHANDISE ■ ' !Tvf. /. f f»i ;1Ad : | . ii s- *•« STATIO N REQXJ IE^SMEN t¥, AIiWAYS XK STOCK, '■ V,-. W ■■"■.'■'"•'■ iin ' '■ " 1 AGENTS FORTECE IJNDERMENTIONED IN TOWNSVTLLE Colonial Sngar ^etBe^Kv^ ' -^'IlWzalth, M'Eacharn & Cdi/Iipindohis-' '- - Gibb, Livingstone & Co., Hongkong Chattoiejl^^ S$Dg$p$fe: /•/>! \j i. R ytm. S.A. ... ■Wln.Dafaeld&Co.,Adelaide . W. B. Cave & Co., Adelaide Gale&iFriend, London ...

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Fourth Lesson. The Jackaroo (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

Foubth Lessok. ; r The Jackaroo* (Continued.) If you do not know how to ride, do not confess it. A very little practice will bo6tl show you hbw to mount witliout finding your head facing the horse's tail. 'The rest is easy as long as you arehotgiven an unruly horse, whenit will be his fault if you Gconeoff. "-n ' ■■■ ■■■ ■'■> If you do know, or think you know, which is much the same thing,, you should n&ver bease tailing. about whia-t you used' to do at froine with the hounds. Bead a few of Whyte Melville's novels, and you will find it wonderfully easy-to talk flueiitly oil tWsub-1 je6t; Say that yoii^do not ^hisider' a man a good rider because he can sit a buck-jumper, and remark that what you like toeee is "eood hands*' i As this is an uncommon "gift among bush Horse men, you may speak at length, on the subject, and always maintain that they do not know • the ABC of horse-breaking yet. Hint, without saying so, that you are the best rider on the station. Any remark 'ybu ...

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Miners' Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

Miners' Grievances. The miners of Queensland are up in arms against the Government proposal to tax machinery. Every patriotic jQi^eenslanxler ^cognises the immpnger value of Jli| jum atfe, Mf. the present/time, pw^icuIteNyfiti^lilied ^ feej grat&-;: ful to .miners. The persistent drought that has evaporated all vitality og£ th^ r«^dicul|ural pastoral industries for "so!n6 %ears 'pfc&t iW mMe Queensland more than usually thankful for its great ininewlfreeour^es, and mpre than ever appreciative of the|^v^^^jTh^: Pimakent%y:i^plesent%ciirei i of ttfe^peojfe nave^sd far acknowledged this feeling, that tbey have induced the Government to promise to provide a small fund for travelling mining lecturers, instead of frittering it awav rn half developed Schools ~df „ It is true that feilly Miles, the MittfoferToi*' Mmeei'-di&n't IMie^fe iii'tW scheme for lectures. He implored Norton, the Mem ber for Port Curtis, and forward in the Assembly, "1k> withdraw his resolu ...

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Advice to Dwellers on Western Stations. “ let Nothing You Dismay.” [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

Advice to Dwellers on Western Stations By Mak. Gbbubn;. " let Notltiiog Yon Dismay*" 1—To the MnuBger. 2—To tliie Overseer, - 3—To the Store keeper. 4—To the Jackaroo.; 5—To the Boxuidai^r Kider. 6—To the Shepherd. 7—To the Eouseabbut. 8—To' the Shearer. 9—To the Wool Preesier. 10i—To the Bouse about in Woolshed. 11—To the, Wool Classer., , 12—To the Man seeking, ejection, as' M.L.A. (or » "Western District. 's ;,i '<

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Jumping Mount MORgan [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

Jumping Mount Dl^rgan Thus a correspondent :— Eockhampton is in its normal dead-and-alive con dition, with the exception that numerous parties are jumping Mount Morgan, in imitation of the examples previously set. The people who vjump^'fiif the second time are, half of them, publicans and, store keepers and other sinners; and their claim must rest on asubstantial basis, or be believed to do so, since a one-twenty-eighth shate has been sold for the sum of £2000! A committee, appointed to manage a- ball at Charleville, had some very important and vexing questions to decide the other: night; After a solemn discussion on the subject of fowls and quadrilles, tarts and polkas, sponge cakes and waltzes, and custards and varsovianas, which got strangely and perplexingly mixed up, a difficulty occurred as to which of the "wee sma' hours" should see the termination of the festivities. One member suggested 3 a.m., but this was generally voted too early altogether. Another said even 5 would be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 19 September 1885

.'.OW "Jvv •' Now Landing and to' Arriyfe. Ex s.b. " Dolce of Argyle.'Vr,, B. FOSTER, \ ' SONS' JLMJJ QUABTS ... ••';/; A|fl> PINTS. Mait V7C;;. J. D. K.Z:^/26rQin r •Old Tom ■ : Ale and Stout - Ex "Oakllbf AWrporn." Malt Foster's Ale, quarts and pints Old Tom GxilEm'8 'Ale' and' Stout Ex" Scottish Knight," Mait Sherrys. . .. Bicker's Brandy. v Encore Whiskey Shetland Blend Whiskey case and bulk. - ^ Ex ''Priauw*"! - 3ohn Jameson & Sons' Whiskey. Tejn & Cameron's Whiskey; < , ', l Tochineal Whiskey. r* . . ... 4 ^ : Hennessey's Brandy j j Jam&i<&B>um v . ; h « ^ i Angostura Bitters Si c •Port ^ - - :J i: - ••.•.•• -■■■■. .■; Sherry -ii --i •" Hams _ ... ... ... *•»« griffin's Ale and Stoat ""': PERKJN$&CC^RAN?T? 101, MAST- S T E |S, E 1? *SUSBAlfE Baflon&lBaiik * \.*i : ■< i' '■ j ' LIMITED. bioozporated onder the Companies Aofc,1868 Bankers to the Government ofQtieeiisland. Authorised Capital Sub...

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