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Bell's Lite in Queensland "And pray what is a gentleman without his recreations?" —OLD SONG. DATES CLAIMED FOR 1883. RACING FIXUTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

-OLD SONG. DATES CLAIMED FOB 1883. ^BACXN8ISE,IZTUBAII''^'.T Clarence Stiver Turf.Glub (Si^W.) >W. RockbaTfiptort JoekeyClub;' '-'v.. ... Charters Towers J.C. ... T«^prea«ffl|eytt Do\ras JockejClub) SouxB. warrego^Cunnamuila) ... Nanaugo Bacing Club ... ... Goondiwindi Mulgrave Bacing Club (Bundaberg) Townsville Turf Club Isisford J. C Boulia T. C. ... Maryborough Turf Club Hmrgominaah Gympie Cloncurry ic^xr;>Spnnr(N:s^r:y V.E.C. 8pring (Vic.) July 11-12. July 12-13. July 17-18, Julyl8-W. July 18-rl9. July 24-25. July 25-26. July 25-26. %r~ ~ 9^10. August 15-16. August 16-17, August 28-29. 'SeptVI^WS. Nov. 8-6-8-10.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

THE QUEENSLAND OCTOPUS.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

t ? ? mm m a m m mm 4A (97 Queen Street, for First-clasa Watches of every description. M ' l%l I |j w\ \m I Jfit, -J HENRY L. DAVIS, 97 Queen Street, for Colonial Gold Wedding Rings and Keepers. ? ???iBvIA ? mmm. W I (.Ladies' Engagement Einga, Diamond Rings, &c.f Silver Jewellery of Elegant Designs. ? (WATCHMAKEE AND MAIMUFACTUEINGt JEWELLEB, 07 QUEEN STREET, BEISBANE, IJ pi L V ] English Patent Lever Watches, with five years' guarantee (Silver), £5 5s., £6 6s., £7 7s., £8 8s" £10 10*. ? r%. W I(. po. do. do. do. (Oold>, £15 15s., £21, £25, to £85. . . - -uwueg uny. wjnciemeu a * uw» «u»u «w»vv»hi«i, : HESTEY L. DAVIS for Ladies' Pine Gold Brooches, Earrings, Bracelets!, N&cklefcs, and Lockets. wmmmm " are mixed with therefore, three tLnee thfc leverage like Tea or Coffee.

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, JULY 7, 1883. Sam as a Slave-driver. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

(t F ear Go d ; Speak evil of none; Stick to tlie Truth; and never be done." ^yfisBANE: SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. Sam as a Slave-driver. j Let the -working men of the colony thoroughly understand the estimate Samuel Griffith-the Leader :©f'Ijbhie,Opposition, the Stagnant who has audaciously asBuxped to himself the name erf a Liberal-forms of the white laborers of Queensland. Let every one become ihorougkly awake to the/legislation that this political . 3uggler proposes for the/benefit of the white working population. ? ^ ' Stagnant Samuel's last .promulgation is that Coolies are not as servile laborers in our tropical regions. But he has a Wonderful and Distasteful Substitute. It is his own inventicjn. He has hewn it out of his own political ^iaairries with a hesitating hand, after having tried to eoq*#te ;on every other branch of the co]or^vla%OK<|^l^)a^:';il^|} it is his very own inven tion, no ina.|ter how late in the day he has dropped upon it. /jSatn propWee, to To Flo...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

1 PERMANENT ENLARGEMENT £X . 0® , .. ' ,v> - ' - -I .» FIGARO." ' \ THE PRICE remai.jjb Unaltered. ; I havc,this;day enlarged by eight pages, thus giving . . I s 24 PAGES FOR 3d, This will give ine more spa«e %:"5yhicli to give racy Parlia mentary repotts, under the 3a^ing:6f : -wrc^aCr© Ch»T«rned. circulation |of Fi(ijliid§-for la^dmonfcli averaged Five ; Thousand ;cbpie$S-%eek, ^iia^toayMi%^xpeot;this to double during jfche trciieirient of^firliameiitliha'the eleetioiis. '< .4^ ^ Any farther ;ii^rmat)da%|ULient -'vSid&so's unprecedented success ?cari be'i.%)btain£!&;/{&om /ink'-' Publishers, MESSES. Gtordonand GotCH, or my Printers; MESSRS. WARWICK AND SAPSFORD. ,.' TO SPORTSMEN. ? Imbrder to give,FiGARO ;an Mditional sptirt, I am making arrangements with.*' HERMIT" to attend the country meetings onm#,behalf. v.'/ ..' IH ^ & 3TIGAEO PRIZE COMPETITION. THE sum of ONE GUINEA will be giveii every week for the best suggestion for a Cartoon...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

ARfsDECORATION IN BRISBANE. -?"? "=2C83-"«=- -c. The progress !df .Art mayoiing colony is invariablyslow. Art is the child, of affluence,. and the subjugation of the rugged face of nature is a work to which every young nation has been compelled for many, a long year to bend, its .utmost strength. '. Roads and Harbours must be made or improved, breakwaters constructed) rivers deepened, docks excavated;, forests removed, hills tunnelled. These ;are matters of the first importance, and even were Unlimited Capital in the possession of the colony/yet population is Blow to increase, and thus the nation cannot emerge Bpeedily from the utilitarian era as from a hideous nightmare. 1 Unfortunately, visitors from the old world cities are frequently either lacking in the charity or in the logical faculty winch would otherwise have made this all clear to them,- and they - speak of, the "death of national ideality," and " growth of national taateriaHsih;" .they complain of our Treeless - streets,...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

>3l Bfi >iq sl-i-til i<t.'v.'{.-.!-.' (JSSOSU « -:f, r ih«tm :'.'I .-iTr.^.-v! r -tk ?.ytur. jyJ-«r I'Slf Mv :.- . " I.'; m «..>'...?.:>' «; Wtro " . .? ' ./'f.ftifiPMyfH ' .n "v'J'-'-.j'* ' y M -«-i 4t i?i Hip-'vud- \>.U i*;t -i -rpr-> '-u /i j ' " ... * $ tstfV, }, v'i nt:>1 lr: *# :? "A I # / \ ? i A i ! J-:1 J! atVv":-}- i -if-; f!0 i'.J-'-'S r. f r? - ? . j > nS h ni V!|! !1 : r - - ,-Sv -TJ.-fin <i -,:ft l» <i{* -" 'if p.iU .! ?; v -.-fT' ?ji ?( .. ...'"' .. .?'Hitr'id'i 'i'r r-.5'/0.<.>»?.. .?<' f in."** .ivinUtz-ru:.'. ;..rmt ... ? io'i???J-iix'1: " . S"«fi tt.»m II '. J .,"00.1 ... - ... . .. ??..?h-.-i-w-tf £:.'? ^~>ti U. . 1;sr!L'T'jX'j lf>: r !.'! -r!JT!i .'jrftBUi : I'c'i Vs; :T r-if- ,.>.'>*« X'ji-! v*f*A. '?V ? i) ,r ../ ?????/' .T«mU vil T»£ t'lliuv? -.?! j I i/i {:ii 'P.! y l-.i A'.'l.' l ii< 1 ViCi'. ril'sUfj.; I .i>,'!? ; , . f * r ? t *' I J4 '?*1 .! I, «i ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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A Word to the Member for Stanley. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

;4L { I have" rie^the* time 'riot; ^a6e;t(i! depots' tdr jjfak, . $[r: tellefctj; this |week; (liutj "M, layTiiext fesiiieVIiahall jr6u were 'tn^ post ^virtdfent aiid;<peirais teiit a'dvbcate of 'tlio^6 ; dismissals' froifr '^Ke' railway workshops,. at Ipswjiph. I' '^hall:' also1 Hihifcd' the peo^i&W tiffe fklgfirwhen Griffith, from his place in thfe Htiiife;5 ^ito1fed !'to\^Ti^ <lheii'Sitting 'wi'i'flte ^ Ministerial BfeWchies^iiii'Sff^itfedv There5 isamfein .whb ! dictes hot1 \ evisrif 'Wpffebfeiit * himself;Wi .'Griffith rVniaatif. ? Vvf1 M11MW Hi n.f.' <Wi TisWrOSOTi find i Wirtr Jnaliiia With'< Dhe' exe&gtibn' bf Gowlisha^Ty'!! kn&W < *>f no uiain1 Who liafe - so - persistently represented 'himself as ' jfrtiu liaye1' done. However/1 "will1 hairfe' ii fata 'Mth you inext we6k.! v,? -v . ?:< . , -!?. V . ,j (|.,n" . siVf'-si-:: J''! i-i'iii; .$ .<!'? '?>. *!"- ..*£#: ..«!/ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

:\q TOCOMPOSITORS. WANTED/ a vCOMP^SIToCr fp«n£n!Mient; employment to a goad hand. '. ? WARWICK & 8APSF0RD, "1 Printers, &c.y Eagle Street, E XT R 0 P E A N H O T E L . I fit i: ' QUEEN aTBEET.^ |J»I Al for acoomkhodatioif ?and general matiagC-! ment.^5:...rr >?.. Just ;urtifed,a consignment of his$alebrated; -.is;:-; ?;<> *>Sv ; h\i ???>-> ill-i. ui-"' .^;h-'Ww;^ (SuocoBSortoW.; J. Paob), , DISPENSING JM FiSftLY (JHEMlST, ".!j »'ji ?.!!:>.. j ; :QDBBN»!ND:QBOBGESTftEyTS,, ,' '[ BEOS! respectfully to . call nttantionoto< his; ... Large j&nd Varied.^soH?P9»ts<>£ ?» ; , > hi f I. i *; ; ? -t DBUG9 and CHEMICALS,.: 47 V i ? SUfiGtiCALiNST^&feftTfcC '"li . .:v<l AND DRUGGISTS', SUNDRIES. -tuai at rnrJ-Sw "TUe Stock bag been selected l da'ra-froih the boW; Iirindtin'Hoiiee's: itAfl ^ Of almost/ evfcry.article usually sold by Whole sale and Seta.il Druggista. The Dispensing Department is sp...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY/JUNE 28;- «/ - Chair taken'at half-past three . m Hon. J. F. M'Dougall, Acting-President, bowed' his thinks to Councillors for having-elected him Presiding Chairman.' ,?< ... r..:; . lie announced that the Acting-Governor had made a sweet rejoinder to their Address in Reply. A fortnight's leave of absence was granted to J. C. Heussle*, on account of ill-health; and a month to W. Pettigrew, on account of urgent private business. It was fixed that the ordinary sitting days:-for the Chamber should be Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Aud now the faithful, close recorder,) ' Must beg to know if it is fitting/'" That ifc should need a Standing Order*/ -}./ . , . To fix the usual days of sit'tiiig f " ^ Committees appointed i^'Standing" Oftte/v.^Preaiding Chairman, Hart, Mein, Gregory, and forehead. Joint . Library/-Presiding 'Chairman, Walsh, and Morehead. Refreshment BoomsJ--Presiding Chairman Heuasler.ond O'Dohefty. Parliamentar^SulfdiH^s.^Vre&\d...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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The Queensland Octopus. (Vide Cartoon.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

i - | - -? ---- -<- ? The Queensland Octopus. par toonA * A tatfe o£ madden p&r$-# i i 5 0f i4aid?ta pare akd. i ?"' Bear Teaaerj; I am stife" You'll marvel at her history. A maiden pure, I eay, Who thought 110 man would rogue her j But, on a luckless day, She fell in with an ogre. He viewed her maiden charms Withogresmilpsandpuckeraj ---nr . tvlT He had a dozen arms, . ».f/ : Ari&'eyery;fflri&:hiiflsufekersi ' : 'Thiiog^e'tfqne'wWd'Bparei, . ®&nsearam,' "J t iHis'jfood wnis msidens-Mr r: i f-= ?s-, -?!?',! . s (^e'd;8iiak,1;^l^e;^o<^fieomtth^aM. : i . Djxectly he espied -i sVri -nM 'i»f. This maiden out a-roaming, *3 He^ith; iiisti&tlfchy stride, ; , ? ,. A^rppoljefl her in jthq .glpaming,., .,.;, ,. - v, Heryjouthful jinnocence.-v. ,*.,f NVer filled his heart "with pity, ........ Or I'd have no pretence. . t .'?<???' >' ;To ere? write'this ditty*-7.- '' '* ' ' He had'no chivalry '' v. "n . * For maidens un...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Gladstone and New Guinea. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

:. * ; -f Gladstone and New Guinea. "We llkve all heardabput" *The Grand Old Man/' We all know his portmt when we see it. We heat of his' e'vefry doing", froin' his chopping down of a sapling' at Hawarden to his sanitary seclusion at Cannes. Alistraliaris'who' have never been to England know Gladstone intimately by repute, and can identify the particular almanack that is iniifetrated with hiis . por trait Without' hesitation.1'' Arid when anyone Speaks of ** The' 'Gfc&rid Oid Man]," iio Australian requires; to be toldwhois'toearit. -r'<<:>; ':<> -.-r^ / ?! Australians,5 &nd piirticiilarly Q.ueerisl&nders, are likely* to .want' to know' a gr£at deal morfe about the "Old Man and his Grandeur."'We, who don't bask in the immediate refulgent lightof his dazzling presence^; i^reTiot. lively to forgive :, , ! , V; His Last Grand Act. j ThisGrand Old; Man V ha^1 wilfully thrown; ajsyay the latest gpm presented to Her Majesty's I...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

Notice to the Public.-Talmage remarks, "Good books bring good morals; bad books bring bad- morals." This comment applies also to journals. Queen slanders who wish, to make a fresh start in life, fitted up with thoroughly renovated massive morals, should give a standing order to any respectable news-agent, for a supply of FIGAROS, and be . careful to get them.on. Fridays.. PLEA.SE TO NOTE THAT " FIGARO " is ISSUED AT 9 A.M. EVERT FRIDAY, and the subscription IB Twelve Shillings a year in advance. Gordon and Gotch, Publishers.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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ROUNDABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

When walking up and down the street. You with your sweetheart are, oh ! My lads thuswise your ears will greet " FIG-AHRO, Sir, FIG-AHRO ! " You'll scarce have gone a dozen yards, Had no time to prepare, oh! Another of these funny cards, -Will yell put thus-*-" FIO-AIR-O 1" A little further on you'll meet, A comical young nigger, who, Wili most unmusically bleat, " Who wants to buy a FIGGEROO ? " - You've scarcely got beyond his call, : , . You haven't ceased to snigger, oh ! When, lo ! another lad will bawl, " Sir, 'ere's the QUEENSLAND FIGAEO !" And now the moral I announce . To every city scion, . It Blatters not how they pronounce All you've to do is buy 'un ! \ Please put that in your little pipe, And smoke it till it's out, Whioh makes my mellow music ripe To turn the BOUND ABOUT. THE next mail steamer home will take over 53 tons ofBilver ore to London for the Eavenswood Silver Mining ?ompany. Shipment is valued at £1600. THE wreck of the Newcastle was sold at Thursday Island f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

CROWN LANDS SALES. fT>HE following LOTS of LAND will be offered, J_"' for sale by public auction, at the trndor-1 mentioned places, at Eleveu o'clock on the day specified, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. (Deposit, 20 percent). The Deed, Survey, and Assurance Fees /will be charged according to the scale established by the Act and Regulations. P. PERKINS. SALE AT MARTIN'S AUCTION ROOMS. BRISBANE. ON TUESDAY, THE 24TH DAY OF JULY, No. of Lot. No. of Allotment. TOWN LOTS. (Near the Kelvin Grove School.) County of Stanley, Parish of North Brisbane. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 to 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 2 3 to 5 13 0 1 18 ! 60 0 0. 1 24i 60 0 0 1 30*j 70 0 0 1 37f] 75 0 2 li 1 32 2 16 2 16 75 0 70 ft 90 O 90 0 Parish of Currigee, Town of Moondarewa4 Situated on the southern end of Sbradbroke, Island, opposite Southport. Price per 11 to 13 14 to 10 17 18 19 and 20 20 and 22 23 24 and 25 26 27 28 29 and 30 31 and 32 33 to 41 42 to 47 48 to 64 55 to 65 66 67 70 71 to 83 84 to 96 97 98 ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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HOW WE ARE GOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

1 , ; . , Now do legislators rant, ? - Rises high their party,wratli, Now in logic, now in cant, Bubbles up the frenzied froth. See the awful, awful" shine," They kick up on either side, Be Transcontinental Line, . Till the Speaker cries, "Divide!" ' On cross-bench, grim Groom reposes; AM he'geitly wags his ears, ! As he counts each party's noses, . i;,; r » Aad with winks his.Ssmuiy cheers Laud-grant battle now the: rule is, Dwarfed to nil are, other pleas, No one gabbles now of Coolies, Clean forgot are Sam's Chinese. * ? * ??? * LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUKE 28. Roll-up at twent y past three. The Speaker headed hon. members off to Government House, and made obeisance to Governor Palmer, as the recognised, head of thenation. Sir Arthur said that he was tol-lol, and thanked his faithful subjects for their unabated loyalty. This was regarded as a neat and original hit. He then added that hewas: quite sure they would bend their mighty intellects properly to their tasks-which, ...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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If I Were a Barber. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

a i f ife wanted to catch the next 'bus. . ;'-:i J,;}' 1 I would not put a mixture of sheep-wa^^bose ^t; castor oil, pig's liver, pole-cat paste, a n^ .^Wf<B^ida into an ounce bottle and label it, " Zxp^iif^jtosmii* enthericon, ueedbyher -Majesty Queen Victoria, nnd all the croiraed heads of Europe" GhQafl»njbee$? t§ make the hair grow in two days. . Price IOb.'* I would not, whilst shaving a nervous/v%tifftj crawl up on the back of his-chair and explain that I wanted to get out of the ? reach of the pink-headed snakes with blue bodies andgreen tails* that .were swwinizij^ about my l>opt&.' !^>v 1 I. would nbt, when ray^sfeop was" already ^row&§37 tell the last anxious enquirer th^itassistant would return in two minutes, when 1 knew ill my heart that he was'sent; to gaol *for two th'3 diiy before, for slitting up the slack of a ppliceman^g pants froaii Dan unto Beirsheeba:' ' ' :f ? r I would not telk apy?; respectable^ customer^mad, except special a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

1 ON QDEEHSTfiEET.BRISBiHE. *'. J',' f'i-f'j' \'n L;?. y'/; ,?:; ?.iirSBM.DfG jdjiu i" '?'? >> v ;; SELLING OFF ( j r-: -t j I . ?' v) } - ? l . JEWELLBBY ; ' : ; _ CqicMial QOLI) JE^VSTELLEEY : Sterling SXLYbB JEWELLEBY . MCSBjdCJBWELLESY ; .... 6^1S^iah LeT«t WATCHES, j Silvflflffigifflit Lever WATCHES V G614Wisite^i^CHBS ] Sliver yr&ti&?iiWA*£GWti8: - ^lilect6c®8 : American CL0C2# 8terling SILVEE KEiATE. : Mr. 1. FLEGELTAUB, late Goldsmith Hall Company, Bourke Street; Melbourne, hftac bf»nght the above Enormous Stock to Brisbane, frfc tlia above address, and will ; . SELL FOB FOUB WEEKS ONLY, ifjiidk j»e will Sell Goods Privately at pm^dfi^^ifeAnever wereknown. Beautd^fd ^fiWELLEBY, all set in lS-cafw Gofa; SSSifcof the Diamond' KINGS JE350& Grand Diamond LOCKETS, &*&&& BBOOOHEfl and , EAEBINGS, H^S&dfct . g&ACELETd. Acknowledged by Ih£ Fress fcftaPtlblki to be the Finest and ilK^ JS&gftmeicatt ...

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JUNE FIXTURES. FIRST TWENTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

JUNE FIXTURES. FIRST TWENTIES. July 7.-Excelsior v. Ipswicli... ~ 7.-Brisbane v. Wallaroos (Rugby) ... 14.-Brisbane v. Ipswich ... 14.-Excelsior v. Wallaroo 21.--Legals, Ac., v. Mercantile Co. 28.-Ipswich, T. Wallaroos SECOND TWENTIES. July 7.--Excelsior r. Rovers Point 14.-Excelsior v. Wallaroo Point 21.-Excetaior v. Brisbane Point 28.-Rovers v. Brisbane Point NOTE.-The Grammar School play no match this month Holidays. THE Wallaroos have played their third match of the season, have scofed, and by virtue of the conditions have secured the Cup. I have not heard whether the coveted prize has been handed over to the Yellows as yet, nor do I know if it's colour is still as bright and gay as when first exhibited in Finney's window. It was a sight indeed to see how the Blues wired in on Saturday, and did their utmost to prevent their heavier opponents from scoring, but they were not sufficiently strong to keep victory on their own side. From my usual standing ground I viewed the game thro...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 7 July 1883

Football. THEBE'S nought in a name; then, just hear If "goal keep" or "forward" I take, THe same with the one as the other, A serious blunder you'll make. For neither X ft in nor the 'tother, My cognomen, now don't you ax, From henceforth I ne'er will cause bother, But write me your own dear AJAX.

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