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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

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Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cowlishaw agrees with Sma. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

ttowlfehaw 1 --i; j (' ^WXfsflAW is just as fond as is Samuel Griffith of '^e^4^roit')99id1 poor working / man./ / Sam^Jons the* workmanOso mttch'thatfhei Would nigger of .|jj> with Cowlishavr...Hear wht^t fC^)wlishaw's paper-boldly; declares.- .T. &{nong tlife 'nijinWr of'tlios,e; faW/-tth'g,tt 'Qdpjjel from British India to supplement 'tBe supply of' Poly nfisiipi jaiia Cliiuese cheap labornowbeing introduced by the lar&espgjp planters, is neither- ppcessary nor 4esiraJ)|e, ,but, on tlie Tc'oiijipr^,. wojuld fee ihemost cpigtw4 pri|sh^^ibloHr to . the unskilled European laborer . whohas been;temirt«$tb this 1 teo|o^^hichit would be possible-to uiflicti - ,'vv : 3Tou see, Cowltshaw backsupSam Griffith in his .nqjibn; of flojodin^ '^ytiecnb. 10fcifes/'< ' J)6es; apt nii|fpi^ulRe?| ^iifag. %^ellipr' .grange,! > fellows? Samuel * Ci-rMjitli?« and james CowlishaTy! ?^ameBCowlishaw and Sttm'aelK3hriffith !: ^ ' '? ? ?Oheis a Hoate^''^^^ilii%^olbe"hand (f...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Wheels. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

The Wheels. - FIGABO has to thank the hon. see. of the Brisbane Bicycle Club for a nice little nofce (not. written on 'pink frilled edge paper, nor scented ttits tune) all &bout the champion prize that is going to be competed for, some day early in September, oua track that will most likely be specially prepared on the Union Athletic Club grounds at Toowong, uader the superintendence of that enterprising gentleman who has the guidance of the afiairs there, and who is a thorough, lover of, and believer in, manly and athletic sports of all kinds-from " Hie-Bpylii," *'Hoop," and Tiggy-touchwood," to the scientific and dollar* .producing game of " Cricket." . ; > The* distance of the race is to be two miles, or exactly eight laps of the Toowong course, and tho prize is to be a medal valued about fire guineas. The championship will be an annual affair, and year by year * ought to increase in interest, because every bicyclist thinks himself a champion-till he gets licked-and ev...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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 — 14 July 1883

^ :5- ?' wfflg'Sfibwsr! " You rjfbfc iiot>''lnb? tiie' 'play: tS-iiiglitV DiiK Cerlok How happenecLit,?,J7ie Spa.n£sh Studcni. ;A v. I. V' ^JJesprtedfe^hiS UhSsbiatf hdll/ V»* t'l ;.<. ,.. »s f By knigMs of sock and buskin, But works go on quite fit in all - _ i . H To be adiuired by Eusk^|| 3 f' t^ it f * s a i ar"11 t i <{ »? ^lite little Little works away .' '?*? ] " A-pkinting of the scefife§3 ,v.<Wix\ ..-'r-t.f.V? ,ir , r V| , ?; The whole ftamework of wings and fly*T7r7T^~, " :,-t > *j-j;s ^^as^JBal^yyfijhandled, ... . r1 l -. 'Aiid All old 'rubbish j by-theJjy^,,., > .,, i.v H&&^o15y-b^n dismantled!' * .'?*?..."?.?'..'*? e . 'f. m --v-^Tl^VA.^ilteahouseQagdwithfeifitiiigie/ i ' avvj? .3$i^!l^;flee4;it in the play, ??>?> .^Esthetic pattern's all the rage, An&'sois'HblloTjfflgr..?!?^' >4 m TVM'.iT >*! Mrs. Hollo way and the working staff arrived' last' 'freek^ 'arid have >ia1r£ni Ipossel^ioi of the...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOW WE ARE GOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

iadX.-. jWJ{hnr -is! i s: v, ..Lwaaale. twaadle. twiddle. tnm, ... 4 ' ' "? it/.>s« *f1 "»« ». ?!:-''5Sa*i^itfttwalMn^^hnlkE{l!i fc»R*#^U , )M .;as,B . 'So .q^emfjeEaft^rinfm^^alks^} i"nJ'ih iiuv^waflclJie, ifattddleiW^dle,$um>ftf{ S* -!. *?? «? 1 ' 1'/ *iHewillsp&flt6ti^4>tfgt>'*'toHLayv*' -f*J *»' »>>.:.. ";'>r'"'V 'ft .%'xti'.uulf. yil-t . 2iZ i Twaddle, twaddle, twaadle,turn, ,.,u itj.i ?<..'*.' i w-i!.! it a.w ^8f^S®^p&SiglS^il^, foi/j .<*<-* I st.-ri: jit .rklNothiiffdg£p/ !v.»xmr 4m?.; ; ir.-irij('f'-i vii T^aJMlty^Wiiddl J> ttHrifflfe tttatfj .v«> 6;<tri . 'fV£« ti 1 a^5w^'tpfe^ge^j#q^e«i^||R^j. uiffn-j hn n . Ki" itt,*llliil | They, iiHeht Justus ^n^mnsi;.' ^ Pol-tlire'cTeV6resti:b^-ii<it6!* .'V ' ' , W6ui^tjbu¥W^Mfe'^fei 5 i TTtfMIU .' ->ri«irx.>dt-. LEGISLATIVE! ASSEMBLY* / "TnURSDAT-, JlTLY 5. _ ... Speaker still'%. * fcfr. ^eoy/^hairnian of Com-! «lihcftftiitfti" '3.J...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

i t?« liEGISIATIVE .« COUNCIL. _ * .»?»«. mm « PrdmdangMfDougall tookfthe-chair at itr 'Wwiftj&is House a stilltifes&f{&ebpyt i f:js!vf«>.1 ?>Eeigas from roolto fL<5*6t;x a-* J. V 0id pia^gfSrte^^epy, 0id crib tolfef'^ ,"H'4»SABD men relnt* fihfeir sbribWe their quills witMfei§"|ir^l nibble. SomM^qefs the.a>j#ja4|i|i& Huppet 'Ouaei i Leb me mttoke the "dosrorerel fiend who dispprttef iff tliip5* wVm.%'s---* . -rj'J' f fWjliirig, an ;,'. ,f.."Biij5,stfaiglitoojiecteiijMj*,;vmm j^VMiphsstifle# MP jtlig.t|xtfcje jiptiojij, ,V w w«. ..... 5 i.-. ?t Theft Walsh a'foSrtntol nidtiori aooved' ? While he a local^8van<^ grooved -,.< With paper extracts raised hisscoff is ?jJTIKjpfflMlk, . 3. iy,"".,:.; At jyhichtherweakidiscuBsioii'sstopped, a.!T'k ? Macphersonjnojted his Bill so hoarj/n .: * ? .ii(rA^>®K85iowife*ry).Xf-.-ii'i : "> '?4 > .discharged rbe^rom,the Notice>Paper, < And^fcj^gHtMl^iU'm^:...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

Vu'r ' *H ,ttt*«» ?Uf^ *' ? .!". '* ?.???!... »..?:? ? ? ,< ; <?' .ITAder the J5>irectibii of Mr; W. J. HollowayJ L!vO-»r M-V -.'U.-X -?.)??,' -:i f ^ , INAUGURATION ; 1 - ;>??-'1 ?0F <,;'..., r- .: 'CHE DRAMATIC * SEASON, 18831 j, , (SPECIAL, ENG^GEJOINT. ;'<:/> .>* "'i-Ji f.;Vr;'V ? ? ®^?C h--n! Mr. W. J. HOLLOWAY ; % whowjll be Supported by tlj.e.«t : HQLLOWAX DRA3HATIQ CO^ANY, Jls esp£ciq lly engagedfor Mr. IBollo way's highly successful season at the OPERA HOUSE, Mel bourne. . , . jBIiss Essie'3enyn^ ' ; i' ' '.}'".' ? "Miss AlideiDeiorwyn' '.. ; : Miss CaS^ji George ..:; ... . ". V*: iBsspinistBiise Dapro t , r.. /.'. ff JJigg A3a' i *'f Mie^F: l»atlrie, and;."? i; ' r ^MSss.i&ite Ardten.., Ml*. Obly Beering " Mr. H. A. Douglas . ? r. u~:;Mx.-lfeilO'®*ieii na ;.2«i .m i Mr.,X A.Patterson,,, . j .' - Mr.1 A-Whittihgton r Mr. J. Bartlett .- y Master John Basford»(and .<;^ ' : .- / ^ ' Mr. CharlesHolloway....

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

TROUBLE AMONG THE MERCHANTS. -lOt "IjlfiOM varwus cattses fchd soft goods mei'chauts hate been funning' fcre .*" raendous eheap sales during the last few weeks. -:0: E. CAMPB EL L. & CO. flAVE PtffiCHASED ENORMOUS QUANTITIES OF DRAPERY AND CLOTHING At Twenty-five, Thirty, Forty, and even Fifty per cent. Discount, and are determined that the Puiilic shall have fall Benefit of these § P L E N I) ID B A R G AIN S. -:Oi CAliICiOEg FLANNELS SHEETINGS BLANKETS TOWEiiS TABLE DAMASKS CATLPETS TOILET COVERS CRETONNES DRESS GOODS HOSIERY GLOVES ALL AT TRIMMINGS JACKETS : SHAWLS MILLINERY STRAW GOODS CORSETS EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES. -:0: 8TUP ENDOUS B A EG AIN S ; MM'f HATS BOYS' HATS v MEN'S SHIRTS IN BOYS' SHIRTS TROUSERS AND VESTS TROUSERS COATS SUITS -:0:« (JUEEN STREET, BRISBANE; .N] Beenleigh, JLOGAN EIVER. AND DEATH ?;0: -:0: 0 WING to the DEATH of our Partner, Mr.; THOMAS TAYLOR, we are holding a 7; CLOSING-OUT SALE of all our OPEN STOCK at previous to Taking Stock for adjustm...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

Oavlands PRESERVING WORKS.-The possibilities opened up* by these -works are developing themselves so x&pidly that Mr. Booker has determined to float the business in the shape of a Limited Liability Company. W$ arequite certain that tfcis pan - be done, and is advisable^ The scope which this business can embrace is enormous, as series of articles in the Town and Gowntry Journal toil'iniihe Australasian, have demonstrated. j

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sporting Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

Sporting Gossip. [BY HERMIT.] .. Bt the time this is read, the' Rockhampton meeting will be passing into hisfcory, and the principal feature of racing interest next week will be the annual meeting of the Charters Towers Jockey Club. It is a great pity that two meetings of so much' importance should be allowed to clash, and each place, will suffer to&certain extent by the loss of some horses which would if possible have run in both places. Steps might surely be taken so that these flashings might i>e avoided, and, with a little management between the dubs, arrangements could be made by which not only the horse owners themselves may have a wider action during the principal racing season, but by which others, : whose business it is to follow racing, would also have the Chance of attending as many meetings as possible; and I intend here to show a plan which; if adopted, "would comprehend pretty clearly aU the coast meetings of Importance, as well as some of those inland. Taki...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

Notice to the labile;-3&Image remarks, " GK>od books bring gopd morals /$ring^ bad' morals," This comment applies also to jbttrnals. Queenslanderis 'who . wish to make a fresh start in life, fitted. np with thoroughly renovated massive morals, should, give a standing^ order to_ any respectable newsagent fur a supply of FIGABOS, /and be careful to get .them on Fridays. PLEASE TO.NOTE THAT " FISARO " is ISSUED AT 9 A.H. EVERT FBIJJAV and. the subscription is Twelve Shillings a'yfear in advance, firnon' and Gotch, Publishers. ? Who is it shaves the best in the town, For which he's gained a wide renown ? , "Who is it cuts your hair so fine. And out of others takes the shine ? Who is it gives the best shampoo, Brings to your cheeks health's rosy hue, And makes a happy man of you f f. VICTORSEN Note the Address The American Hair^Cutting Saloon, Albert-street (tliree^Wors from Queen-streot).

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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ACCEPTAHCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

ACCEPTAHCES. TamboHandicaps. ... .... ... ... July 16. Mulgrave B.C. Handicaps... . ... Jtily 21. Nanango Handicaps ... ... ' ... July 23. IsisfordHandicaps^ "' ;... ... : ... July 23. Handi^pBand Steeplechase... August 14. Gympie Handicaps ..., ..... ... . ... ... August 14. We shall at_all times 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.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROUNDABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

When cat's away the mice can play, "WTbtoop and shout; Let all the household now be gay Mother's out! Jack ties tin-kettle to bull-pup's Toil about; - "While Jim on stolen jam well sups Mother's out!: Bob» goaded on by Passion's spur, Sheepish lout!' Will call on Emily when her Mother's out! So 'tis with all! Dear boy, is thy Mother out ? j If so, come on and jump in my ' ROUNDABOUT! DEAD body of a young woman, apparently about 30 years of age, found on the rocks of the river bank at North Quay. Death had resulted from natural causes and the face and hands werfe much gnawed by |the|ratsi: From letters found tJpoh the body, the deceased is believed to hare been the daughter of a Mrs. Borgert, who lives in the neigbOrhood of Gowrie. Alone, all stiff and, stark, she lay,. ; ' While rodents gnawed her lifeless clay, Un tended, -lapped by rirer spray, '? ?, Like poor, forsaken Maori; Who knows what overwhelming clotxd Had clothed her with funereal shroud ? Who knows but she was once i pr...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

. ff? rjpHEfolio win sr LOTS of LAND will be offered A. forsale bj public auction, at the under mentioned places, at Eleveu o'clock on the day specified, at the uj)set price affixed to each lot respectively. -'(Deposit, 20 percent),' " Tbe Deed, Survey, and Assurance Pees will be charged according to the scale established by tbe Act and Regulations. P. PERKINS. SALE AT MARTIN'S AUCTION BOOMS. BRISBANE. On TUESDAY, THE 24TH DAY OP JOLT, TOWN LOTS. (Near the Kelvin <5rove School.) County of Stimley, Parish of North Brisbane. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 to9 10 12 13 14 15 16 2 3 to 5 13 0 1 18 ] 60 0 0 1 24* 60 0 0 1 30*: 70 0 0 1 375 0 2, l| 0 1 32 0 2 16 0 2 16 75 0 75 0 70 0 90 0 90 0 Parish of Currigee, Town of Moondarewa. Situated on the southern end of Stradbroke Island, opposite Southport. : Price per 11 to 13 14 to 16 17 18 19 and 20 20 and 22 23 24 and25 26 27 28 ? 29 and 30 31 and 32 33 to 41, 42 to 47 ; 48to 54 ! 55 to 65 66 ; 67 68 69 70 71 to 83 . j&4 to 96 97 '98 - 9...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Cricket Notes. (Crowded out of last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

Cricket Notes, (Crowded out of last issue.} ? humbkb of country gentlemen visitors have had a gay old time'at cricket since last Thursday, 28th ultimo, playing on that day, Fridayrand,Tnesday against scratch teams of metro politan players,:and . on Monday against ll of the Queensland National Bank, Ltd. They have got licked every time, but as they were fully determined to- enjoy themselves - (we hope their feelings have bfeen as buoyant as their owner's faces appe&r to express), for they showed the most indomitable pluck and good humor during the progress of their vrprat defeats. If ell our matches were played in the generous manly spirit our visitors evinced (with one striking exception) cricket would indeed be an enjoyble gome. . ' In the jflrst tWo matches the professionals, Medlow and Sheri dan, assisted the townstfolks. In theilrst,the hushmen as they playfully deriomihatedtheniselves, totalled 8% in their first try, Long 24, Bostock 18, Holmes 18( W1 S. Scott 11, and P...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
JUNE FIXTURES. FIRST TWENTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

JUNE FIXTURES. FIBST TWENTIES. :July,14.-Bri»baneT. Ipswich ... . ... Ipswich *|jt --JB«;co|sior v.Wallaroo ... ... ... Brisbane *21,-jS®iH8.s&c;,yiMercantile Co. ... ... Brisbane ... >. ... Brisbane - * This match maynot be played until 2oth August, on account of Rugby practice watch. SECOND TWENTIES. July 14.-Excelsior v. Wallaroo ... Point ,31.-Excelsior v. Brisbane ... ... ... Point . ; jKovera f. Brisbane ... ... ... ... Point &o|fe.-The Gr^iiaar School play no match this month H^liQayti. :: ?" v- ........ . .. . . . A DECIDED wiii has greeted the Wallaroo Rugby Fifteen. The reseemed |o ;£xist a certain presentiment m the minds of the Ye$ows that,.»j> matter how fast and fleet the BrisbataeB might ton out, ^ieir heavier weight, with their usually strong : back position, .wj§f>13. not allow them to be defeated: And so it was. In^th* x^bierof mvscle and flesh the Seds were com pletely outdpne^though not as regards general activity. This latter was of noju...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

Football* Thkrb'S noujjht iu a name; then, just hear me. If "goal keep" or "forward" I take, The same with the one as the Other, A serious blunder you'll make. For neither I ana nor the 'tother, HLj cognomen, now don't yon ax, Prom henceforth I ne'*r will cause, bother, But write me your own dear AJJLX.

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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PERSONALS "I hope I don't intrude." (Bard to X, Y, and Z.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 14 July 1883

i "I hope l don't intrude." ! »<1 :? 1 ' (Bard to X, W, and Z.) -t:;- Mashon, foash^ni'tiBthefaBhion, ^ .h.i.Fair! sex axe pursUed; y i ty'ffl ft :?<?}{ .'i-.u --i- See him spike lass witli his eye glass, ? ,?n s : ? Thus youteil the "dude.".; 1 Miniee on, liiince oh, boys must,wince on, : , Hearts ofmen are toasti, V, ,' ' Keep'em " stringing," send 'fem flinging ^tUie,feinme"ina^li[.M Sneer on, sneer on, put veneer on i.-. .Your own soul's vice-pander, ?' [ ' '? '' ;j Scaadal-uiongerhas a hunger ? ??.? ; ? ? ? i i - : For the basest slander.- - / - i . .;:: , (Bo88|to Bai-d.), . : i , v Write on, write on, like aCrichton, Leaireoff now your Terse an'all . i . f Vile in earth's .stew, gise wiiebertSra TO- & * P .. ,In each needed Pebsohal. . Achibald FORBES, who has made himself more famous in Queensland than in any other colony by his daring flights of fancy, even when he knew that his aerial eccentricities couldn't fail to be discovered, left Melbour...

Publication Title: Queensland Figaro
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SECOND TWENTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro — 21 July 1883

SECOND TWENTIES. July 21.-Bxccleior v. Brisbane ... Point 21.-TftdVdrs v. Brisbane ... ... ... Point NOTE.-The Grammar School play no match this month Holidays. Thb Wallaroos-came nigh Bcoring another familiar ' drawn' on Saturday, but, thanks to a non-profes sional' e^e, didn't. Both-teams p'6s&essed a tail end, yet the play, shown by those players, regarded by me as baTely good enough for first twenty ranks, was above the averagei and gave sign of improvement. Hard graveexhibited "a, Uttletact, in winning the toss, by sending his. men rtp|>lay uphill during the first half; probably,i with the intention of making the game; so wariij that the lighter bines wo.uld be done at half time, aml tlhenhis men wouldgoin, and: score. This inclinatxon the Excelsiors frustrated.. O'Carroll, keeping a^trong back, managed to rouse up life and ener^jt~ Ihjfo' WIb players, tor make them play a hard game without overdoing it. ; 2?or a term he ^was cotair polled to act; upon the defensive,...

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