Horace Earle Horace Earle i(A43759 works by)
Born: Established: 1831 London,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 1919 Brisbane, Queensland,
Gender: Male
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Horace Earle was born in London and educated at Highbury College. A teacher in Singapore, he later emigrated to Victoria to work in the goldfields and was in Ballarat during the Eureka Stockade.

Earle worked for the East India Company for a time and then returned to Australia to settle in Brisbane. He was employed as an accountant and then a journalist; he later became the editor of the Mercantile Gazette.

In 1886, Earle published The Commerce and Industries of Queensland; he also wrote and published short stories. Earle established, with James Brunton Stephens (q.v.), Brisbane's influential Johnsonian Club.

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