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No. 14. AN ACT TO SIMPLIFY THE LAWS RELATING TO THE TRANSFER AND ENCUMBRANCE OF FREEHOLD AND OTHER INTERESTS IN LAND. [ASSENTED TO 7TH AUGUST, 1861.] Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
AN ACT TO SIMPIFAY THE LAWSI ltATT ING TO THIE TRANSFER AND ENCUM BRANCE OF: FREEHOLD AND.OTHER INTERESTS IN LAND. LAssNTED ofO AUGUST, 1861. (From the Supplement to thLfenulasmd GovernrmetGazette of Saturday, Augnut flth, 1861.) '' Preamble. ' WVEBEcAs it is expediint to amend the laws relating to the transfer and elicumbrance of freehold andothdr interests in land, in the colony of Queensland. Be it th:refore eoactedl by thie.Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and cdnsent of the Legislative Council aid Legislative Assembly of Queensland, in Parliament asseiabled, and by the authority of the same; as follows. Repeal of previous Acts.! 1. From and after the commencemeit of this Act all Laws, Statutes, Acts, Ordinances, Rules, Regn lations, and practice whatsoever, relating to freehold and other interests in land, so fir 'si they may be inconsistent with the provisions ofthis Act, and so far onas regards their application to land under the provisions of this Act, ...
CATHOLIC RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
Ca mbc 30. --The Madrid Gaullzette says-The omm sisabihu to carry back to Barcelona the right arm of Job haJptiet have left this city. This remark able reli hdbeen aks from Barcelona, to which place it belongS bhe oatory of the Queen, and the happy ac coacheeaeaftm fr .fisjesly iaaoribed to its iofluence. This bo t.ie ,M the object of great veneration on the part ofthepiote ions of Madrid all the time it was exposed ii'.i.abfrl of. san raccisco el Grande. The nuns were derite or the privilege of adoring it; the Venerable itor Comiessoner, accompanied by three members ofino order having presented the preciu trea au.r . in f*oth enty-eight chapels of the convento of thin eapihl..''i A W ?L..'i.-aSeee brothers residing in the North ofYorkshisighaiyegjl 4iawkins, who have hitherto been in humble cti mtalabes, have unexpebtodly become. poesesiee a tl? the sum of £10,000 each. The seffet sO t hp2yee3shers wai vetey.,?tijy ajoyous one, hut eh puse"» d in frminig puretlito, regarded his (gr...
BUSHRANGING [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
BUSeRANoeNoG-Two MEN Bror.-Infarnation tipaitd Midgee on Satuday, that thaee determined lhahiangaia'bad made most daring attack upon the imatieof Mr. Cart's public house. Denison Town. TYomnthe ae)stas which have reached iq it appears that MrCarr:eiad'hut the house up for the night, and that his coek ad T blackfellow who had been talkingtogether outaidecweeabaut going to bed, when three men came ?. an~ d rePeatted to be accomodated. Mr. Carr gave thn admittanace, and they invited the cook and black ea l ~ ma omething to drink. As the party stood agaa of the srangers suddenly seeured the JFsFiEhacEk with a rope; a saure ensued, and Sone of which wounded Mr. Carr in the a ,e arm, another broke the jaw ofthe cooLk. pw e fortunately escaped through a as fast as he was able to the resi , and Mr. Plunkett, who immedi-; espot. The escape of the blackfellow so hrangrs, that they speedily made their Si nigi anything with them. Informstion ' tmiat sent to Mudgee and Oassilis for medicalr aida...
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
.cj' To d cli drof the Queensland Times. Sir,-The evidence given at the Inquest held after theoate.melanholy suicide, will surely cause the Magi.s trate of this district to see the necessity of placing some ns upon thepractioe that has crept in among of alloPwing company to remain in their houses, S ous alloiwed b the Ptublicans' &et. eintrodaction of Billiard and Bagatelle tables, it mon occurrence to see these houses open Sr, at all events, to very unseasonable hours; eraly are collected a number of the young toiwn, maiin to the detriment of Ptheir morality e duty of 11te Chief Constabla to see that are closed at the proper time; if so, how has taillbowed to go on so long. I believe that a Bil aiel.nnsee i granted toe publican for 12 o'cleck at Pt, }Jut, it sorely was never intended, that because ohelda night liense, the billiard-roeam should be kept i after the hour allowed in the license. t?this is not the case, it is time parents and guardians e application to the Legis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. CONSIGNMENT OF BOOKS AND STA TIONERY, H M. OOCKRURN has received instructions a to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms. Nicholas-street, • THIS DAY (FRIDAY), 3Sd JANUARY, 1862, at II o'clock precisely, UPWABDS OF 300 VOLS. ASSORTED NOVELS AND OTHER WORKS, conaisting of the following and many other new and v aluable publications, viz.: •Iustrated Exhibitor ..]Illustrated Byron. - Household Wobds .. -&Pistorial Bible Pictorial History of England The Lancashire Witches Bentley's Standard Novels . Travels in India and Kashmir Fanny Denisan . Helen Talbot . SHsrry Mnir , .. - . Perils of Fashioi The Balearie Islanida Hebrts and Altars TheSeaisand Sik. War 12 doz. saorted.Railway and Parlour Library, ' -- * . . ,& c.,&c. ° "o :'- ' - " * L S O , ' s : laaskt Ink, 6 dozen Ixeam Blotting Paper • m6rams Acconnt Sales Paper . .5 do. Letter and Note Paper - 2 2doz. Copy Books lset Books, consisting of Account Sales' Book, Account Current Book, Waste B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
the. 4tuen0Tanbs ftnatr. TEBMBS: SusacaTrrow.-The amnount of subhripti?on to the Queensland Times is Beven Sbhillinassnd .rpeoe.e usrtear, if paid in advaue?, o rEi ShttllOgd Sx pence credit The nuarter tniite on the Brthi Sep tember, 8e1st Dec er,8s arch, nd Slth Ja~he, at which periods only can seueberibere ·delib giving notice, and paying the amount due to the ead L the current quarter. Bingle copies, ixpenose. ADVISTHEMETII aeinrtdd econding to the fol lowing ~sole:- 5. do. Two lines............................... 1 0 E . . . ..in........... 0. 1E~it`Onw ................ ...........···· B 6 Eveiry aditiohnl eight line .........1 Ten following-Disoount i slhowed on all dvertise. mm? ?otud~u-- . / For inertions ............... 1 Oper cent. 48 ,, ........... IS s ,, ..............'5 .,, All adrertisemeots must specifyoat thes ace of them lhe emniber oftim'es they are be ineted, or ie will be contidned till oiente-ma-dedhd eahea aoordIngl.' Orders for withdrawal or alteratio eannot ...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
b~ippmng 1ttrilipignu. ----*L-- DEPARTURE. JDeoembor 31.--Porsia, ship, 168 tons, aptain Bmith, for Hong Kong. The Oersia left the bay this morning, and has proceed ed o? her voyage to China. She had on (reight 825 tons coals, 150 casks bottled beer, original cargo from Plymouth, and ehe has taken 50 tons more coals in from Brisbane. She carries no pasasengers,--Courier.
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
GAYNDAH. . (From the Burnett Argue.) asarxe s OCLun.-A general meeting of the Gayndah nlBurnett District Farmers' Club, 'was held at the t-ipidah Hotel, on Fridayeresinglast, W. H. SBterenson, .J92.P., in the chair. The rules of the Club, framed b tb provisional committee having been submitted to ;tsa?tineg, the same were adopted. Mr. Frencsis Glyn G~onnally, after having ansounced that his Excellency Sir tL'. Bowen had consented to become President of the 'Oltnbsjated its abjeets, and the benefits the. Burnertt iAjtnet was likely to derire lrom its operations,in a highly idsplimestary manner, proposed that the Hon. B. B. M oreton be elected Vice-president Thatmotion having .been econded by Mr. Alea. Walker, wus carried uana inouly. It was then proposed, aeconded, andcarried by tseaame parties that the following gentlemen be elected oonpmmittee of management :-Mesrs. A. Cameron, Allp.o C. Cameron, Gilbert Elliott, Franels Glynn Con eielly Alexander Walker, John Edwards, and W. H. St...
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1ST, 1862. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
WEoNEODAY, JANUARr IST, 1962. Before the Police Magistrate. William Harnlan and John Robinson were flned,&e former 20s. and thelatter 5s., in defanlt 24 hours iniie cells, for drunkenness aing Jimmy, an aboriginal, bcharged with a Irimitm offence, was rlefsed with a reprimand. Frederick Frances was fined £1 for ousing obscene ~lan guage.
DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
DARLING DOWNB. (From tle Teoswemba Papers.) AccrneTe.-On Boxing Day, a German said abe in theemploy of Mr. Lindenburgh, had sie thigh broken whilst returning from a pie ni. On the following day, Friday, Mr. George Hooper pnrooeeded into Drayton on horsebaek, and on his return was thrown from his horse and got his leg broken, Mr. Murphy and bthebr were com hikome, and disadveered him lying on the grounid. He wassonveyed to Dr. Armstrong'sa hospital, and had every eare taken of him, and is now getting on as well as cn be expected. A BA uTa HuGev nN.--We understand that the man [ros, who waibrou?ght before the Court on Friday last for threatening to take the life of his wife, has so little control of hiniqelf underthe influence of drink, that he took up his little infant by the leg, and swung it three times around his hesdand then pitohed itsome oonsider able distatne eftim n ..It. is t be .hpie that the caution he ~go the Bench wilibpaesusaienwqsam ing u~~iirrt9rt littn; · Ashton's oe...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
BRISBANE. (Frose.m .?iearicr.) WEBLEYAn BEzaoa.-On; readers will observe that the Wesleyan Bazaar which joas been announced in our advertising columns, opens this evening at half-past six o'clock. Itwillbe held in the lobby and refreshment rooms of the L?egislative Council, these apartments having been very generously plaeed at the disposalof the Bazaar Committee, who warmly appreciate the goad feeling which disposed of what had been felt to be a great dificulty-the obtaining suita'ble accommodation. We understand that the Wesleyan deaomiuatio-s lave undertaken this Beaear from an anxions wish4oget free from.certain embarrassing liabilities which bare attahed for some time to the place of worship in Albert-stri and also to theone in Fortitude Valley. The adequae provision of' religious aecomdatien is a matter in wlaeh the publie arejusatifed in taking a deep interest, and we should rejuoiceto the ability to notify that every church and chapel in Brisbane and its vicinity was free of...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.k [BY ELECTBTC TEIEBPH. • SYDNEY. (From tle Courier.) Tuesday, 8 p.m. The second reading of the Queensland Debt Bill has been furtherpostponed until Thursday next. The Assembly, in Committee of Supply, 'have teduced Wentwortli's salary as President of the Legislative Council by £200. SA diabolical attempt 'to burn the fine ship La Rogue on Saturday ?lst, fortunately proved -unsuccessful. One of her officers was aroused by .be smdll of smoke, and the flames were happily extinguished 'before an, further damage .was done ·than the burning of onuebale of wool. The prosecution against Mr. Collins:for kidnap ping the black boy has been abandoned.
THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
THE. REAL PROPERTY ACT. Wrra the commencement of the present year, the ' Act to simplify the Laws relating to the Tiransfer and Encumnbrance of .Freehold and other Interests in Land," comes into operation. As the great'bulk of the inhabitants of Queens lahd are interested in land, either by being landowners, or anhticipate shbortly becoming such, we have felt it a duty to commence the publication o.f thli important Art, and shall continoeit froin time to'time until the whole is published, so that the readers of the Queens land 2insea, by preserving the iumbers of the paper in which this measure is interted, will be enabled by'- reference thereto, to know the steps necessary to' be taken in 'any sale or purchase of real property they may make. Rittiert~, the purchase, of asmiill quantity of land, has fht it to be a great hardship that he should be compelled to pay such heavy per .en?tage on the value of land; for the itlde deeds: It has been no uncommon thing in tbil coleo nies- wher...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31ST. Before the Police Magistrate and L. E. Lester. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
IPSWIOa POLICE COURT?. TnEsDAn, DEzEcaERe d1sT. Before the Police Magistrate and L. . .L .ter. Thomas Mulholland and John Hayes were aed,?ti former 5s., and the latter 10s., in default 24 hors in hpe cells, for drunkenness. E. J. Sealy v. Daniel M'Tanerney.--e.ailt , Chubb appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Olhms "'ar the defendant. The plaintiff, on being sworn, stated: He w aeaMrrier' and had a contract under the overseer of roads. t dris in logs; he had in his employ one Patrick, who was time-keepse, and he had to take tally of plainifat ieg, as they were delivered; on the 17th instant he wasar gaged on the work, and helped to load the teams, a?d nat 1 on with the fourth.load himself, when he aawsdefeedsts who aaid he would not allow the last man of plaiontiff'a goon the work0 plaintiff eplied hat M'Innemrney wasanot his master; defendant then went and stopped the drw, and said he would not allow the mas to go on the'works on the bridge; plaintiffthlen prepared to no4d a the r?o...