Queensland Government Gazette 1913

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (3699 pages)
Year: (1913) 2012
ISBN: 9781922063175
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia

Government Gazettes are a unique, useful and extremely fascinating resource for local, family and social historians and researchers in other fields throughout Australia. They were published by the government as a means of communication to officials and the general public and therefore contain information that is of great use in establishing an image of Australia and its people in the past.

The 1913 Queensland Government Gazette has information regarding:
 - Appointments, promotions and resignations
 - Public Service List of 1913
 - Trustees of cemeteries, hospitals, racecourses, quarries, Schools of Art, &c.
 - Magistrates and Justices of the Peace
 - Members of Boards and Committees
 - Brands and earmarks
 - Dissolution of business partnerships
 - Errors in deeds
 - Government Acts and Proclamations
 - Intestacy returns and notices
 - Insolvency notices
 - List of rents on occupation licenses
 - Licences: including auctioneers, bagatelle licences, licensed victuallers, winesellers, billiard licenses, fishing licences, packet licences and more
 - Probate notices
 - Professional lists including medical practitioners, chemists, dentists, ministers of religion, auditors, surveyors
 - Resignations and transfer of teachers
 - Transmissions of real estate by death
 - Unclaimed deposit accounts
 - and much more including road closures, unclaimed property and tender notices


Home Secretary's Department, Brisbane, 28th November, 1912.
HIS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to direct that a Reward of £500 be paid for such information as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of a [man] named George Daniels, who is alleged to have shot, on Sunday, the 11th February, 1912, one Arthur Cogzell, while the said Arthur Cogzell was accompanying a girl named Edith Anderson from Turkey Station, where she was employed, to her home at Bustard Head, and who, after shooting the said Arthur Cogzell, took the girl away with him, neither of whom has since been seen nor found; and that a Pardon be granted to any person who may be concerned in the crime, not being the principal offender, who may give such information.

This product contains high quality scanned images of the original gazette. It has been bookmarked for easy navigation. Pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.

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