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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) EXCESSIVE, DAMAGES. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Wednesday 10 November 1880 [Issue No.709] page 2 2017-10-16 16:13 Saturday, Novewbeb 6.
before the Police Magistrate, and Wdl
BXCBK0IVF, DAHAGE&
Wm. Couitg, Toalbarra, vu summoned by
Patrick Uiggins for having charged excessive
North Toolburra a mob of cattle on the £8th
October, 32 of which belonging to plaintiff %
he had had to impound some of plaintttFs
acres of land, which was insafficent to feed
In cross-examination by Mr. O'SulUvao,
In cross-examination by Mr. Boyle, ijhe
defendant stated that tho cattlc came across
By the Bench : The river had Always been
the boundary since they # had Toolburra t
there were a lot of plaintiffs oattle at
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6.
before the Police Magistrate, and Wm.
EXCESSIVE DAMAGE
Wm. Coutts, Toolburra, was summoned by
Patrick Higgins for having charged excessive
North Toolburra a mob of cattle on the 28th
October, 32 of which belonging to plaintiff:
he had had to impound some of plaintiff's
acres of land, which was insufficent to feed
In cross-examination by Mr. O'Sullivan,
In cross-examination by Mr. Boyle, the
defendant stated that the cattle came across
By the Bench : The river had always been
the boundary since they had Toolburra :
there were a lot of plaintiffs cattle at
Advertising (Advertising), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 13 December 1879 [Issue No.668] page 3 2017-10-16 16:08 €oinmona|(e Bonjcrr at Handy |
NOTICE.-A COMMONAOE hanger
• has been appointed for Sandy Creek.
His name is JOHN WELSH, Jan. AllC&ttlc
Signed ou behalf of the Trustees.
Commanage Ranger at Sandy Creek
NOTICE.-A COMMONAGE RANGER
has been appointed for Sandy Creek.
His name is JOHN WELSH, Jun. All Cattle
Signed on behalf of the Trustees.
Advertising (Advertising), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 1 July 1871 [Issue No.226] page 4 2017-10-16 16:06 To the Worshipful (be Justices of the Pence
In the colony of QuuentJsnd.
I PATRICK HIGGINS, Innkeeper, now
j holding a license for the
"8ANDY CREEK HOTEL."
notice that 1 intend to APPLY at the next
Liccnse, for the sale of fermented and spiritu
ous liquors in tho house and appurtenances
thereunto belonging*
Given under my hand tbis fifth daynf June,
one thousand eight hundred er>d
To the Worshipful (be Justices of the Peace
In the colony of Queensland.
I, PATRICK HIGGINS, Innkeeper, now
holding a license for the
"SANDY CREEK HOTEL."
notice that I intend to APPLY at the next
License, for the sale of fermented and spiritu
ous liquors in the house and appurtenances
thereunto belonging.
Given under my hand this fifth day of June,
one thousand eight hundred and
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 16 October 1897 [Issue No.12,406] page 10 2017-10-16 16:00 N THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENS-
I
!fn the MATTER of the WILL of PATRICK
i HIGGINS, late of Sandy Creek, near War
' (wick, in the Colony of Queensland, Gra
| ¡zler, Deceased.
' Notice is hereby given that the AC-
Hie Supreme Court House, Brisbane, on or
.whether any objection is aken to the said
'Accounts or not, I shall after the aforesaid
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENS-
In the MATTER of the WILL of PATRICK
HIGGINS, late of Sandy Creek, near War
wick, in the Colony of Queensland, Gra
zier, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the AC-
His Supreme Court House, Brisbane, on or
whether any objection is aken to the said
Accounts or not, I shall after the aforesaid
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 6 October 1894 [Issue No.11,460] page 8 2017-10-16 15:56 TN tho SUPREME COURT of QUEENSLAND.
In tho MATTER ol lho WILL ot PATRICK
HIGGINS, late of Sandy Creek, noar Warwick,
Notico is heroby given that, after the oxpiration
application will bo made to this Honourable
Court that PROBATE of tho WILL of the above
named Patrick Higgins, deceased, may bo grantod
aforcBaid, Gentlomaii (in the Baid Will called
of Sandy Creok, near Warwick aforesaid, Widow
and appointed by tho enid Will,
Dated this Twenty-seventh day of Septombor,
IN the SUPREME COURT of QUEENSLAND.
In the MATTER of the WILL of PATRICK
HIGGINS, late of Sandy Creek, near Warwick,
Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration
application will be made to this Honourable
Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the above
named Patrick Higgins, deceased, may be granted
aforesaid, Gentleman (in the said Will called
of Sandy Creek, near Warwick aforesaid, Widow
and appointed by thw said Will,
Dated this Twenty-seventh day of September,
RECEPTION OF DR.DUNNE. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 21 March 1882 [Issue No.7,547] page 3 2017-10-16 15:49 Address of the AA'arn ick Deputation to tho Right
Rev Robert Dunno D D Bishop 1 lect of
ilarwick have sent us to Brisbane to meet and
nish you welcome in their name on jour safe
return to Queensland nnd to congratúlalo vou
on and empress the joy they fool at. the dignity
conferred upon i ou by tho Vicar of Chi ist
m j lord that j ou w ho w ore formerlj our pnnsh
pucst the esteemed and trusted friend of our late
gi oat and deeply lamentcdBIshop andforsomany
years hh> licar general nnd our fellow country
pian nhko in the land of oui birth and our ndop
"on should ha*. 0 been chosen as the chief pastor
of this diocese m succession to him whom we
l0Ted during life on account of hi3 deep and con
stautly mnnifestcd interest in us nnd whose
memory wo fondlj and proudly cherMi because
pt his mnnj noble qualities of minti and heart and
ins long nnd brilliant episcopal career and who
lins written his name indelibly m ourocclosias
neal annuls by his pnncelj endow mont of this
diocese which he founded nndfor ivhich ho llv ed,
laboured nnd died
My lord yourivellknovinnndadmittedseholarly
your priestly and gentlemanly beni ing your long,
".eaious and disinterested missionary labours and
great cxpei lenco in this diocese the esteem and
C1V05,amongst those who agree 111th nnd those
11110 differ from von in religion constitute n posi
live guarantco that tho mitre never encircled a
brou more likoly to 11 car it w 1th distinction and
110 anticípalo for vour lordship a most success
«al1 'vrisn rou "* tongand happy episcopate
11 0 have the honour tobo mi lord your lord
?ship s dutiful children
Francis B Woods JP
Patrick Higgin« TP
" , , Peter Connell Aldornmn
Biisbnne 20th March 1SS'
Address of the Warwick Deputation to the Right
Rev Robert Dunne D. D. Bishop Elect of
Warwick have sent us to Brisbane to meet and
wish you welcome in their name on your safe
return to Queensland; and to congratulate you
on and express the joy they feel at. the dignity
conferred upon you by the Vicar of Christ.
my lord that you, who were formerly our parish
preist the esteemed and trusted friend of our late
great and deeply lamented Bishop, and for so many
years his vicar-general and our fellow country
man alike in the land of our birth and our adop
tion, should have been chosen as the chief pastor
of this diocese, in succession to him whom we
loved during life on account of his deep and con
stantly mnnifested interest in us and whose
memory we fondly and proudly cherish because
of his many noble qualities of mind and heart, and
his long and brilliant episcopal career: and who
has written his name indelibly m our ecclesias
tical annuls by his princely endowment of this
diocese, which he founded, and for which he ll ed,
laboured and died.
My lord your well-known and admitted scholarly
attainments, your proved administrative ability,
your priestly and gentlemanly bearing, your long,
zealous and disinterested missionary labours and
great experience in this diocese, the esteem and
enjoy amongst those who agree with and those
who differ from yon in religion, constitute a posi
live guarantee that the mitre never encircled a
brow more likely to wear it with distinction; and
we anticipate for your lordship a most success
ful, and wich you a long and happy episcopate.
We have the honour to be, my lord, your lord
shi's dutiful children.
FRANCES B. WOODS, J.P.
PATRICK HIGGINS, J.P.
PATER CONNELL, Aldernman.
Brisbane 20th March 1882
The General Election. METROPOLITAN ITEMS. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 24 April 1888 [Issue No.9,446] page 6 2017-10-16 15:35 (]*RO_R. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.)
AJÎOTILER CANDIDAT!! FOB WARWICK.
Hall to consider the adviaabloness of selecting a
candidato to oppose Mr. Morgan. Shortly
beforo the hour of meotiug a bellman was sent
round to announco that tho meeting would bo
hold at tho private oftico of a local auctioneer.
About forty persona attended, and Mr. O. E.
Hayoa was voted to tho chair. It was proposed
that Mr. Patrick Higgins was a fit and propor
tho motion on being put was carried by about
20 to 7, tbo majority ot thoso present retraining
from voting. The procoodings, which wero
devoid of enthusiasm, occupiod only a very short
timo. Mr. HigginB, tho candidate selected, is
identical with the hero of the "My dear Pat"
lettor, which was read by Mr. John Stevenson
in the Legislativo Assembly last session.
A largely-attended mooting of Mr. Morgan's
supporters was held in tho Town Hall to-night
to form ti committee to secure his return. A
conduct in Parliament was oarried unanimously,
and the names of fifty leading townsmon wore
placed on tho committee. Tho proceedings
wero very enthusiastic Mr. Morgan will
address tho electors at Warwiok on Thursday
night, and at various contros of population
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.)
ANOTHER CANDIDATE FOR WARWICK.
Hall to consider the advisableness of selecting a
candidate to oppose Mr. Morgan. Shortly
before the hour of meeting a bellman was sent
round to announce that the meeting would be
hold at thoe private office of a local auctioneer.
About forty persons attended, and Mr. C. E.
Hayes was voted to the chair. It was proposed
that Mr. Patrick Higgins was a fit and proper
the motion on being put was carried by about
20 to 7, the majority ot those present retraining
from voting. The proceedings, which were
devoid of enthusiasm, occupied only a very short
time. Mr. Higgins, the candidate selected, is
identical with the here of the "My dear Pat"
letter, which was read by Mr. John Stevenson
in the Legislative Assembly last session.
A largely-attended meeting of Mr. Morgan's
supporters was held in the Town Hall to-night
to form a committee to secure his return. A
conduct in Parliament was carried unanimously,
and the names of fifty leading townsmen were
placed on the committee. The proceedings
were very enthusiastic Mr. Morgan will
address the electors at Warwick on Thursday
night, and at various centres of population
DEATH OF MR. P. HIGGINS. (Article), Warwick Argus (Qld. : 1879 - 1901), Saturday 15 September 1894 [Issue No.2344] page 2 2017-10-16 15:27 DEA1U OF MB. P. BIGGINS.
THE- band of death HM again {alien on tin
Warwick district, and fas* etrioken down one
of its prominent and moat respected resident*.
of Sandy Cieek, caused the deepest and moat
profound sorrow throughout the whole'dis
that endear a mau to his fellow men, and those
ance felt on hearing of bis death that they
had lost a sincere personal friend. Tfae very
large concourse of people who followed bis
number that ever entered the Warwick eetne
tery-showed the esteem In which the de
represented on the occasion. To the memben
blow-an affectionate husband and father, fail
their grievous affliction. . Of the deceased it
may be said, as of bis brother (Mr. Denis
Higgins) who died bnt a few days previously,
nature characterised iwth the deceased bro
same warm sympathy with theerief of others,
and, above all, die same Sterling Integrity.
The breath of slander never eulliedthetr
names; blameless lives and noble sliqpllolty
of nature rained them far beyond ita meh. '
" History of Queensland "^-Patrick Higgins,
J.P., grader and farmer,' Sandy Creek, was
born in 1810, in County Clare, IrelabS, and
whioh he spent some time at the Royal Agri
Evans, at Mite-Eud, where, be remained
twelvemonths. He then Wentto Rosenthal,
ten years. In 18&9 be purchased a fine pro
thereon. He was a member of the Gleugallan
Divisional Board for inany years, and was
attack of influenza, was the canse of death.
The best medical sklll-Dr. Bgan; Dr. Phil
lips, and Dr. Tilley were In attendance-abd
the moat devoted attention from the members
of bis family proved powerless to avert fatal
ennsequenoes. Death occurred shortly after
on Wednesday, the Rev. Father Hnran offici
ating at the ohurch and at the grave. The
the largest evereeen in Warwlok, and this and
the many other visible evideuces of the high
esteem in whiob the deceased was held must
have served in some measure to oonsole the
DEATH OF MR. P. HIGGINS.
THE- hand of death has again fallen on the
Warwick district, and has stricken down one
of its prominent and most respected residents.
The news of the death of Mr. Patrick Higgins,
of Sandy Creek, caused the deepest and most
profound sorrow throughout the whole dis
that endear a man to his fellow men, and those
ance felt on hearing of his death that they
had lost a sincere personal friend. The very
large concourse of people who followed his
number that ever entered the Warwick ceme
tery-showed the esteem in which the de
represented on the occasion. To the members
blow-an affectionate husband and father, his
their grievous affliction. Of the deceased it
may be said, as of his brother (Mr. Denis
Higgins) who died but a few days previously,
nature characterised both the deceased bro
same warm sympathy with the grief of others,
and, above all, the same sterling integrity.
The breath of slander never sullied their
names; blameless lives and noble simplicity
of nature rained them far beyond its reach.
" History of Queensland "-Patrick Higgins,
J.P., grader and farmer, Sandy Creek, was
born in 1810, in County Clare, Ireland and
which he spent some time at the Royal Agri
Evans, at Mile-End, where, be remained
twelve months. He then went to Rosenthal,
ten years. In 1869 be purchased a fine pro
thereon. He was a member of the Glengallan
Divisional Board for many years, and was
attack of influenza, was the cause of death.
The best medical sklll-Dr. Egan; Dr. Phil
lips, and Dr. Tilley were in attendance-and
the most devoted attention from the members
of his family proved powerless to avert fatal
consequences. Death occurred shortly after
on Wednesday, the Rev. Father Horan offici
ating at the church and at the grave. The
the largest ever seen in Warwick, and this and
the many other visible evidences of the high
esteem in which the deceased was held must
have served in some measure to console the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 27 October 1883 [Issue No.1009] page 2 2017-10-16 14:51 A vwiT painful accident occurred to Mr.
Patrick Higgios, J.l\> of Sandy Creek, on
Wednesday last, by which be sufferod a com
iwund fraoturc o! the log. Mr. Biggins baa
been in town, as waa his wont, with hu team
laden with produce, and, when going homo aloog
as Mile Eud, the team, which was being
driven by the owner ou a frisky horse, went
closetoatrcc. Mr. Higgius, thinking there was
tiofe sufficient room to pass between the tree
and the team, pulled round the other aide,
flank, mid it suddenly commenced '* buckmg
violently, during which Mr. Higgiue was
thrown, falliug in such a position that be sus
tained a compound fracture of the^ right leg
the team, when a paascr*by assisted ui bring*
ids him into town. Mcdtcal aid was seemed,
and the leg Bet j and we understand the
patient is progressing as satisfactorily as can 1
be cxpcctcd.
A VERY painful accident occurred to Mr.
Patrick Higgins, J.P. of Sandy Creek, on
Wednesday last, by which be suffered a com
pound fracture of the leg. Mr. Higgins had
been in town, as was his wont, with his team
laden with produce, and, when going home along
as Mile End, the team, which was being
driven by the owner of a frisky horse, went
close to a tree. Mr. Higgins, thinking there was
not sufficient room to pass between the tree
and the team, pulled round the other side,
flank, mid it suddenly commenced "bucking"
violently, during which Mr. Higgins was
thrown, falling in such a position that be sus
tained a compound fracture of the right leg
the team, when a passer-by assisted in bring
ing him into town. Medical aid was secured,
and the leg set ; and we understand the
patient is progressing as satisfactorily as can
be expected.
THE ELECTIONS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 5 May 1888 [Issue No.1467] page 2 2017-10-16 14:43 Stn,—I observe in your last issuo threo
letters on tho general election which require
notice on the ground of fair play, as )°ou, Sir,
decline to Buy anything in favour of or against
cither of the Warwick candidates, and Mr.
forward on behalf o£ the M'llwraitliian party
rich sugar lands for Gs per acre and grazing
lands for a song or a vote. Wo arc both opposed
to there introduction of the preemptive right
clauso for squatters, and, I think, 820 acres as
homesteads, and four times that area should bo
same price. I am not in favour of tho Trans
proposed, nor do I believe in indonted labour of
already. As for tho capitalist, it docs not
everyone eke rich as well as himself; better,
at any rote, than looking up n 'p of country,
as Dutton did, near the borde? nuse lie was
I can endorso tho statement from personal
whether wo shall get any more from a M'll
tainly wc shall, because M'llwraitli is coming
liill was being advocated by a Government
commoner, five yoars ago, in tbe teeth of op*
position from the sister colonics as well as the
majority of Qucenslan<1ers, evidently li&d no
I, as one of the tillers of tho soil, will be glad
to see Mr. Allan clcctcd, and hopo to be in his
company in tho Houbc, by tho holp of my
I have more coniidcnce in William Allan than
In conclusion, I might remind u John Glas
licon," the writer of tho third letter, that Mr.
neighbours arc wolcomc to any man's money—
countrymen wiJl not sink veiy deep—not more,
in fact, than Air. Kates' influence, which is
spacc, I am, Sir,
PATKICK UIGGINS
Enn Villa, Sandy Creek,
Sir,—I observe in your last issue three
letters on the general election which require
notice on the ground of fair play, as you, Sir,
decline to say anything in favour of or against
either of the Warwick candidates, and Mr.
forward on behalf of the M'llwraithian party
rich sugar lands for 5s per acre and grazing
lands for a song or a vote. We are both opposed
to there introduction of the pre-emptive right
clause for squatters, and, I think, 320 acres as
homesteads, and four times that area should be
same price. I am not in favour of the Trans
proposed, nor do I believe in indented labour of
already. As for the capitalist, it does not
everyone else rich as well as himself; better,
at any rate, than looking up n 'p of country,
as Dutton did, near the borde? use he was
I can endorse the statement from personal
whether we shall get any more from a Mcll
tainly we shall, because M'llwraith is coming
Bill was being advocated by a Government
commoner, five years ago, in tee teeth of op
position from the sister colonies as well as the
majority of Queenslanders, evidently had no
I, as one of the tillers of the soil, will be glad
to see Mr. Allan elected, and hope to be in his
company in the House, by the help of my
I have more confidence in William Allan than
In conclusion, I might remind "John Glas
heen," the writer of the third letter, that Mr.
neighbours are welcome to any man's money—
countrymen will not sink very deep—not more,
in fact, than Mr. Kates' influence, which is
space, I am, Sir,
PATKICK HIGGINS
Erin Villa, Sandy Creek,

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