Austrailian PapersLauncenton Examiner 1872;
Launcenton Post Office;
Letters detained for postage;
Mr. Thomas Darcey, Stradbally Queens County Ireland.
The Star 1859;
By special licence; Marriage
At St Pauls Church Geelog, by Venerable Archdeacon Stretch,
James Baker esq, Ballarat and late Pessnett Staffordshire England, to Miss Margaret Antisell Shortt, youngest daughter of the late John Shortt, Newtown Mountrath Queens County Ireland.
Nothern Star 1899
A man who lived nearly three centuries;
James Kelly, who died in Waterbury, Conn, earlier this year in his 102nd year, was for over 50 years a resident of this town. He had never been ill for any length of time.
He did not wear glasses for reading although he followed Irish and American politics all his life.
For over 85 years he had not shaved.
He was a native of Queens County Ireland.
Sydney Morning Herald; 1875
At St Bartomolomews Prymont, by Rev. Charles H Rich,
George Eliot, only son of late Henry Warburton, esq Queens County Ireland,to Annie, only daughter of S.B. Warburton esq Sdyney.
Sydney Morning Herald 1864;
By special licence; at St Marys Cathedral, by Rev. Dean O Connell, Timothy Mc Evoy, eldest son of L Mc Evoy Maryborough Queens County Ireland, to Mary, eldest daughter of Matthew Kelly, Kingsgrove, near Sydney, formerly Westmeath Ireland, and niece of Mt L Corocran, Australian Inn Sydney.
Argus Melbourne 1929;
Death of Maria Johnston, at private hospital East Melbourne, youngest daughter of late Charles Johnston, Beer Park, Portarlington Queens County Ireland.
Sydney Morning Herald; 1873
At St Pauls Church, Redfern, by Rev. J D Brennan, William Frederick Bennett, oldest son of late James Bennett esq, Elizabeth Bay, to Jane Anna Fry, relict of late Frederick William Perry, Brisbane, and youngest daughter of Andrew Carter esq, (Distiller) Danesfort Queens County Ireland.
The Argus 1892;
An outbreak of cattle plague has taken place at Maryborough Queens County Ireland, 300 beasts were killed in consequence.
Launceston Examiner 1891;
Owing to the recent storms and heavy rains in Ireland, the Barrow river in the North-West of the Queens County overflowed its banks and submerged thousands of acres of the adjacent county.
Many small farmers who have been flooded out of their homes are now begging at the side of the roads.
The Register; 1916
Attempts have been made in the South East of Ireland to wreck a train near Maryborough Queens County. A telegraph pole was dragged acroos the track, but the obstruction was discovered in time. A man who was trying to remove the pole was fired upon.
Brisbane Courier; 1864 (Death)
Mary St, Brisbane, Elizabeth, daughter of late Roe Sweeney O Donnell, Dunmore House, Clare and widow of late Christopher Blanc of Portarlington.
South Australian; 1845 (Death)
Leeson st Dublin, Thomas Kemmis, Shaen House, Queens County, aged 46, and brother of Mr. Kemmis of Yankalilla
Southern Australian; 1884 (Death)
At his residence, Kingstown House, Queens County Ireland, Joshua Kemmis, aged 34.
South Australian; 1842 (Death)
Melbourne Port Philip, after a short illness, Arthur Kemmis, 2nd son of the late Rev. Thomas Kemmis, Brockley Park Queens county
Australian Town & County Journal; 1883
Mr. Brewster, a Conservative has been elected for Portarlington in the Queens County Ireland.
John Kingsmill O Meagher, Solicitor, native of Queens County Ireland, aged 47. He leaves a wife and 2 children.
Sydney Morning Herald; 1846 (Marriage)
At St Marys church, South Creek, by Rev. B Lucas Watson, Thomas Lodge Murray Prior, esq, only son of Captain Murray Prior, Rathdowney, Queens County ireland, and formerly Her Majestys 11th Hussars, to Matilda, 2nd dtr of Thomas Harpur, Cecil Hills Tyrone.
Morning Bullitin Rockhampton; 1887 (Marriage)
At St Pauls church, Rockhampton, by Rev. W.A.Diggins, Samuel Wilson Dobbyn, 2nd son of late Samuel Wilson Dobbyn, Portarlington Queens County Ireland, to Honoria Mary, eldest dtr of late Thomas Kearins Galway.
Sydney Morning Herald; 1868 (Marriage)
October at Clonaslee church Queens County Ireland, by Rev. S Robbins, assisted by Rev. Maxwell Coote, Thomas S Blackwell esq, eldest son of late Richard Blackwell J.P Woodburne Picton, to Jane Maria, eldest dtr of Richard J Falkiner, Castlecuffe Queens County.
Sydney Morning Herald; 1910 (Marriage)
at the Glebe Presbyterian church Sdyney, by Rev. F.W.Dunlop, William Fetherston, 2nd son of late William Flack, Queens County, to Marguerite Salome, eldest dtr of Wallace Bruce, Drummoyne.
Empire Sdyney; 1867 (assassinations)
On your charity pray for the repose of the souls of John Carroll, Thurles Tipperary (34) Patrick Daniel Kennagh, Kildare (26) Eneas Mc Donald, N.I (45) and John Joseph Phelan, Queens County (30) who were assassinated at Jinclen Station Braidwood by Clarkes outlaws.
The Mercury; 1871 (Birth)
On the 11th September at Maryborough Queens County Ireland, to wife of T.J.Woods of a son.
The Empire; 1869 (Marriage)
August, at Wandiligog Station, Ovens Disblot, Victoria, by Rev. Father Eagan, James Wallace Dunphy, 4th son of late John Dunphy Queens County Ireland, to, Sophia, oldest dtr of Mr Charles Luwu, Hinton, Hunters River NSW.
Nothern Western Advocate & Emu Times; 1901
At midmight during a House of Commons education, the closure was applied by the Government, but 16 Nationalist refused to vote. They accordingly suspended and asked to leave, but refused. The Sergt. of arms called the police to assist him and a free fight ensued over the expulsion of Mr. E Crean Queens County rep.,
It took 6 policemen 5 minutes to carry Mr Crean from the chamber.
Brisbane Courier; 1805 (Marriage)
September, at the brides parents residence, by Rev. Henry Rawlins, John Walter, 2nd son of the late Jacob Thompson, Queens County Ireland, to, Hester Anne Hoskins, 3rd dtr of Edward Hoskins, Avanel, Ol Moor Park Victoria.
Brisbane Courier; 1891 (Marriage)
At the residence of the bridegrooms sister, Trumpeton House, South Brisbane, by Rev H Cairns, Thomas, 5th son of Robert Brett, Easky Sligo, to, Dinah, 6th dtr of the late Rhudolphus Claxton, Tuckmills, Borris-in-Ossory Queens County Ireland.
South Australian; 1867;
Three thousand Fenians assembled near Abbeyleix Queens County Ireland. The troops were sent to disperse them, and their leader, General Burke was captured in Tipperary.
Sydney Morning Herald; 1858 (Marriage)
November, by special Licence, Mr John Adolph, native of Oporto Portugal, to Bridget Dunn, native of Queens county Ireland.
Courier-Mail; 1937 (Death)
Death has occured at the Mater Misericordiae hospital of Mrs P Cosgrove, who was 75. She came from Mountmellick Queens county, Ireland with her parents.
Wife of Frank Cosgrove, she was one of 10 children, eight of whom survive her.
Mercury; 1896 (Death)
at his residence Macquarie st, in his 88th year, John Coss (late Royal Fusillers) deceased was born in Mountrath Queens county Ireland.
Argus; 1862; (Marriage)
At the parsonage North Melbourne, by Rev. W Byrnes, Robt. Terry of Flemington, to, Deborah Going, youngest dtr of Hercules Pole Poxey, esq Queens county Ireland
South Australian Register; 1892; (Marriage)
September, at all Souls church St Peters, by Rev. J C Hayes, Harry A.S.Meadows, to Marion Jane, youngest dtr of John Frederick Shortt Queens county Ireland