Police Department, Commissioner's Office
Miscellaneous Correspondence and Reports
POL /J21 Queensland State Archives
Extracts 1898 - 1957
26. 9.1921 C.P.A., South Brisbane
Re: Burial expenses for the following aborigines
Maisie Buried on 19. 7.1921. Wife of Albert Wilson,
then Police Tracker, Townsville.
Isobel Bundy Buried 24. 8.1920. Infant.
Willie Buried 30.11.1920
26. 9.1917 Brisbane Police
Re: Voucher for the burial of Caroline Walker.
3. 9.1917 Bundaberg Police
Caroline Walker was living with her nephew Arthur Rows,
half-caste. She died on 28. 8.1917
7. 1.1903 Longreach Police
Re: Aboriginal Jacky aged about 75 years who died near
Jericho. He died on 5. 1.1903 at 10 Mile Camp.
27. 7.1903 North Rockhampton Police
Re: Half-caste girl Eliza Buffham, 14 years old. Came from
Longreach to North Rockhampton.
12. 3.1903 Yeppoon Police
Re: Death of aboriginal Jimmy Barwell, who died on 9. 3.1903
on the way to Rockhampton Hospital.
16. 4.1946 Mt. Molloy Police
Re: Death of aboriginal George Palmer at Mt. Molloy
Aboriginal Reserve on 10.11.1945.
17. 9.1946 Dept. Native Affairs
Re: Expenses for the burial of aboriginal George Dodd at
3. 6.1957 Birdsville Police
Re: Despatch of aboriginal Mary Parker, Pandi Pandi Station,
South Australia, by air from Birdsville to Leigh Creek, South
Australia on 31. 5.1957.
22. 5.1957 Longreach Police
Re: Mary Parker. Reason for travel is childbirth.
All correspondence is about Gertie Solomon (nee Robinson)
17. 6.1946 Mackay Police
Lives with her husband George Solomon on Harrybrandt Station,
Nebo. Exempt from Act.
7. 6.1946 Nebo Police
George Solomon is a full blood. He lives with his wife and
child at Nebo. Thinks he is exempted.
19. 4.1946 Mackay Police
Gertie Solomon - Mother was a full blood. Father was a
half-caste. Married at Woorabinda about 6 years ago.
11. 4.1946 Pension's Office, Brisbane
Gertie Solomon - child born at Mackay District Hospital
on 18. 3.1946. Gertie is 34 years old, born at Ipswich,
and married George Solomon at Woorabinda on 4. 2.1939.
21. 5.1900 Rockhampton Police
Re: Death of an aboriginal infant about 12 days old at the
aboriginal camp, Port Curtis.
11.12.1899 Rockhampton Police
Re: Death of sick and destitute female aboriginal Norah
on 9.12.1899 in the black's camp at North Rockhampton.
9.12.1899 North Rockhampton Police
Mentions Tiger, aboriginal at the black's camp, North
18. 9.1903 Normanton Police
Re: Half-caste blind girl Maudie shipped from Normanton on
the 'Maranoa'. Aged 10 years.
24. 8.1898 Rockhampton Police
Mentions aboriginals Sarah and Cissie at Willows Station.
Batch 419M/10 (Cover only)
9. 5.1913 Aboriginal Daylight absconded from Ipswich, leaving
20. 5.1913 Daylight's children committed to Deebing Creek Settlement.
4. 9.1930 Home Department, Brisbane
Re: Expenses of Aboriginal witnesses. Meals supplied at
Townsville Watchhouse to:
Keith Aubrey Walsh
10. 4.1930 Brisbane Police
Peter Prior, aboriginal, believed to have taken part in the
murder of Robert Henry Curry, Superintendent of Palm Island,
on 3. 2.1929.