Police Station, Ingham
23. 1.1929 - 19.11.1929 POL 12G/G1 Queensland State Archives
12.11.1929 - 29. 4.1930 POL 12G/G2 Queensland State Archives
1. 1.1931 - 29.10.1931 POL 12G/G3 Queensland State Archives
29.10.1931 - 19. 7.1932 POL 12G/G4 Queensland State Archives
Extracted from index at start of Registers only.
. 7.1936 - .10.1936 POL 12G/G5 Queensland State Archives
.10.1936 - .12.1936 POL 12G/G6 Queensland State Archives
Extracted from Register.
Book POL 12G/G1 is often illegible. Pages 50-97 and 674-873 are missing.
The index under 'Abo' gives the following
Dandy died 34, 56, 57, 123 (pages)
Trackers Palm Island, fares 51
Ministers Removal Orders 185, 936
Absconded from Palm Island 556
Tim, re: death of 846
George Daylight & Malcolm Brown 821
Removal Orders 974
Page 34 28. 1.1929
Death of Dandy at the Aboriginal camp near Railway Bridge, Ingham
on 28. 1.1929. Mentions
Tracker Jack of Ingham
Page 185 4. 3.1929
Removal of 13 Aborugines from Ingham district to Palm Island.
Seven have gone. The following six are still to go.
Child, aged about 5 years if still alive
Page 556 3. 7.1929
Absconders from Palm Island. Not named.
11.12.1929 Page 120
Death of Doctor died 11.11.1929. Known as Doctor Dawson.
Bank account was transferred from Charters Towers in 1922.
29. 1.1931 Page 68
Following want to stay at Palm Island
Sam Boyd, getting old
Lambert Coldwater, lazy and troublesome
9. 3.1931 Page 202
Property of Bluey Roberts which was left at Longpocket
21. 4.1931 Page 357 Almost illegible
About Billy Lightning
25. 5.1931 Page 467
Absconders from Palm Island
Jack Tommy Tommy
Said to be heading for their own country.
15. 6.1931 Page 529
Willie Lightning H/C
Janie Lightning, his wife
Gracie Lightning, their child, 3 1/2 years
Paddy Lightning, their child, 2 years
Willie Lightning, their child, 6 months
They have been granted permission to go to Palm Island.
Came from Blue Range near Greenvale.
16. 6.1931 Page 534
2. 7.1931 page 604
Dick Shaw H/C from Mt Garnet. Bank account book not arrived yet.
15. 7.1931 Page 640
Darcy, known as Darcy Day, was in Charters Towers Hospital
with a broken leg.
29. 7.1931 Page 682
The following were asked for by the Superintendent, Palm Island
Jack Olville aka Jack Gunnawarra, native of Georgetown
All are deserters from Palm Island
10. 8.1931 Page 718
The following stole a dinghy from Palm Island
24. 8.1931 Page 770
Paddy proceeding to Palm Island at own request.
Convicted on 14. 2.1921 at Townsville of manslaughter.
Sentenced to 5 years in Stewart Creek gaol.
Undated Page 828
Virtually illegible but appears to be about deserters from Palm
Island as for pages 467 and 718.
15.11.1931 Page 64
Frank Casey H/C was at Ingham last July for a week then went
14. 6.1932 Page 802
No trace of Bob Dixon in district
28. 6.1932 Page 869
Sudden death of an Aboriginal female named Alice on 25. 6.1932
at Crotons Creek near Ingham. Aged 65 years.
Husband is Charlie No 2.
Son is George Dennis, exempt
25. 7.1936 Rosie removed to Cairns for Yarrabah November 1935
8. 8.1936 Sudden death of Jack Island on 8. 8.1936 at Ingham
25. 8.1936 Peter Airey P-107 at Greenvale. Went to Palm Island
for a visit.
27. 7.1936 Estate of Dick Gard. Brother is possibly
Charlie Williams C-82. Attached letter dated 21. 3.1936 mentions
the following whose whereabouts are unknown
The following have inoperative bank accounts but are supposedly
still in the district
Jack Wilson J-171
Rosie No 3 R-41
Attached letter dated 5. 4.1934 mentions death of Aborigine / Kanaka
named Jinnie on 4. 4.1934 at Hawkins Creek. Buried same day at
Hawkins Creek. Husband is Ken Ken (Kin Kin). Married about 4 years.
Also mentions Kanaka Tom Sandel. Ken Ken is a Kanaka.
6. 8.1936 Mentions Christie Palmerston C-82
12. 8.1936 Rations for the following from Palm Island who were
searching for a dinghy which disappeared when some Natives escaped
from Palm Island
13. 8.1936 Wages for Parker who was at Blue Range Station. Parker
now at Valley of Lagoons Stn.
21. 8.1936 Account for medical treatment for Willie Erin W-61 of
Ingham who is working at Prairie.
25. 8.1936 Removal order for Charlie Lewis of this district in
abeyance. Conducts himself in a satisfactory manner. No need to
act on Removal Order.
25. 8.1936 Money owed by Peter Wallace also known as Peter Eromanga
who is late of this district and now at Palm Island. Debt incurred
1. 9.1936 Debt actually owed by Dick Look, Chinese Herbalist.
2. 9.1936 Wages due to Dandy Atkinson
17. 9.1936 Agreement for Frank Fernleigh
19. 9.1936 Airey working at Greenvale Stn. Going to Palm Island
to get married. Husband and wife will work at Greenvale Stn.
Letter dated 16. 9.1936 says Peter Airey
Letter dated 17. 9.1936 mentions Peter Airey and wife to be
Maggie Tyson F/B of Palm Island.
Letter dated 2. 9.1936 mentions application to marry at Palm Island
for Peter Airey and Maggie Tyson
3.10.1936 Jack Ingham inquired for by Chief Protector. Not
18. 9.1936 Parker at Valley of Lagoons Stn in Mt Garnet
Protectorate. Transfer his account to Mt Garnet.
3.10.1936 Agreement for Jessie Sampson
7.10.1936 Expenses for escort of Harry Bunn H/C to Palm Island
3.11.1936 Fred Saunders has left Ingham district and is believed
to have gone to Innisfail
Letter dated 23.10.1936 states Fred Saunders H/C is married but
does not live with his wife.