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Series ID8522
Previous System LocationA/35054B-A/35073; RSI2559
TitleLetterbooks
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Start Date 2/1/1932
End Date 29/12/1955
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Abstract

Copies of letters sent by the Mount Garnet Police Station

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Items Total Items: 20
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System of Arrangement Chronological
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Agency IDTitleFromTo
1576Police Station, Mount Garnet N/A N/A
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Agency ID: 11454
Queensland Police Service
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These letterbooks contain the police reports on matters dealt with in their routine work, including: road accidents, care for destitute persons, transport of injured and sick persons to hospital, criminal matters, cattle stealing, burial of deceased destitute persons, missing persons inquired for by friends or the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, starting price betting, pilfering of goods from the railway and people travelling without railway tickets, searches for lost people, particularly aboriginals who had escaped from Palm Island, inspections of slaughterhouses and hotels, race meetings and rodeos especially those which the 9th Division AIF attended at Newman Park, Mount Garnet, in 1944, strikes at Tableland Tin Dredging Pty. Ltd. tin mining operations, alleged tin stealing at Ord, Sunnymount, Gilmore and Silver Valley, rations and clothes for aboriginals and removal of them to coastal mission stations.
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Queensland State Archives Series ID 8522, Letterbooks
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Last updated 9 September 2016
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0) ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/ )
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