Monthly Archives: August 2017

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An example of one pastoralists acquisitiveness

2017-12-16T08:43:52+00:00

Extract from Conspiracy of Silence [pp.18-19] by Timothy Bottoms PDF Version: Arthur Palmer (Premier: May 1870 - Jan 1874), like Thomas McIlwraith, Herbert and Mackenzie, and so many other Queensland colonial politicians, were also investing in pastoral runs on the expanding Queensland frontier. There can be no doubt that they had a vested interest [...]

An example of one pastoralists acquisitiveness 2017-12-16T08:43:52+00:00

The Queensland Native Mounted Police

2017-12-16T08:11:05+00:00

Extract from Conspiracy of Silence [pp.18-19] by Timothy Bottoms The Native Police force became the legitimate instrument of government policy, first in NSW and later in the newly formed colony of Queensland.[1] The Native Police had three duties: to break up - disperse - large assemblages of Blacks, and at the same time to [...]

The Queensland Native Mounted Police 2017-12-16T08:11:05+00:00

Under the Act An Overview

2017-12-16T08:43:42+00:00

by Timothy Bottoms PDF Version:Under-the-Act-An-Overview-by-Timothy-Bottoms It was the design and action of the state government (both Labor and conservative), under the auspices of the Aboriginals Department that implemented the control of Indigenous Queenslanders. Local whites had little or no say in government policy. The Aboriginal Protection and Restriction of the Sale of Opium Act [...]

Under the Act An Overview 2017-12-16T08:43:42+00:00

Moreton Bay Courier 4 April 1861: LEGALISED MURDER OF ABORIGINES

2017-12-16T08:43:19+00:00

CONTEXT BY TIMOTHY BOTTOMS This letter was published on 4 April 1861, some 2½ years after the colony of Queensland came into existence (10 December 1859). During this period of the first Queensland colonial government they were referred to colloquially as the 'Squatting Ministry'. The Treasury was broke so the Executive [...]

Moreton Bay Courier 4 April 1861: LEGALISED MURDER OF ABORIGINES 2017-12-16T08:43:19+00:00

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Cullin-la-ringo, Emerald, QLD, Thursday 17 October 1861

2017-12-16T08:43:04+00:00

Example of Inappropriate Frontier Memorial Signage at the Cullin-la-ringo Site None of this information is acknowledged on site or in the district. The entrance to Cullin-la-Ringo historic site, South-West of Emerald (Qld), in 2009. Note the sign does not mention the Aboriginal tribal group or any reason for the massacre occurring or the result [...]

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Cullin-la-ringo, Emerald, QLD, Thursday 17 October 1861 2017-12-16T08:43:04+00:00

MEDIA RELEASE: Dr Timothy Bottoms publishes results of extensive research

2017-12-16T08:42:48+00:00

PAPER PUBLISHED JULY 2017: Genocide in Colonial Queensland, Australia   PDF VERSION Queensland's Genocide Experience on the 19th Century frontier, Hidden in the 20th, acknowledged in the 21st (?) https://www.crikey.com.au/2017/07/07/online-map-of-aboriginal-massacres-evinces-the-shocking-truth-of-colonial-violence/ Dr Timothy Bottoms, Senior Historian with NQ Research Associates has published his latest academic paper, which effectively argues that the violence on [...]

MEDIA RELEASE: Dr Timothy Bottoms publishes results of extensive research 2017-12-16T08:42:48+00:00

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Hornet Bank, Taroom, QLD, Tuesday 27 October 1857

2017-12-16T08:41:59+00:00

Hornet Bank is a private property and to preserve the owners privacy it would not be appropriate to try and establish signage unless they were agreeable, but it is a working property, so it is unlikely they would want any signage on the property itself. Possible it could be acknowledged in Taroom the closest [...]

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Hornet Bank, Taroom, QLD, Tuesday 27 October 1857 2017-12-16T08:41:59+00:00

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Eidsvold, NSW, 1851-1856

2017-12-16T08:41:46+00:00

Example of Inappropriate Frontier Memorial Signage in Eidsvold Just north of Eidsvold (c.120kms South West of Bundaberg) locals have erected a shelter in honour of the NSW Native Mounted Police. This force was incorporated into the Queensland Native Police after separation (December 1859). It is apparent that their role as exterminator's of Aboriginal people [...]

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Eidsvold, NSW, 1851-1856 2017-12-16T08:41:46+00:00

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Myall Creek, NSW, Sunday 10 June 1838

2017-12-16T08:41:19+00:00

Dr Timothy Bottoms was Guest Speaker at the Myall Creek Memorial Commemoration Ceremony 8 June 2014. SOURCE: http://honesthistory.net.au Myall Creek Memorial Talk, Sunday 8 June 2014, Honest History, 23 June 2014, updated This item is relevant to the history of relations between Indigenous and White Australians but also to the way we have suppressed and distorted that [...]

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Myall Creek, NSW, Sunday 10 June 1838 2017-12-16T08:41:19+00:00

Native Police Regulations Queensland Government Gazette 10 March 1866

2017-12-16T08:39:52+00:00

Native Police Regulations as published in Queensland Government Gazette (10 March 1866) Rule 1 was not included. It is impossible to give precise directions for the execution of every duty which the force may be required to perform, or to anticipate every difficulty which its members may have to encounter, [...]

Native Police Regulations Queensland Government Gazette 10 March 1866 2017-12-16T08:39:52+00:00