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With the Bowlers SHIELD POSITION IS INTERESTING (Article), Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Thursday 2 October 1952 page Article 2014-09-02 21:29 With the Bowlers.~"-.--.-.- .ý
been made Interesting as a result of United Ser
vices success over Ipawich last Saturday. Much
A win over Ipaswih would
If Ipswich wins, the des
tination of the trophy prob
ably will be decided on aver
margin plus 102; United Ser
one match win, 9S rink wins,
no match win, 41 rink wins,
popular. the attendances
nommittee, however, would
f:uctions which are a good
source of revenue. which.
Best wishes for their suei
-ntered for the metropolitan
oadges may obtain them by
Secretary Alex Gibb or.
alternately, if th-v are pre-i
sent. at any stage of the
vetserans' rink competitionl
in Brisbane they will bej
With the Bowlers.
been made interesting as a result of United Ser-
vices success over Ipswich last Saturday. Much
A win over Ipswich would
If Ipswich wins, the des-
tination of the trophy prob-
ably will be decided on aver-
margin plus 102; United Ser-
one match win, 9½ rink wins,
no match win, 4½ rink wins,
popular, the attendances
committee, however, would
functions which are a good
source of revenue, which,
Best wishes for their suc-
entered for the metropolitan
badges may obtain them by
Secretary Alex Gibb or,
alternately, if they are pre-
sent, at any stage of the
veterans' rink competition
in Brisbane they will be
Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] TOWNSVILLE, April 5. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 17 April 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 20:17 In my last reference is made tothedisappearance
pooh-poohing the remarkable story of Thomp
ia now wanted on a charge of neglecting the
In my last reference is made to the disappearance
pooh-poohing the remarkable story of Thomp-
is now wanted on a charge of neglecting the
COUNTRY MAILS. MARYBOROUGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 3. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Tuesday 6 April 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 20:15 Mrs Thompson, wife of the late landlord of
been beforo the public lecently, in connection
with the Lionel Paul mystery sued her hus-
to serve tho summons on tho defendant.
Mrs. Thompson, wife of the late landlord of
been before the public recently, in connection
with the Lionel Paul mystery, sued her hus-
to serve the summons on the defendant.
THE MYSTERY OF LIONEL PAUL. Brisbane, Friday, January 8. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Tuesday 12 January 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 20:13 (From the Aflaryoroih COhronicle.)
[ax XEcC$e TELEGRAPHL.J
.Brisbane, Friday, January 8.
(From the Maryborough Chronicle.)
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]
Brisbane, Friday, January 8.
Brisbane. March 26. (Article), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Saturday 27 March 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 20:11 cine to the discovery of the supposed mur
derers of Mr. Lionel F. Paul, who disap
peared mysteriously from his sugar planta
tion near Matyborough in January of last
The Speaker hag issued a writ for the
election of » member for Blaokall in the place
23th^April; polling day, April 20.
| " ?J© BE HANGED. . '
The ExecBtive Council this morning con
clue to the discovery of the supposed mur-
derers of Mr. Lionel F. Paul, who disap-
peared mysteriously from his sugar planta-
tion near Maryborough in January of last
The Speaker has issued a writ for the
election of a member for Blackall in the place
23thApril; polling day, April 20.
TO BE HANGED.
The Executive Council this morning con
Advertising (Advertising), Queensland Figaro and Punch (Brisbane, Qld. : 1885 - 1889), Saturday 6 February 1886 page Advertising 2014-09-02 20:07 Me LIONEL F. PAUL.
REFERRlNGr to tlie Notice dated 4th Janu
Government Gazette of 9fch January. offeting a
Reward of FIVE HUN DEED POUNDS to any
person/not being- the actual offender, for such
information ae will, load to the apprehension
are instructed to offer the sum of ONE HUN
same terms as the Government reward,
ary, i.886, published in tbe Queensland
Re LIONEL F. PAUL.
REFERRlNG to the Notice dated 4th Janu-
Government Gazette of 9th January, offering a
Reward of FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS to any
person, not being the actual offender, for such
information as will, lead to the apprehension
are instructed to offer the sum of ONE HUN-
same terms as the Government reward.
ary, 1886, published in the Queensland
Advertising (Advertising), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Thursday 28 January 1886 page Advertising 2014-09-02 20:04 who disappetred from his home at Higkgrovc,
near Maryborough, on the 20th of jAuaary last,
has been murdered, it is hereby notified tlab a
Reward of £600 will be paid to any tertrn,
not being the actual offender, who roav give
sacb information as will lead to ihe appre
hension and conviction of tbe murderer or
463 8. W. GRIFFITH,
To the Ratepayers of Maryborough ,
who disappeared from his home at Highgrove,
near Maryborough, on the 20th of January last,
has been murdered, it is hereby notified that a
Reward of £500 will be paid to any person,
not being the actual offender, who may give
such information as will lead to the appre-
hension and conviction of the murderer or
453 S. W. GRIFFITH.
To the Ratepayers of Maryborough,
tHE Maryborough Mystery—Disappearance of Mr. Lionel Paul. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 16 January 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 20:01 sought for,but could not be found. Arthur
case.' it was considered by those who were
date of Idonel'a disappearance, operated to the  
full#st,extent on the tatter's bank. aooofcbt and  
taken MnpleUi possession of Jionel'a affairs,
was at a teratagein the prosecution met by
what Is Hndetatooa« in the absence of any  
which only Lionel Paul himself can furnish—;
"The resultot the revelations was that
' tybneVs brother, Mr. Edward Paul, oame from
low through the oolonfes ..fey advertisements
in the nefvspapew, employiMof the detective
police, and'all other means, (ailed to diioover  
the missing man. Nothing oould be aaoer
tained toshowtbat be was at the Metropolitan  
letters were dated, or at any other time there  
Whatare the recent developments which
led to the offer of a reward of £500 for- the
conviotion of lionel Paul's murderor, we do
not know i 'murder will oat,' wo oty trust
if indeed murder Is at tne bottom of it.
sought for, but could not be found. Arthur
case.' It was considered by those who were
date of Lionel's disappearance, operated to the  
fullest extent on the latter's bank account and  
taken complete possession of Lionel's affairs,
was at a later stage in the prosecution met by
what is understood, in the absence of any  
which only Lionel Paul himself can furnish —
"The result of the revelations was that
Lionel's brother, Mr. Edward Paul, came from
low through the colonies by advertisements
in the newspapers, employing of the detective
police, and all other means, failed to discover  
the missing man. Nothing oould be ascer-
tained to show that he was at the Metropolitan  
letters were dated, or at any other time there- 
What are the recent developments which
led to the offer of a reward of £500 for the
conviction of Lionel Paul's murderer, we do
not know ; 'murder will out,' we may trust
if indeed murder is at the bottom of it.
tHE Maryborough Mystery—Disappearance of Mr. Lionel Paul. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 16 January 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 19:46 discoveryof one forgery quickly revealed
deMewhloh,«ithesurface,explainedawaythe
» apparent complications. Thus, the awkward
tiKmmstitnee* that Arthur Pan! bad, after the
. date of Idonel'a disappearance, operated to the
" |ull#st,extent on the tatter's bank. aooofcbt and
VJskeh^MnpleUi possession of Jionel'a affairs,
*asata|ateratagein the prosecution met by
the production ol a power-of-attorney bearing
* what Is Hndetatooa« in the absence of any
direct evidence, to the eontrary—evidenoe
whlthinly Lionel Paul himself can furnish—;
to bethe signature of the milling man.
VThe resultot the revelations was that
India to Queensland three months. ago to
low thnwgh the oolonfes ..fey advertisements
inthe nefvspapew, employiMof the detective
' noliee, and'all other means, (ailed to diioover
the missing mah, Nothing oould be aaoer
. talned toshowtbat be was at the Metropolitan
"' Hotel, Brisbane, in January, 1885, where the
, fetters were dated, or at any other time there
abouts, His remittances continued to arrive
until stopped by his family, and lionel never
, djSwa^aiiut them or otherwise showed signs
discovery of one forgery quickly revealed
dence which, on the surface, explained away the
apparent complications. Thus, the awkward
circumstances that Arthur Paul had, after the
date of Idonel'a disappearance, operated to the
full#st,extent on the tatter's bank. aooofcbt and
taken MnpleUi possession of Jionel'a affairs,
was at a teratagein the prosecution met by
the production of a power-of-attorney bearing
what Is Hndetatooa« in the absence of any
direct evidence, to the contrary —evidence
which only Lionel Paul himself can furnish—;
to be the signature of the missing man.
"The resultot the revelations was that
India to Queensland three months ago to
low through the oolonfes ..fey advertisements
in the nefvspapew, employiMof the detective
police, and'all other means, (ailed to diioover
the missing man. Nothing oould be aaoer
tained toshowtbat be was at the Metropolitan
Hotel, Brisbane, in January, 1885, where the
letters were dated, or at any other time there
abouts. His remittances continued to arrive
until stopped by his family, and Lionel never
drew against them or otherwise showed signs of life."
tHE Maryborough Mystery—Disappearance of Mr. Lionel Paul. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 16 January 1886 page Article 2014-09-02 19:40 from fligbjrrove ,*n4 bis Hbhe xetnrdd home
without jkfider) that afew days, later letters
were recieved /from Lionel Pant, dated
Metropolitan Hotel, BrisbWfc stating be
might not return for a long tifee, aud asking
AithprPanl toiopk :JtfterHighgrove. The
thepiy jBranoed by Arthur Paul aud his
? wilnBSM»iv*» |bi.t there was "a lady in the
case,*' %t was considered by "those who were
- prtSent at the 'trial of Arthur Paul as very
- re&attable that he had been able a day
orsoafterbeing confronted with any new
: and embarrassing phase of his ease—for the
disooveryof one forgery quickly revealed
several more-—to proauoe documentary evi
from Highgrove , and his horse returned home
without a rider; that a few days, later letters
were received from Lionel Paul, dated
Metropolitan Hotel, Brisbane, stating he
might not return for a long time, and asking
Arthur Paul to look after Highgrove. The
theory advanced by Arthur Paul and his
witnesses was that there was 'a lady in the
case.' it was considered by those who were
present at the trial of Arthur Paul as very
remarkable that he had been able a day
or so after being confronted with any new
and embarrassing phase of his case —for the
discoveryof one forgery quickly revealed
several more —to produce documentary evi-

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