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Justice Frederick W. DicksonJustice Frederick W. Dickson was born in Melbourne on July 1st 1859.

He was the second son of Sir James R. Dickson, who was a prominent figure in Queensland politics, having been Premier and the holder of other State portfolios.

He also subsequently moved into the wider Federal arena as Minister admitted to the Queensland Bar on August 1st 1882.

During the very lengthy period that he discharged the duties of Crown Prosecutor, on many occasions he acted as a Judge of the Supreme Court and as a Judge of the District Court.

Appointed to the 1899 Police Commission along with:

Judge Noel (chairman), Messrs. F. W. Dickson, barrister-at-law, T. Garvin, a superintendent in the New South Wales Police Force, J. Sadlier, late inspecting superintendent of the Victorian Police, and T. O. Unmack, with Mr. J. W. Blair, barrister-at-law, as secretary.

Justice Dickson also acted as Industrial Court Judge, and one of his awards from that Bench became familiarly known throughout Australia as the ‘Dickson Award’ for the sugar industry.

In the Maryborough City Council industrial dispute, Acting Judge Dickson extended an invitation to the parties to approach each other in the spirit of conciliation with the aim of reaching an amicable settlement.

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