1873 – He was born on the 29th of April at Norwich, England.
1896 – He was as an assistant engineer by the Western Australian railways.
1906 – He published three important works on the physical characteristics and economic uses of Australian hardwoods.
1907 – He moved to Sydney as consulting engineer to Allen Taylor & Co. Ltd, timber merchants, at a salary of £550 and the right of private practice.
– Julius was president of the Engineering Association of New South Wales for three terms.
1913 – He invented the racecourse totalizator; it was first used at Auckland, New Zealand.
1914 – Julius was joined in partnership by William Poole.
1917 – He was President of the Electrical Association of Australia.
1919 – A founder of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, he was on the preliminary committee.
1927 – He was awarded the (Sir) Peter Nicol Russell memorial medal.
1929 – He was Knighted, Julius was a member of the Commonwealth Board of Trade.
1932 – He was president of the Rotary Club of Sydney.
1936 – Julius was appointed chairman of the important Commonwealth Committee on Secondary Industries Testing and Research.
1939 – He was awarded the Kernot medal, also a D.Sc by the University of New Zealand.
1946 – Julius died of coronary vascular disease and cancer at his Killara home on the 28th of June and was cremated.