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THE KEW ASYLUM.
THREE ATTENDANTS DIS MISSED. DR. ELLERY TRANSFERRED Melbourne, December 18.
As the result of the report of the enquiry by the Royal Commissioner (Mr. Kelley, police magistrate) into the charges against Dr. Ellery, of the New [?],
the Government have dismissed from tlie public service Thorna* Myers, Krnest E. McDufi, and .I.mics W. O'Grady, atten- | dan Is at tin- iiew Asj-lum. l>r. Ellery ' | lias bwn relieved of his duties in the j j idiot a?yluni, iud transferred v> a junior i position at the Sunbury Asylum, l?i.t j I without loss uf sJilary. The superintcn ' 6?n', ai tiit> asylum (Dr. Hollow) ha* bt?^n j 1 relieved o: the respcnsiliTlity ot supet i-is i ing the iiiiot section, mid of the allow ! aniV2 of iso yearly, reoeivt-d for such : j superviiiimi. A st-nior medical officer ii.is I :>(?!??) ;jlacc-l in full wmlrol of the idiot j sei-li'iii. Tile dismissals wore discussed in the Loij:sl::tiv<- Assembly tliis nfternoon. The forniti- t'liic.l" Scc.rctiiiy (Mr. TunneciiS.^l >.M it Wits ;i stiiiin.-iiil ad to disiuiss tlie ti;rro .ittuiTliin!!-'. ?h" lirf'l ?auscd tin;' i iniirh-np.--!.vl cn.jniiy. and Mi. :-uowliall j (l.ilici-ilt sni'l >??' thrci- attcn.ir.7lts who ; hiid im'ch disuiisocd ?K-sr-r\<?(l in.- C>\c:-n -j nicntV th^nUs. j The l!oval Commissinnei toiiiid that j Myers, 11. D;i!f, and OTJrady had Riven lalsc evidence t? diurn-dit Dr. Kilery and have him sent away from K<*?-. ile also iound tli?t ih<-s.; onicoiK bad conspired, thoinjh it would n"t be wise vo proceed J ;i£-J.ia.st them up such charges.