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BENDIGO SUICIDE. THE INQUEST OPENED. FREEMAN'S DIARY.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 13 June 1908, page 17
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2013-05-31 16:57:25.0user:public:John.F.HallBENDIGO, Friday-In, conection with
who shot himself in the mouth at his resi
dence, Forest St street on Thursday after un
successfully shooting at his wife Mr E. N. Moore
PM, opened an inquest on Friday,
Mrs Freeman gave evidence as to the oc
shot. They had not quarelled that day
It consisted of nothing but untrue statements
and no good would be served by
putting it in as evidence and having it pub
of deceased who was in the house at the
time of the shooting In the meantime a
BENDIGO, Friday –In conection with
who shot himself in the mouth at his resi-
dence, Forest-street, on Thursday, after un-
successfully shooting at his wife, Mr E. N. Moore
P.M., opened an inquest on Friday,
Mrs. Freeman gave evidence as to the oc-
shot. They had not quarrelled that day,
It consisted of nothing but untrue state-
ments, and no good would be served by
putting it in as evidence and having it pub-
of deceased, who was in the house at the
time of the shooting. In the meantime a
2012-03-11 21:34:40.0anonymousdence, Forest-st street on Thursday nfter un  
currence She said she spoke to deceased
a few minutes before she heard the firrst
shot They had not quarelled that day
and she could not account for the deed
lished However it would be accepted
dence, Forest St street on Thursday after un  
currence. She said she spoke to deceased
a few minutes before she heard the first
shot. They had not quarelled that day
and she could not account for the deed.
lished. However it would be accepted
2009-10-02 16:38:20.0anonymousthe death of the old man, Hams Freeman,
»»Ho shot himself m the mouth it his resi
dence, Toi est sheet on Ihur.da» nfter un
successfully shooting it bia iiifc "\Ii E N
Moore P "\I opened an inquest on Tridaj,
Mt s Freemin gave c\tdeni.e is to the oc
cuticncc She stid she spoke to deceiscd
a fe« minutos befóte "he heaid the hrst
shot Ibcj. had not quuirelled tint daj
and she could not iccount for the deed
The Colonel «.aid he hod te id the diii\
It consisted of nothing but untiue bt ite
ments ind no good \»ould be «.er\ed bj
putting it in as evidence and huwng it pub
itahed Howo\et it »»ould bo accepted
v> tth the depositions
FREESIAN'S DIAKY.
Hie inquest »na idjonined until ludnv
ne\t to .lloiv of the attend mee of the sou
of deceased »»ho »»?--, ni the house it tin
time of the shooting In the lne.ntime _
postmoitem c\.minttton will be held
the death of the old man, Harris Freeman,
who shot himself in the mouth at his resi
dence, Forest-st street on Thursday nfter un
successfully shooting at his wife Mr E. N. Moore
PM, opened an inquest on Friday,
Mrs Freeman gave evidence as to the oc
currence She said she spoke to deceased
a few minutes before she heard the firrst
shot They had not quarelled that day
and she could not account for the deed
The Coroner said he had read the diary.
It consisted of nothing but untrue statements
and no good would be served by
putting it in as evidence and having it pub
lished However it would be accepted
with the depositions.
FREEMAN'S DIARY.
The inquest was adjourned until Friday
next to allow of the attendance of the son
of deceased who was in the house at the
time of the shooting In the meantime a
post-mortem examination will be held.

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