We take from the Herald and Echo the following narrative of the stamping out of the notorious Kelly gang, very full telegraphic particulars of which appeared in our issue of ...Article : 5,167 words
The following is Robert Gibbon's narrative:—I am a farmer, living at present with Mr. Reynolds; I came to the railway station with Mr. Reynolds's brother at about eight ...Article : 397 words
John Stanistreet, the station-master at Glenrowan, states:—About 3 o'clock on Sunday morning a knock came to my door. I live at the gatehouse, within 100 yards of the station ...Article : 878 words
The news that Superintendent Hare was seriously wounded, one of his wrists having been shattered hy a ball, was received with great regret, and hopes were expressed that ...Article : 84 words
Ned. Kelly left by train for Melbourne, [?] morning. None of his wouuds are likely to [?]ove fatal. ...Article : 23 words
Superintendent Hare has returned to Melbourne. The wounded, Jones's children and the boy Reard[?], are still in the hospital at ...Article : 32 words
The following details show the manner in which Ned Kelly was captured, and his conduct afterwards. The outlaw maintained a stubbor[?] resistance to the last, and it was ...Article : 577 words
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