Police Commission : charges against members of the police force : return to an order of the Legislative Assembly dated 22nd November 1881 for copies of any communications the Chief Secretary may have received from members of the police with regard to the charges against them in the report of the Police Commission

Corporate Author: Victoria. Chief Secretary's Dept.
Other Authors: Alexander, Robert (Reg. No. 2755), b. 1848, Chomley, Hussey Malone, 1832-1906, Hare, Francis Augustus, 1830-1892, Hedberg, Oscar Eliceus (Reg. No. 2632), 1853-1923, Montfort, William Bradish, 1834-1905, Moore, Robert, Nicolson, Charles Hope, 1829-1898, Sadleir, John Daniel, 1833-1919, Ward, Michael Edward 1845-1921, Wilson, Thomas Richard, 1834-1895
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1881
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1881, no. C 6
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Item Description: "Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 24th December 1881"
Includes correspondence of 14 Nov. 1881 from asst. commissioner Charles Hope Nicolson to the acting chief commissioner of police (Hussey Malone Chomley) attaching Nicolson's Remarks upon the second progress report of the Royal Commission on Police, extracts from his Report of the 25th April 1872 against the proposed abolition of the Glemore police station, and extracts from his Reports of October 1877 relative to his inspection of Greta and Chiltern
Includes correspondence of 20 Oct. 1881 from supt. Francis Hare to the acting chief commissioner of police (Hussey Malone Chomley) seeking permission from the chief secretary to respond to statements made by a majority of the Royal Commissioners in reply to Mr. Dixon's protest (which accompanied their second progress report) and Hare's subsequent letter of 24 Oct. 1880 [i.e. 1881] to the chief secretary
Includes correspondence of 19 Oct 1881 from supt. John Sadleir to the acting chief commissioner of police (Hussey Malone Chomley) requesting permission from the chief secretary to respond to paragraph 6 of the Royal Commission's second progress report, and his subsequent letter to the acting chief commissioner of 24 Oct. 1881 attaching extracts from the Benalla Standard 21 Oct. 1881 and the Ovens and Murray Standard 22 Oct. 1880
Includes correspondence of 21 Nov. 1881 from detective Michael Edward Ward requesting the officer in charge of detectives to forward his attached report of the same date, in response to the Royal Commission's recommendation in reference to him, to the acting chief commissioner of police for transmission to the chief secretary
Includes correspondence of 5 Nov. 1881 from mounted constable Robert Alexander (Reg. No. 2755) to inspector Montfort of Benalla requesting that the attached corresponence (comprising three statements by Alexander) be forwarded to the acting chief commissioner of police
Other mentions: The Age 11,15,17, Albury (NSW) 6,13, Albury [Police] district (NSW) 6, mounted const. [Robert] Alexander [2],18,19,20,21,[22], [George Vasey Allen] given as Allan (Daily Telegraph reporter) 15, The Argus 14,15, const. [Henry] Armstrong 10,14,16,19,20,21,[22], const. [James Murdoch] Arthur 14,15, Avenel 9, sub inspector Henry Baber 16, [Bank of Victoria (Oxley)} given as Oxley Bank 19, [Bank of Victoria (Seymour)] given as banks at Seymour 4,9, constable Daniel Barry 14,15,18, Mrs. [Ellen] Barry 18,19,20,21, [Gustav and William] Baumgarten 6, Beechworth 5,8,9,10,19, Beechworth [Police] district 6, 20,[22], Benalla [3],6,9,10,11,12,13,14,18,21, Benalla standard 16, [Graham] Berry 9, Bourke [Police] district 4,9, Sir George Bowen 8, [const. Hugh] Bracken 10,11, Joe Byrne 5,19,20,21, Mrs [Margaret] Byrne 4,10,19, Mr. [Francis Thomas Dean] Carrington 10,15, Mr. [Martin] Cherry 15, Chiltern [3],6, H[ussey] M[alone] Chomley 6,7,13,17,18, [Colonial Bank of Australasia (Nagambie)] given as banks at Nagambie 9, [Colonial Bank of Australasia (Seymour)] given as banks at Seymour 4,9, [Commercial Bank of Australia (Avenel)] given as banks at Avenel 9, [Commercial Bank of Australia (Nagambie)] given as banks at Nagambie 9, [M.] Connor 5, Corowa 6, [Daily] Telegraph 15, Mr. [Edward John] Dixon 6,7,8,9,10, const. [James Frederick] Dixon 18, const. [Thomas Patrick] Dowling 14,15,19,20,21,[22], const. [William] Duross 18,19,20,21,[22], const. [James] Dwyer 14,15, East Melbourne 6, Eldorado [22], Mr. [Robert] Ellery 16, Euroa 4,9,20,21, const. [Alexander Wilson] Fitzpatrick 13, National Bank of Australasia (Euroa) (given as Euroa Bank) 4,8,9,13, const. [Alfred] Falkner [i.e. Falkiner] 5,18, sr. const [Ernest] Flood 13,16, Mr. [William Henry] Foster [police magistrate] 16, const. [Patrick] Gascoyne [i.e. Gascoigne] 14, Dean [Matthew] Gibney 14,15,16, Gippsland [3],5,13, Glemore [3],5, Glenmore police station [3],5, Glenrowan 8,10,11,13,14,16,17,18, [Glenrowan or Jones's] Hotel 10,11,14,15,16,17,20, Glenrowan Police Station 18, [Glenrowan] railway station 11,14,20, constable Gorman 8, J[ames] H[owlin] Graves 13, Greta [3],4,6, Greta Police Station [3],6, const. [Newman] Hagger 18, supt, [Francis Augustus] Hare [2],[3],4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,20,21, mounted const. O[scar] E[liceus] Hedberg (Reg. No. 2632) 18, Howlong (NSW) 6, Jamieson 5, Jerilderie 20,21, sr. const. [Charles] Johnston 14,15,16, Julian's [shanty Woolshed] 19, foot constable [Timothy] Keane 9, Dan Kelly 4,5,20,21, Mrs. [Ellen] Kelly 4,6, sr. const. [John] Kelly 10,11,14,15,16,20, Ned Kelly 4,6,11,14,15,16,19,20, Kelly gang/outlaws/pursuit [3],4,5,6,8,9,10,11,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20, Kelly Reward Board 5,16, [Daniel Keith Kennedy] given by alias Diseased Stock 5, sgt. [Michael] Kennedy [3],9, const. [Robert] McColl 18, [McDonnell's Hotel (Glenrowan)] given as McDonald's hotel 16, Mr. [John] McWhirter 11,14,15, Mansfield 5, Melbourne [3],4,5,6,10,11,12,13,15,16,17,18,19,20,21, Mr. [Joseph Delgarno] Melvin 14,15, Milewa 19, inspector W[illiam] B[radish] Montfort 18, detective Robert Moore (Reg. No. 2147) 17, sr. const. [Patrick] Mullane 13,14,15,18, Murray [River] 6, Nagambie 9, New South Wales police 6, Dr. [John] Nicholson 14,15,16, Mr. [Charles Hope] Nicolson [2],[3],4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,16,17, North-eastern [Police] district [3],4,5,7,8,9,10,12,18, [Louisa O'Connor] given as "ladies in the special train" 10, inspector [Stanhope] O'Connor 10,11,12,14,15, Ovens and Murray Advertiser 16, [Cornelius O'Donoghue] (schoolmaster Woolshed) given as O'Donoughue 20, [Johanna O'Donoghue] given as "his wife" 20, the Ovens 5, Ovens district police 6, the Plenty 5, [Police trackers] given as Queensland trackers 4 & black trackers 11, [Harry] Power (bushranger) 5, Powlett Street [East Melb.] 6,7, Quat Quatta (NSW) 6, James and John Quin [i.e. Quinn] 5, Margaret Quinn 4, Pat Quinn 4,9,13, given by his alias Foote 4,13 & referred to as "the other Quin" 5, Queensland 4,5, R[obert] Ramsay 5,12, C[harles] C[ampion] Rawlins (also given as Rawlings) 11,14,15,16, [Michael Reardon] given as young Riordan 14, const. Redding 8, [Richmond Police] depôt 8,9, Rev. [Edwin] Rodda 15,16, const. Dr. [Charles Snodgrass] Ryan 11, [Cornelius] Ryan 14, supt. [John] Sadleir [2],8,9,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,20, Sebastopol 4,13,18,19,[22], F[rederick] H[ughes] Secretan 17, Seymour 4,9, Aaron Sherritt 4,5,10,11,18,19,20,21,[22], [Anne] Sherritt 19, [Ellen] Sherritt 18,19,20,21, Jack [i.e. John James] Sherritt Jr. 5, Jack [i.e. John James] Sherritt Sr. 5, [William] Sherritt 5, Mr. Singleton (Albury Police District NSW) 6, [Maggie (Margaret) Skilling] given as Mrs. Skillian 13,16, [Miss Smith] (Louisa O'Connor's sister) given as "ladies in the special train" 10, inspector Brooke Smith [3],4,17,19, captain [Frederick] Standish [3],4,5,7,8-9,11,12,13,15,16,17, [John Stanistreet] given as station-master [Glenrowan] 11, sgt. [Arthur Loftus] Steele [3],6,14,16, [Anthony Strahan] given as sr. const. Strachan [3], Tallarook ranges 5, const. [Hugh] Thom 6, [Victoria.] Governor [Normanby] 7, [Victoria. Office of the Chief Commissioner of Police] given as Chief Commissioner's office [3],6,18, [Victoria. Police Regulation Act 1873 No. 476] given as Police Regulation Statute (sec. 42) [3],5, [Victoria Police Force] given as Police department/force [3],4,5,7,8,9,11,12,13,16,17,18, [Victoria Police Force. Detective Branch] given as Detective Office 17, Wangaratta [3],5,6,19,20, detective [Michael Edward] Ward [2],17,18,19,21, sgt. [James] Whelan 14, [Anton Wick] given as the German 19, [William] Williamson 4,9, T[homas] R[ichard] Wilson (acting under-secretary) 6,13, Mr. [Frederick Alfred] Winch 7,13, Wombat [Ranges] murders [3],4,8, Wood's point 5, the Woolshed 5,20, Wooragee (given as Warrago) 20 and Mr. [Alfred] Wyatt 4,12
Physical Description: 21p. : plan of Aaron Sherritt's house, Sebastopol ; 33cm.