Police Commission : charges against members of the police force : additional return to an order of the Legislative Assembly, dated 22nd November 1881 for copies of any communications the Chief Secretary may have received from the 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: Chomley, Hussey Malone, 1832-1906, Montfort, William Bradish, 1834-1905, O'Connor, Stanhope Edward Dunn, 1848?-1908, Steele, Arthur Loftus Maule 1837-1914, Wallace, Peter Brown, 1831-1886
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"
No. 1. Report of 15th Dec. 1881 from Sergeant Steele to the acting chief commissioner of police (H. M. Chomley) relative to the recommendation of the Police Commission, accompanied by a minute of the same date from W[illiam] B[radish] Monfort to the acting chief commissioner, and a minute from H[ussey] M[alone] Chomley dated 19th Dec. 1881 noting that the Report had been submitted to the chief secretary
No. 2. Memorial relative to sgt. Steele's case (26th Oct. 1881) to the chief secretary from 310 residents in and around the town of Wangaratta
No. 3. Memorial relative to sgt. Steele's case (29th Oct. 1881) to the chief secretary from 23 residents in Yackandandah and neighbourhood forwarded & signed by P. B. Wallace
No. 4. undated Memorial relative to sgt. Steele's case to the chief secretary from 12 residents of Chiltern
No. 5. Public meeting re Sergeant Steele : extract reprinted from The Ovens and Murray Advertiser of Saturday October 29 1881
No. 6. Memorial relative to sgt. Steele's case (dated Myrtleford 22nd Oct. 1881) to the chief secretary from 35 residents of the North-Eastern district and a list other petitions also forwarded to the chief secretary from Wangaratta by Hon. H. Bolton, from Beechworth, Stanley, Bright and Chiltern by Hon. B. Kerferd and from Yackandandah by P. B. Wallace
No. 7. Letter of protest (dated Flemington 28th Nov. 1881) from Stanhope O'Connor [to the chief secretary] against the verdict of the Royal Commission
Other mentions: The Age 3, The Argus 7, const. [James Murdoch] Arthur [3], Baumgartens [Gustav and William] receivers of stolen horses 6, Mr. [Arthur] Baynes 6, Beechworth 8, Benalla [3],5,6, H[enry] Bolton (M.P. who forwarded a petition from Wangaratta to the chief secretary) 8, Bright 8, [Francis Thomas Dean] Carrington 5, Chiltern 4,5,8, H[ussey] M[alone] Chomley (acting police chief commissioner) [3], [Thomas] Curnow 6, Mr. [Albert Llewellyn] Ely 7, Flemington 8, const. [Ernest] Flood 6, Glenrowan [3],5,6,7, [James Macpherson Grant] chief secretary [3],4,6,7,8, [W. C. Hearn] given as The Mayor (Wangaratta) 4,5,7,Mrs. [Ann] Jones 5, Edward/Ned Kelly [3],5,6,7, sr. const. [John] Kelly [3], Kellys/Kelly gang/outlaws 4,5,6,7, G[eorge] B[riscoe] Kerferd (M.P. who forwarded a petition from Beechworth, Stanley, Bright & Chiltern to the chief secretary) 8, Mr. [Henry] Kett 5, [Thomas] McIntyre 6, [Frederic John] Marsden [3],6,7, Mr. [William] Meldrum (Wangaratta) 6, inspector W[illiam] B[radish] Montfort [3], Murray [River] 7, Myrtleford 7, Frank Neville [convicted of murdering John Nicholson at Yackandandah on 11th Oct. 1869] 5, North Eastern [Police] district 3,4,7, [North Eastern Police District.] Wangaratta sub-district [3], Stanhope O'Connor [2],8, One Mile Bridge (Wangaratta) 7, William Orr 6, Ovens and Murray Advertiser 4, Oxley 5, const. [William] Phillips [3], Queensland Native Police 8, Rat's Castle 4,5,6,7, Mrs. [Margaret] Reardon 5, young [i.e. Michael] Reardon 5, supt. [John] Sadleir [3],5,6, St. George's Hall (Wangaratta) 4, Mr. [[James] Sloan 6, inspector Brooke Smith 5,6,7, Stanley 8, sgt. A[rthur] L. M. Steele (Reg. No. 1179) [2,3],4,5,6,7, Mr. [Henry R.] Tilt 6, Mr. [Alexander] Tone J.P. 5, const. [Michael] Twomey [3], [Victoria] Legislative Council 6, [Victoria.] Police Dept. 3, Victoria Police Force [3],4,6, P[eter] B[rown] Wallace (MP who forwarded petition from Yackandandah to the chief secretary) 4,8, Wangaratta [3],4,5,6,7,8, Wangaratta Council 5, Wangaratta [Police] station [3], Wangaratta [Railway] station 5, Warby/Warby's Ranges 5,6,7 & given as Warboy's Ranges 4, detective [Michael] Ward [2],7, [James Williams] secretary of the Royal Commission [3], Wombat [Ranges] murders 6 and Yackandandah 4,5,6,8
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