Police Commission : second progress report of the Royal Commission of Enquiry into the circumstances of the Kelly outbreak, the present state and organization of the Police Force, etc.
|Corporate Author:||Royal Commission on the Police Force of Victoria (1881-1883)|
|Other Authors:||Anderson, William, 1828-1909, Dixon, Edward John, 1833-1905, Fincham, George Randall, 1829-1901, Gibb, James, 1843-1919, Hall, George Wilson, 1836-1916, Levey, George Collins, 1835-1919, Longmore, Francis, 1826-1898, Williams, James|
Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1881
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1881, no. 22
GP V 1881 no. 22
"Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
Commission: Francis Longmore (chairman), William Anderson, George Hall, George Fincham, Edward Dixon (signed report subject to Protest A), James Gibb and George Levey (both signed report subject to Protest B)
"James Williams, Secretary"
Contents: 1. The Kelly family -- 2. The Kelly country -- 3. Causes of the outbreak -- 4. The Wombat murders -- 5. After the murders -- 6. The Sebastopol raid -- 7. Inspector Brook Smith in pursuit -- 8. Provisioning the outlaws -- 9. The Euroa Bank robbery - 10. Captain Standish and Superintendent Hare in charge of the pursuit -- 11. The Queensland trackers -- Mr. Nicolson resumes charge of the pursuit -- 13. Mr. Nicolson's recall -- 14. Superintendent Hare supersedes Mr. Nicolson -- 15. Glenrowan
Includes Protest A, Protest B and Reply to Mr Dixon's protest (signed by Francis Longmore, George Hall, George Fincham and William Anderson)
Other mentions A-L: Albury p. xiv,xv,xvi, Const. Robert Alexander vi,xxiii, Antrim (Ireland : County) vii, Const. Henry [i.e. Robert] Armstrong vi,xxiii, Avenel xiv,xxix,xxxiii, Supt. [Hugh] Barclay ix, Beechworth [iii],iv,vi,viii,x,xii,xv,xx,xxiv,xxv,xxxi,xxxiii,xxxiv, Benalla [iii],v,vi,viii,x,xi,xiv,xv,xvi,xviii,xix,xxii,xxiii,xxiv,xxv,xxvi,xxvii,xxix,xxx,xxxiv,xxxv, Hon. Graham Berry (Chief Secretary) [iii],xi,xxvii, Beveridge vii, Governor Sir George Bowen xxxiii, Const. [Hugh] Bracken vi,xxiv,xxv,xxx,xxxiv, Bright xiv,xviii, Brisbane xvi,xxiv, Broken River viii, Joseph/Joe Byrne viii,xix,xxii,xxiii,xxiv,xxvii,xxviii,xxx, Mrs [Margaret] Byrne (Joe's mother) xii, xv, xvi, xx, xxii, xxiii, xxix, xxxiv, Const. Canny xxv, [Francis]Carrington (member of the press) xxvi, xxxiv, Martin Cherry xxvii, xxviii, Chiltern x, Mr Chomley (acting commissioner of police) x, Cleary [Wattle Hill] xvi, xvii, Connor (pseud.) xxii, Thomas Curnow (school teacher) vi, xxiv ,xxv, xxx, Diseased Stock (i.e. police spy Daniel Keith kennedy also known as B. C. Williams and Denny xx, Edward Dixon (member of the Commission) xxxii,xxiii,xxiv, Const. Thomas Patrick Dowling vi, xxiii, [Jesse] Dowsett (railway guard) xxvii, Const. William Duross vi, xxiii, Const. Dwyer xxvii, Education Dept. vi, Eldorado iv, Eleven Mile Creek vii,xiii, Euroa viii,,xiv,xv,xviii,xix,xxix,xxxiii, Felons Apprehension Act vii, xii, xv, Fifteen Mile Creek x,xi, Const. Fitzpatrick viii, ix, x, xiii, sr. const. [Ernest] Flood xiii, [Edmund] Fosbery (NSW inspector-general of police) x, Const. Gascoigne xxv, Very Rev. Dean Gibney xxviii, Glenmore viii, Glenmore [Pastoral] Run [No. 6] vii, Glenmore police station iv,viii,ix, Glenrowan [iii],v,vi,xiii,xiv,xxii,xxiv,xxv,xxvi,xxx,xxxi,xxxiv,xxxv, Glenrowan Hotel [called Mrs Jones' Hotel] vi, const. Gorman xxxii, Government Gazette x, Hon. J.H. Graves ix, xxii, Greta [iii],vii,viii,x,xi,xx, Greta Swamp xxi, Mrs [Annie] Gunn (Ned's sister married to Alexander Gunn) vii, Supt. [Francis] Hare iv, v,xiv ,xv, xvi, xvii, xviii, xix, xx, xxii, xxiii, xxv, xxvi, xxix, xxx, xxxi, xxxii, xxiii, xxxiv,xxxv, sgt. [Henry] Harkin xviii, Richard [Dick] Hart (Steve's father) viii, Steve/Stephen Hart viii, xiii, xxiv, xxvii, xxviii, Hedi station ix, Holland's Creek xi, Jerilderie xvi, sr. const. [Charles] Johns[t]on v, vi, xx, xxviii, xxxiv, Mrs [Ann] Jones (hotelkeeper Glenrowan) vi,xxiv, xxv, xxx, [John/Jack] Jones (Ann Jones' son) xxvii, sr. const. Kelly v, vi, xxv, xxvii, xxx, xxxiv, Dan[iel] Kelly (Ned's brother) p.vii, viii, ix, x, xiii, xix, xx, xxiii, xxiv, xxvii, xxviii, Ellen Kelly née Quinn (Ned's mother) p.vii, ix, x,xiii, Grace Kelly (Ned's sister later married Edward Albert Griffiths) p.vii, James Kelly (Ned's brother) vii, John Kelly (father of Ned & Dan the outlaws) vii, Kate [Catherine] Kelly (Ned's sister later married William H. Foster) vii, sgt. [Michael] Kennedy viii, x, xi, xiii, Kilmore x, Kilmore Gaol vii, King River viii,xi,xv,xix, const. Kirkham xxvi, Lake Rowan viii,xxi, Catherine Lloyd née Quinn (married John [Jack] Lloyd Sr.) vii, Jane Lloyd (née Quinn married Thomas [Tom] Lloyd Sr.) vii, Jack [i.e. John] Lloyd [senior] vii, Jack [i.e. John] Lloyd [junior] x, Tom Lloyd vii, const. Lonigan viii, xi and sgt. [i.e. sr. const.] [James] Lynch (Chiltern) x
Other mentions M-Z: [Robert] McBean vii, const. McIntyre (Mansfield) xi, Mansfield viii,x,xi,xviii,xxii, Mansfield police station xi, Martini-Henry rifle iv, xxvii, sr. const. [Patrick] Mullane v,xx,xxiii, John Murray (Lauriston) vii, Murray River viii,ix,xiii,xiv,xv, Nagambie xxix,xxxiii, new Police Act [Police Regulation Act 1873 No. 476] v, NSW police ix,xvi, supt. Nicholson [i.e. Nicolson] (asst. police commissioner) iv,v,ix, xi, xii, xiv, xv, xvii, xviii, xix, xx, xxi, xxii, xxiii, xxix, xxxi, xxxii, xxxiii, xxxiv, xxxv, Dr [John] Nicholson [Benalla] xxvii, xxxi, Mrs. [Louisa] O'Connor (Stanhope O'Connor's wife) xxv, inspector [Stanhope] O'Connor [iii],iv, xvi, xvii, xix, xxii, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii, xxx, xxxiv, xxxv, One Mile Bridge (Wangaratta) xii, Ovens River xxi, Oxley xx, Pascoe Vale vii, sub-inspector Pewtress xi, xv, xviii, const. [William] Phillips xxv, xxx, Pilot Range (near Wodonga) xxi, Police gazette x, [Police trackers] given as native trackers xvi,xvii,xxiv,xxv,xxvi,xxx,xxxv, [Harry] Power vii, viii, Queensland Govt. vi, James Quin[n] (grandfather of Ned & Dan Kelly) vii,viii, James, John ,Patrick & William Quin[n] (James Quinn Sr's sons) vii, Grace Quin[n] (later married Michael Farrell) & Mary Anne Quin[n] (James Quinn Sr's daughter) vii, Margaret Quin[n] (daughter of James Quinn Sr. married Patrick Quinn 1832-1922) vii, Pat[rick] Quin[n] (Margaret Quinn's husband) vii, xiv, xix & given by his alias "Foote" xviii, [chief sec. Robert] Ramsay xxi, xxii, xxix, C.H. Rawlings [i.e. Rawlins] vi, xxv, xxvi, [James] Reardon xxiv, Mrs [Margaret] Reardon xxvii, [Michael] Reardon xxvii, const. Redding xxxii, mount. const. [Cornelius] Ryan xix, Dr Charles Ryan xxxv, supt. Sadleir v, vi, x,xi, xii, xiii, xiv, xvii, xviii, xix, xxii, xxiii, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii, xxxi, corporal Sambo (Qld black tracker) xvii, const. Scanlan viii,xi, inspector Secretan x, Sebastopol [iii],xii,xv,xx,xxi,xxii,xxiii,xxiv, D.T. Seymour (Qld commissioner of police) xvi, Seymour xiv,xxix,xxxiii, Shepparton xv, Aaaron Sherritt vi, viii, xvi, xxii, xxiii, xxiv, xxix, xxx, xxxiv, Jack Sherritt xix, xx, xxii, Mr [John] Sherritt Sr. xii, Mrs Sherritt [Aaron's mother Anne or his wife Ellen?] xxii, sr. const. Shoebridge p.xi, xviii, Mrs [Margaret] Skillion [i.e. Skilling] (Ned's sister) vii, xiii, inspector Brook[e] Smith v, ix, xi,xii,xiii, Spencer repeating rifle xi, captain Standish (police chief commissioner) iv, ix, x,xii, xv, xvi, xvii, xviii, xx, xxi, xxii, xxii, xxvii, xxix, xxx, xxxii, xxiii, xxxiv, xxxv, Mrs [Emily Mary] Stanistreet (Glenrowan stationmaster's [John's] wife) xxv, Stanley iv, sgt. Steele p.v, vi, xiii, xviii, xxvii, Stringy Bark Creek/Stringbark Creek x,xi, [Denis] Sullivan (platelayer Vic. Railways) xxiv, Tallangatta iv, Tasmania vii, Three Mile Creek near Wangaratta viii, Tipperary vii, sub inspector [Jeremiah] Toohey xviii, Tomgroggin (NSW) xix, const. Tuomy [i.e. Twomey] xiii, [Victoria. Militia Garrison Artillery] given as Garrison Artillery xv,xviii, Violet Town xxxi, James Wallace (school teacher Hurdle Creek) vi, xxii, Wallan Wallan vii, Wangaratta [iii],v,viii,xii,xviii,xix,xxvi,xxvii,xxxi, Warby Ranges v,viii,xii,xv,xvi,xvii,xxiv,xxvi,xxx, detective [Michael] Ward v, x, xix, xx, xxiii, sgt [James] Whelan x, xiv, Whorouly races xviii, Anton Wicks [i.e. Wick] xxiii, [William] Williamson "Bricky" (Pentridge inmate) x, xiii, xiv, xxxiii, Wodonga xviii, Wombat [Ranges]/murders viii,x,xi,xiii,xv,xxii,xxviii,xxix, The Woolshed (7 miles from Beechworth) viii,xii,xx, [Alfred] Wyatt (police magistrate) xiv and Yackandandah p. iv
xxxvp. ; 33cm.
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- 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 Published: (1881)
- Police force : return to an order of the House, dated 13th November, 1889, for a return showing the respective ages and grades of all members of the police force who are over the age of fifty-five years Published: (1889)
- 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 Published: (1881)
- Police over fifty-five : return to an order of the Legislative Assembly dated 7th July 1886 for a return showing the number of members of the police force who are retained in the service, being above the prescribed age for retirement (fifty-five), with their respective ages, stations and rank, and setting forth the number of years they have remained in the positions or stations they now occupy Published: (1886)