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Kelly armour to be at trial

VPRS 4965 Consignment P0 Unit 2 Item 14 Record 1 Document: To Acting Chief of Police re: Kelly armour to be at trial

20/10/1880

Overview

This telegram from Sub-Inspector Henry Baber, states that the Kelly armour submitted to the trial as evidence, would most easily be identified by either Sergeant Steele or Senior Constable Kelly. They were both present at Kelly’s last stand and are credited for playing a significant role in bringing about his downfall.

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POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS. No. 399
Time recd. 4.3 From Benalla Dated 20/10/1880Telegram for C. C. PoliceArmour will be sent Sergt Steele or Ser Constable Kelly will likely identify it better than any other person

Signature Henry Baker
Sub Inspector for Supt

Time lodged at the Sending Station 3.30

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VPRS 4965 Consignment P0 Unit 2 Item 14 Record 1 Document: To Acting Chief of Police re: Kelly armour to be at trial

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