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Early Years Fitzpatrick Incident 15/04/1878 The story of the Fitzpatrick incident was not really a big story in the city, although the details would be told later, particularly in the aftermath of the Glenrowan Siege Mansfield Murders 26/10/1878 Sebastopol Cavalcade 7/11/1878 The proclamation of Outlawry was published in The Age (Argus16/11/78) Euroa Robbery 10/12/1878 Jerilderie Robbery 10/2/1879 Autum 1879 Hare replaced by Nicolson 6/7/1879 Spring 1879 Early 1880 Nicolson replaced by Hare 2/6/1880 Death of Aaron Sherritt 26/6/1880 The first report of Aaron's death in The Age was on Monday 28/6/80. Glenrowan Siege 28/6/1880

John McWhirter from The Age went to Glenrowan with the first police party under Sup Hare. Ned Kelly's trial The Age reported on the trial in detail Royal Commission In May 1881 Mrs. Sherritt made a statement to Mr. Gale, reporter for the Age, and that he, Gale, brought down Mr. Ingram to hear her swear to it before him.' Mrs. Barry has written to Gale to have this statement returned and not published, and on these grounds Barry would not allow any more written statements to be given. (RC12222)

The Royal Commission asked if the article of 4/5/1881 had been inspired by the Police. (RC3561)

Later involvement of The Age