The Argus at KellyGang 18/11/1878
THE POLICE MURDERS
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH]
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)
BENALLA, SUNDAY, 10 PM
There are no fresh tidings of the where-abouts of Kelly and his mates, and the people in the district are beginning to complain about the desperadoes being at large for such a length of time. Superintendent Sadleir, with two black trackers, went out yesterday in the direction of Winton, but it is not known with what success, as everything is kept very quiet. More troopers arrived here last night, and a host of men are now awaiting orders to proceed. Their destination is kept secret, but hopes are entertained of valuable information being obtained tomorrow.
Detective Ward passed through Benalla last night. It is believed that the publication of the out-lawing proclamation will have a good effect, and may frighten some of the murderers' friends or mates and induce them to give informamation
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