The North Eastern Ensign at KellyGang 8/11/1872

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At the Benalla Police Court, on Thursday last, before Mr Sharpe, Ellen Kelly and Jane Graham were charged with receiving a saddle belonging to Mr George Thornton. The saddle had been taken off a horse opposite Mr Blackburne's store at Winton, and had been found at the prisoner Kelly's horse at the Eleven-mile Creek, and was claimed by the prisoner, Jane Graham. The prisoners were remanded until Tuesday, bail being allowed Ellen Kelly in her own recognisance of £50, and Jane Graham was required to find bail herself in £50 and one surety of £25.

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