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Police Commissioners Office, Adelaide 11 March 1851

 

 

Notice is hereby given, that the articles herein-after enumerated, belonging to or found in the possession of persons

deceased, are now in charge of the police, and if the same be not claimed by the next of kin of the said parties on or

before the 13th day of  June next, they will be sold by public auction, and the proceeds thereof, together with the

several sums of money specified below, will be paid into the Colonial Treasury for the benefit of lawful claimants hereafter

 

 

 

Surname

Christian names

details

Published

 

Campbell

Malcolm

was found dead on the Avenue Flat, Tatiarra Dist. property found – a black mare, 14½ hands high, branded 103 off shoulder, and R on near ribs; a knife and purse

13/3/1851

Lawrence

George

was found drowned at Port Adelaide on the 24th June, 1850. Property found – 19s. 11¾d.

13/3/1851

redman

James

was drowned at Port Adelaide, September 1849. Property found-a knife and 2s. 7d.

13/3/1851

scott

William Bruce

was murdered by the natives at Yorke’s Peninsula, July 1849. Property found – a pistol

13/3/1851

walker

Edward

was drowned at Port Adelaide September 1849. Property found-a knife, snuff box, and 3s. 1½d.

13/3/1851

wood

John

was found dead near Mr James Baker’s station, Tatiarra Dist. Property found- a bay mare 15½ hands high, near hind foot white, branded DL on near shoulder

13/3/1851

 

 

 

 

Notice is hereby given, that the undermentioned horse having been left in the possession of the Police by a man

named William Storey, who escaped from their custody on the 1st October 1850, if not claimed on or before the

13th April next, will be sold by public auction, and the proceeds thereof paid into the Colonial Treasury:-

A light bay cob, with black points, 134 hands high, branded 3T under the mane.

Geo. F Dashwood, Commissioner of Police, 13 March 1851

 

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