By Edwin Richard Living re: Jerilderie Bank hold up - Public Record Office Victoria - Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
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Title: By Edwin Richard Living re: Jerilderie Bank hold up
Creator: Public Record Office Victoria
Provenance: VPRS 4969 P0 UNIT 1 ITEM 28 RECORD 1
Transcript: newspaper office was. Mr Gill is the owner of the newspaper. he said come on look for him. I went with him I knew where Gill lived. Gill was away and we saw Mrs gill in the yard he asked her where her husband was. She said she did not know and he then told her he wanted her Husband to print something for him. She told him she did not know where he was and at the same time he produced a sort of manuscript. I then said give it to me and after more hesitation he gave it to me and said get it printed. This a bit of my life I had not time to finish it I will finish it at another time. he said I want you to get it printed. I said all right and put it into my pocket and I said Ill see its done. A part of this had been published that part relative to the murder of the Police at the Wombat ranges. X by Gaunson When the first man came in I went to the Bank alone he came from the direction of the back yard of the Royal Hotel. The Bank yard & it are all one. Byrne was the man who stuck me up. the junior clerk of the bank ? came in the front door No one else came into the back door until I was taken into the hotel I saw a man I was told he was Dan Kelly in the bar. I first saw the prisoner when I was going from the bank to the hotel in custody of Byrne