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On This Day – November 21, 1910

CARLTON

George Kelland, aged 37, was charged at the Carlton Police with the wilful murder of Henry John Morris, laborer, as the result of a fight. The accused admitted to Constable Aheolem that he had knocked the deceased out. Kellands bail was refused.

ON THIS DAY – November 10, 1910

George James Keliand, labourer, was yesterday acquitted on a charge of the manslaughter of Henry John Morris, labourer, of Carlton, who died on November 10, after he and the accused had fought.  The accused stated that the deceased picked a quarrel with him, and forced him to fight. When the fight was over deceased said to the accused ” I’ll kill you”

 

 

 

 

 

 

CARLTON

HOTEL BRAWL

George Kelland, aged 37, was charged at the Carlton Police with the wilful murder of Henry John Morris, laborer, as the result of a fight. The accused admitted to Constable Aheolem that he had knocked the deceased out. Kellands bail was refused.

ON THIS DAY – November 10, 1910

George James Keliand, labourer, was yesterday acquitted on a charge of the manslaughter of Henry John Morris, labourer, of Carlton, who died on November 10, after he and the accused had fought.  The accused stated that the deceased picked a quarrel with him, and forced him to fight. When the fight was over deceased said to the accused ” I’ll kill you”

 

 

 

 

 

 

CARLTON

HOTEL BRAWL

George Kelland, aged 37, was charged at the Carlton Police with the wilful murder of Henry John Morris, laborer, as the result of a fight. The accused admitted to Constable Aheolem that he had knocked the deceased out. Kellands bail was refused.