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On This Day ……. 4th June 1901

An aged prisoner, who was sent from Melbourne to complete his sentence in the Geelong gaol, died in the latter institution on this day in 1901, and an inquiry was held before Mr H. Bannister, J.P. Dr Croker, the medical officer at the gaol, certified that death was due to natural causes, and a finding in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

On This Day ……. 31st May 1901

An aged prisoner, who was sent from Melbourne to complete his sentence in the Geelong gaol, died in the latter institution on is day, and an inquiry was held before Mr H. Bannister, J.P. Dr Croker, the medical officer at the gaol, certified that death was due to natural causes, and a finding in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

On This Day ……. 4th June 1901

An aged prisoner, who was sent from Melbourne to complete his sentence in the Geelong gaol, died in the latter institution on this day in 1901, and an inquiry was held before Mr H. Bannister, J.P. Dr Croker, the medical officer at the gaol, certified that death was due to natural causes, and a finding in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

On This Day ……. 31st May 1901

An aged prisoner, who was sent from Melbourne to complete his sentence in the Geelong gaol, died in the latter institution on is day, and an inquiry was held before Mr H. Bannister, J.P. Dr Croker, the medical officer at the gaol, certified that death was due to natural causes, and a finding in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

On This Day ……. 22nd May 1903

At the Police Court on this day in 1903, a man named Martin Cunningham was charged with attempted suicide. The accused a fortnight ago cut his throat at Colac, and was remanded to the Geelong’ gaol to medical treatment. This morning a certificate from the medical officer was produced to the effect that Cunningham was now able to look after himself, and he was discharged.

 

On This Day ……. 3rd May 1851

His Excellency the Governor of Victoria, on this day in 1851 appointed Mr James Ashley to be Gaoler at Geelong, Jonathan Clarke, to be medical Officer and Foster Ryan’s, to be the visiting Justice of the Gaol at Geelong.

 

On This Day ……. 4th June 1901

An aged prisoner, who was sent from Melbourne to complete his sentence in the Geelong gaol, died in the latter institution on this day in 1901, and an inquiry was held before Mr H. Bannister, J.P. Dr Croker, the medical officer at the gaol, certified that death was due to natural causes, and a finding in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

On This Day ……. 31st May 1901

An aged prisoner, who was sent from Melbourne to complete his sentence in the Geelong gaol, died in the latter institution on is day, and an inquiry was held before Mr H. Bannister, J.P. Dr Croker, the medical officer at the gaol, certified that death was due to natural causes, and a finding in accordance with the medical testimony was returned.

On This Day ……. 22nd May 1903

At the Police Court on this day in 1903, a man named Martin Cunningham was charged with attempted suicide. The accused a fortnight ago cut his throat at Colac, and was remanded to the Geelong’ gaol to medical treatment. This morning a certificate from the medical officer was produced to the effect that Cunningham was now able to look after himself, and he was discharged.

 

On This Day ……. 3rd May 1851

His Excellency the Governor of Victoria, on this day in 1851 appointed Mr James Ashley to be Gaoler at Geelong, Jonathan Clarke, to be medical Officer and Foster Ryan’s, to be the visiting Justice of the Gaol at Geelong.