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ON THIS DAY…… 16th September 1881

Mr. Candler held an inquest at the Melbourne Morgue on the body of a newly born female child, which was found in a paddock at the Avenue, High Street, Windsor, at halt past 5 o’clock on this day in 1881. The body was wrapped in a piece of coarse canvas, and tied up tightly with some twine Dr. Neild made a post-mortem examination of the body, which was matured, well developed, and larger than the average. The child was born alive, and the cause of death was suffocation. The jury returned a verdict that the deceased was wilfully suffocated, and that some person or persons unknown were guilty of wilful murder.

 

 

On this day …….. 29th April 1914

A accident happened in a rope mill in Melbourne on this day in 1914 to Claud Hodgson, 17 years of age. Hodgson was employed at Miller’s Rope Works, Brunswick, and was working at a twine winder, when he somehow got his arm caught in the twine, severing his arm.

 

ON THIS DAY…… 16th September 1881

Mr. Candler held an inquest at the Melbourne Morgue on the body of a newly born female child, which was found in a paddock at the Avenue, High Street, Windsor, at halt past 5 o’clock on this day in 1881. The body was wrapped in a piece of coarse canvas, and tied up tightly with some twine Dr. Neild made a post-mortem examination of the body, which was matured, well developed, and larger than the average. The child was born alive, and the cause of death was suffocation. The jury returned a verdict that the deceased was wilfully suffocated, and that some person or persons unknown were guilty of wilful murder.

 

 

On this day …….. 29th April 1914

A accident happened in a rope mill in Melbourne on this day in 1914 to Claud Hodgson, 17 years of age. Hodgson was employed at Miller’s Rope Works, Brunswick, and was working at a twine winder, when he somehow got his arm caught in the twine, severing his arm.