|Sir Watkin Wynne, c Indya 2014|
Tracker Thomas. Sir Watkin Wynne was older than the others -
"They're crack shots. They got you in a second and I think they've hit Sir Watkin. There's only Lenihan, Egan and myself. It's not enough. If I patch you up d'you think you can ride for help?"Walsh nodded.
The outlaws started to fire at us from the farm house. Under cover of bush, I went looking for
There they were met by Sub Inspector Stephenson, 8 Troopers and Tracker Thomas from Major’s Creek.
Stephenson the reward money was split between all police officers present. I received 300 pounds, Walsh 130 pounds and
Gold Commissioner’s office on the Turon.
The friends of this gentleman will regret to hear of his decease, which took place near Walgett last week. The deceased officer was at one time stationed in Grafton, and was in the service for about 28 years. He leaves a widow and eight children. He would have been entitled to a pension after 30 years service; but we understand his widow will receive a substantial allowance. The late Sub Inspector was much respected as an officer and citizen.
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