At the Albury Quarter Sessions on 6 July 1914, Otto Fietz was charged with having, at Moorwatha on 23 April, … Continue reading The Gaol Cure
This is Alice Clarke. Alice was brought before the Wagga Wagga Police Court on 8 April 1912 to face two … Continue reading “An Undesirable”
“Cruel Murder Of An Infant. A Shocking Tragedy. Carter Finds A Strangled Babe. Wrapped in Brown Paper. One Little Hand … Continue reading ‘Concealment of Birth’
Don’t forget… Captured: Portraits of Crime 1870-1930 opens at CSU Regional Archives on Tuesday, 15 May 2018. This is William Fanning. … Continue reading A Savage Brute?
In just over a fortnight’s time, Captured: Portraits of Crime 1870-1930 will be here in Wagga Wagga. This exhibition from … Continue reading A Drunken Orgie and the Result
Making statements likely to prejudice recruiting, training, discipline and administration of his Majesty’s Forces to wit the following words, “This … Continue reading “A Capitalistic War”
The first permanent and substantial gaol built in Wagga was completed in 1862 and was located on the corner of … Continue reading Wagga’s House of Correction