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Whittlesea police cells
Charged with murder 27th feb 1879 A man was charged with having murdered a member of the Carmelite order, Brother James Thomas Butler, and was remanded to appear in the City Court in Melbourne on March the 5th 1879. Stephen John Eiszele, 21, of no fixed address, murdered Brother Butler at Kaniva, Western Victoria, on February 20th 1879. Eiszele was housed in Kaniva police cells.
THE SERVICETON MURDER ARREST OF A YOUNG GIRL In connection with a child murder at Serviceton on the 30th of June 1898, an arrest was made at the town by the Kaniva police. The officers took into custody a young servant girl who has resided in the district for many years and is respectably connected. The young girl was housed in the police cells under the Servicton train station.
Port Melbourne Police Cell Port Melbourne Murder At the Melbourne Criminal Court the negro Frederick Jordan was brought up for trial, charged with the murder of Minnie Crabbe (nee Hicks) at Port Melbourne on the 6th July 1894. The prisoner, who pleaded not guilty, challenged a large number of jurors. The evidence for the prosecution was gone into, and it had not concluded when the court rose. Jordan was housed in the Port Melbourne Police Cells.
Trentham police cell
Trentham Portable Cells This is a standard Public Works Department prefabricated Portable one cell police lock up. The boards are all numbered for ease of construction. There was a single cell lockup on the site when the Trentham Police Station opened in 1885-1886.