MURDER AND SUICIDE
AN ITALIAN'S ACT.
Press Association —By TelegTaph—Copyright.
MELBOURNE, January 2 (Received January 2, at 11.45 a.m.)
A double tragedy has occurred at Toolera. Miss Wynne, aged 17, was shot by an Italian camping near the girl's home. Two sisters were standing outside the house, when the .Italian approached, seized a gun, and pointed it at the younger sister, who fled and escaped unhurt. This man then turned the gun on the elder girl and blew off the top of her head. lie then committed suicide. BANKRUPTCY RETURNS. MELBOURNE, •January 2. There were 164 insolvencies in Victoria in 1914. representing liabilities amounting to £111,289; assets. £63,147. The deliciencies were £54.285, and the surpluses £61,436. ' '" STATE FINANCES. ADELAIDE, January 2. (Received January 2, at 1 p.m.) The- half-yearly revenue of South Australia was' £1,769.839, n- decrease of £394.148, as compared with the corresponding period of 1913. PERTH, January 2. The half-yearly revenue of West Australia was £2,263 227. an increase- of £96.423, as compared with the la«t halfyear of 1913. The expenditure was £2,715,290.
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AUSTRALIAN CABLES, Evening Star, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915
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