The Southern Mail Robbed Again

29 March 1844 Southern Australian (Adelaide)

On the 28th December, the Yass mail was robbed by an armed bushranger, named Hollsway; and on the 8th January it was again robbed, near Captain Edenborough's, by two mounted and armed men, who cut open the Port Phillip, Yass, Gunning, and Gundagai bags.

The mounted police were quickly on the spot, and traced them for some distance, but they had not yet been captured.