Recognised for recovering bodies

Troopers J. O’Donohue, of Clare, and S. D. Davis, of Mintaro, have each been presented with a handsome silver watch and gold Albert chain, with a neat locket attached. Both watches bear the following inscription, with the exception of the name—’Presented to Police-trooper J. O’Donohue, by H. R. Fuller and Mrs. Lunn in recognition of his unremitting exertions in recovering the bodies of the late C. H. H. Fuller and W. E. Lunn, who were drowned in Porter’s Lagoon, October 3, 1876.’ We are pleased to see (states the Northern Argus) that the efforts of the troopers have been so well recognised, and we are sure that the gifts will be highly valued by the recipients.