1855-1980 Accidents, Fatal Farm and Riding deaths

1871 Boy Drowns in Clyde North

1887 Farmer Robbed in Melbourne

1890's Ellinor-A Girl's Story

1892 Death of a Clyde Jockey

1894 Rescued by his Brother

1904 Accidental Shooting of Farmer

1908 Breach of Promise

1912 Life in Clyde-Keith Escott

1916 Killed in a Gravel Pit

1922 Sad Story of a Clyde Blacksmith

1930 Murder Suicide

1944 Fire Destroys Houses


Stories and Inquests
1894 Rescued by his brother

1894 Mr Cutler rescued by his brother, Berwick, Friday

What might have been a dreadful death was fortunately averted yesterday.

During the progress of a bush fire in one of Mr. James Wilson's paddocks at Clyde, a tree fell on a man named Cutler, who was engaged in putting out the fire, pinning him to the ground. While in this helpless position the fire gradually surrounded him, and in all probability he would have been burnt to death had not his brother found him just in the nick of time.

Owing to the nature of the ground and shape of the limb which held him, Cutler was not seriously hurt, though his brother was badly burnt about the face in excricating him from his   dangerous position.

The Argus, Saturday 17 March, 1894