Violence erupts on the colony’s southwestern frontier near present day Appin. Aboriginal people are seen razing a maize field. Soldiers fire on them and a boy is killed. One of the soldiers is hit with a spear. A soldier revenge party for the killing of the soldier marches out and kills an Aboriginal woman and three children. In retaliation, William Baker, Elizabeth’s Carlton’s stock keeper and his wife Mary Sullivan, as well as the children of James Daley, are killed.