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1868, Edward Collins - Unfit For Publication
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Deniliquin Chronicle and Riverine Gazette, Sat 19 Sep 1868 1

DENILIQUIN POLICE COURT.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1868.
(Before the Police Magistrate.)

    John Warn was fined 10s or seven days’ imprisonment for using obscene language in a public place.

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 [sic–SEPTEMBER 15.]

    Gilbert v. Bennett. A summons for breaking the 41st section of the 30th Victoria, No. 16, by travelling sheep through plaintiff’s station, without giving the legal notice. As the summons had not been served, the case was withdrawn by Mr Robertson.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.
(Before Dr Wren.)

    Edward Collins, a scissors’ grinder from Bendigo, was fined 10s for improper behaviour in the neighbourhood of the Public School and Bridge, or seven days’ imprisonment. Defendant said he had only 6d, but if the Magistrate would allow him, he could earn the fine, he thought, in two days.

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The Pastoral Times, Sat 19 Sep 1868 2

DENILIQUIN POLICE COURT.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14.
(Before the PM.)

    John Warn was charged by Constable Wynne with using obscene language in a public place, and was fined ten shillings, or seven days’ imprisonment. The fine was paid.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16.
(Before the PM.)

    A hawker’s license [sic] was granted to Isidor De Beer.
    A bagatelle license was granted to John Powell, for the Travellers’ Rest Hotel, Jerilderie.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.
(Before E Wren, Esq, JP.)

    Edward Collins was charged by Constable Wynne with exposing his person in the public street, and was fined ten shillings, or seven days’ imprisonment.

 


1  Deniliquin Chronicle and Riverine Gazette, Sat 19 Sep 1868, p. 2. Emphasis added.

2  The Pastoral Times, Sat 19 Sep 1886, p. 2. Emphasis added.