Below also see: Charles Adams, 1877
The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Sat 8 Jun 1872 1
BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5th, 1872.
(Before his Honor Mr District Judge Josephson.)
His Honor took his seat on the Bench at 10 o’clock am.
Mr RM Isaacs appeared as the Crown Prosecutor.
Barrister present: Mr SC Pilcher. Attorneys: Messrs JN McIntosh, SG Fletcher, and Mr E Manby, of Hill End.
Several jurors were find for non attendance.
Charles Adams was indicted for that he, on the 16th April, 1872, at Hill End, did feloniously steal, take, and carry away certain wearing apparel, the property of one George Mills.
The prisoner pleaded Guilty, and was remanded for sentence
Charles Adams, 1877
The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 21 Sep 1877 2
WATER POLICE COURT.
Before the Water Police Magistrate, with Messrs Solomon, Murray, Oatley, McBeath, and Harris.
Charles Adams, an old cook, for wilfully exposing his person in Hyde Park, was sent to gaol for six months with hard labour, the Bench observing that it was one of the worst cases ever brought before them.
1 The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Sat 8 Jun 1872, p. 2.
2 The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 21 Sep 1877, p. 3.