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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 9 Nov 1876 1

BOURKE QUARTER SESSIONS.
(BY TELEGRAPH.)

WEDNESDAY.

The Quarter Sessions concluded to-day. The following are the sentences:

    Oscar La Touch, larceny, three months in Bourke gaol;

    John O’Brien, forgery and uttering, two years’ hard labour in Bathurst gaol;

    Devard Chilton, attempted suicide, imprisoned till rising of the Court;

    Mark Flower, forgery and uttering, nine months’ imprisonment in Bathurst gaol, with hard labour;

    James Collman, horse stealing, twelve months’ hard labour in Bathurst gaol;

    Mary and Mary An Morgan, larceny and receiving, acquitted;

    James Keenley, [aka James Keanley], attempted bestiality, two years hard labour in Bathurst gaol;

    James Fagan, receiving stolen property, twelve months’ hard labour in Bathurst gaol;

    Josiah Cherry, twelve months’ hard labour in Bathurst gaol.—Mr District Court Judge Josephson, presided; Mr JJ Teece, Crown Prosecutor, and Mr R Barton, barrister-at-law.—McNellis, charged with robbery with violence, jury unable to agree, locked up till 9 o’clock tonight.

 


1  The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 9 Nov 1876, p. 2. Emphasis added.