The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 21 Nov 1883 1
CENTRAL POLICE COURT.
Mr Crane, SM, presided on the bench in the Charge Court yesterday.
A number of cases of drunkenness were dealt with.
Alfred Scott, aged 21 years, a bootmaker, was sentenced to be imprisonment for seven days on a charge of riotous behaviour in Campbell-street.
Timothy Moloney, aged 19 years, a labourer, on a charge of having used indecent language in Dixson-street, was fined £3, or in default imprisonment for two months.
Annie Mullen, aged 39 years, on a charge of having no visible lawful means of support, was sentenced to be imprisonment for one month, with hard labour.
Annie Davis, aged 34 years, on a charge of drunkenness, was fined 20s, or in default imprisonment for seven days; and on a charge of having used obscene language in Sussex-street, was fined £5, or in default, imprisonment for two months.
Alfred Scott, aged 21, and James McNamara, aged 17 years, a saddler, on charges of riotous behaviour in Kippax-street, were each sentenced to be imprisoned for seven days.
Mr Clarke, SM, presided on the bench in the Summons Court.
A number of cases of breach of the Police Act were dealt with.
Donald Grant, was charged with indecent behaviour. On the night of the 3rd instant the accused was on an omnibus when he committed the act complained of. The driver remonstrated with him, and he abused the driver. He was sentenced to be imprisoned for six months, with hard labour.
1 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 21 Nov 1883, p. 5. Emphasis added.