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The Daily Telegraph, Tue 12 Jul 1892 1

POLICE.
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    At the Water Police Court yesterday, before Mr GWF Addison, SM, Rose Woods (35), on a charge of wandering about in the Domain and behaving there in a riotous manner, was ordered to be imprisonment for a period of one month’s gaol, with hard labor.

    Walfgang [aka Wolfgang] Müller, a German, was charged, on remand, with indecency. The evidence for the prosecutor showed that the accused walked up and down the balcony of his residence, William-street, every morning at about 6 am while in a nude condition. The accused was committed for trial to the next court of Quarter Sessions, to be held on August 1.

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Evening News, Tue 12 Jul 1892 2

YESTERDAY’S BREVITIES.
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    Wolfgan [sic] Müller, a middle-aged German, was at the Water Police Court, to-day, committed for trial at the quarter sessions on a charge of wilful exposure. The offence was witnessed by Sergeants Sawtell and Blackburn and a young lady, who lived opposite the accused, the offence being said to have been committed on the balcony of the house in Upper William-street where accused resided. Bail was allowed, self in £150, and two sureties of £75 each.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 12 Jul 1892 3

POLICE.
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    Mr GWF Addison, SM, presided in the Charge Division, and Mr GH Smithers, DSM, presided in the Summons Division, of the Water Police Court. Wolfgang Miller [aka Müller], on remand, was committed to take his trial at the next Court of Quarter Sessions on a charge of lewdness. 

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 13 Aug 1892 4

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
FRIDAY
(Before his Honor Judge WILKINSON.)

    Mr WL Merewether prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

CASES FOR TO-DAY.

    Wolfgang Müller, indecency; James Carlton Harrison, assault; Horace Holmes, burglary.

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The Daily Telegraph, Tue 16 Aug 1892 5

QUARTER SESSIONS.
MONDAY, AUGUST 15.
(Before Judge Wilkinson.)

    Mr Merewether prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

ALLEGED INDECENCY.

    Wolfgang Muller was found not guilty of the charge of committing an act of indecency in Upper William-street  on June 30 last, and was discharged. R Gannon defended accused.

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Evening News, Tue 16 Aug 1892 6

YESTERDAY’S BREVITIES.


    At the quarter sessions to-day, before his Honor Judge Wilkinson, a draftsman, named Wolfgang Muller, who received a pension from the Government in connection with services rendered in the Survey Department, was charged with indecent exposure at a house in Upper William-street on June 30 last. Accused, who pleaded not guilty, was defended by Mr Gannon. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and the accused was discharged.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 16 Aug 1892 7

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
MONDAY
(Before Mr District Court Judge WILKINSON and a jury of 12.)

    Mr WL Merewether prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

JURORS FINED.

    Andrew Alexander Wall, printer, of John-street, Sydney; Thomas Murray, storekeeper, of Burwood-road; and Wm Ellis, coachbuilder, of Underwood-street, Paddington, failed to appear when called upon to act as jurors. His Honor imposed a fine of 40s in each instance.

NOT GUILTY.

    Wolfgang Müller was placed in the dock charged with unseemly conduct in Upper William-street on 30th June last. The accused pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr Gannon.

    The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.

 


1  The Daily Telegraph, Tue 12 Jul 1892, p. 3. Emphasis added.

2  Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Tue 12 Jul 1892, p. 6.

3  The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 12 Jul 1892, p. 7.

4  The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 13 Aug 1892, p. 13. Emphasis added.

5  The Daily Telegraph, Tue 16 Aug 1892, p. 6.

6  Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Tue 16 Aug 1892, p. 6.

7  The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 16 Aug 1892, p. 3.