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1899, Peter Andrews and William Phillips - Unfit For Publication
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The Daily Telegraph, Thu 3 Aug 1899 1

LAW NOTICES.
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QUARTER SESSIONS.
CASES FOR TO-DAY.

    Peter Andrews and Wm Phillips, criminal offence; John James Cadman, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Arthur Arnold and Arthur Searle, stealing; Alfred Campbell and Thos McGuire, assault with intent to rob; Lottie Simpson, false pretences; Ethell [sic] Mitchell, stealing.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 3 Aug 1899 2

LAW NOTICES.

QUARTER SESSIONS.
Thursday, August 3.

    Peter Andrews and William Phillips, serious offence; John James Cadman, inflicting serious grievous bodily harm; Arthur Arnold and Albert Searle, stealing; Albert Campbell and Thomas McGuire, assault with intent to rob; Lottie Simpson, false pretences; Ethel Mitchell, stealing

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 23 Aug 1899 3

LAW NOTICES.

QUARTER SESSIONS.
Wednesday, August 23.

    Peter Andrews and William Phillips, indecency.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 24 Aug 1899 4

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Backhouse and Juries).
Mr Herbert Harris, Crown Prosecutor.

ACQUITTED.

    Peter Andrews was charged with having at Manly, on July 5, 1899, attempted to commit a serious offence, and William Phillips was charged with consenting to the perpetration of the offence. Accused pleaded not guilty, and where undefended. After hearing evidence for the prosecution and a denial of the offence by the accused, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and accused were discharged.

 


1     The Daily Telegraph, Thu 3 Aug 1899, p. 8. Emphasis added.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 3 Aug 1899, p. 4. Emphasis added.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 23 Aug 1899, p. 11.

4     The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 24 Aug 1899, p. 3.