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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 31 Jan 1906 1

SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The work of the Sydney Quarter Sessions will be commenced to-morrow before Judge Murray. The following list of cases has been set down for trial:—
Arthur Taulke Le Feire Johnson, false pretences; George James Cole, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Patrick Cunneen, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Leonard Albert Beesley and Francis Herbert Briscoe, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Ada Kelly, Elsie Maud Blair, and Ida May Brooks, stealing in a dwelling; William Beck, uttering counterfeit coin; Thomas Benjamin Russell, stealing in a dwelling; Philip Newberry, Thomas Kenny, and Albert Campbell, robbery; James McLean, larceny; Edward Yeomans, robbery with violence; Maud Anderson, false pretences (six charges); John Williams and Allen Moore, housebreaking and stealing; Henry Archbold and Valentine Eager, stealing from the person; Marian Tracey, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Michael Lowry, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Margaret McDonald, stealing from the person; Horace Southan, false pretences; John Boyd, robbery; Frederick Giles and Archibald Watts, uttering counterfeit coin; James Fitzgerald, inflicting grievous bodily harm; George Bolton, housebreaking and stealing; William Wright and William Patrick King, larceny (three charges); William Patrick King, larceny and receiving (three charges); Charles Baldemar, stealing; Charles McKinley, larceny; Kyren Patrick Carey, forgery and uttering; Harry Sharp, larceny; Sarah Peterson, perjury; Hannah Nyman, false pretences; Herbert Smalley, false pretences (six charges); William Geyer, forgery and uttering; John Kilduff, stealing; George Golding, housebreaking and stealing; Walter Leslie Norman, supplying drug with intent; William Jago, stealing; Rose Taylor, stealing from the person; William Scott and Herbert George Bye, robbery with violence; James Baker, stealing; John Smith, stealing; Percy Clifton, assault with intent to rob, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm; Henry Brook, stealing; Charles Edward Lucas, assault with intent to rob; George Turner, stealing from the person; Samuel Gudgeon, false pretences; Alfred Jones, maliciously wounding; George Turner, larceny; Percy Turnbull, assault with intent to rob; William Watson, breaking and entering and stealing, and stealing in a dwelling; Frank Hansen, forgery; Joseph Johnson, stealing; Alexander Rogers, perjury; John Ritchie and William Watson, breaking and entering and stealing; Sydney Drane, inflicting grievous bodily harm; William McCauley and Thomas Haswell, assault with intent to rob; John Morris, threatening to accuse of felony; William Paget, assaulting constable; John Highfield, burglary; Claude Hamilton and Edmund John Regan, uttering counterfeit coin; Edward Selfe, stealing from the person; Samuel Ireland, attempt to steal from the person; Cissy Drew, stealing from the person; John McNamara, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Martin Michalis, stealing in a dwelling; James Gordon, uttering counterfeit coin; Michael Hickey, housebreaking and stealing; Quinton Wilson, exposure; William Thompson, embezzlement; Augustus Walton Edwards and George Wilson, false pretences; Alfred Wilson, stealing; George Wilson, forgery and uttering; Arthur Douglas, demanding money with menaces; James Kelly, stealing; James Smith, stealing; Thomas Alexander Ingram, forcible entry; Pearl Davis, stealing from the person; Thomas Leahy, assault (two charges); Albert Johnson, housebreaking; Maude Ryan, stealing from the person; Allen Moore, inflicting grievous bodily harm; John Presto Ingall, assault; William Carr; housebreaking; Horace Blackwell, embezzlement; Zachariah Murray, horsestealing; Sydney Thompson, larceny; Stella Laird, unlawfully abandoning a child; Percy Latham, robbery; Gerald Clare McKillop, entering a building by night with intent to commit a felony, and arson; Sydney Robert Bolton, assault; Henry Richards, burglary; Frederick John Cross, false pretences; Robert Donald and William Brabston, [no offence stated]; Alfred Wylie, breaking and entering and stealing; Sydney James Ryan, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Sarah Hughes, stealing; William Sanders, abduction; Samuel Curtis, embezzlement; Alfred Scott and Edward Yeoman, breaking and entering and stealing; James Donovan, maliciously wounding.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 10 Mar 1906 2

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Docker and juries.)

    Mr Herbert Harris, Crown Prosecutor.

POSTPONED.

    Quinton Wilson, a young man, pleaded not guilty to a charge of misconduct, on January 4 last, at Woollahra. On the application of Mr ER Abigail, for accused, the case was postponed, accused being released on light bail.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 31 Mar 1906 3

QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The following is a list of cases to be heard at the next Court of Quarter Sessions, which opens at Darlinghurst on Monday, before Judge Backhouse:—
William Kruz, breaking and entering and stealing; Frederick William Rowland Dansey, bigamy; William Sylvester, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Robert Thompson, Arthur Thompson, and Alfred Thompson, maliciously wounding; Joseph Hall, making false declaration; Donald James Harkness, uttering counterfeit coin; Max Faberlan, stealing in a dwelling; Willie Alfred Sanderson Edmunds, forgery and uttering; George Parker, breaking and entering and stealing; Jane Reynolds, larceny; Gretchen Margareta Reinan, bigamy; David McBean, stealing, breaking, entering and stealing, larceny; Cornelius Duggan, stealing in a dwelling; William Hargraves, stealing; Sydney Brown, stealing in a dwelling; Richard Newman, Annie Newman and Arthur Newman, stealing in a dwelling; George Jas Dellar-Eden, breaking and entering and stealing; George James Dellar-Eden, stealing in a dwelling; George Frederick Hulme, breaking and entering and stealing; Peter Riolo, assault with intent; William Smith, found by night with implements of housebreaking, etc; Harold Stanley Green and Peter McDonald, horse-stealing; Isaac Cohen, inflicting grievous bodily harm, Noto Lodovico, uttering counterfeit coin; George Morrison, embezzlement; Susan Stannard, maliciously wounding; George Mumford, assault; James William Ward horse stealing; Harry Cooper, maliciously wounding; Rozollo Conti, having machines for coining in his possession; Philip Brighton, assault with intent; George Potts, horse stealing; Harold Stanley Green and Peter McDonald, horse stealing; Joseph Everett, larceny; Thomas Dunn, uttering counterfeit coin; Eileen May Moore, stealing in a dwelling; William Darcy, stealing in a dwelling; May Hickey, stealing in a dwelling; Lillie Ford, stealing in a dwelling; John Davis, forgery and uttering; Phillip Rubie, John Benson, and Peter Joseph Rubie, conspiracy; Gee Loong, bribery; Martin Joseph Higgins, forgery and uttering; James Ward, stealing in a dwelling; Ernest William Walesly, assault; Arthur Faulke Le Feire Johnson, false pretences; Edward McIntosh, stealing in a dwelling; Joseph Arthur Viccars, false pretences; Joseph James, found on premises with intent to commit a felony; Musta Jab, false pretences; Richard Small, horse stealing; Charles Habelwaite, uttering; William John Smith, assault and robbery; Austin Batty, larceny as servant; Henry Wilson, stealing from the person; George Winter, stealing; Joseph Guiffre, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Herbert Leal, breaking and entering and stealing; Alexander Halling and Frederick Andrews, stealing; Alfred Ernest Sydney Dobson, stealing in a dwelling; Mary Jane King, stealing in a dwelling; Sydney Wilson, larceny; Arthur Williams, stealing from the person; William Jackson and George Flowers, breaking and entering and stealing; Alfred Farrow, breaking and entering and stealing; William Franklin, breaking and entering and stealing; Fanny Hall, making false declaration; Charles Sawyer, shooting at with intent to do grievous bodily harm; Harry Francis Davis, stealing; George Anthony Happ, forgery and uttering; Frank Charles Tozer, making false statement; Frederick John Remfrey, embezzlement; John Brown, stealing; Frederick King, breaking and entering and stealing; Andrew Archer, false pretences, Michael Harold Simpson, stealing in a dwelling; Horace Southan, false pretences; John Boyd, assault and robbery; Hannah Nyman, false pretences; Quinton Wilson, misconduct; Cissy Drew, stealing from the person; Walter Leslie Norman, supplying drug with intent; Frederick John Cross, false pretences; Kyren Patrick Carey, forgery and uttering; May Waller, stealing; Frederick King, breaking and entering and stealing; William Franklin, breaking and entering and stealing; John Kilty, assault with intent.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 9 Apr 1906 4

LAW NOTICES.
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Monday, April 9.

SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Noto Lodovici, uttering counterfeit coin, George Morrison, embezzlement; Hannah Nyman, false pretences; Quinton Wilson, exposure; Walter Leslie Norman, supplying drug with intent to procure certain event.

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The Daily Telegraph, Tue 10 Apr 1906 5

QUARTER SESSIONS.
———
(Before Judge Backhouse and juries.)

    Mr S Mack and Mr H Harris prosecuted for the Crown.

ACQUITTALS.


    Quinton Wilson, a young man, who was defended by Mr ER Abigail, on a charge of wilful exposure at Woollahra, on January 4, was found not guilty, and discharged.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 10 Apr 1906 6

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Backhouse and juries.)

    Mr Sydney Mack Crown Prosecutor.

ACQUITTED.


    Quinton Wilson pleaded not guilty to misconducting himself at Woollahra on January 4.

    The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.

 


1     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 31 Jan 1906, p. 4. Emphasis added.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 10 Mar 1906, p. 14.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 31 Mar 1906, p. 11. Emphasis added.

4     The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 9 Apr 1906, p. 3. Emphasis added.

5     The Daily Telegraph, Tue 10 Apr 1906, p. 10.

6     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 10 Apr 1906, p. 10.