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Adrian de Thezan, 1902

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Adrian de Thezan, 1912

Evening News, Sat 30 Aug 1902 1

LAW NOTICES.
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    Appeals against convictions and orders by magistrates will be heard at the Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions as under:—Monday, September 1: Adrian de Thezan, Vagrant Act.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 30 Aug 1902 2

LAW NOTICES.


    Appeals against convictions and orders by Magistrates will be heard at Sydney Quarter Sessions as under:—Monday, September 1: Adrian Thezan, Vagrant Act;

 



Adrian de Thezan
, 1910


The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 22 Apr 1910
3

LAW NOTICES.
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Friday, April 22.
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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    James Townsend, indecent assault; George Cambourne, receiving; Eric Arthur Williams, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Adrian de Frezan, [aka de Thezan] lewdness; James Reid, embezzlement; Edward Campbell Brewer, induce by fraud endorsement of valuable security.

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HOTEL LICENSES TRANSFERRED.
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    Yesterday afternoon the following transfers of publicans’ licences were effected at the Central Licensing Court:—Park View Hotel, Rose and Myrtle streets, Michael Toohey to Peter Peterson; Newport Hotel, Pittwater, Grace Elizabeth Greig (executrix of the will of the late James S Greig) to herself; Grand National Hotel, Elizabeth-street, Paddington, David Dibble to John Brown; Elswick Hotel, Parramatta-road, Leichhardt, James Henry Steel to Samuel Wild; Rosebery Arms Hotel, Goulburn-street, William M Hession to William Doolan; Cambridge Hotel, Woollahra, Raymond W Brereton to Thomas Condon; Clarendon Hotel, North Steyne, Manly; Mary W Kilminster to Alexander Phillips; Cowper Wharf Hotel, Forbes-street, city, Robert Shaw to George tall; Waterworks Hotel, Botany, William J Coombe to Thomas J Griffin.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 13 May 1910 4

LAW NOTICES.
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Friday, May 13.
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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Appeals against estreats will be heard: Adrian de Frezan, lewdness; Ruby Lee, breach of the Children’s Protection Act ; Rupert Brown and Joseph Scott, assault and robbery.

POLICE COURTS.

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INSULTING WORDS.

    George Griffen, 37, was charged at the North Sydney Police Court on Thursday before Mr Love, DSM, with having used insulting words to Joseph Thomas Walters, near Neutral-street, on May 10. The prosecutor, a gardener, stated that accused called him a “dirty police pimp,” besides saying that prosecutor was a loafer, and lived on his wife. As accused became threatening, witness gave him in charge. Accused, who denied having used the words, was fined £1, or in default four days’ imprisonment.

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EMBEZZLEMENT.

    William Wallace Lobban, 17, was charged at the North Sydney Police Court on Thursday, before Mr Love, DSM, with embezzlement. George William Anderson, of the firm of Anderson and Smith, dairymen, of Willoughby, said that accused was employed by the firm in the capacity of a deliverer of milk, and he was authorised to collect accounts. On April 10 last he collected 10s, which he failed to account for. An examination of the books showed a total deficiency of about £11. Accused pleaded guilty, was convicted, but remanded for sentence until Monday next for the purpose of allowing certain inquiries to be made.

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YOUTH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

    Arthur Moran, 18, was before Mr Love, DSM, on Thursday, at the North Sydney Police Court, charged with embezzlement. The evidence of James Gad, manager for Warburton and Son, wood and coal merchants, of Alfred-street, North Sydney, was to the effect that accused was in the employ of the firm from November to last week. His duty was to deliver fuel and collect accounts, and he received 30s a week as wages. The signature on the account produced was that of accused, who had not paid the amount it represented into the office. An examination of the books showed a total deficiency of £2 2s. Accused, who pleaded guilty, was fined £3, or in default 14 days’ imprisonment. He was further charged with having endorsed a cheque for and in the name of and on account of E Warburton without lawful authority or excuse, with intent to defraud. A butcher named Charles Mallett, of Camperdown, stated that he cashed the cheque for a man named Spouncer. Augustine Charles Spouncer said that he saw the accused in Camperdown Park, when he gave witness the cheque, and asked him to get it cashed for him. This he did, and when Mallett gave him the amount he handed it to the accused. Accused, who had nothing to say, was committed for trial.

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The Daily Telegraph, Sat 14 May 1910 5

QUARTER SESSIONS.
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(Before Judge Murray and Juries.)

    Mr H Harris prosecuted, Crown Prosecutor.

CHARGE OF LEWDNESS.

    Adrian de Trezau, who was tried on a charge of lewdness, [at 241 Castlereagh Street, Sydney], was defended by Mr Levien, and found not guilty. He was discharged.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 14 May 1910 6

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Murray.)

    Mr H Harris, Crown Prosecutor.

ALLEGED MISCONDUCT.

    Adrian de Trezan, who was defended by Mr H Levien, was found not guilty of a charge of misconduct, and was discharged.

 



Adrian de Thezan
, 1912


The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 5 Jun 1912
7

FUNERALS.


    DE THEZAN.—The Friends of the late Mr Adrien de Thezan are kindly invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late residence, 56 Mary-street, Surry Hills, This Afternoon, at 2.15 o’clock, for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waverley.

P BYRNES and CO, Undertakers,
George-street West.

    ‘Phone, 203, Glebe, etc.

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    DE THEZAN —The Friends of Mrs Mary de Thezan are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly-loved Husband, Adrien; to leave his late residence, 56 Mary-street, Surry Hills, This Afternoon, at 2.15 pm, for Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waverley.

P BYRNES and CO, ‘Phone, 203 Glebe,

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    DE THEZAN —The Friends of Mr and Mrs FR Hanrahan and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly-loved Brother-In-Law and Uncle, Adrien; to leave his late residence, 56 Mary-street, Surry Hills, This Afternoon, at 2.15 pm, for Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waverley.

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    DE THEZAN.—The Friends of Mr and Mrs M McGrade, of Thirroul, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly-loved Brother-In-Law, Adrien; to leave his late residence, 56 Mary-street, Surry Hills, This Afternoon, at 2.15, for Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waverley.

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    DE THEZAN —The Friends of Mr Daniel D’Arcy are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly-loved Nephew, Adrien; to leave his late residence, 56 Mary-street, Surry Hills, This Afternoon, at 2.15 pm, for Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waverley.

P BYRNES and CO, Undertakers,,
George-street West.

    ‘Phone, 203, Glebe.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 26 Jul 1928 8

DEATHS.


    DE THEZAN.—July 25, 1928, at her residence, No. 23 Shepherd-street, city, Mary, relict of the late Adrien De Thezan. Requiescat in pace.

 


1     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Sat 30 Aug 1902, p. 3.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 30 Aug 1902, p. 12.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 22 Apr 1910, p. 5. Emphasis added.

4     The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 13 May 1910, p. 5. Emphasis added.

5     The Daily Telegraph, Sat 14 May 1910, p. 22.

6     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 14 May 1910, p. 11.

7     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 5 Jun 1912, p. 17.

8     The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 36 Jul 1928, p. 8.