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1912, Joseph Maresch and George Edward Cuthbert - Unfit For Publication
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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 30 Jan 1912 1

LAW NOTICES.
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Tuesday, January 30.

QUARTER SESSIONS.

The following cases have been set down for trial at the Sydney Quarter Sessions, commencing tomorrow, before his Honor Judge Murray:—

    Joseph Maritch [aka Joseph Maresch] and George Edward Cuthbert, lewdness;

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 2 Mar 1912 2

LAW NOTICES.
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Monday, March 4.
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QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Joseph Maritch and George Edward Cuthbert, offensive behaviour;

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The Daily Telegraph, Tue 5 Mar 1912 3

QUARTER SESSIONS.
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(Before Judge Murray and juries.)

    Mr Herbert Harris prosecuted for the Crown.

ACQUITTED WITHOUT LEAVING THE BOX.

    George Edward Cuthbert and Joseph Maritch, two young men, were charged with lewdness in Cook Park, Sydney, on December 26 last.

    Mr Gannon, KC, (instructed by Messrs Mark Mitchell and Forsythe) appeared for Cuthbert, and Mr JW Abigail was for Maritch.

    Cuthbert, who denied the charge, said his proper name was Culverwell. Maritch also gave evidence and repudiated the charge.

    The jury did not consider it necessary to hear addresses and acquitted the accused without leaving the box.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 5 Mar 1912 4

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Murray and a jury.)

ACQUITTED.

    Joseph Maritch and George Edward Cuthbert, who were charged with a serious offence, [lewdness], were both acquitted and discharged.

    Mr JC Gannon, KC, instructed by Messrs Mark Mitchell and Forsyth, appeared for Cuthbert; and Mr JW Abigail for Maritch.

 


1     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 30 Jan 1912, p. 5.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 2 Mar 1912, p. 6.

3     The Daily Telegraph, Tue 5 Mar 1912, p. 7.

4     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 5 Mar 1912, p. 7.