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The Daily Telegraph, Sat 17 Mar 1923 1

(Before Judge Cohen.)

    Crown Prosecutor: Mr WKS Mackenzie.

(Before Judge Rolin.)

    Crown Prosecutor: Mr TS Crawford.


    Matthew [aka Mathew] Walker, [38], and Herbert Pigott [aka Herbert Piggott, 28] were acquitted and discharged, in No. 2 Court of the Quarter Sessions, of a serious offence, [attempted buggery], alleged to have been committed at Waterloo  on February 7. Mr JW Abigail was for both accused.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 17 Mar 1923 2

(Before Judge Cohen.)

    Mr WKS Mackenzie, Crown Prosecutor.

(Before Judge Rolin.)

    Mr TS Crawford, Crown Prosecutor.


    Matthew Walker and Herbert Pigott each pleaded not guilty to a charge of having committed a serious offence at Waterloo on February 7. Mr JW Abigail appeared for both the accused, who were acquitted and discharged.


1     The Daily Telegraph, Sat 17 Mar 1923, p. 20.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 17 Mar 1923, p. 11.