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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 9 Aug 1915 1

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr DGA Cooper, SM, presided at the Magistrate's Court to-day.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, who had been brought back from Sydney on three charges of indecent assault, was remanded for a week, on the application of Chief Detective Boddam. Bail of £100 in one surety was allowed.

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Dominion, (NZ), Tue 10 Aug 1915 2

MAGISTRATE'S COURT

SERIOUS CHARGES.

    Three serious charges were preferred against Andrew Julius Finlay, who had been arrested in Sydney. Accused was remanded to August 13, bail being allowed on Mr PW Jackson’s application, in £100.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Tue 10 Aug 1915 3

NEWS OF THE DAY


    A man named Andrew Julius Finlay, who was arrested at Sydney, appeared before Mr DGA Cooper, SM, yesterday, on two charges of criminal assault and one of attempted criminal assault on males.

    On Chief-Detective Boddam’s application, accused was remanded to appear on the 16th of the month. Bail was fixed at £100.

    Mr TM Wilford, under instructions from Sydney, is appearing for the accused.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 16 Aug 1915 4

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr DGA Cooper, SM, presided at the Magistrate’s Court to-day.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, who was remanded from Sydney on three charges of indecent acts, was further remanded till Monday next.

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Dominion, (NZ), Tue 17 Aug 1915 5

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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OTHER CASES.


    Andrew Julius Finlay, represented by Mr PW Jackson, was further remanded to August 23 on three serious charges.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Tue 17 Aug 1915 6

    Andrew Julius Finlay, who was apprehended at Sydney on charges of indecent act, was again before the Magistrate’s Court in Wellington yesterday, and on the application of Mr PW Jackson was further remanded until the 23rd instant.

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Dominion, (NZ), Tue 24Aug 1915 7

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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OTHER CASES.


    Andrew Julius Finlay was further remanded for a week on three serious charges. Bail was allowed as before in £100.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 30 Aug 1915 8

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr DGA Cooper, SM, presided at the Magistrate’s Court to-day.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was again remanded for a week on the application of Mr TM Wilford, who appeared for him, on three charges of committing indecent acts on the 5th August.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Tue 31 Aug 1915 9

DISTRICT NURSE
PRAISES HEAN’S ESSENCE
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    Andrew Julius Finlay, who has been before the Magistrate’s Court on several occasions on charges of having committed acts of indecency, and remanded, was again brought before Mr Cooper, SM, yesterday morning. On the application of Mr TM Wilford, who appeared for him, he was granted a remand until September 6th, the police offering no objection. Bail was fixed as before.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 6 Sep 1915 10

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr DGA Cooper, SM, presided at the Magistrate’s Court to-day.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was brought up on remand, charged with committing three indecent acts. He was further remanded for a week, on the application of Mr TM Wilford, on the understanding that the charges would be definitely gone on with on Wednesday, the 15th instant.

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Dominion, (NZ), Tue 7 Sep 1915 11

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Andrew Julius Finlay was further remanded for a. week on three serious charges. Bail was allowed as before.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Tue 7 Sep 1915 12

NEWS OF THE DAY


    Andrew Julius Finlay, who has been before the court and remanded on several occasions, on charges of indecent assault, was again arraigned before Mr DGA Cooper, SM, yesterday morning. Mr TM Milford, who appeared for accused, applied for a further remand for a week. In doing so, counsel said that a further remand would then be asked for until Wednesday, September 15th. No one would be inconvenienced thereby, said Mr Wilford, as in the event of accused being sent to the Supreme Court to trial, the sittings would not take place until November. Chief-Detective Boddam said the police had no objection to a remand being granted, provided that no adjournment was made after Wednesday, the 15th inst.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 13 Sep 1915 13

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr DGA Cooper, SM, presided at the Magistrate’s Court to-day.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was remanded till Wednesday on a charge of committing an indecent act.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Tue 14 Sep 1915 14

NEWS OF THE DAY


    Once again, Andrew Julius Finlay was before the Magistrate’s Court yesterday to answer charges of having committed indecent acts, and on the application of Mr PW Jackson he was remanded to appear to-morrow.

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Dominion, (NZ), Thu 16 Sep 1915 15

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr WG Riddell, SM, presided over a sitting of the Magistrate's Court yesterday.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was again remanded for a week on three serious charges. Bail was allowed as before.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Thu 16 Sep 1915 16

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Yesterday’s sitting of the Magistrate’s Court in the city was presided over by Mr WG Riddell, SM.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, who appeared on remand charged with three indictable offences on July 22nd and 23rd was also remanded for a week, on the application of Mr Wilford, bail being allowed in the prisoner’s own recognisances of £100 and a further surety of £100.

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Dominion, (NZ), Thu 23 Sep 1915 17

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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OTHER CASES.


    Andrew Julius Finlay was again remanded to Wednesday next on three serious charges. Bail was allowed as before.

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Dominion, (NZ), Thu 30 Sep 1915 18

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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INDICTABLE OFFENCES.
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    Several indictable offences of a serious nature occupied the attention of Mr DGA Cooper, SM, in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday.

    Andrew Julius Finlay a well-dressed man, described as an American traveller, was committed for trial on three charges of committing serious offences on boys in Wellington in July last.

    Mr TM Wilford appeared for the accused.

    A youth of 16 years of age was committed to the Supreme Court for sentence on a charge of committing a serious offence at Pahautanui. Mr EG Jellicoe appeared for the prisoner.

    Another boy only 14 years of age. was committed for sentence for aiding the previous accused in the commission of the offence. Mr DS Smith appeared for this accused.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Thu 30 Sep 1915 19

MAGISTRATE'S COURT
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    Mr DGA Cooper, SM, presided over yesterday’s sitting of the Magistrate’s Court.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, who had been remanded on six previous occasions, was again before the court on three charges of attempting to commit acts of indecency. He was committed to the Supreme Court for trial on three charges, bail being fixed in one surety of £100.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Sat 6 Nov 1915 20

CRIMINAL CALENDAR

    Following is a list of the cases set down for trial at the criminal sessisons of the Supreme Court, which open on Monday:—

    Henry Francis McIloy, alleged theft from the person;
    Margaret Dobson, alleged assault causing actual bodily harm;
    Joseph Kenny, alleged obscene language;
    Robert Stockbridge and William James Stockbridge, alleged breaking and entering;
    Robert Stockbridge, alleged theft;
    Frederick W Browne alleged false pretences;
    Frederick George Thurston, alleged assault causing actual bodily harm;
    William Garner and Thomas Jackson Smith, alleged attempted theft from the dwelling;
    Frederick George Smith, alleged theft (two charges);
    Patrick Mayor, alleged burglary;
    Andrew Julius Finlay, alleged indecent assault (two charges);
    Andrew Julius Finlay, alleged attempted unnatural offence;
    George John Burberry, alleged theft;
    Fortunatus Evelyn Wright, alleged indecent assault (two. charges);
    John William Scatchard, alleged indecent assault.

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Dominion, (NZ), Tue 9 Nov 1915 21

LAW REPORTS
SUPREME COURT

CRIMINAL SESSIONS
LIST OF CASES FOR TRIAL

    Fourteen persons were on the list for trial at the criminal sessions, of the Supreme Court, which opened in Wellington yesterday before His Honour Mr Justice Chapman. Several of the accused persons had more than one charge to answer. Mr VR Meredith, of the Crown Law Office, represented the Crown.

GRAND JURY.

    For the Grand Jury the following were chosen Edwin George Fortescue Zohrab (foreman), Samuel Campbell, John Aston, William Palmer, Charles Maurice Baker, George Whittle Astley, William Weekes Barber, Ernest William Philip Bucholz, Walter John Blundell, Frederick Yeates, Joseph William Carr, George Brown, James Thomas Hunter, Walter Fair Larkin, Jay Porter, Charles C Larmour, Herbert Spencer Lean, James Smith McArthur, and Charles Edward Clifford.

HIS HONOUR'S ADDRESS.

    In his address to the Grand Jury, His Honour said there did not appear to be anything special in the list of cases. It was satisfactory to find that there was no increase of crime, but that on the whole the amount of criminality in so large a community was not such as could disturb the feelings of anyone. Unfortunately there were several cases of a sexual nature. Of these, only one was against a young girl, but the others were of a very objectionable character. His Honour then proceeded to refer in detail to the various cases.

GRAND JURY'S FINDINGS.

    True bills were returned in the following instances Frederick George Smith, alias John Burberry, alleged theft from the Hotel Arcadia; Henry Francis McIlroy, alleged theft from the person; Margaret Dohson, alleged assault causing actual bodily harm; Frederick George Thurston, alleged assault causing actual bodily harm; Patrick Mayo, alleged burglary; Joseph Kenny, alleged obscene language; Robert Stockbridge and William Stockbridge, alleged breaking and entering and theft; Robert Stockbridge, alleged theft; Fredk W Browne, alleged false pretences; William Garner and Thomas Jackson Smith, alleged attempted theft from a dwelling; Andrew Julius Finlay, alleged indecent assault on a male, and attempted unnatural offence; Fortunatus Evelyn Wright, alleged indecent assault on a male; and John William Scatcliard, alleged indecent assault.

    No bill was returned in the case in which Frederick George Smith, alias George John Burberry, was charged with stealing a cheque from a shop in Courtenay Place.

VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY.

    The first trial proceeded with was that in'which Fredk. George Smith, alias George John Burberry, was charged with:—(l) Stealing, on September 9 last, a silver watch, valued at 8s. 6d., the property of Frank Plumpton, and a muff and work-basket, valued at £3-10s., the property of Edith Plumpton, from the Hotel Arcadia; (2) stealing a silver thimble, valued at 10s. 6d., the property of Alicia Hughes, on the same day from the same hotel. Mr DS Smith (assigned by the Crown) appeared for the accused, who pleaded not guilty.

    The evidence for the prosecution was to the effect that Smith was found in a room in the Hotel Arcadia, while some of the missing articles were in his possession, and some of them on the bed in the room.

    For the defence, it was contended that the prisoner was drunk when he took the articles. He came to Wellington to join the Expeditionary Force, but fell into bad company, which led to drink.

    After considering the case for a brief period, the jury returned a verdict that the prisoner was not guilty of any criminal intent.

    His Honour interpreted this as a verdict of not guilty, and directed that the prisoner should bo discharged.

A MAN WITH A RECORD.

    A street hawker, named Henry Francis McIlroy, was charged with stealing £4 from the person of John Edwards. He pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr HF O’Leary.

    The evidence called for the prosecution established, the fact that McIlroy had taken the notes from the pocket of Edwards while the two were discussing a deal in horseflesh near the Hotel Cecil.

    After a retirement of half an hour the jury returned with a verdict, of guilty, and the prisoner, who had previous convictions both in the Dominion and in Australia, was sentenced to twelve months’ imprisonment with hard labour.

    The Court then adjourned until 10 o’clock this morning.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Tue 9 Nov 1915 22

CRIMINAL SESSIONS
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OPENED IN WELLINGTON
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TRUE BILLS FOUND WITH ONE EXCEPTION.

    The criminal sessions of the Supreme Court for the Wellington district opened at 11 am yesterday before His Honour Mr Justice Chapman.

    Mr VR Meredith appeared for the Crown.

HIS HONOUR'S CHARGE.

    His Honour, addressing the grand jury, said that the list of cases to be tried was an ordinary one showing no increase oi criminality. There were unfortunately several cases of irregular sexualism in winch consent could be no defence.

TRUE BILLS.

    The grand jury found true bills in regard to the following charges:—

    Andrew Julius Finlay, two unnatural offennces and an attempted assault;

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Thu 11 Nov 1915 23

SUPREME COURT
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Criminal Sittings

    The criminal sittings of the Supreme Court were continued to-day before his Honour Mr Justice Chapman.

A SERIOUS CHARGE.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, a well-dressed man of less than middle age, answered to his bail on a charge of having committed an indecent assault on a boy at Wellington on 21st July last.

    Mr TM Wilford appeared for the prisoner, who pleaded not guilty. Mr R Wilson was foreman of the jury.

    The hearing of the case is proceeding.

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New Zealand Herald, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 24

SOUTHERN COURTS.
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(By Telegraph. —Press Association.)

Wellington, Thursday.

    At the Supreme Court, J Kenny was acquitted on a charge of using obscene language, and Andrew Julius Finlay, charged with indecent assault on a boy, was acquitted.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 25

SUPREME COURT
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CRIMINAL SITTINGS

    In the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon, before his Honour Mr Justice Chapman, the hearing was concluded of the cases in which Andrew Julius Finlay was charged with indecent assault on a boy in July last.

    The jury found a verdict of not guilty.

    Publication of the evidence was forbidden.

    When the Court resumed to-day, Mr Wilford said there was another case against the prisoner, and he asked for a renewal of bail, as prisoner was in a private hospital.

    His Honour said his practice had been not to grant bail in such cases. Eventually bail was granted on condition that a written bond is entered into and that prisoner remained in the private hospital until called on by the police to appear at the Court.

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Grey River Argus, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 26

DOMINION NEWS ITEMS
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(Per United Press Association.)

SUPREME COURT.
WELLINGTON, November 11.

    At the Supreme Court J Kennedy was acquitted on a charge of obscene language.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, charged with indecent assault on a boy, was acquitted.

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Poverty Bay Herald, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 27

SUPREME COURT.
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(Per Press Association.)

WELLINGTON, last night.

    At the Supreme Court J Kenny was acquitted on a charge of obscene language.

    Andrew Julius Finlay, charged with indecent assault was acquitted.

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Auckland Star (Auckland, NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 28

SOUTHERN COURTS.
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(By Telegraph.—Press Association.)
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WELLINGTON. Thursday.

    At the Supreme Court Andrew Julius Finlay, charged with indecent assault on a boy was acquitted.

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Dominion, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 29

LAW REPORTS
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SUPREME COURT
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Criminal Sessions
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AN UNUSUAL CASE.

    A well-dressed man named Andrew Julius Finlay, the travelling representative of a largo American business concern, answered to his bail on a charge of having committed an indecent assault on a boy.

    He pleaded not guilty, and was represented by Mr TM Wilford.

    The court was cleared during the hearing of the case, and His Honour made an order forbidding publication of the evidence.

    After a lengthy hearing the jury retired for about 20 minutes, and returned with a verdict of not guilty. Accused was accordingly discharged.

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Otago Daily Times (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915 30

SUPREME COURT.
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CRIMINAL SITTINGS.
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Thursday, November 11.

(Per United Press Association.)

WELLINGTON, November 11.

    In the Supreme Court to-day J Kenny was acquitted on a charge of using obscene language, and Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecent assault on a boy.

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Dominion, (NZ), Sat 13 Nov 1915 31

LAW REPORTS
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SUPREME COURT
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Criminal Sessions
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Another Accused Acquitted.

    The criminal sessions of the Supreme Court were continued before His Honour Mr Justice Chapman yesterday morning.

    Mr VR Meredith, of the Grown Law Office, represented the Crown. In connection with a charge pending against Andrew Julius Finlay, who has answered to his bail.

    Mr TM Wilford applied for the bail to be renewed until his client should appear for trial next week. His Honour granted the application on condition that Finlay should remain in a private hospital, of which he has been an inmate, until called on by the police to appear in Court.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Wed 17 Nov 1915 32

SUPREME COURT
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    Mr Justice Chapman occupied the Bench at the criminal sitting of the Supreme Court to-day.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was charged upon two counts with committing indecent assaults upon males in July.

    Mr VR Meredith, of the Crown Law Office, prosecuted, and Mr TM Wilford appeared for the prisoner.

    The Court was cleared and publication of the evidence was forbidden. Mr Meredith described the prisoner as an American, of considerable means, who occasionally visited New Zealand in his capacity as inspector for an American corporation which had agencies in New Zealand.

    The hearing is proceeding.

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Otago Witness (NZ), Wed 17 Nov 1915 33

SUPREME COURT SITTINGS.
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WELLINGTON, November 9.

November 11.

    In the Supreme Court to-day J Kenny was acquitted on a charge of using obscene language, and Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecent assault on a boy.

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Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915 34

LOCAL AND GENERAL
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    The hearing of a charge of having indecently assaulted two boys preferred against Andrew Julius Finlay, in the Supreme Court, before his Honour Mr Justice Chapman and a jury, concluded at 8.30 pm yesterday. At 10 pm the jury found a verdict of not guilty, and the prisoner was discharged.

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The Wanganui Herald (Canterbury, NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915 35

SUPREME COURT
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(Per United Press Association.)

WELLINGTON, November 17.

    At the Supreme Court, Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecently assaulting two boys.

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Evening Star (NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915 36

    In the Supreme Court at Wellington yesterday, Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecently assaulting two boys.

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Colonist (Nelson, NZ), Thu 18 Nov1915 37

SUPREME COURT.
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(United Press Association.)

Wellington, Nov. 17

    Two brothers named Stockbridge were found guilty in the Supreme Court on several charges of breaking and entering. Mr Justice Chapman said the burglaries had been planned and carried out with great cunning. He would treat the prisoners, as the next thing to professional burglars, and sentence them to four years’ imprisonment each.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a. charge of indecently assaulting two boys.

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New Zealand Times (NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915 38

NEWS OF THE DAY
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    In September last, 2725 mortgages were registered in New Zealand, the total amount of the same being £2,981,969. In the same month, 1795 mortgages, of a total value of £1,417,909 were discharged.

    During the first nine months of this year, 2088 estates, of a total value of £7,030,157, were certified for stamp duty. Of these estates, 52 of £20,000 and over aggregated no less than £3,438,255, or practically as much as all the other 2036 put together.

    In the six mouths ended September 30th last, 13,338 mortgages, of a total value of £12,684,316, were registered; while in the same period 9427 mortgages, of a total value of £7,175.584, were discharged. The above figures do not include those for Hawke’s Bay for August last.

    The criminal sessions of the Supreme Court were continued yesterday, before Mr Justice Chapman. Mr VR Meredith appeared for the Crown.

    Andrew Julius Finlay was charged with haying, on July 22nd, indecently assaulted two boys.

    Mr TM Wilford appeared for the defence.

    The trial was takes an camera.

    The jury retired at 8.30 pm and returned an hour and a half later with a verdict of not guilty. The prisoner was discharged.

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Rangitikei Advocate and Manawatu Argus, (NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915 39

    At the Wellington Supreme Court, Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecently assaulting two boys.

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Oamaru Mail, (NZ), Fri 19 Nov 1915 40

SUPREME COURT.
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(Per Press Association.)

Wellington, November 17.

    At the Supreme Court to-day Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecently assaulting two boys.

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Otago Witness (NZ), Wed 24 Nov 1915 41

SUPREME COURT SITTINGS.
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Wellington, November 17.

    In the Supreme Court to-day, Andrew Julius Finlay was acquitted on a charge of indecently assaulting two boys.

 


1     Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 9 Aug 1915, p. 8.

2     Dominion, (NZ), Tue 10 Aug 1915, p. 9.

3     New Zealand Times, (NZ), Tue 10 Aug 1915, p. 4.

4     Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 16 Aug 1915, p. 8.

5     Dominion, (NZ), Tue 17 Aug 1915, p. 9.

6     New Zealand Times, (NZ), Tue 17 Aug 1915, p. 3.

7     Dominion, (NZ), Tue 24 Aug 1915, p. 9.

8     Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 30 Aug 1915, p. 8.

9     New Zealand Times, (NZ), Tue 31 Aug 1915, p. 7.

10   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 6 Sep 1915, p. 8.

11   Dominion, (NZ), Tue 7 Sep 1915, p. 9.

12   New Zealand Times, (NZ), Tue 7 Sep 1915, p. 4.

13   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Mon 13 Sep 1915, p. 8.

14   New Zealand Times, (NZ), Tue 14 Sep 1915, p. 4.

15   Dominion, (NZ), Thu 16 Sep 1915, p. 9.

16   New Zealand Times, (NZ), Thu 16 Sep 1915, p. 7.

17   Dominion, (NZ), Thu 23 Sep 1915, p. 9.

18   Dominion, (NZ), Thu 30 Sep 1915, p. 9. Emphasis added.

19   New Zealand Times, (NZ), Thu 30 Sep 1915, p. 6.

20   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ) Sat, 6 Nov 1915, p. 8. Emphasis added.

21   Dominion, (NZ), Tue 9 Nov 1915, p. 9. Emphasis added.

22   New Zealand Times, (NZ), Tue 9 Nov 1915, p. 3. Emphasis added.

23   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Thu 11 Nov 1915, p. 8. Emphasis added.

24   New Zealand Herald, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 7. Emphasis added.

25   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 8. Emphasis added.

26   Grey River Argus, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 6. Emphasis added.

27   Poverty Bay Herald, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 7. Emphasis added.

28   Auckland Star (Auckland, NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 2.

29   Dominion, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 9.

30   Otago Daily Times, (NZ), Fri 12 Nov 1915, p. 7.

31   Dominion, (NZ), Sat 13 Nov 1915, p. 13.

32   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Wed 17 Nov 1915, p. 8.

33   Otago Witness, (NZ), Wed 17 Nov 1915, p. 53. Emphasis added.

34   Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915, p. 6.

35   The Wanganui Herald (Wanganui, NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915, p. 4.

36   Evening Star (NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915, p. 7.

37   Colonist (Nelson, NZ), Thu 18 Nov1915, p. 5. Emphasis added.

38   New Zealand Times, (NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915, p. 4. Emphasis added.

39   Rangitikei Advocate and Manawatu Argus, (NZ), Thu 18 Nov 1915, p. 4

40   Oamaru Mail, (NZ), Fri 19 Nov 1915, p.2.

41   Otago Witness, (NZ), Wed 24 Nov 1915, p. 60.