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The Daily Telegraph, Wed 30 Oct 1901 1

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
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    The cases set down for trial at the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions are as follows:—

    Joseph Ryan, indecent assault;

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 30 Oct 1901 2

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The following is a list of the cases set down for trial at the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions, the sittings of which open to-morrow before Judge Murray:—Hannah Sarah Woodward, receiving; Alfred Wilson, receiving; William Bowling, assault occasioning actual bodily harm; Ernest White, housebreaking, also stealing (two charges); Charles Tolliday, housebreaking; James Rivers, housebreaking; Albert Kurz, shooting at with intent; William Biggs and Frederick Biggs, stealing and receiving (two charges); William Biggs, horse stealing and larceny; Frederick Biggs, stealing and receiving; May Lamb or Minehan, stealing from the person; Howard Wilson, stealing and breaking and entering and stealing; Carl Walters, stealing in a dwelling; Albert Farr, stealing (six charges); George Pike, horse stealing; George Atherton Easson, embezzlement (two charges); Henry Hargreaves, stealing from a building; John Evans, burglary; Harry Kow, assault; Alfred Miller, housebreaking; Rosa Ann Griffiths, bigamy; William James Stratford, bigamy; Frederick Frank, stealing pigs; Frederick Henry Brownley and George Squires, stealing in a dwelling; Joseph Ryan, assault; Peter Andrew, stealing in a dwelling; Sarah Rose, stealing; Edvidge Levin and Carls Frattini, stealing and receiving; Frederick Shipp, housebreaking; William Martin Niland, conspiracy; Patrick James English, forgery and uttering; George Roberts, breaking, entering, and stealing; Matthew Willis, assault; John Fitzroy and James Fitzroy, breaking, entering, and stealing; Joseph Garland, stealing; William Bennett, robbery; James Garvan, John Quinn, George Major, and May Garvan, stealing from the person and receiving; Andrew Strachan, receiving stolen property; Henry Pearce, forgery and uttering; George Turner, breaking and entering and stealing; Charles Joseph McDermott, illegally pawning; Hans Mortinsen, unnatural offence; Clara Frazer, abandoning her child; William Schultz, stealing in a dwelling; Albert Allan Ward, indecent assault; and John W Jackson, maliciously wounding.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 28 Nov 1901 3

SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.—Thursday, November 28.

The following cases are set down for trial at the Quarter Sessions, commencing at Darlinghurst Court to-day, before judge Docker:—

    Joseph Ryan, indecent assault;

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The Daily Telegraph, Wed 4 Dec 1901 4

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Docker and a Jury.)

    Mr WL Merewether prosecuted for the Crown.

AN ACQUITTAL.

    Joseph Ryan, a young man, [34], was charged with having assaulted Edward Flanagan at Sydney, on October 31 [sic] last. He pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr Whitfeld (instructed by Mr JAP Cahill).

    After hearing evidence the jury acquitted the accused, and he was discharged.

    The court adjourned until the following day.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 4 Dec 1901 5

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Docker and juries.)

    Mr WL Merewether, Crown Prosecutor.

ACQUITTAL.

    Joseph Ryan pleaded not guilty to a charge of having on October 6 at Sydney committed a serious assault. Mr Whitfeld, instructed by Mr JAP Cahill, appeared for the defence. After a few minutes’ retirement the jury found the accused not guilty, and he was discharged.

    The Court adjourned to 9.30 am on the following day.

 


1     The Daily Telegraph, Wed 30 Oct 1901, p. 10.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 30 Oct 1901, p.4. Emphasis added.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, 28 Nov 1901, p. 4.

4     The Daily Telegraph, Wed 4 Dec 1901, p. 10.

5     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 4 Dec 1901, p. 6.