Below also see: George Vincent Aloysius Flood, 1920 – Indecent exposure
Macleay Argus, Thu 4 Sep 1919 1
At Kempsey, on August 30th, before Mr HFW Fletcher, PM.—George Vincent Aloysius Flood (55) was sentenced to three month’s for wilful exposure in Belgrave-street, Kempsey, and on a second charge for a similar offence was sentenced to six months, cumulative on the first, in Long Bay.
At Kempsey, on September 1st, before Mr AE. Soane, JP.— Lawrence Freeman, was fined 5/- or 24 hours for being drunk and £1 or 14 days for using profane language in Forth-street, Kempsey.
George Vincent Aloysius Flood, 1920
Macleay Argus, Fri 25 Jun 1920 2
KEMPSEY POLICE COURT.
Monday, June 21st.
Before Mr Fincham, Acting PM.
George Vincent Aloysius Flood, aged 57, was charged with exposure in a public street in Kempsey, and was convicted and sentenced to six months’ hard labor in Long Bay Penitentiary.
FAILING TO ENROL.
The Commonwealth Divisional Officer proceeded against RS White because his name was not on the electoral roll. The case was heard ex parte, and defendant was fined 2/6, with 3/- Court costs.
At the Children’s Court several parents were fined 5/-, with 6/- Court costs, for failing to send certain children to school for the proscribed number of days.
John Moylan, on a charge of having been drunk, was fined 5/- with 6/- costs of Court.
Wednesday, June 23rd.ln
Before Mr J Geary, JP.
William Roach and William Taylor were each fined 2/6 on charges of having been drunk in public places.
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1 Macleay Argus (Kempsey, NSW), Thu 4 Sep 1919, p. 4. Emphasis added.
2 Macleay Argus (Kempsey, NSW), Fri 25 Jun 1920, p. 5. Emphasis added.