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Request: Demo 1387782411875263
Status: PROCESSED Received: 23 Dec 13 18:06:51 Format: plain
Job: Sydney Morning Herald, 17 Oct 1884 Comment: View in Trove

Processsing complete: 29 Jul 14 18:59:43 words: 431 corrections: 119

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puLicn. At tho CENTRAL FOLIO» COURT, yesterday puLlen. At the CENTRAL POLICE COURT, yesterday
Mr. Bu- chanan, S.M., presided in tbo Charge Mr. Buchanan, S.M., presided in the Charge
Division, and Mr. Abbott, S.M., disposed ot Division, and Mr. Abbott, S.M., disposed of
tho bnsinoss in tho Summons Court. Mary Ann the business in the Summons Court. Mary Ann
Gleeson, a child l¡¿ years of ago, found living Gleeson, a child 12 years of age found living
with women of ill-famo, was Bont to the Industrial with women of ill-fame, was sent to the Industrial
Sohool, Biloela. Joseph Dijmer, ii lud School, Biloela. Joseph De mer, ii led
ll.yearii old, found wanderin?; about tho H year old, found wandering; about the
Btreets without any ostensible lawful occupation, streets without any ostensible lawful occupation,
was sent to tho Industi inl School on the Vernon, was sent to the Industrial School on the Vernon,
his father being oidered to pay ris. per week his father being ordered to pay 5s. per week
towards his support. Charles Johnson waa fined towards his support. Charles Johnson was fined
£1, or nevon days' imprisonment, for being £1, or seven days' imprisonment, for being
drunk while in ehargo of a horse in Mitchell-street; drunk while in charge of a horse in Mitchell-street;
£5, or thrco months, for makinrr use of obscene £5, or three months, for making use of obscene
languago in Campbell-street, Glebe ; and l-l language in Campbell-street, Glebe and 14
days* imprisonment (additionul) for nssaultmc days' imprisonment (additional) for assaulting
n constable in tho execution of his duty. A number a constable in the execution of his duty. A number
ot minor oileuces woro dealt with. , At tbo WATER of minor offences were dealt with At the WATER
POLICE COURT, yesterday, Mv. Addison, S.M., POLICE COURT, yesterday, Mr. Addison, S.M.,
disposed of tho business in the Charge Court; disposed of the business in the Charge Court;
and Mr. Johnson, S.M., dealt with the casts and Mr. Johnson, S.M., dealt with the cases
in tho Summons Court. A number of persona wore in the Summons Court. A number of persons were
lined for drunkenness. Munna M'Carihy, 24, fined for drunkenness. Munna M'Carthy, 24,
charged with bovine; been drunk and ditorderly charged with having; been drunk and disorderly
in Ci'imbridge-siroot, wus fined 40s., in in Cambridge-street, was fined 40s., in
default Foven days' imprisonment. Thofnas default seven days' imprisonment. Thomas
Jlichry, ¡50, teaman, charged svith having Jlichry, 50, seaman, charged with having
been drunk und disoideriy in Argyle street, been drunk and disorderly in Argyle street,
was lined 40a., in default seven days' impn'Bonmont. was fined 40s., in default seven days' imprisonment.
Chartes Armstrong, 09, charged with having Charles Armstrong, 09, charged with having
behaved in an indecenf nmnnor in the Domain, behaved in an indecent manner in the Domain,
won fined 40s., in de- fault ono month'o imprisonment. won fined 40s., in default one month's imprisonment.
Ile waB also fined 40s., in default ono month's He was also fined 40s., in default one month's
imprisonment for having used indecent language. imprisonment for having used indecent language.
John, Cmney, 22, seaman, belonging to tho slïip John, Craney, 22, seaman, belonging to the ship
Orontes, waa charged with having beon absent Orontes, was charged with having been absent
from his vessel without leave. Ho was convicted, from his vessel without leave. He was convicted,
and was ordered to bo imprisoned for seven days. and was ordered to be imprisoned for seven days.
John M'Millan,'2H, st aman, belonging to tho John McMillan, 2H, of man, belonging to the
ship Carlislo Cattle, was charged with having ship Carlisle Cattle, was charged with having
Leon,absent irom his vessol without leave. Leon, absent from his vessel without leave.
Ho was ordered to ho imprisoned for seven days. He was ordered to be imprisoned for seven days.
A moating of tho Licensing Court, was held at A meeting of the Licensing Court, was held at
noon, the bonch being occupied by MeBsrs, Addison noon, the bench being occupied by Messrs., Addison
and Buchanan, S.MB., and tho Hen. John'Macintoeh. and Buchanan, SIMS., and the Hen. John'Macintoeh.
Anumber of tranefors, colonial wine, auctioneers', A number of transfers, colonial wine, auctioneers',
and muBio licenses wero grunted. At the NEWTOWN and music licenses were granted. At the NEWTOWN
POI.IOB COURT yesterday, before Mr. G. O'Mulley POLICE COURT yesterday, before Mr. G. O'Malley
Clarke, S.M., in tho matter Schell v. Whittaker, Clarke, S.M., in the matter Schell v. Whittaker,
the plaintiff, a butcher at Knmore, sued defen- the plaintiff, a butcher at Enmore, sued defendant,
dant, his servant, for damagos (£10), for riding his servant, for damages (£10 for riding
ovor one Thomas Pickvnnoo at night, when collecting over one Thomas Pickvnnoo at night, when collecting
oidors. Pick vnnce, in September last, recoveted orders. Pick vance, in September last, recovered
£6, with ooBts, against Schell ; and Scholl £6, with costs, against Schell and Schell
now Bued Whittaker for that amount. Verdict now sued Whittaker for that amount. Verdict
for plaintiff, £0 12s,, and 18s. Cd: costa. for plaintiff, £0 12s,, and 18s. 6d: costs.