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|Roma Circuit Court. TUESDAY, September 20. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Real. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. ASSAULT. (Article), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Wednesday 21 September 1904 page Article||2013-05-14 17:14||His Honor called Constable Dawes into-
||His Honor called Constable Dawes into
|Local and General News. (Article), The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser (Heathcote, Vic. : 1863 - 1918), Friday 18 November 1887 page Article||2013-04-26 16:47||D?ATH IN THE TosPITAL.-Tlhe death
Joseph Herman, brother of Mr John
Herman. residing in Sawpit .Gully, near
into the Rospital'from Knowslcy on the
,eathcote,. The 'deceased waR admitted
pain till Friday last, when deathl relkased
himafrom his sufferings. Deceased was a
ivory old resident of this goldfield. The
,attended "y a number of friends.
|DEATH IN THE HOSPITAL.—The death
Joseph Herman, brother of Mr. John
Herman, residing in Sawpit Gully, near
into the Hospital from Knowsley on the
Heathcote. The deceased was admitted
pain till Friday last when death released
him from his sufferings. Deceased was a
very old resident of this goldfield. The
attended by a number of friends.
|MASONIC JEWELS STOLEN. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 4 August 1914 page Article||2013-04-09 18:19||I -AIAS0X1C .IKWIÍI.S STÓíaEX.
Iloboit tust hi Mt hm I IMP Shc-irn appeorrcl bo
fore tlio 1 itrnn Com I on Mi mint on two chaigcä
of hating stolen Misóme jpttelu, nn opera pinas,
and dress «mil, tlio propel It of George Coultt
¡hub Inepirtor Noble prnsmited nnd Mr C 1Ï
fcng-cr (i UM met «I In Mc-*«« Hodgson and 1 mia)
Bon) npppaied for the deícm-e
Pcteclfti MPA rlhur w«l -Cn lult UD I wns In n
restaurant in rompint with Plain clothes Con
fitiblr Maffprzoni \uuwl interpd, enrting a bap
in hiH hand I raid t ood morning, Mlclt ' He
replied ' doo I morning it1- ^w poid I\c jint
ronm in from Dandrnoiu «hoie 1 bought a hip
of clothes from n mm foi lf> " Turning to Mar
fprroni lit. offend to sill them for V)f, tuting
tint the clothes would juM about fit bim Vc
t iibwl w H urrcatofl nu I ». ibseqnentlj admitted
thnt bp bad m toi rd n bou**-*- in George **-treit bj
raising an unlocked WITH low Vsked as to what
bad happened (lie Masonic jewels nnd mcdills, be
said that bo would let us 1 now where the* were
He took us to a rooken opposite the Melbourne
(.«öl, wbeie poition w is motored nlio to the
Imperial lodging holme ind (hesta I louse, m little
Bourke street, where other portion«! ol the mis-sing
proper!*, caine lo light
Shearn wiro plmrinl not guilt« to the two
clnrgps, was (ommitted foi ti ml on each charge
Hail, in two »uietipi of t.2.- each, was allowed
|MASONIC JEWELS STOLEN.
Robert Austin McFarlane Shearn appeared be-
fore the Fitzroy Court on Monday on two charges
of having stolen Masonic jewels, an opera glass,
and dress suit, the property of George Coutts.
Sub-Inspector Noble prosecuted and Mr. C. H.
Eager (instructed by Messrs. Hodgson and Finlay-
son) appeared for the defence.
Detective McArthur said: On July 20 I was in a
restaurant, in company with Plain-clothes Con-
stable Mafferzoni. Accused entered, carrying a bag
in his hand. I said, "Good morning, Mick." He
replied, "Good morning: its very cold. I've just
come in from Dandenong, where I brought a bag
of clothes from a man for 10." Turning to Maf-
ferzoni, he offered to sell them for 30/, saying
that the clothes would just about fit him. Ac-
cussed was arrested, and subsequently admitted
that he had entered a house in George street by
raising an unlocked window. Asked as to what
had happened the Masonic jewels and medals, he
said that he would let us know where they were.
He took us to a rockery opposite the Melbouren
Gaol, where portion was recovered, also to the
Imperial lodging-house and Chester House, in Little
Bourke street, where other portions of the the missing
property came to light.
Shearn, who pleaded not guilty to the two
charges, was committed for trial on each charge.
Bail, in tow sureties of £25 each, was allowed.
|FRIEND OF THE SOVIET. Ordered to Support Wife and Child. (Article), Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948), Saturday 28 November 1931 page Article||2013-03-19 17:09||friend of the soviet.
the Communist party and holding Com
munist meetings at bis home was quot
ed at the Bichmond (Victoria) Court
factors leading to the final estrange
Smith, Highett street, Bichmond, sought
Smith, confectionery employee, main
Mr. M. Goldberg said tliat the par
for his arrest, bat he was not appre
hended for more than foar years. He
was released from custody on a sure
ty, but lie again diBappcored for a
year. After lie had been arrested a
the Communist party. Qe held meetings
wait oil Communist men and women
On November 7, when her husband at
tached her a woman, aged nearly SO I
years, who sought to intervene, was I
forcibly removed and threatened. J
Evidence to thin effect w:is given by
Smith deuicd the violcuco alleged and
1 also denied having used the language
attributed to hini. He admitted ac
tive association with the IWends Bf the
Soviet Union. . '
An order wan made foi payment of
£i a week for the support of the'wife,
and 10/ a week for the support 6f the
child. The wife was alee graatei cus>
tody of flie child. ?.' , ' .
|FRIEND OF THE SOVIET.
the Communist party and holding Com-
munist meetings at his home was quot-
ed at the Richmond (Victoria) Court
factors leading to the final estrange-
Smith, Highett street, Richmond, sought
Smith, confectionery employee, main-
Mr. M. Goldberg said that the par-
for his arrest, but he was not appre-
hended for more than four years. He
was released from custody on a sure-
ty, but he again disappeared for a
year. After he had been arrested a
the Communist party. He held meetings
wait on Communist men and women
On November 7, when her husband at-
tacked her a woman, aged nearly 80
years, who sought to intervene, was
forcibly removed and threatened.
Evidence to this effect was given by
Smith denied the violence alleged and
also denied having used the language
attributed to him. He admitted ac-
tive association with the Friends of the
An order was made for payment of
£1 a week for the support of the wife,
and 10/ a week for the support of the
child. The wife was also granted cus-
tody of the child.
|ATHLETICS. (Article), Queensland Figaro and Punch (Brisbane, Qld : 1885 - 1889), Saturday 11 August 1888 page Article||2013-03-18 17:43||a good sparriug exhibition. Burke's physique is admirable,
take up Burke's offer of stinding up for four rounds for $100.
Starlight, the irrepressible, did offer bis carcass for a puncliiug
been " all on; " but he showed a good defence a,iid at timeis got
home. Burke is clever and very quick, and h> manages his
being eviddntly out of condition, and the only thing that dis
pleased the spectators was the shortness of the go. Burke !
and one Trevor, from the circus. The circus mah was too big
regularity with which he knocked bim down he proved that he
" was the man that struck O'Hara." Five rounds were fought
and then O'Hara gave up. The- next pair of gamecocks who I
auburn-headed rival at the same game. Bull-neck made thinps
bj swinging round arm blows .which generally missed Bull-neck
and also generally landed Sandy on his face in the siwdnst.
he bad suddenly swallowed an earthquake, when he g&ve Bullet
head best. The artistic way in which the great Starlight con
descended to attend to the wants of these amateurs wa9 much
Boiirke will now appear at the Crystal Palace Kink, Adelaide
. Littlewood, who won the six days' go-as-ypu-please in the
N.Z. in LonclM for a six days' walk.
Clarke, of Scotland, beat 'Wiburd,of Bathurst,over five miles
and three liiiles, but Wiburd: turned the tables in the one
mile. This bicycle match was for £50' a side,' and the
The Charters Towers £ 10G Sheffield will be run on October
All bookmakers bettin? on the event will have either to
. Evan Lewis, the "American Strangler," nearly killed J.
the States. Tbe Yankees think a lot of Australia's sable
champion. . American sports reckon John L. will funk him,
and get out'on the " colored mian " racket.
|a good sparring exhibition. Burke's physique is admirable,
take up Burke's offer of standing up for four rounds for $100.
Starlight, the irrepressible, did offer his carcass for a punching
been " all on; " but he showed a good defence abd at times got
home. Burke is clever and very quick, and he manages his
being evidently out of condition, and the only thing that dis-
pleased the spectators was the shortness of the go. Burke
and one Trevor, from the circus. The circus manwas too big
regularity with which he knocked him down he proved that he
" as the man that struck O'Hara." Five rounds were fought
and then O'Hara gave up. The next pair of gamecocks who
auburn-headed rival at the same game. Bull-neck made things
by swinging round arm blows .which generally missed Bull-neck
and also generally landed Sandy on his face in the sawdust.
he bad suddenly swallowed an earthquake, when he gave Bullet
head best. The artistic way in which the great Starlight con-
descended to attend to the wants of these amateurs was much
Bourke will now appear at the Crystal Palace Rink, Adelaide
Littlewood, who won the six days' go-as-you-please in the
N.Z. in London for a six days' walk.
Clarke, of Scotland, beat Wiburd of Bathurst over five miles
and three miles, but Wiburd: turned the tables in the one
mile. This bicycle match was for £50 a side,and the
The Charters Towers £100 Sheffield will be run on October
All bookmakers betting on the event will have either to
Evan Lewis, the "American Strangler," nearly killed J.
the States. The Yankees think a lot of Australia's sable
champion. American sports reckon John L. will funk him,
and get out on the "colored ma " racket.
|WANTED TWO "BOB," BUT GOT GAOL INSTEAD (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 24 November 1936 page Article||2013-03-10 11:24||'BOB,' BUT GOT
Perth yesterday begged alms in Well
ISe went along Wellington
came up and asked him for 3s.
Taylor said he was under the in
|"BOB," BUT GOT
Perth yesterday begged alms in Well-
He went along Wellington
came up and asked him for 2s.
Taylor said he was under the in-
|The Daily News. PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. TOPICS OF THE DAY CHILD WELFARE. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Thursday 27 May 1920 page Article||2013-03-10 11:20||centre near Wongan Hills, named. Ko-
||centre near Wongan Hills, named, Ko-
|POLICE COURTS. PERTH. (Saturday.—Before Mr. T. Y. A. Lang, P.M.) (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 19 May 1938 page Article||2013-03-10 11:15||(Wednesday.--Before Mr. T. Y. A. Lang. SM.)
Pensioner Robbed.-Frank Every (48).
labourer, and William Robert Taylor (53).
|(Wednesday.—Before Mr. T. Y. A. Lang. SM.)
Pensioner Robbed.—Frank Every (48),
labourer, and William Robert Taylor (53),
|FALL DOWN MINE. Yugoslav Hurt (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 13 December 1932 page Article||2013-03-10 10:58||Government Hospital with a probable frac
ture of the spine. Yovanovich was work
|Government Hospital with a probable frac-
ture of the spine. Yovanovich was work-
|Unlawfully on Premises (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Saturday 14 March 1942 page Article||2013-03-10 10:55||in the Kalgoorlie Police Court yester
of Charles Percival Cox for an unlaw
ful purpose, to steal. DetectiveSer
consel.Mr. E. M. Heenan, pleaded for
leniency, saying that the accused sup
ported an invalid mother and had sup
ported ah, invalid sister, recently de- !
|in the Kalgoorlie Police Court yester-
of Charles Percival Cox for an unlaw-
ful purpose, to steal. Detective-Ser-
consel, Mr. E. M. Heenan, pleaded for
leniency, saying that the accused sup-
ported an invalid mother and had sup-
ported an invalid sister, recently de-
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