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LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM. OLD COURT HOUSE. TUESDAY, DEC. 1. (Before the i[?] Elonours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Jastice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 2 December 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 19:13 Henry Geoigo Whitlam, assistant-bailiff of
insolvency-Adverse judgement in the Sand-
ties, £115 3s. Gd. ; assets, £95 ; deficiency,
£20 3s. Gd. Mr, Courtney, official assignee.
Causes of insolvency-Depreciation in valuo
of real estâto, aud pressure of creditors. Lia-
bilities, £528 9s. ; assets, £-100 ; deficiency,
£089*.
(Schedule filed in Ballarat )
Henry George Whitlam, assistant-bailiff of
insolvency—Adverse judgement in the Sand-
ties, £115 3s. 6d. ; assets, £95 ; deficiency,
£20 3s. 6d. Mr. Courtney, official assignee.
Causes of insolvency—Depreciation in value
of real estate, and pressure of creditors. Lia-
bilities, £528 9s. ; assets, £460 ; deficiency,
£68 9s.
(Schedule filed in Ballarat.)
LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM. OLD COURT HOUSE. TUESDAY, DEC. 1. (Before the i[?] Elonours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Jastice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 2 December 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 19:12 , (Before tld ir ELntoura Cnief Justic« Stawell,
nixrrsGs IN BANCO IN BILABY TEBM.
OLD COU AT HOUSE. - TUESDAY, DEO. 1.
Mr.Jastii;." Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.)
(Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell,
SITTINGS IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM.
OLD COURT HOUSE. - TUESDAY, DEC. 1.
Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.)
POLICE. CITY COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 14. (Before Mr. Sturt, Police Magistrate, Mr. Hull, and Superintendent Freeman.) (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 15 June 1860 page Article 2014-10-22 19:10 (Bcforo Mr. Sturt, Police Magistrate, Mr. Hull,
DRTJNKEKNIÎSS.- Joseph Payne, John Middle
cot, »Jane Burt, Richard Pearce, William Smith,
William Rankin, John Birdshaw, and Qoorgo
Whitlam, wore unod 5s. each.
MINOR OFFENCES.-llenry Keane, charged
with being drunk whilo in charge of a horso and
dray coining over Prince's Bridge, and damaging
another vehicle, was fined 10s. and 30s. domados.
-Annie Tliorpo was charged with disordorly
conduct,' and assaulting a police-constablo.
She also usod disgusting language. Tho
bench lined her 20s. ; ia default, seven days'
imprisonment.-William Oordell, for having no
THURSDAY, JUNE I4.
and Superintendent Frcoman.)
(Before Mr. Sturt, Police Magistrate, Mr. Hull,
DRUNKENNESS.—Joseph Payne, John Middle-
cot, Jane Burt, Richard Pearce, William Smith,
William Rankin, John Birdshaw, and George
Whittam, were fined 5s. each.
MINOR OFFENCES.—Henry Keane, charged
with being drunk while in charge of a horse and
dray coming over Prince's Bridge, and damaging
another vehicle, was fined 10s. and 30s. damages.
—Annie Thorpe was charged with disorderly
conduct, and assaulting a police-constable.
She also used disgusting language. The
bench fined her 20s. ; in default, seven days'
imprisonment.—William Cordell, for having no
THURSDAY, JUNE 14.
and Superintendent Freeman.)
COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 18:57 ,i5C^hiere,?Neii did not
with" Under the County
''"i with ?i Un er .the County
dinner.
''-iu O'w m,c to convince him
^ al t WhitUra-Dr.
1 K ami bl.n.? about either of
<t^Mintocustleired 5t necessary
fc!' Ibf thoetl LKMbuck Save
..'?' ^uterer nKr^01'®11 to run
^batl>e heard lvY' ,oritjr in lr,mt
i avi"g been eleven
^arra,lt in his hand,
i nthd warrant in his hand.
Court ,c P a'nt'ff did not
^Mr^atedehl',,evidence to "the
hold t lat Constable
nothZa P0,lsiclered the
;5:e SbhJ, dy to l>1-event a
' Te been nol?l)ler3 taken
>'*£3r Positivni l? t!le S'lam"
n far iii<, ^n4 4 Sergeant
JJlC,5tIeinain l!n reply tllat
'-''Vs nrre,t ' n d had a Wiir~
k'rere drunk-' J 0 co,lsidered
)\ f' thero Wls
i;| ,v-is w; m the crowd, and
^hitla" th? P"t of a
' c!teJ »!) at tiPr°Ved th,lt the
Dovl'f"1 tliia"o ,Joth to
'J'"eri wa« \ 'C watcl> l^ousc.
n ci ijouse ?n. be.V°ntl the
$ not even hili' a9
.^"nst the I ?? of bei»«
>A«r-thsm five
,] i. '''outlier /""t'^1 He was
. 1° Whether f in the
1 ,,heShamr:^erSeant O'Neil
'^,,rit.v. Hi, r/)f thc plain
Jcr«ioa ul -i ,10r reserved
Mcd- Mr u aH,!imad fr»T
untl1 the following
S Awards-L49
. hartley, instruc
??? constable here, O'Neil did not
??? County Court Act to convince him
??? informed that under the County
??? bailiff, with a warrant in his hand,
??? first laid hold of Whitlam.—Dr.
??? bailiff, and considered it necessary
??? peace.—Stephen Roebuck gave
???but for the nobblers taken
??? Gay, friuterer, next to the Sham-
??? Whitlam for his authority in front
??? prisoner's arrest. He considered

??? a prisoner. The plaintiff did not
??? Sergeant O'Neil's evidence to the
??? was corrobrated by that of Constable
??? that he at the time considered the
??? knew nothing about either of
??? be taken into custody to prevent a
??? not have been excied to run
??? swear positively that Sergeant
??? but he heard Whitlam reply that
??? from Castlemaine, and had a war-
??? men were drunk, that there was
??? of the peace in the crowd, and
??? O'Neil was acting the part of a
??? plaintiff, Whitlam, in taking both to
??? Constable Doyle proved that the
??? locked up at the watch house.
??? the watch house, used by him as an
??? prisoners was taken beyond the
??? charge, not even that of being
??? against the plaintiff. He was
??? altogether more than five
??? discrepancies appearing in the
??? at the Shamrock of the plain-
??? regard to whether Sergeant O'Neil
??? authority. His Honor reserved
??? for consideration until the following
???

??? some cattle had sustained from

??? v Cameron and Edwards—L49,
??? impounded. Mr. Martley, instruc-
COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 18:41 ??? a detective, and seeing n
"lotk-up, didU- e?-pt by takine
r,l0£t-5) 'to folio;ve(i hy the
0.Veil sLf u ?m showed his
'y«itii,n r.TPOl!ceman to assist
--'Ml T-T . w'in'/
??? a detective, and seeing no way to
??? from rescue except by taking
??? the lock-up, did so, followed by the
??? the lock-up Whitlam showed his
??? and O'Neil sent a policeman to assist
??? railway station. Having been eleven
COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 18:39 fl to re^ f together. A.
1^ in ? ' W^10 well
di?trict w!in clotlle3i being a
Risi ovS , recoSn'se(t. At
huotand n i?nd Collstable Ellis
'0,'ads to take bnH ?!,°rt P3'"107,
!il |)Y , e "ofh into custody,
Jete jL "? on the sPot fhat
C l aeeins no Ty f
not recognised. At
their way to the
??? which the two fell together. A
??? to rescue Roebuck, who was well
??? Whitlam, in plain clothes, being a
??? Sergeant O'Neil and Constable Ellis

??? crowd, were, after a short parley,
??? Dr. Pounds to take both into custody,
??? told by a person on the spot that
??? a detective, and seeing n
??? the district, and not recognised. At
??? the spot, and making their way to the
COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 18:15 -.Wn with the plaintiff to
? Prisoner, to the Railway
the injuries received,
^?I'lng morning to put hira
m attendance of Dr.
r-iiT-1 !llat ncc'c was black
ii.. i, ' 'lad taken him by the
... 'arm was blue from the elbow
>lti alleged that owing
"? an?""11? which the Plaintiff
:ith» u-?inson?r 3'la11 8UC^ oases
4 and
?'"them hI!"'' to, t!l® number of
'fed to 6r " unduly excited
jrttooape The plaintiff ran
I'kith the ^ en?UM(1 °PP0<ite the
Cross examined by Jlr.
031 tilc blow given and the
strained by the police
' ,Was t,)rn off, Itis coat torn,
destroyed by the struggle.
J r« called in support of this
?",i '"Pp'tant of whom not being
I"B^stniff°^ "He turned
refused to give evidence !
. UP frora Wei
ar^e (contrary to the Act,
Prisoner shall in such case:
\ sU;aoler for sake keeping
tlie n.-iiAnr"!? ? t"ne they both
iv LUC ACC,
??? sent a policeman with the plaintiff to
??? in conveying his prisoner to the Railway
??? In consequence of the injuries received,
??? had the following morning to put him-
self under the professonal attendance of Dr.
??? Plaintiff said that his neck was black
??? where O'Neil had taken him by the
??? and his left arm was blue from the elbow
??? the defence it was alleged that owing
??? time during which the Plaintiff
???, and owing to the number of
??? the local gaoler for sake keeping

??? and the prisoner being unduly excited
??? to escape. The plaintiff ran
??? and a struggle ensued opposite the
??? of Castlemaine. Cross examined by Mr.
??? shoulder from the blow given and the
??? in which it was strained by the police-
??? shirt collar was torn off, his coat torn,
??? almost destroyed by the struggle.
Witnesses were called in support of this
??? the most important of whom not being
??? crying "Stop thief!" He turned
??? attend the suit, refused to give evidence
??? for twice coming up from Mel-
??? at large (contrary to the Act,
??? that a prisoner shall in such cases

??? by them during that time they both

COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 18:04 ham of the corner out of Pall Mall,
iBiilo'.it of the cab, and attempted
Plaintiff ran after him, caught him,
nii:k. A large crowd accompanied
a:tack struggling to escape, and the
;-:Un2 a rescue. Opposite the Sham
::tJ. about two hundred persons,
»ij upon them that the plaintiff was
; bang his prisoner, and called
ihitnwincnt a policeman arrived, and
i ruling-whip, with which plaintiff
-U the ptisoser an'i the crowd, out
ill struck him on the arm. The
pint O'.Neil), in plain clothes,
;:aild of plaintiff by the throat,
,-kt «o your prisoner." Plain
Id not let him go, he is my priso
2intrant from the County Court,
s.- DM asking for his authority,
-"ilpi itill go into the Shamrock I will
psrckity." O'Neil paid no atten
plaintiff away to the watch
iJ&Sj'jare; the policeman taking
ps.v. the same time. O'Nefl
^..tatifftben showed O'Neil his
,-fiHa.ad his warrant to arrest
;W'fw' t0 '1'm t'le c^aU3e in
.~?ori,inS llim to call on all
..py^^sistance. O'Neil then
,^'^e, Roebuck, you must
t "'-i'lifarrant to arrest you,"
??? turn of the corner out of Pall Mall,
??? jumped out of the cab, and attempted
??? Plaintiff ran after him, caught him,
??? back. A large crowd accompanied
??? Roebuck struggling to escape, and the
??? attempting a rescue. Opposite the Sham-
??? crowd, about two hundred persons,
??? upon them that the plaintiff was
??? losing his prisoner, and called
??? that moment a policeman arrived, and
??? riding-whip, with which plaintiff
??? the prisoser and the crowd, out
??? and struck him on the arm. The
??? (Sergeant O'Neil), in plain clothes,
had hold of plaintiff by the throat,
??? "Let go your prisoner." Plain-
??? "I will not let him go, he is my priso-
??? a warrant from the County Court,
??? O'Neil asking for his authority,
??? "If you will go into the Shamrock I will
??? you my authority." O'Neil paid no atten-
??? this, but took plaintiff away to the watch-
??? in Market-square; the policeman taking
Roebuck there at the same time. O'Neil
??? Plaintiff then showed O'Neil his
??? and his warrant to arrest
Roebuck, and pointed out to him the clause in
??? County Court Act authorising him to call on all
??? and others for assistance. O'Neil then
??? to Roebuck, "Its no use, Roebuck, you must
??? with him. He has a warrant to arrest you,"
COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 17:54 Castlemaine, in which capacity he ex-
warrant of distress on one Stephen
at Sandhurst, in the suit of Bain-
, Roebuck, for a sum of L12 19s.,
against Roebuck at Castlemaine. The
this suit being nulla bona, a war-
i in the Castlemaine Gaol, during a
one month. The plaintiff Whitlam was
to execute this warrant also ; and for
n, on the 14th of September, he pro-
by train from Castlemaine to Sandhurst.
5<a to he met Roebuck and arrested
Ai;k wanted to go out into the bush
s: some property to Sergeant Wright.
iiuil to let him go. But on various
febick kept him going about Sand
otk people on business. They each
| rinibfas, for which the plaintiff paid,
the time for the last train ap
Utoeen six and seven p.m., the plain
|.-;:sinto a cab to go to the station,
??? Castlemaine, in which capacity he ex-
??? warrant of distress on one Stephen
??? at Sandhurst, in the suit of Bain-
???, Roebuck, for a sum of L12 19s.,
??? against Roebuck at Castlemaine. The
??? this suit being nulla bona, a war-
??? in the Castlemaine Gaol, during a
??? one month. The plaintiff Whitlam was
??? to execute this warrant also ; and for
???, on the 14th of September, he pro-
??? by train from Castlemaine to Sandhurst.
??? a.m. he met Roebuck and arrested
??? Roebuck wanted to go out into the bush
??? some property to Sergeant Wright.
??? declined to let him go. But on various
??? Roebuck kept him going about Sand-
??? see people on business. They each
??? nobblers, for which the plaintiff paid.
???, the time for the last train ap-
??? between six and seven p.m., the plain-
??? Roebuck into a cab to go to the station.
COUNTY COURT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 17 November 1863 page Article 2014-10-22 17:47 si Sandhurst, in the suit of Bain
, Roebuck, for a sum' of Ll2 19s.,
tiinst Roebuck at Castlemaine. The
?ihii suit being nulla bona, a war
siiid for the arrest and imprisonment
month. The plaintiff Whitlam was
in execute this warrant also ; and for
n ihe Hth of September, he pro
lixin from Castlemaine to Sandhurst.
at Sandhurst, in the suit of Bain-
, Roebuck, for a sum of L12 19s.,
against Roebuck at Castlemaine. The
this suit being nulla bona, a war-
rant was issued for the arrest and imprisonment
one month. The plaintiff Whitlam was
to execute this warrant also ; and for
n, on the 14th of September, he pro-
by train from Castlemaine to Sandhurst.

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