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|Alleged Horse Stealing. (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 22 October 1913 page 6||2017-01-13 16:23||during this time. ? lie 'submitted let-,
H^ ol' diameter from four ymploy'-'
^kL His Honour would .observe that
?»& 'employers' referred to Oniohs as
/Hgiii£ a boy 0[! weak intellect. The.
^HErthat the lior.se stolen took first
Mffifrue at tho last Mac.kay Show show
Hro 'the absurdity of the prisoner's
BKpt, while he then rode tho prize
Made, that everybody had soeh ih'tho
Hliu road towards ijT'ebo.' ?..'.. k ?.
Bffi'llis Honour : Ho ought to bo- shut'
R) in a lunatic asylum.
HKirhe solicitor added that prisoner's
BB^li* If.rtiioij^- could see fit to extend
-H»nieueyi ?. ^ . .'
|during this time.He submitted let-,
tears of character from four employ-
ers. His Honour would observe that
the employers referred to Onions as
being a boy of weak intellect. The.
fact that the horse stolen took first
prize at the last Mackay Show show
s the absurdity of the prisoner's
act, while he then rode the prize
hack, that everybody had seen in the
show ring for two days.
His Honour : He ought to be shut
up in a lunatic asylum.
The solicitor added that prisoner's
if His Honor could see fit to extend
|Alleged Horse Stealing. (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Wednesday 22 October 1913 page 6||2017-01-13 16:17||[^Accused pleaded guilty ? .
iHPIr- Hartley stated that Onions
iBlis only '-? youth of about 17 years
?Hp ,,,ro ' The vouner elian had been
Htrkim; outside Maclcay and bbro u
Wqo-1 character from his employers
ijflffijiriin? siuth time. ? lie 'submitted let-,
|Accused pleaded guilty.
Mr Hartley stated that Onions
was only a youth of about 17 years
of age. The young chap had been
working outside Mackay and bore a
good character from his employers
during this time. ? lie 'submitted let-,
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