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THE LAW COURTS. POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Friday, June 22. [Before Messrs. F. F. Turner, S.M., and J. Duncan.] (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 23 June 1900 page Article 2014-12-26 16:01 can.
can.]
THE LAW COURTS. POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Friday, June 22. [Before Messrs. F. F. Turner, S.M., and J. Duncan.] (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Saturday 23 June 1900 page Article 2014-12-26 15:59 [before Messrs. F. IV. Turner, S.M., and J. Dun
Emnu Smith was charged with having stolen
son Urivel. Tlie evidence showed that the chair
had been taken from the Orient Hotel, and sub
sequently sold by tue cletenuant 10 a qeaier ior
Is. Smith pleaded guilty, and stated that she
v.ould not have taken tlie chair had .-he not beta
stated ' that there were S«t: previous convictions
for larceny apainst the defendant. Sentenced to
six months' ~impri-«-nlnen't ...'..
Smith wa3 then charged with having stolen an
overcoat and pair of gloves, valued at 15s.. tlie
iroperty of Daniel Abeam. SLx montlis' impri
Smith had to answer *-*o further charges of
larceny, and was sentenced to six months' im
priH-nmeni on each count.
June 11T stolen a waterproof coat, valvitd at £1
las., the property of John Hine. The coat wis
taken from defendant's house in Carrington
strcet, and was on June 12 sold to a dealer by
the defendant for Ss. Smith denkni having
stolen the coat, and said that he had 'bought it
from a young gentleman . for 7s.' The Court
Smith, who slid he was Ihe husband of Emma
Smith, the previous 'defendant, 'six montlis'
imprisonment. «
which attacked M. C Carlow in Grenfell-street on
June 14. wxs ordered to pay a fine of £1 and
costs, £2 in all. Mr. K. II. Lathlean' appeared
(or the defendant.
can.l
[before Messrs. F. F. Turner, S.M., and J. Dun-
Emma Smith was charged with having stolen
son Grivel. The evidence showed that the chair
had been taken from the Orient Hotel, and sub-
sequently sold by the defendant to a dealer for
1s. Smith pleaded guilty, and stated that she
would not have taken the chair had she not been
stated that there were five previous convictions
for larceny against the defendant. Sentenced to
six months' imprisonment.
Smith was then charged with having stolen an
overcoat and pair of gloves, valued at 15s., the
property of Daniel Ahearn. Six months' impri-
Smith had to answer two further charges of
larceny, and was sentenced to six months' im-
prisonment on each count.
June 11, stolen a waterproof coat, valued at £1
15s., the property of John Hine. The coat was
taken from defendant's house in Carrington-
street, and was on June 12 sold to a dealer by
the defendant for 8s. Smith denied having
stolen the coat, and said that he had "bought it
from a young gentleman for 7s." The Court
Smith, who said he was the husband of Emma
Smith, the previous defendant, six months'
imprisonment.
which attacked M. C. Barlow in Grenfell-street on
June 14, was ordered to pay a fine of £1 and
costs, £2 in all. Mr. R. H. Lathlean appeared
for the defendant.
can.
AN HOTEL ROBBERY. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 6 May 1902 page Article 2014-12-06 18:40 It hos been reported to the police that
at the Orient Hotel, in Pultcnc)-street. It
appear» that Mrs. Gnvell. the landlady,
took a sum of money, saul to be between
C30 and C40, from one of the up-uur tooms
in the bat. An hour afterwards it had
gone. Mr Gnvoll has been ill foi
that, the tobber, or lobber», weic .more of
tins fact and watched theil opportunity.
AN TI01 KL E0B13EKV.
It has been reported to the police that
at the Orient Hotel, in Pulteney-street. It
appears that Mrs. Grivell, the landlady,
took a sum of money, said to be between
£30 and £40, from one of the upstair rooms
to the bar. An hour afterwards it had
gone. Mr Grivell has been ill for
that the robber, or robbers, were aware of
this fact and watched their opportunity.
AN HOTEL ROBBERY.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 29 July 1922 page Family Notices 2014-12-06 18:26 GRIVEL1.— Oh the 22nd July, at Private Hos
pital, Sampson Grivell, late of Oypress-street,
Adelaide, ' aged 70 ' years. ' /
GRIVELL.— On the 22nd July, at Private Hos-
pital, Sampson Grivell, late of Cypress-street,
Adelaide, aged 70 years.

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