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3 noelwoodhouse 2,880,528
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925 mang01 31,661
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Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1857. Before the CHAIRMAN and BENCH of MAGISTRATES. LARCENY. (Article), The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859), Saturday 18 April 1857 [Issue No.459] page 6 2017-04-13 19:49 into court with a verdict of - Guilty.
magisrates made application to the Execu-
saane Lofty, A second count in the informn
tion charged the prisoners with having feloni
Tie prisoners pleaded not guilty.
The following evidencee was called:
Isaac Lofty deposed that ha is a nwyecr;
he dird not know the male prisoner prerious to
the 9th March; lhe knew the female pri.oner
some years ago near I'rramatta ; on the 9th
tareh witness asked the male prisoner to show
paying for both as the prisoner hald no money
afterwards they went into several public-lhouses
witness was' neither drunk or soher at the time;
very hot; after being asleep for Almost two
in his pocket when he come to the house; the
apother,ronm ; Topham toolt witness to where
the female was, and on asking her if heo knew
anything about the money. she at first saidt
"no." hut afterwards sild that Jack the brick
layer (the male prisoner) had it. and that shn
saw him take it Topham told witness thabt he
had better go down the town and ose if he
conld find ilustler; witness went with the fe
mnale prisoner to the Chief Constalle's house ;
there the woman again sail that "Jack the
brirkltyer' took the money out of witness's
one of them was identifled Iy Lofty as a por
tion of the money to had been robbed of.
Mr. Geoige 'Topham called, anti deposed :
'hat he is a licensed victualler, and resides iih
Gonlhurn ; the female prisoner came to his
house haout I 1os'clock of the morning of the
the 9th of March; the prosecutor andt the
other prisnner cime in shorlly afterwards; the
three had something to drink. and prosecutlor
awaking lie told witness that he had lost his
money, and that the melo or female prisoner
mast have taken it; at that time the male pri
soner was nut in the house, hut the fenale ans;
witness took the prosecutor to where the wo.
man was, and on his necusing her of the theft,
she said that Jack, tile bricklayer, took the
with the woman into town and look for tile
chief constable of Gotlburnt he recollected
Mbarch, with the female prisoner; lie said he
in charge at the time; silhe said that she saw
" Jack, the bricklayer." take the money ; wit
gotes from his fob ; witness then took him into
costody on snuspicion of the larceny; when he
was taken to the lock-up, ie witas searched, annd
William Jamiion, Esq., one of the jurors,
deposed ; That he hadll known the male prisoner
instance of his dishonesty, the atealing of a bri
.Mr. Joseph Jones, another of the jury, was
called by the female prisoner. Ilo stilted that
he bad known her for many years, and had
bhesty.
T'he chairman summed up: the evidence
agaithst ltfary Milsome was not no strong as
against Hustler; there wan nothing to show
that site had received any portion of the money
that llnatler was chargped with stealing. She
had, however, given evidlence against hIeril in
stotitng that she saw lHustlr take the money
from the prosecutor; for though sihe hadil no
shareofit, her presence at the time of the tak
ing lent a sanction to the Iarceny, and the
wonld, therefore, be equally guilty in the eye
ofthe law.
The jury retired and, after a shlort absence,
acqitted the female pritoner, and found the
male prisoner-Guilty on the first count.
Hustler was then sentenced to three years?
hard labouron the roads.
MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1857.
into court with a verdict of —Guilty.
magistrates made application to the Execu-
saane Lofty, A second count in the informa-
tion charged the prisoners with having feloni-
The prisoners pleaded not guilty.
The following evidence was called:
Isaac Lofty deposed that he is a sawyer;
he did not know the male prisoner previous to
the 9th March; he knew the female prisoner
some years ago near Parramatta ; on the 9th
March witness asked the male prisoner to show
paying for both as the prisoner had no money
afterwards they went into several public-houses;
witness was neither drunk or sober at the time;
very hot; after being asleep for almost two
in his pocket when he came to the house; the
another room ; Topham took witness to where
the female was, and on asking her if she knew
anything about the money. she at first said
"no." but afterwards said that Jack the brick-
layer (the male prisoner) had it. and that she
saw him take it ; Topham told witness that he
had better go down the town and see if he
could find Hustler; witness went with the fe-
male prisoner to the Chief Constable's house ;
there the woman again said that "Jack the
bricklayer" took the money out of witness's
one of them was identifled by Lofty as a por-
tion of the money he had been robbed of.
Mr. George Topham called, and deposed :
That he is a licensed victualler, and resides in
Goulburn ; the female prisoner came to his
house about 11 o'clock of the morning of the
the 9th of March; the prosecutor and the
other prisoner came in shortly afterwards; the
three had something to drink. and prosecutor
awaking he told witness that he had lost his
money, and that the male or female prisoner
must have taken it; at that time the male pri-
soner was not in the house, but the female was;
witness took the prosecutor to where the wo-
man was, and on his accusing her of the theft,
she said that Jack, the bricklayer, took the
with the woman into town and look for the
chief constable of Goulburn ; he recollected
March, with the female prisoner; he said he
in charge at the time ; she said that she saw
" Jack, the bricklayer." take the money ; wit-
notes from his fob ; witness then took him into
custody on suspicion of the larceny; when he
was taken to the lock-up, he was searched, and
William Jamison, Esq., one of the jurors,
deposed ; That he had known the male prisoner
instance of his dishonesty, the stealing of a bri-
Mr. Joseph Jones, another of the jury, was
called by the female prisoner. He stated that
he had known her for many years, and had
honesty.
The chairman summed up : the evidence
against Mary Milsome was not so strong as
against Hustler ; there was nothing to show
that she had received any portion of the money
that Hustler was charged with stealing. She
had, however, given evidence against herself in
stating that she saw Hustler take the money
from the prosecutor ; for though she had no
share of it, her presence at the time of the tak-
ing lent a sanction to the Iarceny, and she
would, therefore, be equally guilty in the eye
of the law.
The jury retired and, after a short absence,
acqitted the female prisoner, and found the
male prisoner — Guilty on the first count.
Hustler was then sentenced to three years'
hard labour on the roads.
Urana Land Board. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958), Friday 26 September 1902 [Issue No.978] page 3 2017-03-22 01:00 1 Tuesday, September 23, 1902. : '
? A. Winzke, 76a. — Reduced from 40s to 23s
. P; F. Gleeson, 455a. — Reduced from SOi to
Bridget M. GItfLBon, 55a, — Reduced from
John Gleeson, lOOJa.— Reduced from 30s
to 23st4d. ?
.^ C.-Salzkej^Oa.— Reduced from {40s to 20s.
.*'!?- AVedhes'd'ay, September 24, 1902.
Tuesday, September 23, 1902. : '
A. Winzke, 76a. — Reduced from 40s to 23s
P; F. Gleeson, 455a. — Reduced from 30s to
Bridget M. Gleeson, 55a, — Reduced from
John Gleeson, 100½a.— Reduced from 30s
to 23s 4d.
C. Salzke 90a.— Reduced from 40s to 20s.
WEDNESDAY, September 24, 1902.
Advertising (Advertising), Wagga Wagga Advertiser (NSW : 1875 - 1910), Tuesday 23 August 1892 [Issue No.2516] page 3 2017-03-21 23:49 In the Estato of MARY GLEERON, wife of
John Joseph Gleeson, of Urangelino,
near Urana, in the .Colony of Now South
Wales, Fanner, deceasod, intestate.
APPLICATION will bo made after four
teen days from tho publication hereof,
that Administration of tho Estutc of the
above-namod deceased may be granted to
JOHN JOSEPH GLEESON, of Urangelino,
Farmer, tho husband of the said deceased.
VV. m. J. WALSH,
Proctor for tho Applicant,
M'Dosell and Moffjtt,
In the Estate of MARY GLEESON, wife of
John Joseph Gleeson, of Urangeline,
near Urana, in the Colony of New South
Wales, Farmer, deceased, intestate.
APPLICATION will be made after four-
teen days from the publication hereof,
that Administration of the Estate of the
above-named deceased may be granted to
JOHN JOSEPH GLEESON, of Urangeline,
Farmer, the husband of the said deceased.
W. M. J. WALSH,
Proctor for the Applicant,
M'Donell and Moffitt,
Urana Land Board. CASES TO BE DEALT WITH. THURSDAY, 31st MARCH, 1898. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958), Friday 1 April 1898 [Issue No.746] page 3 2017-03-21 23:28 also application to substitute other improve
Gleeson, c.p. 455 acres. .
also application to substitute other improve-
Gleeson, c.p. 455 acres.
THE COROWA LAND BALLOT. (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 8 May 1896 page 38 2017-03-21 23:26 tion 93, Naoguuis, to Patrick J Gleeson, Katn,
matitc, out of 120 applications ; portion 34 and
tion 93, Naoguuis, to Patrick J Gleeson, Kata-
matite, out of 120 applications ; portion 34 and
A NEW STATE OF RIVERINA. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Wednesday 26 June 1912 [Issue No.12,933] page 4 2017-03-20 15:11 in the McGo\Ven Government, rather
in the McGowen Government, rather
A TARRA WINGEE DEPUTATION AND LOCAL RAILWAY MATTERS GENERALLY. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 23 April 1912 [Issue No.9525] page 4 2017-03-20 14:20 AND LOOAL RAILWAY MAT
Messrs. Oonners and Ready were de
puted by tbe reeldents of this prosperous
lltt'.e locality to wait on the N. O. Coun
install a siauoamaeier as xarrawingee
Inst a id cf a few shillings' per week mis
McGovern (wisely and humanely), mutu
being. That railway stations of the Im
out a e'atlcnmaster le not only Incon
venient to the public, but an absolute in
justice to tbe district In whab way un
just? Take whab is known as ''the
tork" la railway parlance, v'z., the
and Bright. On more than one Btatlon
wn A ., 4 mnm An In nltaWMA a 4- « faw nVl 1 1 _
- tv o una nuuiou iu Luaigu nv a ion uun
Hugs per week, whereas a man, say, at
£150 a year should be In oharge, not
alone to relieve the consignors, con
safety and disbnrse looally some of the
revenue earned at the eta' Ion In the way
of hla Balary — business people and the
general public are entitled to tbiB, and
businoBS principles demand It. A rail
way department should not be per
mitted to Bweab a district and
public, muoh less servante, in this
Is anothor matter which local happenings
brings vividly to one'd mind. On Good
Friday a "special train passed on to Bright
laden with holidayites, oarrying the very
best carriages, etc,; all were happy and
snn-shioy day. On Easter Monday a
special train laden with raceites pnffsd
Its way along the same line to Beech
worth carrying tracks, and all wore as
?nhappy and mopey as wet hens on a dull
day. Should this be 1 Is tbe contrast
not as outrageous as apparently bamorou? ?
Is the new C»3ar— the toff— of superior
olay to tbe produoer — the hub that sup
ports all ? Mark the railways mast be
demooratised, soonc-r late. Are you listen
ing, Commissioners 1 Do you hoarkeo,
Mr. State Government 1 or are you con
tent with pla pricks that mast ere long, If
yon keep the same track, cause an abso
Those who oi-.de the preliminary re
Bowman's were Cr. J. Ferguson, ex-Or.
Jaralne, Messrs. J. Neary, J. Newton,
D. Roach, G. Paton, J. Mathleson, T.
McOurran, J. Fisher, J. Witberow, and
T. Ferguson and Milue with snob resL
dentB as accepted for the final flatter.
i am sorry for any kedos I may unwlt-
tlagly have deprived " Honor to whom
honor is due of," and should i go out to
accurately depicts such mighty achieve
ments. And, although stepping acrosB
a stream does in eome plaoes con
stitute a divorce cr Eeal a marriage,
i will venture over the Ovens
River to Wkoroulv and have, a din In
is due," even though this Bbouid entail
the neco?elty of mixed bathing. i like
being teased aboub loving "Ovens," but
do nob appreciate the wicked suggestion
that i should be so nngallant as to ab the
self Bame time go a-fishing with " Bow
oons'ant reader of, or snbsotlber to, the
would be no need for the blub to "OvenB"
to re-vlslt Whoronly to learn or see things,
industrially busy, rloh, progressive and
raising, poultry farming, eto.
AND LOCAL RAILWAY MAT-
Messrs. Conners and Ready were de-
puted by the residents of this prosperous
little locality to wait on the N. O. Coun-
install a stationmaster at Tarrawingee.
Instead of a few shillings per week mis-
McGovern (wisely and humanely), mutu-
being. That railway stations of the im-
out a stationmaster is not only incon-
venient to the public, but an absolute in-
justice to the district In what way un-
just? Take what is known as ''the
rork" in railway parlance, viz., the
and Bright. On more than one station
we find women in charge at a few shil-
lings per week, whereas a man, say, at
£150 a year should be In charge, not
alone to relieve the consignors, con-
safety and disburse locally some of the
revenue earned at the station in the way
of his salary — business people and the
general public are entitled to this, and
business principles demand it. A rail-
way department should not be per-
mitted to sweat a district and
public, much less servants, in this
Is another matter which local happenings
brings vividly to one's mind. On Good
Friday a special train passed on to Bright
laden with holidayites, carrying the very
best carriages, etc, all were happy and
sun-shiny day. On Easter Monday a
special train laden with raceites puffed
its way along the same line to Beech-
worth carrying tracks, and all were as
unhappy and mopey as wet hens on a dull
day. Should this be ? Is the contrast
not as outrageous as apparently humorous? ?
Is the new Caesar— the toff— of superior
clay to the producer — the hub that sup-
ports all ? Mark ! the railways mast be
democratised, sooner late. Are you listen-
ing, Commissioners ? Do you hearken,
Mr. State Government ? or are you con-
tent with plo pricks that must ere long, if
you keep the same track, cause an abso-
Those who made the preliminary re
Bowman's were Cr. J. Ferguson, ex-Cr.
Jardine, Messrs. J. Neary, J. Newton,
D. Roach, G. Paton, J. Mathieson, T.
McCurran, J. Fisher, J. Witherow, and
T. Ferguson and Milne with such resi-
dents as accepted for the final latter.
I am sorry for any kudos I may unwlt-
tlngly have deprived " Honor to whom
honor is due of," and should I go out to
accurately depicts such mighty achieve-
ments. And although stepping across
a stream does in some places con-
stitute a divorce or seal a marriage,
I will venture over the Ovens
River to Whorouly and have a dip in
is due," even though this should entail
the necessity of mixed bathing, I like
being teased about loving "Ovens," but
do not appreciate the wicked suggestion
that I should be so ungallant as to at the
self same time go a-fishing with " Bow
constant reader of, or subscriber to, the
would be no need for the hint to "Ovens"
to re-vlslt Whorouly to learn or see things,
industrially busy, rlch, progressive and
raising, poultry farming, etc.
STATION MASTER FOR TARRAWINGEE. (Article), Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Saturday 6 April 1912 [Issue No.9519] page 4 2017-03-20 13:19 . '/ WINGEE.
ihe appointment of a man to take
charge of the Railway Station - at .Tarra-
wingee,' now that a change in thb manage
ment is likely to he made,; was brought
before'tho North Ovens Shire Council at"
The representatives presenffwere— Messrs
M. Connors and M. Sheedy. The-starid-
ing orders of the council ha viug been
suspended, '
Mr. CuNNORS addressed the council,!
behalf of the residents to -request tho
appointment of a man to take charge of.
the station at Tarrawingee. At present
the station is in "charge of a woman, but
appointment of a nian. People doing
delivered off the.. night train- were left
duty of the woman in charge to attend- to
them. The station is an important one,
and" as a lot of business is done there a
notice. - '
The . PRESIDENT, (Cr. J. Smith)
and considered, it a just;!oue. He had
but considered . the arrangements un
go to the station and take goods belong
the council sending a deputation to Mel
oppose any proposal to have a man put iu
and favored the council assisting the rate
payers in the matter. >
Anderson, C.E.) wait on the commis
deputation-; any ratepayers wishing to
also, wait on the commissioners to do so
at their own expense.-
WINGEE.
The appointment of a man to take
charge of the Railway Station at Tarra-
wingee, now that a change in the manage-
ment is likely to he made, was brought
before the North Ovens Shire Council at
The representatives present were— Messrs
M. Connors and M. Sheedy. The stand-
ing orders of the council having been
suspended.
Mr. CONNORS addressed the council,
behalf of the residents to request the
appointment of a man to take charge of
the station at Tarrawingee. At present
the station is in charge of a woman, but
appointment of a man. People doing
delivered off the night train were left
duty of the woman in charge to attend to
them. The station is an important one,
and as a lot of business is done there a
notice.
The PRESIDENT, (Cr. J. Smith)
and considered it a just one. He had
but considered the arrangements un-
go to the station and take goods belong-
the council sending a deputation to Mel-
oppose any proposal to have a man put in
and favored the council assisting the rate-
payers in the matter.
Anderson, C.E.) wait on the commis-
deputation ; any ratepayers wishing to
also wait on the commissioners to do so
at their own expense.
KILLED ON THE LINE. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Friday 22 March 1912 [Issue No.12,853] page 3 2017-03-20 13:09 KILLED ON THE LINE. «
/ WANGARATTA. Thursday. —John
MeGovrr ri was. k il ted on the. raj I way
line at Evert on last night, by trio
8.10 train. The un fortunate man,
who was the caretaker at Everton.
station, was end to pieces. .,
WANGARATTA. Thursday. —John
McGovern was killed on the railway
line at Everton last night, by the
8.46 train. The unfortunate man,
who was the caretaker at Everton
station, was end to pieces.
DEATH IN A WELL. A STRANGE ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 22 March 1912 [Issue No.17789] page 8 2017-03-20 12:51 DEATH IN A WELL. I
A STRANGE ACCFDFAT. ' 1 I
Yesterday afternoon a young man, W-
cis Joseph Duggnn, son of Jlr. ."'?? I
Duccran',. of Jliinna, was assisting m nnw®
irig a 'well at \Vest End, Jludgce. , ' I
was down tlie well, which iras 27 feet ««.
Some bricks were stacked 3 feet fro® J ,
cude of the well. One of the bnca Its
down the well and Hit Buggan over W
eye. He lapsed into unconsciousness, ton
which he did not recover, and he dieolin
morning. 'I
DEATH IN A WELL.
A STRANGE ACCIDENT.
Yesterday afternoon a young man, Fran-
cis Joseph Duggan, son of Mr. William
Duggan, of Munna,was assisting in brick-
irig a well at West End, Mudgee. He
was down the well, which was 27 feet deep.
Some bricks were stacked 3 feet from the
ende of the well. One of the bricks fell
down the well and hit Duggan over the
eye. He lapsed into unconsciousness, from
which he did not recover, and he died this
morning.

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