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4656 MartinHJ 3,088
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4658 chrisstevenson 3,084
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2 NeilHamilton 3,059,991
3 noelwoodhouse 2,920,168
4 annmanley 2,239,235
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3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,155
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A MOTHER'S NEGLECT. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 12 November 1903 [Issue No.11,364] page 3 2017-05-21 21:21 six persons slept In one room, and a dying con
(the consumptive) for nine years. Her daugh
ter, who was in court with her, charged simi
child in ber arms.
years. The state had offered for years to pro
vide for the man's -comfort in an asylum, and to
six persons slept in one room, and a dying con-
(the consumptive) for nine years. Her daugh-
ter, who was in court with her, charged simi-
child in her arms.
years. The state had offered for years to pro-
vide for the man's comfort in an asylum, and to
A MOTHER'S NEGLECT. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 12 November 1903 [Issue No.11,364] page 3 2017-05-21 21:19 Dr. Brown's evidence was tbat their place
ol abode was tbe dirtiest in tbe district; that
sumptive In an adjoining room.
Defendant admitted having lived with tbe man
(the .consumptive) for nine yean. Her daugh
ter, who was In court with her, charged simi
larly In respect of neglect to provide adequate
food, lodging, and clothing Cor her child, which
lived with ber In ber mother's home, bad her
The witnesses tor the prosecution stated that
tbe fattier ol tbe 'daughter's child was tbe man
referred io as having lived with Butler tor nine
years. TbeBtate had offered tor years to pro
Wide tor tbe nun's -comfort inan' asylum, and to
take tbe chfldren, bat Batter objected.
The magistrate made an- order for tbe State.:
authorities to fake Butler's two children. He:
slfo fined 'her £5 and costs, or one mouthV
Imprisonment In Daiiingburst Gaol. Tbe case
against the dngbter was, under the drone '
stance*, withdrawn.
Dr. Brown's evidence was that their place
of abode was the dirtiest in the district; that
sumptive in an adjoining room.
Defendant admitted having lived with the man
(the consumptive) for nine years. Her daugh
ter, who was in court with her, charged simi
larly in respect of neglect to provide adequate
food, lodging, and clothing for her child, which
lived with her In her mother's home, had her
The witnesses for the prosecution stated that
the father of the daughter's child was the man
referred to as having lived with Butler for nine
years. The state had offered for years to pro
vide for the man's -comfort in an asylum, and to
take the children, but Butler objected.
The magistrate made an order for the State
authorities to take Butler's two children. He
also fined her £5 and costs, or one month
Imprisonment In Daiiingburst Gaol. The case
against the daughter was, under the circum-
stances, withdrawn.
PARRAMATTA DISTRICT. NEGLECTED CHILDREN. DEPARTMENTAL PROSECUTION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 13 November 1903 [Issue No.20,493] page 7 2017-05-21 18:00 At the Pammatta Tolice Court on Wednesday, before
Mr T E McNevin, SM, a prosecution under the
Children's Protection Act repealed a serious state of
At the Pammatta Police Court on Wednesday, before
Mr T E McNevin, S.M., a prosecution under the
Children's Protection Act revealed a serious state of
LAW. SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. JURY COURT. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 21 May 1867 [Issue No.9045] page 2 2017-05-21 17:56 défendant had pleaded not emily.
défendant had pleaded not guilty.
PARRAMATTA DISTRICT. NEGLECTED CHILDREN. DEPARTMENTAL PROSECUTION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 13 November 1903 [Issue No.20,493] page 7 2017-05-21 17:47 -4
»EPARTMENTAL PROSECUTION.
Mr T E Mart*enn, SM, a prosecution under the
Children's Protection Act repealed J. serious Btate of
aged 43, and her daughter, l$dfa V Warren, aged 23,
Tlie two defendants pleaded not guilty
Or W S Brown stated that at the instance of an
Meitcd the house in winch the two defendmta resided
When he opened the door he saw, lying in a beti in
a corner of the room, a min who was apparently m
the last eta gea of consumption 1 here was also in
elie room un old man, who was an old age pensioner
A moat offensive odour pcnided tile room In another
sietcd chiefly of filth* bU|_,ar hiss In mother room
there were ah*> two small beda There alto were
filth\, and the heddin, was chiefly composed of dirt*
bags He saw one child, aged about 8 She waa ill
elad, and seemed in un nnhealth* eon Iition The sur
roundings of the place made it unfit for human habí
tation, and the health of a child must hue been
seriously injured by living there
James \\ Chalniera, an inspector under the Clul
dren's Protection Act, gave similar ewdence. Mrs
Butler hid refused to give up the children, although
tHe "department had offered to take charge of them
The defendant Butler said the \v itne-a.es liad a "set
on her " She was willing to keep her -children respect
able
The magistrate Aneri the defendant Butler £5, in
dcfiult one month in iUilinghunst Gaol Fie also
custody of the Stitt lho case against the defendant
Warren waa withdrawn, as the medical witness had not
seen her child The magistrate pointed out that the
ments, aa she was living with her mother.
--------
DEPARTMENTAL PROSECUTION.
Mr T E McNevin, SM, a prosecution under the
Children's Protection Act repealed a serious state of
aged 43, and her daughter, Lydia E. Warren, aged 23,
The two defendants pleaded not guilty.
Dr. W. S. Brown stated that at the instance of an
visited the house in which the two females resided
When he opened the door he saw, lying in a bed in
a corner of the room, a man who was apparently in
the last stages of consumption. There was also in
the room an old man, who was an old age pensioner
A most offensive odour pervaded the room. In another
sisted chiefly of filthy sugar bags. In another room
there were also two small beds. There also were
filthy, and the bedding was chiefly composed of dirty
bags. He saw one child, aged about 8. She was ill
clad, and seemed in unhealthy condition. The sur-
roundings of the place made it unfit for human habí-
tation, and the health of a child must have been
seriously injured by living there.
James W. Chalmers, an inspector under the Chil-
dren's Protection Act, gave similar evidence. Mrs
Butler had refused to give up the children, although
the department had offered to take charge of them
The defendant Butler said the witneess had a "set
on her. " She was willing to keep her children respect
able.
The magistrate fined the defendant Butler £5, in
default of one month in Darlinghurst Goal. He also
custody of the State. The case against the defendant
Warren was withdrawn, as the medical witness had not
seen her child. The magistrate pointed out that the
ments, as she was living with her mother.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1925 [Issue No.27,185] page 8 2017-05-21 15:43 CUPPLFS -In loving memory of my dear husband,
t>niAN\- In imiuory of our dear father, Charles
UKI AM - In Io» big munory of my dear faillir,
BARDNEH,-In loving memory of our dear daughter,
CARDNLR - In loving memory of my dear daughter
CVRDNER-In loving meinon of our dear «lalcr.
| ClBBlNS-In loving memory of our dear mother,
tIAIPIN-In loving niemur} of Calbcrino Halpin
El\ ING -In ever lov hit, ratmorj of my denr wlfo
ÍAí KSON -In loving niimorv of our dear mother, who
jARt IS -In over loving memory of mv dear husband
HcDONAI D -In loving mrmorv of our dear non,
IfcDONAI D -In «a<! but fond remembrants» of Hector,
WrGRATH -lu loving memory of our dear «on Private
UeOUlRK - In lov ino; memory of my dirllng husbmd
CUPPLES -In loving memory of my dear husband,
DELANEY - In imiuory of our dear father, Charles
DELANEY - In Io» big munory of my dear faillir,
GARDNER ,-In loving memory of our dear daughter,
GARDNER - In loving memory of my dear daughter
GARDNER-In loving meinon of our dear «lalcr.
GIBBINS -In loving memory of our dear mother,
HALPIN -In loving niemur} of Calbcrino Halpin
IRVING -In ever lov hit, ratmorj of my denr wlfo
JACKSON -In loving niimorv of our dear mother, who
JARVIS -In over loving memory of mv dear husband
McDONAI D -In loving mrmorv of our dear non,
McDONAI D -In «a<! but fond remembrants» of Hector,
McGRATH -lu loving memory of our dear «on Private
McGUlRK - In lov ino; memory of my dirllng husbmd
Family Notices (Family Notices), Nambucca and Bellinger News (NSW : 1911 - 1945), Friday 17 June 1921 [Issue No.804] page 4 2017-05-21 15:33 p IBI4N..— In sad' and loving memory of
vX qur dear mother, l|melia Louisa
Giblin, 'who departed this life on 13th
8une, 1920. ; - - >
You ape not forgotten liiotherleai-,
Nor: will ycu ever be f i /
As long as life and meor its
We wiil remember tfiee'. i
Inserted by hec lovi son ancpdahghler- j
in-law, Torenia and Jack. 1
GIBLIN- In sad and loving memory of
our dear mother, Amelia Louisa
Giblin, who departed this life on 13th
June, 1920.
You are not forgotten, mother dear.
Nor will you ever be
As long as life and memory lasts
We wiil remember thee.
Inserted by her loving son and daughter-
in-law, Torenia and Jack.
NORAH GIBLIN DEAD. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 9 July 1919 [Issue No.2124] page 4 2017-05-21 14:41 NORAH C1BLIN DEAD.
NORAH GIBLIN DEAD.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 12 November 1948 [Issue No.34,600] page 14 2017-05-16 17:13 den Road Camperdown Tnis Fridav at
ALEXANDER arc klndls tnstted lo attend
den Road Camperdown This Friday at
ALEXANDER arc kindly invited to attend
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 12 November 1948 [Issue No.34,600] page 14 2017-05-16 17:08 DAVib-nie Relames and friends
oale) Mr and Mrs Bob Adams (Fue
(Tempe) and Families are lnilted to
attend the Funeral of their belo« ed Father
and Grandlather WALTER ALEX
ANDER to leaie our Chapel 3 MiSocn
2 pm for Catholic Ccmeters PookAond
Wood Coffin Liml^d Ssdney and Sub
ADAMS-The Relntiics and Friends
of Mr H w J Adams Mr and
Mrs J Oramundson Mr and Mrs E
J Ha« nea Mr J i Adams Mr and
Mrs J A Adorns Mr and Mrs J
Flefher Mr and Mrs R A Adams
and Families are lnilted to attend the
Funeral of their beloved Brother
Brother in law ond Uncle WALTER
ALEXANDER ADAMS to lemo our
Chapel J Missenden Road, Camperdown
Cemeters Rookwood Wood Coffin
Adams and Son Pts Ltd ol Parra
matta Read Ashfield are imited to at
ALEXANDER ADAMS See famils notice
ALEXANDER-The RelatUes and
Friends of the late Mrs «MELIA
VLEXANDER arc klndls tnstted lo attend
ADAMS -The Relatives and Friends
dale) Mr and Mrs Bob Adams (Five
(Tempe) and Families are Invited to
attend the Funeral of their beloved Father
and Grandfather WALTER ALEX
ANDER to leave our Chapel 3 Missen-
2 pm for Catholic Cemetery Rookwood
Wood Coffill Limited, Sydney and Sub
ADAMS-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr H W. J Adams Mr and
Mrs J Ommundson, Mr and Mrs E
J Haynes, Mr J F Adams, Mr and
Mrs J A Adams Mr and Mrs J
Fletcher, Mr and Mrs R A Adams
and Families are lnvited to attend the
Funeral of their beloved Brother,
Brother-in-law and Uncle WALTER
ALEXANDER ADAMS to leave our
Chapel, 3 Missenden Road, Camperdown
Cemetery Rookwood Wood Coffin
Adams and Son Pts Ltd of Parra
matta Road Ashfield are invited to at-
ALEXANDER ADAMS See family notice
ALEXANDER-The Relatives and
Friends of the late Mrs AMELIA
ALEXANDER arc klndls tnstted lo attend

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