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Crookwell Land Board Decisions (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 7 April 1943 page 1 2019-09-20 13:46 The - first- sitting of the Crook-
well. Land Board was hel.d at
the Court House, Crookwell,. on
TKBWPljriT. AV. T.T1AOTS
a number of addresses, all cf
which were reported in- our "is
the Board to compel William :
Hawes. to ren.ew the lease cf his
The first sitting of the Crook-
well. Land Board was held at
the Court House, Crookwell, on
RENEWAL OF LEASE
a number of addresses, all of
which were reported in our is-
the Board to compel William
Hawes to renew the lease of his
CROOKWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 16 February 1927 [Issue No.16] page 8 2019-09-20 13:43 1From Residents of Pejar J. J. Mor
timer and others— complaining regard
1111 1 1| I llllllllll 11 II 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIU 3ll Jtlll
and Kialla— Referred to Engineer
close road at Wioodhouselee. — Receiv
From Residents of Pejar- J. J. Mor
timer and others— complaining regard-

and Kialla. Referred to Engineer
close road at Woodhouselee. — Receiv-
GOULBURN ASSIZES (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 24 April 1895 [Issue No.30] page 2 2019-09-20 13:36 Mr. Justicolnnes. Mr. E. Rogers, Q.O.,
acted as Orown-Prosecutor.
therefrom £3, and was ssntencod to twelvo
tho Orookwoll Bonch, viz., Edward
Charles Warron, for sheep-stealing, and
Hamilton, a girl under 16 yoars of ago,
Thoy were dealt with as under: —
Edward Charles Warren, an olderly
Creek, near Orookwoll, about 10th March,
There was a socond count of recoiving.
Prisonor ploadod not guilty and was
report of whioh appoarad in thoso columns
on 20th Maroh, and summarised was to
tho effeot that Constable Clarko visitod
prisnnor's place at Diamond Creek on 1 1th
Maroh, and his suspicions woro arousod
by scoing mutton recently killed, and
sovoral Bneep suras aeoac rao piaco. xne
brands had Beon out out of the skins. He
answer as how ho came into possession of
tho Bheep, arrested him on suspicion.
John Robert MoDonald, manager for
being similar to thoso of Branson Brothers'
sheep. A. E. Oramp also gavo ovidonco.
Prisoner deposod that at last shearing
ho hud twenty-sovon sheep and had
bought two since, making twonty-nino ;
ho had killed five of thoso, two on the
10th of Maroh ; all the sheop ho killod
onmo from his paddook ; tho skinB pro
duced were his own property ; ho had not
Brothers' shoop ; he had first told the
constable ho bad killed one because he
was excited ; he could not aooount for the
skins being torn, oxcopt that it was done
that there waB no evidence sufficiently
strong to convict acoused.
ma nonor summeu up, uireouug duo
jury that thoy might confine themselves
to the charge of stealing, oa there was no
The jury retired, and aftor a brief
deliberation returned a verdiot of not
guilty, and prisonor was discharged.
aged 27, waB ohargsd for that ho, boing
teacher of the public sohool at Ourran's
Crook, did on tho 19th day of January
last, commit offonces under the 43rd
section of tho Criminal Law Amendment
Aot on Mary Ann Hamilton, a pupil at
tending the said sohool, being undor the
age of sixteen yoars.
Mr. Davidson, assisted by Mr. Mal
colm, for the defonce.
The evidence for the prosooution was
the same as that takon at the Orookwoll
Police Court, a report of whioh appeared
Prisoner wont into the witness-box.
His Honor told him that ho need not give
ovidonco if ho did not wish, but if he did
ho would have to submit to cross-examina
tion. Prisoner replied that ho dosired to
trivo ovidonoe. Ha denied tho committal
of either offence, and that he told tho girl
she had to go homo at throe o'clock. He
said tho girl askod him at three to let her
go and he did so. Ho saw Mrs. Parker
and Miss Gooch crossing the oroek as he
loft tho school for a drink. Ho Baw the
girl going in tho dirootion of homo, and
us Bhe was walking slowly ho watched hor.
Sho boclconed to him and wont to a fallen
troo and threw herself down on the
ground. Bolieving her to bo ill ho wont
to her and asked her if it woro so. Sho
mado no reply but by her oonduot and
gestures mado improper proposals to him.
Ha rejected thom and told her to go home
and bo a good girl, and called hor 'atten
tion to Mrs. Parker and Miss Goooh on
tho hill. He then roturnod to the school
and the girl wont' homo. She had been
attending tho school sinco August, 1893,
and he had novor in any way treated her
but with rospoot.
Uudor cross-oxaminatiou prisoner de-
mod that ho had mado any admissions
of committing tho offence to anyone.
Thoro was ill-fooling between him and
Mr. Harvey with rospoot to tho manage
ment of tho sohool. He alleged that Mrs.
Mr. Harvey was recalled by tho Orown-
Proseoutor to rebut prisouer's douial of
allowed the ovidonco, and witness deposed
would commit such an offence, and im
that Mrs. Parker was mistaken, aud that
Harvoy had hoard something and had
mado ubo of it on aooount of his ill-feel-
Tho Orown-Prosooutor ropliod, and
awelt strongly on tno raot tnat tno
prisoner did not oall Mrs. Parkor over if
ho bolioved tho girl to be ill, nor complain
to her as the girl's guardian of hor mis
His Honor summed up, reviewing _ the
ovidonco at length, and directed the jury
that it was for them to detormino whether
thoy believed the prisoner's statement to
be true in tho face of the evidence given
by the girl and supported in every par
ticular by that of Mrs. Parkor. He com
tho matter to tho inspector.
The jury retired nt 10.15.
Mr. Davidson had his objeotion to the
reception of Harvoy's ovidonco noted, and
his Honor consented to state a oase.
callod into court, and as tho foreman
agreeing, thoy woro lookod up for the
Tho jury having boon looked up for
twolvo hours, and not hoing likoly to
agroo, woro discharged at 10.30 a.m. on
Wednesday. Tlmy are said to have boon
oqually divided, six for oonviotion and six
At a later hour tho caso was remanded
to next Assizes on 7th Ootobor, or Buoh
other court as thoAttornoy-Gonoral might
Tho Orown-Prosooutor said ho would
consent to bail, prisonor in £100 and two
sureties at £60 oaoh.
Prisoner's fathor, a minor at Parkos,
waB accepted as ono Burety, and prisoner's
advocate said ho could got another at
Orookwoll. Prisoner will remain in cus
tody till the surety ia obtained. Wo un
derstand that 80 far prisonor has boon
unable to soaure the necessary surotios.
stealing at Breadalbane on 27th Novem
Mr. Justice lnnes. Mr. E. Rogers, Q.C.,
acted as Crown-Prosecutor.
therefrom £3, and was sentenced to twelve
the Crookwell Bench, viz., Edward
Charles Warren, for sheep-stealing, and
Hamilton, a girl under 16 years of age,
They were dealt with as under: —
Edward Charles Warren, an elderly
Creek, near Crookwell, about 10th March,
There was a second count of receiving.
Prisoner pleaded not guilty and was
report of which appeared in these columns
on 20th March, and summarised was to
tho effect that Constable Clarke visited
prisoner's place at Diamond Creek on 11th
March, and his suspicions were aroused
by seeing mutton recently killed, and
several sheep skins about the place. The
brands had been cut out of the skins. He
answer as how he came into possession of
the sheep, arrested him on suspicion.
John Robert McDonald, manager for
being similar to those of Branson Brothers'
sheep. A. E. Cramp also gave evidence.
Prisoner deposed that at last shearing
he had twenty-seven sheep and had
bought two since, making twenty-nine ;
he had killed five of these, two on the
10th of March ; all the sheep he killed
came from his paddock ; the skins pro-
duced were his own property ; he had not
Brothers' sheep ; he had first told the
constable he had killed one because he
was excited ; he could not account for the
skins being torn, except that it was done
that there was no evidence sufficiently
strong to convict accused.
His Honor summed up, directing the
jury that they might confine themselves
to the charge of stealing, as there was no
The jury retired, and after a brief
deliberation returned a verdict of not
guilty, and prisoner was discharged.
aged 27, was charged for that he, being
teacher of the public school at Curran's
Creek, did on the 19th day of January
last, commit offences under the 43rd
section of the Criminal Law Amendment
Act on Mary Ann Hamilton, a pupil at-
tending the said school, being under the
age of sixteen years.
Mr. Davidson, assisted by Mr. Mal-
colm, for the defence.
The evidence for the prosecution was
the same as that taken at the Crookwell
Police Court, a report of which appeared
Prisoner went into the witness-box.
His Honor told him that he need not give
evidence if he did not wish, but if he did
he would have to submit to cross-examina-
tion. Prisoner replied that he desired to
give evidence. He denied the committal
of either offence, and that he told the girl
she had to go home at three o'clock. He
said the girl asked him at three to let her
go and he did so. He saw Mrs. Parker
and Miss Gooch crossing the creek as he
loft tho school for a drink. He saw the
girl going in the direction of home, and
as she was walking slowly he watched her.
She beckoned to him and went to a fallen
tree and threw herself down on the
ground. Believing her to be ill he went
to her and asked her if it were so. She
made no reply but by her conduct and
gestures made improper proposals to him.
He rejected them and told her to go home
and be a good girl, and called her atten-
tion to Mrs. Parker and Miss Gooch on
the hill. He then returned to the school
and the girl went home. She had been
attending the school since August, 1893,
and he had never in any way treated her
but with respect.
Under cross-examination prisoner de-
nied that he had made any admissions
of committing the offence to anyone.
There was ill-feeling between him and
Mr. Harvey with respect to the manage-
ment of the school. He alleged that Mrs.
Mr. Harvey was recalled by tho Crown-
Prosecutor to rebut prisoner's denial of
allowed the evidence, and witness deposed
would commit such an offence, and im-
that Mrs. Parker was mistaken, and that
Harvey had heard something and had
made use of it on account of his ill-feel-
The Crown-Prosecutor replied, and
dwelt strongly on the fact that the
prisoner did not call Mrs. Parker over if
he believed the girl to be ill, nor complain
to her as the girl's guardian of her mis-
His Honor summed up, reviewing the
evidence at length, and directed the jury
that it was for them to determine whether
they believed the prisoner's statement to
be true in the face of the evidence given
by the girl and supported in every par-
ticular by that of Mrs. Parker. He com-
the matter to the inspector.
The jury retired at 10.15.
Mr. Davidson had his objection to the
reception of Harvey's evidence noted, and
his Honor consented to state a case.
called into court, and as the foreman
agreeing, they were locked up for the
The jury having been locked up for
twelve hours, and not being likely to
agree, were discharged at 10.30 a.m. on
Wednesday. They are said to have been
equally divided, six for oonviction and six
At a later hour the case was remanded
to next Assizes on 7th October, or suoh
other court as the Attorney-General might
Tho Crown-Prosecutor said he would
consent to bail, prisoner in £100 and two
sureties at £60 each.
Prisoner's father, a miner at Parkes,
was accepted as one surety, and prisoner's
advocate said he could get another at
Crookwell. Prisoner will remain in cus-
tody till the surety is obtained. We un-
derstand that s0 far prisoner has been
unable to secure the necessary sureties.
stealing at Breadalbane on 27th Novem-

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