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3 NeilHamilton 3,442,828
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,978,612
3 NeilHamilton 3,442,699
4 DonnaTelfer 3,397,903
5 Rhonda.M 3,337,737
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23794 joycemary 165
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23799 Lirralirra 165

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ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Thursday 13 December 1888 [Issue No.9,646] page 6 2020-01-22 17:11 At the Pohco Court j estordny throe young
fellows numed Homy Hagston (IS), James
(IS) and Goorgo Cotter (ii), wcto chuiged
withficquonting apublio plaoo with intent to
commit n felony Coustablo Biudbum saw tho
tinco defendants sitting on the river bank at
Bieakfast Creel on Tuesday afternoon near a
mau named Gcor.ro Redwood who was nsleop
bent over Redivood and took a »vhito parcel
from his pocket the coustablo then wont
up and arrested them Gooigo Bodwood
know nothing of tho affair 1 ho defendants
all pleaded not guilt j, and Hagston, »vho demod
haling taken in»thing from the man, was re

niandod foi a x»eok that muimos might bo
mado as to his character Gooigo Cotter was
Bontonced to bix mouths' and James Cottei to
tinco months imprisonment
At the Police Court jesterday three young
fellows named Henryy Hagston (I8), James
(I8) and George Cotter (25), were charged
with frequenting a public place with intent to
commit a felony. Constable Bradburn saw the
three defendants sitting on the river bank at
Breakfast Creek on Tuesday afternoon near a
man named George Redwood, who was asleep;
bent over Redwood and took a white parcel
from his pocket the constable then went
up and arrested them. George Redwood
knew nothing of the affair. Thedefendants
all pleaded not guilty, and Hagston, who denied
haling taken anything from the man, was remanded

for a week that inquiries might be made as to his
character. George Cotter was sentenced to six
months' and James Cotter to three months
imprisonment.
City Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 11 September 1880 [Issue No.4,153] page 6 2020-01-22 16:55 Lahcest,-Two lad3 named James Bradly,
about 11 yearB old, und George Cotter, about 14
years old, Biirrendered to their bail in answer to
conducted tho prosecution, and Mr. Swanwick
»mined in support of the charge, and from their
evidence it appeared that, on Fridny, tho 3rd
Wylie, tinsmith, George-street, for 9a. 6d. In
reply to a question put to them by Mr. Wylie ns
Bradly was arrnatptl in Wickham-street, on the
vious to arresting him asked him if he Eold a
replied, " Cotter sold it. I wss with bim when
it up to Wylie'a. My mother waa short of
the celia.
LARCENY-Two lads named James Bradly,
about 11 years old, and George Cotter, about 14
years old, surrendered to their bail in answer to
conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Swanwick
mined in support of the charge, and from their
evidence it appeared that, on Friday, the 3rd
Wylie, tinsmith, George-street, for 9s. 6d. In
reply to a question put to them by Mr. Wylie as
Bradly was arrested in Wickham-street, on the
vious to arresting him asked him if he sold a
replied, " Cotter sold it. I was with him when
it up to Wylie's. My mother was short of
the cells.
City Police Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Thursday 9 September 1880 [Issue No.4,151] page 3 2020-01-22 16:45 LincENY.-A lad named Qoorge Cotter was
brought up charged with the larceny of a topper
boiler. Tho evidence of the approheulnig«con
stablo was taken, after which tho ucoused was
roinaudod till to morrow, as thoro was another
party concerned m tho laiceny who had not yet
hoon apprehended
LARCENY.-A lad named George Cotter was
brought up charged with the larceny of a copper
boiler. The evidence of the apprehending constable
was taken, after which the accused was
remanded till tomorrow, as there was another
party concerned in the larceny who had not yet
been apprehended

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