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November 1877 - State Library of Western Australia
[ Published by Authority. ]
This Gazette is published for PoUce information only, and the Police throughout the Colony
are instructed to make themselves thoroughly acquainted with the contents.
M. 8.
No. 44.]
SMITH,
Superintendent
of Police.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7.
Stealing in Dwellings, from the
Person, &c.
On the 2nd inst., from the dwelling of T. Gr.
Molloy, Goderich Street, Perth,—one pound Bank
Note (No. and Bank not known), one half sovereign.
Mrs. Bowen formerly Dawson suspected.—C.L 375.
On the night of the 2nd inst., from the dwelling
of William Waldock, Brisbane Street, Perth,—small
bag containing 4 £1 Bank Notes, (Nos. and Bank
not known), about 5s. in silver, and an acceptance of
Mason, Bird, & Co. for £9 16s. on W.A. Bank, due
on 30th Nov., 1877. Alfred Hubert, free, (bp
suspected.—C.L 376.
•^2^2^^/ i(4
On 26th ult., from the premises of James Ali,
Bunbury,—half of a single mattress, marked with a
broad arrow; recovered by P.C. Veale in the possession of Thomas Hall, exp., late 5367. Vide Apprehensions.—C.L 377.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 173, C.I. 369.
The clothing therein described has been found by
Edward Collins, exp., late 7040, on the 31st ult.,
concealed in a drain at South Perth.
On the 29th ult., from the residence of Thomas
Oakley, St. Greorge's Terrace, Perth,—pair of jet ear
drops, with the figure of a child on them, 1 gold
cross, 1\ in. long, magenta stone set in centre. Mary
Ann Green suspected.—C.I. 378. iliUcWLft^ (TH m>
On the night of the 25th ult., from off a clothes
line, at Wanernooka,—brown holland coat, with
small piece let in back, Ught colored regatta shirt,
with small piece let in back, aud 1 woollen shirt,
black and white stripes, the property of Bridget
Stanfield. William Eogers, exp., late 4519, Jeremiah
Murphy, free, and Mary Shay suspected. Identifiable.—C.L 379.
On the 14th inst., from a case on the platform,
South Jettv, Fremantle,—7 tins assorted iams, the
property ot'E. M. Higham & Sou.—C.L 380.
[1877.
Apprehensions.
THOMAS GOEMAN, t.L, Eeg. No. 7416,
at Bussel-
ton, on 25th ult., by P.C. Wansbrough; charged
with being out after hoin-s, on the night of the 23rd
ult. Sentenced, on 26th ult., to 3 months' imprisonment.
JOSEPH BARRETT, t.L, Eeg. No. 6524, at Busselton, on 25th ult., by P.C. Wansbrough; charged
with being drunk and out after hours, on the night
of 23rd ult. Sentenced, on 25th ult., to 21 days'
imprisonment.
CHAELES MUEPHT, exp., late 8363, at Busselton,
on 26th ult., by P.C. Wansbrough; charged with
being drunk, aud making use of obscene and threatening language to the police, on 23rd ult. Fined
30s., or one month and 21 days' imprisonment; fine
paid.
CocKEE, ab. nat., at Bunbury, on 27th ult., by
P.Cs. Monger and Holland; charged, on 29th ult.,
and sentenced to 7 days' imprisonment, and to
return to his master's service.
Vide C.L 377.
exp., late 5367, at Bunbury, on
27th ult., by P.C. Veale; charged, on 29th ult., with
deserting the service of James Ah, and stealing half
of a mattress, on 2'oth ult. Sentenced to one month
and 7 days' imprisonment.
THOMAS HALL,
JOHN KELLY, exp., late 4878, at Bunbury, on 27th
ult., by P.Cs. Veale and Sutton; charged with being
drunk and making use of obscene language, at Bunbury, on 30th ult. Sentenced to 21 days', also fined
40s. or one month imprisonment, cumulative.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, pages 138 and 163.
JAMES WATERWOETH, exp., late 3884; charged
at
Newcastle, on 27th ult., and dismissed.
H E N E T STEVENS alias BLACK H A E E T , t.L, Eeg.
No.
4909, at Perth, on 3rd inst., by P.C. Ivimy; charged
with being absent from his reported place of abode,
on the night of the 2nd inst., and associating with
prostitutes. Sentenced to 2 months' imprisonment.
178
J O H N F O E E A N , free, a t Geraldton, on 27th ult., by
P . C . W a l l ; charged with feloniously stealing a
riding saddle from off a horse, in D . M a r s h e s ' yard,
Geraldton, on 24th ult., a n d sentenced t o 6 m o u t h s '
imprisonment.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 174.
W I L L I A M SMITH, exp., late 6 0 8 3 ; b r o u g h t u p a t .
Geraldton, on 24th ult., a n d sentenced to 6 m o n t h s '
imprisonment.
29th ult., with m a k i n g u s e of obscene l a n g u a g e , in
the hearing of t h e public. F i n e d 4 0 s . o r o n e m o n t h
imprisonment.
J A M E S P E A E S O N , t.L, E e g . N o . , 8936, a t Newcastle,
on 29th u l t . , by Sergt. P e a c o c k e ; charged with
loitering about town, on t h e 27th a n d 2 8 t h ult., also
with n o t reporting his arrival iu town, while on pass
from F r e m a n t l e t o Newcastle. Sentenced, same date,
to 2 m o n t h s ' i m p r i s o n m e n t .
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, pages 158 and 174.
THOMAS P H I L L I P S , exp., l a t e 6 4 1 0 ; charged
Vide Warrants Issued.
M A E T I N COMMEEFOED, free, a t Geraldton, on 27th
ult., by P.Cs. D u n n a n d W a l l ; charged a t Geraldton, on 29th ult., and honorably acquitted.
J O H N W I L K S , t.L, E e g . No. 8464, a t P e r t h , on 5 t h
inst., by P . C . C. Coppin; charged with feloniously
stealing from t h e person of Daniel M u r p h y , t h e sum
of .£4 in bank notes; charged a t P e r t h , same date,
and sentenced t o 12 m o n t h s ' imprisonment. T h e
above found in possession of t h e prisoner when
arrested.
at
Newcastle, on 3 1 s t ult., a n d sentenced t o 3 m o n t h s '
imprisonment.
• Vide WaiTants Issued.
ANDREW
S U T C L I F F E , free, a t P e r t h ,
on t h e 1st
inst., by P . C s . K e n n e d y a n d Glover; b r o u g h t u p at
P e r t h , on 2 n d inst., a n d a d m i t t e d t o bail on his own
security, t o appear when called upon.
P E T E E L E E , exp., late 4115, a t T o r k , on 27th inst.,
by P . C . E a t o n ; charged with refusing t o give his
n a m e and address t o t h e police. Sentenced, on 29th
ult., to three m o n t h s ' imprisonment.
P A T R I C K G I B B O N S , t.L, E e g . N o . 8 0 1 1 , a t T o r k , on
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 174.
GEORGE BRUCE, exp., late 5 4 0 8 ; b r o u g h t u p a t
T o r k , on 2nd inst., a n d discharged.
J A M E S FITZGEEALD, free, on T o r k E o a d , on 28th
ult., by P . C . Pridmore (without warrant) ; charged
with having in his possession one jjortmanteau, a
quantity of clothing, letters, &c., a n d not being able
to give a satisfactory account of t h e s a m e ; b r o u g h t
u p a t Tork, on 31st ult., a n d dismissed.
1st inst., by P . C . Osborne ; charged with committing
an aggravated assault on Michael B r a d y . Sentenced
to 12 m o n t h s ' imprisonment.
M I C H A E L C L A E K , t.L, E e g . N o . 6532, a t T o r k , on
31st u l t . , b y P . C . O s b o r n e ; charged w i t h being
illegally a t large, since t h e 2 9 t h ult., by absconding
from his m a s t e r ' s service.
Sentenced t o 7 days'
lockups.
Inquests.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 170, C.L 346.
W I L L I A M B U E N S I D E , t.L, E e g . No. 10049; c h a r g e d
at Fremantle PoUce Court, on 30th ult., a n d r e manded.
Vide PoUce Gazette, 1877, page 167.
MAET
A N N CLANCT
(single);
brought
up at
Fremantle, on t h e 31st ult., and remanded.
PATEICK EEAEDEN
On t h e 1st inst., a t t h e I n v a l i d Depot, Fremantle,
before J . G. Slade, E . M . a n d Coroner, on t h e body of
E o b e r t Primrose, exp., late 4009, a n inmate of t h e
Invalid Depot, who died on t h e 31st ult. Verdict—
" Died from n a t u r a l causes."
On t h e 29th u l t . , a t Buckland, n e a r N o r t h a m ,
before E . F a i r b a i r n , E . M . a n d Coroner, o n t h e body
of Mary P i l k i n g t o n , w h o was killed by a fall from
her horse, on t h e 28th u l t . V e r d i c t — " Accidentally
killed by faUing off h e r h o r s e . "
alias J I M M T B U E N S , t.L, E e g .
No. 8692, a t Perth, on 31st u l t , by P.C. M c M a h o n ;
charged with being absent from his reported place of
abode, on t h e night of t h e 30th u l t . Sentenced t o
one month imprisonment.
On t h e 2 n d inst., a t t h e L u n a t i c Asylum, Frem a n t l e , before Major F i n n e r t y , J . P . , Acting Coroner,
on t h e body of H e n r y S m i t h , exp., late 5853, an
inmate of t h e L u n a t i c A s y l u m , who died on t h e 1st
inst. Verdict—•" Died from n a t u r a l causes."
A N D E E W S U T C L I P F E , free, a t P e r t h , on 31st u l t . ,
On t h e 27th ult., at Blackwood, before W . Pearse
Clifton, E . M . a n dCoroner, on t h e body of ab. nat.
H a r r y alias N u l l a n who was shot by t h e police, on
25th u l t . Verdict —" T h a t t h e said H a r r y Nullan
came by his death on t h e 25th u l t . , n e a r J o n e s ' Mill,
a t t h e Blackwood, by being lawfully shot b y P . C .
B u t t e r w o r t h , while flying to escape being arrested on
a charge of Murder.
by P.C. I v i m y ; charged with supplying fenuented
liquor t o a prohibited person, on t h e 30th u l t .
F m e d 20s.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 176.
SAMUEL P E E T SLACK, t.L, E e g . No. 9877, a t P e r t h ,
on 2nd inst., by P . C . Cable; charged a t P e r t h on
3rd inst., a n d remanded.
Warrants Cancelled.
M A U R I C E O'ConneU, t.L, E e g . No. 7810, a t Perth, on
2nd inst., by Sergt. McLarty ; charged with loitering
about public houses, when on pass to J a r r a h d a l e .
Sentenced to 2 months' imprisonment.
Vide Warrants Issued.
WALTER
MCCAULL
GEDDES,
free,
not
to
be
a r r e s t e d ; w a r r a n t cancelled o n 30th u l t . , t h e money
having been paid.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 79.
P E T E R W A L S H , exp., late 5152, a t Newcastle, on
27th u l t . , by P . C . Savage; charged a t Newcastle, on
M O O N I E , a k uat n o t t o be a r r e s t e d ;
cancelled on 26th u l t .
warrant
179
Warrants Issued.
|
TouAN, ab. native ; is charged, on warrant issued
at Brookton, on 27th ult., with feloniously stealing
a gun, the property of W. A. Eobinson. The gun is
marked A. E. on the stock. No description of this
native has been given.
!
Miscellaneous.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 167.
THOMAS MCKERNAN, free, is reported
by P.C.
Sutton as working at Eosamill, sheepshearing for J.
E. M. Clifton.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 159.
free ; is charged on warrant
issued at Perth, on 1st inst., with feloniously
entering the storeroom of the Convent of the Sisters
of Mercy, Perth, on the night of the 27th ult., and
stealing therefrom a quantity of clothing, jewellery,
&c., the property of Miss E. Smith. Vide Apprehensions.
ANDEEW SUTCLIFFE,
MAETIN COMMEEFOED, free; is charged on warrant issued at Geraldton, ou 27th ult., with fraudulently stealing a certain letter that had been put into
the Post Oifice, Geraldton, for transmission to Perth,
by the Mail, and did take out of the said letter an
order for the payment of money, to wit .£1, on or
about the 8th August last. Vide Apprehensions.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e l 7 l .
PETER CARTER, exp., stout, about 43 years
of age,
Sft. 7jin. high, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, full
visage, sallow complexion, scar right arm; miner.
The chestnut horse therein named has been seen by
Frederick John Taylor at the 7-mile pool, Murchison
Eiver, near the Geraldine Mines, on the 20th ult.
Eeported by Mr. Mason, Civil Engineer, Geraldton,
that several large stones had been placed on the
Eailway Line, about 16 miles from Geraldton, on the
22nd ult., with a view to throwing the locomotive
off the rails.
Murder.
Vide Police Gazette 1877, page 136 and 153.
NULLAN alias HARRT, ab. nat., while being
pursued by P.C. Butterworth at E. & W. Jones'
Mill, Blackwood, on the 25th ult., was fired on by the
police and killed.
Property Found.
On the 2nd inst., in Murray Street, Perth,—pair
of spectacles and case. Now at Detective Oflace.
WALTER MCCAULL GEDDES, free, stout, 30 years
of age, 5ft. 7 or 8in. high, light hair, round visage,
fair complexion; is charged on warrant issued at
Premantle, on 30th ult., with being indebted to
Alfred Frederick Durlacher, in the sum of £20 and
.£80, he being about to leave the Colony.
On the 30th ult., in St. George's Terrace, Perth,—
brown cotton parasol (new). Now at Detective
Ofi&ce.
JAMES IRVINE, exp., late 8591, middling stout,
37 years of age, 5ft. 6lin. high, dark brown hair,
dark hazel eyes, loug visage, sallow complexion; is
charged on warrant issued at Pinjarrah, on 20th ult.,
with neglecting to pay a fine of 30s. and costs,
inflicted ou l l t h September last. This man is in
the Bunbury District.
Property Lost.
EOBERT DUCKETT, exp., late 7086, middling stout,
52 years of age, 5ft. 4in. high, red hair, blue eyes,
hollow and long visage, ruddy complexion; is
charged on warrant issued at Pinjarrah, on 20th
ult., with neglecting to pay a fine of 5s., inflicted on
l l t h September last. This man is in the Bunbury
District.
On 31st ult., near Toundegin,- -zinc bucket. Now
at Tork PoUce Station.
On the 29th ult., on the road to Claisebrook,- -red
and white shawl.
On the 31st ult., in Murray Street,—one shovel.
On the 28th ult., in Perth,—large silver watch key,
with blue glass in large end. The finder will be
rewarded by owner.
On the 30th ult., between Herdsman's Lake and
the Lime Kilns,—silver lever hunting watch, maker's
name and number not known, with a small silver
chain attached.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 156.
COCKER, ab. native, slight, 30 years of age, 5ft.
6in. high, black hair, black eyes, oval visage, black
complexion; is charged on warrant issued at Bunbury, on 27th ult., with desertiug the service of
Johu Sampson, on the 22nd ult. Vide Apprehensions.
SUSAN K A I N , single.
Description—sUght, about
24 years of age, 5t't. 1 or 2in. high, light hair, blue
eyes, long visage, fair complexion; is charged, on
warrant issued at Fremantle, on 5th iust., with, on
or about the 28th September last, at Fremantle,
being there delivered of a male child, did by secret
burial endeavor to conceal the birth thereof.
HAEET, ab. native. Description—middhng stout,
40 years of age, 5ft. Sin. high, black hair, black
eyes, black complexion; is charged on warrant
issued at Fremantle, on 5th inst., with deserting
service of Police, at Fremantle.
The pruning shears therein described, found in the
possession of Edward Morgan Davies, t.L, Eeg. No.
9137, Perth, and handed to owner.
Horses and Cattle.
Sold at Guildford, by order of T. C. GuU, J.P.,
black mare, 14 hands high, hind feet white, about 7
years old, branded NL on near shoulder.
Sold at Tork, by order of the Eesident Magistrate,
light bay mare (with a foal by her side), branded
ML conjoined, on off shoulder, -f on near shoulder.
Certificate of Freedom.
Eeo No. 8349, Henry James McPherson; convicted of theft, attempting to break Prison, assaulting
and theft, at Glasgow, in Scotland, on the 23rd day
of April, 1863, and sentenced to 14 years' penal
servitude; issued at Bunbury PoUce Court, on 29th
ult.
180
P R I S O N E R S
Conditioa.
D I S C H A R G - E D
Where
Committed.
Sentence.
Name.
Eeg. No.
Date of discharge.
From Perth Gaol, week ending Saturday, 3rd November, 1877.
Debtor
8305
Wilson alias Walker
J.
Hanson, David ...
Drunk and obscene language ...
2611
9207
7177
4752 )
10098 i
9070
Foley, John
James, Samuel
Keyte, Daniel
Hands, Henry
Baldock, Edward...
Drunk and incapable
Larceny
Drank and disorderly
Assault
Drunk and resisting police
Sutcliffe, Margt. ...
Loitering about public houses to
obtain liquor, when prohibited
Exp.
9625
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Female
.£11 13s. 3d. or6 i Perth
weeks
I
7 days and £1 or 14 | Newcastle
days
I Perth ...
7 days
!DO.
6 months
21 days
Do.
21 days
Fremantle
14 days and IOs. or Do.
7 days
Perth • ...
3 days
29th October
1st November
2nd
Do.
3rd
Do.
Do.
do.
do.
Do.
From Geraldton Gaol, during the week ending Saturday, 27th October, 1877.
Exp.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
3612
8104
10043
110
4044
4044
Free
Drunk and incapable
Drunk in an open grant...
Drunk and incapable
Drunk at Northampton (two
offences)
Drunk at Northampton ...
Drunk in public thoroughfare ...
Eefusing to work as a seaman ...
Sheen, Michael ...
Eedwood, John ...
Robinson, Daniel...
Eobinson, Jno.
O'Hara, Michael ...
O'Hara, Michael ...
Fuller, Thos.
3 days' h.l. ...
7 do.
7 do.
7 do. and 7 do.
22nd October
2oth do.
Do.
26th do.
14 days' h.l....
7 do.
7 do.
Do.
27th do,
25th do.
.^BSOO:N'X)EIIS
ConEeg. No, dition.
Gazette
No.
10
29
49
District from.
Eington, Henry
4620
P.P.
10th Oct., 1868
Perth,..
Goodland, William
8209
do.
16th D e c , 1870
Fremantle
Baker, James ...
9068
do.
l l l h J u l y , 1871
Northam
Bradbury, Henry
5979
do.
3rd April, 1872
10097
E.CP.
10th Aug., 1873
,
Parkenson, Henry
8674
P.P.
Sth March, 1874
,
Eogers, Augustoe
9860
CE.
8th Jan., 1875
Albany
Foster, James ...
8263
T.L.
Sth Oct., 1876
York
Cunningham, John
7380
T.L.
21st March, 1867 ,
Guildford
Kearns, John or Jas.
9
Date of escape.
Fremantle ...
Perth
Fremantle ...
...
50
Oakley, Israel,,.
6689
do.
9th June, 1865
Geraldton ...
51
Pickett, Geo. ,.,
5763
do.
Sth July, 1863
Vasse
52
Shepherd, James
6434
do.
8th Dec, 1863
53
Sutherland, Langley
7555
do.
17th July, 1868
54
Smith, Geo.
6141
do.
24th Feb., 1870
55
Vowales, Thos.
4865
do.
9th March, 1863
56
Devereux, Patrick
7676
do.
BthJune, 1877
Do
Champion Bay
Guildford
Fremantle ...
Do
.
Cooper alias Jimmy ,,,
Ab. nat. 4th July, 1877
Eoebourne ...
61
Etarro alias Bob Laing
Ab. nat. 4th July, 1877
Eoebourne ...
62
Momarbiddy
Paddy
Ab. nat. 17th April, 1877
Eoebourne ...
65
Thomas Taylor
alias \
j
-10208 Col. Con l l t h October, 1877 ,
Perth
Description and remarks,
Middling stout, age 46 years, 5ft. 9in. high, .sandy hair, dark
blown eyes, long visage, fresh complexion, H K on each arm;
farm laborer.
Stout, broad shoulders, 35 years of age, 5ft. 7|in. high, dark
brown hair, bald, light hazel eyes, long visage, fair complexion,
anchor and J right arm, sailor and mermaid left arm, has a spot
size of half a crown on left side of head void of hair, walks with
a quick short step, turns right foot outward ; supposed to have
gone to South Australia with Bernard Siein.
Slight, age 70 years, Sft. 3Jin. high, grey hair, grey eyes, round
visage, dark complexion.
Stout, age 36 years, Sft. S.Jin. hig;h, light brown hair, light hazel
eyes, long visage, ftesh complexion.
'
Stout, 40 years ot age, Sft. 4in. high, brown hair, oval visage,
dark complexion, bayonet stab in neck, D left side, bullet mark
on right leg, willow,left arm, J light arm.
Middling stout, 37 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, brown hair, grey
eyes, oval visage, fresh complexion, dot and H on left arm.
Stout, 43 years of age, Sft. 2in. high, light hair, Ught eyes, oval
vi.sage, light complexion, soldier, woman, and anchor on arm,
escapod in whaler " Phoenix."
Stout, age 33 years, Sft. S^in. high, brown hair, hazel eyes, oval
visiige, sallow complexion, flags, D 18, 1863 right arm, anchor,
dart, heart, crown and bracelets left arm.
Slight, 4S years of age, Sft. 4|in. high, dark brown hair, hazel
eyes, full visage, sallow complexion, burn marks right arm, has
an impediment in his speech, pockpitted.
Middling stout, 37 ycirs of age, 5(t. .«n. high, dark blown hair,
grey eyes, long visage, sallow complexion, no maiks.
Stout, S3 years of age, Sft. 3|in. high, light brown hair, grey
eyes, oval visage, sallow complexion, freckled.
Slim, 35 years of age, Sft. 7|in. high, light brown hair, grey
eyes, long visage, sallow complexion, freekled on face, hands,
and arms
Stout, 40 years of age, Sft. 7Jin. high, dark brown hair, dark
hazel eyes, oval visage, sallow complexion, saUor, female, and %
flags left arm.
Stout, 4S years of age. Sft. 3 Jin. high, dark brown hair, blue eyes,
full visage, dark complexion, star on right hand, ship on left
arm, crown and fl.ig on right arm.
Slight, 38 years of age, Sft, 9jin. high, light red hair, black eves,
long visage, fresh complexion, mole right arm
Middling stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, black hair, with
a few grey hairs intermixed, dark grey eyes, oval vis.ige, sallow
complexion, crown, coat of arm.s, shot, & c , right arm ; mariner.
Supposed left in schooner " Subahana " for Singapore
Middhng stout, 35 years of age, Sft. Oin. high, bfack hair, brown
eyes, round visage, dark complexion.
Middling stout, 30 years of age, Sft. 9in. high, black hair, black
eyes, long visage, black complexion.
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v?.".'i;„^'\T''''r °^ ''^^' ?"• "'"• "^^S^ ^'"'^l' I"''!-, dark eyes, oval
shi pherd
<^°°>Pl'^''">i>. burn marks on back of right shoilder;
'dwk""Jei'°e"vl: '^^ '"'".? ° ' - ' ^ ' ' "*• •'i'"- Wffh, dark brown hair,
wrist. ^ ^ ' """"'^ "''*^''> '^^'^ complexion, scar on left
By Authority: RICHARD PETHER, Govermnent Printer, Perth.
Palitt
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[ Published by Authority. ]
This
Gazette is published for Police information only, and the Police throughout tlie Colcmy
are instructed to make themselves thoroughly acquainted with the contents.
M.
No. 45.]
8. SMITH,
AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
Circular Orders and Miscellaneous
Information.
H I S Honor the Administrator is pleased to accept
the resignation of Water Police Constable George
Outred, and to approve of the appointment of E.
Tonkin, vice Outred, vfith the usual pay and allowances, from date of Certificate.
M. S. SMITH,
Superintendent of Water Police.
Sth November, 1877.
Stealing in Dwellings, from the
Person, &c.
On the 30th ult., from J. C Thompson's carriage,
while at the Vasse,—one screw wrench and a small
tomahawk ; screw wrench found.
George Seymour,
exp., late 8125, and Christopher Fisher, t.L, 8558,
suspected.—C.L 381.
On the 7th inst., from Richard Pitts' residence,
Old Establishment Yard, Premantle,—.silver Geneva
Watch. Description—|-plate, double case, large
size, the glass cracked, and fastened with cement;
G. Smeddles scratched on the case ; No. not known ;
also gold plated Albert chain. Henry Guest, exp.,
late 4712, strongly suspected. Vide Apprehensions.
—C.L 382.
On or about the 17th ult., from the Whaling
Station, Cheyne's Beach,—one Crimean shirt, sleeves
cut short; one regatta shirt, blue plaid pattern ; one
travelling cap, dark tweed plaid pattern; one sheath
knife; one quart pannican; one horse rug, red and
black stripes; one towel; 4 fathoms of rope, and
a small quantity of tea, sugar, and coffee, the property of Thomas Norman and John Cowden. James
Williams alias Mcintosh, alias Albert Mcintosh
Skirving, free, strongly suspected.—C.L 383.
Vide C.I. 376. of 1877.
The bag containing Bank Notes, &c.
described, found mislaid, not stolen.
therein
Superintendent
of Police.
U.
[187T.
On the 1st inst., from James Martin's blacksmith's
shop, Newcastle,—riding saddle, new, has two or
three bi'istks on the seat; also 1 old bridle, the
property of William Clarke.—C.L 384.
On the 1st inst., from Francis King's workshop,
Newcastle,—2 horse rugs, 1 large size with different
colored stripes, bound with braid at one end, piece
of braid is off, the property of Felix Murphy. Henry
Stearn, t.l , Reg. No. 10061, was seen with these
rugs in his possession. Vide Apprehensions.—C.L
385.
On or about the 20th ult., from the premises of G.
B. Smith, Cootabilling, Beverley,—about 50 fleeces
of wool, 1 silk handkerchief, pair new cotton socks,
and 1 dictionary.—C.L 386.
Vide C.I. 378, of 1877.
The pair of jet ear drops returned to owner by
Mary Ann Green, they being taken in mistake.
On or about the 31st August, from Henry Cox,
shepherd, Kendenup,—1 sheep dog, slut, color black
and tan, answers to the name of Molly.—C.L 387.
On the Sth inst., from Edward Brown's blacksmith's
shop, Upper Canning Bridge,—shepherd's plaid shirt,
pair black cloth trowsers, 1 pair white drill trowsers,
2 white handkerchiefs, about 2 lbs. cheese, and 1
small acct. book, the property of Thomas Emblin.
John Jones, exp. alias Native Dog, strongly suspected,
as he was seen near the house the morning of the
robbery; supposed to have gone to Fremantle.—C.L
388.
On the Sth inst., from Michael Downs' store,
Geraldton,—48 doz. electro-plated tea, table, and
dessert spoons; also novels, song, and spelling books.
32 doz. spoons, 6 song books, and 5 novels recovered,
found on board " Subihani," shipped by John Thompson. Vide Apprehensions.—C.I. 389.
182
On the 12th inst., in High Street, Fremantle, from
the person of Eobert Gregg,—black leather purse,
fastened with two clasps, containing 5 sovereigns,
some silver, and an acct. from H. Cave, Roebourne.
The purse was found afterwards in the water-closet
at Seubert's Hotel, with 7s. 3d. in silver and the
account.—C.L 390.
On the 10th inst., from the residence of Patrick
McDonald, Bulwer Street, Perth,—American axe
with hickory handle.—C.L 391.
tor of Sheep, with neglecting to send in a return ot
the number of his sheep, on or before the 14th ult.
Fined .£1 and costs.
GEORGE TRUSSLER, late Reg. No. 9013, has been
informed that he can leave the Colony at Eucla,
South-east Coast.
JOHN THOMAS, late Reg. No. 9319, has been
inforuqed that he can leave the Colony at Eyre Patch,
South-east Coast.
Vide C.I. 3G8, of 1877.
The sheep dog therein described, found.
Warrants Issued.
Miscellaneous.
JAMES ELLERT, free; charged at Eoebourne Police
Court, on 29th Sept., by Sergeant Vincent, with
supplying spirituous liquor to ab. nat. Ben at
Cossack, on 25th Sept. Fined £5 and costs.
JAMES HENRY, exp., late 9764; charged at Eoebourne Police Court, on the 2nd October, by P.C.
Watson, with assaulting ab. nat. Gramlett, on the
29th September. Sentenced to 6 weeks' hard labor.
LooEiNG alias GEORGE, ab. native, stout, 20 years
of age, Sft. Sin. high, black hair, black eyes, full
visage, dark complexion; is charged on warrant
issued at Cossack, on 9th ult., with deserting the
service of J. C. Clarkson, on the 8th ult.
TRAVELLER, ab. native, middling stout, 20 years
of age, Sft. 4in. high, black hair, dark eyes, oval
visage, dark complexion; is charged, on warrant
issued at Eoebourne, on 6th ult., with deserting the
service of Donald McLeod, of Maitland Eiver, on
15th September last.
CUNDA MALLA, ab. native; is charged on warrant
Eeported by L.C. Houlahan that a bush fire broke
out near the Eailway Camp, Cut Hill, Northampton,
on the 4th inst., destroying the crops of Thomas
McConkey, value X50. No information received as
to how the fire originated.
issued at Eoebourne, on 10th ult., with deserting
the service of William McVean, of Maitland Eiver,
on 30th August last. No description given of this
native.
free; charged at York Police Court,
on the 6th inst., by P.C. Pridmore, with removing
timber off the Waste Lands of the Crown without a
license, on the 17th ult. Fined IOs. and costs, and
to pay 15s. for the timber removed.
COWERMARRA alias GEORGIE, ab. native, stout, 28
years of age, Sft. llin. high, brown hair, oval visage,
dark complexion; WARREBONG alias MANGROVE, ab.
native, slight, 16 years of age, Sft. 2in. high, dark
hair, long visage, dark complexion; are charged
on warrants issued at Cossack, on 30th August, with
deserting the service of Edward Chapman.
On the 19th September, the remains of a human
body were found 2 | miles from Mr. McVean's Station,
Maitland River, North-West Coast; near the remains
a shirt was found quite decayed, there was nothing
but the bones found, so that the cause of death could
not be ascertained. The remains are supposed to be
those of an ab. nat. woman named Dinah, who has
been missing since the end of July or beginning of
August, 1876.
EICHARD PITTS, exp., late 9268, middling stout,
45 years of age, Sft. 2|in. high, dark brown hair,
hazel eyes, long visage, dark complexion, b u m all
over left shoulder, mermaid right a r m ; tailor; is
charged on warrant issued at Premantle, on 10th
inst., with receiving a part of a studding sail, the
property of J. & W. Bateman, well knowing the same
to be stolen.
JESSIE SCOTT,
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 175.
JAMES WILLIAMS alias MCINTOSH alias ALBERT
MCINTOSH SKIRVING, free, has been traced to
Esperance Bay, and is still making
Albany Pohce are in pursuit.
Eastward;
Vide Warrants Issued, PoUce Gazette, 1877, page 114.
described as c.r., Eeg. No. 8534,
was seen by P.C. Thomas Hogan, on the 17th Oct.,
at Mr. John Dearie's, Arthur River. This man is an
Expiree.
BERNARD K A I N , free. Description—slight, about
60 years of age, Sft. Sin. high, grey hair, grey eyes,
long visage, fair complexion; is charged on warrant
issued at Fremantle, on the 9th inst., with unlawfully
burying or assist to bury the body of a male child in
a private garden or enclosure, for the purpose of
concealing the birth thereof, at Fremantle, on or
about the 28th September. Vide Apprehensions.
H E N R T DUDLEY,
CHARLES ADAMS, free, and CHARLES GLASS, free;
charged at Newcastle Pohce Court, on 3rd inst., by
Morton Craig, Inspector of Sheep, with neglecting to
send in a return of the number of their sheep, on or
before the 14th ult. Fined £5 each and costs.
CHARLES HENNESSEY, free; charged at Newcastle
Police Court, on 3rd inst., by Morton Craig, Inspec-
JOHN EYAN alias SULLIVAN, exp.; is charged on
warrant issued at Northam, on 7th inst., vrith
deserting the service of J. R. Morrell, on the 6th
inst. This man is supposed to have gone to York.
BILLY alim BULLAGA, ab. native, stout, 35 years
of age, Sft. Sin. high, black hair, dark eyes, round
visage, black complexion; is charged on warrant
issued at Knock Brack, on 1st inst., with violently
assaulting Annie, ab. native, with intent to do bodily
harm, on or about the 26th ult. Vide Apprehensions.
185
Property Lost.
elastic band round both) containing accounts of
sheep and laborers. No value to any person but the
owner.
On the 3rd inst., near Tolbert, Beverley district,—
silver English lever hunting watch, engine turned,
capped and jewelled, white enamelled dial, sunk
second hands, the hour hand broken. No. 31964,
maker's name Molyneux. Also silver albert chain,
double circular links, and key attached.—Identifiable.
On the 1st inst., in Newcastle,—one horse rug and
one brown Inverness cape with velvet collar.
Horses and Cattle.
On the 2Sth ult., in York,—gold circular brooch,
raised in centre, connected with outer ring by four
bars placed at regular intervals and mounted at the
apex with a stone.
Sold at Bunbury, on the 3rd inst., by order of the
Eesident Magistrate,—brown staUion, 5 years old,
I 4 i hands high, white star on forehead, black points,
no brand or mark visible.
On the Sth inst., about 5 miles from Pinjarrah,—
pair new stirrup leathers. These leathers were in a
sack with some tea and sugar bags, and fell off T.
Fawcett's team. The sack was found but the
stirrup leathers gone.
Tickets-of-Leave
on own account granted to:—
Eeg. No. 8206, Joseph Bunney, for the Champion
Bay district, dated 6th November, 1877.
On the 2nd inst., between Bunbury and the Collie
bridge,—one curb chain, the property of the Local
Government.
Warrants Cancelled.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 175.
Since the 8th inst., in Perth or Fremantle,—two
books, one a pocket book green color, (with an
WALLERING, ab. nat., not to be arrested, warrant
cancelled, on the 2nd October.
A,BSCONI3E;RS.
Gazette
No.
ConEeg. No. dition.
Name.
Date of escape.
Rington, Henry
4620
P.P.
10th Oct., 1868
Goodland, WilUam
8269
do.
16th D e c , 1870
BnkcT, J.rmes
9068
do.
llth July, 1871
Bradbury, Henry
5979
do.
3rd April, 1872
Kearns, John or Jas....
10097
R.C.P.
10th Aug., 1873
Parkenson, Henry ...
8674
P.P.
8th March, 1874
10
Rogers, Augustoe
98C0
C.R.
Sth Jan., 1875
29
Foster, Jamea
8263
T.L.
Sth Oct., 1876
49
Cunningham, John ...
73S0
T.L.
21st March, 1867
50
Oakley, Israel
6689
do.
0th June, 1865
SI
Pickett, Geo
5703
do.
5th July, 1863
6434
do.
8th D e c , 1863
7555
do.
17th July, 1868
6141
do.
24th Feb., 1870
52
53
54
Shepherd, James
.Sutherland, Langley ...
Smith, Geo
55
Vowales, Thos.
4865
do.
9th March, 1863
56
Devereux, Patrick ...
7676
do.
9th June, 1877
60
Cooper alias Jimmy ...
Ab. nat. 4th July, 1877
61
Etarro alias Boh Laing
Ab. nat. 4th July, 1877
62
Momarbiddy
Paddy
.\b. nat. 17th April, 1877
65
Thomas Taylor
alias
\
)
1020S Col. Con l l t h October, 1877
District from.
Perth
Description and remarks.
MiddUng stout, age 46 years, 5ft. 9in. high, sandy hair, dark
brown eyes, long visage, fresh complexion, HK on each arm ;
farm laborer.
Fremantle ... Stout, broad shoulders, 35 years of age, Sft. 7?in. high, dark
brown hair, bald, light hazel eyes, long visage, fair complexion,
anchor and J right arm, sailor and mermaid left arm, has a sjjot
size of half a crown on left side of he.id void of hair, walks with
a quick short step, turns i-jght foot outward ; supposed to have
gone to South Australia with Bernard Siein.
Northam
... SUght, age 70 years, Sft. S^in. iiigh, grey hair, grey eyes, round
^^sage, dark complexion.
Fremantle ... Stout, age 36 year.s, Sft. SJin. high, Ught brown hair, Ught hazel
eyes, long visage, fresh complexion.
Perth
Stout, 40 years ot age, Sft. 4in. high, brown hair, oval %'isage,
dark complexion, bayonet stab in neck, D left side, buUet mark
on right leg, willow left arm, J tight arm.
Fremantle ... Middling stout, 37 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, brown hair, grey
eyes, oval visage, fresh complexion, riot and II on left arm.
Albany
... Stout, 43 vears ot age, Sft. 2in. high, Ught hair, Ught eyes, oval
visage, light complexion, soldier, woman, and anchor on arm,
escaped in whaler " Phcenix."
York
Stout, age 33 years, Sft. S^in. high, brown hair, hazel eyes, oval
visage, saUow complexion, flags, D 18, 1863 right arm, anchor,
dart, heart, crown and bracelets left arm,
Guildford
... Slight, 45 years of age, Sft. 4Jin. high, dark brown bair, hazel
eyes, full visage, sallow complexion, burn marks right arm, has
an impediment in his speech, pockpitted.
Geraldton ... 1 MiddUng stout, 37 years of age, Sit. Sin. high, dark blown hair,
grey eyes, long visage, sallow complexion, no maiks.
Vasse
.Stout, S3 years of age, Sft. 3}in. high, Ught brown hair, grey
eyes, ovalvisage, sallow compltxiou, freckled.
Guildford ... SUm, 35 years of age, Sft. 7jin. high, Ught brown hair, grey
eyes, long visage, sallow complexion, freekled on face, hands,
and arms
Fremantle ... ; Stout, 40 years of age, Sft. 7|in. high, dark brown hair, dark
I hazel eyes, oval visage, saUow complexion, saUor, female, and 3
I flags left arm.
Do
I Stout. 45 years of age. Sft. 3|in. high, dark brown hair, blue eyes,
full visage, dark complexion, star on right hand, ship on left
arm, crown and flag on right arm.
Do
Slight, 38 years of age, Sft. 9iin. high, light red hair, black eyes,
long visage, fresh complexion, mole right arm.
Champion Bay Middling stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, black hair, with
a few grey hairs intermixed, dark grey eyes, oval vis.ige, sallow
complexion, crown, coat of arms, shot, &c., right arm ; mariner.
Supposed left in schooner " S u b a h a n a " for Singapore.
Eoebourne ... Middling stout, 35 years of age, 5ft. 6in. high, black hair, brown
eyes, round visage, dark complexion.
Koebourne ... Middling stout, 36 years of age, Sft. 9in. high, black hair, black
eyes, long visage, black complexion.
Koebourne ... Stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 9in. high, black hair, dark eyes, oval
visage, black complexion, burn marks on back of right shoulder;
shepherd.
Perth
MiddUng stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 6}in. high, dark brown hair,
dark grey eyes, roimd visage, fresh complexion, scar on left
wrist.
186
PRISOlSrEHS
Condition.
D I S O H A R a E D .
Where
Committed.
Date of discharge.
20s. a n d .£4 or 2
months
12 weeks
To pay ^ 2 2 8s. or 6
weeks
6 months
1 month
Fremantle
6 t h November
Do.
Perth
Sth
Do.
do.
Do.
Do.
10th
Do.
do.
1 month & 1 month
Do.
Do.
Offence.
Eeg. No.
From Perth Gaol, week ending Saturday, 10th November, 1877.
Exp.
4450] Wolfenden, W m —
10057)
Free
Exp.
314
Do.
Free
8137
Shelley, James
Barry, Eichard
...
Sime, Anthony ...
Armstrong, Nathl.
Dunn, A n n
Female
D a m a g i n g a lime-kiln to t h e ext e n t of £4,
Embezzling ship's stores
Debtor
Larceny of r n m , value 58.
Eefusing to obey his m a s t e r and
leaving his apprenticeship
D r u n k a n d disoi-derly a n d vagrancy
...
From Geraldton Gaol, during the week ending Saturday, 3rd November, 1877.
Exp.
9265
Picton, George
Do.
Do.
Do.
Free
23
9267
6904
Tetlow, J a m e s
Pitchforth, W m .
Jones, J a m e s
Tetlow, Samuel
D r u n k a t N o r t h a m p t o n (five
oflfences), a n d using obscene
language
Assaulting Sheriff's officer
Assaulting Sheriff's officer
D r u n k a t N o r t h a m p t o n ...
Assaulting Sheriff's officer
14 days, 14 days, 14
days, 14 days, 14
days, and 14 days
1 month
1 month
21 days
1 month
Geraldton
29th October
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
3rd November
Do.
Do.
Do.
From Albany Gaol, during the month ending 31st October, 1877.
Free
Do.
Exp.
Do.
9518
6924
Do.
5217
Ab.
Female
Dahlmann, Augst
Welsford, J o h n .
Maynard, William
Moore, J o h n
Refusing d u t y
Eefusing d u t y
Stealing
Loitering about Public Houses,
being prohibited
Connell, Danl.
Loitering about Public Housesj
being prohibited
Johnny
Assault
Parsonage, Charlotte Loitering a b o u t Public Houses,
being prohibited
Albany
Do.
Do.
Do.
9 t h October
Do.
19th do.
17th do.
7 days
Do.
Do.
7.
7 days
Do,
Do.
22nd
29th
4
4
1
7
weeks
weeks
month
days
do.
do.
f
i
By A u t h o r i t y : KICHARD P E T H E E , Govemment Printer, Perth.
I
183
Apprehensions.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 114.
JOHNNY, ab. nat., at Newcastle, on 7th
Vide W a r r a n t s Issued.
P.C. Giles.
BEENARD K A I N , free, at Fremantle, on the 9th
inst., by Serjjt. Campbell. Eemanded, admitted to
bail, himself in ^£100 and two sureties in ^£50 each.
^5>WYK*WriL
r
h\U ^
r\A.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 179.
inst., by
Eemanded.
Fide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 178.
MAEY A N N CLANCY, single; brought up
at Premantle, on 6th inst., and committed for trial;
admitted to bail, herself in ^£100 and two sureties in
.£50 each.
SUSAN KAIN, sin<»le, at Fremantle, on 9th inst.,
by Sergeant Campbell and L.C. McKay. Remanded,
admitted to bail, herself in =£100 and two sureties in
.£50 each. fxwvwwTOi ^ VA'^I , ;^^^,^/l^ trv^'
WESTLEY M C A T E E , 11 years, and ELISHA M C A T E E .
9 years ; charged at Pinjarrah Police Court, on the
3rd inst., by P.C. Offer, with stealing one box containing bees and honey, valued at .£1, the property
of Thomas Harris. Severely cautioned.
EDWARD FINCH, exp., late 5073, at Guildford, on
the 2nd inst., by P.C. White; charged with stealing
three bottles of colonial wine, from the cellar at
Bassandine, the property of Ann Kemp. Sentenced,
on Sth inst., to 6 months' h.l.; also charged with
violently resisting the police in the execution of their
duty. Sentenced to one month h.L, cumulative.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 64.
YENNERAT, ab. nat., at the Williams Eiver,
on Sth
JOHN B. JONES, t.L, Eeg. No. 9971, at Busselton,
on 1st inst., by L.S. Back; charged with obtaining
goods from G. Cross to the amount of i l 15s. 4d.,
under false pretences. Sentenced, on 2nd inst., to
12 months' h.l. ; also charged, same date, with
obtaining goods from W. W. Bramwell, valued .£1
3s., under false pretences. Sentenced to 6 months'
h.L, cumulative.
SOPHIA HOLMES, prostitute, at Fremantle, on 9th
inst., by L.S. O'Connell; charged with stealing a
quantity of sugar, value Is., the property of Jamea
Beard. Discharged.
Vide C.L 389, of 1877.
JOHN THOMPSON, on 10th inst., by
P.C. J. Cable.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 173.
WANGELBOURRA, ab. nat., at the Harding
Eiver,
N.W.C, on the 3rd ult., by P.C. Watson. Sentenced,
on 6th ult., to 6 weeks' h.L
inst., by P.C. Buck.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 175.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 174.
WILLIAM BURNSIDES, t.l., Eeg. No. 10049;
brought
up at Premantle Police Court on Sth inst., and committed for trial.
ANNAMORRIE, ab. nat., at the Harding Eiver,
N . W . C , on the 3rd October, by P.C. Watson.
Sentenced, on 4th October, to 21 days' h.l.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 127.
ab. nat.; charged at Eoebourne Pohce
Court, on the 6th October, and sentenced to 21 day a'
hard labor.
SIMON,
THOMAS ASHMORE, t.l., Eeg. No. 8476, at Fremantle, on 7th inst., by Sergt. Campbell; charged
with being drunk, neglecting his master's work, and
loitering about public houses. Sentenced, on Sth
inst., to two months' and 14 days' imprisonment.
JOHN MCCAFFREY, free; charged at Newcastle
Pohce Court, on the 2nd inst., by Donald McPherson,
with stealing certain logs of sandalwood, from his
lands, Victoria Plains, between the 1st and Sth ult.
Sentenced to 6 weeks' impi-isonment.
HENRY STEARN, t.l., Eeg. No. 10061; charged
at Newcastle Pohce Court, on the 3rd inst., by P.C.
Savage, with having in his possession one oppossum
skin rug and a billy cock hat, not giving a satisfactory account of the same. Fined .£2 IOs. or in
default one month imprisonment.
Vide C.I. 385 of 1877.
HENRY STEARN, t.L, Eeg. No. 10061; charged at
Newcastle Police Court, on 3rd inst., by P.C. Savage,
with stealing two horse rugs, from the house of
Francis King, the property of Felix Murphy, also
with stealing one pocket knife, and part of a pair of
spectacles from John Martiu. Sentenced, on 10th
inst., to 9 months' h.L
t.L, Eeg. No. 9794; charged at
Newcastle Police Court, on the 3rd inst., by P.C.
Savage, with being out after hours, the night of the
2nd inst. Sentenced to 21 days' h.l.
JAMES K E L L Y ,
Vide Warrants Isstied.
alias BULLAGA, ab. nat., at Northampton,
on the 1st inst., by P.C. Doran. Discharged at
Geraldton, on 6th inst., prosecutor not appearing.
BILLY
JOHN SCHRODER, free, at Fremantle, on 9th inst.,
by L.C. McKay; charged with stealing from the
schooner " Bessie," one studdingsail, the property of
J. & W. Bateman. Sentenced, on 10th inst., to two
months' h.l.; property recovered.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 162.
BEENAED MCAEDLE alias CARROLL, exp., late
at Geraldton, on 31st ult., by L.S. Patten.
manded to Newcastle for trial.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 175.
EDWARD WHITMORE, exp., late 9614, at
on 1st inst., by L.S. Patten.
3891V\
Ee-./
Geraldton,
Dismissed.
THOMAS CONNEELY, t.L, Eeg. No. 10163, at Perth
on Bth inst., by Sergt. McLarty, and L.S. Archdeacon ; charged with assaulting Thomas Stewart,
Coxswain Harbor Master's boat, on the river Ijetween
Perth and Fremantle, on Bth inst. Sentenced to 6
months' h.l.
Vide C.L 382 of 1877.
HENRY GUEST, exp., late 4712, at
Perth, on the
9th inst., by P.Cs. Glover and Kennedy. Remanded
to Fremantle.
184
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 179.
HAEEY, ab. nat., at Perth, on 9th inst..
Property Found.
by P.C.
On the 6th inst., near Mount Hardey, York,~No.
7 horse bell, with chain attached. Now at York
Police Station.
td., Eeg. No. 9877 ; brought
np at Perth, on the 12th inst., and sentenced to 6
months' h.l.
On the Sth inst., in the yard of the Horse &
Groom Hotel, Perth,—Certificate of Freedom belongino- to Reg. No. 8798, Frederick Bevan, convicted of
larceny from the person, at Birmingham, m Warwickshire, on the 24th Oct., 1864, and sentenced to seven
years' p.s. Now at Detective Of^ce.
Glover.
Remanded to Premantle for trial.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 178.
SAMUEL P E E T SLACK,
LBWIS DAVIS, exp., late 6277, at Albany, on the
Sth inst., by P.C. Peirl; charged with being a loose,
idle, and disorderly person, disturbing the public
peace. Sentenced, on 6th inst., to B months' h.L,
as a E. and V.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 138.
The lady's white mosella boot, therein named,
claimed by and handed to owner.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 167.
MosES PEARSON, exp., late Imp. No. 8955, late
Col. No. 10103; brought up at Albany, on the 7th
inst., and committed for trial.
ALFEED JOHN ROWE, free, at Geraldton, on 2nd
inst., by W.P.C. Green; charged with assaulting J.
E. Green, master schooner "Annie Agnes." Sentenced, on 3rd inst., to one month h.l.
PATRICK CONNOR, t.L, Eeg. No. 9413, at Perth,
on 10th inst., by P.C. H. Cable; charged with being
absent from his reported place of abode, the night of
the 10th inst. Sentenced, on 12th inst., to two
months' h.L
t.L, 9681, at Guildford, on 9th
inst., by P.C. Hansford; charged with loitering
about public houses, while on pass to seek work.
Sentenced, on 10th inst., to 2 months' h.l.
JAMES CAMPBELL,
JOHN SCHOLES, t.L, Eeg. No. 8419, at Fremantle,
on 12th inst., by P.C. Andrews; charged with being
absent from his reported place of lodgings, the night
of the 10th inst. Sentenced to 3 months' imprisonment.
HENRY BIRCH, exp., late 9667; was charged on
summons, at Geraldton Pohce Court, on the 1st inst.,
with deserting the service of E. W. Butcher. Sentenced to 3 months' h.l.
On the 3rd inst., on the road to the Gwalla Mine,
Northampton,—small black leather purse, four compartments and large brass clasp, containing cheque
drawn bv Crowther & Mitchell, on the National
Bank, dated 15th September, 1877, No. 367, amount
.£3 7s. 6d., .£1 W. A. Bank Note, No. 51097, .£1
National Bank Note, No. 26500, 12s. in silver, and
four pence in copper. Now at Northampton Police
Station.
On the 7th inst., at the 28-mile Albany road,—old
tarpaulin cart cover, marked J. Unite No. 291,
Edgeware road, London. Now at the 36-mile
Station, Albany Road.
On the 7th inst.. in Howick Street, Perth,—lady's
scarf. Now at Detective Ofi&ce.
On the
inst., P.G. Wall found buried about
6 inches below the surface at the back of Church of
England, Geraldton,—a tin box about 1 foot long,
8 in. deep, and 8 in. wide, containing 12 Church of
England Church Services. The tracks of a man
going from where the box was found to Thomas
Matthews, exp. Michael Downs, storekeeper, Geraldton, missed a small case of books that arrived ex
"Daylight," John Still, c.r., Eeg. No. 7867, and
Aaron Britton, exp., late 5896, suspected, as they
were engaged by Downs to convey his goods to his
store.
On the Sth inst., on the Cemetery Eoad, Perth,brooch. Now at Detective Office.
Inquests.
On the loth inst., at Fremantle Police Court,
before J. G. Slade, E.M. and Coroner, on the body of
Henry Francis Drake King, aged 5 years, who was
drowned in the river near Eons' Head, on Bth inst.
Verdict—"Accidental drowning, and from the
evidence adduced the jury are of opinion that there
was great want of proper feeling on Mr. F. Caporn's
part in not attempting to save life."
On the'8th inst., at the Colonial Hospital, Perth,
before C. H. Clifton, J . P . and acting Coroner, on the
body of John Baker, aged 14 years, who died
suddenly on the 7th inst. Verdict—" Death by
aortex, the largest blood vessel of the heart."
On the 5th inst., at the Woongamine, before E .
Fairbairn, E.M. and Coroner, on the body of Thomas
Holloway, exp., late 7724. Verdict—" Accidental
death, caused by striking his head against a tree
while riding a horse."
On the Sth inst., on the Perth Causeway,of raisins. Now at Detective Oflice.
box
On the 23rd ult., in Albany,—drab colored cotton
parasol, with cane handle, and one pair lavender
colored cotton gloves, small size. Now at Albany
Police Station.
Certificate of Freedom,
Col. Eeg, No. 10080 John Leach; convicted of
larceny, by a servant, at Perth, in Western Australia,
on the 6th November, 1872, and sentenced to fX
years' penal servitude; issued at Fremantle Pohcf
Court, on the 9th inst.
'
Eeg. No. 7408 Patrick Farrell; convicted of
threatening the life of his superior ofScer, at
Montreal, in Lower Canada, on the 18th July, 1862,
and sentenced to 10 years' penal servitude; issued at
Perth Police Court, on the 10th inst.
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with the contents.
Superintendent
of Police.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21.
Stealing in Dwellings, from the
Person, &c.
On the night of the 14th inst., from Mrs. Avery's
grant, Adelaide Terrace, Perth,—four sheets, a hole
in one of the sheets darned, and five pairs of stockings.—C.L 392.
On the night of the 14th inst., from the premises
of Captain G. F. Wilkinson, Adelaide Terrace,
Perth,—three hens (commcm breed) ; one of the
hens found dead with its legs tied together at the
top of the grant, on the 16th inst.—CI. 393.
On the
Wilkinson
color browi;
savage disp*
8. SMITH,
the Colony
the premises of Captain
ferrace, Perth,—large dog,
the name of " Bill." Very
394.
On the 7th inst., from William Eosser's store.
Wheal Fortune Mine, Northampton,—6 or 8 pairs of
mole trousers, various sizes, small roll of white
flannel, small roll of dark linsey, 8 or 9 pocket knives
single and double bladed, wooden handles, and about
201bs. negro head tobacco. This robbery was effected
by cutting a piece of twine which fastened the
window. The foot2)rints of a person were seen leading
from the window into Northampton, described as
about llin. long and Sin. wide at toes, heel plates,
and small nails or large sprigs in the soles.—C.I. 395.
On the night of the 6th inst., from the bedroom of
William Armstrong's dwelliug house, Geraldton,—a
Japanned tin cash box containing a few papers (old
receipts and engagements). This robbery was
effected by the thief putting his hand through a
broken pane of glass and unfastening the bolt of the
window. The cash box was found on the beach on
the Sth inst., receipts aud engagements missing.
Henry Grimshaw, exp., late 8280, and William
James, t.L, Eeg. No. 6630, suspected.—C.L 396.
On the night of the 9th inst., from the dwelhnghouse of B. Eamas, Geraldton,—4 doz. small tack
hammers, 18 doz. pasteboard boxes of assorted
scented soaps, 19 hair combs, 2 doz, men's elastic
belts, 15 woollen Crimean shirts, 2 doz. small brass
[1877.
padlocks, 18 white towels with narrow red stripe
round them, 18 tins sardines, 9^ doz. composition
black crosses. Also the following articles recovered
by P.C. Dunn, in the Government sandhills—bag
containing 35 woollen Crimean shirts, 4 pair mole
trowsers, 9 cotton shirts, 4 second-hand shirts, and 2
boxes of scented soap, the property of B. Eamas.
John James, exp., late 8600, alias Dan Skivey, suspected.—C.I. 397.
Stolen or lost, from the person of Charles Clifford,
Cossack, on the 13th October,—cheque, drawn by F.
McRae & Co., on the National Bank. Perth, in favor
of No. 119 or Bearer, dated 13th October; amount
dES.—C.L 398.
Warrants Issued.
ab. native, middling stout, about 35
years of age, Sft. 2in. high, black hair, black eyes,
black complexion ; is charged on warrant issued at
Bunbury, on 12th inst., with absenting himself from
the service of W. B. Mitchell, since the 10th inst.
Vide Apprehensions.
WHINNIE,
KAKER, ab. native, middling stout, about 30 years
of age, Sft. 2 or 3in. high, black hair, black complexion ; is charged on warrant issued at Beverley,
on the 12th inst., with deserting the service of
Thomas Edwards, on the Sth inst.
JOHNNY W I R I A L , ab. native, about 36 years of age,
Sft. Sin. high, black hair, black complexion; is
charged on warrant issued at Maplestead, on the
6th inst., with refusing to fulfil his agreement with
Terence McGrath, of Beverley.
RICHARD SAIMEN alias JEAN MARIE CLOTHILDE,
free. Description—stout, about 27 years of age, Sft.
7 or Sin. high, black hair, black eyes, long visage,
black complexion; is charged on warrant issued
at Fremantle, on the 13th inst., with obtaining at
pair of boots, value 20s., under false pretences, at
Fremantle, on the 3rd inst. Vide Apprehensions.
GEORGE G E I F F I N , exp., late 6062. Description—•
stout, 33 years of age, Sft. Sin. high, brown hair,
brown eyes, oval visage, dark complexion; is charged
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on warrant issued at Bunbury, on Sth inst., with
being indebted to George Eich, of Bunbury, in the
sum of .£25, for goods, and that George Griffin is
about to leave the Colony, in the barque "Dayhght,"
now at Champion Bay.
PETER, ab. native, stout, 30 years of age, Sft. 1 or
2in. high, black hair, round visage, black complexion ;
is charged on warrant issued at York, on the ISth
inst., with deserting the service of Edward Parker.
MADGINGA alias JOHNNY, ab. native, stout, 30
years of age, Sft. Bin. high, dark hair, dark eyes,
sharp visage, black complexion; is charged on
warrant issued at Geraldton, on the 12th inst., with
deserting the service of the police at Geraldton, on
the 2iid inst.
Vide Police Gazette 1877, p a g e 183 and C.I. 389.
JOHN THOMPSON, exp., late 8145; is charged
on
warrant issued at Geraldton, on the 9th inst., with
stealing from the verandah of Micah Downs' store,
Geraldton,—one case of novels and song books, and
one case of electro-plated spoons, the property of
Micah Downs.
SUGAR and Sugar's woman, ab. natives; are
charged on warrant issued at Eoebourne, on the
15th October, with deserting the service of their
employers, McKay Brothers, Tule Eiver, N . W . C , on
the 1st October.
Miscellaneous.
free, master of barque " Kebroyd ;"
charged at Bunbury Police Court on the 13th inst.,
by Divisional Sergeant Wisbey, with selling two
qr.-casks of brandy, 20 cases of brandy, and 25 cases
of whiskey, on or about the 23rd October, without a
license. Fined ^30.
JOHN STOREY,
free; charged at Newcastle Police Court, on the 14th inst., by Morton
Craig, Inspector of Sheep, with neglecting to send in
a return of the number of his sheep on or before the
14th ult. Fined ^£5 and costs.
BEENARD D .
CLARKSON,
JOHN MCPHERSON, free; JOSEPH LOCKYER, free;
and DENNIS BRESNAHAN, free ; charged at Newcastle
Police Court on the 14th inst., by Morton Craig,
Inspector of Sheep, with neglecting to send in a
return of the number of their sheep on or before the
14th ult. Fined d£l each and costs.
On the 13th inst., a fire broke out on John Fleay's
farm, at Gilgilling, about ten miles from York,
destroying the whole of his premises, including
dwelling houses, barn, stables, stacks, mill machinery,
&c., valued at dglOOO. No clue can be got how the
fire originated; it is supposed that some lucifer
matches were accidentally dropped among the loose
hay near the barn.
W I L L I A M ANGUS, late Eeg. No. 5697, has been
informed that he can leave the Colony, at Eucla,
South-east Coast.
GEORGE WADDLNGTON, late Eeg. No. 3737, and
JAMES CARE, late Eeg. No. 8816, have been informed
that they can leave the Colony, at Eucla, South-east
Coast.
Inquests.
Vide Inquests, Police Gazette, 1877, page 184.
COERECTION—For death by aortex, the largest
blood vessel of the heart, read " Death by rupture of
the aorta."
Apprehensions.
JAMES N U N N , exp., late 9258, at Guildford, on
ISth iust., by P.O. Hansford; charged with being a
loose, idle, and disorderly person, and having no
visible means of support. Sentenced, on the 16th
inst., to 3 months' h.L
W I L L I A M BATES, t.L, Eeg. No. 10048, at Fremantle, on 16th inst., by P.C. Gerring; charged
with neglecting to report his place of lodgings since
the 13th inst. Sentenced, same date, to 14 days'
imprisonment.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 170.
W I L L I A M BURNSIDE, t.L, Reg. No. 10049;
charged
at Fremantle, on the 16th inst., with entering the
dwelling house of August Monter, with intent to
commit a felony, and being armed with a pistol, did
commit an assault on August Monter, on 2nd
October. Committed for trial.
JAMES MCCOY, t.L, Reg. No. 9815, at Fremantle,
on the 16th inst., by L.C. McKay; charged with
being drunk and overstaying his pass, in the Fremantle district. Sentenced, on 17th inst., to one
month and a fine of 20s., or 14 days', cumulative.
Vide W a r r a n t s Issued.
ab. nat., at Bunbury, on the 12th inst.,
by P.C. Sutton and Sergt. Gilchrist. Sentenced, on
13th inst., to 7 days' imprisonment.
WHINNIE,
JAMES CLINTON, t.L, Reg. No. 10040, at Fremantle, on the 14th inst., by P.C. Gerring ; charged
with being drunk while on pass to seek employment;
also, using obscene, and profane language, and resisting the police. Sentenced, on the ISth inst., to
2 months' and 14 days' imprisonment.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 184.
ab. nat.; charged at Fremantle PoUce
Court, on the 15th inst. Cautioned.
HAEEY,
JAMES TIMLIN, t.L, Reg. No! 5708, at Fremantle,
on the 13th inst., by L.C. McKay; charged with
stealing three one pound Bank notes, l i s . 6d. in
silver, tobacco and knife, the property of Thomas
McFadyen, at Fremantle, on the 13th inst. Sentenced, on the 15th inst., to 3 years' imprisonment.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 182.
RICHARD PITTS, exp., late 9268, at Fremantle,
on
the 13th inst., by L.C. McKay and P.C. Murton;
charged at Premantle, on the 15th inst., and committed for trial.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 183.
BEENAED K A I N , free, and SUSAN K A I N ,
single;
brought up at Fremantle, on the 14th inst., and
committed for trial.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 174.
JAMES SLATER, t.L, Reg. No. 6968; charged
at
Fremantle, on the 14th inst., and sentenced to 4
months' imprisonment.
GEORGE GEEENWOOD, t.L, Eeg. No. 8285, at
Perth, on the 15th inst., by L.C. Hall, P.C. Donovan,
and P.P.C. Beresford; charged with stealing six
squares of glass, value 6s., the property of T. G.
Molloy, Goderich Street, Perth. Sentenced, on 16th
inst., to 6 months' h.l.
JOHN HAMPSHIRE, t.L, Reg. No. 9756, at Perth on
16th inst., by L.C. Hall and P.P.C. Newall; charged
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with assaulting Catherine Richardson, at her residence, Murray Street, Perth, on the 16th inst. Sentenced, on 17th inst., to 12 months' h.l.
ROBERT NICKSON, t.L, Reg. No. 8375, at Newcastle, on the 10th inst., by P.C. Giles; charged with
loitering about the town without a pass or employment, and neglecting to attend the Police Court
when warned. Sentenced, same date, to one month
imprisonment.
t.L, Reg. No. 10061; charged at
Newcastle Police Court, on 12th inst., by P.C. Giles,
with having in his possession new cotton Crimean
shirt, and not giving a satisfactory account of the
same. Fined £2 IOs., or in default, one month
imprisonment.
HENRY STEARN,
NARRA CUEEIEE and M A MALI, ab. natives, at the
Gascoyne River (without warrant), on the 3rd
October, by L.C. Mainland; charged with attempting to murder James Craig, at the Gascoyne River,
on the 2Sth July last. Remanded.
Property Lost.
On the 12th inst., in the Town Hall, Perth,—a
lady's fan, made of dark wood, the property of Lady
Ord.
On the 18th inst., from the premises of the
" Crown and Thistle " Hotel, Fremantle,—large size
kangaroo dog, color red, answers to the name of
"Vincent," the property of M. R. ^leagher.
Vide Warrants Isstted.
RICHARD SAIMEN alias JEAN MARIE CLOTHILDE,
free, at Fremantle, on the Mth inst., by Asst. Cox.
Stotter. Discharged, same date.
PATEICK SHEA, c.p., late 2939, and exp., late Col.
No. 10039, at Perth, on 17th inst., by P.C. Ivimy
and L.C. McCaffrey; charged with being on the
premises of the Shamrock Hotel, on the night of the
16th inst., for some unlawful purpose. Sentenced,
aame date, to three months' h.L, as a R. and V.
Vide PoUce Gazette, 1877, page 114.
TOM BOLLYPOT, ab. nat., at Deep Dale, on
inst,, by P.C. Giles.
the 14th
Dismissed, on 15th inst.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 138.
ab. nat.; brought up at Newcastle, on the
16th inst., and discharged.
JOHNNY,
JOSEPH WOODHALL, t.L, Reg. No. 9039, at Fremantle, on the 16th inst., by P.C. Gerring; charged
with being drunk, while on pass to seek employment.
Sentenced, on 17th inst., to 7 days' imprisonment.
WILLIAM MCDONALD, t.L, Reg. No. 9506, at
Geraldton, on Bth inst., by P.C. Dunn; charged with
loitering about public houses. Sentenced, same
date, to one month h.l.
JOHN CUEKAN, t.L, Reg. No. 8526, at Newcastle,
on the 16th inst., by P.C. Savage; charged with
overstaying his pass two days from Fremantle to
Toodyay, 1 month h.l.; not reporting his arrival in
Newcastle, 1 month h.l.; giving a false name to the
police and representing himself to be a free man, 1
month h.L; supplying Maria Kidner, a prohibited
person, with beer; fined £5, in default 2 months'
imprisonment.
JOHN YOUNG, t.L, Reg. No. 9923, at Mount
Hardey, on 12th inst., by P.C. Eaton; charged with
indecently assaulting Robert Conway (12 years), at
Mount Hardey, on or about the 27th ult. Sentenced,
on ISth inst., to 5 years' p.s.
td., Reg. No. 7673, at Fremantle, on the 17th inst., by P.Cs. Murton and
Walsh ; charged with being drunk and incapable, at
the Pier Hotel. Sentenced, on 19th inst., to one
month imprisonment.
BENJAMIN DAVIS,
Sometime since the 17th inst., in Fremantle,—
cheque drawn by E. P. Wittenoom, in favor of
Joseph Hughes, or bearer; No. not known, dated 9th
November, 1877, amount .£3.
On the ISth inst., between Perth Bridge and the
30-mile post, Albany road,—2 pair white mole
trowsers (worn), 2 striped cotton shirts (worn), 1
new horse rug, one old billycock hat, one native cat
skin cap, 2 small account books, one table knife,
some tea, sugar, envelopes, note paper, pens and ink.
These articles were tied up in a bag.
Property Found.
On the 13th inst., in Mr. William Spencer's store,
Bunbury,—cheque drawn by Alice B. Marriott, on
the W. A. Bank, dated Bth November, 1877, amount
£1.
Now at Bunbury Pohce Station.
On the 14th inst., in Adelaide Terrace, Perth,tweed coat. Now at Detective Ofiice.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 176.
The brooch and cross, therein described, claimed by
and handed to owner.
Vide Property Found, Police Gazette, 1877, page 184.
COEEECTION—For Mosella boot, read " Marcella
boot."
On the 12th inst., on the road near Brooke's farm, Pl/Jt^^ od
Northampton,—gold watch guard, bead pattern (9 r ^ ^ ^ X ^
carat). Now at Northampton Pohce Station.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 184.
The black leather purse containing money, therein
described, claimed by and handed to owner.
On the l l t h October, in Roebourne,—clasp knife,
two blades, corkscrew, and hoof picker. Now at
Roebourne Pohce Station.
Conditional Release
exp., late 7527, at Premantle
I
the
18th
inst.,
by
P.C.Andrews; charged with
on
indecently exposing his person to children m a private enclosure, on the 17th inst. Sentenced, on 19th
inst., to 3 months' imprisonment as a R. and V.
GILFEEAD RHODES,
Reg. No. 9660, William Bartlett, convicted of rape,
at Aylesbury, on the 19th July, 1866, and sentenced
to 15 years' p.s.; issued at Geraldton Police Court,
on the 9th inst.; intends to reside at Greenough.
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Horses and Cattle.
Certificates of Freedom.
Reported by Joseph Perry, Murray Street, Perth,
that his son found in the bush near the North beach
hills, on the 13th inst.,—bay mare, about 15 hands
high, branded T D on near shoulder, S x on near
ribs, l e on near ribs; had a new cart saddle and
britcheu on. The mare is now in the Limekiln
Paddock, and the harness at Perry's.
Lost or stolen from George Collin's paddock, at
York, about the 20th September,—black gelding,
about 14 hands high, branded j ; i on near side, ? on
near shoulder; also, one black mare, one white hind
fetlock, about 13 hands high, branded ? on near
shoulder.
Stolen from Northampton, on the 26th ult.,—
black mare, about 14 hands high, branded on near
shoulder M I, the property of Michael Whitburn.
This mare was hobbled at the time she was stolen.
Eeg. No. 10116, John Dogherty, convicted of
larceny at Perth, in Western Australia, on the 1st
October, 1873, and sentenced to 3 years' p.s. ;
issued at Fremantle Police Court, on the 16th
inst.
Reg. No. 9332, William Vince, convicted of arson
of a stack of straw at Ipswich, in Sufi'olk, on the 7th
August, 1865, and sentenced to ten years' penal
servitude; issued at Bunbury Police Court on the
10th inst.
Reg. No. 8916, Joshua Lockwood; convicted of
assault and robbery with violence, at Manchester, in
Lancashire, on the 10th March, 1865, and sentenced
to 12 years' penal servitude; issued at Fremantle
Police Court, on the I9th inst.
P R I S O N E R S
Condition.
Eeg. No.
Free
Female
Free
Exp.
Do.
Do.
7638
4408
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10017 i
7638
Do.
Do.
Do.
4190
6156
6439
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Female
Do.
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Do.
Perth
McCarthy, D e n i s . .
469
7611
29391
10039 j
4248
Female
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Saturday,
17th
November,
1877,
Perth
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Alder, Thomas
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Brown, William ..
Brown, Charles ..
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1 month
10 days
1 month
4 months
6 months
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Do.
Do.
Do.
12th Nov., fine
paid
13 t h Nov.
Do.
Do.
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Do.
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Brown, William
D r u n k and incapable 29
9s. or 7 days
Do.
D r u n k and creating a disturbance
D r u n k and disorderly
D r u n k being prohibited
Larceny
Do
On premises for unlawful purpose, a n d obscene l a n g u a g e
D r u n k , exposing his person,
obscene l a n g u a g e , d r u n k a n d
committing nuisance
1 month
21 days
Do
4 months
Do
3 m o n t h s , a n d 40s.
or 1 m o n t h
5s. or 3 days, .£1 or 7
days, IDs. or 7 days.
IOs. or 7 days, a n d
£2 or 14 days
21 days
Do.
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Fremantle
Perth
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15th Nov.
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H a r d i n g , Jesse
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Thornton, Eliza ..
Shea, Patrick
Bentley, T h o m a s . .
Scully, Margaret ...
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Dogherty, J o h n
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6006
Eouth, John
392
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Date of (Hachanje,
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Larceny
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From Geraldton
Lamb, Eobert
Hope, David
5s. or 3 days, £1 or
14 days, a n d £1 or
14 days
Committed for t r i a l
...
...
Newcastle
17th
York
Do.
Judge's
order
Gaol, during the week ending Saturday,
10th November,
1877.
D r u n k in a public place
14 days' h.l.
I Geraldton
Supplying a native with liquor..
1 m o n t h h.L,
Do.
By A u t h o r i t y : RiCHAttD P £ T H E E , Government P:riater, P e r t h .
do.
6th November
10th
do.
[ Published by Authority. ]
This Gazette is published for Police information
are instructed
only, and the Police thro^lgllaut the Colony
to make themselves thoroughly
M.
No. 47.]
acquainted
8. SMITH,
with the contents.
Superintendent
of Police.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28.
Stealing in Dwellings, from the
Person, &c.
On the 7th inst., from William Summers' house,
Chittering Brook,—Meerchaum pipe, two loaves of
bread, and some tea and sugar. John Jones, described as stout, about Sft. Bin high, hair sandy,
turning grey, suspected.—C.L 399.
Lost or stolen from the person of Wilson Hall, in
Perth,—cheque drawn by A. J. Hillman, on the
W. A. Bank, in favor of Wilson Hall, dated 20th
November, 1877. Amount =£9 15s.—C.I. 400.
About three weeks ago from the bar of tbe Pier
Hotel, Fremantle,—2 gold scarf pins, small size, one
with small round green stone in centre, one with an
amethyst in centre.—C.I. 401.
On the 23rd inst., from Joseph Sowden's shop,
St. George's Terrace Perth,—revolver, six chambers,
carved stock painted black, ring in butt end, barrel
and breech painted black, variegated, stamped i on
barrel ,;„ in circle l on breech, ':'' in circle on stock,
the property of Joseph Sowden.—C.L 402.
On the 24th inst., from a grant near the Perth
Causeway,—2 night di-esses, 2 chemises, 2 pairs
white stockings, and 2 coarse towels, the property of
Andrew Sutcliffe. Mary King alias Black Poll,
suspected.—C.I. 403.
On the 12th inst., from Samuel Jones' workshop,
Geraldton,—open face silver English lever watch.
No. 23956, with plain silver guard attached, the property of Thomas Smith. Thomas Casely, t.L, Reg.
No. 9116, was seen to steal this watch. Vide Apprehensions.—C.L 404.
On the 14th inst., from John Glaskin's shop door,
Geraldton,—white cockatoo. This bird was taken
out of his cage.—C.L 405.
[1877.
On the 9th inst., from a bedroom at the Railway
Hotel, Northampton,—silver American lever watch,
double case, small crack on inside of back case, glass
cracked, number not known, the property of Assan
alias John Briars (Malay). John Whitham, esp.,
late 9043, suspected.—C.I. 406.
On the 21st inst., from J. J. Harwood's dwelling
house, Cantonment Street, Fremantle,—gold Albert
chain, cable pattern, bar damaged at both ends.—
C.L 407.
On the 24th inst., from James Brown's dwelling
house, Henry Street, Fremantle,—two flower vases.
A girl about 13 years of age, short, wearing dark
colored dress, white straw hat, with her hair hanging
down her back, was seen coming out of the house
and run away, letting one of the vases fall.—C.L
408.
Miscellaneous.
WILLIAM CORNWALL, free; charged at Williams
Police Court, on the 9th inst., by L.C. McDonald,
with allowing an intoxicated person to remain on his
licensed premises, on the 19th October. Fined £2
and costs.
ABRAHAM KRACKONER, free; charged at Williams
Police Court, on 13th inst., by P.C. T. Hogan, with
offering for sale certain goods at the Beaufort River,
on or about the 19th October, contrary to the 25th
Vic, No. 4, Sec. 2. Fined £5 and costs.
On the 1st inst., a fire broke out at Captain
Fawcett's farm, Mookine, destroying the dwelling
house and contents. Toby and Alick, ab. natives,
are suspected of setting fire to this place; these
natives are described in Police Gazette, 1877, page 136.
Reported by Mr. Mason, civil engineer, Northampton, that several stones were placed on the
railway line, close to the landing, about 17 miles
from Geraldton, on the 12th or 13th inst., with a
view to throwing the locomotive off the rails.
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"Warrants Issued.
MUNDEGORRA alias PADDY, slight, 24 years of age,
5ft. lOin. high, black hair, black complexion; is
charged on warrant issued at Cossack, on the 19th
October, with deserting the service of his employer.
Vide Apprehensions.
WILLIAM DAVIS, exp., late 9426. Description—
slight, about 40 years of age, Sft. 7in. high, grey
hair, long visage, dark complexion; is charged on
warrant issued at the Williams, on the 15th inst.,
with obtaining money under false pretences from
William Lukin, on the ISth August. Vide Apprehensions.
JOSEPH JENKINS, master barque " Trinculo;" is
charged on warrant issued at Fremantle, on the
20th inst., with steahng from certain wrecks at the
Lacepede Islands, on or about the 1st March, 1877,
a quantity of copper sheathing, value .£180, the
property of Messrs. Bateman, Owston, and Co.
Vide Apprehensions.
THOMAS DOURS, ab. native, stout, 35 years of age,
Sft. Sin. high, black hair, ronnd visage, black
complexion ; is charged on warrant issued at Busselton, on the 21st inst., with neglecting his work and
disobeying his employer.
JACKET, ab. native, middling stout, 22 years of
age, about Sft. 8in. high, black hair, long visage ; is
charged on warrant issued at Pinjarrah, on 20th
inst., with deserting the service of Captain Fawcett.
ab. native, stout, 18 years of age, Sft. Sin.
high, black hair, round visage, black complexion ; is
charged on warrant issued at Pinjarrah, on the 20th
inst., with deserting the service of Captain Fawcett.
BLUET,
WONDANO B I L L T , ab. native, middling stout,
about Sft. 9in. high, dark hair, thin visage, black
complexion; BROWN alias N U T I E , ab. native, stout,
about Sft. Sin. high, dark hair, oval visage; and
MuDHUNOA alias JUAN, ab. native, slight, 38 years
of age, Sft. 9 or lOin. high, dark hair, long visage ;
are charged on warrant issued at Geraldton, on the
14th inst., with stealing from Michael Hamilton's
hut, at Beden,—one double barrel gun, powder and
shot, a quantity of clothing, tea and sugar, and a
.£1 bank note, the property of Michael Hamilton.
MARGARET or MART JENNINGS is charged on
warrant issued at Geraldton, on the 22nd inst., with
disobeying a magisterial summons, for being drunk
at Geraldton, on l l t h inst. Vide Apprehensions.
exp., late 6742. Descriptionstout, 52 years of age, Sft. 7in. high, light brown
hair, light blue eyes, round visage, fresh complexion,
scar back of neck; is charged on warrant issued at
Northam, on the 21st inst., with stealing two pahs
of trowsers from the store of George Throssell.
WILLIAM SQUIRE,
WILLIAM O'SKELLY, free. Description—slight, 13
years of age, 4ft. 8 or 9in. high, brown hair, hazel
eyes, long visage, fair complexion, cast in eye; is
charged on warrant issued at Fremantle, on the 24th
inst., with deserting the schooner " Nautilus," on the
10th October. This boy is supposed to have gone to
his brother, at Waterhatch, near Beverley.
VOLTAIRE, free, slight,
FRANK LAY alias
27 years of age,, '\5&,{}8^m. high, black hair, brown
eyes, long visagi A pale complexion; ventriloquist; is
issued at Perth, on 26th inst.,
charged on wa)
for that Roscd^ fafrei(i^Bachelder hath good cause of
action agai]&<i-''tb^
aeaiiftii- the said Frank Lay alias Ernest
| o ^ n amp«nt not less than ,£5, and there
bl^ grotinqs to believe that he is about to
Colony. 1?his warrant is uot to be put in
jrcejMlnless the polite are satisfied that he is about
_ save the Colony before the action against him is
settled (and only in a seaport).
Apprehensions.
GiLi'READ RHODES, exp., late 7527; charged at
Fremantle Police Court, on the 20th inst., with
stealing 1 sack, value Is., the property of John J.
McKenna. Committed for trial.
THOMAS REDSHAW, t.l., Reg. No. 7830, at Albany,
on 13th inst., by Sergt. Furlong; charged with beino'
absent from his reported place of abode, on the night
of 12th inst. Sentenced to 1 month hard labor.
W I L L I A M M E A D , t.l., Reg. No. 8947, at Newcastle,
on the 23rd inst., by P.C. Savage; charged with
being out after 10 p.m., on the 21st inst. Sentenced,
same date, to 7 days' imprisonment.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 183.
H E N R T GUEST, exp., late 4712; charged at Fremantle, on the 24th inst., and committed for trial.
THOMAS SMITH, exp., late 7541, at Perth, on the
23rd inst., by P.C. H. Cable; charged with loitering
about Mount street, near the native Mission, for some
unlawful purpose. Sentenced on 24th inst., to 3
months' hard labor as a R and V.
MART K E L L T , married; was charged at Geraldton
Police Court, on the ISth inst., by P.C. Truslove,
with assaulting him while in the execution of his
duty at Northampton, on the I2th Oct. Fined £2,
or in default 2 weeks' imprisonment.
JOHN ROBINSON, exp., late 110, at Geraldton, on
the 14th inst., by P.C. Dunn; charged with loitering
about and having no visible means of support. Sentenced, same date, to one month h.l., as a R. and V.
C. H. BLONDIN, td., Reg. No. 8221, at Geraldton,
on the 14th inst., by P.C. W a l l ; charged with
assaultmg John Thomas. Discharged on the 19th
inst., prosecutor not appearing.
Vide PoUce Gazette 1877, p a g e s 183, 188, a n d C.L 389.
JOHN THOMPSON, exp., late 8145; charged
at
Geraldton Police Court, on the 19th inst., and
remanded.
Vide W a r r a n t s
Issued.
MAR05ARET or MARY JENNINGS, at Geraldton, on
,22nd mst by P.C. Claffey. Sentenced, on 23rd
mst., to a fine of IOs. and costs.
193
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 182.
alias SULLIVAN, exp., at Northam, on
the 26th inst., by P.C. Lawrence.
JOHN RYAN
Vide W a r r a n t s Issued.
exp., late 9426, at Perth, on
24th inst., by L.C. Cunnigham. Remanded to
Williams for trial.
GILFEEAD RHODES, exp., late 7527; charged at
Fremantle, on the 20th inst., by P.C. McKenna, with
having in his possession one tweed vest, and uot
giving a satisfactory account of the same. Sentenced
to 6 months' h.L, cumulative, on former sentence.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 189.
WILLIAM DAVIS,
^ / J o s E MARIE, Malay, at Fremantle, by Sub-Inspector Mills, and W.P.C. Maxted, on 22nd inst.;
charged with cutting and wounding Lam Martine,
(Malay,) on board the Schooner "Myra."
Remanded.
JAMES MILLER, exp., late 6102, at Fremantle, on
24th inst., by L.C. MoKay; charged with being on
the premises of T. W. Oakley, for some unlawful
purpose, on the night of the 24th inst. Sentenced,
on 26th inst., to one month imprisonment.
Property Found.
Vide Police Gazette, 1876, page 143.
exp., late 10043, at Geraldton,
on the 22nd inst., by P.C. Dunn; charged with
being a loose idle and disorderly person having no
_visible means of support. Sentenced on 23rd inst.,
to 14 days' h.L, as a rogue and vagabond.
DANIEL ROBINSON,
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 185,
GEORGE GEIFFIN, exp., late 6062, at Geraldton, on
the 14th inst., by W.P.C. Green; discharged on the
22nd inst., the complainant notifying that his claim
was paid.
The IOs. cheque, therein described, claimed by
and handed to finder;
On the 17th inst., in Busselton,—cheque drawn
on the W. A. Bank, dated Sth October, 1877, in
favor of 648, John McAlinder, or Bearer; amount
£ 1 3s., signed Thomas Adlam, Acct., Thomas Weir,
Agent. Now at Vasse Police Station.
On the 21st inst., in Hay Street, Perth,—pawn
ticket of watch and albert. Now at Detective Office.
On the 22nd inst., in Murray Street, Perth,—two
clock keys. Now at Detective Ofiice.
Vide C.I. 404 of 1877.
t.l., Reg. No. 9116, at Geraldton, on 12th inst., by P.C. Claffey. Sentenced on
20th inst., to 6 months' h.l. Property not recovered.
THOMAS CASELET,
JOSEPH SMITH, t.L, Reg. No. 9004, at Geraldton,
s on the I7th inst., by P.C. Dunn; charged with
^ being out of his lodgings after 10 p.m., the night of
the 16th inst. Sentenced to 14 days' h i .
On the 23rd inst., in Hay Street, Perth,- -door
key. Now at Detective Ofiice.
Vide PoUce Gazette, 1877, page 189.
The gold watch guard, found near Brooke's farm,
Northampton, claimed by and handed to owner.
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Property Lost.
Vide Folice Gazette, 1877, page 189.
Vide W a i T a n t s Issued.
MUNDEGORRA alias PADDT, ab. nat., at Roebourne,
on the 22nd October, by S.P.C. Clarkson. Cautioned
and discharged.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 72.
COORAYA, ab. nat., at Cossack, on 24th October,
by P.C. Gorman.
The kangaroo dog, therein described, found in
in Perth, and restored to the owner.
Horses and Cattle.
Sold at York, on the 19th inst, by order of the
Resident Magistrate,—Black filly, about 3 years old,
about 14 hands high; few white hairs on forehead,
unbranded.
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Vide Police Gazette, 1877, page 190.
Vide W a r r a n t s Issued.
JOSEPH JENKINS, master barque " Trinculo," at
\ Bunbury, on 21st inst., by Divisional Sergeant
Wisbey. Remanded; admitted to bail, self in £50,
and one surety in £50.
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Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 183.
YENNERAT, ab. nat., discharged at the Williams
Police Court, on the 13th inst.
Vide Police Gazette, 1877, p a g e 174.
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exp., late 6673; charged at
Kojonup PoUce Court, on the 6th inst., and dismissed.
PETER
The bay mare and harness found near North
Beach, claimed by John Stott, and handed over to
him.
Stolen on the 13th September, from the 12S-mile
Albany Road,—Black gelding, about 15 hands high,
branded g'j, near shoulder, the property of Thomas
Horton, Mail Contractor.
Sold at Northam, on the 17th inst., by order of
the Resident Magistrate,—Black mare, 14^ hands
high, 2 hind feet white, 3 years old, no brand or
mark visible.
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MCEVOY,
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Jii'PY, ab. nat., at Pinjarrah (without warrant), on
19th inst., by L.C. Urquhart; charged with spearing
Sarah, ab. nat. woman, on the 18th inst. Sentenced,
on the 20th inst., to one month h.l.
Cruelty to Animals.
W I L L I A M BUDGE, exp., late Imp. No. 590, late
Col. No. 9954; charged at Perth Police Court on the
19th inst., by P.P.C. Newell, with cruelly treating a
horse, by working it while in an unfit state. Fined
lOa.
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P R I S O N E R S
D I S C H A R G ^ E D .
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Condition.
Beg. No.
Where
Committed,
Name,
V
From Perth Gaol, week ending Saturday, 24th November, 1877.
1343
3995
Higgins, James ...
Gould, Thomas ...
Free
"N Erp.
Do.
8661
9104
Gregg, Willianl ...
McDivott, John ...
Byron, Thomas ...
Do.
Do.
Do.
^- Do.
4067
4610
3306
4450 }
McDonald, Michael
Bracken, Andrew...
Osborne, Joseph ...
Wolfenden, Wm....
Erp.
Do.
Do.
^
Date of discharge.
100.57 )
Brown, W.
9097
Do.
Free
9426
Erp.
8104
Do.
Do.
Do.
10166
2492
Larceny
Loitering about pubhc houses
(prohibited) and vagrancy
Drimk and incapable (2 offences)
Illegal possession...
Obscene and threatening language
Drunk and incapable (2 offences)
Assault
Vagrancy (repeated offence) ...
Eefusing to give his name and
address to pohce
Vagrancy
alias
Bowen, H.
Davis, William
KeUy, Patrick
Absconding from service
Drunk and incapable
2 months
7 days and 3 months
Perth ...
Newcastle
19th Nov.
Do.
5s. or 7 days & 7 days Perth ...
Basselton
1 month
Fremantle
403. or 1 month
21st do.
22nd do.
Do.
14 days, 5s. or 10 days Perth
Guildford
1 month
York
3 months
Fremantle
203. or 14 days
23rd do.
Do.
24th do.
Do.
3 months
Perth
1 month
21 days
Do.
Do.
...
From Geraldton Gaol, during the week ending Saturday, 17th November,
1877.
days' h.l
Drunk and incapable
7 days'h.l
Geraldton
Kedwood, Henry .
months' h.L
Stealing a case of claret
6 months'h.L
... Do.
Brown, Samuel .
month h.L...
Creating a disturbance ...
... 1 month
h.L...
... Do.
Dogherty, Eobert
Do.
Eooney, John
Absconding from service, drunk 1 month h.l. and
days' h.l.
at Dongarra
Do.
Do.
Do.
13th
loth
16th
17th
Nov.
do.
do.
do.
-A^BSCOISTDERS
Gazette
No.
<v
ConBeg. No. dition.
Name.
Date of escape.
District from.
Kington, Henry
4620
P.P.
10th Oct., 1868
Perth
Goodland, WUliam
8269
do.
16th Dec, 1870
Fremantle ...
5
Baker, Jamea ...
9068
do.
lUhJuly, 1871
Northam
6
Bradbury, Henry
5979
do.
3rd April, 1872
Fremantle ...
8
Kearns, John or Jas..
9
Parkenson, Henry
lo
.
10097
K.C.P. 10th Aug., 1873
Perth
8674
P.P.
Sth March, 1874
Fremantle ...
Eogers, Augustoe
9860
CK.
8th Jan., 1875
Albany
29
Foster, James ...
8263
T.L.
Sth Oct., 1876
York
49
Cunningham, John .
7380
T.L.
21st March, 1867
Guildford
50
Oakley, Israel...
6689
do.
9th June, 1865
Geraldton ...
51
Pickett, Geo
5763
do.
5th July, 1863
Yasse
6434
do.
8th D e c , 1863
7555
do.
17th July, 1868
6141
do.
24th Feb., 1870
7676
do.
9th June, 1877
52
53
54
56
Shepherd, James
Sutherland, Langley.
Smith, Geo
Devereux, Patrick .
Guildford
...
...
Fremantle ...
Do
Champion Bay
60
Cooper alias Jimmy .
Ab. nat. 4th July, 1877
Eoebourne ...
61
Etarro alias Bob Laing
Ab. nat. 4th July, 1877
Eoebourne ...
62
Momarbiddy
Paddy
Ab. nat. 17th Ajjiil, 1877
Roebourne ...
65
Thomas Taylor
alias
)
j
10208 Col. Con l l t h October, 1877,
Perth
Description and remarks.
Middling stout, age 46 years, Sft. 9in. high, sandy hair, dark
blown eyes, long visage, fresh complexion, HK on each arm;
farm laborer.
Stout, broad shoulders, 35 years of age, Sft. 7Jin. high, dark
brown hair, bald, light hazel eyes, long visage, fair complexion,
anchor and J right arm, sailor and mermaid left arm, has a spot
size of half a crown on left side of head void ot hair, walks vrith
a quick short step, turns right foot outward ; supposed to have
gone to South Australia with Bernard Siein.
Slight, ag-e 70 years, Sft. 3^in. high, grey hair, grey eyes, round
visage, dark complexion.
Stout, age 36 years, Sft, 5Jin. high, light brown hair, light hazel
eyes, long visage, fiesh complexion.
Stout, 40 years of age, Sft. 4in. high, brown hair, oval visage,
dark complexion, bayonet .stab in neck, D left side, bullet mark
on right leg, willow left arm, J right arm.
Middling stout, 37 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, brown hair, grey
eyes, oval visage, fresh complexion, dot and H on left arm.
Stout, 43 years of age, Sft. 2in. high, Ught hair, light eyes, oval
visage, light complexion, soldier, woman, and anchor on arm,
escaped in whaler " Phcenix."
Stout, age 33 years, Sft. 5^in. high, brown hair, hazel eyes, oval
visage, sallow complexion, fiags, D 18, 1863 right arm, anchor,
dart, heart, crown and bracelets left arm.
Slight, 45 years of age, Sft. 4;jin. high, dark brown hair, hazel
eyes, full visage, suHovr completion, burn marks right arm, has
an impediment in his speech, pockpitted.
Middling stout, 37 years of age, Sit. 5in. high, dark blown hair,
grey eyes, long visage, sallow complexion, no maiks.
Stout, 53 years ot age, Sft. 3?in. high, light brown hair, grey
ej-es, oval visage, sallow compiexiou, freckled.
Slim, 35 years of age, Sft. 7jin. high, light brown hair, grey
eyes, long visage, sallow complexion, freekled on face, hands,
and arms
Stout, 40 years of age, Sft. 7|in. high, dark brown hair, dark
hazel eyes, oval visage, sallow complexion, sailor, female, and 3
flags left arm.
Stout, 45 years of age. Sft. 3fin. high, dark brown hair, blue eyes,
full visage, dark complexion, star on right hand, ship on left
arm, crown and flag onrighta r m .
Middling stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, black hair, with
a few grey hairs intermixed, dark grey eyes, oval vis.ige, sallow
complexion, crown, coat of arms, shot, &c., right arm ; mariner.
Supposed left in schooner " Subahana " for Singapore.
Middling stout, 35 years of age, 5ft. Oin. high, black hair, brown
eyes, round visage, dark complexion.
Middling stout, 36 years of age, Sft. Din. high, black hair, black
eyes, long visage, black complexion.
Stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 9in. high, black hair, dark eyes, oval
visage, black complexion, burn marks on back of right shoulder :
shepherd.
Middling stout, 35 years of age, Sft. 6Jin. high, dark brown hair,
d rlc grey eyes, round visage, fresh complexion, scar on left
•wrist.
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