New South Wales Police Gazette 1922

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (808 pages)
Year: (1922) 2008
ISBN: 9781742221441
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia

Police Gazettes are a unique, useful and extremely fascinating resource for local, family and social historians as well as researchers in other fields throughout Australia. Compiled to be distributed amongst the police force only, these Gazettes therefore contain details and information that can not be found anywhere else.

A goldmine of information for any historian, the Police Gazettes contain a wide range of information such as lists of warrants issued, details of those arrested and discharged (which include physical descriptions of the offender), escaped prisoners (also with descriptions), details of those deserting their wives and families, as well as deserters from service, and missing friends. You will also find details on murders, robberies, arson, rape, sacrilege and more. Notices from Police Gazettes from other states are also often included.


Notice - £200 Reward
Whereas about 9.6 p.m. on the 17th September, 1922, a "Hudson" motor car, No. 42889, the property of Mr. Lance Giddings, which was stolen from outside his residence at Alexander Flats, Bayswater-road, Darlinghurst about 7 p.m. that night, collided with a number of people at a tram stop at Crystal-street and Parramatta-road, Petersham, resulting in the death of Robert Thom, Jeannie Thom, and Joseph Wener, and seriously injuring several others. Notice is hereby given that a reward of Two Hundred Pounds £200) will be paid by Government for such information as shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the guilty person or persons. In addition to the above reward His Excellency the Governor will be advised to extend a free pardon to any accomplice, not being the person who actually inflicted the said injuries, and thereby caused death, who shall first give such required information. This reward to remain in force for three months only.
Charles W. Oakes.

First Offenders Discharged Under Crimes Act of 1900
The following offenders have been released under the provision of the above Act, and unless otherwise specified, are to be of good behaviour for twelve months:
Norman Dunn (16), Sydney Quarter Sessions, 17th November, 1922; break, enter, and steal; twelve months' hard labour (vide Police Gazette, 1922, page 653)
Herbert Austin Brown (24), Parramatta Quarter Sessions, 5th December, 1922; larceny; twelve months' hard larbou (vide Police Gazette, 1922, page 613)
Samuel Milton Lomax (34) Parramatta Quarter Sessions, 5th December, 1922; cattle stealing; four months' hard labour (vide Police Gazette, 1922, page 640)
George John Thomas Daley Jackson (32), Parramatta Quarter Sessions, 5th December, 1922; larceny; fifteen months' hard labour. To be of good behaviour for fifteen months (vide Police Gazette, 1922, page 613)
James Gladstone Butcher (25) Central Police COurt, 12th December, 1922; embezzle ship's stores; twelve weeks' hard labour.

The Police Gazettes make fascinating reading and learning about the social history of the time, even if you don't have family there.

High quality scanned images of the whole years worth of issues. This CD has been bookmarked for easy navigation, and pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.

Any computer using Adobe (Acrobat) Reader 4 or later
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Click here to download a file of sample pages from this book. Right click on the link and select "save as" - to a location on your hard drive. The sampler can be opened, navigated and searched as with the full CD file/s. Sample files usually contain the title page, contents, some introductory pages and sample pages from the body of the book. Often the complete index from the original book is included.

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