New South Wales Police Gazette 1928
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (951 pages)
Year: (1928) 2009
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia
If you had family living in New South Wales in 1928, have you thought of looking at the Police Gazettes for information? These are a historian's goldmine of information. Compiled to be distributed amongst the Police Force only, these Gazettes contain information that can not be found anywhere else. Far from just listing those who were in the Police Force, or those that were on the 'wrong side' of the law - you will also find entries of missing persons, or they might be a witness to crime, or they may have had something stolen from them, or they may even have found an item, and reported it to the Police.
Of course you also get weekly information on housebreaking, robberies, arson, murders, lost horses and cattle, as well as stolen watches, jewellery and cars, deserters from family or service, arrests, warrants issued, escaped prisoners and reports on those released ... as well as prohibited immigrants, inquests, missing friends and some information from interstate police gazettes. This CD contains images of all 52 issues New South Wales Police Gazette for 1928.
A truly amazing resource, for all with and interest to New South Wales.
Deserting Wives and Families, Service, &c.
Annandale - A warrant has been issued by the Children's Court Bench for the arrest of ANDREW ALFRED MARTIN, charged with disobeying a magisterial order for the support of his wife and children (£21 and 8s. costs due). He is 36 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, thin build, sallow complexion, black curly hair, brown eyes, good natural teeth; usually dressed in a navy-blue suit, tan shows, and a grey hat or cap; a baker; a native of Scotland.
Torrowangee - A vacany exists at Torrowangee for the position of Officer-in-Charge, Constable 1st Class or Constable (Mounted).
Applications from police who desire to be considered for the position may be sumbitted through the Superintendent, who will furnish the usual particulars. There is no troop horse at Torrowangee; applicants will therefore require to use their private motor cycle or motor car for patrol work. An undertaking to this effect much be clearly set out in applications. Applications to reach this office not later than 5th January, 1929.
vide Police Gazette, 1929, page 761
Pooncarie (Office-in-Charge, Constable 1st Class, Mounted) - By the transfer and promotion of Constable Arthur McAvoy, No. 975, from Trunkey.
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.
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