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1874, Thomas Kennedy - Unfit For Publication
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The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 27 Apr 1874 1

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.
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AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.
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BATHURST.

Saturday.

    The cricket match to-day between eleven officers of HMS Dido and Challenger versus eleven Bathurst resulted as follows:—Officers, first innings, 37; second, 83; Bathurst, first, 95; second, 26 for seven wickets, the latter winning with three wickets. The officers were entertained at a ball last night, at which the Governor and suite were present.

    The Circuit Court should have opened this morning, but Judge Faucett was delayed at Mudgee by the length of the calendar, and only arrived at six. The Court was formally opened and adjourned to Monday. Mr Innes, Mr Dalley, Mr Buchanan, and Mr Williams are here.

    Large numbers of tickets are being taken for the luncheon in connection with laying the foundation-stone of the addition to the English Cathedral.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 28 Apr 1874 2

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.
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BATHURST.

Monday.

AT the Circuit Court to-day, before his Honor Mr Justice Faucett, the Attorney-General prosecuted for the Crown. Thomas Kennedy, arraigned for an unnatural crime, [bestiality with a mare], at Green Valley, was acquitted. Henry Ringsland, arraigned for having inflicted grievous bodily harm, was acquitted.

    At the Police Court to-day, the case of Edward Jones, for riot at the Raglan station, was heard, and Jones was discharged. He was afterwards brought up for assaulting the constable, and was acquitted. A further charge of using obscene language was withdrawn.

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The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, Thu 30 Apr 1874 3

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.
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(From the “Herald’s” Associated Press Telegrams, and from
other Sydney papers.)
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BATHURST.

Monday.

    [Herald]—At the Circuit Court, to-day, before his Honor Mr Justice Faucett, the Attorney-General prosecuted for the Crown. Thomas Kennedy, arraigned for an unnatural crime at Green Valley, was acquitted. Henry Rings land, arraigned for having inflicted grievous bodily harm, was acquitted.

    At the police court, to-day, the case of Edward Jones, for riot at the Raglan station, was heard, and Jones was discharged. He was afterwards brought up for assaulting the constable, and was acquitted. A further charge of using obscene language was withdrawn.

 


1  The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 27 Apr 1874, p. 5. 

2  The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 28 Apr 1874, p. 5. Emphasis added.

3  The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, Thu 30 Apr 1874, p. 2. Emphasis added.