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1876, John King - Unfit For Publication
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Evening News, Wed 14 Jun 1876 1

POLICE COURTS.
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THIS DAY
CENTRAL POLICE COURT.
(Before Messrs Renwick and Gorus.)


    John King, a groom, was committed for trial on a charge of indecent assault upon a boy.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 14 Jun 1876 2

CENTRAL POLICE COURT.
TUESDAY.

    BEFORE Messrs Day, Woods, and Evans.

    John King was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions on the charge of having indecently assaulted Albert Magnus, a boy of twelve. Bail allowed in £50, with two sureties in £25 each.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 1 Aug 1876 3

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions was opened yesterday morning, Mr District Court Judge Dowling presiding. Mr WJ Foster prosecuted for the Crown.

    The jury list was called over, and John George Cousins, commission agent, Marrickville, was fined 40s. For non-attendance.

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Evening News, Wed 2 Aug 1876 4

QUARTER SESSIONS.
———•———
THIS DAY.
(Before Mr District-Court Judge Dowling.)

    Mr WJ Foster prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

    There were similar results [acquittal] in the case of John King, charged with indecent assault;

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 2 Aug 1876 5

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS.
TUESDAY.

BEFORE Mr District Court Judge Dowling.
    Mr WJ Foster prosecuted for the Crown.

INDECENT ASSAULT.

    John King was charged with indecently assaulting a lad about 13 years of age named Albert Magnus.  The jury after hearing the evidence acquitted the prisoner.

 


1  Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Wed 14 Jun 1876, p. 3.

2  The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 14 Jun 1876, p. 8.

3  The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 1 Aug 1876, p. 7.

4  Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Wed 2 Aug 1876, p. 3.

5  The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 2 Aug 1876, p. 7.