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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 27 Nov 1897 1

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.
(Before Mr Justice Stephen and juries of 12.)

    Mr Pollock was the Crown prosecutor.

CASES FOR MONDAY.

    Thomas Swayne, John Harris, and William Bell, stealing from the person; Henry Talbot Wall, attempted unnatural offence; same, indecent assault; Herbert Livingstone, forgery.

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The Daily Telegraph, Tue 14 Dec 1897 2

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
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CASES FOR TO-DAY.

    James Henry Bradley, embezzlement; Henry Talbot Wall, assault; Augusta Patterson, stealing.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 14 Dec 1897 3

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Fitzhardinge and a jury of 12.)

    Mr WL Merewether was the Crown Prosecutor.

CASES FOR TUESDAY.

    James Henry Bradley, embezzlement; Henry Talbot Wall, assault; Augusta Patterson, stealing.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 15 Dec 1897 4

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

At Darlinghurst—(Before Judge Fitzhardinge and a jury of 12.)
 

    Mr WL Merewether was the Crown Prosecutor.

REMANDED.

    Henry Talbot Wall, charged with [indecent] assault, [on Clyde Walters and Charles Jackson ] was remanded to the next sittings of the Court.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 10 Feb 1898 5

LAW NOTICES.

SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10.

    Thomas Simpson, larceny; Henry Talbot Watt [sic], offence against law; Henry Talbot Watt [sic], assault; Frank Glynn and John McLean, housebreaking (2 charges); Frank Glynn and John McLean, assault; Vity Johnson, burglary.

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The Daily Telegraph, Fri 11 Feb 1898 6

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
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(Before judge Backhouse.)
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A SERIOUS CHARGE.

    Harry Talbot Wall, a young man, was charged with an act of gross indecency. After the Crown case closed, Mr Gannon (instructed by Mr Taylor), appeared for the accused, submitted that there was no case to go to the jury, and, the point being upheld, the case was withdrawn.

CASES FOR TO-DAY.

    Joseph Clifford and Walter Kay, larceny, etc; Frank Glynn and John McLean, housebreaking (two charges); John McLean, assault; Henry Talbot Wall, assault.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 11 Feb 1898 7

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before his Honor Judge Backhouse.)

    Mr GML Innes was the Crown Prosecutor.

WITHDRAWN FROM THE JURY.

    Harry [aka Henry] Talbot Wall was arraigned on a charge of having on October 21 [1897] at St Peters assaulted a boy named Clyde Walters. Mr JC Gannon, instructed by Mr WJ Taylor, who appeared for the accused, submitted that there had been no corroboration on oath as required by law, and asked his Honor to withdraw the case from the jury. In accordance with his Honor’s direction the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.

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Evening News, Sat 12 Mar 1898 8

BREVITIES.
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    At the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions yesterday a young man named Henry Talbot Wall was acquitted on a charge of having committed an act of indecence at St Peters in October last.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 12 Mar 1898 9

METROPOLITAN QUARTER
SESSIONS.
(Before his Honor Judge Docker.)

    Mr GML Innes was Crown prosecutor.

ACQUITTED.

    Henry Talbot Wall pleaded not guilty to a serious charge of assault, and was defended by Mr JC Gannon, instructed by Mr WJ Taylor. The accused was acquitted.

 


1     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 27 Nov 1897, p. 7. Emphasis added.

2     The Daily Telegraph, Tue 14 Dec 1897, p. 3. Emphasis added.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 14 Dec 1897, p. 4. Emphasis added.

4     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 15 Dec 1897, p. 7.

5     The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 10 Feb 1898, p. 3. Emphasis added.

6     The Daily Telegraph, Fri 11 Feb 1898, p. 3. Emphasis added.

7     The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 11 Feb 1898, p. 3.

8     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Sat 12 Mar 1898, p. 4.

9     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 12 Mar 1898, p. 7.