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1891, James Thomas Norman - Unfit For Publication
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Evening News, Mon 5 Oct 1891 1

POLICE.
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NEWTOWN.


    James Thomas Norman, 18, dealer, was remanded till Friday on an abominable charge.

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The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Sat 10 Oct 1891 2

TO-DAY’S TELEGRAMS.
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Sydney, Saturday.

(From Our Own Correspondent.)

A YOUNG MAN COMMITTED.

    At Newtown yesterday James Norman, aged 18 years, was committed for trial on an alleged charge of committing a criminal offence at Ashfield.

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The Daily Telegraph, Wed 14 Oct 1891 3

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13.
(Before Mr Justice Manning.)

    Mr Coffey prosecuted for the Crown.

DISCHARGED.

    James Thomas Norman pleaded not guilty to a serious charge [bestiality ] and was undefended. The jury found the prisoner not guilty and he was discharged.

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Evening News, Wed 14 Oct 1891 4

YESTERDAY’S BREVITIES.
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    A lad named James Norman was acquitted at the Central Criminal Court to-day on a charge of having at Ashfield, on October 2, committed an abominable offence.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 14 Oct 1891 5

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.
TUESDAY.
(Before his Honor Mr Justice Manning.)

    Mr WH Coffey prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

ALLEGED UNLAWFUL OFFENCE.

    James Thomas Norman, a lad about 15, was charged with having committed an unlawful offence at Ashfield on the 2nd October last. The jury returned a verdict of “not guilty,” and the prisoner was acquitted.

 


1     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Mon 5 Oct 1891, p. 3.

2     The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Sat 10 Oct 1891, p. 3.

3     The Daily Telegraph, Wed 14 Oct 1891, p. 3.

4     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Wed 14 Oct 1891, p. 6.

5     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 14 Oct 1891, p. 7.