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Evening News, Thu 19 May 1892 1

YESTERDAY’S BREVITIES.
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    A middle-aged man named Francis Jolly, described as a draper, was charged at the Water Police Court this morning with having committed an unnatural offence, and was committed for trial.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 19 May 1892 2

POLICE.
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    Mr Cornelius Delohery, SM, presided at the Central Police Court yesterday.

    Captain Fisher, SM, presided in the Charge Division, and Mr Benjamin Lee, SM, in the Small Debts Division of the Water Police Court.

    Francis Jolly, 42, draper, was committed to the Court of Quarter Sessions on a charge of having committed an unnatural offence.

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The Daily Telegraph, Sat 4 Jun 1892 3

QUARTER SESSIONS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 3.
(Before Judge Backhouse.)

    Mr J Armstrong prosecuted for the Crown.

REMANDED FOR SENTENCE.

    Francis Jolly was charged with an unnatural offence, [bestiality ], and pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty and remanded for sentence.

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Evening News, Sat 4 Jun 1892 4

YESTERDAY’S BREVITIES.
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    Francis Jolly was convicted at the quarter sessions, to-day, on a charge of having committed an abominable crime. He was remanded for sentence.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 4 Jun 1892 5

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
FRIDAY.
(Before his Honor Judge BACKHOUSE.)

    Mr John Armstrong prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

UNLAWFUL OFFENCE.

    Francis Jolly was charged with having on the 17th May committed an unlawful offence. The accused was found guilty, and was remanded for sentence.

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The Daily Telegraph, Sat 11 Jun 1892 6

QUARTER SESSIONS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10.
(Before Judge Backhouse.)

    Mr Armstrong prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

SENTENCES.

    The following sentences were passed:—

    Francis Jolly, gross indecency, two years’ imprisonment in Darlinghurst Gaol;

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 11 Jun 1892 7

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
FRIDAY.
(Before his Honor Judge BACKHOUSE.)

    Mr J Armstrong prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

SENTENCES.

    The following prisoners were brought up for sentence:—Francis Jolly, found guilty of an unlawful offence, was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment, with hard labour, in Darlinghurst Gaol;

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Francis Jolly, Gaol photo sheet 8 

SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/6054], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1891-1892, No. 5385, p. 160, R5104.


Gaol Photo Sheet - 
Transcribed Details


No. 5385

Date when Portrait was taken: 19-5-1892

Name: Francis Jolly

Native place: Scotland

Year of birth: 1850

Arrived       Ship: Otago
in Colony }   Year: 1882

Trade or occupation
previous to conviction  } Draper

Religion: Presbyterian

Education, degree of: R&W

Height: 5' 8¼"

Weight     On committal: 140
in lbs     } On discharge:

Colour of hair: Black

Colour of eyes: Brown

Marks or special features: Minus left thumb. Scars on both – eyebrows. Minus both eye teeth.

Where and when tried: Sydney Q.S.
3rd June 1892

Offence: Bestiality

Sentence: 2 years H.L. D’Hurst Gaol

Remarks:

(No. of previous Portrait ... ) 

PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS

Where and When Offence. Sentence

 

 

 

 

Nil 

 

 


1     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Thu 19 May 1892, p. 5.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Thu 19 May 1892, p. 6.

3     The Daily Telegraph, Sat 4 Jun 1892, p. 3.

4     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Sat 4 Jun 1892, p. 6.

5     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 4 Jun 1892, p. 3.

6     The Daily Telegraph, Sat 11 Jun 1892, p. 3.

7     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 11 Jun 1892, p. 13.

8     SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/6054], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1891-1892, No. 5385, p. 160, R5104.