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1912, John Ledwidge - Unfit For Publication
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The Daily Telegraph, Sat 10 Feb 1912 1

LAW NOTICES.
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Monday, February 12.

SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    John Ledwidge, indecent assault; Arthur Tyley, shooting at with intent; Richard Holly and May Watson, breaking and entering and stealing. (Before Judge Murray.) At the Court-house, Darlinghurst. At 9.30 am: Appeal of John Whittaker against a conviction for assault.

    The following appeals against magistrate’s orders and convictions will be heard before Judge Edmunds, in No. 2 Court, Darlinghurst, this day; William Atkin, assault; Martin Costello, stealing; Cornelius J Doherty, assault; William Donovan, breach of city by-laws; Alexander Fulton, assault.

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The Daily Telegraph, Tue 13 Feb 1912 2

QUARTER SESSIONS.
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(Before Judge Murray and juries.)

    Mr Herbert Harris prosecuted for the Crown.

ACQUITTED.

    John Ledwidge, a young man, [27], was acquitted on a charge of indecent assault. Mr Fanker appeared for accused.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 13 Feb 1912 3

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Murray and juries.)

    Mr H Harris prosecuted for the Crown.

ACQUITTED.

    John Ledwidge, a young man, was indicted on a charge of [indecently] assaulting a youth, [William Harold McLelland]. The jury, after a brief deliberation, brought in a verdict of acquittal, and Ledwidge was discharged.

 


1     The Daily Telegraph, Sat 10 Feb 1912, p. 21. Emphasis added.

2     The Daily Telegraph, Tue 13 Feb 1912, p. 6.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 13 Feb 1912, p. 6.