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Michael Cazacos, 1927
Below also see: Michael Cazacos, 1933 

 

The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 10 Sep 1927 1

LAW NOTICES.
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Monday, September 12.
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QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Ben Heath, by wanton driving do bodily harm; Michael Cazacos, indecency; Anthony Dugan, assault, occasioning actual bodily harm; John Kenny and Arthur Turnbull, break and enter with intent.

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AMUSEMENTS.
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Mr JOSEPH HISLOP’s CONCERT.

    The fourth concert of Mr Joseph Hislop’s season will be given in the Town Hall this evening, when the tenor’s programme will include “Ah! Fuyez” from Massenet’s “Manon,” for which the accompaniment will be played by Signor Sciarretti (piano), and Mr Ernest Truman (organ). Other music will include “Recondita Armonia,” from “Tosca;” “The Spirit Flower” (Tipton), “Five Eyes” (Armstrong Gibbs), “The Willow Tree” (Kahn), and “A Song Remembered” (Coates). Among Miss Leila Doubleday’s solos will be Wieniawski’s Legende, and Signor Sciarretti will play Chopin’s Polonaise in A flat, and other music.

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CRITERION—“OUR WIFE.”

    To-night at the Criterion Miss Margaret Lawrence will appear in the comedy “Our Wife,” a piece adapted from the French. Miss Lawrence will play the role of the high-spirited wife, Cyprienne, and Mr Louis Bennison will appear as the husband.

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HER MAJESTY’s—GILBERT AND SULLIVAN.

    “Ruddigore,” the Gilbert and Sullivan opera, now at Her Majesty’s Theatre, will reach its final performance on Tuesday next, to permit of a revival of other operas during the present season. “The Gondoliers” is announced for Wednesday, commencing at the matinee, and will continue till Friday. On Saturday, September 17, “The Pirates of Penzance” will be produced to be followed by “The Yeoman of the Guard,” “HMS Pinafore,” “Iolanthe,” and “The Mikado.” On October 1 this company will be seen in “The Chocolate Soldier.” A matinee of “Ruddigore” is announced for to-day.

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“OUTWARD BOUND.”

    Sutton Vane’s extraordinary play “Outward Bound” will be produced at the Palace Theatre on Saturday next. This drama, which deals with life on the other side of the grave, has excited great interest wherever it has been produced. The caste will include Mr Peter Gawthorne, who will make his first appearance in Sydney; Miss Zillah Bateman Miss Ellis Irving, Mildred Cottell, Messrs Ellis Irving, BN Lewin, Ronald Ward, Rege Wykeham, and Frederick Forrester. The plans will be opened at Paling’s on Monday.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 12 Sep 1927 2

LAW NOTICES.
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Monday, September 12.
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QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Ben Heath, by wanton driving do bodily harm; Michael Cazacos, indecency; Anthony Dugan, assault, occasioning actual bodily harm; John Kenny and Arthur Turnbull, break and enter with intent.

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TRAFFIC REGULATIONS.
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POLICE COMMISSIONER’S
WARNING.
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    The Commissioner of Police has issued a traffic bulletin warning drivers of all vehicles that special attention was being given by the Public Safety Bureau to drivers who failed to keep their vehicles as near as practicable to the footpath on the left-hand side of all roadways.

    The bulletin stated that many drivers, chiefly the drivers of slow-moving horse-drawn vehicles, made it a practice to occupy the portion of the carriageway intended for us by faster-moving vehicles, and vehicles travelling at a rate faster than six miles an hour were consequently compelled to travel well towards the centre of the roadway in order to pass on the off-side of the slow-moving vehicles. This resulted in congestion and was frequently the cause of accident.

    During the month of August, the bulletin added, 148 drivers had been reported for this offence.

    The bulletin also directed attention to the requirements of motor traffic regulations relating to lights on motor vehicles.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 13 Sep 1927 3

QUARTER SESSIONS.
(Before Judge Cohen.)
Crown Prosecutor, Mr Neil McTague.

ACQUITTED.


    Michael Cazacos, 32, salesman, was charged with assaulting Frederick Alfred David Johnstone, with intent to commit a serious offence, at Sydney, on July 25. He was alternatively charged with indecent assault. Mr ER Abigail appeared for the accused, who was acquitted and discharged.

 


 

Michael Cazacos, 1933

 

 

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners’ Advocate, Fri 3 Feb 1933 4

FOUND DEAD
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Seaman at Nobbys Camp
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    The body of Michael Cazacos, 56, a Greek seaman, was found in a hut at the unemployed camp at Nobbys last night. It is believed that death was due to natural causes, but a post mortem examination will be made to-day.

    Cazacos was last seen alive on Tuesday night. On Wednesday morning another occupant of the camp looked inti the dead man’s hut and saw him lying in pyjamas on the bed, apparently asleep. The same man looked in the hut again last night, and seeing that Cazacos was still in the same position made a closer examination. Cazacos was dead.

    The police were informed, and the body was taken to the morgue. Sergeant Brodie, of headquarters, is making inquiries.

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Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners’ Advocate, Sat 4 Feb 1933 5

FUNERALS.
(Three lines 2/-; per inch 6/-)
SEAMAN'S UNION OF AUSTRALASIA
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    CAZACOS.—Members of the above are invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member, Michael Cazacos, to move from the Newcastle Morgue, Merewether-street, This (Saturday) Afternoon at 2.15 o’clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Sandgate, via Mortuary Station.

J Schofield, Secretary.
J Meighan, Funeral Director.

 


1     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 10 Sep 1927, p. 12. Emphasis added.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 12 Sep 1927, p. 6. Emphasis added.

3     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 13 Sep 1927, p. 8.

4     Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners’ Advocate, (NSW), Fri 3 Feb 1933, p. 8.

5     Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners’ Advocate, (NSW), Sat 4 Feb 1933, p. 9.