The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 3 Jul 1931 1
Friday, July 3.
No. 1 Court.—Claude Francis Reidy, stealing; Oscar Sandin, serious offence; Francis Thomas, break, enter, and steal (for plea only); Ralph Augustus Watling, wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm (for plea only); Nicholas Nomico, assault, occasioning actual bodily harm, and break, enter, and steal (for sentence).
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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 4 Jul 1931 2
(Before Judge Armstrong.)
Mr TS Crawford, Crown Prosecutor.
Oscar Sandin, 57, a builder’s labourer, was charged with a serious offence, [buggery with George Allison Thompson].
The jury found Sandin not guilty and he was discharged.
1 The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 3 Jul 1931, p. 6. Emphasis added.
2 The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 4 Jul 1931, p. 10.