Children's Court Registers, Ballarat East - Theft of Lollies from Property of Elizabeth Dodds

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Children's Court Registers, Ballarat East - Theft of Lollies from Property of Elizabeth Dodds is associated with East Street, Ballarat East, Victoria located at these coordinates -37.5615385, 143.867865


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Theft of Lollies from Property of Elizabeth Dodds, owner of 7 East Street, Ballarat East

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Record Citation: VPRS 3581 / P0, Unit 1
Record URL: http://www.access.prov.vic.gov.au/public/component/daPublicBaseContainer?component=daViewSeries&entityId=3581
Agency: VA 745 - Ballarat East Courts
Agency URL: http://www.access.prov.vic.gov.au/public/component/daPublicBaseContainer?component=daViewAgency&entityId=745
Date: 2nd November 1910
Record Type: Children's Court Registers
Event Type: Theft
Language: en
Copyright URL: http://prov.vic.gov.au/copyright
Related Resource URL: http://wiki.prov.vic.gov.au/index.php/Researching_your_Home_and_Property
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User Tags: theft, ballarat east, ballarat, east street, lollies, children's court




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VPRS 3581 P0 unit 1 Elizabeth.jpg Register of Convictions, Orders, and other Proceedings in the Children's Court at Ballarat East the 11th day of November 1910

Informant or Applicant: Thomas James Montague, constable of Police,

Accused or Defendant, with Age or Apparant Age:

No. 66, James Roy Keirl, 13 years No. 68, Hector Hart, 13 years No. 69, Bertie Walsh, 14 years No. 70, Clarence Tyson, 10 years

How before the Court: On view

Information, Charge, or Application: At Ballarat East on 2nd November 1910 defendant did feloneously steal take and carry away a quantity of lollies value 9s property of Elizabeth Dodds

Minute of Adjudication: Convicted - Sentence deferred for a period of six months defendants to be placed in charge of probation officer

Remarks:methodist rev Ned Carr, RC W.Hayden, RC Hayden,c of e rev. Colebroth

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