Keilor Court records

Selected Keilor Court records
1858 - 1890

Complainant Defendant Cause Decision
ALLAN, ISAAC MOONIE, JAMES TRESPASS OF PIGS. 19 JUL 1858 TO PAY COSTS & 11/- FINE TO THE COMP. NOT WISHING TO ?? FOR MORE
ALLAN, JOHN GETTINGS, THOMAS CHARGED WITH PARTLY BREAKING INTO THE DIGGERS REST INN, KEILOR PLAINS ON THE 17TH. INST. 19 JUL 1858 FINED 3. 2 COSTS & 5/- BAILBOND
ALLEN, ISRAEL A. MURRAY, BARNEY STEALING TWO FOWLS ON OR ABOUT THE 7TH INST AT THE GALLOWAY ARMS HOTEL. 14 DEC 1858 ONE MONTH IMPRISONMENT
ANDERSON, THOMAS LOVE, WILLIAM ASSAULTING THE COMP. BY STRIKING HIS HEAD AGAINST THE GROUND. 07 FEB 1865. DAMAGES 10/- COSTS 2.2 IMMEDIATE PAYMENT.
ARBUTHNOT, ELIZABETH
APPLICATION FOR LICENSE OF NORTH POLE HOTEL, KEILOR RD., 03.02.1864 GRANTED
AUSTIN, STEPHEN
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF HIS SLAUGHTERS LICENCE. 24.11.1869 GRANTED
BAILEY, CONS. THOS. GITTS,? ANNA MARIA BURGLARY. 01 SEP 1869 REMANDED TO MELBOURNE BY WM. TAYLOR J.P.
BEATON, DAVID ANDERSON, MRS. CLAIM FOR WORK DONE 5.10. 13.10.1875 NO APPEARANCE.
BEATON, DAVID
APPLICATION FOR REFRESHMENT LICENSE KEILOR. 18.06.1862 GRANTED
BELL, MARY ROOTSEY, MARY ASSAULTING COMPL. AT KEILOR ON 17TH MAY INST. 28 MAY 1878 DISMISSED
BELL, MARY WELLS, HARRIET ABUSIVE LANGUAGE TO COMPL. AT KEILOR ON THE 30TH JULY ON A PUBLIC ROAD. 04 AUG 1869 FINED 5/- & 5/- COSTS.
BELL, MARY BROWN, CHARLES ASSAULT 30TH. NOVEMBER AT KEILOR. 23.12.1884 DISMISSED
BELL, MARY HASSETT, EDWARD ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT 17TH. MAY AT KEILOR. 28.05.1877 DISMISSED
BELL, MARY BROWN, CHARLES & SULAN?, JOHN & McDONALD, JAMES ASSAULT AT KEILOR ON THE 30TH. NOV. 23 DEC 1884 DISMISSED
BELLINGER, CONS. McKINLEY, THOMAS ALLOWING ONE PIG TO WANDER ON PUBLIC ROAD, KEILOR. 27 JUN 1865 FINED SIXPENCE
BELLINGER, CONS. McSHANE, PATRICK ILLEGALLY REMOVING STONES FROM OFF CROWN LAND 16 MAR 1865 KEILOR. 21 MAR 1865. FINED 5/- COSTS 5/- IMMEDIATE PAYMENT
BENNETT, CONS. FITZGERALD, JOHN (ON WARRANT) STABBING ONE DAVID ROLFE. 1864 REMANDED TO 02 MAR BY P.P.
BIRD, CONS. FITZGERALD, JOHN DRUNK ON THE PUBLIC STREET, KEILOR. 02 MAY 1865 FINDED 5/- COSTS 5/- IMMEDIATE PAYMENT
BIRD, CONS. FOX, JOHN BREACH OF VAC. ACT. 02 JUL 1864.
BIRD, CONS. DELAHAY, WILLIAM BREACH OF VAC. ACT. 02 JUL 1864. WITHDRAWN
BIRD, CONS. McKANNA, PATRICK CONTEMPT OF COURT BY NOT APPEARING AT THE ADJOURMENT OF THE CASE CONNELLY V McKANNA. 17 OCT 1865 DISMISSED
BIRD, SEN. CON. DELAHAY, MARY BREACH OF THISTLE ACT. 26.12.1860 DISMISSED
BIRD, SEN. CONS. CONNELLY, BRIDGET DRUNK & DISORDERLY AT KEILOR ON 26.12.1863. 06.01.1864 FINED 10/- COSTS 3/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK IMP.
BIRD, SEN. CONS. FOX, JOHN BREACH OF VACINATION ACT. 20 JUL 1864 WITHDRAWN
BIRD, SEN. CONS. STAINES, GEORGE BREACH OF VACINATION ACT. 20 JUL 1864 FINED 1/-. COSTS 5/-
BIRD, SEN. CONS. DELAHEY, WILLIAM BREACH OF VACINATION ACT. 20 JUL 1864 FINED 1/-. COSTS 5/-
BIRD, SEN. CONS. LAVERTY, JAMES ABANDONING HIS LICENSED HOUSE. 18.03.1863 HOUSE DECLARED UNLICENSED
BIRD, SEN. CONS. GOUDIE, HUGH DRUNK AND DISORDERLY AT KEILOR ON MORNING OF 27TH. 27.05.1863 FINED 5/- IN DEFAULT 24 HOURS IMP.
BIRD, SEN. CONS. SHINNON, WILLIAM VAGRANCY. 16 DEC 1866 1 MONTHS IMPRISONMENT.
BIRD, SEN. CONS. McCLUSKY, HUGH DRUNK & DISORDERLY AT KEILOR ON 26.12.1863. 06.01.1864 FINED 10/- COSTS 3/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK IMP.
BIRD, SEN. CONS. KENNEDY, DAN DRUNK & DISORDERLY AT KEILOR ON 26.12.1863. 06.01.1864 FINED 10/- COSTS 3/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK IMP.
BIRD, SEN. CONS. HOGAN, MARGARET & HOGAN, PATRICK DRUNK & DISORDERLY AT KEILOR ON 26.12.1863. 06.01.1864 FINED 10/- COSTS 3/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK IMP.
BIRD, SEN. CONS. JACKSON, WILLIAM VAGRANCY. 20 MAR 1866 SENT TO BE IMPRISONED FOR 1 MONTH IN MELBOURNE GAOL.
BLACK, WALTER JOY, JAMES RESCUING CATTLE ON THE 22 OCT 1858 FROM COMPLAINANT ON KEILOR PLAINS. 22 NOV 1858 DISMISSED WITHOUT COSTS
BONFIELD, EBENEZER
WAS APPOINTED POUNDKEEPER AT KEILOR POUND. 03.04.1860
BORN, RICHARD HASSETT, MARY VIOLENTLY ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON THE 6TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 10.01.1860 DAMAGES 1-10 & 10/8 COSTS
BORN, RICHARD HASSED, SARAH DAUG. OF MARY HASSETT AIDING & ASSISTING IN THE ASSAULT OF RICHARD BORN. 10.01.1860 1-10 DAMAGES
BOURKE, MARGARET SEULING, HENRY CLAIM FOR 5 FOR DAMAGES DONE TO A GOOSE. 23.08.1858 DISMISSED
BOURKE, PATRICK APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. IRISH HARP. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
BOYLE, SEN. CONS. McGRATH, THOMAS DRUNK & DISORDERLY AT KEILOR ON THE 18TH JANUARY 1871. 15.02.1871 FINED 5/- AND 5/- COSTS IN DEFAULT OF PAYMENT 24 HOURS IMPRISONMENT.
BOYLE, SEN. CONS. McSHANE, HUGH CARRYING FIREARMS ON A SUNDAY THE 12TH FEBRUARY, 1871 AT KEILOR. 15.02.1871 DISMISSED
BOYLE, SEN. CONS. EAGLING, JOHN REFUSING TO RECEIVE INTO YOUR CUSTODY IN YOUR LICENSED HOUSE A DEAD BODY FOR AN INQUEST ON SAME 24.02.1871 AT KEILOR. 29.03.1871 FINED 5/- AND 2/6
BOYLE, SEN. CONS. McDONALD, DONALD SETTING FIRE TO THE RESERVE AT KEILOR ON 25TH JANUARY 1871. 15.02.1871 DISMISSED
BRADLEY, WM. HY. McKINLAY, THOMAS CLAIM OF 1 FOR DAMAGE DONE BY HIS PIGS, 22ND. TO THE 29TH. JUNE. 05.07.1858 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
BROADMEADOWS ROAD BOARD CONNOLLY, THOMAS CLAIM FOR RATES. 1864
BROWN, KATE BROWN, ANDREW MAINTENANCE OF WIFE. 28.08.1883 ORDERED TO PAY 1-17-17 WEEK
BURNS, PATRICK H. MacMINIMAN, JOHN ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON THE 9TH INST. AT THE ELDORADO HOTEL & PUTTING HIMM IN BODILY FEAR. 16.08.1859 DEFENDANT BOUND OVER IN HIS OWN RECOGINANCE IN 20 FOR SIX MONTHS
CAHILL, EDWARD BRENNAN, PAT & WIFE, BRIDGET VIOLENTLY ASSAULTING THOMAS CAHILL ON 25TH. APRIL. 03.05.1858 CASE DISMISSED
CAHILL, EDWARD MURPHY, JEREMIAH ILLEGALLY ABSCONDING HIMSELF FROM HIS MASTER'S SERVICE 5TH. JULY 1870 NR. KEILOR. 17.08.1870 RETURN TO SERVICE OF EDWARD CAHILL
CAHILL, ELIZA KENNEDY, JOHN ASSAULT (c1863) FINED 10/- & 15/- COSTS
CAHILL, PATRICK CAHILL, EDWARD DEBT 14-2-6. 16 AUG 1871 ORDER 9-6-11 AND 2/6 COSTS.
CAHILL, THOMAS O'NEIL, WILLIAM THREATENING TO SHOOT THE COMPLAINANT ON THE 9TH. INST. 23.08.01858 DISMISSED
CAHILL, THOMAS O'NEIL, WILLIAM UNLAWFULLY & MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING ON THE 9TH. AUGUST AT KEILOR. 13.09.1858 BAILED ON HIS OWN RECOGINENCE FOR 150 AND STAND HIS TRIAL AT THE CRIMINAL SESSIONS 15TH. OCTOBER.
CAHILL, THOMAS O'NEIL, WILLIAM VIOLENT & THREATENING TO SHOOT COMPLAINANT ON THE 9TH. INST. 19.08.1858 POSTPONED TO 6TH. SEPT.
CAHILL, THOMAS O'NEIL, WILLIAM VIOLENT & THREATENING TO SHOOT COMPLAINANT ON THE 9TH. INST. 06.09.1858 ADJOURNED TO MONDAY NEXT, 10TH AT 11 O'CLOCK
CAHILL, THOMAS WATKINS, WILLIAM CLAIM 4 DAMAGE DONE TO GROWING CROPS ON 3RD. INST. AT KEILOR. 23.08.1859 DAMAGE 1 & 4/6 COSTS
CAMERON, MALCOLM McELROY, JOHN ASSAULT ON WED. THE 1ST. INST. AT STONEY CREEK IN PURSUANCE OF A CONSPIRACY TO RAISE WAGES. 6 SEP 1858 REMANDED TO MONDAY NEXT AT 11 O'CLOCK
CANTWELL, HONORA HARVEY, CRAWFORD USING ABUSIVE LANGUAGE TO COMPLAINANT. 29.05.1860 DISMISSED WITH 10/6 COSTS
CANTWELL, HONORA CANTWELL, JOHN DESERTING HIS WIFE. 17.06.1863 ADJOURNED. LATER BOUND OVER TO PAY WIFE 10/- PER WEEK OR GO TO GAOL.
CANTWELL, HONORA CANTWELL, JOHN ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON THE 15TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 20.05.1860 DISMISSED
CANTWELL, HONORA KERR, JOHN USING ABUSIVE AND OBSCENE LANGUAGE TO COMPLAINANT. 29.05.1860 DISMISSED WITH 10/6 COSTS
CARTLEDGE, ALFRED INSP. OF EXCISE McKINLEY, THOMAS THAT DEFENDANT ON THE 13TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1890 DID SELL TOBACCO WITHOUT A LICENSE TO DO SO. CONTRARY TO THE CUSTOMS AND EXCISE DUTIES ACT 1890. 14 NOV 1890 DEFENDANT DOES NOT APPEAR. FINED 5 & 5/- COSTS IN DEF. 1 MTH. IMP.
CASSIN, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. JUNCTION INN. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
CHANTER?, RICHARD CAHILL, ELIZABETH FOR USING ABUSIVE NAMES ON THE 19TH. INST. TO THE COMPLAINANT. 25.10.1858 2 FINE & 1 COSTS
CHATTWICK, WILLIAM
APPLIES FOR A REFRESHING LICENSE BROADMEADOWS HOTEL. 18.03.1863 GRANTED
CLARKE & McLEAN JOY, JAMES ILLEGALLY IMPOUNDING 1546 SHEEP ON 17 NOV 1858 AT KOROROIT. 30 NOV 1858 DISMISSED
CLARKE, CONS. DONNELLY, PATRICK DRUNK & DISORDERLY ON SUNDAY 30TH NOV AT KEILOR. 10 DEC 1873 FINED 5/- AND 2/6 COSTS
CLARKE, CONS. ELKINS, JAMES DRUNK & DISORDERLY ON SUNDAY 30TH NOV AT KEILOR. 10 DEC 1873 FINED 7/6 AND 2/6 COSTS
CLERK OF PETTY SESS. AT KEILOR DAVIS, CHARLES THAT DEFENDENT HAVING ON 8TH NOVEMBER 1889 AT KEILOR IN THE CENTRAL BAILWICK ... BY THE COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS AT KEILOR AND ADJUDGED ? TO FORFEIT AND PAY A FINE OF 5 AND ALSO TO PAY TO SAID INFORMANT 1.10.0 FOR COSTS AND IN DEFAULT OF PAYMENT FORTHWITH A DISTRESS WARRANT WAS THEREBY ORDERED TO BE ISSUED TO RECOVER THE SAID SUMS AND A WARRANT OF DISTRESS HAVING BEEN ISSUED AND AFTERWARDS RETURNED `NULLA FONA' TO SHOW CAUSE ... A WARRANT OF COMMITMENT SHOULD BE ISSUED AGAINST SAID DEFENDANT DEFENDANT DOES NOT APPEAR. ADJUDGED THAT DEFENDANT WHO DOES NOT APPEAR BE IMPRISONED IN HER MAJESTYS GAOL AT MELBOURNE FOR FOURTEEN DAYS UNLESS THE SAID SUMMS AND THE COSTS AND CHARGES OF THIS COMMITMENT AMOUNTING TO THE FURTHER SUM OF TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE AND THE ..? OF CONVYING THE SAID DEFENDANT TO THE SAID GAOL BE .... PAID? ....
CLIFT, RICHARD APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. BEECH TREE. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
CLIFT, RICHARD
BEECH TREE HOTEL, APPLICATION FOR LICENCE. 19.07.1859 ADJOURNED 25.07.1859
CONNELLY, P. MEAGHER, W. ATTEMPTING TO ENTER COMPLAINANTS HOUSE ON 21ST. INST. AT 1am. (POLICE CASE) 25.07.1860
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET REID, BRIDGET USING OBSCENE LANGUAGE IN A PUBLIC PLACE TO BRIDGET CONNOLLY. 21.02.1872 FINE 10/- AND 5/- IN DEFAULT 3 DAYS IMP.
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET POOK, JOHN ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON 27TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 05.06.1860 ADJOURNED
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET POOK, JOHN ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON 27TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 19.06.1860 DISMISSED
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET POOK, HENRY & HARRIS, J. USING INSULTING BEHAVIOR TO COMPLAINANT ON 27TH. INST. 19.06.1860 DISMISSED
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET KAVENAGH, BRYAN VIOLENT ASSAULT. 18.03.1863 DISMISSED
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET McBARROW, CHARLIE ASSAULT. 12.04.1858 CASE DISMISSED, NO PROSECUTION
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET NOLAN, JAMES ASSAULT ON THE 18TH. INST. 24.12.1862 DISMISSED
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET BIRD, SEN. CONS. PERJURY. 20 JAN 1864 DISMISSED. CONS. BIRD MOST CORDIALLY ACQUITTED
CONNOLLY, BRIDGET POOK, HENRY & HARRIS, J. USING INSULTING BEHAVIOR TO COMPLAINANT ON 27TH. INST. 05.06.1860 ADJOURNED
CONNOLLY, PATRICK McKANNA, PATRICK CLAIM FOR BOARD 6. 17 OCT 1865 AWARDED 5.3 & COSTS 4/-
CONNOLLY, PATRICK WRIGHT, ANDREW FOR WORK DONE 2.5.5. & 17/6 COSTS
CONNOLLY, PATRICK McKANNA, PATRICK CLAIM FOR BOARD AND LODGING 6. 22 SEP 1865. ADJOURNED TILL THIS DAY FORTNIGHT. (03 OCT - NO APPEARANCE OF DEFENDANT)
COOKE, B APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. LINCOLNSHIRE ARMS. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
CRAWFORD, ROBERT
JUNCTION HOTEL, KEILOR ROAD, APPLICATION FOR LICENCE. 30.08.1859 ADJOURNED
CRAWFORD, ROBERT
JUNCTION HOTEL, KEILOR ROAD, APPLICATION FOR LICENCE. 06.09.1859 GRANTED
CROPLEY, CLARKE CUMMING, ANDREW ILLEGALLY RECEIVING CATTLE. 2 SEP 1863 COMMITTED TO THE CRIMINAL SESSIONS ON THE 13 SEP 1863. BOUND OVER IN HIS OWN RECOGINANCE 30 & ONE SURETY 30
CRUST, GEORGE O'FARREL, JAMES DRUNK AND MAKING USE OF OBSCENE LANGUAGE AND BREAKING A CRAPER VALUE 7/6 THE PROPERTY OF GEORGE CRUST, HOTEL KEEPER ON THE 19TH. INST. 20 JUL 1858 FINED 5 OR 14 DAYS IMPRISONMENT. FINE 1 & 7/6 VALUE OF OR 3 DAYS IMPRISONMENT. ONE REMITTED UPON PAYMENT OF 7/6, TWO DAYS TO BE AT KEILOR
DALY, CONS. KENT, ANN DRUNK & DISORDERLY AND BREAKING WINDOWS. 13 MAY 1858 FINED TEN SHILLINGS OR 48 HOURS IMPRISONMENT. 5/- RECOGNIZANCE
DANIELS, CHARLES HASSETT, MARY RESCUE OF PIGS FROM KEILOR POUND. 25.06.1862 FINED 3 COSTS 12/- IN DEFAULT 1 MONTH. IMP.
DARGAN, NANCY REID, JOHN CLAIM FOR GOODS 5-14-14. 01 SEP 1869 ORDER FOR 5-14 & 5/- COSTS.
DAVIDSON, CONS. HASSED, MARY ALLOWING HER SWINE TO WANDER ON PUBLIC ROAD. 06.08.1862 FINED 2/6 COSTS 2/6
DAVIDSON, ISAAC KEIL. STOREKEEPER McDONALD, DONALD DEBT 3-4-10 BOARD & LODGING NOV. 1ST. 1858. 08.11.1858 2-4-10 TO BE PAID BY McDONALD. 12/6 COSTS LESS 10/- ALREADY PAID
DAVY, HUMPHREY SAVAGE, WILLIAM CLAIM FOR DAMAGES FOR A HORSE 3. 22.12.1869 NO APPEARANCE. DISMISSED
DELAHAY, JOHN WRIGHT, ANDREW FOR WORK DONE. 7.0.6. (c1863) AWARD 7.0.6. & 17/6 COSTS
DIXON, ROBERT KELLY, LAWRENCE CLAIM FOR DAMAGES DONE BY 10 OF DEFENDANTS PIGS ON THE 1ST OCTOBER 1872 WHEN TRESSPASSING ON COMPLAINANTS LAND, SPRINGFIELD 7.16.00. 30.10.1872 CASE WITHDRAWN ON PAYMENT OF 3.3.0 BY DEFENDANT.
DULLAHOY, MARY QUIGLEY, CATHERINE NEGLECT OF DUTY AND ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. 19.07.1858 ARGUEMENT CANCELLED AND TO PAY WAGES
DUNN, CONS. CHAMBERS, RALPH & HINEMAN, JOHN STEALING FROM THE DWELLING OF CHARLES PERRY OF KEILOR A QUANTITY OF WEARING APPAREL VALUED IN 4 03 JULY 1866. 10 JUL 1866 SENTENCED TO 3 MONTHS IMPRISONMENT IN MELBOURNE GAOL AND KEPT AT HARD LABOUR.
DURHAM, THOMAS GERRATTY, PATRICK ILLEGAL TRESPASS. 10.07.1860 DISMISSED
EAGLING, J APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. OLD ENGLAND HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
EAGLING, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. WAGONER'S ARMS HOTEL. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
EAGLING, JOHN
OLD ENGLAND HOTEL, APPLILCATION FOR LICENCE. 02.08.1859 GRANTED
EGAN, JOHN HAMILTON, MARY COMMON ASSAULT AT KEILOR PLAINS 21ST FEBRUARY 1879. 28.02.1879 DISMISSED.
ELDRIDGE, HENRY CAHILL, THOMAS ILLEGAL DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. 24.04.1860 DISMISSED
ELLIS, B APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. KEILOR HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
ELLIS, B ELLIS, B APPLICATION FOR ONE MONTHS LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM HIS HOTEL. MR. GOUDIE TO ACT IN HIS PLACE AT KEILOR HOTEL. 26 NOV 1862 GRANTED
ELLIS, BENJAMIN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. KEILOR HOTEL. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
FIRTH, WILLIAM JOY, JAMES USING THREATENING LANGUAGE AND ATTEMPTING TO RAISE A STONE TO THROW AT HIM ON THE 15TH. INST. 30.08.1858 BOUND OVER FOR SIX MONTHS. 50 ONE SURETY
FITZGERALD, DOROTHY ROLFE, DAVID ASSAULT ON THE 20 FEB 1864 ADJOURNED TO THE 13TH INST. (BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURT 13 APR 1864 AND ADJOURNED TO 11TH MAY. BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURT 13 MAY AND ADJOURNED TO 8TH JUNE. BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURT 8TH JUNE - NO APPEARANCE.)
FITZGERALD, JOHN
SHAMROCK HOTEL, NEAR TEA TREE CREEK, KEILOR PLAINS, APPLICATION FOR LICENCE. 30.08.1859 ADJOURNED
FITZGERALD, JOHN ROLFE, DAVID ASSAULT ON THE 20 FEB 1864 ADJOURNED TO THE 13TH INST. (BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURT 13 APR 1864 AND ADJOURNED TO 11TH MAY. BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURT 13 MAY AND ADJOURNED TO 8TH JUNE. BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURT 8TH JUNE - NO APPEARANCE.)
FITZGERALD, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. SHAMROCK HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
FITZGERALD, JOHN
SHAMROCK HOTEL, NEAR TEA TREE CREEK, KEILOR PLAINS, APPLICATION FOR LICENCE. 06.09.1859 GRANTED
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. JOYCE, JOHN ABSCONDING FROM INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, SUNBURY. 07.07.1869 REMANDED BACK TO THE SCHOOL BY J. S. JOHNSTONE.
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. DOWNES, EMMA ABSCONDING FROM THE REFORMATORY SCHOOL, SUNBURY. 24.11.1869 DISCHARGED - TIME UP
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. CAMPION, ABSCONDING FROM INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, SUNBURY. 07.07.1869 REMANDED BACK TO THE SCHOOL BY J. S. JOHNSTONE.
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. WALLACE, ELIZA ABSCONDING FROM THE REFORMATORY SCHOOL, SUNBURY. 24.11.1869 DISCHARGED - TIME UP
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. SHEHAN, MARGARET TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SHE SOULD NOT CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUPPORT OF HER CHILDREN IN THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 24.11.1869 ORDERED TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUPPORT OF HER FOUR CHILDREN AND TO PAY THE SUM OF SIX SHILLINGS WEEKLY AND 5/- COSTS. PAYMENTS TO COMMENCE FROM WEDNESDAY NEXT AND IN DEFAULT DISTRESS OR IN DEGAULT OR DISTRESS 14 DAYS IMPRISONMENT.
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. WARD, JAMES ABSCONDING FROM INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, SUNBURY. 07.07.1869 REMANDED BACK TO THE SCHOOL BY J. S. JOHNSTONE.
FLOWER, SEN. CONS. PHELAN, PATRICK ABSCONDING FROM INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, SUNBURY. 07.07.1869 REMANDED BACK TO THE SCHOOL BY J. S. JOHNSTONE.
FOX, JOSEPH EGAN, PAT & WIFE ASSAULT OF COMPLAINANT WITH A HEAVY STICK APRIL 16TH. 1859 KOROROIT CREEK. 03.05.1859 DISMISSED
FURLONG, ALEXANDER APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. RAILWAY INN. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
FURLONG, ALEXANDER
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF HIS SLAUGHTERS LICENCE. 24.11.1869 GRANTED
GARRATTY, MARY McCUSKER, JANE ILLEGALLY RETAINING POSSESSION OF A HEAD NET VALUED 2/-. 09.04.1862 DISMISSED
GARRATTY, MARY GARRATTY, PATRICK LEAVING COMPLAINANT WITHOUT SUPPORT. 01.05.1860 DISMISSED
GARRATTY, PATRICK CANTWELL, HONORA ABUSIVE LANGUAGE AND ASSAULT. 29.05.1860 DISMISSED
GARRATTY, PATRICK CANTWELL, HONORA ABUSIVE LANGUAGE AND ASSAULT. 22.05.1860 ADJOURNED
GERRETTY, PATRICK KEATING, SAMUEL VIOLENTY ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON THE 10TH. INST. AT KEILOR WITH A TOMAHAWK ..? 17.04.1860 CHARGE WITHDRAWN 24.04.1860
GILLMAN, CONS. GOODWIN, MARGARET ON SUSPICION OF PASSING A FORGED CHEQUE AT THE JUNCTION HOTEL ON THE 30TH. ULT. 21.06.1858 COMMITTED TO STAND HER TRIAL AT NEXT CRIMINAL SESSIONS, JULY.
GILLMAN, CONS. CASSIDY, HUGH CHARGED WITH LUNACY. 13.09.1859 REMANDED TO MELBOURNE FOR EXAMINATION
GORMAN, BRIDGET HILL, WILLIAM HENRY WAGES CLAIM FOR 6 WEEKS AT THE RATE OF 30 PER ANNUM - 3-9-1. 24.01.1860 DISMISSED
GOUDIE, MATTHEW
APPLICATION FOR LICENSE OF KEILOR HOTEL. 24.12.1862 GRANTED
GOUDIE, MATTHEW HARTON, FRANCIS & HARTON, JAMES INSULTING BEHAVIOR AT KEILOR 27TH MARCH 1879. 25.04.1879 DISMISSED WITH 3.3.0 ?? IN DEFAULT DISTRESS IN DEFAULT 14 DAYS IMPRISONMENT.
GOUDIE, MATTHEW DAVIDSON, WILLIAM CLAIM FOR BOARD. 7. 25 NOV 1863 NO APPEARANCE
GOUDIE, MATTHEW LEAL, LEWIS CLAIM FOR GOOD SOLD AND DELIVERED 30.11.1858. 07.12.1858 TO BE PAID IN 6 WEEKS BY EQUAL INSTALMENTS. 1ST. PAYMENT TO BE MADE ON SATURDAY 11TH. AT NOON
GOUDIE, MATTHEW CREED, DANIEL DRUNK & DISORDERLY, CREATING A DISTURBANCE IN HIS LICENSED HOUSE. FINED 5/- OR 12 HOURS IMPRISONMENT. 09 DEC 1863 SENT TO GAOL
GOUDIE, MATTHEW DAVIDSON, WILLIAM CLAIM FOR DEBT (c1863) SETTLED OUT OF COURT
GREEN, WILLIAM GREEN, SARAH DESERTING HER HUSBAND WITH CERTAIN SUMS OF MONEY, HIS PROPERTY. 25.10.1859 MONEY TO BE RESTORED TO THE HUSBAND.
GRIFFITH, JOHN McSHANE, SARAH UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING JOHN GRIFFITH AT KEILOR ON 14 OCT 1891. 13 NOV 1891 DISMISSED
GRIFFITHS, BRIDGET STAINES, ROSE ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT AT KEILOR ON THE 12TH. AUGUST 1871. 13.09.1871 FINED 5/- AND 2/6
GRIFFITHS, BRIDGET GRIFFITHS, RICHARD UNLAWFULLY LEAVING HER WITHOUT SUPPORT 31ST JANUARY 1877 AT KEILOR. 31.01.1877 15/- WEEKLY
GRIFFITHS, RICHARD STAINES, GEORGE & STAINES, ROSE ASSAULTING THE COMPLAINANT 12.12.1874. 06.01.1875 DISMISSED
GRIFFITHS, RICHARD McSHANE, SALLY MAKING USE OF ABUSIVE LANGUAGE 12.12.1874 IN A PUBLIC PLACE. 06.11.1875 FINE 5/-
GROGAN, JAMES RITCHIE, MALCOLM CLAIM FOR AN ASSAULT ON THE NIGHT OF THE 16TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 26.04.1859 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
GROGAN, JAMES RITCHIE, JAMES CLAIM FOR AN ASSAULT ON THE NIGHT OF THE 16TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 26.04.1859 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
GROGAN, JAMES RITCHIE, JOHN CLAIM FOR AN ASSAULT ON THE NIGHT OF THE 16TH. INST. AT KEILOR. 26.04.1859 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
HAGGAR, JOSEPH SMITH, WILLIAM SENDING A THREATENING LETTER TO COMPLAINANT 20 DEC 1866. 8 JAN 1867 REMANDED 14 JAN 1867 (DISMISSED)
HAGGAR, JOSEPH DURHAM, THOMAS REFUSING THE TRESPASS OF 130 SHEEP SEIZED FOR TRESPASS & DELIVERED MR. DEAR ??. (c1862) 18.9
HAGGAR, JOSEPH DODD & DELAHEY GIVING AN INCORRECT DESCRIPTION OF CERTAIN LANDS FROM COMPLAINANT. CATTLE WERE THEN IMPOUNDED. 15 OCT 1862 DISMISSED
HAGGAR, JOSEPH DURHAM, THOMAS REFUSING TO PAY TRESPASS FOR 15 PIGS
HAMILTON, MARY EGAN, THOMAS COMMON ASSAULT AT KEILOR PLAINS 21ST FEBRUARY 1879. 28.02.1879 DEFENDANT ON WEEK IMPRISONMENT. (MARY, WIFE OF ARCHIBALD HAMILTON OF KEILOR PLAINS)
HAMILTON, MARY EGAN, JAMES COMMON ASSAULT AT KEILOR PLAINS 21ST FEBRUARY 1879. 28.02.1879 DISMISSED.
HARRICK, BRIDGET CAHILL, THOMAS PERMITTING A DOG, YOUR PROPERTY, TO ATTACK COMP. 12TH INST. 26 MAR 1867 SETTLED. NO APPEARANCE. DISMISSED.
HARRIS, MARGARET CONNOLLY, BRIDGET ABUSIVE LANGUAGE AT KEILOR 14 JUN 1864. 22 JUN 1864. FINE 10/- IN DEF. 1 WEEK IMP. COSTS 14/6
HARRIS, MARGARET FOX, ROSEY ASSAULT 20TH. SEPTEMBER, AT KEILOR. 23.10.1883 FINED
HARRIS, MARGARET BELL, MARY STEALING ONE PAIR OF BOOTS AND ONE PETTICOAT VALUED 17/-. 08 JUN 1864. IMPRISONED FOR 14 DAYS
HARVEY, CRAWFORD APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. UNION HOTEL. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
HARVIE, CRAWFORD APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. UNION HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
HASSED, MARY SMITH, HENRY OBTAINING REFRESHMENT & LODGING UNDER FALSE PRET. 25.06.1862 14 DAYS IN MELBOURNE GAOL WITH HARD LABOUR
HASSED, MARY CONNOLLY, BRIDGET ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. 14 JUN 1862 FINED 10/- & 14/6 COSTS
HASSET, JAMES SMITH, J. M. ILLEGALLY DETAINING AND IMPOUNDING CATTLE. 30.11.1858
HASSETT, EDWARD BELL, MARY ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT 17TH. MAY AT KEILOR. 28.05.1877 DISMISSED
HASSETT, MARY STAINES, GEORGE ILLEGAL DETENTION OF A GOOSE. 14.08.1861 DISMISSED
HASSETT, MARY
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE TO OBTAIN A BEER LICENCE. 05 FEB 1868 GRANTED
HENNESSY, CONS. JEREMIAH MOUNTAIN, WILLIAM HAVING A STOLEN BOAT IN HIS POSSESSION THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM GREEN, SUNBURY. 25.10.1859 THREE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT WITH HARD LABOUR.
HIGGINS, EDWARD APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. LADY OF THE LAKE. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
HILL, RICHARD ELY, R. G. REFUSING TO PAY TOLL. 16.04.1862 VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF. COSTS 4/6. TOLL 1/-. FINE 1/-.
HILLER, JOHN ROOTSEY, MARY WORK & LABOUR DONE 2.2.0. 25.04.1879 NO APPEARANCE OF COMPLAINANT. DISMISSED.
HILLER, JOHN ROOTSEY, MARY WORK AND LABOUR DONE 2-2-10. APR 1880 NO APPEARANCE. DISMISSED
HOWSE, CATHERINE APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. TRAVELLERS REST, DEEP CREEK ROAD. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
HOWSE, THOMAS B. APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. TRAVELLERS REST. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
HULL, SEN. CONS. DELAHEY, JOHN SHOOTING ON SUNDAY. 05 AUG 1862 WITHDRAWN
JEFFREY, CONS. CAROLINE WANDERING ABOUT WITHOUT VISIBLE MEANS OF SUPPORT. 10.05.1858 COMMITTED TO MELBOURNE GAOL FOR 14 DAYS UNDER WARRANT
JESSIE, CONS. REYNOLDS, ENOCH MISCONDUCT IN HIS OFFICE AS POUND KEEPER - BROADMEADOWS. ADJOURNED TO TUESDAY NEXT, 6TH MARCH. (CASE WAS THEN ADJOURNED A FURTHER 13 TIMES OVER 3 MONTHS, FINALLY ON THE 5TH JUNE, CASE DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE.)
JOHNSTONE, ELIZABETH JOHNSTONE, DAVID DRUNK & DISORDERLEY. SETTING A MATTRESS ON FIRE AND BEATING HER SEVERELY ON THE 14TH. INST. 19.07.1858 FINE OF 10-4 & 2 EXPENSES GIVEN UNTIL NEXT MONDAY TO PAY
JONES, JANE MOSEBY, CHARLES REFUSING TO MAINTAIN HIS ILLEGIMATE CHILD. 11 OCT 1858 DISMISSED
JONES, SEN. CONS. HARTON, MARY (ROSE?) FELONIOUSLY STEALING AND TAKING FROM THE DWELLING OF HENRY JOYCE CERTAIN ARTICLES TO WIT A BOX, SOME POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS, A SOFA COVER AND A BEDSTEAD COVER, THE PROPERTY HENRY JOYCE 14TH JUNE 1876. 19 JUL 1876 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. TWO SURETIES 25
JOY, JAMES FIRTH, WILLIAM FALSE EVIDENCE ON THE 30TH ULT. IN THE CASE OF FIRTH V. JOY. 06.09.1858 ON BAIL TO STAND HIS TRIAL AT NEXT CRIMINAL SESSIONS. BAIL HIMSELF 150 & MR Mc.?. 150
JOY, JAMES BLACK, WALTER ILLEGALLY IMPOUNDING ONE LIGHT GREY MARE AND ONE FOAL ON 22 OCT 1858. 30 NOV 1858 DISMISSED WITH 5 COSTS TO DEFENDANT
JOY, JAMES BLACK, JOHN SHOOTING WITH INTENT TO DO GREVIOUS BODILY HARM ON WED. 15TH. INST. 27 SEP 1858 DISMISSED
JOYCE, HENRY HARTON, ROSE UNLAWFULLY AND MALICIOUSLY THROWING DOWN AND DESTROYING A CERTAIN FENCE OF COMPL. OF THE VALUE OF 26/- ON THE 26TH. AUGUST 1876. 08 NOV 1876 DISMISSED
JOYCE, HENRY ELY, R.G. USING THREATENING AND ABUSIVE LANGUAGE TO COMPL. AT KEILOR ON THE 6TH FEB 1869. 17 FEB 1869 FINE 2 & 12/- COSTS
JOYCE, HENRY HARTON, THOMAS UNLAWFULLY AND MALICIOUSLY THROWING DOWN AND DESTROYING A CERTAIN FENCE OF COMPL. OF THE VALUE OF 26/- ON THE 26TH. AUGUST 1876. 08 NOV 1876 FINED 5/-. 13/- & 3-15 COSTS
JOYCE, HENRY LAURENCE, WILLIAM ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON THE 14.08.1874 TOLL GATE, KEILOR. 19.08.1874 NO APPEARANCE
KEILOR ROAD BOARD CAHILL, THOMAS CLAIM FOR COST OF REMOVING AN OBSTRUCTION 5/- AND FOR A PENALTY. 23 JUL 1867 ADJ. 6 AUG. (ADJ. 20 AUG) (DISMISSED)
KEILOR ROAD BOARD CAHILL, THOMAS DOING DAMAGE TO A PUBLIC FENCE THE PROPERTY OF COMPLAINANT, KEILOR 6 JUL 1867. 23 JUL 1867 FIND 5.5 & 3.3 COSTS
LALOR, MARY GUEST, THOMAS SNR. GUEST, THOMAS JNR. GUEST, ROBERT GUEST, JOSEPH GUEST, SUSAN GUEST, ELLEN GUEST, FREDERICK VIOLENTLY ASSAULTING MARY LALOR OF MOONEE PONDS ON 26TH. INST. 30 NOV 1858 DISMISSED WITHOUT COSTS
LANDERS, JOHN McCLUSKEY, HUGH ASSAULT 01.11.1874 AT KEILOR. 11.11.1874 FINED 1 & 10/-
LAVERTY, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. NORTH POLE HOTEL, KEILOR ROAD. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
LEE, SEN. CONS. AUSTIN, STEPHEN SLAUGHTERING CATTLE WITHOUT A LICENCE ON THE 24TH. OF FEBRUARY 1871 AT KEILOR. 29.03.1871 NO APPEARANCE. DISMISSED
LEE, SEN. CONS. AUSTIN, STEPHEN SLAUGHTERING CATTLE WITHOUT A LICENCE ON THE 4TH. OF FEBRUARY 1871 AT KEILOR. 15.02.1871 FINED 2 AND 2/6 COSTS IN DEFAULT DISTRESS IN DEFAULT 14 DAYS IMPRISONMENT
LETHBRIDGE, RICHARD WHITE, THOMAS ABSCONDING HIMSELF WITH LEAVE WHILE HIS SERVANT. 7 MAY 1862 POSTPONED TILL MONDAY MAY 12TH TO ESSENDON BENCH BY CONSENT
LETHBRIDGE, RICHARD WHITE, THOMAS CRUELLY ILLTREATING A HORSE, COMPLAINANTS PROPERTY, WHILE IN HIS SERVICE. 7 MAY 1862 POSTPONED TILL MONDAY MAY 12TH TO ESSENDON BENCH BY CONSENT
LEWIS, W.N.J. APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. PRINCESS ROYAL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
LINAY, ROBERT APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. NORTH POLE HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
LOVE, WILLIAM ANDERSON, THOMAS ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT WITH A SPADE AT TULLAMARINE ON 28 JAN 1865. 07 FEB 1865 DISMISSED
MANSFIELD, DAVID ALEXANDER, ANN ASSAULT ON THE 20 APR 1865 DAMAGES 5/-. 02 MAY 1865 DISMISSED
McCOURT, SUSAN McDONALD, DUNCAN REFUSING TO SUPPORT HIS ILLEGITIMATE CHILD. 06.01.1864 ADJOURNED. LATER CASE DISMISSED AS COMPLAINANT WAS NOT MADE ON OATH.
McDOUGALL, ROBERT GRANT, PETER WILFULLY TRESPASSING ON COMPL. LAND KNOWN AS ARUNDEL NEAR KEILOR ON 30TH AUGUST 1877 IN SEARCH OF GAME. 07 NOV 1877 FINE 5 & 3-12-6
McGRATH, THOMAS TUOHY, JAMES CLAIM FOR 15/- FOR WORK DONE. 20.12.1871 NO APPEARANCE
McGUINESS, PATRICK OF KEILOR McWHIRTER, JAMES COMMON ASSAULT. 28.03.1879 WITHDRAWN
McKAY, J APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. PRINCE OF WALES. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
McKINLEY, THOMAS POWELL, H. ILLEGALLY DETAINING A COW. COMPLAINANT'S PROPERTY. 07.07.1869 DISMISSED
McLEAN, JOHN JOY, JAMES CLAIM OF 13/- FOR TRESPASS OF CATTLE ON SUNDAY THE 15TH. INST. 23 AUG 1858 DISMISSED
McMINIMAN, JOHN BURNS, PATRICK HENRY CHARGED WITH PERJURY ON THE 16TH AUGUST LAST AT KEILOR. 13.09.1859 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL ON THE 17TH OCTOBER NEXT. BAILED IN TWO SURETIES OF 60 EACH. BURNS IN DOUBLE.
McSHANE, HUGH BELL, MARY MAKING USE OF OBSCENE LANGUAGE TO COMPLAINANT IN A PUBLIC PLACE AT KEILOR. 10.10.1877 10/- FINE & 14/6 COSTS
McSHANE, PATRICK TOOHEY, OWEN CLAIM FOR SERVICES OF HIS SON 7/6. 06.08.1862 DISMISSED
McSHANE, SARAH GRIFFITH, JOHN UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING SARAH McSHANE AT KEILOR ON 14 OCT 1891. 13 NOV 1891 CONVICTED OF AN AGGRIVATED ASSAULT & FINED 2 AND 5 COSTS IN DEF. ONE MONTH IMP.
McWHIRTER, JAMES HASSETT, EDWARD ILLEGALLY RESCUING A PIG WHICH HAD BEEN LAWFULLY SEIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF BE_||-~
McWHIRTER, JAMES ROOTSEY, MARY DID ILLEGALLY ASSIST TO RESCUE A PIG FOR THE PURPOSE OF BEING IMPOUNDED. 15.05.1873 FINED 10/- AND 10/-
McWHIRTER, JAMES HASSETT, EDWARD MAKING USE OF ABUSIVE WORDS IN A PUBLIC PLACE TO WIT THE MAIN ROAD WITH INTENT TO PROVOKE A BREACH OF THE PEACE TO JAMES McWHIRTER. 15 MAY 1872 FINED 4 & 10/- COSTS.
McWHIRTER, JAMES HASSETT, EDWARD ILLEGALLY RESCUING A PIG WHICH HAD BEEN LAWFULLY SEIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF BEING IMPOUNDED. 15 MAY 1872 FINED 4 & 10/- COSTS.
McWHIRTER, JAMES & FOX, MICHAEL & STAINES, GEORGE CAHILL, THOMAS CLAIM FOR 1-14-6 FOR FEE FOR D..... ON THE KEILOR TOWN COMMON. (COMPLAINANTS BEING MANAGERS FOR THE TOWN COMMON, KEILOR) 28 MAY 1878 DIMISSED WITH 2-2 COSTS.
MELVILLE, GEORGE APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. INVERNESS HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
MELVILLE, GEORGE APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. INVERNESS HOTEL. 18.06.1862 GRANTED. BOND 5/-
MILBURN, DAVID FOLEY, PATRICK ENTERING PREMISES OF COMPLAINANT'S AT NIGHT AND FIRING AT HIS DOG. 07.05.1862 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
MILBURN, DAVID WELLS, WILLIAM PAGE WILFULLY TRESPASSING ON THE LAND OF COMPLAINANT AT KEILOR, 19.05.1870 AFTER BEING WARNED NOT TO DO SO. 25.05.1870 DISMISSED
MILBURN, DAVID BEATON, ALLAN ENTERING PREMISES OF COMPLAINANT'S AT NIGHT AND FIRING AT HIS DOG. 07.05.1862 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
MILBURN, DAVID WELLS, WILLIAM PAGE USING ABUSIVE AND INSULTING WORDS AND BEHAVIOUR IN A PUBLIC PLACE, KEILOR 19TH. MAY, 1870. 25.05.1870 FINED 1, 2/6 COSTS IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK IMPRISONMENT
MILBURN, DAVID GUTHRIE, JAMES CLAIM FOR DAMAGE DONE BY HIS CATTLE FROM THE 13TH. TO THE 22ND. JUN AND 23RD. TO 26TH. JUNE. 5 & 2. 05.07.1858 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
MILBURN, DAVID McKINLAY, HUGH ENTERING PREMISES OF COMPLAINANT'S AT NIGHT AND FIRING AT HIS DOG. 07.05.1862 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
MONAGHAN, JOHN JOY, JAMES ILLEGALLY DRIVING AWAY A FOAL 30TH. AUG. THE PROPERTY OF A MAN NAMED LITTLE & 2 HORSES THE PROPERTY OF JOHN HARRIS 18 OCT 1858 DISMISSED WITHOUT COSTS
MONAHAN, JOHN BURNS, JOHN ILLEGALLY RESCUING CATTLE ON 26TH ULTIMO. 16.08.159 DISMISSED
MONAHAN, JOHN BURNS, PATRICK AIDING & ABETTING IN THE RESCUE OF CATTLE (SEE JOHN MONAHAN V. JOHN BURNS) DISMISSED
MOONIE, JAMES ROBERTS, LEONARD DESTROYING BY FIRE SOME POST IN A FENCE AT KEILOR PLAINS ON THE NIGHT OF THE 20 AUG 1858. 20 SEP 1858 5 PENALTY 2 COSTS
MOONIE, MARY TIERNEY, THOMAS ASSAULTING AND BEATING OF HER WITH STONES ON FRIDAY, 2ND INST. AT HER OWN RESIDENCE, KEILOR PLAINS. 12 JUL 1858 ADJOURNED TO MONDAY NEXT 19TH. JULY. (19 JUL 1858 FINDED 1 OR 48 HRS. IMP. AND BOUND OVER IN TWO ?? HIMSELF AND ANOTHER IN 25 TO KEEP THE PEACE FOR 6 MONTHS)
MOONIE, MARY CANNON ?, MURTY BEATING & ....? THE DWELLING OF COMPLAINANT ON THE MORN OF THE 3RD. 03 MAY 1858 DISMISSED
MOSEBY, CHARLES APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. LIVE & LET LIVE. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
MURRAY, JAMES GOUDIE, MATTHEW CLAIM FOR THE BALANCE OF THE PRICE OF A LOAD OF WOOD SOLD FOR 30/- BALANCE OF 20/- DUE. 02 SEP 1863 AWARD 1.00 & 1/- COSTS
MUSNELL ??, WILLIAM BEARDMORE, SAMPSON ASSAULT ON MONDAY 24TH AUGUST AT THE JUNCTION HOTEL. 13 MAY 1858 COMPLAINANT NOT APPEARING. THE CASE WAS DISMISSED WITH COST OF 1 IN FAVOUR OF DEFENDANT
NOLAN, JAMES CONNOLLY, PATRICK DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. 24.12.1862 2-3 FINE AND 5/- COSTS
NOLAN, JAMES CONNOLLY, BRIDGET ABUSIVE AND THREATENING LANGUAGE IN A PUBLIC PLACE. 24.12.1862 FINED 5/- COSTS 5/-
O'NEIL, WILLIAM KING, MRS. CLAIM FOR 6-3-6 ON ACCOUNT OF WORK DONE AS PER BILL. 18.01.1859 6-3-6 WITH 3 COSTS
O'NEIL, WILLIAM KING, MRS. CLAIM FOR 18-3-8 1/2 FOR GOODS SOLD AND DELIVERED AS PER BILL. 25.01.1859 DISMISSED 2-2 COSTS
O'NEIL, WILLIAM BELL, MARY UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT 13.01.1877 AT KEILOR. 31.01.1877 FINED 2 & 5-15-6 COSTS
O'NEIL, WILLIAM
APPLICATION FOR A RENEWAL OF SLAUGHTER HOUSE LICENCE FOR HIS PRIVATE RESIDENCE NEAR KEILOR. 05 FEB 1868 GRANTED
O'NEIL, WILLIAM ANDERSON, JAMES ASSAULT AT KEILOR ON THE 9TH JULY. 15 JUL 1881 FINED 10/- & 1-18-6 COSTS
O'NEIL, WILLIAM BELL, MARY MAKING USE OF OBSCENE LANGUAGE IN A PUBLIC PLACE 13TH. JANUARY AT KEILOR. 31.01.1877 FINED 10/- & 2-14-6 COSTS
O'NEIL, WILLIAM
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF HIS SLAUGHTERS LICENCE. 24.11.1869 GRANTED
O'NEIL, WILLIAM ROOTSEY, MARY ABUSIVE LANGUAGE IN A PUBLIC PLACE. KEILOR 25.05.1869. 09.06.1869 DISMISSED
O'NEIL, WILLIAM ANDERSON, JAMES ASSAULT 9TH. JULY AT KEILOR. 15.07.1881 FINED
O'NEIL, WILLIAM HAGGER, JOSEPH GRAZING EXCESSIVE STOCK ON FARMERS COMMON. 25.06.1862 ADJOURNED. LATER DISMISSED
O'NEIL, WILLIAM HAGGER, JOSEPH PASTURING STOCK ON COMMON ILLEGALLY. 23.07.1862 FINED 10/- COSTS 1-12-8
O'NEIL, WILLIAM CAHILL, ELIZABETH FOR INSULTING LANGUAGE & INDECENT BEHAVIOR TO THE COMPLAINANT ON THE 12TH. INST. 25.10.1858 DISMISSED
PALMER, JULIA E. JOY, JAMES ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON 22 OCT 1858 AT DEFENDANTS PREMISES. KNOCKING HER DOWN WITH A BLOW OF HIS FIST. 14 DEC 1858 DISMISSED
PALMER, JULIA E. JOY, JAMES ASSAULTING HER ON THE 22 OCT 1858 IN HIS OWN HOUSE, KOROROIT CREEK. 7TH DEC 1858 NO APPEARANCE OF DEFENDANT. SUMMONS TO BE ISSUED
PHELAN, PATRICK CALLAGHAN, BRIDGET (ARRESTED ON WARRANT) ABSCONDING FROM THE HIRED SERVICE OF HER MASTER, PHELAN, NR. KEILOR 27TH. NOVEMBER, 1869. 22.12.1869 DISCHARGED
PHILLIPS, JOHN MERSUE ??, VICKS STEALING ONE PAIR BOOTS FROM JOHN PHILLIPS AT BROADMEADOWS ABOUT 1ST OF NOVEMBER. 22.11.1859 REMANDED TO MELBOURNE ON ACCOUNT OF THE LOCK UP AT KEILOR BEING OF IRON AND UNFIT FOR KEEPING A PRISONER FOR ONE WEEK.
PITCHES, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. FARMERS HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
POLICE CONNOLLY, DANIEL BREAKING WINDOW IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL ON 25 SEP 1864. DAMAGES. 12 OCT 1864. FINED 1/-. DAMAGES 8d. COSTS 5/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK
POLICE HICKEY, MAURICE DRUNK & DISORDERLY ON MONDAY 18TH APRIL. 19.08.1859 FINED 1 OR 48 HOURS IMPRISONMENT IN DEFAULT. (WENT TO PRISON)
POLICE FOX, JOHN ALLWING HIS PIGS TO WANDER ABOUT IN TOWNSHIP. 01 OCT 1862 FINE 1/- COSTS 2/6
POLICE HARRICK, JOHN AT KEILOR ON THE 28TH. NOV. 1879 DID CRUELLY ILLTREAT A DOG. 30.01.1880 ADJOURNED
POLICE HARRICK, JOHN AT KEILOR ON THE 28TH. NOV. 1879 DID CRUELLY ILLTREAT A DOG. 27.02.1880 STRUCK OUT. NO APPEARANCE OF POLICE
POLICE CONNOLLY, DAVID BREAKING A WINDOW IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL. 25 APR 1864.
POLICE CONNOLLY, PATRICK BREAKING WINDOW IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL ON 25 SEP 1864. DAMAGES. 12 OCT 1864. FINED 1/-. DAMAGES 8d. COSTS 5/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK
POLICE CONNOLLY, PATRICK BREAKING A WINDOW IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL. 25 APR 1864. FINED 1/- DAMAGE 8d. COSTS 5/-
POLICE ROBINSON, MARY DAMAGING THE PROPERTY TO WIT A PANE OF GLASS IN THE HOUSE OF WILLIAM SAVAGE AT KEILOR ON TH 15TH INST. 25 JUN 1873 DISMISSED
POLICE CONNOLLY, B DRUNK. 21.01.1863 FINED 5/-
POLICE McCLUSKY, HENRY BREAKING WINDOW IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL ON 25 SEP 1864. DAMAGES. 12 OCT 1864. FINED 1/-. DAMAGES 8d. COSTS 5/- IN DEFAULT 1 WEEK
PRICE, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. GALLOWAY ARMS. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
PURCELL, (MOUNTED CONS.?) MOONEY, PATRICK FELONIOUSLY & UNLAWFULLY CARNALLY KNOWING AND ABUSING MARGARET DONNELLY A GIRL UNDER 10 YEARS OF AGE. 18 JAN 1863 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL TO THE NEXT GENERAL SESSIONS ON 01 OCT 1863
QUEEN WILSON, JOHN CHARLES STEALING A BAG OF POLL.....? VALUED IN 6/- JANUARY 1871 AT KEILOR. 18.01.1871 TO BE IMPRISONED FOR 3 MONTHS IN MELBOURNE JAIL.
QUEEN STEWART, JAMES JOY STEALING A BROWN FILLY THE PROPERTY OF A MAN NAMED LYTTLETON IN CHARGE OF JOHN MONAGHAN OF KOROROIT CREEK ON OR ABOUT THE 25 SEP 1858. ADJ. TO MON 22ND. AT 10 AM. (DISCHARGE 22 SEP)
QUEEN STEPHENS, WILLIAM (ALIAS WILLIAM TURNER) STEALING A BAG OF POLL.....? VALUED IN 6/- JANUARY 1871 AT KEILOR. 18.01.1871 TO BE IMPRISONED FOR 3 MONTHS IN MELBOURNE JAIL.
QUEEN SHEBLER, AUGUSTUS & MRS. ILLEGALLY SELLING SPIRITS. 07.05.1862 TRANSFERRED TO ESSENDON
QUEEN CANTWELL, HONORA & E ILLEGALLY SELLING SPIRITS. 07.05.1862 TRANSFERRED TO ESSENDON
QUEEN JOY, JAMES STEALING A BROWN FILLY THE PROPERTY OF A MAN NAMED LYTTLETON IN CHARGE OF JOHN MONAGHAN OF KOROROIT CREEK ON OR ABOUT THE 25 SEP 1858. ADJ. TO MON 22ND. AT 10 AM. (DISCHARGE 22 SEP)
QUEEN STEPHENS, WILLIAM (ALIAS WILLIAM TURNER) STEALING A QUANTITY OF TEA, TOBACCO AND TWEEDS VALUED IN 60 ON OR ABOUT THE 3RD JULY 1871 FROM THE WAREHOUSE OF FOGARTY BROTHERS, LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. 18.01.1871 REMANDED TO MELBOURNE FOR THE 25TH. INST.
QUEEN CAHILL, THOMAS ATTEMPTING TO STAB CONS. JONES WHILE IN THE EXECUTION OF HIS DUTY WITH INTENT TO COMMIT MURDER OR DO GRIEVIOUS BODILY HARM. 27.03.1861 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL TO THE NEXT CRIMINAL SESSIONS AT THE SUPREME COURT, MELBOURNE.
QUEEN WILSON, JOHN CHARLES STEALING A QUANTITY OF TEA, TOBACCO AND TWEEDS VALUED IN 60 ON OR ABOUT THE 3RD JULY 1871 FROM THE WAREHOUSE OF FOGARTY BROTHERS, LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. 18.01.1871 REMANDED TO MELBOURNE FOR THE 25TH. INST.
QUEEN CAHILL, THOMAS ON WARRANT FOR DISOBEYING A SUMMONS FOR PERJURY. 27.03.1861 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL TO THE NEXT CRIMINAL SESSIONS AT THE SUPREME COURT, MELBOURNE.
QUEEN CANTWELL, HONORA ILLEGALLY SELLING SPIRITS. 09.04.1862 WITHDRAWN
QUEEN FLYNN, BRIAN (ALIAS RUSSELL) ENTERING THE HOUSE OF MARY HASSED KEILOR ON THE NIGHT OF THE 22ND AND STEALING THERE UPON 35/-. 05 DEC 1867 DISCHARGED
QUEEN ELY, R. G. COMMITTING WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY 7TH. JULY, 1869 IN THE CASE OF TAYLOR V. PHELAN. 04.08.1869 ADJOURNED 07.08.1869
QUEEN FLYNN, BRIAN (ALIAS RUSSELL) ENTERING THE HOUSE OF MATTHEW GOUDIE ON THE NIGHT OF THE 22ND JULY 1867 BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 11 PM. OF THE NIGHT OF THE 22ND. AND 4 AM. THE MORNING OF THE 23RD. AND STEALING ....... 1 BOTTLE WINE AND 1 BOTTLE PORTER. VALUE 10/-. 05 DEC 1867 SENTENCED TO THE IMPRISONMENT IN MELBOURNE GAOL FOR TWO MONTHS WITH HARD LABOUR.
QUEEN ELY, R. G. COMMITTING WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY 7TH. JULY, 1869 IN THE CASE OF TAYLOR V. PHELAN. 07.08.1869 DISMISSED
QUEEN CANTWELL, HONORA ILLEGALLY SELLILNG 2 GLASSES OF BRANDY 28TH. DEC. 1860. 23.01.1861
QUEEN FLYNN, BRIAN (ALIAS RUSSELL) ILLEGALLY ON THE PREMISES OF ONE MARY HASSETT AT NIGHT OF THE 22ND. 05 FEB 1867 SENTENCED TO THE IMPRISONMENT IN MELBOURNE GAOL FOR TWO MONTHS WITH HARD LABOUR.
QUIGLEY, CONS. McSHANE, PATRICK DRUNK & DISORDERLY USING OBSCENE LANGUAGE AND EXCITING WORDS AT THE ELDORADO HOTEL, KEILOR ON THE 3RD. INST. 08.02.1859 FINED 1 OR 48 HOURS. FINED 2 OR 4 DAYS. COSTS. 12/6 TOTAL 3-12-6
QUIGLEY, CONS. McKINZEY, DUNCAN DRUNK AND ASSAULTING THE SERVANT OF JOSEPH BALL ALSO ASSAULTING THE POLICE IN THE EXECUTION OF HIS DUTY, TEARING A PAIR OF TROUSERS, 1. 24.11.1858 REMANDED TO THE 30TH. INST.
QUIGLEY, CONS. McKENZIE, DUNCAN CHARGED WITH BEING DRUNK ON THE 12TH. INST. VIOLENTLY ASSAULTING CONSTABLE QUIGLEY AND TEARING HIS TROUSERS WHILE IN THE ACT OF TAKING HIM TO THE LOCK UP ON WEDNESDAY THE 24TH. INST. VALUE OF THE TROUSERS 2. 30.11.1858 2 PENALTY 1 DAMAGES IN DEFAULT 6 DAYS.
QUIGLEY, CONS. HEALY, MRS. 1. BEING DRUNK AND DISORDERLY IN KEILOR SUNDAY 6TH INST. 2. USING OBSCENE LANGUAGE IN SAME PLACE, KEILOR. 3. RESISTING CONS. QUIGLEY IN THE DISCHARGE OF HIS DUTY, SAME DATE AND PLACE. 08 FEB 1859 FINED 1 OR 48 HOURS IMPRISONMENT ON EACH CHARGE.
QUIGLEY, CONS. STAFFORD, ELIZABETH VAGRANCY. 23 SEP 1858 21 DAYS IMPRISONMENT
QUIGLEY, CONS. ROBINSON, JOHN DRUNK & WANDERING ABOUT WITHOUT A HOME ON THE 3RD. INST. KEILOR. 06.09.1858 COMMITTED TO MELBOURNE GAOL FOR 14 DAYS.
REGINA FOGARTY, PATRICK ASSAULTING MAURICE CASEY ON THE 4TH. INST. AT STONEY CREEK IN PURSUANCE OF A CONSPIRACY TO RAISE WAGES. 13 SEP 1858 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL 15TH. OCT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS
REGINA SMITH, ROBERT ASSAULTING MAURICE CASEY ON THE 4TH. INST. AT STONEY CREEK IN PURSUANCE OF A CONSPIRACY TO RAISE WAGES. 13 SEP 1858 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL 15TH. OCT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS
REGINA HEWSON, JOHN ASSAULTING MAURICE CASEY ON THE 4TH. INST. AT STONEY CREEK IN PURSUANCE OF A CONSPIRACY TO RAISE WAGES. 13 SEP 1858 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL 15TH. OCT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS
REGINA MURRAY, PATRICK ASSAULTING MAURICE CASEY ON THE 4TH. INST. AT STONEY CREEK IN PURSUANCE OF A CONSPIRACY TO RAISE WAGES. 13 SEP 1858 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL 15TH. OCT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS
REGINA McELROY, JOHN ASSAULT ON WED. THE 1ST. INST. AT STONEY CREEK IN PURSUANCE OF A CONSPIRACY TO RAISE WAGES. 6 SEP 1858 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL 15TH. OCT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS
REID, BRIDGET CONNOLLY, BRIDGET ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. 22.05.1871 NO APPEARANCE
REID, JOHN CONNELLY, PATRICK ILLEGALLY DETAINING KID VALUED AT 10/-. 28.08.1872 DISMISSED
REID, JOHN & BRIDGET JONES, MARGARET EDWARDS, MARY ANN VIOLENT ASSAULT ON COMP. BRIDGET REID 28 NOV 1864. 07 DEC 1864 FINED EACH 2.10 COSTS 2.2 (NOTE.. THE TWO DEFENDANTS STATED THAT THEY HAVE NO GOODS IN WHICH TO PAY. THEY ARE COMMITTED TO GAOL FOR TWO MONTHS EACH. P. PHELAN J.P.)
REID, JOHN & BRIDGET EDWARDS, MARY ANN STEALING, TAKING AND CARRYING AWAY A PURSE CONTAINING ONE POUND NOTE AND ONE HALF SOVEREIGN AND ONE SIX PENCE. 07 DEC 1864 DISCHARGED
RITCHIE, MALCOLM HAYENY?, JOHN & EDW. ASSAULTING THE COMP. ON 11 AUG INST. AT THE INVERNESS HOTEL DEEP CREEK ROAD. 31 AUG 1864 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL TO THE CRIMINAL SESSION IN THE 15TH. INST. BAIL AND TWO SURETIES.
ROBINSON, JAMES CLEARY, LAWRENCE CUTTING GREEN TIMBER ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. 1858 FINED 1 & 1 COSTS
ROBINSON, JAMES LEWIS, GEORGE CUTTING GREEN TIMBER ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. 1858 FINT 1 & 1 COSTS
ROBINSON, MARY SAVAGE, WILLIAM CLAIM FOR 9-7-6 FOR WORK AND LABOUR DONE. 17 SEP 1873 ADJOURNED FOR ONE MONTH.
ROBINSON, MARY FOLEY, JOHN ASSAULTING COMPL. ON 26TH NOV NEAR KEILOR. 10 DEC 1873 NO APPEARANCE. DISMISSED
ROBINSON, MARY FOLEY, BRIDGET (SNR) & FOLEY, BRIDGET (JNR) & FOLEY, MARIA RESCUING CATTLE FROM COMPL. 26TH. NOV NEAR KEILOR. 10 DEC 1873 NO APPEARANCE. DISMISSED
ROGERS, CONS. JOHN RYAN, PATRICK FURIOUS DRIVING OVER KEILOR BRIDGE CONTRARY TO THE ACT. 19 AUG 1858 FINED TWO POUNDS AND 4/6 COSTS
ROLFE, DAVID FITZGERALD, JOHN STABBING WITH A KNIFE IN THE HAND. 02 MAR 1864 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL AT THE GENERAL SESSIONS ON FRIDAY 1ST APRIL AT MELBOURNE. BAIL ALLOWED. ONE SURETY IN 50 HIMSELF IN THE SAME AMOUNT
ROLFE, DAVID FITZGERALD, JOHN ILLEGALLY RESCUING 5 PIGS ON THE 20 FEB 1864 ON THE PREMISES OF COMP. 02 MAR 1864 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL AT THE GENERAL SESSIONS AT MELBOURNE ON FRIDAY 1ST APRIL. BAIL ALLOWED - TWO SURETIES IN 15 FOR ONE IN 30 HIMSELF IS DOUBLE THE AMOUNT
ROLFE, DAVID FITZGERALD, JOHN CANTWELL, MICHAEL RESCUING CATTLE ON 10 FEB 1864 KEILOR PLAINS. EIGHT PIGS DISMISSED
ROLFE, DAVID CANTWELL, MICHAEL THREATENING & ABUSIVE LANGUAGE TO COMPLAINANT 10 FEB 1864. KEILOR PLAINS DISMISSED WITH 2.2
ROLFE, DAVID FITZGERALD, JOHN CLAIM FOR 8 TRESSPASS OF 8 PIGS. 02 MAR 1864 2 TO BE PAID BY DEF. WITHOUTH COSTS
ROOTSEY, EBENEZER STRACHAN, JOHN ASSAULTING COMPLAINANT ON THE 19 NOV 1867. 11 DEC 1867 NO APPEARANCE. WARRANT TO BE ISSUED.
ROOTSEY, EBENEZER
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE TO OBTAIN A BEER LICENCE FOR HIS HOUSE. KEILOR. 23 DEC 1868 GRANTED
ROOTSEY, MARY FLOWER, JAMES CLAIM FOR GOODS SOLD AND DELIVERED 10-13-9. 29.03.1871 DISMISSED
ROOTSEY, MARY McKINLEY, THOMAS DAMAGING COMPLAINANT'S PROPERTY 23.08.1873 AT KEILOR. 17.09.1873 FINED 10/- AND 10/-
ROOTSEY, MARY McKINLEY, THOMAS THREATENING LANGUAGE IN A PUBLIC PLACE 21.08.1873 AT KEILOR. 17.09.1873 FINED 4 & 1-12-6 COSTS
ROOTSEY, MARY FLOWER, JAMES CLAIM FOR GOODS SOLD AND DELIVERED 10-13-9. 18.02.1871 ADJOURNED
ROOTSEY, MARY McKINLEY, CATH THREATENING LANGUAGE IN A PUBLIC PLACE 21.08.1873 AT KEILOR. 17.09.1873 NO APPEARANCE
ROOTSEY, MARY
APPLICATION FOR A LICENSE FOR HER HOUSE SITUATED AT KEILOR OCCUPIED BY HERSELF AND CONTAINING 6 ROOMS BESIDES THOSE OCCUPIED BY HERSELF. 21.06.1871 ADJOURNED. GRANTED 20.12.1871
ROSCOE, SARAH PRIESTMAN, ALFRED REFUSING TO SUPPORT OR CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUPPORT OF HIS ILLEGIMATE CHILD. 03 AUG 1864. AWARD 6/- A WEEK FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE CHILD WITH 2.2 COSTS.
ROSCOE, SARAH PRIESTMAN, ALFRED DISOBEYING ORDER OF COURT FOR THE SUPPORT OF CHILD. 12 OCT 1864 NO APPEARANCE OF EITHER PARTY
ROSS, JOHN M. McKINLEY, THOMAS CLAIM 2-15-6 FOR VAUE OCCD. & ACKNOWLEDGED. 03.05.1859 SETTLED OUT OF COURT
ROSS, MARY SMITH, MRS. ASSAULT & BATTERY ON THE 31 DEC 1858 VIOLENTLY STRIKING AND KICKING, AT HER OWN HOUSE KEILOR PLAINS. 11 JAN 1859 FINE 8. 6 TO BE PAID NOW AND 2 ON TUES. 25TH. INST. FURTHER MUTUALLY AGREED THAT THE WAGES DUE 4-5-6 TO BE PAID AT THE SAME TIME. 2 AND THE AGREEMENT CANCELLED
SEAL, LEWIS DUNBAR
APPLIES FOR A REFRESHING LICENSE IRISH ...? 18.03.1863 GRANTED
SEULING, HENRY ROOTSEY, MARY UNLAWFULLY AND MALICIOUSLY THROWING DOWN A FENCE ERECTED BY COMPL. ON HIS LAND AT KEILOR 1ST AUGUST 1875. 18 AUG 1875 ADJOURNED FOR 4 WEEKS ON PAYMENT OF 2-2 COSTS TO COMP. (15 SEP 1875 DISMISSED WITH 2-2 COSTS)
SEULING, PATRICK McSHANE, PATRICK ILLEGALLY DETAINING A GOAT, PROPERTY OF COMPLAINANT. 17.08.1870 ORDERED TO DELIVER THE GOAT AND 6/6 COSTS IN DEFAULT TO PAY 15/- AND 6/6 COSTS.
SHARPE, THOMAS M. APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. ESSENDON HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
SHIRE COUNCIL HARRIS, MARGARET BEING OWNER OF ONE UNREGISTERED DOG AT KEILOR ON THE 7TH. INST. 22.07.1874 NO APPEARANCE.
SHIRE COUNCIL HARTON, THOMAS BEING OWNER OF ONE UNREGISTERED DOG AT KEILOR ON THE 7TH. INST. 22.07.1874 NO APPEARANCE.
SHIRE COUNCIL SHOEBERG, MRS. BEING OWNER OF ONE UNREGISTERED DOG AT KEILOR ON THE 19TH. INST. 22.07.1874 NO APPEARANCE.
SKILLING, THOMAS SKILLING, LOUISA CLANCY, MICHAEL USING ABUSIVE AND THREATENING LANGUAGE TO LOUISA SKILLING AND PUTTING HER IN BODILY FEAR, JAN 1866 ORDERED TO BE BOUND OVER HIMSELF IN THE SUM OF 20 TO KEEP THE PEACE FOR SIX MONTHS AND TO PAY 10/- COSTS
SMITH, WILLIAM McINTYRE, JAMES ASSAULT ON 22ND. INST. 29.04.1863 FINED 1 AND COSTS 7/6
SPEARY, WILLIAM MANSFIELD, JOSEPH ILLEGALLY DRIVING 12 HEAD OF CATTLE OFF THE HOLDEN COMMON ON THE 3RD DAY OF AUGUST LAST. 07 SEP 1865 DISCHARGED WITH 1-1 COSTS.
STAINES, AMELIA GRIFFITHS, BRIDGET UNLAWFUL ASSAULT ON COMPLAINANT 24.06.1875 AT KEILOR. 23.06.1875 FINED
STAINES, CATH GRIFFITHS, BRIDGET UNLAWFUL ASSAULT ON COMPLAINANT 24.06.1875 AT KEILOR. 23.06.1875 FINED
STAINES, ROSE GRIFFITHS, RICHARD PUTTING IN BODILY FEAR 10.06.1875 AT KEILOR. 23.06.1875 BOUND OVER.
STAINES, ROSE GRIFFITHS, BRIDGET ASSAULT AT KEILOR ON THE 9TH OCT 1880. 05 NOV 1880 FINED 2 AND 2/6 COSTS.
STEELE, CONS. CANTWELL, JOHN PERMITTING THE ILLEGAL SALE OF ONE GLASS OF GIN TO A REVENUE OFFICER ON THE 14TH. MARCH 1862 ON THE PREMISES... 09.04.1862
STEELE, CONS. HASSETT, JAMES DRUNK. 12.03.1862 DISMISSED WITH CAUTION
STEELE, CONS. HASSETT, JAMES DRUNK & INCAPABLE. 12.03.1862 DISCHARGED WITH A CAUTION.
STEWART, JAMES COOPER BALL, JOSEPH ASSAULTING AND STRIKING WITH HIS FIST JAMES COOPER STEWART. DAMAGE CLAIMED 20. SUNDAY 19TH. INST. 27.09.1858 FINE 10 DAMAGES AND BOUND OVER TO TAKE UP THE PEACE HIMSELF IN 25 AND ONE SURETY ON THE SECURITY.
TAYLOR, WILLIAM PHELAN, PATRICK MAKING USE OF CERTAIN ABUSIVE AND INSULTING WORDS TO COMPLAINANT IN A PUBLIC PLACE 29.05.1869. 07.07.1869 FINED 5.5 IN DEFAULT 3 MTHS.
TAYLOR, WILLIAM PHELAN, PATRICK MAKING USE OF CERTAIN ABUSIVE AND INSULTING WORDS TO COMPLAINANT IN A PUBLIC PLACE 29.05.1869. 23.06.1869. ADJOURNED TO 7TH. JULY
TENNIEL, JAMES JONES, JANE EXPOSING HER INFANT CHILD ON THE NIGHT OF THE 9TH. SEPTEMBER, 1858. NEAR THE LIVE AND LET LIVE HOTEL. 27.09.1858 DISCHARGED
TOOGOOD, STEPHEN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. WAGONERS ARMS HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
TOOHEY, OWEN HARRICK, JAMES ILLEGALLY DETAINING WOOD, VALUE 5. 17 FEB 1864 DISMISSED WITH 5/- COSTS TO DEF.
TROTMAN, JOSEPH APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. BEECH TREE HOTEL. 18.06.1862 ADJOURNED
TYLER, JAMES APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. RAILWAY INN. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
ULRIDGE, STEPHEN BELL, SAMUEL AT KEILOR ON THE 30TH JUNE, DID NOT SENT TO SCHOOL FOR THIRTY DAYS IN QUARTER ENDING ON THAT DAY HIS CHILD RICHARD. 02 SEP 1885 FINED 5/- & 2/6 COSTS
ULRIDGE, STEPHEN BELL, SAMUEL AT KEILOR ON THE 30TH JUNE, DID NOT SENT TO SCHOOL FOR THIRTY DAYS IN QUARTER ENDING ON THAT DAY HIS CHILD JAMES. 02 SEP 1885 FINED 4/- & 2/6 COSTS.
WALSH, PATRICK DODD, GEORGE WAGES CLAIM 3-14-9. 14.12.1858 WALSH TO RECEIVE 3-12-6
WATKINS, WILLIAM CAHILL, THOMAS TRESPASS & DRIVING HORSES ABOUT ON THE GROUND OF COMPLAINANT 29TH. INST. 08.11.1858 2 PENALTY & 1 COSTS
WATKINS, WILLIAM CAHILL, THOMAS TRESPASS & DRIVING HORSES ABOUT ON THE GROUND OF COMPLAINANT 29TH. INST. 01.11.1858 ADJOURNED TO MONDAY NEXT.
WEBB, RICHARD GERRATTY, PATRICK CLAIM FOR 41 FOR WAGES FROM 25.12.1857 TO 25.12.1858. 04.01.1859 TO PAY 10 IMMEDIATELY WITH COSTS 3 AND 31 IN 10 DAYS
WEIDNER, SEN. CONS. CANTWELL, JOHN KEEPING A DISORDERLY HOUSE. 27.11.1861 LICENCE CANCELLED
WELL, WILLIAM PAGE MILBURN, DAVID ASSAULTING COMPLAIN. ON THE 19 MAY AT KEILOR. 25 MAY 1870 DISMISSED
WHITE, THOMAS LETHBRIDGE, RICHARD VIOLENT ASSAULT 24 APR 1862. 7 MAY 1862 POSTPONED TILL MONDAY MAY 12TH TO ESSENDON BENCH BY CONSENT
WILKS, MOMFORD REYNOLDS, ENOCH FAILING TO PAY CLAIM 2-19-4 DAMAGES RECEIVED FROM ....? 29 MAR 1859 NO APPEARANCE OF EITHER COMPLAINANT OR DEFENDANT
WILSON, ALEXANDER FINDLAY, EDWARD C. ILLEGALLY DETAINING A HORSE AND CART FOR SALE ON THE 1ST. INST. AT THE KEILOR TOLL GATE ON THE PROPERTY OF THE COMPLAINANT. 02.11.1858 5/- FINE & 2.10 COSTS
WILSON, JOHN APP. FOR PUBLICANS LIC. MOONEE PONDS HOTEL. 12.06.1860 GRANTED
WILSON, ROBERT AGENT OF THOMAS WEBB MASTER IN EQUITY BELL, SAMUEL EJECTMENT RE: DWELLING HOUSE PREMISES AND LAND AT KEILOR. 20.01.1885 WARRANT TO INSURE EVICTION 30 DAYS.
WOOD, CONS. GREEN, JOHANNA LUNACY. 12 DEC 1866 REMANDED TO MELBOURNE GAOL FOR ONE WEEK FOR MEDICAL INQUIRY.
WRIGHT, JANE BEATON, DAVID THREATENING TO TAKE COMPLAINANTS LIFE AT KEILOR, DEC. 16, 1869. 19.01.1871 NO APPEARANCE
WRIGHT, JOSEPH BEATON, DAVID THREATENING TO TAKE COMPLAINANT'S LIFE AT KEILOR, 16.12.1869. 19.01.1870 NO APPEARANCE
WRIGHT, THOMAS BEATON, DAVID THREATENING THE LIFE OF COMPL. ON 28TH APRIL 1874 AT KEILOR. 27 MAY 1874 TO BE BOUND OVER IN THE SUM OF 50 AND TWO SURITIES IN 25 FOR 6 MONTHS. (FAILING TO FIND THE REQUIRED SURETIES. BEATON WAS SENT TO GAOL THE SAME DAY.)

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