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101
Murder charge
Murder charge
Includes some information about the murder of Aubrey John DeVere SHORT 
 
102
Narrow escape from drowning.
Orange, Tuesday.
Narrow escape from drowning. Orange, Tuesday.
A young man named John Ward had a narrow escape from drowning in the Summer Hill Creek on Sunday morning. He and another young man named Stanley Mutton, both employed by Mr H. D. O'Brien, were taking food out to the farm owned by the last named on Summer Hill Creek, near Rosedale.

When they reached the second crossing they found the water running swiftly, and bank high, but essayed to cross it. When well in the creek their pony lost its footing, and Mutton went into the water to help it. While thus employed Ward, who was, unable to swim, was washed out of the sulky and sank. Mutton secured him, however, and managed to get him to tho bank. The pony was drowned, and the sulky washed down the creek. 
 
103
New Manager for State Land Bank
New Manager for State Land Bank
 
 
104
NEWMAN, Percy Robert
NEWMAN, Percy Robert
Multiple funeral notices 
 
105
NEWMAN, Percy Robert
NEWMAN, Percy Robert
Newspaper article from the New Zealand newspaper (Evening Star) from 3 Aug 1914. Article records the inquest to a fire at the Club Hotel in The Bluff, New Zealand where 3 persons died.

Percy Robert NEWMAN is reported to have been a barman and resided at the Hotel. No mention of his wife, Martha Aimee NEWMAN (nee SHORT) 
 
106
NICHELSEN, Colin Frank
NICHELSEN, Colin Frank
Article on coroner's report. 
 
107
Nine Bribie People Fined
Nine Bribie People Fined
Nine Bribie Island residents were fined ?5 each, in default of a month's imprisonment, in the Caboolture Police Court yesterday, on charges of having had in their possession property belonging to the Royal Australian Navy suspected of having been unlawfully obtained. 
 
108
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
109
O'BRIEN, Mary
O'BRIEN, Mary
Report of death in gaol. 
 
110
Passenger Injured
Passenger Injured
Overturning Car Knocks Bowser 
 
111
PERSONAL
Monday 1 November 1926
PERSONAL Monday 1 November 1926
 
 
112
Plan on wheat
Plan on wheat
 
 
113
POLICE COURT - ADELAIDE
Saturday, December 17
POLICE COURT - ADELAIDE Saturday, December 17
[Before Mr. S. Beddinem P.M.]
Edwin Short was charged with being a dangerous lunatic. It was stated in evidence that the defendant fired off a revolver from the window of his lodgings in Compton-street on Friday night. When a policeman went to arrest the defendant he found him running about with a sword in his hand in a very excited manner. He also had a butcher's knife in his possesion. Mr. Beddome said as the police would take care to look after the weapons Short could go. 
 
114
Police Court - Fair Rents Court
Police Court - Fair Rents Court
re SHORT, John Charles
Newcastle Morning Herald
22 Jan 1943 
 
115
Police Court - Fair Rents Court
Police Court - Fair Rents Court
re SHORT, John Charles William
Newcastle Morning Herald
29 Jan 1943 
 
116
Prisoners Sentenced
Prisoners Sentenced
Fraud and Valueless Cheques 
 
117
Probate & Administration - James Henry SHORT
Probate & Administration - James Henry SHORT
 
 
118
Public Notice
Public Notice
 
 
119
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
re GRILLS, James & BRIDGE, Alice Louisa Emily
Maitland Mercury
6 Feb 1883 
 
120
Quirindi Murder
Quirindi Murder
Covers the sentancing of George Toffts. 
 
121
QUIRINDI TRAGEDY
QUIRINDI TRAGEDY
Very interesting article that covers evidence given at an inquest of the death of Eliza Maud FLETCHER in Quirindi. 
 
122
Railway Man's Death
Railway Man's Death
Article that tells of the death of Patrick Joseph CALLAGHAN 
 
123
Record harvest likely in Queensland
Record harvest likely in Queensland
 
 
124
SHORT - HAYES
SHORT - HAYES
Marriage announcement 
 
125
SHORT - HOHENHOUSE
SHORT - HOHENHOUSE
 
 
126
SHORT - WHEELER
SHORT - WHEELER
Marriage notice from the Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 24 Dec 1881. 
 
127
SHORT, Alexander
SHORT, Alexander
Obituary 
 
128
SHORT, Alfred Caesar
SHORT, Alfred Caesar
The Bathurst Child Murder Case 
 
129
SHORT, Arthur William Foster
SHORT, Arthur William Foster
Funeral notice 
 
130
SHORT, Augustus
SHORT, Augustus
The Grantham Journal reports on the death of the Right Reverend Augustus Short. 
 
131
SHORT, Augustus Penton & HAUGHTON, Edith Anne
SHORT, Augustus Penton & HAUGHTON, Edith Anne
Marriage announcement from the Dundee Courier - 20 Jul 1875 
 
132
SHORT, Captain William
SHORT, Captain William
Newspaper article that details the death of Captain William SHORT in Wellington, NEW ZEALAND 
 
133
SHORT, Charles Ebenezer
SHORT, Charles Ebenezer
Funeral notice 
 
134
SHORT, Charles William
SHORT, Charles William
A Treatise on the Disposition and Duties of Out-Posts
Written by Charles William Short, Colonel Coldstream Guards 
 
135
SHORT, Colin Thomas
SHORT, Colin Thomas
Report on illness of Colin Thomas SHORT 
 
136
SHORT, David
SHORT, David
Newspaper article listing David SHORT as being the Chief Engineer aboard the SS Gothenburg that went down on the Barrier Reef in 1875 
 
137
SHORT, Ebenezer
SHORT, Ebenezer
Funeral notice 
 
138
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
A Serious Charge - Sydney Friday. 
 
139
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
Accused remanded for a week 
 
140
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
Alleged Malpractice - Sydney Monday. 
 
141
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
A YOUNG WOMAN'S DEATH

An Inquest Ordered 
 
142
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
A Suspicious Death 
 
143
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
That Suspicious Death 
 
144
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
Murder in Sydney 
 
145
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
Charge of murder 
 
146
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
The Edith Short Case 
 
147
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
The Death of Edith Short
Widgery and McGifford on trial 
 
148
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
The Death of Edith Short
The Accused Convicted 
 
149
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
Edith Short's Death
Prisoners Sentenced 
 
150
SHORT, Edith Eva May
SHORT, Edith Eva May
Edith Short's Death
Statement by McGifford - Remarks by the judge 
 
151
SHORT, Elizabeth (nee HOBBS)
SHORT, Elizabeth (nee HOBBS)
Published information about the burial of Elizabeth SHORT in the Personal column of The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Sat 25 Mar 1911 Page 14  
 
152
SHORT, Elizabeth (nee HOBBS)
SHORT, Elizabeth (nee HOBBS)
Published information about the burial of Elizabeth SHORT in the Personal column of The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Sat 25 Mar 1911 Page 14  
 
153
SHORT, Frances Maud
SHORT, Frances Maud
Beechworth Police Court
Criminal Assault of Frances Maud SHORT 
 
154
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
Shooting with intent 
 
155
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
Fired point blank 
 
156
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
Shooting Charge - Committed for trial at Armidale 
 
157
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
SHORT, Herbert Stanley
Armidale Quarter Sessions - Friday 
 
158
SHORT, James
SHORT, James
Another victim has been added to that vice, intemperance, of the name of James Short. 
 
159
SHORT, James Alfred
SHORT, James Alfred
Newspaper article about court case where James Alfred SHORT was accused of carnally knowing his niece. 
 
160
SHORT, James Alfred vs STUDMAN, Doris Kathleen
SHORT, James Alfred vs STUDMAN, Doris Kathleen
Divorce Notice 
 
161
SHORT, James Herbert
SHORT, James Herbert
Funeral Notice 
 
162
SHORT, James Walter
SHORT, James Walter
 
 
163
SHORT, John
SHORT, John
On the 3rd March, John SHORT, beloved eldest sone of the late J. B. and Barbara Short, of Melbourne. (Private internment.) 
 
164
SHORT, John
SHORT, John
Death notice published in the Grantham Journal - Saturday 1 Apr 1854 
 
165
SHORT, John Garet
SHORT, John Garet
Report on suicide 
 
166
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
167
SHORT, Percy Albert Victor
SHORT, Percy Albert Victor
NOTE FORGERIES IN N.Z.

Four Men Charged. 
 
168
SHORT, Percy Albert Victor
SHORT, Percy Albert Victor
FORGED BANK NOTES

Conviction 
 
169
SHORT, Peter Leslie
SHORT, Peter Leslie
Carrier Found Dead
 
 
170
SHORT, Robert Keith
SHORT, Robert Keith
Newspaper article from the Brisbane Telegraph, Friday 16 Jul 1954 (page 10) 
 
171
SHORT, Ronald
SHORT, Ronald
Roll of Honour 
 
172
SHORT, Ronald
SHORT, Ronald
Roll of Honour 
 
173
SHORT, Samuel Edward
SHORT, Samuel Edward
Probate notice  
 
174
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
Report that death sentence was commuted to 10 years hard labour by the New South Wales Cabinet on the 25 Aug 1927. 
 
175
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
Report that a sentence of imprisonment for two years was delivered to Sydney Reginald Victor Short for assault on Kenneth John Middleton on 26 Dec 1938. 
 
176
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
Report that a charge against Sydney Reginald Victor Short for assault on a mentally handicapped woman on the 10 Apr 1927. 
 
177
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
Report of the pronounced death sentence on Sydney Reginald Victor Short for the rape of Mary Ann Johanna Hoins on 10 Apr 1927. 
 
178
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
SHORT, Sydney Reginald Victor
Report on the charges against Sydney Reginald Victor Short for having assaulted an 8 year old boy. 
 
179
SHORT, Thomas
SHORT, Thomas
Article in regards to Thomas SHORT and his relationship with Edith SIMS who was a prostitute and bore illegitimate children. Article confirms that Thomas SHORT drank himself to death circa 1881. 
 
180
SHORT, Thomas
SHORT, Thomas
Death notice in The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser (Heathcote, Vic. : 1863 - 1918) 
 
181
SHORT, Walter
SHORT, Walter
Funeral notice 
 
182
SHORT, William
SHORT, William
Probate notice 
 
183
SHORT, William
SHORT, William
Presentation to W. SHORT Esq.
The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Fri 13 Jul 1877 Page 2  
 
184
SHORT, William
SHORT, William
Bank advertisement in The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thu 5 Nov 1874 Page 3  
 
185
SHORT, William Lockey
SHORT, William Lockey
Probate notice 
 
186
SHORT, William Spicer & ROBENS, Hetty Rhoda
SHORT, William Spicer & ROBENS, Hetty Rhoda
Marriage Notice 
 
187
SHORTT, Herbert William
SHORTT, Herbert William
Article that records the return of Herbert William SHORTT as an elected Mayor of Eastbourne. 
 
188
SMYTHE, William Frederick Fortescue
SMYTHE, William Frederick Fortescue
SMYTHE.- On the 28th April, at South Terrace, William Frederick Smythe, aged 36 years. 
 
189
Stock and Station - The Drovers' Guide
Stock and Station - The Drovers' Guide
 
 
190
Stolen or Strayed
Stolen or Strayed
A Bay horse, black points, about fifteen hands high, and branded IR on the off shoulder. He had a saddle and bridle upon him when he disappeared. If strayed, ?1 reward will be paid to any person delivering the same to the undersigned. ?5 will be paid upon conviction of the theif, if stolen, to any person giving the necessary information.

Richard MUTTON 
 
191
SUDDEN DEATH OF S.A. LORD MAYOR
SUDDEN DEATH OF S.A. LORD MAYOR
 
 
192
Summons Division - Information Dismissed
Summons Division - Information Dismissed
re SHORT, John Charles William
Newcastle Morning Herald
9 Jul 1936 
 
193
Summons Division - Tenancy Matters
Summons Division - Tenancy Matters
re SHORT, John Charles William
Newcastle Morning Herald
14 May 1937 
 
194
SURPREME COURT
SURPREME COURT
Townsville, February 18, 1929 
 
195
SURPREME COURT - IN LUNACY
SURPREME COURT - IN LUNACY
In the matter of Edwin SHORT, a supposed lunatic. 
 
196
Sydney Gazette
Sydney Gazette
NOTICE, - The Public of Sydney are hereby most respectfully informed that the undersigned has opened a BUTCHER'S SHOP, 22 George-street, formerly occupied by Thomas Smithers, where MEAT, of all Description, and the very best Quality will be Disposed of at as Cheap a Rate as at any other Place in Town. The Advertiser will make it his business to merit his share of public patronage; and on Wednesday, the 9th instant, will commence business,
RICHARD MUTTON 
 
197
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert & DANSON, Frances
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert & DANSON, Frances
Wedding announcement in the Kalgoorlie Miner Newspaper 
 
198
TREVENA, Bessie Johns
TREVENA, Bessie Johns
Funeral notice 
 
199
Victoria Police Gazette
Victoria Police Gazette
Desertion of illegitimate child by Vernon Constantine KURRLE, accused by Isabel Florence SHORT. 
 
200
West Maitland Police Court
West Maitland Police Court
Assault
re GRILLS, James & BRIDGE, Alice Louisa Emily
Maitland Mercury
3 Nov 1891 
 

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