Early Australian Silversmiths

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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BENJAMIN HARRY PRICE

Melbourne


JEWELLER'S ASSISTANT CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY

The hearing of a charge of vagrancy which was brought against a young man named Henry Price, a jeweller's assistant, at the City Court last week, and adjourned to enable accused to bring witnesses on his behalf, was continued yesterday before Mr. Cressvvell, P.M.

Benjamin Henry Price, jeweller, father of accused, stated that his son had at times earned upwards of £1 a week from him. . On occasions his son would stay away from home for a month at a time.

Robert M'Farlane, jeweller, stated that during the past five years he had repeatedly noticed accused working for his father.

Mr. Cresswell said he thought the bench would not convict accused on the charge; they were of opinion that the police had every justification in
arresting him, as he had hung about the streets day and night.


Source: The Age - 6th March 1908

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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ROBERT M'FARLANE

Melbourne


JEWELLER'S ASSISTANT CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY

The hearing of a charge of vagrancy which was brought against a young man named Henry Price, a jeweller's assistant, at the City Court last week, and adjourned to enable accused to bring witnesses on his behalf, was continued yesterday before Mr. Cressvvell, P.M.

Benjamin Henry Price, jeweller, father of accused, stated that his son had at times earned upwards of £1 a week from him. . On occasions his son would stay away from home for a month at a time.

Robert M'Farlane, jeweller, stated that during the past five years he had repeatedly noticed accused working for his father.

Mr. Cresswell said he thought the bench would not convict accused on the charge; they were of opinion that the police had every justification in
arresting him, as he had hung about the streets day and night.


Source: The Age - 6th March 1908

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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JOHN MILNE

Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane


ASSAULT AND ROBBERY

JEWELLER'S ASSISTANT ATTACKED


The Jewellery shop of Mr. John Milne in Brunswick Street, Valley, which was burgled last Saturday afternoon, was the scene of an assault and robbery on Thursday.

According to the story supplied by the police a man came into the shop and asked to see a gold watch. The assistant, who was looking after the
shop by himself, found a watch for him, and allowed him to examine it. The man turned It over and over, and at last expressed himself satisfied with It. He then asked, for a gold chain, and while the assistant had his back turned the man dealt him a heavy blow on the head. He then struck him on the body and rendered him unconscious. Then hastily gathering up the chain, he decamped with it and the gold watch.

Some few minutes later a woman entered the shop and found the assistant still lying senseless on the floor. She hastily summoned the police.

The ambulance brigade arrived later and attended to the unfortunate man.


Source: The Telegraph - 17th April 1926

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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EILEEN HEINZE

Prahran, Melbourne


Miss Eileen Heinze, a jeweller, had diamonds valued at £150 stolen from her today. She was walking with her sister in Prahran, when four men approached them, one of whom shot an Alsatian dog which the sisters had with them on a leash. Miss Heinze attempted to throw a bag which contained the diamonds onto a roof, but it fell to the ground and the men seized it and escaped in a car.

Source: The Northern Times - 24th August 1932

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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MITCHELL & FELTON

297, Pitt Street, Sydney


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Mitchell & Felton - Sydney - 1853

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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ROBERT HATWELL

Sydney


The following persons have been reported to the police as missing, and any information concerning them should be forwarded to Sergeant Hickey, of No. 1 Police Station, Clarence-street, Sydney: —

Robert Hatwell, who came to Australia from Canada some years ago; he is a silversmith by trade, and in 1914 he is supposed to have met with an accident, and was taken to one of the hospitals here.


Source: The Sun - 11th July 1919

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

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S. CUTCHER

Corner of Crown and Keira streets, Wollongong


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S. Cutcher - Wollongong - 1903

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Re: Early Australian Silversmiths

Postby dognose » Tue Feb 18, 2020 2:34 pm

GEORGE KNIGHT

Terralong Street, Kiama, New South Wales


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George Knight - Kiama, NSW - 1903

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