Jail George McKellar SMITH 1930

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Jail George McKellar SMITH 1930 - HEAVY SENTENCE. YOUNG CRIMINAL'S OFFENCES....
HEAVY SENTENCE. YOUNG CRIMINAL'S OFFENCES. PERTH, Monday. Sentences amounting to 10 years' Imprison ment, with hard labour, were Imposed In the Criminal Court to-day to-day to-day by Mr. Justice Northmore on George McKellar Smith, a young man, who had pleaded guilty to two charges of breaking and entering warehouses wiin intent to commit crime, ana to four charges of breaking and entering and stealing. stealing. smun. wno came recently rrora eoutn Aus tralia, was caught In a warehouse at Fre mantle, and admitted ownership of gelignite ana nurgiar a tools iouna on tne premises. Previously six or seven warehouses In Perth were broken Into, some of the safes blown open, and a few pounds obtained. Smith admitted some of these offences.

Clipped from The Sydney Morning Herald11 Mar 1930, TuePage 12

The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)11 Mar 1930, TuePage 12
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