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VERDICT OF GUILTY

The trial of Norris Frank Davey, a clerk, on a charge of indecent assault on a male was commenced in the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon before the Chief Justice (the Hon. M-. Meyers) and a jury, and was concluded to-day. The accused was found guilty, with a strong recommendation to mercy, and was remanded until to-morrow morning for sentence. Mr. W. Perry acted for the accused. I

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VERDICT OF GUILTY, Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 105, 30 October 1929

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VERDICT OF GUILTY Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 105, 30 October 1929

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