Saturday, February 27, 2010


The Mercury, Tuesday 28 December 1909
Country News. Tullah. JOSEPH MAWBY and four other males were charged with disturbing the peace in Peters-street on the 7th inst. Only one answered to his name and pleaded not guilty. MAWBY and the others who were not present were found guilty and fined 10s, and 6s. 8d. costs each, in default seven days imprisonment. The disturbance around the tin-kettling of a returned married couple involved around 100 people.

The Mercury, Saturday 20 June 19??
Zeehan. June 19. JANE MAWBY and Charles Robert Lynchof Tullah were each fined 10s, 9s. costs, and 11s. 9d. witnesses' expenses for being owners of stray pigs at Tullah.

[Source: Australian Newspapers beta]

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