Photo: William Murray alias William Albert Murrary (b. 1881, New Zealand). Charged with resisting police and assault and sentenced to 3 months in gaol on 15 August 1907 (Auckland). A carpenter by trade, he had previous convictions for theft, drunkennes, resisting police and wilfil damage. He is described as having 'LMS', a female and an anchor tatooed on his right forearm and 'WMA' and two pierced hearts on his left forearm.
Photo: Henry George Hegarty (b. 1883, Australia). Charged with theft and sentenced to 3 months in gaol on 28 March 1908 (Wellington). A clerk by trade, described as having very hairy chest, arms & legs. Photograph taken on 22 April 1908.
Photo: William Milner alias Millner (b. 1889, New Zealand). Charged with disorderly conduct and sentenced to 14 days in gaol on 23 November 1907 (Auckland). A blacksmith by trade, he had previous charges for trespassing and wantonly disturbing. He is described as having a heart tattooed on his right forearm and a scar on his left elbow. Photograph taken on 29 November 1907.
Photo: Edmund George (b. 1864, New Zealand). Charged with a breach of the prohibition order and sentenced to a fine or 3 months in gaol on 7 August 1907 (Auckland). A labourer by trade, he had previous convictions for indecent acts, 12 previous convictions for drunkenness and 4 for breach of prohibition order. Photograph taken on 11 November 1907.
Photo: Rudolph Allen (b. 1881, New Zealand). Charged with cruelty to a horse and sentenced to 1 month in gaol on 31 May 1907 (Auckland). Previous convictions for breach of byelaws, theft and false pretences. Photograph taken on 28 June 1907.
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William Milner alias Millner (b. 1889, New Zealand). Charged with disorderly conduct and sentenced to 14 days in gaol on 23 November 1907 (Auckland). A blacksmith by trade, he had previous charges for trespassing and wantonly disturbing. He is described as having a heart tattooed on his right forearm and a scar on his left elbow. Photograph taken on 29 November 1907.
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