DOUGLAS HALE, ROBERT FELTON.
9th February 1903
Reference Numbert19030209-232
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentenceImprisonment > hard labour; Imprisonment > hard labour

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232. DOUGLAS HALE (45) and ROBERT FELTON (64) , Conspiring to induce persons to apply for shares in a Company called Hale, Howitt, and Company, Limited, with intent to defraud. Second count. Conspiring to defraud the said Hale, Howitt, and Company. Other counts, for defrauding other persons.

MR. C. W. MATHEWS, MR. A. GILL, and MR. GRAHAM CAMPBELL Prosecuted;

MR. HUTTON and MR. CURTIS BENNETT Defended.

During the progress of the case the prisoners stated that they would PLEAD GUILTY to the first and second counts, upon which the Jury found a verdict of GUILTY on the first and second counts. Three convictions were proved against Felton, and one against Hale at this Court in September, 1890. HALE— Nine months' hard labour. FELTON— Three months' hard labour.


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