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53. Honor List Of Union Prisoners.

The following Unionists were sent to prison for periods varying from four months to seven years for alleged breaches of unjust law vindictively administered. The list is not complete. It is for New South Wales for 1891-1894.

Ashton, J.

Armstrong, Alex.

Belfitt, A. A.

Bruce, G.

Brown, J.

Berkely, Henry

Blair, Wm.

Bonner, Thomas

Bolger, John

Casey, James

Collins, Alfred

Cama, J. E.

Costello, Michael

Coleman, Wm.

Currie, Thomas

Davidson, W.

Donnelan, James

Douglas, A.

Devlin, B.

Enright, J.

Elliott, T.

Ewan, W.

Ferguson, W. J.

Fitzpatrick, P.

Glindon, P.

Graham, Hugh

Graham, Jack

Gearing, J.

Gerstenkorn, H.

Hewitt, R. H.

Heberle, Herman

Herr, Albert

Hogan, M.

Hurley, F.

Innes, David

Jones, John

Jackson, W.

Kelly, Matt.

Keogh, M.

King, W.

Laracy, J.

Lawless, Henry

Lee, Brian

McDonald, Jack

McOid, Hugh

McLean, Wm.

Murphy, John

Murphy, Charles

Montgomery, Alfred

Moss, H.

McKenzie, G.

Marsden, J.

Noble, J.

Olsen, Peter

Osborne, Hector

O'Neill, Andrew

Oliver, C.

Price, Wm.

Polkinghorne, E. C.

Pahae, Paul

Parker, John

Ross, A.

Reinecke, E.

Richardson, Robert

Ryan, J.

Stiff, Joseph

Sleath, Richard

Skelton, C.

Sullivan, Thomas

Springfield, Frank

Thomas, W.

Townsend, S.

Tyson, Wm.

Thomas, T.

Vergin, John

Williams, Henry

White, J.

Williams, W.

Woodcock, John J.

Wyend, W.




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The following list comprises Queensland Unionists who were sent to jail by a corrupt capitalistic Government for periods of from three to fifteen years—1891-4:—

Bennet, W. J.

Bowes, D.

Cowling, E.

Fotheringham, W.

Forrester, A.

Griffin, P. F.

Hamilton, W.

Irwin

Jeffries

Latrielle, C. F.

Loyola, John

MacNamara, J.

Martin, James

Murphy, D.

Murphy

Prince, E. R.

Prior

Stuart, J. A.

Smith-Barry, H. C.

Taylor, George

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