On This Day ……. 9th of July 1925
A young man named James Walker, alias Juries Lewis Welsh, who had been recently discharged from gaol after having served a sentence of six months for vagrancy, made his reappearance before the magistrates at the Geelong Police court on this day in 1925, on four charges. He stated that he had taken a few glasses of liquor on the previous day, and did not know what happened until he woke up and found himself in the lockup. He was sent to gaol for 12 months on a charge of having solicited arms in the street; and was fined £15, and three months’ imprisonment, for assaulting Constable Bishop, resisting arrest, and using indecent language in a public place.