Ettie Sultana, criminal record number 558LB, 17 November 1922. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay. Prostitute Ettie Sultana worked in northern New South Wales and in the Queensland cities of Brisbane and Toowoomba for most of her career. She had multiple convictions for prostitution, theft, drunkenness, swearing and vagrancy. She was sentenced to six months with hard labour.
AUSTRALIAN MUGSHOTS | Alice Sandford, 7 August 1925 | State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW | Many women, like Alice Sandford, capitalized on laws restricting the sale of alcohol after 6 PM by setting up 'sly-grog shops': premises in which alcohol was sold illegally at exorbitant prices. The details of Sandford's conviction have been lost. DOB: 1889=s Age 36
John Christopher: For a total of five years in prison this 36-year-old worker was sentenced. Among other things, he had made himself guilty of twice stealing watches, swiss chard seeds ill-gotten by fraud, blocked a main road - and stole a ferret. prison of Dorchester