August 13, 1923, Harold Price. Mr. Price is captured here after being arrested during an armed robbery. He was sentenced to two years hard labour, which was a standard sentence in Australia at the time.
1920, Herbert Ellis. The handsome Mr. Ellis was arrested many dimes during his life, and among his convictions were "indecent language" and "throwing a missile". We're not even sure what that means, but that's what the records say!
June, 1921 - John Walter Ford and Oswald Clive Nash. Unknown charges, but oftentimes the location of the mugshots were indications of the disdain the police had for the men. John and Oswald appear here in a holding cell, which implies they were moved quickly in to the jail.