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01 January 1910 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
E T Cook, in the January “Contemporary’ writes—ln pew order of things by tbe Lords, it wond conduce to the public eoneaaianaa if, immediately after tba Badget statement in the Houae of Commons, party meeting ware bald Lanadowne House and its decisions communicated to tbe Praaa.
01 January 1910 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
4 P.m. Every Monday (via Glasgow) cargo only 2 p.m. WATERFORD TO BELFAS/. Every Saturday (direct) i BELFAST to WATERFORD (via Dublin Every Tuesday ... ... 7 Po. WATERFORD TO PLYMOU TH direct.. Wednes sth, moon I Wednes t amen •• 1 2 th, 4 p.m. I „ 260,,4 PLYMOUTH TO WATERFORD di
01 January 1910 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
ieeting in Broome was announeed for o'clock, on last, but was near thrall when Mr. taghan, accompanied by Bev. James me, P.P., Cappagh; Mr. James Muran, 8.L., and Mr. - A. E. Donnelly, 8.A., itor, Omagh, arrived by motor car. The was a most dismal one, but dee ite a :ling rain,
Fintons Petty Sessions were held before Messrs. W. E. Neely (presiding), Daniel M'Nulty, and H. Getman. Acting-Sergeant Gunn summoned James M'Carroll, Rathfragan, for being drunk on the 16th December; fined Is. Same complainant summoned John M'Guigan for being drunk in charge of
A wierd and supernatural tale that contains an element of psychological interest is told of • young married couple in London. The pair were inspecting a house in Surrey which was to let. While the husband inspected the stables the woman remained in the parlour. A man and woman e
The monthly court of petty sessions was held on inst., before Mr. John B. J.P., in the chair; Robert 8. Clements, Hugh M'Farland Simpson, John Loughran, and Dr. Abernethy, justices. Constable Brady charged Minnie Ragan with the alleged larceny of a quantity of turnips on 21st ul
ions. XMAS. most noticeable feature of Christmas Day was the slipper, state of the roads. The frost of previous day, with the addition of a litde rain and more inning, rendered the roadways almost impassabk. Many psopi• sustained minor injuries through sl t t pine, and at least o