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LIMERICK ASSIZES

... l.imeruk, Thursd tv. Judge Andrews te-da\ euteuced John Rvan. f Do-in, to nine in nti s hard labour for the manslaughter id' striking lain wi'h ast me. John Cut tin ►entencd lo twt> ...

A NATION OF ORATORS

... Mr Forbes-Robertson and Mrs Patrick Campbell may well be proud of the compliment which th* Neut Pressr. the most fastidious and important of dramatic critics, pays rbem its Femlle ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... YESTERDAY. DIVISION. the Vice-Chancellor.) Power v Sclliv was given this which had Wtn argued former days. The action wo. by draper* in W atert .rd for in junction ieatrain tre defen ...

KINGSTOWN POLICE COURT

... (Before Mr. Wall. C.) PROFKSSIONSI. KTIQI'ItTTE. A prosecution under the Vaccination Act the Ratiidown Guar iian-* through one their relievuiu officers named Mshony waa call«it ...

THE COMPONENTS TUBE COMPANY

... Yesterday Queen's bench 2, before Mr. J • Madden, Mr. Justice B yd, Mr. Justice Ktiiuv, the cm the Com(>onenis ntie Company, Limited, J H Naylor liefore the Court on motio ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... COM I'ONKXTS COMPANY LITIGATION. Vest Jay the Vice-Chancellor, in intended action N'u.:uiii v and o-.liers. Mr. A Stritch (instructed by Mr .1 K Stritch applied behalf the plaintiff ...

IRISH DONKEYS FOR THE TRANSVAAL

... London, Thursday. AND CO. V AND OTHERS. Yesterday the Court of Appeal, consisting of Lords Justices A L Smith, Rigby, and Williams delivered their reserved judgment th ...

PLEAS FOR AMNESTY

... A PROTEST AGAINST CONTINUED CRUELTY. A successful meeting in favour the Betty movement, under the auspices th© Irish National Amnesty Association, was hold night at the Workmen's Cl ...

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY QUESTION

... MEETING WEXFORD. SPEECHES BY LORD MAURICE FITZGERALD, THE MAYOR WEXFORD, SIR GEORGE ERRINGTON, MR. FFRENCH, M.P., MR. T. J. HEALY, M.r., AND OCR public meeting was he ...