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DBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... on the following serious charge:- J A stout- looking youth, named Edward Wright, in the em- ployment of John Bracken, of Blackberry lane, near Mill- town in this county, eposed that on the previous night between 11 and 12 o'ock, he was on his way to his ...

CORONER'S INQUEST AT CLASSON'S-BRIDGE

... at it accurately, said ti thathle would positivelyliwearit was the coat in which Lynch ti was dressed whlen he met him in Blackberry-lane ; he knew o it by the colour, length, and collar. Tr A Juror-I see nothing extraordlinary in the collar. o Another ...

THE MURDER AT CLASSON'S-BRIDGE

... who relieved me that took hin out of the kiln; I don't know that the deceased is the single young man whom I Met with in Blackberry-lane; I 'Wll not swear 1 have heard that bad characters usedto fre- quent the line kiln;, I was ill the kiln on Sunday about ...

LAND COMMISSION COURT OF APPEAL

... Alexander, the tenant said he had taken to exporting blackberries to Glasgow, and he wished the land would pay him half as well. Mr. Commissioner Litton said he had often I wondered why blackberries were not more cul-E tivated. - - It wvas intimated that ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY

... prisoners broke. 3Mr. MXnCune defended. M. Kevs remanded the case for the attendance of Mr. Ledwidge. DIED FROM EATING BLACKBERRIES. Ylesterday, Dr. Whyte, coroner, held an inquest at the Morgue on the body of a little boy aged ten named Thomas Walsh ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY

... municipal councils in the various Bulgarian towns, which our contemporary is under the impression have fallen like so many blackberries into their bands. ADMIRALTY APPOINTMENTS. Londil, S aturdaY. Connianflur P. C. Joh bstn t the Hector. Fleet Suirgeo'i \ ...

LAW NOTICES.—THIS DAY

... i litary style anD d singing. One of the defen. dents, who acted as spokesman. stated that they were going out to pick blackberries on the Moun- tafins, ind in order to pass time they indulged in a little sinigin, thinking that it wvas no harm. They Were ...

DUBLIN POLICE.—YESTERDAY

... unster Xews.. Sttppossn MURDER AT SlIEFFIELD.-Ou Fri, ay evening about 1nalf-past seven two childrer, who were galhering blackberries in a hedge-bottom at Eastbank, aboat a mile ean a half to the south east of Sheffi Id, discoveret the deal body of a man ...

CORK ASSIZES

... knew the prisoner, ?? te identified him) ; she met flim last harvest in htie parish of Rilicuburei as she. was picking blackberries on the aide of a ditch, which skifted a corn-field,; lie came into the field with a horse, and a sickle in his hand, and ...

WHOLESALE POISON BY EATING THE DEADLY NIGHTSHADE BERRIES

... Saturday after- noon, when an old man, ?? the appearance of a country- man, Cams in, and showed the deceased and his wife some blackberries which he had in a basket, and described them as good for making wine. Mrs. Parker bought a part of them, for which she ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY

... station. The accused was fined in 20e., with the alternative of 14 days Imprisonment. ASSAULT ON TaE PoTLio.-Patrick Flanagan, Blackberry-lane, Rathlmines, labourer, was charged with having assaulted Police-constables Patrick Kelly, 49 B, and Johin Lenilan, ...