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COURT OF CONSCIENCE—ARREST

... | COURT OF CONSCENCE-ARREST. SIR-Without troubling you or the public with any comment, on a decision of the above court, in which I was the defen- dant, I will state the simple facts of the case from ...

EXECUTION OF THE BLACKBURN MURDERER

... EXECUTION OF THE BLACK- BURN MURDEREIR. _ ?? Liverpool, Tuesday. Cross Dnckworth, sentenced to death at the last Liverpool assizes for the murder of the girl Alice Barnes. at Blac.1burn, wras executed ...

OUTRAGES BY BANDITS IN RUSSIAN POLAND

... OUTRAGES BY BANI DITS IN I LUSSIAN POLAND. II (REtUTER'S TELEGRAM.) Warsaw, Tuesday. rca robber bandswhich recently appeared Ruassian Poland continue to spread terror the country districts. Quite rece ...

POLICE COURTS—SATURDAY

... POL[CE COURIrs-SATUIRDAY. ItEAD OFFICE, A Troublesome Ceotom'er.-A i-t v-aizmd, stout, broad- ebttuldi red individual, named John DI-Donald, was put jtorwad in ths docr, charged with having violently ...

ALLEGED FENIANISM IN THE ARMY

... ALLEGEiG FErjjRM iN TIE, ARMY. I COUPE f `MARTIA L AT CORK. (raso oun 'uroionrmm.) Cons, ?? trina of Drum.-iIajor Bntler was rew4ded alter -the adjournmient of the court on Sti5'djy the first witness ...

BANKRUPT COURT—YESTERDAY

... BANKRUPT COURTYusTuuDAY. l (lsefore Mr. Commissioner Macau.) In re Phillips, a bankirupt. In this case the bankrupt had been committed to prison t for answering unsatisfactorily when under final exami ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... DUBLIN POLICE-YERTEWDAY. HENRY-STRIEETi' OFFICE AN IMPUDENT CIS.utue-A inma :lalnied William Baker, exhibiting a grcat deal of effrontery amd very little re- spectability in his appearan c, charged Ai ...

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—YESTERDAY

... INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT-YESTERDAY, I .- . - .. . . ?? | I I .. (Before Mr. Commissioner I'arrell.) Ir the smatters ofStephe. Dwyer, alll Insolvent. Mr. Po0(1', i) this case, observed that siace the o ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... IDONEGAL. (From our Reporter.) Liffird, Monday. Chief Baron Palles took his seat in the Crows Court, Lifferd, at 10 o'clock. Joseph M'Langhlin, who had been convicted of shooting ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY

... POLICE INrELLIGENCE-YESTERDAY I I~T- SoUTIniu DIVISION. (Before All- Woodflock.) PIla Liconsinol Act.-Mrs. Conroy, Lower Kevin- street, unlicensed, was summoned, at the suit of Aoting.inepectur Dunne, ...

ALLEGED MUTINY OF SAILORS

... -- Yesterday at the Southern Divlisonal Police. court, Y.Er. Woodloek presiding, eight sailors named Hart, .l'Nu ty, Walsh, Williams, Dunne, Donovan, Joihnson and Leybyrne, ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... I LAW INTELLIGXG.4 i JAW N(YT(3STHIS DAZ (From the Legal! Ihry.) ETO COUR~T OF JrSWEIDNA: VA!EKNs SIW S- Vaci Judge- 'will sit on ?? (Wedneedny) the 16th Auguit, A 1.e i Caurt No 1, o hesr all sadh ...