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POSSESSION. Cork, Tuesday.—At a Crimes Act Court at Ballinspittal, County Cork. today, Vitliam Driscoll was sentenced to six weeks' ira• prisontnent on a charge of taking forcible possession of a house which be had been evicted.
London. Tuesday.—At Dalston Police Court to•day. James Anderson. Regent's Row, Deleon, was charged with causing the death of Walter Moysey in a fight on May at. The evidence for the prosecution showed that there was a scuffle outside the prisoner's house, but did not point to an
FLEMING. On Tuesday night a dastardly outrage was perpetrated at Kitoraght, near About to or ii p.m several shots were fired hrougn the windows into the house of • farmer named Williams zpatrick by a party of moonlighters. None of the inmates was injured. It appears that Fitzpat