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THE MOAT OF EATHMOBE.

THE MOAT OF EATHMOBE.

Mr Qp-rew asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he was aware that quite recently certain read contractors while excavating for gravel in the ancient moat of Rath more, in the County Kildare, came upon human remains which showed that the place was used cemetery ; whet her
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COAL CONTRACT.

THE COAL CONTRACT.

The master reported that Mr Nangle, coal contractor, had not produced the colliery certificate from the Whitehaven colliery as required his contract when delivering tho coal at the workhouse. He had produced certificate from Mr Newsome, coal merchant, Dublin, that ho (Mr Newsome
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
BREAD AMD MEAT CONTRACT*.

BREAD AMD MEAT CONTRACT*.

The tender, Michael Pattereon, Ka*., for beef at 55 per lb, and that of Mr Sim'„ Maguiro. Naae, for bread at pet dltje, were accented. The Master said that both Messrs Patterson and Maguire bad giren great satisfaction during the year.
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
MOTTNTMELLICE SEWERS.

MOTTNTMELLICE SEWERS.

The tender of J Delany, Maryborough, for the cleaning of the outlet sewers in the town of Monntmellick and keeping them in order for one year, at £3l 15e, was accepted. MEDICINE CONTRACT. The following letter was road from Sir Charles A Cameron, County Analyst, in reference to s
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
SWINE FEVER.

SWINE FEVER.

The existence of fever on the lands of Mr Clinton, Shane, Bathangan, was reported. STIMULANTS. The coat of stimulants for the week was £32e 4d. Mr Wakely—How is it so much that ? Chairman—Because he (the doctor presumably) choses to give it. I asked the master to furnish a retur
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
DISORDIRLT CONDUCT.

DISORDIRLT CONDUCT.

Sergeant Qriffia summoned James Wilson for being drunk and disorder!/ on the Market Square of Afch/. was kicking about churns belonging to a cooper, and defied the sergeant when be spoke to him. Fined 5s and costs. Constable Dolan summoned John Mulhall for being drunk and disord
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ACTION AGAINST THE GUARDIANS.

THE ACTION AGAINST THE GUARDIANS.

The Clerk reported that tho case of Nicholas Toole against the guardians was heard Haltinglass Quarter .Sessions Monday, and that Judge Darley gave decree against the guardians for £7 for trespass committed Toole’s land during the piogress of the building ft labourer’s cottage t
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CU&BA.GH EOBBEKY.

THE CU&BA.GH EOBBEKY.

At the Curragh Petty Sessions, before Col. Forbes, last Wednesday, Michael Morphy and Arthur Tolly were again brought on remand charged with baring stolen quantity of clothing and jewellery from the Camp. Farther evidence haring been given, the prisoners were sent for trial. COU
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
MOUNTMELLICK RACES.

MOUNTMELLICK RACES.

Judge—Mr W Scully. Starter—Mr Mere* dith. Clerk of the Courte sod Scales—Mr George Shannon. Steward*—Dr Neale, JP; Meaara Griffith, Wrafter, Smith, T Fitz-Gerald, and George Shannon. A most enjoyable day’s sport was witnessed at Mountmellick on Wednesday. Bat for a few showers t
25 June 1892 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
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EEECrTION ADDRESSES.1 TO TIE ELECTORS OF SO TH B E L F A. S T, ,ENTLB;1S~iR-TwentY.four years ago I had the honour of being. chosen to represent Belfast in the lmperiail Parliament, The liberty Df Protestants was then imperilled in UIlster, and the loyai mel who had faith in free
30 June 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland