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Blood spilled

Blood spilled

Mr. W. Got m!c% dccrnt, hard-working people should not be asked to pay for something they knew nothing about. It was a British Act and Mood had been spilled to get rid of such Acts. It was one which should have gone !cog ago. - It is about time we exercUed ow' function as a Coun
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMONED

SUMMONED

lames Sweeney, 30, Treaty Ave.. Sligo received the Probation Act it Grange Court whew charged with using a van on which there was an excessively worn tyre. A tine of 10'-was inniO9ed on john Fan and Son (Shen) Lid., :he owners.
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
"We will treat Rialto the same as we would Shamrock Rovers or any other to p League of Ireland club,"

"We will treat Rialto the same as we would Shamrock Rovers or any other to p League of Ireland club,"

he said. "We intend to play with the same determination as against St. Patrick's Athletic in the first round. We beat Shamrock Rovers in the Showgrounds earlier this season. so everything would logically point to the fact that we should be able to beat Rialto as well. But there'
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Squandered chances

Squandered chances

kthough Cork squandered severecle.ed onortunities in the A half. the% Mere unlucky not to ne taken the lead in 24 minutes hen W:gginton %%as afforded the of tw o ;tood chances. First, he reed and snapped a shot from the edge of the 3 het hi, effort rose over the 2fi minutes. he
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CLARKE & CORCORAN'S SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY 80 acres 01 prime grazing land, well fenced and watered. tor John Francis

CLARKE & CORCORAN'S SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY 80 acres 01 prime grazing land, well fenced and watered. tor John Francis

McLoughlin. Streamstown. Ballisodare. HOUSE AND GARDEN AT DROMARD We are instructed by Mr. Bernard Kel'y to sell his one s!ated house and garden at Chapel Street. within 100 School and Shop. This property is freehold and in good retu'r- Conditions of sale from: MR. L. McHALE, Of
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAVEL AND TOURS LADY DANK OFFICIAL wishes to meet girls or group going on holidays to Spain' In June. Bon

TRAVEL AND TOURS LADY DANK OFFICIAL wishes to meet girls or group going on holidays to Spain' In June. Bon

2262.
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTRIC BLANKETS VACUUM CLEANERS CLEARANCE 5 ears' Guarantee. Reduced from 1;23- I 0-0 Single 49/6. Double 6 9 / 6

ELECTRIC BLANKETS VACUUM CLEANERS CLEARANCE 5 ears' Guarantee. Reduced from 1;23- I 0-0 Single 49/6. Double 6 9 / 6

. To Our Price £lB-10-0. PHILISIIAVE RAZORS 4 -Pt. ELECTRIC KETTLES Anorher Great Offer Special Salc Offer At Sale Price 95/-. Were £5. Now 69/6.
6 March 1970 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

FRANEY—In loving Ciss Franey, 49, The Doak. new, who died April 11,1%3. Always remembered by Paul. RJ.P. (p 5843-3) HALL-1n loving memory of my dear husband. Edward G. Hail, Baroiskey, Avoca, who fell asleep on April 2nd, 1967. God eased your pain, But broke our hearts; —Always
28 March 1970 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
County Wicklow's Dairy Queen Paintings exhibition for Arklow THE unique chance to enjoy the recent work of Irish painters is

County Wicklow's Dairy Queen Paintings exhibition for Arklow THE unique chance to enjoy the recent work of Irish painters is

offered to all who can get to the Entertainment Centre in Arklow next month. Arklow Community Trust (Chairman. Mr. C. Murray) is !sponsoring the bunching of the Arts' Council's contribution to Conservation Year. This takes the form d an achibition entitled "Aspects of Landsospe
14 March 1970 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
Bray needs a new cemetery Mr. John Temple, at Monday's meeting of Wickiow Co. Council, stressed the urgent need for

Bray needs a new cemetery Mr. John Temple, at Monday's meeting of Wickiow Co. Council, stressed the urgent need for

providing a imitable site for cemetery in the Queen of Peace Parish, Bray. Mr. Temple suggested that the Co. Manager Moaid arrange a conference between the Bray Commissioner, the local county councilors and the Parish Priest, to discuss the matter. as this was a rural-curn-urban
14 March 1970 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland