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THE CHAIRMAN.

THE CHAIRMAN.

The Hon Secretary said that he regretted to announce that since their last meeting they had lost their respected chairman, and it would be necessary to elect bis successor. Mr Bolton moved, and Dr Hanson seconded, that Mr Edward Breslin, J P, C T C, be re-elected chairman of the
11 April 1896 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DATE OP THE SHOW,

THE DATE OP THE SHOW,

On the motion of Mr M’Crea, the date of the Bray Horse and Pony Show was fixed for the 14th and 15th July. MISCELLANEOUS, working committee, consisting of t*elre mem. bers, whs appointed to make arrangements for the bolding of the show. The Chairman promised to giro Cup prize. A
11 April 1896 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPRISONMENT FOR A LOAFER.

IMPRISONMENT FOR A LOAFER.

On Monday, at the Wicklow petty sessions—before Mr Casement (presiding), Mr Bourko, Wynne, Mr Magee, and Padin—Thomas Yickeri and his brother, Patrick Vickers, young lad, were charged with the larceny of trousers, the property of a labourer, named Wm Gregory. Head-constable O’Ma
11 April 1896 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.

It wrings our hearts think of the miseries, spiritual and temporal, which come upon individuals and entire households from the one sin of drunk* nes?. The baneful influence confronts us daily, and in every station of life. If the schoolboy, who was his parents’ idol, and the hop
11 April 1896 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCERT AT RATHDRUM.

CONCERT AT RATHDRUM.

Monday evening, the 16*h Inst, concert was given in aid of the Bcrg'.n Reinstatement Fond, in the courthouse, Rathdrum, which waa crowded to oeer flowing. The -'rograms waa of a varied character, and embraced vocal mid instrumental itemi exccpronally high standard. Miss Bessie F
28 October 1899 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

The case Joseph Conroy, who • • nr*t'i indeecLt assault Bridget Dilloai Oeoca, the 17th December called. Prisoner, ira* unable to find bail required of! him. and Hi« Honor returned him for to the Winter Anises. ~ The following justices were attendance while the application* were
28 October 1899 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WICKLOW PEOPLE

THE WICKLOW PEOPLE

tion. You admit the woands were Jogged? I «ey the einewn were partly hot not split through. After this occurrence did yon send for surgeon? I did, Mr Newsome, and said it wa# with some sharp instrument she was cot. Did tell yon it night hare been done one of those nails? No. sai
28 October 1899 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
A Bad Tenant.

A Bad Tenant.

Thomas Arthur, Red cross nrooewd Mary Borne for £5 10s rent dne him. M'Carroll appeared for pjuntiff, and Mr Kennedy defended. From the evidence it appeared that Burne hod become a tenant aboa two years ago. otic paid ■a half year’a rent then, but paid none since. £4 was the hal
28 October 1899 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO MANAGERS OF NATIOALN

NOTICE TO MANAGERS OF NATIOALN

SCHOOLS. The following memorandum has been issued to ail managers National Schools: It having come to the knowledge of the board that a practice baa arisen in certain ports of It eland of requiring teachers, as condition of appointment to National Schools, to contribute towards
28 October 1899 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
THREE PRAYERS,

THREE PRAYERS,

Ab infant in Ita cradle ■lent. And in it» Bleep it ! And one one three women knelt Tb kies the fair-haired child; And each thought the he. •“ And breathed a prayer half aileutly. One poured her lore many lives. But knew love’s toil and care; burdens oft had been to her A heavy w
28 October 1899 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland