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"MAKE A NOSS OF THEM."

"MAKE A NOSS OF THEM."

charged •ith entering prrmi.cc of Mr. per fruit werehant, Bon• Strect, Lisburn. t ml dealing tlH•n•irom a 01 Wait value for Mr. Gregory, the etutiou. Defeodauta all pleaded guilty, and the atateroeut made it appeared they had been at a alike, and were under
11 August 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOYD'

BOYD'

Griffith, J.P.: FAlnaril Donaghy, jun., &P.; William J.P.: W. J. 11•Nliirray. J.P.: and George V. Taylor, J.P. District-inveetor Gregory and Mr. T. J. C.P.S.. were in attenilance. NEW MAGISTRATES WKIA'ONIED. At the opening of the (hurt W. J. )I•\lurray and George
20 October 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CASTLE-ROKI,

CASTLE-ROKI,

flullnier, hunting. Charlotoe, Aprichartl, Haddork, Peer., Wheeler. Hreathwait. Carleton. Conway. Garrett. II.•n--nett, Gregory, Waters • White, retiree. Grainger, Shillington. Hammnd. Moore, Smyth. task. Hopes, Peel. Kieket. Lamb, Htalgkinson. ('nrt
03 November 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
This as Nora Maud. A pa* 'NI WIN as LIMN PETTY KU UL PECULIAR RAILWAY PROSECUTION. Youth's Drunken anomie. This

This as Nora Maud. A pa* 'NI WIN as LIMN PETTY KU UL PECULIAR RAILWAY PROSECUTION. Youth's Drunken anomie. This

before Messrs. Robert Griffith, J.P. (presiding), and Alan Bell, R.M. Mr. T. J. English, C.P.S., and District- Inapeetor Gregory were in attendance. 8 INGLIS' BR - Ks Yoe • AWE EFFNCE 1' /1c...A MOM INA 1 I i
14 January 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIGNTINIWIP TIOL

LIGNTINIWIP TIOL

Errin, Lisburn. 19491, S. Fleming. Lisburn. 4388, 8. Freeland. Hillsborough. 17688, Sergeant .1. Gorman, Lisburn. 7551, J. Gregory. Lisburn. 16536, L.. Corporal M. Griffin. Lisburn. 31147, 1..-Corporal B. Johnston, Lisburn. 7256. It. Kidd. Lisburn. 14;4;62
29 September 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT AND IRELAND.

GOVERNMENT AND IRELAND.

William Hunter, William Hamilton, Michael Rice. James Harkins, Head-Constable Doyle, Sergeant Regan, etc. District-lospector Gregory, who was out of town on duty, was prevented from attending. The chief mourners were :—Messrs. Moses Mice, brother; Janies
27 October 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WNW TWO NET.

WNW TWO NET.

yesterday before Th o mas Sinclair, J.P. (in chair); William Milroy, J.P.; and Edward Donaghy, jun., S.P. District-Inspector Gregory was in attendance. Constable Newman v. William Lappin drunk and disorderly on 7th inst.—Cost: of Court. Constable !'Donald
16 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
F FLOORCV OTH LINOLEtrit. EUP TO 4 YARDS WIDE. SAVES JOINING AND WASTE E BORDERED LINOLEUM SQUARES, I LARGEST SELECTION

F FLOORCV OTH LINOLEtrit. EUP TO 4 YARDS WIDE. SAVES JOINING AND WASTE E BORDERED LINOLEUM SQUARES, I LARGEST SELECTION

coati lbw"! to the musical programme:—Mr. pianoforte rola: Misr Featherston/laugh. song; Misa Capper (Belfast). roan; Sfiar. Gregory, dance and encore; and Madam.• Sarah Rees, hong . At the dote a beart. vot.• of thank., th.• proposition of Mr.. Gregor',
28 January 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
that hhe wa. fully dependent . Daniel. who bad prior to enlisting contributed 12s a week to ber support. Henry

that hhe wa. fully dependent . Daniel. who bad prior to enlisting contributed 12s a week to ber support. Henry

20 Antrim Place, Lis- Adams summoned Mrs. Livingsti burn, was chergiel by the Crown, at the instance of District-Inspector Gregory, ior, as alleged, throwing water on I with attempting to obtain by fraud undo; little boy. Defendant said it was not I Army
28 January 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

Defendant been married, and in probably their Worships might MA' their way to adjourn the for three mouths. District-Inspector Gregory hating pointed out that defendant had been sentenced to one mouths' imprisonment in January, 1905, for theft, and to one month
25 February 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland