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MUM PETTY SESSIONS.

MUM PETTY SESSIONS.

Portadown, appeared for the defence. Mr. Gregory explained that the delay' in bringing the pr toga was owing to the injured woman heifig in the hospital. Mrs. Ellen Trainor, Bridge Street, then called. In reply to Mr. Gregory, the said she coining from her work
30 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORMER LISBURN CONSTABLE

FORMER LISBURN CONSTABLE

British Forces in Fraare, is Lieut.-Colonel C. L. Gregory, 19th tanne►s (Fen's Horse), late 19th Bengal Unreel s Indian Army. Lient.-Colosiel Gregory, who is a brother of Diatriet-laripector Vere Gregory, R.1.C., Lisburn, has been pro- moted to the rank
23 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
From Aunt Sarah Wilton and COURID

From Aunt Sarah Wilton and COURID

jr.. LICENSING PROSECUTION DISMISSED. Sarah Lavery, publican, Lapel Hill, was prow voted at the instance of District-In►la Gregory tor. as alleged, unlawfully opening her jk<nsecl premises for the sale of intoxicating liquors on Sunday, 4th inst., at ~bout
16 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HUE eiBL STRAdOLED

HUE eiBL STRAdOLED

dies Jones, 28. » private in the Worcester Regiment, -wai remanded for « week Plymouth to-day cn charge roardering Clara Gregory, aged 12, by strangling her in field at Lower Compton on Monday afternoon. A police constable stated that prisoner stopped
20 June 1916 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROLL OF HONOUR

ROLL OF HONOUR

EATON. 14. Hon. 11. E.. Grenadier Guard?. FINLAY. Lt. B. 0.. A. and 8. Uighlaadeia. GAVIN. Arc. 14. W. S.. Royal Sects. GREGORY'. Set. 14. N. H.TlanraFhlrc Begl. HALL. Sec. Lt. 11., Darbain Ll. HICKMAN. See. Lt. T.. Leinster Begt. HOLT. Capt. P. D..
29 June 1916 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In this book the author treats of tho love of PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

In this book the author treats of tho love of PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

3,6. Utcratsre. Sew Lm»st rat os Bammus’s SoxsetP. B. L. Eagle. London: John Long- 2/t. or. Tax S«vw*.os Brtrxra By M. A. Gregory. London ; Macmillan and to. a/ Tat os tss X»tiox Si-ooonoxs *« Ixmsnui. m« Furuoss* »sp tAoassss. By Alex. Richardson. londoii
24 June 1916 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JURY CHARGED BY LORD

GRAND JURY CHARGED BY LORD

lordship nominated Serjeant Sullivan and Mr. Artemus Jones as counsel to represent Sir Roger Casement at the trial. Mr. llolraan Gregory, K.C., and Mr. W. T. Snell were nominated to defend Bailey. Mr. Artemus Jones applied that the case should not be beard before
03 June 1916 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
litter is fur the ealres,_ as it was inferior milk, and the milk in the holm ens good, and this

litter is fur the ealres,_ as it was inferior milk, and the milk in the holm ens good, and this

arrangement between him and Mrs. Reid, and Mrs. Sinnott does not admit that there s ally money thu.sse4l, and ihrs. Reid and Mrs. Gregory swore that the milk was not. paid for. She took the milk away and it was for Mr Earle, and it was never intended that there
09 June 1916 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ROA DIES.

ROA DIES.

Thomns Tyrrell, 26 Tinnabask, Arklow. and James Gregory, Cnolgrenny-road, do. with having on Sunday, June 4th, been guilty of disorderly conduct while drunk, on the public road at Kileashel. Hall, Gregory and Tyrrell, did not oppear. The constable star
24 June 1916 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
SYMPATHY

SYMPATHY

report that they found the reservoir and its surroundings in satisfactory state.—(Signed) Frank McPhail, N. H. Haskins, Thomas Gregory. Your Rotation Committee met Bth May, and after having had before them a letter from Mr. Patrick Rooney, stating that his
10 June 1916 - Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland