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for Mrs. Gregory, who worked with tireless energy to make it a success both from n musical and financial point of view. The large, orderly, and intensely oppreciative audience was certainly not disappointed in the former, while Mrs. Gregory is very well
07 February 1919 - 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
 
PROPERTY BALES.

PROPERTY BALES.

Biddings per statute acre-Mr. Robert Gregory. £5, £6 ; Mr. Wm. Gregory, £ 5 zos. The biddings being considered Insufficient, the sale was withdrawn, and the farm was subsequently sold by private treaty to Mr. Wm. Gregory at £525. Lot 3-Three dwelling-houses
28 May 1898 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SENTENCE OF DEATIT.

SENTENCE OF DEATIT.

road, to remove the trunk, in which the bodies -ere subsequently found, to a furniture Aeormitory at Paddington-green. Mrs. Gregory. 't a Inter date, made every inquiry to find her and not being successful. she communicated with the police on March 14. in
05 August 1905 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST TEST MATCH.

FIRST TEST MATCH.

b Hirst 5 M. A. Noble, a Foster. b Arnold 133 W. W. Armstroog, b Bosanquet Hopkins, b Hint 39 Howell, a itelf, b Arnold Gregory, b odes Laver, a Laney, 4 Kelly, o Braund, b Rhodes Saunders, not out ll Extras 3 Total 235 On England going to the wicket
19 December 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILLIAM LEON &

WILLIAM LEON &

a beating at all he brought it on himself. tie had no right to go round the town looking for a fight. District-Inspector Gregory said in visit. of the evidence for the deience he would not press for a heavy penalty, but he thought the defendants should
24 August 1912 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SANITARY ►ROSECUTION

SANITARY ►ROSECUTION

defendant had some words with him, whereupon complainant got sulky. Gregory then caught him by the shoulder and told him to go and get his coat, and he went. Witness did not see Gregory kick complainant. He could not have kicked him without witness's seeing
29 October 1904 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

away. He did not get paid for it. He sew no sign of drink on the soldier or he would not have served him. District-Inspector Gregory Are you still satisfied the man was sober? Witness—l am not, but 1 did not know be was drunk until the policeman came in and
28 December 1917 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
info connected her with the riverside town, and be following such a clue he hoped to arrive at MP knowledge

info connected her with the riverside town, and be following such a clue he hoped to arrive at MP knowledge

to me: but my master tritsied her shamefully. When he married her and first came to Paris, they were quite happy. But Sir Gregory grew tired of her-be gi..v. t eyer• and he heon Eer "1... s,a. ~aid. i; kr . et !hat her I. .:,100 aud introduce her to I
12 September 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MASISTERIAL

MASISTERIAL

Griffith. W. Ritchie. W. J. Fraser, and J. L. Renton'. M.D. Very few of the general public gained adminion. District-Inspector Gregory, R.I C., conducted the Crown case, and be was assisted by Sergeant Nixon who has been intimately ideoi i with the police
11 February 1911 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland