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NO. 236. I Registered Transmission In the United Kingdom. UNIONIST CLUBS.
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Clogher Guardians.

Clogher Guardians.

Mr. Hugh de F. Montgomery. D.L., presided at the meeting on Saturday. There were also present—Mews. David Wright, J.P.. Jas. M'Laren, J.P., Jas. Trimble, Wm. Dickey. Edward Owens, John M'Laren, Hugh Elkin. The olerk (Mr. Thos. Turner) and Relieving Officers Mils and Lough were a
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TYRONE. QUARTER SESSIONS ,& COUNTY COURT. •AMSTER SESSIONS, 1918.

COUNTY OF TYRONE. QUARTER SESSIONS ,& COUNTY COURT. •AMSTER SESSIONS, 1918.

COUNTY OF TYRONE. QUARTER SESSIONS ,& COUNTY COURT. • AMSTER SESSIONS, 1918. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thw General Quarter Sessions of the Peace and the Sessions of the County Court, in and for said County, will be held at the following times and places, viz..— Cookstown, Civil
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
*Wine :Mak fairs.

*Wine :Mak fairs.

fairs. STRABANE., MARCH 8, 1911
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Strabane and Lifford Petty Sessions.

Strabane and Lifford Petty Sessions.

At Stewartstown Petty Sessions, before' Mr. Janw C. Shiner, J.P.. (presiding), and I other magistrates, Joseph Quinn. Magle . g.! longfield, s ummoned Peter Quinn, Shaneless, for an assault in eosin;land on the 13th February. Mr. J. P. Harris represented complainant. and Mr. Joh
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
ANTICESTA.

ANTICESTA.

Sold everywhere in 1/6. 2/6 Proprietor, J. A. Woodside, and Book on Diet for Dys Rankin again pleaded not guilty. M'Loone, KC., and Mr. Patton, B.L. (instructed by Mr. Riordan, Crown solicitor), prosecuted, and Dr. Walsh, K.C. (instructed by Mr. A. C. Leitch, solicitor), defende
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
i M Mr. Pringle—How does it come that you are made pay it? Because it war my duty to see

i M Mr. Pringle—How does it come that you are made pay it? Because it war my duty to see

that the &Id did not amount to sum, and I might have dismissed if I had not paid it. Witness added that if the full amount of the decree was granted in favour of the Company he behoved he would get the money he paid nut of own pocket returned to him. After further evideeoe his L
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Newtownstewart Notes.

Newtownstewart Notes.

i There will be no half-holiday n the shops on Wednesday next week owing to Good Friday being observed as a general holiday in the same week. A first class organ and vocal recital will (D.V.) be given in the Methodist Church on Tuesday evening next at 7-30. Lovers of music will
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
INDIAN MURDER CHARGE.

INDIAN MURDER CHARGE.

Lieutenant Clarke and Mrs. Fulham on Monday pleaded guilty to abetting the murder of Olarke's wife. They had been found guilty of the murder of Mr. Fulham, having been deferred. On Monday the Chief Justioe sentenced them to death, but after medical evidence commuted Mrs. Fulham'
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY TINE TABLE.

RAILWAY TINE TABLE.

TRAINS LEAVE STRABANE For Bortooport Line, 12.0 a.m.; 5.35 p.m. For Letterkenny at (a) 7.65 a.m., • 8.0 a.m. 10.10 a.m., 12.0 am.: 3.10 p.m.. 5.35 p. m. For Stranorlar, 5.5 a.m., 8.0 a.m., 10.33, 11.30 p.m., 3.M p.m., 6.28 p.m., 10 p.m. For Glention, 5.6 cm., 10.33 cm.; 3.66 p.m
15 March 1913 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland