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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

28 Jun 1924

rule, of the institution should be adhered to. Mr. Depw—l have an open mind in the matter. The letter was before the meeting, which started at 12-80 o'clock and finished at 8 p.m. Mr. Roddy's letter was not. Mr. Roddy—l sent the letter in time, and it was

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1912

though he had frequer of his views he hardly ever His Nationalism. I>r. Clancy was all hit and ardent Home Ruler, years, past doubled his to the funds of the Irish ed out in a- character in the Irish Independent, pastorals his have been argument against

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

7 Nov 1914

was held in very high esteem by his brothers of the legal profession, and his courteous character and kindly disposition made for him a host of friends Sligo. Tully has transferred his business to Mr Thomas Williams, Crown Solicitor, with whom has lodged

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

1 Dec 1888

the fashion. and looked so the eleetors by raising false baues. Mr Gladstone'. last esense a correspondent for put reconciling his light and that any l Ins! heyonil the obi opinion- us ith hi- present polies. is ' inability nail , ' have spoilt there effect

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

15 Jul 1893

every lefties a mind of his own pause and con- present Lady Aberdeen with au addr ess eider would it be politic to band the of welcome on the occasion of hop visit control of the Executive Government into here to-day. Her lady ship will arri ve the hands

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

7 Nov 1925

res..riing Adelaide Street. Sligo, f r har.ng paid no road tax to respect of a run..! _is traction engine. Mr. Harrison, in lerly his solicitor, Mr M 3 Howley. said that I,e had this engine at Bundoren fur the season and only moved it twice a ,ear—from

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

21 Oct 1939

President, Mr. D. M. Huuley, presided, j tin death of Mr. John Lambert, which mutual assistance in the event Of . I ''' , Swing ® an< '- , Admission, J l ' extsting e°st of living, the Sligo Ire. Mary Anna Kelly. Drnm.ease. UrS-! i, , th Secretary (Mr. J

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

11 Nov 1944

bet wren a Neese of chivalry and that of his duties to his employers. 'llie part of flo• orous porter IVA .4 ably sustained by Mr. 31 Healy who well deserved the applause ii. reeeitisl. In the character of Mrs 11Nibiti. the harassed mother, Nliss Milreinan

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1912

Thanks to Mr. Harte. Subsequently, Mr Meehan proposed voto thanks to the chairman for the able and dignified manner which over that immense gathering. “Mr Harte, proceeded Mr Meehan, “is man the people, lie is a representative mau, and what’a more reliable

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

11 Dec 1926

most prominent Lacquer Tray—Mr. J. Burke. plsyers on th• Trades' side were P. Mr. Carpet Rug—Mr. McLoughlin. (lowan, Callaghan, Monahan, Kane. Messrs Table Cloth—Mr. H. C. Lyons. M Conlon. Shannon and Jim Fallon shone Soap—Mr. J. Bennett. m.n.pituotisly

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

6 Oct 1883

m•kee the 'Moir different. Dr. Palmer-Dr. Laird attended on a red ticket. Mr Cutlery-4).es gay guardian mean to my be was not • pauper ? Mr O'Connor Derrig I who wimbetter known Jack the Whistler) the relief lists. Mr Collery-H• getting medical relief. end

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Sligo Chronicle

Sligo Chronicle Sligo, Republic of Ireland

17 Sep 1859

cried S.ndy ; then retention to the side, where no into hvoritite •rni.eheir hi the cony whit. lois bairn toddled to his knee, and little Sandy Monate his pipe, Ss mid to his girl dame, who busied nil ri:h removing the supper power wouldn't hut the two

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

19 Sep 1931

Carrowgarrv; Mr. and Mrs. order merit !..i the diip was A. J. Crichton, Uarrowgariv; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. J. Galla ,!e r. Killarg»u a . and the W. Black. Heltrn; Miss Graham, Beltra; third Miss Mary fi. O'Huorke, Tents. Mrs. C'. Malum, jtiw; Mr. and Mrs. 1). Tarmon

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

30 Jan 1892

of doing hit duty out of his own pocket. The decision of the Queen's nch Division wag affirmed, but with- 1 out costs. Conned for the Sheriff--Mr Carson, Q.C., and Mr James Campbell (instructed by Messrs Gerard and Co). For Mr Hunter, an objecting ceaspayer—

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

1 Nov 1924

the following, to the organisers are exceedingly 'rate %Irk. W. J. Bellew. Mrs. Cook, Me runs, Mrs Mi.Loghry, Mrs Wade. . Mr Blennerhasset, Mrs Gorman, Currie, Miss Pagan, and Mrs. Saint. . - SATURDAY, NOVIMBIR 1, 1924. 'Mame—Special services of intercession

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

15 Oct 1892

was marked read. —I think that is a very toroth:at proposal of Mr Fedor. Mr H to move on that the rates stood Hoy are. Mr I Nomad it.. CUAIIMAR—Do yo. prom far.divislo., sae —1 do, Mr animas. tMe Lka the followtex meek Bream Roomy, UAW. Far Akins Lyons

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

21 Jul 1934

Shievenan for £l2 17s, damages bis motor and £1 for missing a dance band engagement. Mr. O. I). Gogarty (instructed Mr. K. Callan, Boyle) appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. O'Briain (instructed Messrs llowley and Armstrong) was for tho defendant. James Shi

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Sligo Champion

Sligo Champion Sligo, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1877

appears t►at the 'boo which eonveyed Mr Donne. &ad several other Shgo gentlemen. from timpooeree. was overterned. The only persmi hurt was Mr tikiwas. and rafortanaisir big injories are each es. we believe. will IMMO .tate his maims, is Longford for a corsiderable

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

20 Oct 1888

for being drunk, and he would be brought up at next week's Sessions. Mr —Have you been up here before All:EKED—Once. Mr Mousxev—For being driiiik Witness replied in the tiegati*e• Mr MOLONEY said that it was a oat family name. He was very sorry to see

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Sligo Independent

Sligo Independent Sligo, Republic of Ireland

1 Sep 1883

Rooney was called as • optimal. Mrs Gonninz, and wa. ecomined by Mr Re.lle7. She new H nor Roma and Mrs Donning pieolding one another 'at Mrs ()tinning's door. Mrs Moran emus down to of her ender. Mr/ Clomping gone Mrs Moran a shore, and then the other

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