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FARMER CHARGED WITH MURDER Labourer’s body found buried Joseph Ennis (31), farmer, of Killybergs, Prosperous, Co. Kildare, appeared at the Central Criminal Court, Dublin, yesterday charged with the murder Henry Cullen (46). jobber and labourer, of the same address on August 16 l
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Social Circles (By Our Lady Corr*»i~. THE British Legion Fair at Donaghadee on Saturday raised £3OO, a very good result. Indeed, in spite the inclement weather. Great credit to be given to Captain S. J. Rhodes, chairman of the Donaghadee branch of the Legion, for his Indefatigabl