as there ever any resolntion er requirement made for the clerk to do this? Do you rely on any minutee directing you to do this ? No answer. The Urban Council only speak by resolution ; show me the resolution on the minutes He oould have made the complaint if I had done what was
The. first and only letter which I have so far received in connection with "Our Irish Fireside" was one which 1 found waiting for me on Monday morning last. The envelope was not perfumed, nor ways it earn the dainty French grey of the love-sick young man. It was plain white, avi
Mr. WElgunn asked were the fanners bound by Act of Parliament to cut the bodges adjoining the county roads. Mr. Mallon—We are now exposed to all .torus. The cutting of the hedges has left the country bleak and poor looking. The Clerk—lt has destroyed the appearance of the countr
I)istrict-Inspector Methane npplied to have a boy named Yrederick 3PCabe, about eight years of age. sent toan Industrial School in Drogheda. Unsaid that on the last Court day a woman named Bridget Reilly was rent to prison for a month fur cruelly illtreating this child. bhe stoo
FRom AND DrmAN, via Enniskillen at 9.33 a.m., 11.20 a.m. from Dablin, via Enniskillen 1.43, 7.36 p.m.—all these trains have connection with Bundoran. FROM DIS/UtY at a m. ; 14^0. 1.9. 3.7. *4.7. 6.1, 0 6.37, 10.53 p.m.—Those marked • call at Stratone only. 7'aom AND DratEs at 1.
The Rural District Council of LiPtl&Pkti, at the suit of Sub-sanitary Officer David Paton, summooed Charles Eaden. a lodging-house keeper. for having his house in an unsanitary condition. This case stood adjourned from previous court. Mr. Paton now stated that defendant bad clea