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A METEORIC TERROR.

A METEORIC TERROR.

Mr. J. E. Mattox, a well-known citizen of Simpson County, who owns an extensive farm on Campbell’s Creek, about eighteen miles south cast of Brandon, Miss., came into town on the morning of July 23rd y and told a huge meteoric stone which fell near his house on the night of July
August 26, 1893 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THUMB.

THE THUMB.

whole chapter is devoted to the thumb, but the deductions are technical The following simple rule may, however, be quoted:—“ Measure the thumb with the fhst finger—the higher it goes the high the intellectual capacity of the subject. If you wish to examine and prove this more cl
August 26, 1893 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TOWN CLERK OF BRAY.

THE TOWN CLERK OF BRAY.

Od Monday the monthly meeting of the Bray Township Commissioners was held. Ur H J P, chairman of the board, presided. Amongst those present were—Sir Henry Coobtane, Metals Edward Bteslin, JP; James M'Cormiok, James Hsnnessy, K Gow, Byrne, Condron, John Plankett, Robert Catbbert,
December 24, 1892 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
pleasant news.

pleasant news.

An order was received from the Board of Public Works for J6l,soo,being th* second instilment of the loan under the Labourers Act. TOO LATE. Miss Finn, Clonegal, wrote:—“l hold only nine acres of land from Col. C. J. Tottenham, Ballycurry House, and I object to a labourer’s cotta
December 24, 1892 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
POACHING FOR SALMON.

POACHING FOR SALMON.

Three young men named Peter Byroe, Terence Byrne, and Michael Stafford were charged with using light and spear, for the purpose of taking salmon on the banka of the Bedcroas river, county Wicklow. The three defendants pleaded guilty. Sergeant Kehoe stated that was about ten o’cl
December 24, 1892 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
BREACH OF THE LICENSING ACT.

BREACH OF THE LICENSING ACT.

Mrs Flanagan, Ballinapark,Qwas charged with having on the 27th November, unlawfully opened her licensed premises for the sale cf intoxicating liquor daring prohibited hoars. Defendant pleaded guilty, and added that was the first offence. She was sorry for it, and such a thing wo
December 24, 1892 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
AN AUSTRALIAN “HANGING.”

AN AUSTRALIAN “HANGING.”

One Paddy Mack was chosen by lot to officiate as executioner. When he approached the prisoner to pinion him the unfortunate recognised him. “ Tare and ouns, Paddy Mack, ’ he cried, *• is that you ? Who the devil would have thought of meeting you here at the back o’ Gcd speed ?”
December 24, 1892 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
LOANS TO TENANTS.

LOANS TO TENANTS.

REV. DENIS O’BRIEN, C.C., of Dublin, having applied (application No. 15814) for the Loan £l6O to improve the Lands of Cooladangan, Birony of Arklow, County of Wicklow, under Section 31 of tha Law (Ireland) Act, 18S1, the Commissioners of Fablie Works hereby give notice that all
May 27, 1893 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
CREAMEKYI

CREAMEKYI

WICKLOW FARMERS. NEW MILK~ WANTED FOB CREAMERY IN COUNTY DUBLIN. sd. per Gallon, On rail at any Station on the Dublin, Wicklow, and Wnrford Railway. Mr. Dot)b« pays carriat?® rail. Cane returned clean Weekly payments. Apply R. C DOBBS, ASHUEST, KILLINEY, COUNTY DUBLIN. This offe
May 27, 1893 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OP THE HOUSE.

STATE OP THE HOUSE.

Number in the house at last return, 231 : admitted since, 40; born, 1; discharged, 37; remaining, corresponding week last year, 241. General average coat each inmate, 3a workhouse hospital, 4a 8d; fever hospital, 4s 6d ; of provisions and necessaries received, J 832 2s; consumed
May 27, 1893 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland