The Irish Times, 3 March 1906
At the Fermoy Petty Sessions, Dr. Williams said, with the permission of the chairman, he wished to refer to the coming departure of Sergeant Booth from the town on promotion to the Depot. The sergeant was stationed in Fermoy for the past six years, and during that time he was called on to perform very onerous duties for the peace of the district. He (Dr. Williams) felt certain he was only voicing the feelings of the Bench in expressing regret at losing such a very efficient police officer. The chairman, Dr. T. M. W. Aherne, Mr. Dickson, R.M., and others endorsed these remarks, and Sergeant Booth having thanked the Bench for their kind expressions, the chairman concluded by wishing him every success in his new sphere.
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