The Irish Times, 12 April 1916
   Tullamore Shooting Affray.—Yesterday, before Mr. Walter Callan, R.M., at Tullamore, the thirteen young men, members of the Sinn Fein Volunteers, who are in custody on a charge of attempting to murder police officers by firing at them with revolvers in the Sinn Fein Hall, Tullamore, on the night of the 20th March, were further remanded, as Sergeant Ahearn, who was shot, is still in hospital.
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The Irish Times, 15 April 1916
Cruelty to Children.—Yesterday, in the Northern Police Court, before Mr. Drury, Inspector Neely, N.S.P.C.C., charged Ellen Aherne, 88 Lower Gloucester street, Dublin, wife of James Aherne, a carpenter, with having neglected her five children, who range in age from 13 years to 12 weeks. The inspector gave evidence of finding the children neglected, cold, and hungry at various times, while the mother was drinking. Mr. Drury sent her to jail for six months, with hard labour.
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