The Irish Times, 4 June 1932
6225 Guard D. Ahern, Templemore, Tipperary, to Barrack Street, Cork, E.R.
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The Irish Times, 20 June 1932
   Robert Hunter McKenzie, proprietor of a restaurant in North King street, popilarly known as "The Dime," was charged with having allowed his premises to be the resort of women who were known to be common street-walkers.
   Inspector Beggs told the Court that he and Guard Aherne (40D) had the place under observation in the early hours of the morning for several days, and found on the premises, on an average, half-a-dozen women of bad repute.
   Mr. Cussen revoked the defendant's license and ordered the premises to be closed.
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