The Limerick Reporter & Tipperary Vindicator, 9 June 1868

(Before Alderman Carte, locum tenens, and Captain Gavin.)
A girl named Mary Pickett was charged with stealing a trousers, the property of Mr. William Bolster, of Tullerboy. In consequence of the absence of Mr. Bolster the case was remanded.
On Monday Alderman Carte (locum tenens), ordered a dead pig to be destroyed which was taken up at the pig market by Mr. Wilkinson, for being diseased, and condemned by the market jury as unfit for sale.
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