King's County Chronicle, 6 April 1916

Another Tullamore Remand
As Sergt. Ahern, who was wounded in the recent Tullamore affray, was unable to attend the special court in Tullamore, on Tuesday, Mr. Fitzgerald, D.I. applied to Mr. W. Callan, B.L., R.M., for a further remand.
Poison Notice
The lands of Clonoghill and Derrinduff, in my possession, are thickly laid with POISON for the protection of Sheep.
W. K. Brereton
April 4, after a long illness, Mr. Edward Cordial, stonemason, Chapel St., Birr. Deeply regretted.
April 2, at his residence, Shamrock Lodge, Dalkey, John Lamb, son of the late Wm. Smallman, Roscrea.
April 3, at her residence, Clonbullogue, Tullamore, Elizabeth Jane, wife of David Finnamore, and daughter of the late George Cobbe.
Submitted by dja


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