County Observer and Monmouthshire Central Advertiser, 21 February 1874
James Parkes and William O'Hearn, telegraph messengers, were charged at the Belfast Police Court with non-delivery of telegraphic messages entrusted to them on the 21st January. They concealed messages in their stockings, and represented at the Post office that they had delivered them. The prisoners were fined 20s., with the alternative of 14 days' imprisonment.
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