New Zealand Tablet, 18 March 1887
Irish News.
Kerry—At the Munster Winter Assizes on December 18,  . . . Timothy Hussey, Timothy O'Brien, Michael Hannafin, Michael Ahern, and John Buckley, who were convicted of appearing in arms at Hickey's public house at Castleisland, where they were captured by the police, were sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment each with hard labour, with the [exception] of John Buckley, in whose favour the jury made a distinction and Buckley was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment with hard labour. They were also required to find sureties to be of good behaviour for three years, themselves in 20, and two sureties of 10 each, or else to be imprisoned for a further term of six months. The sentence would date from their committal on September 30.
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