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Newark Daily Advocate
Newark, Ohio
April 8, 1892

Cruel Mode of Revenge

    DUBLIN, April 8- Some unknown persons took cruel revenge on a police pensioner who occupied a farm on the Clanricarde estate, from which the previous tenant had been evicted, by breaking the legs of forty ewes. Many of the ewes had lambs dependent for sustenance on the mothers.

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New Zealand Tablet, 22 April 1892
Irish News.
Cork—With sincere pleasure we announce that, after a long and severe illness, Father Davis is decidedly convalescent. He is able to leave his room for a couple of hours daily, but is not yet permitted to try the open air, much less to resume his arduous duties in connection with the Fishing School, for which he has done so much. Before long, however, he will be able to resume his useful labours. His attack was of a most serious character.

An important meeting was held recently at Killavullen for the purpose of starting a butter factory in the district. The meeting was held in the schoolroom, and was large and influential, all the farmers of the district being present. Rev. Richard Ahern presided. The reverend chairman explained the object of the meeting, and the great benefit it would be to the farmers if they bad a butter factory in the district. He bad seen them in other places where they were far from the railway, and they were paying very well.

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