Abbeyfeale, Saturday – Mr James Woulfe Flanagan, a well-regarded RM (Resident Magistrate), is expected to make his long-awaited return to West Limerick. After being transferred to one of the midland counties several years ago, he will once again take up his magisterial functions in this district, much to the delight of the local community.
Mr Flanagan has always held the respect and admiration of the people in this area, as well as in the neighboring regions of North Kerry. His reputation has been exemplary, surpassing the usual regard bestowed upon members of his profession. The anticipation of his return has been met with great enthusiasm and eagerness.
Having served the community in the past, Mr Flanagan’s homecoming signifies a renewed sense of stability and confidence in the local justice system. His return is not only a significant event for Abbeyfeale but also for the broader West Limerick region.
The community eagerly awaits Mr Flanagan’s resumption of his magisterial duties, appreciating his fair and honorable approach to justice. His presence will undoubtedly contribute to the well-being and harmony of the district, as he resumes his pivotal role in upholding law and order.
Kerry News – Monday 03 August 1903