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Limerick Resident Faces Consequences for Disruptive Conduct in Tiverton

A resident of Limerick, Mary Sullivan, recently confronted a challenging situation when she appeared before the Mayor in Tiverton. Her presence before the local authority stemmed from her disorderly behaviour in the vicinity of Lowman Green. Though geographically distant from her Irish homeland, the repercussions of her actions were unequivocal.

The court, acting decisively, determined that a punitive measure was necessary to instil a sense of public order and respect for the community. As a result, a sentence of fourteen days was imposed, with the intention of providing a valuable lesson.

News of this sentence quickly disseminated throughout Limerick. Some may find themselves contemplating the potential consequences of their own conduct, while others hold hope for Mary Sullivan’s reintegration upon her eventual return.

Western Times – Friday 30 December 1904