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Limerick Will Case Goes to Trial

A trial was held today in Nisi Prius Court No. 2, before Mr Justice Gibson and a special jury, to determine the validity of a document from December 11th, 1889, as the last will of David Burton, a woollen draper from Newcastle West, County Limerick, who passed away on November… Read More

Legal Proceedings Adjourned for United Irish League Official in Limerick

NEWCASTLE WEST – In a significant legal development, two resident magistrates convened at Newcastle West today to address charges of intimidation and unlawful assembly under the Crimes Act leveled against Samuel Harris, the Hon. Secretary of the East Limerick Executive of the United Irish League. However, Harris was notably absent… Read More

News From Around Limerick

Murder Charges A murder charge was filed at the Glin Petty Sessions against James Normile and Michael Normile. The two were initially arrested on October 26 for house-breaking and inflicting grievous bodily harm on John Dillane in his house at East Mall, Glin, on the night of October 25. Dillane… Read More

Respected Figure from Killiard, Ardagh, Mourned

In Ardagh, West Limerick, the passing of Mr M. Cremin, D.C., has left a profound sense of loss in the community. A scion of a well-regarded and long-established local family, Mr Cremin was not only an accomplished farmer but also a dedicated public servant. His demise, which occurred on Thursday,… Read More

Financial Assistance Sought for Rathkeale’s Nationalist Memorial Cross

The recently unveiled Nationalist Memorial Cross, a striking addition to the landscape of Rathkeale, gracing the grounds of St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, is presently in need of financial support. Mr William Hayes, the treasurer entrusted with overseeing the funds, is earnestly calling upon all those who have pledged their contributions… Read More

Beloved Railway Guard Sustains Injury in Newcastle West Incident

Newcastle West, a picturesque town nestled in the heart of County Limerick, found itself in the spotlight recently, albeit under less-than-favourable circumstances. The incident that unfolded on Christmas Eve involved Mr Patrick Sheehy, a familiar and much-admired face among the commuters plying the railway line between Tralee and Limerick. Mr… Read More

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