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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    BALLINA CHRONICLE Mayo, Ireland Wednesday, Sept 5, 1849 CROSSMOLINA PETTY SESSIONS Magistrates present- Edward Orme and Thomas E Bourke, Esqrs. Summonses were
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      BALLINA CHRONICLE
      Mayo, Ireland
      Wednesday, Sept 5, 1849

      CROSSMOLINA PETTY SESSIONS
      Magistrates present- Edward Orme and Thomas E Bourke, Esqrs.
      Summonses were issued by the vice guardians against several persons for
      obstructing the occupancy of the cholera hospital, &c. The summonses being
      informal, the case was dismissed.
      Informations were received against Thos. and James Gallagher, for stealing
      15s. worth of meal and 4s. worth of turnip seed, the property of the Rev.
      Michael Conway.
      Honor M'Kenna of Clonkee, charged Patrick M'Hugh with using violent and
      abusive language towards her and putting her in fear and terror of her life.
      Dismissed.
      John and James Larkin were sentenced to one month's imprisonment for
      violently assaulting Rosa Killeen on the 19th ult.

      SEIZURE OF WORKHOUSE CHATTELS- The Vice-Guardians of this Union being unable to
      complete their arrangements with Mr. William Malley, jun., for supplies
      furnished by him, an execution at the suit of this gentleman for a sum amounting
      to about £4500 was laid on the furniture of the Workhouse on Monday last. The
      sub-sheriff was engaged for the greater part of that day making an inventory of
      the property, which is advertised to be sold on the 10th inst.


      SHERIFF'S SALE
      WILLIAM MALLEY, JUN.} By Virtue of Her Ma-
      v. } jesty's Writ of Fiere
      The Guardians of the } Facias, in this cause to
      Poor of the Ballina Union } me directed. I will on
      _________________ }MONDAY next, the 10th inst., and on the following days,
      SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION
      At the Workhouses in the Towns of Ballina, Belmullet, and Binghampton, the
      Entire Stock of Household Furniture and other effects,
      Consisting of Bedsteads and Bedding, Tables, Cupboards, Forms, Presses, Chairs,
      Desks, Buckets, Tubs, Keelers, Kettles, Tins, Boilers, Steaming Apparatus,
      Troughs, Trays, Barrows, Ladders, Turf-Bins, Plate Strainers, Boxes, Brushes,
      Fenders and Irons, Flax and Scuthing Blocks, Reels and Spinning Wheels, some
      Dyed Wool, Looms, Warping Frames, together with a great quantity of Turnips,
      Onions, Parsnips and Carrots, and sundry other articles usually found in Union
      Workhouses.
      Terms-Cash. The Purchaser to pay Auction Fees.
      ANTHONY ORMSBY, Sheriff.
      Sheriff's Office, Castlebar.
      4th September, 1849.
      HIGGINS & JONES, Auctioneers.
      The above sale will take place in Ballina on Monday the 10th; in Belmullet,
      on Wednesday, the 12th, in Bingamstown, on Thursday, the 13th inst., at the hour
      of 12 o'clock on each of said days.


      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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