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ILADY TELEGRAPHIST MURDERED

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I LADY TELEGRAPHIST MURDERED Remarkable evidence was given before the Mullingar magistrates on Monday when ff, Joseph Heffernan was brought up charged with the murder of a lady telegraphist. It was stated that bloodstains, apparently human, were found on the trousers which pri- soner was wearing when arrested. Brownish stains, which gave the reaction of blood when tested, were found on a knife which was said to be the prisoner's. Police evidence was to the effect that on the 15th inst. prisoner said to a policeman, j "I am afraid they will sweaE my life away. Do you think if I admitted it and say I was mad from drink, would I get off with a couple I of years?" I Prisoner was committed for trial. He said, "I did not kill her," and turning to^ a policeman at the back of the court who held 'I prisoner's boots in his hands, said, "Keep those boots safe for me." Attempts were made by the public to get at I prisoner whilst being removed in custody to, the station. The crowd hooted and groaned significantly.

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