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The Cork Examiner, 24 December 1912

DEATHS.
HENNESSY—On the 23rd Dec., 1912, at his residence, 14 Friar's Walk, of pneumonia, William, eldest son of the late Bryan Hennessy, aged 51 years. Funeral on Christmas morning, at 9.15 sharp, for Douglas.
GRANT—On Dec. 23rd, at her residence, 8, Hibernian Buildings, Lillian, dearly beloved wife of Geoffrey Grant, and daughter of the late Frederick Barfrey ; deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and family. R.I.P. Funeral at 2 o'clock on Christmas Day from the South Parish Church for St. Joseph's Cemetery.
NOONAN—On Dec. 23rd, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Hill, 4 Richmond Hill, Cornelius Noonan (late of Blarney st.). R.I.P. Funeral leaves Cathedral on Christmas Day, at 11.30 for Dunbollogue. American papers please copy.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A CLERGYMAN.
At Liverpool on Saturday, a man named Arthur Charles Barker (47), described as of Chesterfield House, Birr, King's County, was charged with having attempted to procure a boy of the age of 14 years to commit a criminal offence. Mr Duder, police prosecutor, said the accused was a clergyman in the Church of England, and was admitted into Orders in 1895 in the name of Arthur Charles Barker Jacobson. In 1902 he took out papers of naturalization in the United States, and in 1909, by statutory declaration, he altered his name, dropping the surname Jacobson. As to the details of the case, even he (Mr Duder), with his police court experience, hesitated to tell the magistrates. On the previous evening the accused was watched by two detectives in a picturedrome, and when arrested he attempted to run away.
Prisoner was remanded until Friday.

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