Ireland, Dublin, Drumcondra:
Petty Sessions Court Registers Image 21/02/1873.
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The highlighted text reads:
compensation 1/- [1 shilling and 0 pence]; costs 1/- or
[?] weeks imprisonment
The number of weeks is unclear (it looks to be smudged. a better image might be readable).
This type of sentence meant that the defendant had been judged to be guilty of the offence, and was required to pay the specified compensation and costs. If s/he couldn't or wouldn't pay then s/he was to be imprisoned for the specified number of weeks.
There were 12 old pence to a shilling, and 20 shillings to the pound.