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Ennistymon – 1918

Hawera and Normanby Star Vol LXXIV 4th March 1918 p5

Comber's Bakery, Ennistymon National University of Ireland via Wikimedia Commons
Comber’s Bakery, Ennistymon
National University of Ireland
via Wikimedia Commons

It is reported that the £5,500 stolen from a bank manager at Ennistymon, County Clare has been restored, with a note stating that no robbery was intended and the money was taken merely to prevent its use at the fair to buy cattle, which were to be exported.

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B.A., M.A.(Archaeology); Regional Tour Guide; Dip. Radio Media Tech; H.Dip. Computer Science.

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