1899

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The Wild Atlantic Way – 1899

Supplement to the Cork Examiner, 18th November, 1899 The finest scenery in Ireland is on the northwest coasts of Connemara, Mayo and Donegal. There are no grander headlands in Europe than these broken, precipitous highland masses towering above the Atlantic. Galway is the gateway leading into this picturesque region with its invigorating climate. A magnificent … Continue reading

Lisdoonvarna – 1899

Freemans Journal 18th July, 1899 p.6 To the Editor of the Freeman’s Journal. Lisdoonvarna, July 16th 1899 Sir, As one who has spent most enjoyable holidays in Lisdoonvarna, permit me to give my views to the public with regard to this most picturesque spot as a health resort.  Situated, as Lisdoonvarna is, in the centre … Continue reading

Kinvara – 1899

Tuam Herald 14th October, 1899 p.2 Letters to the Editor Sir, Arising out of your recent interesting articles on the awful condition of our Co. Galway Roads, it is to be hoped that Mr. Perry will not certify for payment of Roads from the town of Kinvara without first coming to inspect them or else … Continue reading

The Wild Atlantic Way – 1899

Supplement to the Cork Examiner, 18th November, 1899 The finest scenery in Ireland is on the northwest coasts of Connemara, Mayo and Donegal. There are no grander headlands in Europe than these broken, precipitous highland masses towering above the Atlantic. Galway is the gateway leading into this picturesque region with its invigorating climate. A magnificent … Continue reading

County Council Elections – 1899

Tuam Herald 11th March, 1899 p4 (abridged) A large and representative meeting of the electors of the parish of Kinvarra was held recently at Kinvarra for the selection of a candidate for the office of County Councillor of the Gort Division and of candidates for the District Councillorship of Kinvarra, Doorus, Killinny and Cahermore. The … Continue reading

Loughrea – 1899

New Zealand Tablet Vol XXVII Issue 9, 2nd March 1899 p9 In Loughrea shields have been erected bearing the names of each street in Irish. Father Nolan ODC, who is an Irish scholar, is responsible for the idea, and the painting and lettering of the shields was done by Father Thomas ODC, assisted by the … Continue reading

Kinvarra bazaar – 1899

New Zealand Tablet Vol XXVII Issue 42 19th October, 1899 P 9 Irish News (abridged) A most successful bazaar in aid of the Convent of Kinvarra was held about the end of August. The affair concluded with athletic sports in the convent grounds. A somewhat novel and certainly most interesting incident in the ‘athletic’ contest … Continue reading

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