1903

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Galway – 1903

Irish Examiner September, 26th, 1903 The rumour regarding Galway Bay to be selected by the Admiralty as a naval base has created much interest locally, but the official confirmation is still wanting. The rumour, however, is not taken for over much here, as it is believed its origin has sprung from a discussion which took … Continue reading

King Daithi – 1903

Supplement to the Cork Examiner 4th April, 1903 (abridged) On the death of his father, Fiachra, Dathi became King of Connaught (c. 5th Century A.D.) On the death of his uncle, Niall of the Nine Hostages, he became Monarch of Ireland. He not only invaded the coasts of Gaul, but forced his way to the … Continue reading

A shrinking land – 1903

Southland Times, Issue 19179 17th October, 1903 p8 Ireland is smaller than it was, only to an inappreciable extent, it is true, and apart from any action of the waves or weather which may have a tendency to affect its size by natural means. The truth is that some Ireland has been shipped to America … Continue reading

Variations on a theme – Colcannon

The Citizen 27th February, 1919 p6 Colcannon Six cups of boiled cabbage, three cups mashed potatoes, three heaped tablespoons butter, one cup of milk, seasonings. Mix cabbage, potatoes, butter, milk and seasonings. Place in buttered baking dish. Dot with more butter and bake 40 minutes in hot oven. Serve with meat. The Salt Lake Herald … Continue reading

Gort Lace – 1903

The Intermountain Catholic 28th February, 1903 p6 (abridged) The industrial school of the Convent of Mercy, Gort, County Galway, Ireland will supply anything in lace. It is gratifying to me to read from time to time extracts from subscriptions and business letters that come to this office, thanking for suggestions offered in this department. One … Continue reading

The two Irelands – 1903

Oamaru Mail, Volume XXVIII, Issue 8273, 31 August 1903, Page 4 THE TWO IRELANDS (By Filson Young, in the London Daily Mail.) Donegal, August 17. (abridged) There are two Irelands, one of smiling, one of miserable, aspect. The first is known to the many, the second to the few; the first greets the tourist at … Continue reading

The Sea-divided Gael – 1903

Freeman’s Journal 4th Juy, 1903 p9 The Sea-Divided Gael (abridged) From the Galway ‘Express’ of May 16th we extract the following : Mr. M. J. O’Loughlin, Collector of Inland Revenue, Head Distributor of Stamps, and Receiver of Crown Quit Rents for the Counties of Galway, Clare, Mayo, Roscommon. etc., has been appointed to the important … Continue reading

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