Daily Illinois 24th October, 1933 The air-minded fisher-folk of this district gave enthusiastic welcome to Col. Lindbergh and Mrs Charles A. Lindbergh today. The flying American couple made a perfect landing in the great harbour of Galway shortly after 5 p.m. after a five and a half hour flight from Southampton, England.
Daily Illinois 29th January 1933 DeValera has majority of 1 seat in new Dail President Eamon De Valera will have a majority of one seat in the new Dail Eireann which meets two weeks from today. The counting of the final ballots in Tuesday’s general election, completed tonight with the last returns from Galway, assured … Continue reading
Connacht Tribune 7th January, 1933 p.11 (abridged) Kilmacduach (Cill Mac Duach – Mac Duach’s Church), County Galway, three and a half miles from Gort, is situated in rather bleak country on the Clare border. St. Colman Mac Duach founded a monastic settlement there in the seventh century. He spent the earlier part of his life … Continue reading
Connacht Tribune 27th May, 1933 p.6 (abridged) No progressive or prideful village, however small it may seem to those who do not live in it, likes to be isolated from the main stream of traffic. Yet this is what will happen to the village of New Quay if the present scheme of steamrolling the road … Continue reading
Anglo Celt 27th May, 1933 p.12 (abridged) Speaking at Kinvara on Wednesday, after dealing with the Pastoral of 1931 Most Rev Dr O’Doherty said; There is another evil that is creeping in slowly and the people must be on their guard against it. You may not know that some years ago a dozen young Communists … Continue reading
https://widgetworld3.wordpress.com/podcasts/ BLAIRMORE ENTERPRISE 2ND FEBRUARY, 1933 P 7 ANXIOUS TO VOTE Man in Ireland cycles 100 miles to cast his ballot. Dublin, Ireland – Two centenarians were among the first to case their vote in Donegal as the Irish Free State went to the polls. In Kenmare a husband, a wife, aged 101 and 99 … Continue reading