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  • County: Carlow, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

21 Feb 1920

eapabl,y. The Mayor (wearing his chain of °Mee) took his sent at he n l lt of the table at eight o'clock. On his sat the Right Rev. Monsignor Doyle, P. St. Canoe's, and Rev. A. O'Kee ff e„Adni., Bt. and on his left were Mr. Jobs F. 'Mennan, Chairman of

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Type: Illustrated
Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

18 Sep 1920

us. Mr. Kenny—We have an estate in our parish. and the landlord offered to accept 121 ;ears' purchase, and the only thing to he settled ia a question about a small tithe rent. The owner, lady in Dublin. has .offered to leave it to Mr. Gorey and Mr. Egan

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Type: Illustrated
Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

29 Nov 1919

LANDS OF KILTRASSY, WINDGAP. GHEE and HARE will sell. by instruction of Mr. Edmond Purcell, ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6th, At o'clock p.m. at their °Sees, Castle street, Carrick-on-Bair, His interest in valuable outside Feesimple Farm at Kiltrassy, containing

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

9 Apr 1910

long abeam. It took for Lady to get wad to There were a succession of stormy scenes at then) atid trove*, front the other. Bantry Board of Guardians - meeting on Towdee, Lady lit y. who aid be ',twain' to! beginning with Chairman, Mr Galloon, Ml', •Iqt I

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

25 Sep 1920

they are kept longer than two seasons, the number of eggs falls off rapidly. It is a LAIRD'S Issued by SHAMPOO POWDERS are kept longer than two seasons, the out of his herd. number of eggs fulls off rapidly. It is a Alderman Nlagennis-Who is an aninial

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Type: Illustrated
Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

31 Jan 1920

outlet in his sketches and songs. The songs which formed part of his entertainment were all of his own composition, and some of them. such as The Mountains of Mourne, are likely to be popular for many years to come. The vocal portion of his entertainment

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

11 Sep 1920

Healy—lt is hie own fault that he hasn't the same poundage as Mr Deigan; if he adjusted his bond be would get the same poundage as Mr. Deigan. There was no order made. Gas Company's Vali:sties. Mr. M. Buggy, solicitor to the corporation. wrote intimating

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Type: Illustrated
Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

6 Mar 1920

window-dressing that went on. His proposal was to lky by a comfortable little neat egg and increase the rate by 3d. in the pound to meet the deficits. Mr. O'Neill—All alone, all alone (laughter). Mr. Dooley seconded Mr. Walsh's proposition and said he

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

14 May 1910

qualified A B burrs IS HIES Park liaarpo4l • a span NJ • aad sold at lowed be ash E. P. pm J tY isete ( 7 . s t o res: part and N0r..,; sod to mid is Ardreigh Hoarse, Miry) to Se risk Nu :ling s from' the following Mills : Ladies' and Children's Underclothing

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

12 Dec 1914

butter dish and strainers, Mr W. Do d ge had from all (Ismael CARLOW-MADE 211. 42e. Bagenalatowa measures and skimmers, milk paths, patent Mrs Me D, in.lb B UILDING Cement, I - butter cooler, meat Gala, [mail and mortar. Mr A. Farina Snake, Ti.., Sewer

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Carlow Sentinel

Carlow Sentinel Carlow, Republic of Ireland

2 Oct 1920

Workmen's Wades. Mr. 'I. Nagle, Organiser of the Transrun Union, wrote stating he in-tructed to apply to In of 18 s. pia week on the present we of 425. ag 1.. r all men in the corporations employment who were members of his Union. . Mr. Reade—l move that

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Type: Illustrated