The general collection to support the Irish Language Fund in Limerick is looking very promising since the event held at Team Hall on Monday evening. Support has come from all sides, and there is no doubt that the volunteer collectors, all well-known citizens, religious and lay, will meet with a generous response to their appeal. The progress made by the movement in the city is the best indication of success, and the enthusiasm of those who are working hard is contagious. Both old and young are eager to help, and there will not be many laggards. When the results are published, it is expected Limerick will hold a prominent position in the list of contributors, thanks to the tireless energy of the local branch of the Gaelic League and its hard working Honorary Secretary, Mr J. J. O’Donovan.
Northants Evening Telegraph – Saturday 01 March 1902