In a recent Limerick County Council election, four closely contested divisions have declared their results. In the Glin Division, O’Callaghan polled 385 votes, followed by 179 for Finucane and 130 for Hannon. The Croom Division saw Lord Dunraven receiving 474 votes, Coleman with 436, and Maloney trailing with 167. The Murroe Division produced winning results for Carrington with 536 votes, while Ryan secured 371. The voting outcomes will shape the future of Limerick’s political landscape as elected representatives take on their new roles in the County Council.
Northants Evening Telegraph – Thursday 05 June 1902