The Irish Drapers Assistants Benefit and Protective Association (Limerick Branch) held a well-attended quarterly meeting last Wednesday, with Mr E. Davuy presiding as the branch Chairman. He emphasized the importance of members familiarizing themselves with the Association’s rules to better understand their roles and responsibilities and assured that the Association will not adopt aggressive tactics towards drapery employers. In a groundbreaking move, several young ladies were announced as new members of the branch, receiving enthusiastic applause. The meeting resulted in a unanimous resolution reinforcing the Association’s mission of safeguarding the benefits and protection of drapery employees. Drapery professionals in Limerick who have yet to join are encouraged to do so without delay.
Limerick Echo – Tuesday 23 December 1902