Yesterday, the County Limerick Hunt took place in Adare amidst the anticipation of potential opposition. In preparation for any conflict, a significant number of labourers were assembled to assist the master, Capt. Wise. However, no representatives from the United Irish League, known to have objections, were present to oppose the event.
Throughout the day, the members of the hunt were greeted with cheers and support. Nonetheless, the ongoing disagreement regarding the admission of individuals deemed objectionable by the league remains unresolved. The issue of who should be allowed to participate in the hunt continues to be a point of contention between the two groups.
Despite these disputes, both the hunt enthusiasts and the league members demonstrated a commitment to peaceful coexistence during the event. While the specific terms of the resolution remain undetermined, it is hoped that future discussions will lead to a satisfactory agreement that respects the concerns of all parties involved.
Morning Leader – Thursday 04 December 1902