The East Limerick Executive of the Irish Land and Labour Association will convene for a crucial meeting on Sunday, the 7th of this month at 12 o’clock noon sharp. We urge the following branches to send their delegates to Hospital on the aforementioned Sunday: Crecora, Fedamore, Lough Gur, Bruree, Dromin, Camass, Bruff, Knocklong, Herbertstown, Dromkeen, Kilteely, Carrick-on-Suir, Caherelly, Caherline, and Pallas. Delegates are requested to bring resolutions from their respective branches.
Anticipated as the largest gathering in East Limerick, the Hospital meeting will address vital and significant issues. Discussions will cover the appointment of competent individuals to provide evidence at the upcoming sworn inquiry in Limerick, scheduled for the 10th of this month. The consideration of engaging a professional advocate to ensure the success of the approved general declaration scheme of direct labour, supported by the Limerick County Council, will also take place.
Members of the Land and Labour Association in County Limerick, please make arrangements to attend the meeting in Hospital on the upcoming Sunday and prepare for your participation in Limerick on the 10th of December. Every member is strongly encouraged to join us in Limerick on that day. A formidable opposition against the direct labour scheme has emerged, so let us be proactive and ready to provide evidence in support of the case that our esteemed leader, Lord Emly, has championed over the past four years.
Chairman: John F. Osborne
Secretary: Michael Conway
Limerick Echo – Tuesday 02 December 1902