The town tenants’ movement in Limerick is gaining traction and displaying a vibrant and active presence. The local public figures who are spearheading this effort deserve commendation for their dedicated work, which has successfully raised significant public awareness and support within the city. The delegation representing the Limerick branch of the Association, who are attending the Town Tenants’ Convention in Dublin, is indicative of the substantial support this agitation has garnered in Limerick. Much credit is due to the organizer, Mr. Patrick Molloy, for his wholehearted efforts in driving this movement forward.
Among the local tenants in Limerick, there is a palpable sense of urgency and discontent, as they contend with pressing grievances that demand attention. These issues underscore the importance of this movement in advocating for the rights and concerns of tenants in the city.
Limerick Echo – Tuesday 28 August 1906