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1912 Archives | Limerick Gazette Archives

LIMERICK MOURNS LOSS OF TALENTED PRESSMAN

Limerick, Ireland – In a sombre turn of events, the city of Limerick is grieving the loss of one of its own, Mr Joseph M. O’Connell, a highly regarded Pressman, whose untimely death occurred at his residence on Mount Pleasant Avenue this past Sunday. The 38-year-old had been battling chest… Read More

LIMERICK CHRISTMAS MERRIMENT INTERRUPTED AS WINDOWS SMASHED

LIMERICK, WEDNESDAY – In the quiet early hours of this morning, Limerick experienced an unfortunate incident that marred the festive spirit of Christmas. The incident occurred shortly after the joyous ringing of church bells marked the commencement of the holiday season. As the majority of the city’s residents had retired… Read More

Coal and Ham: Limerick’s Historic Coal Business and Culinary Delights

Limerick, Ireland – In the heart of Limerick, the bustling Great Brunswick Street is home to a longstanding pillar of the city’s commerce – the coal business of Messrs. J.J. Carroll and Sons. Established in 1830, this family-run enterprise has become a cornerstone of the community, providing an invaluable service… Read More

SAD FAREWELL TO REVERED LIMERICK PRIEST

In a sombre turn of events, the close-knit community of Limerick, Ireland, is grappling with the loss of a highly respected clergyman, Father Liam Connelly. The news of his passing has cast a pall over the city, leaving residents mourning the departure of a beloved figure who served the faithful… Read More

Limerick Contemplates Potential Changes in Education Amidst Home Rule Discussions

In a recent address at Laurel Hill Convent in Limerick, Bishop O’Dwyer acknowledged the commendable state of Irish education while expressing concerns about potential transformations under Home Rule. The bishop’s remarks centred on the apprehension that the existing educational framework, as highlighted in Mr Dillon’s recent speech, might undergo significant… Read More

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