A tragic fatal stabbing in Limerick claimed the life of Michael Sheehy, a railway employee, causing shock and concern in the local community. Law enforcement has launched an investigation.
Royal Munster Fusiliers Volunteer for Mediterranean Service
The Royal Munster Fusiliers based in Limerick recently received an invitation to serve in the Mediterranean region. The entire battalion promptly volunteered.
Limerick’s Controversial Decision and Global Significance in Political Discourse
Limerick’s controversial decision to grant Freedom of the City to ex-President Kruger and Miss Maud Gonne has put the city in the political spotlight. The city’s resilience and commitment to its values highlight its global significance.
“Miss Maud Gonne and ex-President Kruger Honored with Limerick City Freedom for Defying British Rule”
Miss Maud Gonne and ex-President Kruger have been granted the freedom of Limerick City for opposing British rule in South Africa and Ireland, reports the Manchester Courier. The qualification for citizenship is based on a shared resistance against British rule and support for those fighting it.
Reviving the Spirit of Irish Representation: The Strategy of the Irish Party for the Upcoming Session (1900)
The Irish party plans to revive its old spirit of activity and discipline with a new organization. Read on to know more about their strategy.
“Importance of Unity and Solidarity for Irish Political Goals: Dundee Evening Telegraph 1900”
The Irish people’s unity and support for their parliamentary party is crucial for achieving political goals. This collaboration enhances negotiating power and influence.
Ex-President Kruger accepts Freedom of the City from Limerick Corporation
Former Transvaal President Kruger receives prestigious Freedom of the City honor from Limerick Corporation for notable contributions. Dundee Courier 1900.
Limerick Council Awards Freedom of the City to Mr. Kruger in Heated Debate – Dundee Courier 1900
In 1900, a council meeting in Limerick saw a heated debate over the freedom of the city honor. Mr. Kruger eventually received the award. Read more.
Limerick City Council Grants Freedom of the City to Paul Kruger and Maud Gonne
Limerick City Council has granted Freedom of the City to ex-President Paul Kruger of the Transvaal and Irish nationalist Maud Gonne for their significant achievements.
Discovering German Ancestral Roots in County Limerick, Ireland
A Pennsylvanian German discovers the descendants of his countrymen in Adare and Rathkeale, County Limerick, Ireland, revealing the enduring influence of German immigrants on Irish culture.
The Case of James Cullen v. Elizabeth Noonan: A Legal Battle Over Two Wills of Maurice Quaid
The legal battle of James Cullen v. Elizabeth Noonan over conflicting wills of Maurice Quaid serves as an example of complexities in will disputes.
“Countess Cadogan to Open Irish Industries Exhibition at Athenaeum of Limerick”
Countess Cadogan to grace Limerick’s Athenaeum during the Irish Industries Exhibition in early December. The prestigious event highlights local craftsmanship and innovation.
The Life and Legacy of Edmund Burke: Renowned Political Thinker and Writer
Discover the life and work of Edmund Burke, the great political thinker whose complexity delayed his recognition as one of the greatest minds.
Exploring Treasure Troves and Celtic Artistry: The Ardagh Cup from Limerick
Discover the history and artistry of Limerick through the lecture on “Treasure Trove” by Mr. H. F. Martin, discussing famous examples like the Ardagh cup.
Railway Company Granted Increased Payment for Mail Carriage Services
In 1900, the Railway and Canal Commission Court ruled in favor of the Waterford, Limerick, and Western Railway, granting them additional payment for mail carriage services.
“Alien charged with stealing purse, leaving victim’s marriage plans uncertain”
In 1900, an alien named Frederick Orlowski stole a purse from William Turner Savin, jeopardizing his upcoming Limerick marriage. Orlowski was sentenced to six weeks in prison.
Bog Slide in Anaholty, County Limerick Halted Just in Time to Avoid Disaster
Quick response and favorable weather conditions prevented disaster as a bog slide was stopped in Anaholty, County Limerick. Read on for more details.
The Humorous Poem That Made a Judge Adjourn Court: A Story from 1900
Discover how a clever poem managed to get a judge to adjourn a court session in 1900. Read about Mr. Justice Day and his sense of humor here.
In Irish Brigade: A Thrilling Tale of Heroism and Adventure by G. Henry
G. Henry’s “In Irish Brigade” is a thrilling tale of heroism and adventure, transporting readers to a unique moment in Irish history.
Woman Accused of Child Murder to Face Trial in Limerick: Details of the Case
A woman named Mary Mahon has been committed for trial for murdering her own child in Limerick, generating significant attention and sorrow in the community. The forthcoming trial will seek justice for the innocent life lost.