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Labour Cause In Dispute: Mr Naughton Responds

Adare, March 30th, 1904 – In response to an article published in the Limerick Echo regarding a meeting held by eight branches of the Irish Land and Labour Association in Hospital, Mr Naughton of Adare has written a letter to the editor, expressing his views and addressing the claims made… Read More

East Limerick Parliamentary Committee Stands Firm on Labour Cause

Limerick, May 2, 1905: The East Limerick Parliamentary Committee of the Irish Land and Labour Association convened at Hospital, presided over by Mr James O’Dwyer. The committee discussed various issues pertaining to the Labour movement and expressed their unwavering support for the Central Council. Among the delegates present were representatives… Read More

Labour Cause in East Limerick: Committee’s Confidence in Central Council

Hospital, May 2, 1905 – The East Limerick Parliamentary Committee of the Irish Land and Labour Association held a meeting at Hospital on Sunday, April 22nd, with Mr James O’Dwyer as the chairman. The delegates present represented various branches, including Kilteely, Herbertstown, Ballybricken, Pallasgreen, and Hospital, with an impressive turnout… Read More

Labour Cause in East Limerick: Committee’s Confidence in Central Council

Hospital, May 2, 1905 – The East Limerick Parliamentary Committee of the Irish Land and Labour Association held a meeting at Hospital on Sunday, April 22nd, with Mr James O’Dwyer as the chairman. The delegates present represented various branches, including Kilteely, Herbertstown, Ballybricken, Pallasgreen, and Hospital, with an impressive turnout… Read More

IMPROVEMENT SCHEMES UNDER LABOURERS (IRELAND) ACTS

The Limerick No. 1 Rural District Council hereby announces the implementation of Improvement Schemes in accordance with the Labourers (Ireland) Acts. These schemes pertain to the following sections of the rural district, comprising the electoral divisions of Abington, Ballybricken, Ballycunmin, Ballysimon, Ballyvarra, Caherconlish East, Caherconlish West, Caherelly, Cappamore, Carrig, Castleconnell,… Read More

Ada Rehan: Limerick’s Luminary in the Theatrical Tapestry

In the ever-evolving world of theater, where the threads of comedy and tragedy interlace, emerges a radiant figure whose art transcends the boundaries of classification. Miss Ada Rehan, with her exquisite performances, challenges the norms of traditional drama, captivating audiences with her poetic brilliance. Born in Ballybricken around 1836 to… Read More