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Low Attendance at Last Sunday’s Matches

Last Sunday, the City Junior Board organized two matches at the Markets Field as part of their competitions. The first was a junior championship football match, while the other was a challenge match between Young Ireland and Ewmets. Additionally, in an effort to encourage junior athletes, the board offered three… Read More

Young Man Arrested for Alleged Larceny in Limerick

Limerick – On Monday, Sergeant McHugh of Murroe apprehended a young man identified as Laurence Gorman, who stands accused of stealing a watch belonging to Laurence Ryan of Caherconlish. The alleged incident took place in a public house in Limerick on the 15th of August last. During questioning, the accused… Read More

Big Hurling Match At Limerick: London Irish vs. Limerick

On Sunday, in front of a large crowd at the Markets Field in Limerick, an exciting hurling match took place between Brian Borus (London) and a team representing Limerick city and county. The Londoners, mostly consisting of players from Clare, were invited by the Limerick team to compete. From start… Read More

Murroe New Church: Laying The Foundation Stone

An interesting ceremony took place on Sunday with the laying of the foundation stone for the new parochial church in Murroe. His Grace the Most Reverend Dr Feenelly, Archbishop of Cashel, conducted the ceremony according to the solemn rites of the Church. The need for the new church has long… 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