Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Brother’s assault At Galway Petty Sessions, a painful case connected with a dispute between two brothers was heard when Mr. Michael J. O’Brien summoned his brother Thomas for assault. Mr....

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Frightening visitors At the Galway Urban Council, Mr. R.W. Simmons, photographer, came before the Council and said he wanted to make a few observations as to the statements and articles appearing in a...

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Strike settledWe are pleased to announce that, after a struggle lasting over a month, the strike of labourers in Galway has been settled. On Wednesday evening, Mr. N.S. Reyntins, Chief Industrial Commissioners’ Dept,...

Galway In Days Gone By – A Browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Strike continuesThe Galway strike has now reached an acute stage. Although up to the present, the utmost good order has prevailed, there is a good deal of patient and uncomplaining suffering that does...

Galway In Time Gone By

1913 Clever ruseAn interesting story of how the police outwitted poteen makers in Connemara was disclosed at a Special Court in Connemara, when Tom Carter, Mucknigh, was fined £6 for being concerned in illicit...

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

 1913 Manhunt in the mountainsThree weeks ago, a man named Thomas Lydon, Carraroe, was waylaid by two men and brutally assaulted. In consequence of information received, the police endeavoured to arrest two men –...

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