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

1914 Clifden fire Between 7 and 8 o’clock on Friday evening, 6th February, an alarming fire, which threatened to have serious consequences, broke out in the premises of Mr. Thomas O’Neill, Victualler, Market-st., Clifden....

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

1914 Dock watch reported At the Harbour Board meeting, the Harbour Master reported: “With great reluctance, I am compelled to bring under your notice the conduct of two of the dock watch, viz.: Pat...

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

1914 ‘Tickling’ the donkey At Ballinasloe Petty Sessions, Constable Ryan summoned Bridget Daly for cruelly ill-treating a donkey. The constable stated that he saw the defendant stick the nail (produced) in the donkey’s tail....

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1914 Police baton charge What our Connemara correspondent describes as the most sensational and exciting incident in the Connemara land war reached on Sunday last, when after 11 o’clock Mass, the people marched from...

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1914 The “niggers” hospital The Galway Port Sanitary Authority forwarded estimate and demand amounting to £12 10s on the Council for the year-ending 31st March, 1915. The Clerk, replying to Mr. Nilan, said the...

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1914 Stabbed in neck A serious stabbing affray is reported from Clonboo. It appears that at about 1 o’clock a.m. on Wednesday morning last, a man named Fahy was stabbed in the neck while...

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