Connemara Reorganising

Connemara, Reorganising

Rev. Father Donnellan C.C. presided at a meeting in Cashel (Connemara), and said the United Irish League was necessary in the future.  By having a branch of the League they had the Irish Party at their back, and having the Irish Party at their back, they had the best means of having their grievances redressed. (Applause)

Children’s Court

An order was made to send them to the Industrial School.

Mr Dockery, Inspector, N.S.P.C., had two children named Reilly, who were found wandering on the street, with no one to look after them as their mother was dead and the father, a sweep, was unable to do it.

An order was made to send them to the Industrial School.

Sergt O’Hara had parties up from Kileen for having their lights out.

Small fines were imposed.

Galway Observer, 3 March 1917

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