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Newspaper, The Limerick People. Vol. 1, No. 4, 30 March 1917. 4pp. printed by M. Gleeson, Limerick.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Tivoli Picture Palace, The Mall; The Gaiety Cinema; Holland's, Umbrella makers, 70 Catherine St.; J. O'Donovan, Refreshments, 2 Lower Glentworth St.; Mathew McInerney, smith and iron worker, Little Ellen St.; Mark O'Brien and Son, 16 Sir Harry's Mall and Cappamore preliminary notice to open an Auction Mart at the Old Milk Market; [Gle]?eson, wholesaler and grocer, 52 George St., and 1 Glentworth St.; A.J. Sexton auctioneer; M.B. Widdess, chemist, Roche's St.; Kivlehan, stationers, 2 O'Connell St.; Shakespeare Bar, Philip Hayes proprietor, Lower Glentworth St.; P. McDonogh, undertaker, 13 and 106 Henry St.; Shannon Cinema; P. Liston, chemist, 108 O'Connell St.; J. O'Dwyer & Co., dentist, 10 Glentworth St.; Flemings, Umbrellas, 52 Thomas St.; John Ryan, picture framer, 66 Catherine St; J.F. Bennis, insurance; City Linen Drapery and Household Stores, 29 O'Connell St.; Laird's photography; The Rexall Shop, 118 O'Connell St.; The Limerick People. PERSONS: Judge Law Smith, Mary and Martin Burns, Martin Rainsford, Patrick Godfrey, Thomas Murphy, John Dwyer, John Lynch, Patrick Murphy, James Quinm and John Landers. In compensation claim v. G.S. and W. Railway. Capt. G.M. Maher D.L., of Ballinkeele, Enniscorthy. John McNamara, Secretary of the Ancient and Incorporated Guild of Brick and Stonelayers; builders and contractors, John Kenny, Upper Cecil St.; Patrick Raleigh, Garryowen; Patrick Molloy, Church St.; Patrick Mullins, Boherbuoy. Lady Fitzgerald Arnott, Dundarnagh, Blackrock fined for selling adulterated milk; case includes Mr. McInerney K.C., Mr Guy food inspector, Mr. Potterton, Mr. O'Neil. Mr. Ginnell, late Thomas J. Clarke, Mr. MacPherson. Mr. Arthur Griffith, editor of "Nationality". Thomas O'Donoghue pulled from the river; Dr. Holmes, House Surgeon. Funeral of Mr Rickard McSwiney, 3rd son of late Mr. Daniel McSwiney Limerick. Mourners; sons Bryan and Daniel McSwiney; brother Rev. Bro. S. McSwiney, Christian Brothers, Belfast; father-in-law Bryan O'Donnell; brother-in-law M. Spain; Rev. Fr. Aloysius OSFC. H.J. Guinane, Clerk of Limerick Union; Miss Maggie Riordan and her sister Mary, drowned. Mr. William Cotter potato factor. Mark O'Brien sold for Mr. M. McCoy, solicitor of 100 George St, part of the lands of "Rath" Abington, on the Cloncurry Estate Tribute by Fr. Sampson to the Very Rev. E.B. O'Laverty. Mr. R. Conongsby Clarke songwriter and Miss H. Douglas White converts to Catholicism. Mr. T.J. Black amateur musician. W.M. Nolan, Town Clerk.

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