IRELAND OLD NEWS
Evening Telegraph, Monday, 4 Apr 1904
BRADFORD - At her residence, 22
Ferrybank Arklow, Eliza, wife of John Bradford. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), 2
o'clock, to New Cemetery.
FINNIGAN - First Anniversary - In sad and loving memory of my dear wife, Annie Finnigan, late of Castletown Geoghegan Railway Station, Westmeath, who departed this life at Grove street, Mullingar, 4th April 1903. On whose soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy. Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for her. Inserted by her loving husband and parents.
Evening Telegraph, Wednesday, 6 Apr 1904
AHERN - At her residence, Ross Quarries
Mountnugent, county Cavan, Anne, aged 65 years, relict of the late Patrick
Ahern. May the Lord have mercy on her soul. Funeral on Thursday.
Evening Telegraph, Thursday, 7 Apr 1904
HOWETT - April6, 1904, at her
residence, 24 Stanhope terrace, Upper Grangegorman, Anne, the beloved wife of
Thomas Howett, late of Bealinstown, Ballybohill, Co. Dublin and daughter of the
late Richard M'Kenna, Kearneystown, Co. Kildare; deeply regretted by her husband
and family, R.I.P. Funeral from her late residence at 10.30 a.m. on Friday
morning for Glasnevin Cemetery.
Evening Telegraph, Friday, 8 Apr 1904
CASHIN - April 6th, at his residence, 3
Longwood avenue, of congestion of the lungs, Mr. Michael Cashin, deeply
regretted by his sorrowing wife and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral
to-morrow (Saturday) morning at 10.30.
LYONS and BOLGER - April 6th, 1904, at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Booterstown, by the Rev. Father Lawless, C.C., Nicholas, third eldest son of Patrick Lyons, Ballymurphy, Tullow, Co Carlow to Kathleen (Katie) Bolger, 3 Newtown avenue, Blackrock, Dublin and eldest daughter of the late Peter Bolger, The Island, Phillinstown, King's Co.
THE CITY SESSIONS
The Recorder sat in Green street
Courthouse to-day and took up the business of the City Sessions. The Grand Jury
were sworn, but were immediately discharged, as there was no Crown business.
THE AMERICAN BAR.
Mr. Edward Moore applied for a transfer
of the license attached to the premises, 14 Eden quay. It appeared that the
premises were licensed in the name of Andrew M'Nally, and they were burned
accidentally. Mr. M'Nally afterwards left Ireland, giving power of attorney to
the Hibernian Bank to sell. The license duty was paid up to the 10th October,
1903, and in September the bank made a letting to Mr. Moore, with a view to
purchase the latter. A magistrate's transfer was obtained by Mr. Moore.
Submitted by cml
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