19 April 1902
The next matter under consideration of the affiliation
of Cloonloo and Carrowcrory auxilliaries with the
Boyle Society. [.] The experts of the Irish
Agricultural Organization Society, Mr Horace Plunkett
and Father Finlay, were in favour of the establishment
of the auxilliaries.
Mr Cryan said he had come there on behalf of the
Carrowcrory auxiliary. He even advised the Carrowcrory
shareholders not to come to this meeting as
shareholders at all, although he believed they got
notice to attend. He told them not to attend as it
would cause friction.
Chairman - That is a wrong opinion.
Mr Cryan said from experience at the last meeting it
would come to something like it. They came prepared to
pay their own expenses, and if required would pay for
their house and machinery. They only wanted
co-operation. They were prepared to do their part if
the Boyle Society did theirs.
Mr McManamy - I think I can speak for the Cloonloo
shareholders, and I say we are prepared to pay for our
house and machinery.
The chairman asked how may cows they could guarantee
Mr Cryan - Unfortunately I did not come exactly
Chairman - Would you have 200?
Mr Cryan - We could have 500 cows. We have 300 at the
Mr McManamy said he could endorse every word of what
Mr Cryan had said with regard to the expense of
getting up the house and machinery. He defied any man
prove that their expenses will be £3 a week. [.]
Submitted by: Ellen Herron
Ireland Home Page
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All rights to the pages found within this site are
retained by the original submitter of the information. Pages may be printed or
copied for personal use only. They may NOT be reproduced in any form in whole or
in part by any individual or organization for profit.