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... garage. Offers to Box 6371. KNITWEAR Cardigans, Lumbers AND JUMPERS. STYLES IN LEADING BRANDS Ballymote, Co. Sligo. ’PHONE 3303. SALES AND AlimONS SALES BY CRYAN & COMPANY FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY GRAZING I arm at CARROWKEEL, SLIGO The above farm containing ...

Published: Saturday 18 February 1961
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 225 | Page: 12 | Tags: none

Sequel To Oran School Theft

... RC Rev; Mons. ft Canon Finnegan, P.P., Doan of Meter; Rt. EM. Mons. Z. C. Cinbn Ward, P.P.; Clones; Very Rev. Conon, Mt- Grattan, PP., Ballymena; Very Rev. M. Canon Connelly, P.P.. Tydavnet; ,Very' Rev. P. Canon McOonnon, P.P., BallymackraY: Very Rev ...

MISCELLANEOUS

... money. Make sure then thai you call or send your man'' into “The Tailoring Specialist”, lames J. Collery (Collery & Sons), Grattan St., Sligo. Phone 2960. LIGHT your Christmas Tree with our beautiful Decoration Lights—2o miniature lamps and 2 spares. Only ...

Published: Saturday 14 December 1963
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 834 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

MISCELLANEOUS

... breeds. American Broilers. £» per 100. February’ delivers. Medium Cockerels in lots of 50 or over. per 50. Apply: Elm Lank. John St.. Sligo. Telephone 2403. CT.RRETS: Good working strain. * Does. 25/-. 30 -: bucks. 30/-, -: extra large. 40 . Box and carriage ...

Published: Saturday 04 February 1961
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 378 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

THE ARGUS. Saturday, Ilk October, MS. Page Nine. I Second Division Final Is Main Attraction . B'll Forß ay COUNTY

... next •:.1 In fact all garles Hurling League, was granted per- back in official competition, and the tourney ties showed the Grattans h e - I a prim) Men fu lhall fa at who I';', ChalrMan• Mr- F. O. Patter's/se 7reate.: being virtually National League mission ...

FOUR SENIOR AND SEVEN JUNIOR TIES ON SUNDAY

... never let rip. whee .oddly a 'lough. are not to be ear again carry the day. Grattan . how. Bri v St. Annex. 10th May (ref.. gear and it was only question of M. McCaughey . John Niorie and marked for blame of this defer' ever have along line of conquests ...

OBITUARY

... Cull's (0-4 MR. E. DOYLE. GRATTAN ST. MR F. DOYLE, GRATTAN ST. The team: Pat Grace (goal): Din TAGHMON. GOREY. Kearns (Ferns), Mick Fortune (d0,),1 Th a d eat h o f Mr• James K e h o p. The death of Mr. Edward occntted at hi s Grattan Street. Gorey, oceurVa ...

Published: Friday 12 April 1963
Newspaper: New Ross Standard
County: Wexford, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2646 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

51.160 Coursing Club, which celebrated its 21st birthday with a two-day meeting over the splendid ('arraroe ..

... was centred in the Carraroe Stakes (16 dulfersl the final of which was contested bN Grattan Sound, the hot favourite. owned hr Mr. Liam Cleary. MUT- and Shgonsan. Mr, John Lang'. l.dgeware. The underdog from the start. Ed are produced a tremendouc performance ...

Published: Friday 03 February 1967
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1023 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

2 THE Sl.lllO CHAMPION, SAIII4I/.11 31,1HCH 1964. CLASSIFIED ADV ERTISEMENTS 1 MISCELLANEOUS DEATHS, IN ..

... e62B2fmimy. with _ lv - --- - Lawn Mowers. Hedge Clippers. place to St. Mary's ( F , l • l me ner i a e l ry a w l I band. John Keavney late of 'children. aoed sto IL seek holi day , Pruning Shear Rubber and Plastic 10 am. Mass on Saturday. MEEHAN ...

Published: Saturday 28 March 1964
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 5141 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

MO,IAN AFFAIRS

... Emyvale's back. Others who shone for the winners were Hugh Hughes, Pat Rafferty. John Mc.d Atziteney , Owenie and John Treanor Sean Quigley, Raphael McKenna, Cathal Murray and John 01Deese. Their scores came from H. Mc,Aree (0-7). J. Quigley (1-1), H. Hughes ...

MONAGHAN 6. A. A. AFFAIRS

... gossamer thread, the Faughs must now be better armed for thq demands which fast and eager opponents will make on them next Sunday. Such was the storming finish put in by the champions to wrench victory from the Grattans in the end, that they are due another thought ...