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THREE HUNDRED EMPLOYED AT CLONSAST

THREE HUNDRED EMPLOYED AT CLONSAST

A very successful whist drive was held on Sunday night last at Emo in aid of parochial purposes. Twenty-eight tables were occupied. The catering was carried out perfectly by the ladies’ committee and elicited universal appreciation. Rev. J. Doyle, C.C., Rarth, who was M.C., dist
01 March 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
OBITUARY

OBITUARY

MOTHER M. ANTHONY KEEGAN,
01 March 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
NAAS HOUSING SITES

NAAS HOUSING SITES

BIG SCHEME SUGGESTED At the meeting of the Naas Urban Council on Tuesday night, the Town Clerk stated that Mr. Scott, L.G. Inspector, had inspected the site of Mr Plant and had reported that the price was excessive. Chairman (Mr. Hackett)—Supposing wc launched a bigger scheme wo
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
"INTOLERABLE NOISES'

"INTOLERABLE NOISES'

At the meeting of the Naas Urban Council Mr. f. Fenuessy wrote that hi> could not to owing the «mses that trc»-e going over him. There was eontinuotis hammering and which made things intolerable. Mr. FiHsimcms—Notify the partv that if the noises don’t aso they will have to quit.
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTIN

SPORTIN

The Navan fixture, at Leopardstown on Saturday last, wa.*, from every point of view, an unqualified success. Eucfi of the six events broußht out a very large field —over ninety runners sporting silk during the afternoon Naturally enough, with fields of such big proportions, capa
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 

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NOTES

Society), a fact which adds greatly to the interest of what promises to a memorable race. The many friends of Mr. George Hannon, the popular and successful Curragh owner, will be glad learn that he is making an excellent recovery from injuries sustained in recent cycling acciden
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
VAGE EIGHT

VAGE EIGHT

06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
OBITUARY

OBITUARY

MR. GEORGE WOLFE, FORENAUGHTS, NAAS DROICHEAD NUA COMMISSIONERS financial position •' NOT SATISFACTORY Widespread sympathy has been aroused by the death which took Senator W. Cummins (Chairman) ai .the monthly meeting Deceased had suffered from heart Droii heotl Town Coramission
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
REID’S, Clarepte Strict, KILDARE

REID’S, Clarepte Strict, KILDARE

’.CK-tiun the lease provides that if not used for simulated purpose (public park and building), the property may revert to the landlord. that is so, are in position give it J»p. In reply to the Chairman, the Town Clerk said could not he sure that were so, and, at the moment, had
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
Rents and Rates.

Rents and Rates.

Mr Smyth (Rent Collector) reoorted' that action taken several tenants who owed considerable sums in arrears of rent had resulted appreciable reductions m such arrears. The collection for the past month was satisfactory—with tour five executions. ~ , order was made that notice se
06 December 1941 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland