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THE LEINSTER LEADER Printed and Published by the Leinster Leadi!r. Ltd., at their Offices and Works, Naas. Telephone; Naas 2.

THE LEINSTER LEADER Printed and Published by the Leinster Leadi!r. Ltd., at their Offices and Works, Naas. Telephone; Naas 2.

Telegrams : Leinster Leader, •’ Naas Dublin : Dame House, 26 Dame St., WholesaU Agency:—Messrs. Eason •nd Son?. O'Connell St.. Dublin, tendon: 173 Fleet Street. E.C. 4.
08 April 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
NAAS URBAN COUNCIL

NAAS URBAN COUNCIL

EXTENSION of school MEALS Mr Fitzsimons (Chairman) presided the meeting of the Naas Urban Council Tuesday. There W ere present—Mrs. Higgins, Missr* J Law ler. M. J. O’Donoghue. Daly. J. Taylor, with the Town ST CORBAN’S TERRACE Mr. Liu l .'r said it should be made clear that in
08 April 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
Milk Contract

Milk Contract

The tender of Mr. P. J. Frayne. Maynooth, was accepted for the supply of the highest grade milk to the Co. Sanatorium for the twelve months ending the 3st March, at 3<4 per gallon. Approved. Cottage Tenants Appointed On the recommendation of Dr. Aughr.ey, Asst. Co. M.0.H.. the C
08 April 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
ATHY COUNCIL'S SYMPATHY

ATHY COUNCIL'S SYMPATHY

Athy Urban Council on Monday night passed a resolutions of sympathy with the relatives of the late. Mr. James Reddy, Manager, “Nationalist and Leinster Times,” Carlow.
08 April 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
REMARKABLY FINE ENTRY FOR ANNUAL FIXTURE

REMARKABLY FINE ENTRY FOR ANNUAL FIXTURE

Not for many years has the annual sale, held under the auspices of the Irish Shorthorn. Hereford and Anaus Breed Associations, attracted such a representative gathering of pedigree stock of the three breeds. The Shorthorn and Dairy Shorthorn sections contain really first quality
09 September 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 

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Supplementary Emergency Bonus.

Supplementary Emergency Bonus.

Application from Council’s staff and other workers for supplementary emergency bonus. Order—That and from Ist July. 1944, supplementary emergency bonus be granted to the undermentioned officers and employees at the rate set out opposite to each name, subject to sanction. Joseph
09 September 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
BUS TRAFFIC COMPLAINTS

BUS TRAFFIC COMPLAINTS

NAAS COUNCIL'S CRITICISM Naas Urban Council, by a resolution proposed by Mrs. Higgins, seconded bv Mr. O’Donoghue, and passed unanimously. decided to make representations the G.S.R Co. regarding the hardships endured queues at Naas and by bus travellers generally. The matter was
09 September 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW COUNTY MANAGER

NEW COUNTY MANAGER

At the meetings of Naas and Athy Urban Councils a letter was read from the L.G D notifying the Councils that Mr. Michael de Lacy. 14 Conyngham Road. Dublin, has been appointed Acting County Manager for Carlow-Kildare. For some months past Mr. de Lacy, who is a senior official of
09 September 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
LEINSTER LEADER, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1944 ATHY COUNCILS APPRECIATION

LEINSTER LEADER, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1944 ATHY COUNCILS APPRECIATION

TRIBUTES TO FORMER COUNTY MANAGER High tributes were paid by Athy Council at their meeting on Monday night to the former County Manager, Mr. E. A. Joyce, and deep regret at his departure from the county was expressed. The following letter from Mr. Joyce to the Chairman was read
09 September 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNGRY HORSE’S DIET

HUNGRY HORSE’S DIET

Summoning Andrew Dempsey. Prosperous, at Kilcock on Tuesday. Guard O’Sullivan. Maynooth, said that the defendant left his horse outside a publichowse in Maynooth without food Jo long that It started to eat the bark of a tree to which it was tethered The defendant left the horse
09 September 1944 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland