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Perhaps fearing that the refusal by Irish soldiers to carry out army duties in Wellington Barracks at Jullundur, northeast India, on June 27 1920; and that the mutiny would spread to an already sympathetic native population, leading to a general protest such as at Amritsar the previous year, the army authorities quickly took decisive action. The commanding officer, Lt Col Leeds, strode into the crowd of excited and rebellious soldiers, demanding to speak to its two leaders John Flannery and Joe Hawes. He warned the men that they could be shot for this; that such behaviour only excited the natives to rebellion. Hawes, smoking a cigarette, replied that he would rather be killed by an Indian bullet than by a British one (His disrespectful attitude to his commanding officer was noted).
The HSE is seeking foster carers who can provide stable homes, both short and long term, for young people aged eight to 18 years. Foster carers currently provide care to 1,215 children in the west.
Celebrity gardener Dermot O’Neill performed the officially opening of the sensory garden at the new LARCC Centre at Multyfarnham recently.
Mc Ginn’s, Bar & Restaurant are moving away from what was the small ‘early house’ pub on the Docks in Galway, and are adapting to an ever changing market. Tomorrow (Friday) sees the launch of Mc Ginn’s as a ‘Photo Pub’; a marriage of the traditional pub with photography. The launch on Friday night is entitled ‘Six of the Best’, an exhibition by six Galway-based photographers; Joe Geoghegan, Sean Tomkins, Sean Mc Cormack, Pat O Connor, Conor Ledwith, and John Smyth who have each created six landscape studies for the opening of Mc Ginn’s as the first dedicated Photo Pub in the world !
ONE OF the most intriguing stage shows in the Town Hall Theatre in January is Wrong Curtain Theatre’s Cíosa Le Gear which runs at the studio space next week.
It’s not to often that when you go to a game, two goals have gone in before you settle into the contest. But that’s what happened last Sunday night when Castlebar Celtic hosted Dundalk in the Newstalk A league in Celtic Park. In a game which saw nine goals go in over the 90 minutes, two of them hit the back of Robert Hennelly’s net before some of the crowd had even arrived, two minutes into the game. In what was at times a lopsided game, Celtic did manage to pull the gap back to only two goals with minutes to go, despite being 5-1 down at one stage midway through the second half.
On Sunday July 25 the second garden party of the summer will take place in Belvedere House, Mullingar, with a romantic theme. The day will begin with a garden demonstration from Belvedere gardener John Smyth who will design a romantic rose garden at 1pm. From 2.30pm on the house lawn the Midlands Youth Orchestra will entertain you before the 4pm matinee production of Pride and Prejudice in the outdoor garden theatre by the Chapterhouse Theatre company.
Belvedere House and Gardens, Mullingar has organised a fun family day out for next Sunday July 11, to include a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and a very special production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
The Stars of our Bars Westmeath county final was held in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar last Thursday, April 22. The event saw 10 acts from six different venues across Westmeath perform their best to win the judges over for their chance to get to the regional final, as well as compete for cash prizes of €1,000 for first place, €500 for second, and €250 for third.