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Mike Mullery of Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market a stunning two bedroom residence in one of the most desirable locations in the city. Number 1 Canal Court is situated in a small development of six homes which boasts an idyllic location overlooking the canal on Canal Road Upper.
The Connacht Junior Cup was donated by a man called Senior. He was Alfred Senior, professor of chemistry in UCG from 1891 to 1918. The cup was first played for in 1905, and as Ralph O’Gorman says in his wonderful book entitled Rugby in Connacht, the event always had a unique culture, it was competitive and unpredictable, and had a wide geographical spread of participating clubs.
Jail sentences totalling nearly two years were imposed on two brothers who, in an organised operation, travelled from Dublin to Galway on at least two occasions to make gain by breaking into parking meters in the city.
Two brothers charged with causing criminal damage to pay and display machines in the city to get their hands on more than €1,400 have been remanded into further custody to await the directions of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
O’Donnellan and Joyce recorded nine sales when it placed 11 properties up for sale by public auction. The auction room in the Victoria Hotel saw in the region of 250 people, standing room only, watch in awe as bidders chased the value at last Friday’s event.
The Derelict Sites Act should get more use, particularly in relation to properties owned by local authorities. That was the view of Judge David Anderson at the recent sitting of Mullingar District Court, when he imposed a €1,000 fine on the National Housebuilding Guarantee Company Ltd who failed to comply with a derelict sites notice.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold the largest executor property auction in the country when 10 properties go under the auction hammer tomorrow (Friday) at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold the largest executor property auction in the country when 10 properties go under the auction hammer on September 24 at 3pm in The Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway.
Bernard Phillips, who was born c1835, was a widower who worked with Thomas McDonogh and Co in Merchants Road. He had been married to Mary Bowen from Galway, and they had five children. She unfortunately died, and some time afterwards Bernard was loaned by McDonogh’s to Craig and Gardiner, 41 Dame Street, Dublin, where he worked as a mercantile clerk. While he was there he met and married Teresa Hayes from Dublin. They came back to Galway and Bernard continued working for McDonogh’s.