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O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold first live auction of 2023 tomorrow
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers' next auction is taking place tomorrow Friday, February 24, at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, and will see a wide range of properties going under the auction hammer.
Enormous interest for O’Donnellan & Joyce's first auction of 2023
The first O’Donnellan & Joyce live stream auction of 2023 is set to take place on Friday February 24 at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel, Galway city. A large number of properties of properties across the west of Ireland are set to go under the hammer on the day with a variety of residential and commercial properties suitable for owner occupiers and investors.
‘The girl we left behind us’
In the immediate aftermath of the recapture of Clifden by the anti-Treaty forces on Sunday 29 October 1922, the town was in a mess. Every house on Main Street had its windows and doors shattered. The streets were littered with glass as a result of explosions. In the houses opposite the barracks ‘not a picture remained on the walls, nor a piece of furniture unscathed’. Porter and spirits ‘flowed out the door’ of Lavelle’s pub. The ‘armoured car’, which had caused so much surprise, and gave cover to allow bombs to be placed, was removed and abandoned at Killery. It was noted that for the first time in living memory there were no church services in Clifden that Sunday.
Anti-Treaty forces ‘secret weapon’ helps recapture Clifden
On Saturday night, October 28 1922, a large force of anti-Treatyites made their way carefully and with as little noise as possible, into the silent streets of Clifden. They had already ‘taken’ Clifden the previous July, but were unceremoniously driven out by the National Army who approached Clifden by sea achieving total surprise.
Monsignor McAlpine would not take orders from boys he had baptised
After sporadic fighting in Galway during the summer of 1922, and the occupation of some buildings in the town, including the old RIC barracks in Eglington Street, and the former Connaught Ranger barracks at Renmore, the anti-Treaty forces withdrew into Connermara, and into the east Galway countryside.
Beautiful detached home in Oranmore village
This wonderfully presented four/five bedroom detached home in Oranmore has recently come to market with Sherry FitzGerald. With a rear south facing extension, the property is situated in a very private position in Bluebell Woods, one of Oranmore’s most popular developments.
Beautiful apartment in Oranmore
This superbly presented owner occupied two bedroom apartment has just come to market and is situated in a private and convenient position in Clochog, one of Oranmore’s most popular and well maintained developments.
Mayo artist teams Up with Castle Books for debut exhibition
Tracy Murphy, up-and-coming artist and founder of Yellow Easel Studio, is partnering with newly opened Castle Books, Main Street, Castlebar, to launch her debut art exhibition.
Walker & Nihill's Distillery, Castlebar
In the spring of 1821, Laurence Nihill actively sought a partner for his Castlebar distillery. He offered an 'active role' in the business in return for a payment of between £1,000 and £1,500. The enterprise was located in what is now the car park between Main Street and Mill Lane.