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Francis' Soap Shop offers dermocosmetics for all skin types, Oriental beauty elixirs, cleansing gels, firming salts from the Dead Sea, and bath milk.
SP Corbett, ironmonger (known as Sam), opened a hardware shop for business in a premises on Williamsgate Street in 1894. It was a one-stop shop where one could get lost with the extraordinary array of goods, even those on display on the footpath. Inside, one could buy spade trees, ropes, churns, seed potatoes, Fenton’s cutlery, washing boards, kitchen chairs, oil lamps, fowling pieces, portmanteaus, non-poisonous sheep dips, perambulators, mail cars, threshing machines, wallpaper, glass and earthenware, oil paints in colours of every description, Persse’s whiskies, brass and iron bedsteads, hair, fibre and spring mattresses, linoleums, bamboo and wicker goods, guns and ammunition, wallpaper, mowers, reapers and binders, and everything a fisherman might need.
TWM brings Unit 217 in Eyre Square Shopping Centre to the market. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a retail unit in this busy shopping centre. The unit is fully let to Vero Moda (Galway) Limited with a parent company guarantee in place to Bestseller Wholesale AS. The investment produces an annual rent of €151,700 and has more than eight years unexpired on the original 35 year lease which commenced in May 1991. The lease benefits from upwards only rent reviews.
This very attractive study of Mr And Mrs Broderick from Ballintemple was taken in Williamsgate Street c1885. They were all dressed up coming into town for the fair or market ... she in her Sunday best and he in his plus fours, tail coat, and top hat. Many people who came in from the country for the occasions like this would have been similarly dressed.
In business for the past 28 years, The Galway Hat Shop is a profitable business, both cost effective to operate and manage. It serves national and local customers in a modern ground floor shop premises in Corbett Court/Eyre Square Shopping Centre.
SUB-CITY Comics Galway will host the fourth annual Halloween ComicFest event this Saturday, with 21 free comics available from which to choose.