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In 1883, Thomas Parry, a 26-year-old assistant shepherd, was working for Major Thomas Braddell in Wexford. Also working there was Alice Burns, a 19-year-old Galway girl. The two had a whirlwind romance, Parry was deeply in love and bought her a beautiful ring and they became engaged.
This photograph of a cattle fair on Eyre Square was taken looking toward the west. The buildings in the distance were, on the far left, Gilbey’s, drinks distributors which later moved premises to William Street; next to it was Webb’s Hotel. This was originally built in 1810 and was known as the Clanricarde Arms. It was later known as Kilroy’s Hotel, then Murphy’s, until it was taken over by Joe Delaney and he changed the name to The Imperial Hotel.
Location is a primary factor where property is concerned, and Joyce, Mackie & Lougheed auctioneers is offering for sale by public auction this charming detached two bedroom bungalow in one of the most sought after locations in Galway, The Claddagh. The quaint residence is only 110 metres from the Prom and the seashore and a short walk from the city centre and all of its amenities.
This January 7 marks the 95th anniversary of one of the most influential votes to have been taken by Dáil Éireann. The result of the Anglo-Irish Treaty vote continues to shape Ireland’s relationship with Britain and her place within the family of European and global nations to this day, as it does the domestic politics on this island. The Treaty was an agreement between the government of the United Kingdom and representatives of the Irish Republic, signed on December 6 1921, which brought the War of Independence to an end.
The Imperial Hotel, bar, and restaurant, located right on Eyre Square, is the perfect place in which to take a break from your shopping, or from your busy working day. Whether it is to stop in for a coffee/tea and a sandwich, or to have a full dinner, The Imperial Hotel, Bar and Restaurant caters for everyone.
A book of condolence has been opened at City Hall for former minister and city mayor, TD and Minister Bobby Molloy after his death at the weekend at the age of 80. Mr Molloy was laid to rest in The New Cemetery Bohermore yesterday (Wednesday) following funeral mass in Galway Cathedral.
The Imperial Hotel, Bar, and Restaurant, located right on Eyre Square, is the perfect place in which to take a break from your shopping, or from your busy working day.
Lynch auctioneers is currently offering this excellently located three bedroom end of terrace house, situated on a corner site, with well maintained gardens surrounding.
John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale by public auction No 1 Upper Fairhill Road, The Claddagh.