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O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold its next auction on April 17 where there will be many investment opportunities for the savvy investor.
This photograph of a group of postmen was taken on December 17 1928 outside the General Post Office in Eglinton Street. The sorting office was inside the double gate, as was the long narrow passage that brought one into the back of the post office. The car in the background was a Model T. Notice the cobbled footpath.
Galway Diary received the following statement from Adrian Martyn (great-great-great grandnephew of Peter Doherty, senior), who was shot dead at Carrigan, near Craughwell village on the night of November 2 1881. I am pleased to carry Adrian’s clarification:
An extraordinary row on the Late Late Show, 17 years ago, had a positive impact on a small Galway business struggling for survival. ‘A very attractive lady,’ Siubhan Maloney, called into Kenny’s Book Bindery, located in Salthill at the time, and told Gerry Kenny that she was a contestant in the Late Late’s Antique Show. She was re-upholstering an old chair, which included a small shelf. She wanted to see how to re-cover an old book in highly decorated leather, which would sit into the shelf. Jerry was happy to show her how it was done. First of all the pages are handsewn together, then clamped and trimmed ready for gold foil, which is applied with heat. This prevents the pages becoming dusty.
O’Donnellan & Joyce had 40 houses on view to the general public last Saturday for its forthcoming auction on June 27.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has just launched its midsummer auction which will take place on June 27 in the Harbour Hotel, Galway. The auction will be split into a morning and afternoon session.
Following the tremendous success of its first all-day property auction in May, O’Donnellan & Joyce has just announced its second all day auction which will take place on June 27. The auction will be split into a morning and an afternoon session.
One of the most versatile agents in the west of Ireland, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard held the third of its summer auctions last Friday. With the live auctions gaining more and more popularity, the company is solidifying its status as one of the most innovative marketeers when it comes to the auction process. The national exposure it promises to provide has resulted in the company being a go-to agent for those looking to achieve serious exposure and, in turn, the best possible selling prices.
The third and final summer auction hosted by leading Galway property firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard takes place tomorrow (Friday). Bringing the hammer down on what has been an exceptionally busy summer for the firm, Friday’s auctions will see 16 lots being brought to the market featuring a mix of commercial and residential properties.
For most Galwegians, Raleigh Row is an easily identifiable area, but for visitors to the city it is a location that takes a little more explanation. It is not the Crescent or St Mary’s Rd, and it is not exactly the West but it does sit between all three locations.