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The Galway Vindicator and Connaught Advertiser of December 24 1851 carried an advertisement which read “TO BE LET, for such terms as may be agreed upon, and immediate possession given. EARL’S ISLAND MILL AND BLEACH GREEN. These well-known concerns occupied for so many years by the late Mr Mitchell, Linen Manufacturer, Miller, Bleacher, have always been esteemed to point of situation; preferable to every other site in Galway, but the improvement made by the Board of Works under the inspection of their skilful engineer SU Roberts ... have rendered it superior to any in the Kingdom. The land will be secured against being flooded for any part of the year. The Mill Race has been changed ... the Mill Power amended and is now equal to 40 horse power. The canal between Lough Corrib and the sea leaves the lake at the very point on which the Mill stands. The layby for boats is within 20 yards of it, and the spacious quay with landing crane and every accommodation for shipping goods will adjoin.”
Castlebar Gospel Choir to perform for two nights
Continuing on from the successful meeting last month on Setting New Goals, February’s meeting of the Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC) will take place on Wednesday, February 6, at 9.30am in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC), Castlebar.
Buccaneers return to Ulster Bank League action with a trip to The Mardyke in Cork on Saturday January 7 where they tackle University College, Cork, in a division 1B encounter kicking off at 2.30pm.
THE ‘GIORGIONE’ in the title of Tracking Giorgione (Brandon), the ambitious novel by Hungarian born writer Thomas Kabdebo, is the familiar name of Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco, an Italian Renaissance painter and contemporary of Leonardo Da Vinci.
Concerns raised by the general manager of University Hospital Galway that the facility cannot function as a centre of excellence due to financial cutbacks as well as its effects on patient care were a “damning indictment”, the chairman of the HSE West’s regional health forum said this week.