Evening Telegraph; Dublin, Ireland; Monday, 4 Apr 1904
BRADFORD - At her residence, 22 Ferrybank Arklow, Eliza, wife of John
Bradford. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), 2 o'clock, to New Cemetery.
COUCHMAN - March 28th, at "Ellington," Montam road, New Malden, George
Couchman, aged 72.
FLANAGAN - April 2nd, 1904, Francis A. Flanagan, Cartron, Co Roscommon,
R.I.P. Funeral after High Mass from Ballintuber Church, to graveyard at 11
o'clock on to-morrow (the 5th inst.)
M'EVOY - April 3rd, at her residence, Drumiller Glenn, Elizabeth, relict of
the late John M'Evoy, and mother of the Rev. Hugh M'Evoy, C.C., Warrenpoint. Her
remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground at 1 o'clock.
Friends will please accept this, the only intimation.
MACKIN - April 2nd, 1904, at his residence, Parks, Clara, King's County,
Thomas Mackin, aged 75 years; deeply and deservedly regretted; fortified by the
rites of the Holy Roman Catholic Church. R.I.P. Funeral to-day (Monday) to
family burial place, The Monastery.
MARSHALL - March 29th, at 11 Dulwich Wood Park, Upper Norwood, London, Mary
Hawkins wife of Frederic Marshall, aged 36.
NEARY - March 27th, at Mill street, Callan, Margaret Neary, aged 58 years,
deeply regretted by her husband and a wide circle of friends. R.I.P. Interment
took place at Drangan on Tuesday last after Requiem Mass and Office
O'BRIEN - On Holy Thursday at the residence of her son, James O'Brien,
Ballyboy, Upperchurch, Thurles, Mrs. O'Brien, widow of the late Daniel O'Brien,
and mother of Rev. Brother O'Brien, Mitchelstown, and Rev. Brother O'Brien,
Tralee, also of Sister Barbara, Nazareth House, Cardiff, R.I.P.
O'CONNELL - April 2nd, 1904, at the Mercy Hospital, Cork, Cornelius
O'Connell, son of Margaret O'Connell and of the late Daniel O'Connell,
Knockalohert, Castlecor, and brother of the late Rev. John O'Connell, C.M.,
SHAW - April 1st at Clontarf, from the effects of influenza, Paul Shaw,
formerly of Bolton street, R.I.P. Funeral from St. John's the Baptist Church,
Clontarf, at 10 o'clock sharp on this (Monday) morning.
STRAHAN - April 2nd, 1904, Margaret Strahan, beloved wife of Abraham
Strahan, Springwell House, Crumlin road, fortified by the rites of the Catholic
Church; deeply mourned by her husband and family. R.I.P. Funeral to Glasnevin
Cemetery at 10.30 on to-morrow. (Tuesday the 5th, instant). American papers
FINNIGAN - First Anniversary - In sad and loving memory of my dear wife,
Annie Finnigan, late of Castletown Geoghegan Railway Station, Westmeath, who
departed this life at Grove street, Mullingar, 4th April 1903. On whose soul,
sweet Jesus, have mercy. Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for her. Inserted by her
loving husband and parents.
Evening Telegraph; Dublin, Ireland; Wednesday, 6 Apr 1904
AHERN - At her residence, Rose Quarries Mountangent, county Cavan, Anne,
aged 65 years, relict of the late Patrick Ahern. May the Lord have mercy on her
soul. Funeral on Thursday.
BOWDEN - April 3rd, at Rochford House, Ramsgate, Ernest Monnington Bowden,
B.A., of 35 Bedford Place, London, W.C., aged 44.
BROPHY - April 5th, 1904, at Our Lady's Hospice, Anne, relict of the late
Michael Brophy, Myshall, Carlow, to the grief of her sorrowing children and
friends. R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday) at 10 a.m. from Hospice to
Glasnevan. My Jesus, mercy.
DAY - April 3rd, at 132 Greencroft Gardens, W. Hampstead, London, N.W.,
Sophia, widow of the late John Clemenson Day, M.D.
HANLEY, April 3rd, Dudley Hanley, Esq., M.D., retired Surgeon in Her late
Majesty's Army, aged 80 years, R.I.P.
LEONARD, April 5th, 1904, at his residence, 12 Denmark street, Edward, the
beloved husband of Teresa Leonard; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and
family, brothers and sisters and a large circle of friends. Sacred Heart of
Jesus, have mercy on his soul. R.I.P., Funeral from above address on Thursday
morning at 10.30 for Glasnevin Cemetery.
Evening Telegraph; Dublin, Ireland; Thursday, 7 Apr 1904
HOWETT - April6, 1904, at her residence, 24 Stanhope terrace, Upper
Grangegorman, Anne, the beloved wife of Thomas Howett, late of Bealinstown,
Ballybohill, Co. Dublin and daughter of the late Richard M'Kenna, Kearneystown,
Co. Kildare; deeply regretted by her husband and family, R.I.P. Funeral from her
late residence at 10.30 a.m. on Friday morning for Glasnevin Cemetery.
KANE - April 6th, 1904, at their parents' residence, 38 Great Charles
street, Elizabeth Mary (Lil) and Mathew Francis, dearly-beloved children of John
J. and Elizabeth Kane. Funeral this (Thursday) morning at 9 o'clock for
M'GAVER- April 6th, at her residence, Cloontagh, Killashee, County
Longford, Anne, relict of the late Coroner M'Gaver, Esq., R.I.P. High Mass on
to-morrow (Friday, 8th) at 11 o'clock in Parish Chapel, Killashee. Funeral at 2
o'clock p.m. same day.
M'GOVERN - April 6th, at family residence, Gortmore, Bawnboy, Thomas
M'Govern, Esq., M.P., West Cavan. Funeral from Gortmore to family burial ground,
Killilriduff, at 2 o'clock on to-morrow (Friday).
SAUL - April 5th, 1904, at the Convent of Mercy, Templemore, Mother M.
Evangelist Saul, in the 64th year of her age and 38th of her religious
SULLIVAN - April 6th, at his residence, 6 Middle Gardiner street, Dublin,
Patrick Sullivan (late of G.P.O.) to the deep regret of his sorrowing wife and
large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral will leave above address for Glasnevin
on Saturday morning, 10 o'clock.
Evening Telegraph; Dublin, Ireland; Friday, 8 Apr 1904
CASHIN - April 6th, at his residence, 3 Longwood avenue, of congestion of
the lungs, Mr. Michael Cashin, deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and a
large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday) morning at 10.30.
GILCHREIST - April 6, 1904, at the Richmond Hospital, after a tedious
illness, Thomas V. Gilchreist, aged 36, dearly beloved husband of Fanny Gilchrei
st; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and a large circle of friends. R.I.P.
Funeral from his late residence, 24 Upper Liffey street, Saturday morning 10.30
to Glasnevin Cemetery.
MEAGHER - On Easter Sunday, Michael, son of the late James Meagher,
Ballypatrick, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.
O'KEEFE - April 4th, at 6 Picton road, Ramsgate, Helen Gertrude Mary
O'Keefe, daughter of Mrs. O'Keefe, of Ramsgate.
QUINN - April 6th, at the Albion Hotel, Manchester, Thomas Quinn of Hill
street, Belfast, and Westview House, Bangor, Co. Down, R.I.P. Interment in
Castletown Cemetery on to-morrow Saturday, 9th inst. Funeral will leave Quay
street Station, Dundalk, at 13.30 p.m.
RYAN - April 7th, at her residence, 5 Sidmorton avenue, Bray, Mary, dearly
beloved wife of Michael Ryan. R.I.P. Funeral from the Church of the Holy
Redeemer, Bray, on to-morrow (Saturday) morning at 10.30. Interment in Little
LYONS and BOLGER - April 6th, 1904, at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church,
Booterstown, by the Rev. Father Lawless, C.C., Nicholas, third eldest son of
Patrick Lyons, Ballymurphy, Tullow, Co Carlow to Kathleen (Katie) Bolger, 3
Newtown avenue, Blackrock, Dublin and eldest daughter of the late Peter Bolger,
The Island, Phillinstown, King's Co.
THE CITY SESSIONS
NO CRIMINAL BUSINESS.
The Recorder sat in Green street Courthouse to-day and took up the business
of the City Sessions. The Grand Jury were sworn, but were immediately
discharged, as there was no Crown business.
The Recorder then took up the hearing of licensing applications. Transfers
were granted for the following: - Daniel Connell, 52 New street; Patrick Cotter,
1 Aughrim street; Robert J. Cusack, 45 Lower O'Connell street; John Keogh
Hendrick, 141 St. Stephen's Green; Philip P. Hynes, 17 D'Olier street; Margaret
O'Dwyer, 25 Denzille street; Joseph O'Reilly, 25 Lower Tyrone street; and James
Phelan, 108 Clanbrassil street.
Mr. M.J. Dunn (instructed by Mr. H.J. McCormick, solicitor) appeared for
the Irish Association for the Prevention of Intemperance. Mr. J.B. Moriarty, the
secretary of the Association, was also present.
Mr. M.S. Bergin, solicitor, appeared for the Licensed Grocers and Vintners'
Protection Association. The following officials of that O Grady, chairman; Mr.
T. Cunniam, vic-Association were also present: Mr. A. chairman; and Mr. M.
Mr. Lynch, solicitor, of the Crown Solicitor's Office, appeared for the
While one of the transfer applications was being heard.
Mr. M'Auley, B.L., referred to the respectability of the applicant.
The Recorder said he did not want to be speaking of respectability. Dublin,
in his opinion, was a sink of publicanism. It was saturated with it.
THE AMERICAN BAR.
Mr. Edward Moore applied for a transfer of the license attached to the
premises, 14 Eden quay. It appeared that the premises were licensed in the name
of Andrew M'Nally, and they were burned accidentally. Mr. M'Nally afterwards
left Ireland, giving power of attorney to the Hibernian Bank to sell. The
license duty was paid up to the 10th October, 1903, and in September the bank
made a letting to Mr. Moore, with a view to purchase the latter. A magistrate's
transfer was obtained by Mr. Moore.
Mr. M'Auley (instructed by Mr. J.L. Burke) appeared for the applicant.
Mr. T.M. Healy, K.C., M.P. (instructed by Mr. Gerald Byrne) appeared for
the Hibernian Bank in support of the application.
Mr. J.M. Day (instructed by Mr. W.V. Seddan) opposed the application on
behalf of the Rev. J. Ford Leathley, chaplain to the Seamen's Mission. He said
there were no less than eleven publichouses within 150 yards of the place for
which this application was made and which was next door to the Mission. M'Nally
went away in March, 1903, and counsel submitted that he never had any intention
The Recorder said in his opinion Mr. M'Nally had acted in a most
straightforward manner. He had, he considered, abandoned these premises.
Mr. Healy said Mr. M'Nally had obtained £600 insurance money for the
premises that had been burned ,and had been very fairly treated.
The Recorder allowed the case to stand until May 9th. If the Hibernian Bank
entered into a deed carrying out the terms mentioned by M'Nally, liquidating
certain debts of his, and discharging him from all liability, he would be
inclined to grant the application.
The case was accordingly adjourned.
The Recorder said he wished the Temperance party would do something more
than simply oppose licenses. Their action was like taking the fringe of the
waves of the sea and thinking they were draining the ocean. He would like if
they would secure the system of public-houses which he had long been yearning
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News