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Clare Champion - 23 Sep 1939, P8, Group 1

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    From Clare Champion - 23 September 1939, page 8 CLARE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ... VACANT COTTAGES ... The above Board will, at their
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 16, 2005
      From Clare Champion - 23 September 1939, page 8

      CLARE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
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      VACANT COTTAGES
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      The above Board will, at their meeting to be held on Monday, 25th September,
      1939, consider applications received through post, not later than 10 o'clock,
      a.m. on that date, for the tenancy if the following cottages:-

      126, Crovraghan, formerly tenanted by John Moloney, Kildysart.
      127, Crovraghan, formerly tenanted by Michael Coffey, Kildysart.
      513, Creeveroe, formerly tenanted by William Robinson.
      IE.320, Bealaragga, Connolly, formerly tenanted by James Morey, Caretaker of
      Croghane Burial Ground.

      The persons appointed must enter into Bonds with solvent sureties for the
      payment of rents and rates.

      Applications to be endorsed "Cottage Tenant" and addressed to the Presiding
      Chairman, Clare County Board of Health and Public Assistance, Co. Home, Ennis.

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      CARETAKER FOR A BURIAL GROUND REQUIRED

      The above board will, on Monday, the 25th September, 1939, consider tenders
      received (through post), not later than 10 o'clock, a.m. on that date for the
      Caretaking of the Burial Ground at Croghane, in Meelick Rural District.

      The person appointed must reside in the vicinity and keep the Burial Ground
      clean and free from grass, weeds, etc.

      Applications to be endorsed "Caretaker Croghane, Burial Ground" and addressed
      to the Presiding Chairman, Clare County Board of Health and Public
      Assistance, County Home, Ennis.

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      TO THE OWNERS OF LAND

      The above Board will, on Monday, the 25th September, 1939, consider tenders
      received (through post) not later than 10 o'clock, a.m. on that date for the
      sale of 1 acre of land, situate in or near Crusheen, for use aas a Burial Ground.

      Persons tendering should state the lowest price they will accept and give
      full particulars as to how held, etc.

      The accepted site must be approved of by the Engineer and the County Medical
      Officer of Health.

      The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender

      SEAN O'CHUINN, Runaidhe,
      Offices: County Home, Ennis.
      Dated 12th day of September, 1939.

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      Jim McNamara
      British Isles Newsletter Editor
      http://www.rootsweb.com/~bifhsusa


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