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r, i, , I i ]'/> News From Ireland Summary of Happenings of Interest in the Old Country. What Is Being Done by the People at ltome THE CATHOLIC Antrim widespread l)opularity of the deceased, Rt. Roy. Dr. Henry, Bishop ot Down land the sympathy felt for his rcla,ives and Oonuor, administered the sacra- were proved by tim large cortege which meat of eouih'mation in Holy 'Cross aoompanied tim remMus to tim grave. church, Belfast, March 15, to a large] Clare. number of the children. Glenhohnes of Craigs, arrested on the 7th ot March, charged with hav- lug caused the teath of Robert Pres- ton, who distppeared fronl Iris home on Jan. 29 last. was orought up in Ballymenacourthouse on March 13. No direct eidence against the accused was given. It was only right to say, the head constable added,that the con- duet of the prisoner after the disap- pearance of Preston was m keeping with that of an innocent man. The police were not prepared to proceed any further with the. case, and he ap- plied to tile magistrates for the dis- chargeof the accused and tie was set at liberty. On March 12, at Larne, pasned away a noted personage--Mr. Henry Mo- Neill. Tile deceased wan known and esteemed far beyond the limits of Larne The funeral was a most re markable ezra. The town was in mourning. Armagh. Mrs. lsbeUa Hennon, of Bnllinary, met her death in a tragic manner March 12. She had been allin for some time, and earl,, that morning she arose and proceeded to tile kitchen where a fire was burning. James and Patrick, lmr sons, who were sleepiug upstairs, found on their coming down at the usual time the zenmins of the deceased lying across the tire. Cavan. Mrs. Patrick Gassels, of Poles, died March 3, deeply regretted. The tuuer al was numerously attended. Bernard| Brady died at Drumhillagh Lavey lately aged 105 years. He was a familiar figure in his neighborlmod until the Weduesday before his deatil and attended mass on the Sunday pre- vious, walging over a mile. Mrs. Mary O'Reilly, Mullagh, died March 10, aged 95 years. On Marell 5,citer iris retuzn from Oav- au Spring Assizes, Constable 0'Brien was throwing a weight in the barrack yard, when he fell, sustaiug what was supposed to he a sligbt injuIy. Later he suffered cousideracle pain and was forced to take to bed. Itis death oc- curred three days laer. Derry. On March 13 Sister M.Juliauna died at St. Peter's convent of Mercy, Derry, at the age of 97. Tim deceased lady  came to Derry at the foundation of the convent in 1848, and some years ago celebrated her golaeu jubilee, in the Order of Mercy. A serious dynamite explosion occur- red at the bi,oekilns,Downhill, March 14, whereby three meu were severely injured. The explosive was in an oven when it suddenly exploded. St, Patrick's day was celebrated in Derry city in the usual good manner. , Masses were celebrated in tile cathe- dral and all the other churches of the city. The shamrock was conspicuous amorg all classes. 'i, Donegal., . [ A meeting of the members of tile Mr Justice Gibson end Mr. Justzee .........  ..... . - . I mutane Dranun or tle o. i. . was Madden, stttzag rt Donega assizes, [I ................ a ,.. ,h -q each wore a bunch of shamrocks on St Patrick's day The Irish liars On March 16, as Brother Burke, of - "-' *tie B-itish" 'overnment and its I the Christian schools, Cork, was going ~ " " re cot tbe morner of their( from the Robert street rode of Patrick omcmm sp y [street, in that city, he was knocked national apostle. Kelly II down by a oar. When picked up he The f-neral of Mrs. Charles was insensible, and before femoral to the infirmary he was annointed. The Rev. M. J. O'f{oulihan, New- ,narket on Fergus, has I)oen elected on the committee of tim Irish Brigade, of which the first convention was held in Dublin March 13. MichaelRoohe, postmaster, Ennis, has, owing to failing health, retired from the postal service. He llas been 20 years in Ennis. The Royal Humane Society March 15 aarded its bronzc"nmdalto Glint- lee E. Glynn, Kilrush, for bravery on Feb 15. Two boys had gone out iu a boat, intending to shoot tim rapids when .,the craft capsized, throwing them fete the stream,where tl,ey were being carried away. Gtynn was called by his sister, and plunging in, he caught the one lad 20 yards from the side and landed him. Again he sprang in, and after a heroic struggle, res ! cued the second boy. ] By virtue el a special lndult, be i stowed on Rt. Rev. Dr. MoRed'nond, i bishop'of Killaloe, by his late Holiness i Leo XlII,'tlm ancient Chapter of the I Diocese , which had been in abeyance i for three lmndred years, has been re- constituted. Cork. John H. Maxwell Harvey, was found dead on the floor of his bedroom on the morning of March ] 8. The Gaelic classes of the Kanturk braueh,of which there are two, boys and girls, meet regularly twice a week and arc well attended. The friends of Roy. J. Scanncll, late of Larghall, will be pleased to learn that among the clerical changes in the archdiocese of Glasgow he has been "promoted to the pastorate of Mossend, the second largest missiou in Lanarkshire, containing a Catholic population of 5,000. At a meeticg held March 18 of tile Cllarleville Young Men's society, the iollowing resolution was adopted: "That we, the Nationalists of Char- IAvflle. hoard with deep regret of the death of Patrick White, who for many years was in the forefront of the Na- tional body in the town. a consistent patriot; and we tender to his widow and to his brother and his sister, Mr. M. Fishel, the expressmn of our sin- oere sympathy iu the. great loss they have sustained." In the early part of the week, stated the Cork Examiner of March 17, the funeral took place of John Murphy, who bad lived to the good old age of 102 years. This extraordinary long- evity is rendered still more remarkable by the fact that the deceased never suffered from serious illness, and took an active part in the operations on his farm even to the day of his death. The festival of St. Partiek was ob- served iu Gork in a fitting manner. The business houses ia the city were closed, this heing m accord with the desire that the feast .of St. Patrick should be honored. In additiou there were solemn high masses in all the churches. tool; I)laee on March 13, at Killydon-i nell Abbey. Ou Mareb 8 a delmtation represent- ing tile people of Ouldaff, met the Roy. Father Traeey, at Mr. Canuy's "i hotel, Oardonagh, to Fresent an address and a purse of sovereigns, as a testi- mony of tim high respect in which he was held during the time he adminis. toted in that parish. The national festival was ushered iu Eotterkenny by the chiming of the i::,: cathedral bells. Down. i ' Theaunual meeting of the Sacred iIeart Confraternity took place in the convent sohoolrooms, Rostrever, : March 13. The record made for the i  past year was very encouraging. Fermanagh. The recent meeting of tim U. I. L. local branoil wa9 very lmgely attended and muetl important busines trans. acted. ; Very Rev. Mgr. Meegan, pastor of Lisnaskea, died March 1, aeeply re- gretted. The deceased obtained his : early education at Monaghan dud aft- ;erward at Maynooth where he was or- ' dained. Monaghan. The funeral of Mrs. Michael Gunn, Park street, took place on March 4. The funeral was most represeutative of Monaghau and the surrounding towns. ;i i Tyrone. On March ill died Mr. Richard Thompson, at the great age of 101 years. Mr. Michael Mullan, of Berah, died Wn Msroh 18, deeply regretted, The Kerry. At Ballygrenane,Lidtowel, on March 15, died Gatberine Keens, widow of the late John Keaue, and mother of Rev. Fatiler Keane, Beaufort. The death of John Llynn occurred recently at the residence of his son-in- taw, Oornelbs Brosna n, Tralee. He was well known and respected in Tra- lee and district. On March 14 a meeting was held at Brosna to establish a brancl of the Gaelic League A meeting of the eomm!ttee of the Kenmare Feis and Industrial Exhibi- tion was held in the Town Hall, Ken- mare, March 13, the venerable Arch. deacon Mangan in tim chair. Limerick. disappear altogetimr. We would sug- gest thar tile centenary committee, who imvealready done so much lor tim preservation ot the name and faoP of tim author of t.he '(ollcgiaus,' take tiffs nmtter up also and make an effort to perpetuate the nmmory of one of his most eharnfing heroiues." The national festival was celebrated with great eclat in the ancient and historie city of Limerick. Tippers ry. T M English, M Cunningl ant mid , ,l. Whehm liars been allpointed by tim i Tipporary Board oI Guardians to at- tend tile meeting to be held in the Mansion House, Dublin, in support of (he,project to Imld an Irish ExhiMtion on the linesot the successful exhibi- tion el 1882. Tim tenant's interest n} a tarln at Kilmore, Nenagh, containing 25 (,ores, held at the yearly rent of $80, was sold,lately by auction and re.tlized the sum of $2,800. On St. Patrick's day tim Clonmel branch of the Gaelic League held a grand parade in that town. On Marth (; the funeral oi one of the founders of the elf, n-mr Gaol so- ciety in America, who also ook a prominent part iu the '48 and '(;7 movements, passed tllroughTipperary. The funeral o Mrs.Bridget Gondon, Shronehill, took place on March 10. She was 92 years old. Waterford. ! Thelrlsb classes in Tourmmena are very polmlar , and ne under tile tui- tion of Thomas Walsh, a gold medalist and first prize man in the language. A new feature is the teaching of Irish prayers. The advantage el tbis is ob- wous, the old people know the Irish prayers, grown up pupils attending class will know them, so that all io the parish can say the Rosary in h'ish. ; The'na tio--ml test] w observed i'd' Dungarvan in amost creditable manner. All tim ', business llouses closed, ned the attendance at the churches was very large. In the even- lug thousands assembled on the Square to enjoy the treat .promised. by. the __ -- .... .,It .... A grand concert was lzeld in tile Theater Royal, St. Patrick's night. The?theater was crowded in all parts with a representative audience, who were treated to a very fine selection of Irish airs on the piano . All the: items on tim program were well en- acted. Mr. Thmnas Dowley. Whitestown, died Marclt 14, at tile early age of 30 rears. The anniversary of Ireland's lmtron aiut was observed in an eminently worthy manner iu all parts of the county. Carlow. On March 12 the meeting of the Tul low national teachers' association wj held. Mr. Robert Watson will retire irma the Mastership of the Carlow and Isl- and hounds at. the close of the hnnting season. His career as master, extend- ing over 57 years,is unique in huuting anna!s. He saw his first fox killed 76 years ago. Dublin. Bey. Father C'Malley, formelry ot St. Agatha's parish died suddenly in Dublin March 15. St. Patrick's day was observed m Dublin as a holiday. Busiaess was suspended. Though the weather was unfavorable thousands got away by ;rain and tram to the country, laz tile city the attraction was the Lord May- or's procession. The pzooession was made up of the Irish National Forest ors, of which the mayor is secretary, the trades' bodies. Mr. John B. Gallagher died in Lea ion recently, aged 86 years. He was editor for many years of The Free- man's Journal, under Sir John Gray and Edmund Dwyer Gray. A great public meeting was held in the Round Room, Dublin, on March 15, under the auspices of the Coiste Gnota of the Gaelic League, to con- demn the recent order of the Board of National Education against the each- ing of tim Irish language in the nation- al schools in Ireland. The Lord May- or presided. The provisional committee of the ex hibitlon of Irish arts, manufactures and resources met at the Mansion hIouse, March 12. Mr. Cnarles Daw- son presided. Kildare. Mr. Michael Kavanagh, of (Mnal Harbor, Monastereven, died March 16, aged 57 years, deeply regretted. Dur- ing 21 years ie had been in the loom post office. Tile anuual meeting of tile Catholic Young Men's society in Athy was held in the reading room of the society lately At arooent meeting of the Athy branch of the U. I. L., summoned to Thomas Lynch, draper and general consider the position of town tenants merchant, Groom, died suddenly under the Land Act, Thmoas Hiokey March ll, aged 50 years. sided. Mrs.Thomas Noonan died March 14 at the age of 80 years The funeral to Monaleen was attended numerously. Recently tim houses of two farmers named Riordan dud Roche, at Tulilg, were visited, by armed and disgmsed men, who demanded arms, and took a gun from each. The house of a far- mer named Oabill, at Craig, near Mr. Gollins, was also visited by a party who fired shots. The authorities are investgatiug. The Limerick Leader of March 16 tated: "In connection with the Ger- ald Griffin centenary, which has arous- ed local attention, t may not be inop. portune to call attention to the Colleen Bawn's grave at Knock churchyard. It is stated to be ia a dilapidated oon- iition, and if not oared for in time witl Kilkouny. Ou Monday, March 14, in the court, .rilkenny, Lord Justice Holmes pre- siding, James Oapion was charged with causing the death of his wife, Ellen, on November 28 last. on the road from Gastleoomer to 0oolbawn. The jury found the prisoner guilty, with a strong recomendation to mercy. His Lordship said tim( the recommendation would go to the Lord Lieutenant. He then pronounced sentence, oroering that the prisoner be executed at Kil- kenny on the 1 th day of April. March 14 died, at the Mater Hospit- al, Dublin, Martin J. Tynan, late of Urlingford, brother of Sister M. Ira: brother-in-law of Thomas Harrington, deeuly regretted. The remains we:e conveyed to his mother's zeszdenoe PROGRESS. an.l thenceto the local" cemetery for interment. I King's. I Mr. l)onis B. Marks, of Connaught{ street, Birr, died Maroh 3. On Thurs- / day ewming the emains were removed to St. Brend(,n's church, where they lay, on acatafalque in front of the high altar during the night. At 10 o'clock Friday nlornlng, in the presence of a large oongregaliion solenm office ald requiem mass were offered np for(he rol)OSC of his soul. .. " " ................. Longford . St. Patrick's day was recognized as a general holiday i'n I,ongfo d. All the busiuess houses wore closed. A very large, number of 1)oople from the coun- try gathered in the town, and the streets wore crowded during the even- ing. There was a football match iP- the Park. i Mr. John Brady, nf Edemuore, was fatally injured on March 12, by his cart upsetting at the lane leading t(i ihis l:ome, on the return irom Long- !tordtown. tie was aged 50 years. The Marchioness de ht Bedoyere, Westmeath, has sold her estate in Long- ford, to fdm tenants. The terms are ! 20 years* purchase ou first t.erm rents :and 21 )z," on second term rents. Louth. On March 18, t,t Newtnn, died Brad- get Taffeo. : Funeral to the family burying ground, Kllsharvin. A lectuze on the Holy Land was de- livered March 13 Mastorboiee church by Rev. Father Waters, president of the Catholic University at Dublin. The object of the lee(me was to pro- vide funds ford(be bazaar to ,pay off: the parochial debt, aud was successful. St. Patrick's clay was observed in IJrogheda by a general closing of all the business establishments in town, without exceptmn. At noon a !)reces- sion was lormed iu front of the uhver Plunkott hall, m Fair street, those taking part in it being the members of the corpozation, and accompanied by the municipal sword and mace. Tbo festival of our national apostle was observed in a praiseworthy man- nor ia Trim, all the houses being olosed&.m" j .:, A meeting of teh committee of the agriculture and technical instruction was held on March 9 at the courthouse Navan. The death of Mr. Francis Sheridan, Navan, took place at iris residence, Marcb 16. He had attained the age of 79 years. Queen's. The funeral of Miss Molly Moran, Goolcullon, took place ou Match 6,and was very numerously attended. Silo was aged 16 years Mr. John Fitzgerald, Rathdowney, ied March 10, aged 102 years. The funeral cortege was a very large one. Westmeath. On March 14 four shots wre fired into the dwelling house of Martin Mol- phy, Gollierstowu. He is in charge of some land owned !)y a ?erson who to- aides in Dublin. Rev. Mother Philomeua Gautwell, of the Preseutation Convent, Mullin- gad, died on St. Patrick's day. She was 61 years of age, and was in the 40th year of her religious life. Her demise wag deeply regretted. Wexford. A meeting of the committee of St. Ibar's district Gaelic League wa held in Castlebridge on March 13, the rev- erend president in the chair. Tim great out door demonstration which had been arranged ior St. Pat- tick's day in Wexford, had to be aban- doned because of the bad weather. The feast'of St. Senan, patron saint of Enuiscortl)y, was celebrated in the chapel attached to the House of Mis- sions on March 13. Large congrega- tions attended the masses, and the a- ored edifice was also crowded at tbe evening devotions. After the rosary a sermon on the life of St. Senan was preaehad by Rev. M. Keating. Great indignation was created in Riverohapel. Wexford, March 18,when it became knowu tbat the windows of tim Catholic church, Star of the Sea, bad been smdshed during the night. Only one window was unbroken. The outrage had been perpetrated with sticksas not trace has been found of stones or other missiles. The funeral of Mr. James Heunessy, Kilcanodan, took place ou March ll Its large proportions and representa- tive character afforded evidence of the esteem in which the deceased was held! ioklow. The formal opening of the domestic economy classes iu Arklow under the county scheme of technical'instruction took place o,, March 14, under very encouragiug conditions. Waiter Farrington died at Tubber. partiok, March 14, aged 76 years. Mrs. Mary Brady, aged 70 years, resinding at Ballyrusb, near Lugelaw, came by her death on March 11 under sad circumstances. 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[ He was picked up unonusoious and has [ since lain in a semi conscious stato from which , it is fervently hoped, he/ may speedily recover. On St. Patrick's day his Grace, Most Daily Stearrers Rev. Dr. Healy, archbishop of Tuam solemuly blessed and laid the founda- FOR WHATCO, ANACORTES, tion stone of the new church of St. FAIRHAVEN snd BLAE Patrick at Glenamaddy. Steamers UTOPIA, and GEe. E. Mrs. Gunuingham Ballytrasua died STARR leave Pier No. 2, Seattle at 8 March 9 deeply regretted'. p.m., returning leave Whatoom daily Let(rim. at 7:45 p. m. The classes for technical instruction LaConner Trading & Transortation ia carpentry etc. being conducted by Co. Tel. Main 211 Pier No.2. Mr.Johu MoIntyre in Mannorhamilton under the auspices of County Leitrim NOTICE. Technical Instruction Committee are SttER1FF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. well attended. ; State of Washington, County of King ss. On March 13 a football match under i l!Lv virtue of an execution issued out the rules of (be G. A. A. was played of the Honorable Superior Court of King I County. on the 14th day of March, 1904, between the Oarrick Gaols and a team by the Clerk thereof, In the case Df Jose Hollenthal and Alexandrina Hel- from Boheroe which was brought to a lenthal, husband and wife, plaintiffs, suodeu tezmination by one of the Car- versus Frank Boeck and Anna BoeclL iicks named Leyden getting his leg defendants. No. 38370, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: broken, Notice ie hereby given, that I will proceed to sell at public auction to the & meeting ot the members of the U. highest bidder for cash, within the hours I. L. was held in tho League rooms prescribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at ten )'c]oek A. M. on the 2$rd Drumshambo ou March 18. day of April, A. D. 1904. before th Court House door of sold King County, Mayo. tn the State of Washington, all of ths 'James Hopkins senior of [Glosheens right, title, and interest of the said defendants, tn and to the following de- died suddenly on March 19 in Castle-: scribed property, situated in King C'un- ty, State of Washington, to-wit: Lots ba'. 22. 23 and 24 in block 19, and lots 2,. 23 and 24 in block 44 of Lakewood, a At the Mayo assizes March 18aman replat of Maynard's Lake Washington named Ooyne was put forward for sen- Addition to the City of Seattle, levied on as the property of defendants, to tenoe for manslauglter oi Mary Gar- satisfy a Judgment, amounting to roll at Kilmaine on Feb. 10. The evi- Eighty-four ($84.00) Dollars, and costs ........ of suit in favor of the plaintiff dense of no parents ann sister oz tne, Datei this 15th da of "'a -" ....  Y m ren. o4. deceased showed that the ])rzsoner ealll . ED. CUDIHEE, Sheriff. Y WM CORCORAN Deputy ed and intimated lie knew of a curel ' ' " for .he gift s aihnnt, sbe eing sick. I He mixed upadosoand gave to thel ........... . _. _ was never carried out to such an ex girl. 11o OleO. trial; nlg,, re "Vael. , . , ent or with suoh grandeur lu Boyle sentenced to three years penal servi-[ ' tude. as this year. ................ Master John'MoDonagh Boyle, pu A meeting on m.ar0n ;v ut wte v. I ., - . ' ' " plt of the Presentation shool at the I L was well attended - , " " t recent competitive examination imld Classes for the study of Irish are i ........ ' , .  n taremorms for sonolarsnlps unuer held in the rothers suhools, Castle- I ............ i Ule eonnlcal noarn, was awarnea a bar. ; [free place at the Royal Oo!lege, Dub. Mrs. P. Lyons, Braokloon, died lin. March 17, aged 74 years. The funeral was exceptionally large. Rosoommon. Patrick Koarney, of Harris(own, near Oalsterea, aged 85 years, was found dying on the roadside near his residence, on March 18. The police are investigating. On. March 16 occurred the death of Mrs. Lizzie Kerr. The funeral was namerously attended. The observance of S. Patrick's day Sligo. Bridgeet Somors, native of ooney, is now li4 years of age. She can sing Irish songs and dance hornpipe, jig or reel. The feast of the patron saint aud apostle of Ireland was observed as a general holiday in Sligo. The funeral of tbe late Mr. Andrew Laing took dlaeo March 10. Mr. Michael Kenn,national school teacher died March 8, aged 44 years.