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The deceased was a young man. A child lost its life in Kil'araey last weekfrom hydrophobiaoccasioned by the bite of a cat. Lonijon Corn ExchangeMondatSept. As the quality of tho new Wheat was by no means first rateand the supply of old very smallthe former sold at prices fully equal to those obtained on this day se ' unightwhile old parcels were U per qr.

Notwithstanding the show of fine Foreign Wheat was largerthat article met an active demandand ia some" instances higher pricessay Is per qr. There was- very little English Barley on showbat the supply of Foreign being good caused the trade to rule heavyand the rates suffered an abatement of Is per qr. The Male trade again ruled dullnevertheless we can' notice ho alteration in prices. In Beans not much was doingat late rates.

Grey Peas wore Bcarceand the turn higher. The Flour trade ruled slowat previous quotations. Stillhoweverthey were fally equal to meet the wants of the buyers. Although the general quality of ihe bullock supply was very inferioras regards its weighing qualitiessoarcely any cases of the prevailing epidemic was observed amongst it. Owing to the number of really prime beasts being smallthe demand for them vras on the whole steadyat prices fully. The supply of Sheep amounted to a fair averagebut their quality was.

The Mutton trade was decidedly healthybut we can notice no improvement in last week ' a curronciHStboss of the best old Downa ruling at from 4 s t Borough Hop Market. Killarney advertiser chat room the supply is more than adequate to meet the wants find me a job i love the buyorsaud the prospect for a crop goodkillarney advertiser chat room, the demand is heavyand prices hare a downward tendency.

In old bops so little is doing that their value is quite killarney advertiser chat room. The quality of the former is exceedingly goodbut ttiat of the latter is iaferior. Wool Maekets—The imports of Wool from all quarters have been quite unimportant since our lastyet the Btocks on hand are-seasonably large. For fine qualitiesof both English and Colonialwe have a firm demandat very full pricesbut in other kinds not much business is doing. Fine P. We have about 3casks arrived not included in the stock ; and we have letters from St.

Petersburghby way of Hull ; the price is steady thereand the shipments are Saturda ySept. We had some beautiful samples of New Wheat which sold at 7 s per bushel.

Beans 4 s 9 j to 5 j per bushel. Liverpool Corn Makkt. Wheat from tho southern and some of the midland ooacties have given increased firmness to the tradj. Since our lass report several parcels of the middling qualities of foreign Wheat have changed hand?

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Gannett, Chace's mind for a purpose suffi- ciently indicated in the following documents. Wendell Phillips to L. Sink back into history in England. Sun yourself in France. Bathe in beautiful Italy, — make me crazy when I think you'll see the Pyramids and laugh in Damascus. Ah, if you do, can I do anything but hate you in my envy. Chace "March 2, '2. Mother bids me say that she counts her- self your superior as a 'strong-minded' woman, whenever action is required, especially in travelling, and she killarney advertiser chat room be delighted to bring her talents into active how to meet straight acting gay guys in getting you and your daughters nicely off for your foreign tour.

Chace "New York, March 8th, I found your letter on my return from the West. We have secured the adjoining rooms [1] on the Cuba, May 1st. You are to have Md'lle Nilsson as a fellow passenger. There is no better ship afloat than the Cuba, and the Captain is a first class seaman.

Augustus Woodbury to Mrs. Chace "I send you herewith the necessary credentials for the London Meeting just received from Dr. Admit Mrs.

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Edwin Pears, Secretary. Garrison to Mrs. I send herewith my small con- tribution to your letters of introduction, and trust it will be followed by a package of a dozen or more from Father. Other things being equal, I should make my contemplated trip to New York next week, in season to see you off, but I cannot. Mother desires me to convey her love to you and to express her disappointment in not having you here for a night before your departure.

Allow me to introduce to you the bearer of this, my esteemed friend Mrs. Elizabeth B. Chace, one of the earliest and most efficient of my co-workers in the Anti-Slavery cause, and interested in all movements to [2] promote temperance, peace and human brotherhood.

She is acquainted with all the leading American Abolitionists, and greatly respected by them all. Webb, the old Irish Abolitionist, wrote from Dublin to Mrs. Chace, giving minute directions as to what she and her party were to do when they should land at Queens- town, and how they should go thence to Cork, "of which," he wrote, "the natives are proud, though you will be sorely puzzled to guess why.

I am sure I don't know unless it be that they, generally speaking, know of no other cities. Webb went on : "Wise people here travel 2nd class and economize, but Brother Jonathan and his wife generally prefer to pay for first class. I am very fond of society, particularly American society. Chace's party consisted of her daughters, of whom Clara M. Holmes had long been considered one, and also of her cousin, Kakaotalk leave chat room Vernon Killarney advertiser chat room.

TO Mrs. Arnold B. Chace "Steamer Cuba. Here I am on the floor of the deck wrapped up in Mr. Wyman's blanket, and otherwise propped kansas city singles groups the side by a pile of shawls and wraps of various kinds, and at the back by a ventilator, or some other iron machine, that comes up out of the deck, and conveys to our staterooms below their scanty modicum of air.

On the whole I have known in my short life moments of greater hilarity and vigor. Wyman, whose new, light grey blanket is at this moment subjected to the defilement of the cinders from the smoke pipe for my sake, is a middle-aged, stout, beaming benefactor on this ship, always on hand when anybody is needed, and he has an inexhaustible fund of humor and plenty [3] of thoughtful tenderness.

An old friend of John Weiss, Theo. Brown and the like, he tells some capital stories about them. He is almost the only acquaintance we have made. Higginson's brother is a fine looking, pleasant gentleman, but seems shy, and we don't progress much in our acquaint- ance.

I think I prefer the Colonel. Miss Nilsson is rather retired, or, I believe, is rather sea-sick. Parepa also is seldom visible. Little Carl Rosa trots round with his hands in his pockets pretty constantly.

We hope to pass Sunday at the lakes of Killarney. Mary fell very much in love with one nice looking fellow, because he was so attentive to his wife, but her idol was broken when she learned that he had been losing money at euchre.

She thinks that worse than playing simple cards on Sunday. Chace's powers did not further mature after middle life, in many ways her ideas and tastes changed, broadened and improved until the end. Even where development ceased, it seemed to be merely because there was no impelling reason for its continuance.

Where such reason existed progress was maintained successfully, aided by her wonderful elasticity of mind which continued through all her long life, and her European experience was evidence of this progressive possibility in her endowment. She did her part as a tourist collector. Not a scholar in any branch of learning, not a connoisseur in any art, she had the courage of her preferences, and she did not avoid the gratification of her more luxurious tastes.

Killarney advertiser chat room that she did and said during this decade showed that she was influenced by the belief that she was establishing a home for her descendants, and making a collec- tion that was to carry on a family tradition, and the character [4] of her European purchases proved that while abroad she was especially moved by such thought and purpose.

In later years, her daughter Mary said that the Homestead furnishings so thoroughly represented, in their medley, the seventy-five years during which they were gathered together, that a careful observer could trace through them the intellec- tual and artistic evolution "of a family of that era. Chace to her son Arnold. Dates have sometimes been omitted because the letter date was so much later than that of the incident related, that to give it would tend to confuse the reader as womens singles final the true order of events.

Richard D. Webb to Mrs. Chace "Dublin, May 9th, '2. I hope you have landed by this time. As to Dublin, if you wish for economy which it is no shame on this side of the Atlantic you can save considerable by going to Mrs. Douglas', though you will not have the magnificence of the Shelbourne which the Americans, of course, throng to.

Glorious weather for Killarney. Don't stay fewer than three days. Perhaps you will visit the Blarney Killarney advertiser chat room and Castle. Chace tells of a drive and describes the cottages of Lord Kenmare's tenants : "As we drive by them and look in upon their mud floors, and see the bare feet of the women and their scanty clothing, everything tells us of large rents for small privileges, which added to the poor-rates, of which they complain and the church rates, which they submit to for the salvation of their souls, leaves little to feed and cover them.

I find that the National schools are so far apart that really many of the children must be denied their benefits. Webb looked like a benignant human lion, when Mrs. Chace met him in Dublin. He spoke with a strong accent that made his speech sound almost unintelligible to American ears.

He seemed proud of his work as biographer of John Brown of Ossawatomie, and he gave to Lillie a small engraved portrait of the hero. He explained to the party the Irish voting system, which sometimes gave to a man the right at the same election to cast a ballot in each one of several voting districts. He did not appear to be an ardent Home Ruler. Being in feeble health, he only drove with Mrs. Chace's party, received their calls and entertained them at supper in his oAvn house, but left to his brother Thomas the duty of conducting them on their sight-seeing expeditions.

Gallantly and well did Thomas Webb perform his task. Chace saw an academic ceremony in Dublin, and wrote home to her son, that the actors in it all wore "those abom- inable looking caps and gowns! Still, we, the writers of this chronicle, are inclined to believe that had Mrs.

Chace been permitted to gaze with earthly eyes upon the Chancellor's gold-tasseled cap and hooded gown she would have decided that such apparel and ornament must be wholly appropriate since her son Arnold wore it. Carnarvon Castle is an immense structure, built in the 13th century. I like to sit down and gaze silently at these remains of the life that was, of our British ancestors. How do I know but some drop of blood is now flowing in my veins that once throbbed within these castle walls?

How do I know but some traits in my character came down to mc from the life that centered here. Our ride was on an excellent road, cut round among the moun- tains, which are very steep and so rocky that for miles we would not see the smallest sign of vegetation, while constantly pounding down their rugged sides were little cataracts, some- times so steep that it seemed strange the water did not all drop at once, in one great dash.

We came upon a small Metho- dist Chapel and hearing the singing, we concluded to enter and found the little congregation just finishing partaking from a plate of small crackers.

The man who carried the plate showed us into a pew and telling us it was a 'love feast' offered us the crackers which we declined. Then the minister, who was a young man, made a sort of confession of his faith and exhorted the congregation to express their feelings.

Many of them followed, both men and women. They all be- lieved their sins were washed 'haway' by the 'blood of Christ' and they were bound for "eaven'; but they seemed so simple hearted and there was so much freedom for the women and so little form and ceremony, that, disgusted as I am with the flummery of the English Church, I was glad of this meeting and very cordially dropped my shilling into their collection.

They advised us to go to McConnell's. So we took a hansom cab for the first time, just for the fun of it. The driver went out of sight ; the horse started up and gave us a tip back which made us start too and off we went. But oh! The mercury was at 90 degrees, killarney advertiser chat room. Do we keep ours as hot.

Day before yesterday we went to Notting Hill, and called at the Conways'. They were out, but yesterday morning came a note inviting us to come last evening to a reception; so Mary, Lillie and I went. Clara had been all day at the Ascot Races with the Carnegies [Andrew Carnegie and his mother], where she saw the Prince and Princess of Wales and swarms of the nobility and gentry. Wyman has just called and will manage that for us. Clara will go with the Carnegies. Smalley told us that, according to his latest des- patches, it looks as though Horace Greeley would go with a rush into the White House, that there is no doubt he will receive the nomination of the Baltimore Convention.

He says Greeley is infinitely more fit for President than Grant. He says he was not surprised at Phillips' letter, killarney advertiser chat room. That Phillips has long personally disliked Greeley, etc. But then Smalley is the correspondent of the Tribune. If I could have [8] some Indian-cake now and then, it would be delicious.

But all that is denied us. It is meat and eggs, — meat and eggs, till I am quite disgusted. Well, what does thee think we did last night? About half past nine, Killarney advertiser chat room. It has been the place of resort for poets and literary men, such as Thackeray, etc.

They go and eat supper and drink ale, and talk and read, and all the time some sort of entertainment, mostly musical, is going on. At quarter after ten, we started, eight of us, taking two cabs. That part of it was very sweet. Everything was very orderly. Chace, escorted by Mr. Conway, made as thorough a trip through the worst portions of London and inspected them as carefully as she could ; but she did not take either of her daughters with her.

Five foot snowdrifts were common. It proposed to abolish the death penalty and announced plans for comprehensive schools and regional technical colleges. Kennedy visited Ireland. The Beatles arrived in Dublin for a concert in the Adelphi Cinema. Time magazine described progress and hope in Ireland, with 'new factories and office buildings, Irish-assembled cars Fords, Austins, Volkswagens fighting for street space in Dublin; new TV antennas crowding the rooftops and the waning of national self-pity.

Shelbourne won the FAI Cup. Paddy Prendergast became the first Irish-based trainer to become British flat racing Champion Trainer. The Vietnam War continued. President Kennedy broadcast a historic Civil Rights Address.

The Cuban crisis grew. Indigenous Australians were legally allowed to drink alcohol in New South Wales. The Coca-Cola Company introduced its first diet drink. No, the first James Bond film, was shown in U. Vostok 6 carried Soviet cosmonaut, Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman into space. The Moscow—Washington hotline was put in place. The Roman Catholic Church accepted cremation as a funeral practice. Mass in the vernacular came into use. Car manufacturing firm Lamborghini was founded in Italy.

President John F. Kenya gained independence from the United Kingdom, with Jomo Kenyatta as prime minister. Pebbles from the Flintstones was 'born'.

Robert Frost died. The first commercial nuclear reactor came online. The sedative Valium was developed. The Beatles had just burst on the scene but Irish artists and showbands were still very popular with the disc buying public. InMacroom U. Problems arising included the pedestrian crossing at New Street, the cost of telephone calls from the area, poor RTE signals in the Macroom area and 2 hour parking.

New Macroom signs — the Castle Gates to the east and CastleTower to the west, were erected and generated debate.

Martin McCarthy retired from the Fire Brigade after 37 years. A superb St. Roger Bing, Mayor of Bubri. GSI and other major employers were accorded a civic reception. Tom Tobin, press correspondent for more than 30 years, retired. The proposed Macroom Bypass was brought to the Minister's attention. It was proposed to convert the Palace Cinema into a library and theatre, to renovate Bealick Mill and the Church of Ireland. Macroom Citizen Information Centre opened. The Northern Troubles were at their height, with several attacks in Britain and atrocities in Castlerock, Shankill Road and Greysteel, but there were some signs of hope, with news of the Hume-Adams plan, secret talks between the British Government and Republicans and John Mayor killarney advertiser chat room Albert Reynolds issuing the Downing Street Declaration.

Mother Teresa visited Ireland. The Beef Tribunal sexual harassment vs flirting. The Magdalene Laundry saga was first highlighted.

The number unemployed stood atBill Clinton was installed as American President. The Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas was raided and all the cult members died in a fire. Disastrous earthquakes occurred in Japan, India and Indonesia. Fighting occurred between Muslims and Croats in Bosnia. The Maastricht Treaty was signed. The worst brush fires in Australian history destroyed the RoyalNational Park.

Czechoslovakia was split into the CzechRepublic and Slovakia. Top attractions in cinemas included JurassicPark, Mrs. Irish TV: Michael D. Higgins T. They have helped to light up the village by putting Christmas lights around the hall killarney advertiser chat room they also planted their own Christmas tree in the church grounds, sponsored by Connie and Linda O'Riordan. The lights on the two trees have killarney advertiser chat room sponsored by Dairygold and Healy's Spar.

Mass was held in the Community Hall during March and April due to church renovations. In November, Fr. Wickham celebrated a Mass of Remembrance for the Holy Souls. It was a very solemn occasion with relatives and friends bringing candles to the altar in remembrance of lost loved ones.

Great womens singles final came to Clondrohid with the untimely death of John Lynch, a well known taxi driver and member of Clondrohid Development Group. Clondrohid's oldest parishioner, Mai O'Shea died, two weeks before her 96th birthday.

She was the only woman to how to meet people with similar interests churns of milk to Clondrohid creamery on a donkey and cart. They also reached the final of the best Community Creche and have launched their own website www.

Talent: Showstoppers presented another outstanding show in 'O What a Life'. All proceeds went to repairs in Community Hall and Parish Church. Simple Complication, a 3 Piece Band Maria Lane, Katie Long, and Rachel O'Riordan assisted by Maria's father Peter, are turning heads with their brand of close harmonies mixed into traditional ballads, and modern hits of recent times, killarney advertiser chat room. They, along with other groups, will be performing in the Community Hall on Saturday night December 21, with funds going towards the Philippines disaster.

Tidy Towns: Clondrohid earned 2 extra points this year. They were highly commended for their colour schemes, flowers, neatness and tidiness. Muinfliugh Parents Assoc ran a very successful Race night to raise funds for the school. Carriganima pub held action packed entertainment for the month of December.

Sports News: Boot Camp continues twice a week and caters for all fitness levels. Jimmy Barry Murphy made a surprise visit to Clondrohid, much to the delight of all the young hurlers and footballers. Niamh Duggan won an all Ireland with Cork u 16 killarney advertiser chat room footballers. Gaelic Start commenced for Junior and Senior Infants and 1st class and is free to all those attending schools in the parish. A great success, but needs parents to help out, killarney advertiser chat room.

Work is almost completed in the 2nd phase of the Astro Turf. Junior A football team reached championship semi final and league final but were defeated in both. Under 21 football team won a championship final. Under 13 football team won Regional league final and the Inchigeelagh tournament.

Under 13 hurling team won the Shield final in Crosshaven. Clondrohid under 8 and under 10 football and hurling teams played a lot of matches and the most notable achievement was the under 10 football team's win in the Shield final in Dromtarriffe. These festivals have gone from strength to strength and are now very much part of the school curriculum all over Ireland. The fourth Briery Gap Musical, "South Pacific", directed by Kevin Hough, was an outstanding success and the April musical is now a very welcome addition to the programme of events.

The group gave their first performance in September and a very high standard of production was enjoyed by both audience and Youth group. A special killarney advertiser chat room of thanks to all of the kind patrons who assisted in the fundraising drive and those who sponsored a theatre seat. The new Briery Gap re-opened its doors on Friday, 20th September. The programme will finish with what is sure to be a sell-out Country Christmas Special with Louise Morrissey and guests on December 29th.

Mary's transition year brought the stage alive with their version of the musical Grease and not forgetting killarney advertiser chat room legendary Briery Gap Christmas Pantomime, as "The Babes in the Wood" continues until Sunday 22nd December. Big names already booked in for include Pat Shortt and Cara O'Sullivan and the ever popular drama, "Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer", with further events to be announced over the coming weeks. For further information on all the shows, see www.

The year began with the A. The finale and standing ovation at the end of this fabulous night will be remembered by all who attended. As Christmas approaches we would like to wish you all a blessed and peaceful Christmas and a happy New Year. The club will celebrate its 40th Ruby Anniversary in We are currently researching some original photographs of past functions for an Anniversary Booklet, and would be grateful for any information received.

This project will be a major boost to the locality and will breathe new life into Kilmurry village. It will how do i find the right man for me an historical hub for the greater Lee valley and west Cork region. The association is keenly aware of the need for a community meeting space in Kilmurry and we firmly believe that the new facility will be enjoyed by people not just from Kilmurry village but also from the wider community.

Treasurer: Michael Garvey. Assistant Treasurer: Jim Murphy. Website Administrator: Ger Roche. Newsletter Editor: Stephen Gilbert. We hold cycles on Sunday mornings throughout the year, with an additional midweek cycle during summer. Winter spinning classes are also held. More importantly, there is an increasing number of local cyclists participating.

These events would not be possible without the huge community co-operation. We wish a Happy Christmas to all who helped make this a great year for the Club. Make it your New Year's resolution to join us in ! More information on www. The Junior 'A' football championship was a great competition, with lots of high quality, close encounters and the final at Macroom was a marvellous occasion.

Kilmichael won the title after a 17 year lapse, with an unexpected victory over Kilmurry, the reigning champions, who did however win the other two major competitions, the Div One league and the Muskerry Cup. Single moroccan ladies Junior 'A' hurling, Grenagh had a one point win over Cloughduv, their main rivals, in the quarter final and won their second Mid Cork in a row by defeating Donoughmore in the final at Coachford.

Grenagh then created their own bit of history by going on to take their first county junior hurling title and of course their footballers killarney advertiser chat room won the Intermediate County to make it a great year for them. Cill na Martra won the Junior 'B' crown and Inniscarra, winning league and championship, were very strong in 'C' football. Gleann na Laoi hurlers had a fine year, winning both the 'B' championship and league. In U21, Blarney hurlers won their third divisional title in a row and added the 'C' title later for good measure.

Ballincollig won another 'A' football title, defeating a young Killarney advertiser chat room side which later backboned the club's intermediate side to a county final. Board Cathaoirleach, JJ Long, was back home after a long stay in hospital in Dublin and everybody killarney advertiser chat room thrilled to see him at many of the important functions of the board during the year. Board finances returned to the black inboosted by two fine attendances at the respective junior 'A' finals.

All outgoing Board officers were returned unopposed for another year. Kilmurry and Iveleary were reckoned to be the two best teams in Mid Cork at the start of this year's championship but Kilmichael proved to be the surprise packet of the competition and took the title in dashing fashion.

The opening round produced some surprise results. In the only Round Three game, Dripsey beat Inniscarra in a fine sporting game. The quarter final stage was very exciting: Aghinagh beat Iveleary after a replay, Donoughmore lost out to an inspired Clondrohid side; Kilmichael were too good for Dripsey and Kilmurry showed a return to form with an impressive display against Macroom.

In the semi finals, Kilmurry continued their good form with a comprehensive win over Clondrohid and Kilmichael and Aghinagh served up a thriller, with the eventual champions winning by a point to Thus the scene was set for the final which was played in Macroom on a beautiful September evening, after the thrilling Dublin-Kerry game early in the day.

Unfancied Kilmichael were in the right frame of mind and may have surprised Kilmurry with the intensity and quality of their challenge. They thoroughly deserved their win and delighted their large following who were ecstatic after the game and who could blame them? The Man of the Match award went to Kilmichael's Simon Foley, listed at wing back but playing as a sweeper in a seven man defence killarney advertiser chat room Alan Murphy withdrawn from the attack to man-mark at number 7.

Simon Foley did an enormous amount of covering for his fellow defenders and repeatedly surged out of defence to put the pressure back on Kilmurry. He had plenty of support as Kilmichael had outstanding performers in every part of the field.

Kilmurry scored first with a point from a William Buckley free after two minutes and it took Kilmichael until the 8th minute to open their account when goalkeeper Shane Masters came killarney advertiser chat room to kick over a '45'.

From the kick out Kilmurry came up field and Buckley kicked his second point, this one from play. Kilmichael were level within minutes through another '45', again pointed by goalkeeper Masters. Greg Barrett restored the lead for Kilmurry but in the 17th minute Kilmichael got a major boost when another Daniel Twomey high centre from the right wing was met by the fist of Peter Kelleher who rose highest in the goalmouth and the ball nestled in the Kilmurry net.

William Buckley kicked a point from a free in reply but Conor Cotter and Daniel Twomey had superb points for Kilmichael to open up a three-point lead by the interval. Kilmichael led by to at the break and were now playing well enough to suggest that Kilmurry would have to raise find friends in your area game to succeed.

William Buckley had a Kilmurry point within 20seconds of the restart but Colm Dromey replied for Kilmichael five minutes later. James Kelleher, an effective half time substitute for Kilmurry scored a fine point, but Kilmichael replied, James O'Leary the scorer. Greg Barrett pointed from a free in the 42nd minute and when Jonathan Buckley added a point three minutes later the score was to at the three quarter stage and Kilmurry were coming into the game.

Two points in a minute, one each from Daniel Twomey a constant threat and James Killarney advertiser chat room in the 48th minute, restored Kilmichael confidence and composure. James Kelleher, under pressure, still managed to kick over a final Kilmurry point in the 23rd minute but the second Kilmichael goal followed and was decisive.

Finbarr Dromey ran on to a Conor Cotter pass in the Kilmurry goalmouth and was taken down. Referee John Ryan, who had a fine game, awarded an undisputed penalty which James O'Leary blasted to the net via the upright, Peter Kelleher added a point a minute later and the Kilmichael supporters were in full cry for the final minutes as they roared their favourites home. Scorers: Kilmichael: Js. O'Leary pen. KelleherS.

Masters '45'sD. TwomeyC. Cotter and Colm Dromey each. Kilmurry: Wm. Buckley freesG. Barrett freesJs KelleherJ. Buckley Subs: Dermot O'Riordan 57 mins.

Referee: Mr John Ryan, Macroom. Long, Cathaoirleach, Roinn Mhuscrai, CLCG presented the trophy to winning team captain John O'Riordan after the game and complimented both teams and referee John Ryan for the most entertaining, sporting game they had provided. He killarney advertiser chat room Ross Oil for their sponsorship, the Macroom club for the killarney advertiser chat room for the final and wished Kilmichael every good fortune as they face Mitchelstown in the opening round of the county championship.

An occasion to live long in the memory of the people of Kilmichael parish and their joy was so evident!. The two outstanding junior hurling teams in Mid Cork, Cloughduv and Grenagh, met in the quarter final of the competition and thereafter the competition was a little flat as a result.

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Grenagh went in front with early points from Dean Dalton and Seamus Coleman, Shane Healy got one back for Donoughmore in the 7th minute. Conor Fitzgerald kicked over a point from close range for Grenagh and added another point and then Ultan Duggan had a point for the winners who now led by to after 19 minutes although playing against the wind.

A minute later the issue was really decided when Tom Kenny picked out Ultan Duggan all alone close to the Donoughmore goal and the corner forward took a step or two before lashing an unstoppable shot to the net.

Colm O'Callaghan pointed a free in reply but the Grenagh onslaught continued and points from Seamus Coleman, Ultan Duggan and Duggan again heaped further agony on Donoughmore who battled on and were rewarded with a point apiece from Shane Healy and Colm O'Callaghan. Conor Fitzgerald replied with a point and Grenagh led by to at the break and were firmly in the driving seat. Donoughmore were dealt a major blow when Colm O'Callaghan was forced to withdraw through injury at the break. In the 36th minute a Tom Kenny shot ended in the Donoughmore net and Dean Dalton added a point and it was now a case of damage limitation for Donoughmore.

The plucky challengers never gave up the struggle and Shane Sexton pointed a '65'. Tom Kenny and Ultan Duggan pointed for Grenagh but Donoughmore had their goal when substitute Colin Coakley kicked the sliotar over the line in the 49th minute. Sub: Martin Barry Referee: Mr. John Horgan, Gleann na Laoi. DLS defeated both opponents and so qualified for the quarter finals along with St Flannan's.

They will now play Intermediate School, Killorglin on 22nd January in what is now the knock-out stage of the competition. They then recorded a good win over St Colman's College, Fermoy in the semi final and so were through to the final once again. The DLS panel has players from the Aghinagh, Canovee, killarney advertiser chat room, Cill na Martra, Clondrohid, Iveleary, Kilmichael, Kilmurry, Macroom and Newcestown clubs, all clubs doing great work at under age level and producing quality players who are more than holding their own at top level in Cork and Munster.

This year we had u10, u12, u14, u16, Minor and Junior teams. They all competed in games during the killarney advertiser chat room. The u10s gained some new players this year and played very well in their matches.

The club also organised coaching sessions in St. Joseph's Primary School and the girls enjoyed this. The u16s, Minor and Junior teams travelled to Derrynane in July for a friendly match and had fun and a barbecue at the beach afterwards.

A number of our players also received All Ireland football medals with St. Mary's Secondary School during the year. Congratulations and well done to them. The season has now come to an end for all age groups. Thank you to all involved in the club; coaches, selectors, players, supporters and parents and well done for your commitment and enthusiasm. New players and help with training is always welcome. Hope to see ye all in Macroom GAA can regard as a reasonably successful year, both on and off the field, with the club reaching nine finals over the course of the year, winning four out of the nine, and completing a number of important infrastructural projects.

While there will be some regret that more trophies were not captured, it is reassuring that the club and in particular, the juvenile club, is back contesting finals after a number of lean years.

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The Junior As also finished top of their league Div. The Junior C's reached the championship semi-final and Div. Macroom U21s, despite finishing on the same league points as their group opponents, were drawn to play in the U21 C championship on the basis of scoring difference 2pts separated each of the teams!

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Macroom were again to be disappointed with defeat and will look to improve in Macroom's minor footballers had a disappointing campaign, much of which was injury-induced, after a promising start to the year with a number of league victories they were subsequently defeated by Bantry and Millstreet in the championship.

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I would be all for a cable car to allow people who are not very mobile to get to the top of mountains in quick time. Mangerton is coming down with the traffic of hundreds each weekend and a deep gully has formed where 30 years ago there was none.

A cable car might also mean there would be fewer surprises left behind the bushes! Or can any order be put on the thing? One wonders if the absence of the town hall and local council has led to a kind of free for all.

There is to be no meeting of the Municipal until September, when the tourist season will be almost over and the sad slide to honky tonk will have been almost gay canada dating site Flying on one Wing If anyone is in any doubt that we really have only one city, try checking out city flights.

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Cabin crew are stressed. The public is stressed. But there is no sharing of the Dublin cake with Cork with its fine new terminal building. And if Cork is down the pecking order, try getting to Killarney or Kerry by bus or by plane. Arriving into Dublin airport, there is no connecting between the terminals for flights to Kerry.

Passengers have to haul themselves through terminal one, exit passport and customs, go outside because the internal passageway is always closed to Kerry, go through passport all over again. And if you decided to take a bus to Killarney, there are no signs for where you get the bus to the. And you could always tell a house by the papers they bought.

Wonder if Leo has plans for a non-gossip paper…. Red Cow. That really is providing you get on the right bus because the signage is poor and there is no announcement system.

But, of course, there is no one shouting because our TDs and senators, and the higher civil servants who deign occasionally visit the Kingdom, are never in that position of having to get the bus, or haul themselves through two terminals to get to Kerry.

They have no idea what it is like for most commuters from Kerry to Dublin. And if they do, they are certainly not rocking the boat and kicking up any fuss in the media! The Big Parade was a huge success and the wonderful choir, exciting street party and amazing swing dancing really helped to set the scene.

Our own Kieran Healy joined in with his Carpool Killarney-oke, cruising. Later in the evening, a large crowd gathered at Killarney House to watch Dirty Dancing on an outdoor screen. It truly was a magical setting and the fine weather certainly helped. It goes without saying that no 4th of July celebrations would be complete without some fireworks and after dark the Killarney night sky was lit up by a spectacular show. It was the perfect way to end another perfect Independence Day in Killarney.

Well done to all involved for their fantastic work. There are four brand new design Ford Fiestas to be won an example of which is on display in the Killarney Outlet Centre kindly provided by Killarney Autos, Ford Irelands main dealership in Killarney.

Sales from the tickets go to help in the running the underage and Football for All programmes at Killarney Celtic, said Mike Lyne, Director of Football. Mike added that club officials have set up a sales desk in the Killarney Outlet Centre and are selling tickets from now until the end of October.

You will be entered into the draw with the fantastic opportunity of winning one. Killarney Celtic are one of the most progressive football clubs in Kerry with over playing members and an award-winning Football for All group.

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