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r AVKXFOKD
A cattle drive look place at Wal
Ejiostown on Saturday evening No
I vember 26 when about twenty head
of cattle belonging to Mr William
Stafford Ballybolcer were driven off
the lands held by him on the eleven
months system from Mrs Deane
r Morgan
AXTU1M
Mr Joseph Devlin M P was ac
I corded a magnificent welcome home
f to Ireland by the Nationalists of
1 Cove and Cork when he landed on
December 2
William OBrien has received a
check for 500 for the AllforIre
I land fund from T A Brassey an
Ulster landlord to promote the evil
work of the factionists
AKMAGH
An accident took place recently
I near Baleek Armagh as a result of
t which Mr Morgan a Xewry fish deal
i er lost a valuable horse while a son
liad a narrow escape from injury It
t appears that young Morgan left New
ry for Xewtownhamilton about 10
oclock with some boxes of fish and
other goods and when opposite Car
I mannon bog the animal took fright at i
f some object on the road and jumped j
into the bog falling about twenty feet I
and carrying young Morgan with it 1
The horse was killed by the shaft of
t car passing through its neck but Mor
gan fortunately jumped clear of the I
cart and thus escaped The horse
was worth 20
DEIUIY
I DIED At the residence of her hus
t band 75 Bishop street Londonderry
Bridget Jane wife of Hugh Kelly
r December 1 at her sons residence
f Baughnbuoy Killygordon Jane relict
of the late Hugh Lecky at an ad
vanced age November 27 at his resi
I f dence 13 Grove place Derry Robert
p Doyle November 27 at his residence
Demesne house Londonderry Benja
min Holmes King November 26 at
i the residence of her husband Charles
Coyle merchant Douglasbrldge
Rose Coyle
CA
r The local government board has
sanctioned the appointment of Patrick
Reilly Drummullagh as clerk of
Cavan union I
I John Donohue Mullylougher has
I been returned for trial charged with
I causing the death of his aunt Annie
I Tierney at Mullyiougher on Novem
ber 12
DONEGAL
j In Drumholm a parish four miles
j north from Ballyshannon St Ernan
Who died about 640 was abbot of a
j monastery where Tahertach OMal
I dory king of Tyrconnel was buried in
1197
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FEIOI XAGJI
i Dr G B Graham died It his
I home Irvinestown on November 27
A painful sensation was created in
the village of Kinawley when the
news spread that Matthew McHugh
of Moher Fermanagh was found
drowned in the Claddagh river be
tween Kinawley and Svanlinbar on
November 27 The deceased was the
best thatchcrinHic district He was
I 69 years of ape and leaves a sister
f and family of six children to mourn
I his loss
CIHE
The late Henry G James Coliemore
road Dalkey formerly of Kilkee left
an estate valued at 5271
Miss Elsie M Bennett daughter of
the late Edward Bennett clerk of En
nis union has been appointed to her
fathers position temporarily
Thorns Mclnerney and his son Pat
rick have been committed for trial on
the charge of having caused the death
of John OBrien at Carrowragh on No
vember 21
CORK
Most Rev Dr Cotter the new bi h
op of Portsmouth England is a na
tive of the town of Cloyne
Dr Edward F X han Johnstown
House Macroom has been appointed
to the commission of the peace for the
county of Cork
An interesting function took place
on November 30 when Augustine
N Roche made a presentation to Mrs
Redmond in the Cork School of Art
The presentation took the form of an
antique silver bowl over 100 year old
marked with the old silversmiths hall
mark and the initials J W meaning
John Williams who was a famous Cork
artist in the work The presentation
also included a pair of Cork cut glass
decanters manufactured in the old
glass factory over a century a go
KERKY
Died November 27 Thomas Hart
Ballyheigiie aged eightysix years
Recently Mrs B ODonoghue Main
street Cahcrciveen
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LIMEUICIt
Died Xovember 27 Mrs Thomas
OuBack Rutland street Limerick
Recently James Cowhey Rathkeale
Great End of the j
Year 1
Clearance
Sale I
cuds Saturday Everything goes I I
before stocktaking Enormous
reductions prevail Suits dresses
coats skirts furs sweaters waists
kimonos dressing sacques shawls
auto rugs traveling coats petti
coats house dresses wrappers
etc at C1 tions ranging from 25
toper I
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Xovember 30 Patrick Downey
Bank Place Limerick Suddenly
on December 2 Miss Kate Grace
= Roches street Limerick
TJPPEICAKY
The death of Sister Mary Ursula
White took place at the Presentation
convent Toughal on December 2 in
the sixtyfifth year of her age and the
I fort first of her religious profession
She was a native of Clonmel being a
daughter of the late James White Ab
beystreet and Mitchelstrect Clonmel
S Died Xovember 2S Mrs Falkiner
Xenagh Xovember 26 by drown
ing Patrick Morrissey Slate quarries
November 26 J A Ralph clerk
of Borrisokane union aged seventy
six earsDccember 1 William De
vane V S Xenagh Xovomber 26
Timothy P Phelan FonrocliNo
ember 26 Kyran Fitzpatrick Balla
coolid
S WATERLOUD
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In the house of commons recently
Mi OShea asked the chief secretary
to the lord lieutenant of Ireland
whether he is aware that the estates
commissioners have received memo
rials from tenants in County Water
ford on the estates of the trustees of
Ion Stuart Sir John Keane Major
Chearnley Mrs ThompsonOrpan and
others who claim to come within the
provisions of the land act of 1909 as
to congested town lands whether some
of these memorials were received as
far back as February and March and
what is the ause of the delay in deal I
ing with them Mr Birrell Memo
rials have been received from the ten
I ants on the estates mentioned between
March and June last and the estates
commissioners have directed inquiries
to be made regarding the matters re
ferred to in them
S CAULOW
DIED December 1 at his resi
dence Barnhill CastIedermoto after
a short illness James son of John
Coicoran at the age of 45 years On
the 21st of November at the resi
dence of her son Duke street Athy
Anne relict of the late Thomas Gles
pen aged 75 years November 22 at
her residence Augharue Carow
Mary relict of the late Thomas Mc
Donald aged 72 years On Xovember
23 at the residence of his brother
Smithfield hotel Lisburn Antrim
Daniel Xeeson principal teacher Ra
heen Queens county National
school November 28 at his residence
The Square Tullow County Carlow
Thomas OFarrell aged 40 years
JDUBLIX I
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Considerable damage was caused by
a fire Which occurred about midnight
on December 1 at the premises of
George V Langley building contrac
tor Ringsend road Dublin
The late ins Butler of 4 Highfield
road Hathgar left personal estate
valued at 4233 The late Colonel
Charles J J Stunton Cahill late of the
Indian army of 1 Sydenham Villas
Bray left estate valued at 774
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KILDARE
Patrick Farrell R D C Athy has
purchased the farm at Tullamoy
Queen county recently held by Mr
Gillespie The sum paid for the farm
was 1SOO
Mr W Watson a wellknown fig
ure in racing circles while hunting
with the Kildare hounds recently was
thrown from his horse the animal
kicking him in the head He was re
moved in a serious condition to hIs
rctddcneeRoeeville 1 Kildare
KILKENNY
DIED Xovember 30 at Richmond
hospital Fergus son of the late W
F Potter Kllmanagh On November
25 at Parnell street Kilkenny Mich
ael Walsh November 21 at his resi
dence Patrick St Kakery Kilkenny
Michael Hoban
KINGS
DIED Recently J T Dooley I
Clonbrone Xovember 20 Mrs Kee
shan Cullenwalne Recently Chris
topher Pigott Tullamore
MARRIED Xovember 23 at the
Catholic church Shinrone Kings
county with nuptial mass by the Rev
P Kennedy P P James Ryan eld
est son of Michael Ryan Knockna
eree Cloughjordan County Tipperary
to Mary Bridget Murphy only daugh
ter of the late Patrick and Margaret
Murphy Quakerstown Tipperary
QUEENS I
DIED November 24 Joseph
OToole Killeen Stradbally Novem
ber 25 William Lacey Lisbigney
aged 86 years November 23 Daniel
Xeeson Raheen Suddenly on Novem
ber 28 Miss Bridget Kelly Kilamore
The county coroner held an inquest
at Killeen on November 25 touching
the death of Joseph Toole farmer
aged 72 years who was killed while
treefelling on his farm on the pre
vious day
GALWAY
The Tuam guardians on November
26 elected Miss Stephens Corofin
nurse for the Tuam dispensary dis
trict
The lord chancellor has appointed
John P Monaghan of Oughterard to
the commission of the peace for the
County of Galway
JjEITRlM
Mrs McDermott principal of the
Manorhamilt Girls schools after a
brilliant and successful career of thir i
tyfive years has retired from the
service of the national board
Much regret is expressed at the
death of Dr Caleb Soden which took
place on November 26 in Dublin at
the age of seventyeight Deceased
was for over five years medical offi
cer of the Dowan dispensary district
in the Mohill union
Dr Mulcahy was at a recent meet
ing of the South Leitrim executive
unanimously reelected president and
P Gannon vice president R Mc
Loughlin treasurer and P Briody
secretary The following delegates at
tended the meeting from Carrickon
Shannon James Byrne Michael Mc
Grath and Michael Costello
MAYO
Miss X McHale of Mayo has been
appointed nurse In Baltinglass Wick
low union S
At the Connaught winter assizes
Thomas Moor e stated to be a returned
IrishAmerican against whom a true
bill was found was put forward and
charged with the willful murder of his
four children on the 3d of July De
fendant was found to be insane and
was committed to an asylum
LORDS MUST GO
The will of forty millions of people
cannot be thwarted by five hundred I
individuals who owe no responsibili
ty and are not elected by anyone
Dill concern and our only concern Is
not how they arc constituted but
whether they will be allowed to
thwart popular legislation
JOHX REDMOND
GENERAL ELECTION
Redmond Gains OlJrleu Loses j
The London correspondent of the
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New York World in a special cable
thus says of the result of the genera
election held in England
William Arthur Redmond son of
John E Redmond was elected for
East Tyrone by one hundred and for
ty majority on December 17 In East
lyrone the vote is always close he
must be a particularly good candIdate
who win Young Redmond is a fIne
orator his election Increased the
number of Nationalist votes in the
new House of Common The Nation
alists also made a gain in the south
division of Dublin a very important
constituency Now the city of Dub
lin with four members is Nationalist
solidly
William OBrien Badly Defeated
S The Irish party has done remarka
ble well winning from the Unionists
the two members from South Dublin
and Mid Tyrone and two from Wil
Ham OBrien from Xorth Louth and
East Mayo Everywhere outside of
Cork William OBrien and his candl
dates were overwhelmingly beaten
Even in East Cork adjoining Cork I
city Capt Donelan a Protestant and
the Nationalists chief whip defeat
ed Mr OBrien by nearly 2000 votes
Mr OBrien was also a candidate in
South Mayo the NationalIst candi
date had 2848 majority
William OBrien was himself the
candidate in East Cork and South
Mayo because he hoped to carry
them by his personal influence Then
he intended to hand over the seats to
trusted supporters or to English To
ries like Morton Frewcn who have
been helping him Air OBrien wIll
have six followers in the new House
of Commons
ETERNITY
A conception of what eternity
forever and ever is almost incon
ceivable Here is how one writer tries
to form some conception of it
It has been truthfully said that
when a damned soul shall have shed
tears enough to make up all the rivers
and seas in the world did he shed but
one tear in every hundred years he
shall not be more advanced after so
many millions of ages than if he had
only begun to suffer he must begin I
again as if he had yet suffered noth i
ing and when he shall have begun as
often as there are grains of sand on
the sea shore or atoms in the air or
leaves on the trees he shall be as far
off as ever That is a ery good
Idea of eternity but it is hard for the
average mind to conceive the meaning
of forever and forever
KISSED THE BLARNEY STONE
Much has been said on the mystery
of the blarney stone
Provincial news says the Irish In
dependent shows that Blarney is hav
ing a successful season The wide
world over no stranger local custom
exists than that of kissing the stone
That stone mind has neither history
nor legend It just found itself In a
high place one day with the figures
1703 inscribed on it The date con
veys naught No Blarney celebrIty
of that period seems to have had any
special prowess in the domain of pa
laver flattery wheedling eloquence
How and why people began straining
and risking their necks is a first
class mystery That they are kissing
the flint for nothing is undeniable
The figures are obliterated It has
shrunk in size The lipservice of the
great has enhanced its renown Sir
Walter Scott reverently kissed it and
doubtless wrote with a more reckless
facility than beforeif such were
possible
A LEGEND OF THE HAll HYS
The castle of the Barrys was situ
ated at Shinacloch on the banks of
the River Bride between Rathcormac
and Glenville This ruin castle like
almost all others in Ireland has many I I
ghostly tales connected with it It
underwent a siege at the hands of the
Williamites and its brave garrison
I made a noble defence till it was taken
at length by treachery and its de
fenders murdered in cold blood
The following story was told by an
old retainer of the Barrys
In the seventeenth century when
King James of nasty memory who
lost Ireland came over here the Wit
liamites army laid siege to Shanacloch
castle which then belonged to the
Barrys It was garrisoned for James
by men of the Barrys name only The
great gunS were planted at Bush park
and they roared night and day The I
Williamites battered the walls with
poor effect One dark night the be
siegers stole upon the castle but the
besieged were prepared and gave
them such receptions that they re
tired helterskelter and raised the
siege The battleaxes of the Barrys
had done dreadful execution on the
heads of the Williamites soldiers and
their army retired toward Mallow On
the way they met a man going to
wards the casHe of the Barrys liol
loa friend said the general who
are you and where might you be going
at this rate I am an honest
orouguemaKer saving your honors
presence and carrying this kish of
brogues to the garrison at Shanacloch
said the horseman
Will you come back tonight said
the general
Is it come back your honor means
Troth if I put my eyes on kippins the
boys wouldnt let me quit tonight Ill
be bail for lashing of whisky there
and hay and oats for this old beast
Hark ye friend said the general
You dont seem to be overburthened
with money and If you get a fistful of
yellow guineas would you have any r
objection to do me a trifle of serv
ice The broguemaker agreed to
the bargain to betray the Barrys and
let the enemy in at the dead hour of
night by opening the castle gate The
garrison being worn out and fatigued
by long long watching slept r
and the enemies having gained admit
tance put every man in the castle by
the sword or In other ways they
weie murdered in cold blood by the
act of treachery on the part of their
countryman and friends Eighteen
Redmond Barrys were among the
slain the massacre having been fin
ished the traitor claimed his reward
The general replied that he would give
him all he bargained for and a trifle
river and when he had iiniJ the mom
down he struck off the villains head
for betraying the noble fellows whose
blood flowed freely through every
room of the castle that nlghta warn
ing to future traitors
From that time forward a headless
horseman was seen every night but it
was not said that he ever done the
least injury to anyone He always ap
peared before the old castle but in
the course of time his visit ceased and
nothing is heard of him now save in
tradition and stories by old people of
the neighborhood I
BEAUTIFUL IRISH CHILDREN
Wherever I went in Ireland I found
beautiful children It seemed to me
that I had never before seen such ex
quisite features and wonderful shining
hair that of the girls hanging loosely
as Nature intended and never czt
short or drawn back in braids like the
hair of American children
I was inclined to think that these
little ones must be the fairies of Ire
land as I fell In love with them all
without being able to resist their
spells
Most of them had very rosy cheeks
but the sweetest face 1 saw was al
most as white as the dress of its tiny
owner who leaned upon a crutch aj
she wistfully watched her mates at
playAt
At Queenstown I had a talk with a
small girl about nine years of age
who was taking care of her baby
brother After giving me u list of his
numerous accomplishments she asked
me if 1 had ever been in Ireland be
fore my accent betrayed my nation
ality and assured me that it cost a
great deal to live in Queenstown as
rent and provisions are so high She
could not have been familiar with
prices in the land of freedom
Irish children are evidently taught
to respect their elders They said
Yes maam and No maam as we
did when I was young and as I am a
bit oldfashioned I liked it The boys
whether clean and welldressed or dir
ty and ragged touched their hats and
said Beg pardon maam when my
remarKs were not understood i ire
quently found myself praying fervent
ly l that these youthful representatives
of the Emerald Isle may become a
lower for good in the dear old land
Winifred Eileen Johnson in Union and
Times
THE CHRISTMAS BELLS
O happy bells through coming years
We hear in your glad sending
The message still of peace good will
All jarring discords blending
O bells of God ring on our souls
To grander action nerving
iiii an our uays are unrisunas uays
I Of living and of serving
NOW OR NEVER
I
The Catholic Standard and Times is
sanguine that the battle which has
been raging since the days of OCon
nell and Butt is won We hope the
prophecy will be fulfilled It says
Home Rule is assured i speak
what I know This is the pith of a
message cabled from Ireland by Mr
John E Redmond the Irish leader to
Mr Michael J Ryan the national
president of the United Irish League
of America and by that gentleman
elaborated into a manifesto of ringing
welcome to the news and hearty en
couragement to the men now pressing
on to victory at the front
Mr Asquith the Prime Minister
pressed to speak out on the subject in
London gave an unqualified undertak
ng that a Home Rule bill shall be
introduced as a result of the new I
election Mr Lloyd George Chancellor
of the Exchequer Is pledged similarly
and to reassure the timid Protestan
element laid down the limitation that
no Established Church either Protest
ant or Catholic would be set up in
Ireland and therefore the factionist
cry of possible oppression of the mi
nority by the majority was devoid or
an basis of likelihood or fact
The election is now nearly decided
and its result leaves the Liberal goy
ernment in a position to deal with the
House of Lords so that it shall no
longer be in a position to block popu
lar legislation Hence the last ob ta
cle to Home Rule must soon be carted
away and the road made free and
smooth The gates of the Irish par
lIament house must soon swing wide
and as the first meeting Inaugurate
he change Irishmen all over the
world will repeat the salutation of I
Henry Grattan Esto perpetua I
I IICIIB1SHOP CRITICIZES EDISON
Divorce is the evil that most seri
ously threatens the foundation of
mOdern society It is the duty of the
Christian church to exercise the
same paternal authority over a com
munity as a father does over his fam
fly The Catholic Church has always
held the marriage vows inviolate
Archbishop Quigley of the archdio
cese of Chicago last Sunday thus gave
pUblic expression to his views on the
divorce question at the dedication of
the new 60000 church home of St
larys parish of Lake Forest
Archbishop Quigley also criticised
statements of Thomas A Edison who
denied the immortality of the soul
Mr Edison is a brilliant and a
gifted inventor he said and yet
with all his wonderful knowledge he
docs not know the character of the
force that constitutes electricity How
much less can he know of spiritua
lings And yet he presumes to pass
upon them
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THE SIIUTIX SOUL
In one of the famous lace shoos of
Brussels there are certain retired
rooms devoted to the spinning of the I
finest and most delicate lace patterns
These rooms are altogether darkened
save for the light from one small
window falling directly upon the pat
tern There is only one spinner in
the room and he sits where the nar
ow stream of light falls upon the
threads that he is weaving Thus
you are told by your guide do we
secure our choicest nroducts LHI i < t I
always more delicately and beautifully
woven when the worker himself is in
the dark and only his pattern is in the
light Does not the same beautiful
and mysterious result appear in work
of any kind when surrounding shad
OS compel the toiler to fix his atten
ion solely upon the task in hand the
task upon which falls tire concentrated
lIght of life When a soul finds itself
shut in by disappointments trials be
reavements disciplines or physical lim
itations to its divinely appointed task
the one thing it is best fitted to do or
to teach in this world how marvelous
ly the pattern is wrought What new
power and beauty appear In both work
and character That one small win
dow through which falls the light of
heaven full upon our task is how
often the essential condition of highest
achievement
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PREVENTING CRIMINALS
What do you do with your women
criminals We prevent them I
This was the answer given to an in
quirer by Professor Simon von der Aa
for fifty years the chief of administra
tion of the prisons in Holland who
recently was in America attending the
international prison congress The
professor says that in nil TTnlinnri
there are now less than 200 women u in
prison and that during his adminis
tration three prisons for women have
been closed for lack of inmates
But how do you account for it
ho was asked
In two ways ho said One rea
son is the growth of the social work
particularly among the Catholics
But indeed our people of whatever
creed have taken a special interest
in the uplift of women during the last
decade There are societies without
end not merely to rescue the fallen
but to help the poor and suffering so
that they shall not be tempted to go
wrong Our women of wealth and
culture are interested in this work
The other cause for the diminution
of feminine crime is simply the fact
that women arc allowed to work and
support themselves honorably instead
of being starved into doing it dishon
orably Women have entered all our
professions Just as they have with
you
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freedom of women is what is keeping l
them out of the prisons I
There is a strong womans suffrage
party among us but I would not say
that is a reason for the few crimes of
women It is rather another glorious
result of allowing woman to work
Before that she was perhaps unfit to
vote But the broadening influence of
work not only has the result of making
her refrain from active lawbreaking
but also it gives i her the positive im
pulse to assist in wise lawmaking
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CATHOLICITY IX DENMARK
Hon Maurice Francis Egan the
American minister to Denmark In a
letter to Martin I J Griffin relates
under date of November 7 Mrs
Egan and I have just come back from
ount HolsteinLedreborgs castle
where we were with only his family
present at the blessing of his chapel
His ancestors who built this chapel
were Lutherans He and his wife are
devout Catholics By permission of
the very broadminded king he was
enabled to have the chapel dedicated
on All Souls day It is the first Luth
eran church in Denmark turned into a
Catholic place of worship There has
been no adverse comment People noticed
Iced however that at the time of its
Lutheran dedication Christian VI was
the guest of honor this time it was
the American minister the representative
sentative of a republic
In the same communication Minister
Egan expresses the real joy with
which he read the stories which hoj I
had written in 186S and which Mr
Griffin when editor of The Guardian
Angel had published They were the
first reprinted stories of this after1
wards distinguished writer J
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