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Pat Purcell Papers

Carlow Freemasons

Transcribed by M. Purcell c2010.


Freemasons

Carlow Sentinel, 1897.

Carlow New Masonic Hall.
A Grand Bazaar and Fancy Fair.
In Aid of Building Fund will be held in the Town Hall, Carlow.
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 4th, 5th and 6th, 1897.
 
Under the Patronage of Lord and Lady Rathdonnell,
 
Lord and Lady Duncannon,
Sir Thomas Pierce Butler, Bart, and Lady Butler,
Sir Charles Burton, Bart, and Lady Burton,
Sir Anthony Weldon, Bart, and Lady Weldon,
Major and Mrs Alexander,
Mr and Mrs Toler-Aylward,
Mr and Mrs D.R. Pack-Beresford,
Mr and Mrs Browne-Clayton,
Mr and Mrs Stewart Duckett,
Colonel and Mrs Eustace,
Dean and Mrs Finlay,
Captain and Mrs Duckett-Stewart,
Dr. and Mrs Rawson,
Mrs Fleming,
Mrs Greenwood,
Archdeacon and Mrs Jameson,
Mr and Mrs J. F. Lecky,
Captain and Mrs Newton,
Mr and Mrs R. Lecky Pike,
Captain and Mrs Thomas,
Colonel and Mrs Vigors,
Mr and Mrs T. Anderson,
Mrs Vessy.
Mr S. Vessy,

The Three Provincial Grand Masters:-

Mr Lloyd-Vaughan (High Sheriff),
Colonel Cosby and
Colonel Pratt Saunders.

The following, amongst others, have kindly consented to preside at the Stalls:-

Lady Rathdonnell, Lady Burton, Mrs Stuart, Mrs Maffett, Mrs Masey, Mrs
Fitzmaurice (Kelvin Grove), Mrs and the Misses Langran.
 
Cafe Chantant.
 
Theatricals, Tableaux Vivants, Wheel of Fortune, Palmistry, Shooting Gallery, and a variety of other Entertainments.
The Bazaar will be Opened at 2pm on Wednesday, in Masonic Form, by Right Hon. Lord Rathdonnell, His Majesty’s Lieutenant.
Contributions either in money or in kind will be thankfully received by any of the Stall Holders.

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.


Transcribed by M. Purcell c2010.
Old newspapers in the PPP.
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