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Bill Purcell 1922 - New Carlow Business

By kind permission of Michael Purcell  12/2009


Bill Purcell 1922.

New Carlow Business (Feb. 1922).

As can be seen in our advertising columns Mr William Purcell, late foreman at the Shamrock Works in Carlow has now opened a business of his own at 86 Tullow Street, Carlow. Mr Purcell was over 30 years foreman with Mr Doyle of the Shamrock Works and this experience coupled with good business ability and intelligence should gain him a large clientele.

Advertisement:

Business Notice.
Traps, Cars and Wheels, etc.
Wm. Purcell late Foreman, Shamrock Works, begs to intimate to his Friends and the Public that he has OPENED A FACTORY AT 86 TULLOW STREET, CARLOW.
For the Building of All Classes of Traps, Carts, and Wheels.
Also Window Sashes, Doors, and Coffins Mounted and Finished in best style.
Agent for the Leading Rubber Tyre Manufacturers, Etc.
 
In the same column another advertisement by a former Doyle's employee Bill Fleming who had lost an arm as a result of an accident in Doyle's Shamrock Works, in later years he operated a garage on Barrack Street.

 FLEMING'S

Coach and Wheel Works, Shamrock Square, Carlow.
Cheapest in the Trade for Carts, Wheels, Traps, Painting and Repairs

 William Purcell was grandfather of  J.J. Woods, a regular and generous contributor to this Carlow website.

Transcribed by Jean Casey, November 2009 from Pat Purcell Papers newspaper cuttings in scrapbook.


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