1884, Love is in the Borris air.
Carlow Sentinel. 1884.
Alleged Elopement Near Borris.
correspondent informs us that excitement has been revived in the
vicinity of Borris by the intelligence of the elopement of the
daughter of a well-to-do farmer of that locality with her father's
lady is well connected, and is said to have refused the hand of a
respectable young farmer, although the match was considered very
desirable on both sides.
runaways, it is asserted, started last week for New York, but the
police do not appear to have been apprised of the occurrence.
let, modern and substantially-built Dwelling House and Premises
situated on corner of Leighlin Street and Killeshin Road,
Carlow-Graigue, Queen's County, formerly occupied by the late Rowan
McCombe for such terms as may be agreed upon by the administrators
Alicia McCombe, widow, and Henry McCombe at the request of the
petitioners The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland.
Caretaker on the premises will show the house and grounds and offers
will be received by Thomas Armstrong, Athy Street, Carlow who is the
receiver appointed by the Court for approval.
THOMPSON'S Hanover Saw Mills and Iron Works. (formerly Pierce &
moving our Saw Mills and Iron Foundry and Machine Works from Green
Lane to commodious Premises in Bridewell Lane, Carlow where we have
all the advantages to be obtained from its Water Power and central
position and where we can offer to the public a reduction in the
prices of Iron and Wood Manufacturers.
Source: M. Purcell 2013. Old newspapers
in the PPP.
From: Michael Purcell
1884, Clayton Browne, Todays our Golden
1st October 1884.
Celebration of A Golden Wedding.
On Tuesday afternoon, the 28th October, Mr and
Mrs Clayton Browne entertained at Browne's Hill a large party of their
friends and relations on the occasion of the celebration of their
They received numerous handsome presents, amongst
them a gold cup, presented by their four children and twenty-one
They also received an address from the Select
Vestry of the Parish of Carlow.
The following received invitations, most of whom
were present to offer their congratulations in person:-
The Marquis and Marchioness of Kildare, Lord and
Lady Rathdonnell, the Hon. Edward and Mrs Stopford, the Hon. Hugh and
Lady Mary Boscawen, Sir Thomas and Lady Butler and Miss Butler, the
Dowager Lady Butler and Miss C. Butler, Sir Charles and Lady Burton,
the Hon Mrs Clements, Sir Clement and Lady Wolseley, the Right Hon
Henry . Mrs Bruen, Mr Henry and the Misses Bruen ; Mr and the Hon Mrs
Rochfort, Mrs and Mrs Kavanagh, Mrs W. Kavanagh and Mrs Meredith, Mrs
Pack-Beresford and family, Mr and Mrs Clayton Browne and family, Miss
G. Langrishe, the Dean of Leighlin and Mrs and Miss King and Miss A.
Newton, Mrs Thomas, Mr and Mrs Jocelyn Thomas, Mr and Mrs Duckett, Mrs
Lecky and Miss Watson, Mr, Mrs and Miss Watson ; Mrs Gray and Miss
Watson, Mr Newton and Miss Newton, Mount Leinster ; Mr and Mrs Steuart
Duckett, Mr, Mrs Bagenal, and Miss Hall-Dare ; Mr and Mrs Alexander,
Major and Mrs Hutchinson, Mr and Mrs George Alexander and Mr S
Alexander, Major and Mrs Tanner, Mr and Mrs Charles Duckett, Mr and
Mrs Fred Lecky, and Mr R. Lecky, Mr and Mrs Rupert Lecky , Mr, Mrs and
Miss Newton, Mr and the Misses Hore, Mr and Mrs Arthur and the Misses
Fitzmaurice, Mr William and Mr and Mrs Edward Fitzmaurice, and Mrs
Clarke, the Ven. Archdeacon and Mrs Jameson, Mr and Mrs William
Fitzmaurice, Laurel Lodge ; Mr and Mrs Fitzmaurice, Fruit Hill, ; Dr
and Mrs Ireland, Major and Mrs and the Misses Bloomfield, Mr and Mrs
H. Cooper, Mr and Mrs Hall-Dare, Captain and Mrs Persse, Colonel and
Mrs Vigors, Mr and Mrs Alcock, Rev J. and Mrs Dillon, Mr and Mrs
Standish Roche, Mr, Mrs and the Misses Eustace, Castlemore, Mr and Mrs
Eustace, Newstown ; Mr and Mrs Ponsonby, Mr and Mrs Hone,
Very Rev. W.E. and Miss Ryan, Mrs Rawson, Mr and Mrs Cornwall
Brady , Rev. C. and Mrs Bellingham, Mr and Mrs Borrer, Mr and Miss
Cooper, Mr and Mrs Stuart, Mr and Mrs Lecky-Pike, Dr and Mrs Newell,
Mr C. Butler, Mr J. Mrs and Miss Butler,
and Miss Owen, Mrs Vesey, Rev. J. and Mrs Finlay, the Rev. T. and Mrs
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