Monthly Archives: November 2015

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses during the week: Monday to Thursday at 9.30am. Masses on Friday at 9.30am and 7.30pm. Mass on Saturday at 10.00am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church at 8.00pm.

First Saturday: The “First Saturday Devotions” are currently taking place at the Saturday mass in Clonmult. Rosary at 9.45am, followed by prayers, followed by mass, followed by confession. Everyone welcome.

Last Weekend’s Collection: Door €266.90. Diocesan Social & Family Services €239.91. Thank you.

Anniversaries: David McCarthy, Jim Hegarty, Christy Kavanagh, Christy Hayes. May they rest in peace.

Munster Junior A Hurling Final.

Dungourney v Fenor (Waterford).

Sunday 6th December 1.30pm in Mallow.

Sunday is a big day for our club, not since 1907 have we tasted success on the Munster stage when Jamesey Kelleher led the men from the “Little Village” to glory. On Sunday Kevin will lead the men of the “Sash” on another step to what has been a dream year for the club. We wish players, management and those involved the very best on Sunday.

Southern Star 28.11.1959

Dungourney and District

RADIO EIREANN SINGER FOR DUNGOURNEY.Star of the variety entertainment to precede the two-act comedy at the Dungourney Macra na Ferime concert on Sunday, December 6th is James McGovern. Mr. McGovern is also a traditional violin player.

CARD DRIVE. The Clonmult Muintir na Tire Guild have decided to hold a “45” Drive in Clonmult on Sunday, December 13th. There are excellent cash prizes, and present indications are that there will be a record attendance.

TELEGRAPH LINE TO CLONMULT. During the past week telegraph poles have been erected along the Clonmult/Dungourney road and there is felling of trees being carried out. There are at least two phones being installed in the Clonmult area, and it is expected that the line may be carried beyond the village.

LOCAL JOTTINGS. There were foreign horse buyers in the Clonmult and Dungourney areas last Monday when some good horses were sold at excellent prices.

RECENT STORM. The recent storm caused quite a lot of slates to be blown from houses, and tradesmen are busy repairing the damage.

GRAVEYARD IMPROVEMENT. Through the co-operation of local inhabitants the approach path to Clonmult graveyard has been extended and other improvements have also been carried out.

IRISH EXAMINER 25.11.1947

CORK SOCIETY’S VISIT TO MUSEUM

Results of Recent Excavations on View

The members of the Cork Archaeological Society who visited the Cork Museum and heard the informative commentary by Prof. M. J. O’Kelly. Curator of the Museum on various articles on view as a result of the recent excavations by Prof. O’Kelly at Garryduff, left with a feeling of satisfaction that a further step had been progressed in archaeological work. Many objects were unearthed at Garryduff Fort, which is about two miles north of the village of Clonmult. Excavations by Prof. O’Kelly and his party lasted from July to October, and were very successful, several of the objects giving good solutions as to how the people lived in Co. Cork in 400 AD.

As Prof. O’Kelly put it to his audience “Although these excavations have given us a fairly good picture, we still only got the bones of the story, and it remains for further excavation and extra work which must be done to clothe these bones more fully, or I might say, to bring these bones to life”.

The objects are on view to the public during the regular visiting hours at the Museum.

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter

Masses during the week: Monday at 7.30 pm. Tuesday to Friday at 9.30am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

This Sunday is the Feast of Christ our King, there will be Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church between 4.00 and 6.00pm. The last half hour will include guided prayer concluding with final blessing at 6.00pm.

Last weekend’s Collection: Door – €306.07. Thank you.

Anniversaries: Rita McCarthy and Betty Kelleher. May they rest in peace.

Community Council Voting Forms, return date for these has been extended to Monday 30th November. Voting papers can returned to box in the Churches, Leahy’s Post Office, Fr. O’Flynn’s House, or box in School lobby.

Camogie Bazar: Sunday next 29th November in Dungourney hall at 2.30pm.

East Cork Junior A Football Semi-Final

Dungourney 1-13 Fr. O’Neill’s 3-10.

No’s Drawn. 14, 22, 23.

No winner. Lucky Dip.

€35 Ann Marie O’Callaghan.

€25 Pat Rigney (Junior).

€15 Michael Coakley.

Southern Star 15.11.1958

Great excitement was evident in Clonmult during the week when the ESB current was switched on. This long awaited event has now become a reality and the inhabitants have become equipped with electric kettles, irons and heaters. The village itself has been switched on with a few days and the outside townlands are now being connected. To date the residents to the north of the village have not been connected, but it is understood that it will not be long before they have the light. The Clonmult school house was connected on Monday.

Switch-on Social for Clonmult: Through the initiative of two or three local inhabitants a social evening will be held in Clonmult school house on Friday November 21st. Rev. Fr. Egan P.P. who will perform the Swicth-on ceremony , has granted permission for the use of the school house. A ladies committee has been formed to attend to the catering, while a most entertaining programme is being got up by the organising committee.

Macra na Feirme Jottings: At the monthly meeting of the local Macra na Feirme branch held on Monday Mr. Edmond Barry presided. Miss Lily Hegarty gave a comprehensive report on the current activities of the branch. Arrangements were made for the forthcoming dance in Dungourney Hall.

Agricultural Class at Clonmult: Winter Agricultural classes have just commenced in Clonmult Schoolhouse under the auspices of the Cork Co. Committee of Agricultural. The lecturer is Maurice Queally B.Agr.Sc. The lectures will be on Tuesday and Thursday of each week until Christmas.

             

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses during the week: Monday at 7.30 p.m. Tuesday to Friday at 9.30 a.m.

There will be Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00pm.

A Mass for the Holy Souls will be celebrated in Dungourney Church on Monday 16th November at 7.30 p.m. This Mass will also include a “Ceremony of Light” where those who died in the parish during the year will be remembered. Everyone welcome.

Rosary in Dangan Cemetery on Sunday 15th November at 12.15 p.m.

The Month’s Mind Mass for Gertie O’Brien (RIP) will take place on next Friday, 20th November at 7.30 p.m. in Dungourney Church. Refreshments afterwards in Dungourney hall.

Last Weekend’s Collection: Door – €287.04. Thank You.

November Offerings are presently being taken up. If you haven’t yet handed back you envelope please bring to the Church next weekend, or drop into the Priest’s house.

Anniversaries: Mairead McCarthy and Colm O’Keeffe. May they rest in peace.

Family Tree at Leahy’s Open Farm on Friday 20th November. Rosary at 7.45 p.m. Mass at 8.00 Mass p.m. Celebrant Fr. Michael O’Shea, Concelebrant – Fr. Pat O’Sullivan. (See poster in Church porch).

Songs of Faith Concert 2015: Come and hear young people from across Cork parishes sing their songs of faith on Sunday 22nd November at 7.00 p.m. at Our Lady Crowned Church, Mayfield, accompanied by musicians from the Dublin Gospel Choir under the musical direction of Ian Callan. No tickets – all welcome – donations only.

Social Dancing in Clonmult this Sunday 15th November, 8-10 pm. Music – Dave Rea.

Imokilly Jamboree Muintir na Tire: Annual East Cork Senior Citizens Jamboree on Sunday 22nd November 2015 in Midleton Park Hotel at 7.00 p.m. Music by John White. Tickets €10.00. Contact Muintir na Tíre on 021-4500688.

Munster Junior A Hurling Championship Semi-Final.

Dungourney 2-11 Dromcollogher-Broadford 0-5.

Congratulations to all involved on Saturdays victory over Dromcollogher-Broadford played in Ballyagran. We now meet Fenor of Waterford who defeated Ennistoymon of Clare in the other semi-final. The final is set for 6th December in Mallow.

 

No’s Drawn 10, 18, 23.

No winner. Lucky Dip.

€35 John & Frances Hennessy.

€25 Michael Ahern.

€15 John & Sharon Brennan

Munster Junior A Hurling Semi-Final

Dungourney v Dromcollogher-Broadford

Sat. 14th November @ 2.30pm in Dromcollogher.