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novena to the sacred heart
Eily O’Keeffe and Cissy Looney, pictured at the Grotto on Rock Road, Killarney
Kerry’s first All-Star Donie O’Sulllivan who brought the Sam Maguire to
Spa in 1970.
Michael Casey, Emmets Terrace, Killarney pictured in the middle.
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Biddy Ball Dance in the Macra Na Feirme Hut in Tangneys Field, Lisry 1953.
Front Row L:R: Eileen (Cahill) Tangney RIP, Betty (Doona) Coffey, Bill Tangney RIP, Sheila (O'Leary) Ferris, Joan Neville RIP, Mary (Mangan)
McCArthy RIP, Elizabeth Lucey RIP, Eileen (O'Mahony) Ferris. 2nd Row: Tim Moynihan, Denis McGillicuddy, Jim O'Rourke, Patrick Kissane, John
Ferris RIP, Kathleen O'Sullivan RIP, Mary (Doona) Barrett RIP, Rose (Hill) Giles, Eileen Doyle. 3rd Row L:R: Jim Adams RIP, Tom Leslie RIP, Tom
O'Leary RIP, Tadgh O'Sulivan, Paddy O'Leary RIP, Teddy Clifford, Michael Leslie, Michael O'Sullivan, Jimmie McCarthy RIP, Tadgh Doona RIP,
Jimmie O'Leary, Mackie Lynch RIP, Owen Gleeson RIP. 4th Row L:R: John Courtney RIP, Jackie Burke, Maurice Traynor RIP, Jack Clifford RIP,
Tadgh Riordan RIP, Thomas Doona RIP, Denis O'Shea RIP, Tom Hobbins RIP, Jack Mannix RIP, James Doyle, Denis Doona RIP, Jack Doona,
Kathleen (Doona) Guerin, Seamus Griffin, Ted Curran, Michael Brosnan, Jeremiah O'Connor RIP. Back: Jimmie Giles RIP, Helen (Clifford) Dennehy
RIP, John Ahern RIP, Dan Doona RIP, Tom Doona, Sean T Leslie, Tom Neville.
Mercy Convent Killarney First Holy Communion Class, 1959.
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Pictured in 1947 at Woodlawn, Killarney were front row: Peggy Looney and Joan
Hurley. At back Sheila Shea, Bridie Slattery and Maureen Sullivan. The donkey’s
name was Mr McCluskey.
Eileen Lynch from Sunny Hill, Killarney pictured with
Santa in Hillard’s Department Store, Main Street along
with her cousin Eileen O’Sullivan, Leamnaguilla,
Ballyhar. Eileen’s father, Dan Lynch worked in Hilliards.
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Mercy Convent, Killarney, Class of 1966
Athletes from Spa Muckross who competed at the Community Games National
Finals in Mosney in the 1980’s. Included are from left: Paul Cremin, Tom Doherty,
Niall O’Donoghue, Maureen O’Shea and Kathryn Kelly.
FCA Camp in Killarney in the 1950’s
Mary Ellen Lynch nee Lyne and her sister Tina Brick nee
Lyne from Sheheree Muckross around 1926.
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Staff at Hilliards Factory, Killarney pictured in the 1960’s
Willie O’Sullivan, Jackie Kelliher and Tim Lynch pictured in
Marian Terrace in July 1964
Ring of Kerry cycle 1991. Back from left: Neily O’Sullivan, Bernie O’Sullivan, John
Falvey, Moss Brosnan. Front: Pat Doherty and Tim O’Sullivan
Pictured in Gaelic Park New York on Sunday 2nd July 1960
are from left: Mike Leahy, Bernard Doyle aqnd Jackie Leahy,
Killarney.
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The Royal Irish Constabulary Rowing Club, winners of “The Cup” for
the Senior Six Killarney regatta in 1893. Included are S. Farrell, G.
Neelan, JP Ferris, M. Turnbull, J. Keogh, F. Regan, Thomoas Gaffney
(Cox).
Farranfore Athletic Club pictured in the 1950’s.
Killarney Jarvey Donie O’Donoghue pictured in 1959. The baby in the
photograph is Killarney photographer Michelle Cooper Galvin.
Regatta Day in Killarney 60 years ago. The winning Fossa team at
Killarney Regatta 1952. From left: Patsy Quill, Donie Sheehan, John
Griffin, John Hilliard (Cox), Noel Guerin, Michael Sheehan and Michael
O’Sullivan
Pictured at St. Finan’s Hospital, Killarney 1972-1973 were front row from left: Pat Landers, Dr. JJ O’Connor, RMS, Tadgh Kennedy, Declan Healy
ACNO, Rev. Martin Hegarty, Chaplin and Dick Stokes. Standing are community nurses: John Scanlon, JJ O’Connell, Paddy Doyle, Ann Helay,
ACNO, Mary Redpath, Jim Broderick. Back row: Donie O’Sulllivan, Tim Healy, Neily O’Donoghue, Darby Moynihan, ACNO, Michael Brosnan and
Sean O’Connor. Picture MacMonagle, Killarney
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Members of 5th Year in St. Brendan’s College in 1965 who played the Sem team in a
challenge match. Back from left: Donal Riordan, Pat Sheehan, Jer Counihan, Pat Doody,
Jim Coffey, Derry Kerrisk, Owen Casey, M. Griffin. Front from left: Pat Healy, Jerry Murphy,
Phil O’Sulivan, Aidan Kelliher and John O’Connor.
President Sean T. O’Kelly pictured with Sarah
O’Hara, Manageress, Parknasilla and Dora
O’Sullivan, Manageress of the now Park Hotel,
Kenmare.
FRONT: Gerald Fitzgerald, Brian Fitzgerald, Richard Williams, Michael L. Cronin, Sean
Conlan, Noel Murphy, Donie Foley and Club Chairman Tom long.
CENTRE: Chairman East Kerry Board Brendan Walsh, Gene Moriarty, Secretary Kerry
County Board Andy Molyneaux, Aidan McDonald, Dermot Griffin, Michael Clifford, Michael
O' Connor, Club Secretary Pat Sweeney, Michael Cronin, Brendan Fitzgerald, Secretary
East Kerry County Board Denis Fenton and Chairman Kerry County Board Grald
McKenna. BACK: Kieran Coffey, Michael Spillane, Larry Madden, Jimmy Fleming, James
Houlihan, Fr. James Galvin P.P, Pat cRONIN, john Sheehan and Larry Daly.
Bunrower, Ross Road, Killarney 1963: Front from left:
Weeshie Fogarty, Dan O’Leary, Ned O’Brien. At back:
Ger Murphy, Paddy O’Connor, Donald Dempsey,
Timmy Leahy and Michael Grady.
Liebherr Container Cranes Inter Firm All Ireland Champions 1999.
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College Street, Killarney taken in 1950. Picture includes The Failte Hotel, Julie Doyle’s Beauty Salon, Cronin’s Restaurant and the Bombay
Palace, formerlly The Reeks shop.
Picture courtesy of Eileen O’Callaghan, The Failte Hotel.
Tops of the Town winners - Hilliards 1960
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Pictured in the family home of Mrs. Nora Bartlett, O’Kellys
Villas in 1956 were from left: Julia Falvey, Marion Mulcahy,
Mary Mulcahy, Rita Mulcahy, Billy O’Sullivan and Nora
Bartlett.
The Pearls Showband, Listry: From left: Michael O’Leary, RIP, Nixie Tangney,
James Doyle, John O’Brien, RIP and Pat Quirke.
Above: Kerry Junior Cross Country
Team
Left: Peter O’Toole, right pictured with
work colleagues at The Post Office in
the 1950’s.
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President Sean T. O’Kelly, visiting most Rev. Bishop O’Brien in Killarney in June 1959. Included at the back are Garda James Redpath (back from
left) and Supt Batt Harte (back row extreme right).
Randles Bros in 1988
Taken outside Randles Garage Muckross Road in 1988 Members of the Rose of Tralee Committee and Randles Bros Staff presenting
the New Rover to the winning family. From left Christy Leahy, John O Reilly, Bob O Brien, David Randles,Ted Keane, Phil Farmer,
Con Randles, Sean O Mahony Ned O‘Shea and Patsy Collins.
Picture: MacMonagle, Killarney
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Killarney Regatta Committee 1970. Front from left: Ulick Daly, Sean Murphy, John Kelly, Hon Secretary, Vincent Counihan, Jack Scully, Michael
Fleming. Back from left: Denis Hegarty, John Browne and Willie O’Connor.
Killarney Regatta committee at the launch of the 1985 Regatta. Front from left: Ann Tangney, John Kelly, Hon Sec), Seamus O’Connor. Second
row from left: Teddy O’Brien, Willie O’Connor, Valerie Hobbs, Eilish O’Sullivan, Sheila McCarthy, Mary Moynihan, Ned Leahy, Don O’Sullivan,
Michael Cemin, Denis Hegarty. Back from left: Denis Carroll, Richard Leane, Connie Doyle, Michael Lynch, P. Cronin, Mike Sheehan, Sean
Murphy and Michael Fleming.
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Prize day at St. Finan’s Hospital in 1974.
St. Finan's Hospital Staff before departure to visit hospitals in Wales in the early 1970's.
Killarney Regatta: Pictured from left: Henry Ward, Denis Griffin R.I.P, Killarney Regatta: Pictured from left: Front L to R - Margaret Kelliher,
Denis O'Brien, David O'Connor(cox),Neilus Daly, John_Joe Healy, Henry Sean Murphy (cox), Back L to R -Eileen Mahony, Carmel Daly, Mai
Clifton.
Sullivan, Betty O'Connell.
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Fossa Crew 1956 Eugie Cronin R.I.P,
Dan Meara, Eamon Sheehan, Denis
Griffin R.I.P, Ned Myers R.I.P,
Above: Killarney Great Southern Christmas
Staff Party 1956
Right: Commercials Rowing Club 1956:
Back L to R - Pat Brick, David O'Connor,
Neilus Daly, Kevin Moroney, Denis O'Brien,
Con Sullivan, John Counihan, Micky Ryan,
Tommy Daly R.I.P., John Joe Healy, John
O'Sullivan, P. Blennerhasset, Batt Brosnan.
Front L to R - John Daly, Fergus Moroney,
Jim Daly R.I.P., Sean O'Sullivan, Michael
Courtney, Jim Counihan, M. Looney, Jerry
Daly R.I.P.
Above: Killarney Regatta, 1985: L to R - Betty Griffin, Eileen Griffin,
Mary Griffin, Carmel Griffin, Mary Moynihan, Anne Moynihan, Majella
Moynihan, Hannah Moynihan & Patsy Looney RIP.
LEFT: Commercial winners of the Juvenile Sixes 1959: Front L to R Paul Cronin, Denis O'Brien, David O'Connor (cox) R.I.P., Brendan
Clifford R.I.P.,
Back L to R - Dermot O'Donoghue, Jim Daly R.I.P, Derry Horgan &
John Daly.
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Sewells Pharmacy down
through the years.
Top Right: John Joseph
Sewell, Pharmacist 1890 1920.
Top Left: The Chemist in
1934 and above: The
Chemist in the 1970’s.
Left:
The
pharmacy
which opened in 1856
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A Pipe Band pictured in the 1950’s.
Jimmy Healy, Loreto Road (centre) pictured with visiting American cousins taking a jaunting car trip with Billy the Horse.
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Scene from the film “The Dawn“. Dado Hurley on the right.
Josie Cullinane meets with Eamonn De Valera at the steps of The
Great Southern Hotel
First Holy Communion at the Mercy Primary School, Killarney in 1971.
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The Late Sir Patrick Moore pictured with Sean Murphy from
Killarney, at his home on the Sussex Coast, England in 1985
Creamary Morning.
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The Radiant Showband, Scartaglin.
Gerard Sullivan rip, Ned Buckley, John Sullivan, Neily Sullivan,
Dermot Flynn and Ned Flynn.
Front from L to R: Frankie O' Sullivan, Paudie O' Donoghue,
Sheamus O'Donoghue.
Back from L to R: David Hurley, Geni Fogarty, Dermot O'
Donoghue.
Left to Right: 1.Tim Corcoran 2.Donal Lynch 3. John Daly 4.Eddie
Casey (R.I.P).
Members of the Hurley Family, Woodland Rd, Killarney.
Side: John, Front: Brendan, Marie, 2nd Row: Kathleen, Clare.
Back: Gerard, Joan & Breda.
Members of the Muckross House staff and friends pictured during the 1960's.
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Fossa Rowing crew winners, Juvenile sixes, Killarney Regatta 1961.
L-R: Michael Fleming, Tom O'Shea, Michael Greaney, Robin Hilliard (Cox), Donal O'Meara, Con Guerin, Brendan Sweeney.
Fair Day College Street.
Monastery boys cycle trip with Bro Emilion on an exploration of the
gap of dunloe around 1956.
Beaufort Pioneer Group St Patricks Day Parade Killarney 1988.
Taoiseach Sean Lemass opens the new clubhouse at the Kilarney
Golf and Fishing Club in the early 1960's. Also pictured are Mrs.
Beatrice, Rev. David Earl, Dermot O'Sullivan.
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Commercial Senior Fours Crew in the late 1950’s L to R- Denis O'Brien, Neilus
Daly, David O'Connor, John Joe Healy, Patrick Galvin.
A group of children from New Road pictured in 1969
Killarney Outloo
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Killarney men Tom O’Toole and Con O’Leary
Riders on horseback
pictured at Kate Kearney’s
Cottage.
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WHAT IS A SMEAR TEST AND HOW IS IT TAKEN?
A smear test (sometimes called a pap test) is used for cervical screening. It is a simple
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take about 15 minutes in the doctor's surgery or health clinic. You can lie on your
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HOLY WATER A MEANS
OF SPIRITUAL HEALTH
NOVENA TO THE
ST. CLARE
HOLY WATER is a Sacramental that remits
venial sin, because of the blessing
attached to it, Holy Church strongly
urges its use upon Her Children,
especially when dangers threaten, such
as fire, storms, sickness and other
calamities.
AND WE GIVE IT SO LITTLE THOUGHT.
Ask St. Clare for 3 favours,
one business, 2 impossible.
Say 9 Hail Mary’s for 9 days
with a lighted candle.
and finish with “May the
Sacred Heat of Jesus be
praised, adored, glorified and
loved today and every day
throughout the world
Forever. Amen”. Pray whether
you belive it or not.
Publish on the 9th day.
Your request will be granted
no matter how difficult it may
seem. Favour often granted
on the third day.
NOVENA TO THE
SACRED HEART
NOVENA TO THE
SACRED HEART
PRAYER TO THE
VIRGIN MARY
Dear Heart of Jesus
in the past I have asked many
favours. This time I ask you this
special one, (mention favour).
Take it dear heart of Jesus
and place it within Your own heart
where your Father sees it.
Then in his merciful eyes it will
become your favour not mine.
Amen.
Dear Heart of Jesus
in the past I have asked many
favours. This time I ask you this
special one, (mention favour).
Take it dear heart of Jesus
and place it within Your own heart
where your Father sees it.
Then in his merciful eyes it will
become your favour not mine.
Amen.
Say this prayer for three times for
three days and your favour will be
granted. Never know to fail. Must
promise publication of prayer.
Say this prayer for three times for
three days and your favour will be
granted. Never know to fail. Must
promise publication of prayer.
(Never know to fail)
O Most Beautiful Flower of Mount
Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendour of
Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of
God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in this
my necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me
and show me herein you are my Mother.
O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of
Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you
from the bottom of my heart to succour
me in my necessity. There are none, that
can withstand your power. Oh Mary
conceived without sin, pray for us who
have recourse to thee (3 times).Oh Holy
Mary, I place this cause in your hands,
(3 times). Thank you for your mercy
towards me and mine. Amen. Say this
prayer for 3 consecutive days. You must
publish it, and it will be granted to you.
NOVENA TO THE
SACRED HEART
THE MIRACLE
PRAYER
THE MIRACLE
PRAYER
You have said O Divine Jesus, ask and you
shall receive, seek and you shall find,
knock and the door shall be opened to
you. Relying on these promises, I come
with confidence during this novena to
beg of you the favours that I need (make
request). For whom shall I ask Lord Jesus,
if not from you whose heart is an
unfailing source of graces and merits.
Most loving heart of my God. I believe in
your power, I believe in your knowledge I
believe in your personal love for me, and
therefore O Sacred heart of Jesus I place
all my trust in you. Our Father, Hail Mary
and Glory, say 3 times for 3 days.
Must promise publication.
Dear Heart of Jesus
in the past I have asked many
favours. This time I ask you this
special one, (mention favour).
Take it dear heart of Jesus
and place it within your own broken
heart where your Father sees it.
Then in his merciful eyes it will
become your favour not mine.
Amen.
Dear Heart of Jesus
in the past I have asked many
favours. This time I ask you this
special one, (mention favour).
Take it dear heart of Jesus
and place it within your own broken
heart where your Father sees it.
Then in his merciful eyes it will
become your favour not mine.
Amen.
Say this prayer for three days.
Publication of prayer and favour will
be granted.
Say this prayer for three days.
Publication of prayer and favour will
be granted.
24TH
ANNIVERSARY
In loving Memory of
peter d. j.
o’sullivan
Annaghmore, Headford, Killarney, Co. Kerry
It does not take a special day,
For us to think of you,
Each Mass we hear, each prayer we say,
Is offered up for you.
May he rest in peace dear Jesus,
In Thy Heavenly home above,
With the the Scared Heart of Jesus,
In his own Eternal Love.
Always remembered by your
loving wife & family
NOVENA TO THE
SACRED HEART
Sacred Heart and Our Lady a
thousand thanks.
And to all of the Saints for favours
received.
THANKSGIVING
May the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
be praised, glorified and adored
throughout the whole world now
and forever more.
NOVENA TO THE
SACRED HEART
Sacred Heart and Our Lady a
thousand thanks.
And to all of the Saints for favours
received.
Every Catholic home should have always
in it a supply of Holy Water.
WE DO NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
BENEFITS DERIVED FROM HOLY WATER.
LET US CULTIVATE ITS USE.
UNTOLD Spiritual Wealth is concentrated
in a tiny drop of blessed water.
M.M.
Pg47 | Friday 3rd January 2014 | Killarney Outlook
Killarney Outlook | Friday 3rd January 2014 | Pg48
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