May, 1926, Friday 14

We all left by 11.30 train for Queenstown. A beautiful day. To our dismay we learnt on arrival from Mr. Humbert, owner of States Hotel, that liner was not arriving till 9.30. After a long discussion we decided to wait and see it out, hiring…

Continue reading →

August, 1926, Tuesday 24

Read in paper that there is another revolution in Greece, and General Pangalos has been kicked out by another general. Always disturbances in the Balkan Peninsula. The Census results of Free State have been published. Population of Ireland has decreased from 4,390,000 of 1911 to…

Continue reading →