School: Loughkeeren

Location:
Knockatemple, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
Anna M. Warde

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0120, Page 19

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The cat turns his tail to the fire when rain is coming. He scrapes wood when a storm is at hand.

Micheal Foye
Lisgorman,
Bohola
If the dog is seen tumbling on the floor it is the sign of a storn and if he is seen eating grass it is the sign of rain.
John McNicholas
Muckroe,
Shraheen,
Balla
When cattle cluster on the hill it is a sign of fine weather.
Patrick Commins
Rathruane

Collector
Michael Foye
Gender
male
Address
Lisgormin, Co. Mayo
Language
English

If the dog is seen tumbling on the floor it is the sign of a storm and if he is seen eating grass it is the sign of rain.

When cattle cluster on the hill it is a sign of fine weather.