School: Monaleen, (C.) Luimneach (roll number 7916)

Location:
Monaleen, Co. Limerick
Teacher:
Mrs. M. Ó Farrell

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0524, Page 112

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13. People's corns generally ache when rain is calling.
14. A blue blaze in the fire indicates any frosty fire.
15. If a cock goes crying to bed he is sure to rise with a watery head.
16. Flowers budding the second time indicate the coming of a bad winter
17. The smoke going up straight - sign of frost. General beliefs in the district.

1. Michael Kerley of recent years was a cyclist and won many victories. He now lives in Dublin.
2. Robert Nolan of Kilbane was a good high jumper.
3. Old Mr. Coffey, now 82 years was a great mower, and often mowed 3 acres in a day.
4. Pat Barron a famous dancer who lived near the bridge in Annacotty.
5. Nick Danaher and Ned Crotty were good hurlers for Annacotty.

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