Scoil: Calry (uimhir rolla 10473)

Suíomh:
Calgach, Co. Shligigh
Múinteoir:
Róisín Mhig Ualghairg

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Calry | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0159, Leathanach 218

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now very rare and some people use barrels. The cooper puts his name on every churn he makes.
Iron hoops keep the laths together. The top of the churn is called the carsÍn and the lower hoop is called the laggin.
Some people use a barrel churn. The work is done by turning a churn around and around. It does not take long to get the butter on the milk when using this kind of churn.
It is thought unlucky if anyone comes to the house for the loan of anything while the work of churning is in operation.
About fifty years ago people in Ireland were very superstitious with regard to milk.
On no account would they give or take milk from or to a neighbour on the first of May. They would not dream of selling butter or milk on that day.
When going milking if they met a red haired woman it was thought

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