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Account book for Dublin Food Supply Society Ltd

Account book for Dublin Food Supply Society (DFSS), a society with which Fr Thomas Finlay SJ was associated and whose object was the supply of cheap food to the poor of Dublin in difficulties due to either the Great War or the ‘local Irish situation’.

Dublin Food Supply Society, 1916-1926

Case for Counsel on behalf of Fr Charles Doyle SJ acting under Power of Attorney on behalf of the Revd Fr Fahy SJ

Case for Counsel on behalf of Fr Charles Doyle SJ acting under Power of Attorney on behalf of the Revd. Fr Fahy SJ, executor of the Rev. Peter Finlay SJ deceased, concerning two trusts in which Fr Finlay was involved – the Jane Margaret Wall trust and the Evelyn Egan trust (14 February 1935, 17pp). Includes Counsel’s opinion dated 5 March 1935 and copies of relevant documents such as copy will and probate of Miss Jane Margaret Wall deceased (2 membranes); office copy judgement of Justice Madden in the matter of Finlay v Wall (17 February 1910, 2pp); copy will of Fr Peter Finlay deceased (30 April 1917, 1p.); notebook containing details of income and expenditure of trust fund money and draft deed appointing new trustees Frs. Peter Finlay, John Hannon and John Deevy in both cases (1929, 4pp).

Covering letter from Noel Purcell to Fr Thomas A. Finlay SJ

Covering letter from Noel Purcell to Fr Finlay (30 December 1930, 1p.) and costs of solicitor Daniel Purcell & Son in account with Rev. Thomas A. Finlay in the matter of the conveyance settlement and appointment of trustees (29 December 1930, 1p.).

Purcell, Noel, solicitor

Minutes book of meetings of Dublin Food Supply Society

  • IE IJA J/9/7
  • Item
  • 29 April 1921 – 6 March 1925
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Volume of minutes of committee meetings of the Dublin Food Supply Society (DFSS), a society with which Fr Thomas Finlay SJ was associated and whose object was the supply of cheap food to the poor of Dublin in difficulties due to either the Great War or the ‘local Irish situation’. Includes: six enclosures – profit and loss account (31 December 1919, 2 items); profit and loss account (1920, 1p.); Report of the Annual General Meeting (16 May 1921, 1p.); profit and loss account and Report of the Annual General Meeting (February 1925, 2 items).

Dublin Food Supply Society, 1916-1926

Minutes of meetings of Dublin Food Supply Society

  • IE IJA J/9/5
  • Item
  • 8 December 1916 – 6 March 1918
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Volume of minutes of committee meetings of the Dublin Food Supply Society (DFSS), a society with which Fr Thomas Finlay SJ was associated and whose object was the supply of cheap food to the poor of Dublin in difficulties due to either the Great War or the ‘local Irish situation’. Fr Thomas Finlay SJ, who had previously worked with Sir Horace Plunkett in the Irish Agricultural Organisation Society, established the Dublin Food Supply Company (1916-1926) at a meeting in the Royal Hibernian Academy, Lincoln Place.

The following individuals became part of the Dublin Food Supply Company committee: Lady Frances Moloney (Chairperson) (in 1918, she became one of the founders of the Missionary Sisters of St Columban), Miss Conroy, Miss Janet Cunningham, Mrs Wilson, Mrs Cogan, Mrs O’Brien, Mr McKee, Mr Fallon, Mr Desmond O’Brien, Mr Cruise O’Brien, Mr Michael J. Dillon and Mr W.A. Ryan. It was agreed that 4 Killarney Street (later transferred to 10 Lower Gloucester Street) should be taken temporarily as a shop, from Monday 18 December 1916. The society had £137 in their account and Fr Tom Finlay SJ was able to source ten gallons of milk, Lady Moloney secured a half a ton of potatoes and Mr O’ Brien, bags for the potatoes from IAWS. The milk crisis of 1917 resulted in the Corporation of Dublin requesting that the Dublin Food Supply Company take over the distribution of the milk supply previously provided by them. By 1918, depots where food and milk could be bought were located at: Grattan Street; Francis Street (later transferred to 88 Thomas Street); North King Street and Old Camden Street. By 1924, further properties were bought at Gloucester Place Upper; Middle Gardiner Street and No. 1 Pimlico, parish of St. Catherine, city of Dublin to ‘carry on business solely for the purpose of supplying to the poor, all or any manner of household supplies at such a price and no greater over and above the wholesale price as will cover rents and other costs of distribution’. In February 1925, the Dublin Food Supply Company was running a deficit and the falling off in trade due to the business depression resulted in the ceasing of operations in 1926.

Dublin Food Supply Society, 1916-1926

Minutes of meetings of Dublin Food Supply Society cont..

  • IE IJA J/9/6
  • File
  • 22 February 1918 – 22 April 1921
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Volume of minutes of committee meetings of the Dublin Food Supply Society (DFSS), a society with which Fr Thomas Finlay SJ was associated and whose object was the supply of cheap food to the poor of Dublin in difficulties due to either the Great War or the ‘local Irish situation’. Includes an explanatory note (n.d., 1p.) in an unidentified hand, which references typed history of Society by Michael Dillon, 8 March 1918.

Dublin Food Supply Society, 1916-1926

Typescript and handwritten copies of entries relating to Fr Hopkins in University College account books

Typescript and handwritten copies of entries relating to Fr Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ in University College account books made by Fr Peter Troddyn SJ:
– ‘Day Book I 1884 – 5, Aug. 28th ’84 to April 25 ’85’ (Summer 1968, 2 items, 1p. each);
– ‘Account Book 1885 – 91’ (1p.) and
– ‘Large Account Book 1883 – 91’ (1p.).
(See University College collection for original account books)

‘Mass Intention Book’ for St Ignatius, Galway

Ledger style notebooks with printed headings and tables and handwritten entries for Mass Intentions, St Ignatius, Galway. Divided by month. The tables detail those for whom the Masses are said; the priest who said the Masses in each case, the amount of money received, and remarks.

‘Record of 25 years of Weekly Offices etc…and some accounts’ at St Ignatius, Galway

Handwritten register of the dates, times and names of priest who offered Mass at St Ignatius Church, Galway. Includes accounts for St Ignatius Church, ‘received and payments’, which includes, for example, entries under the following headings; alms; stipends; collections; grants; cash for cheques; food; lights; travel; stationary.