This book offers a snapshot of life in County Wexford in the year 1900 through some of the articles which appeared in the newspapers either locally or nationally, or in some instances both.
It is the first in a series of books covering life in the county from 1900 up until the formation of the Irish State in 1922.
A great boating disaster in Wexford Harbour.
A case of fatal neglect between a doctor and a midwife.
The publicans, the police and the licensing act.
A schoolmaster and corporal punishment.
A fateful quarrel in Enniscorthy.