At meeting of the Committee of the Croghan Co-operative and Dairy Society, Limited, held in Croghan on the 6th inst, the following resolution was proposed and unanimously passed the members. Proposed by Mr Merrick Lloyd, J P, and seconded by Mr George Anderson Resolved That we, the Committee of the Croghan Creamery, at this our first meeting since the lamented death of Very Rev Canon Nangle, PP one of its members, beg to express our deep regret, and to record our sense of the loss have sustained, and onr sincere sympathy with his relatives in their affliction Mr T A Cox, Hermitage, was kind enough to convey this message to deceased’s relatives. [Sligo Champion - 14 January 1899]
Irish Agricultural Organization Society December 13, 1911. (Copy)
Croghan Co-operative Agricultural Dairy Society, Ltd. Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Dec. 4, 1911
We, the Committee of the Croghan Co- operative Dairy Society. Ltd.. , hereby condemn in the strongest possible terms the recent action of the Council of Agriculture inrefusing a Departmental grant to the I.A.O. Society. Having had long experience of the Society’s work, we are convinced it has been of inestimable value to the farming classes of Ireland. We desire to see its work continued, and wo call upon our members of Parliament and all the Co-operative Dairy Societies to take the matter up and have the recent vote of the Council of Agriculture reversed.
The above was proposed by Bryan Teeny and seconded by Roger Sheils at our Committee meeting held on above date. The other members present were—J. M. Lloyd, D.L.; Rev. Mr. Sinclair, George Anderson, John Mullaney, J. F. Burne, and W. L. McEnery (Manager). [Dublin Daily Express - Thursday 14 December 1911]