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1-Apr-1901New branch line of railway from Kingsbridge to North Wall completed. Glasnevin and Drumcondra stations opened for traffic. 
16-Apr-1901Bronze statue of the late Right Hon. Lord Plunket, Archbishop of Dublin, from the studio of Hamo Thorneycroft, R.A., unveiled by His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant in Kildare- place. 
20-Aug-1901Pan Celtic Congress held in Dublin under the auspices of the Celtic Association . Inaugural ceremony y at the Mansion House. 
16-May-1902German Squadron, consisting of eight battleships, under the command of Prince Henry of Prussia, arrived in Dublin Bay, and anchored off the East Pier, Kingstown, 'till the 22nd. 
20-May-1902The "Roberts" House, in the Zoological Gardens, opened by His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. 
30-May-1902Graduates' Memorial Hall, Trinity College opened by His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. 
12-Aug-1902Departure of His Excellency Earl Cadogan, K.C. consequent on his resignation of the Viceroyalty. 
16-Aug-1902His Excellency the Earl of Dudley sworn in as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 
25-Sep-1902Public Entry of His Excellency the Earl of Dudley, as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 
26-Feb-190327One of the most severe gales recorded in Dublin occurred on the night of Thursday, 26th, and morning of the 27th February, causing great destruction to property in the city and to the trees in the Phoenix Park. The gale was widely extended, and caused serious damage in most parts of the British Islands. 

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