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28-Oct-1903Degree of Doctor of Laws publicly conferred by the Royal University on H.R.HI. the Duke of Connaught, and that of Doctor of Music on the Duchess of Connaught. 
28-Oct-1903The remains of the Rt.Hon. William Edward Hartpole Lecky, P.C., O.M. after cremation, deposited in the family vault at Mount Jerome Cemetery. Public funeral. 
26-Apr-1904Their Majesties King Edward VII, and Queen Alexandra arrived at Kingstown. Having received addresses from the principal Public Bodies in Ireland, they proceeded by rail to Nass, and Punchestown races. 
28-Apr-1904Their Majesties drove to Leinster Lawn, where the King laid the foundation stone of the new College of Science. 
30-Apr-1904May 3Their Majesties visited Kilkenny on April 30th and May 1st; Waterford and Lismore on May 2nd. On May 3rd they travelled from Lismore to Kingstown, where they embarked for Holyhead. 
5-May-1904Memorial to the members of the 74th Dublin Company of the Imperial Yeomanry who fell in recent war in South Africa unveiled by H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Ireland. The following are the names engraved on the memorial:-Hugh Talbot-Crosbie, Edward Deane- Freeman, Carl J. Greene, Samuel Spence, Ernest R McLean, Charles A. V. Bonynge, John Olliffe, R. C Brady, Charles Callis, James Carlyle, William C. Dawson, Robert Owen, Thomas Dowling, Walter D. Jeffares, Francis Knight, B. R. McElveen, Charles Mercier, Sutherland Pike, Alfred B. Smyly. 
21-Jul-1904Arrival in Dublin of His Eminence Cardinal Vincent Vanutelli, Papal Legate, on a special mission to Ireland to represent His Holiness, Pope Pius X., at the Consecration and reopening of St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh. 
27-Dec-1904The Irish National Theatre (The Abbey) opened 
24-Jan-1905H.R.H. the Prince of Wales arrived in Dublin, on his way to Ashford, Cong, to visit Lord Ardilaun. 
1-Feb-1905State ball at Dublin castle ijn honour of H.R.H. the Price of Wales. 

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