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H. L. Meadows

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1904 MEADOWS, H. L., Ballyrane, Killineck, Co. Wexford. Is Clerk of the Crown and Peace for County Wexford. Cars: 2.75-h.p. Ormonde bicycle, 3.5-h.p. Benz phaeton. 6-h.p. de Dion voiturette, 12-h.p. de Dion. Total distance travelled since becoming a motorist: About 11,500 miles. Hobbies: Motoring, yachting; at one time owned racing yachts Tartar and Giroutette, both of which some years ago carried winning flags at regattas at Kingstown, Howth, Dalkev, etc.; has replaced the above boats with the steam launches Olivana (17 tons) and Wildfire (45 tons). [1]

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  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904