See WP Ryan, The Irish Literary Revival (1893): An Irish literary weekly, started in the early eighties, by the proprietor of the Freemans Journal. James Murphy, the novelist, was its first editor. It did much to encourage Irish writers, and for a long time was really racy of the soil.  And note that Rose Kavanagh succeeded Murphy as editor.
Ed. Father Moran; see AN Jeffares, W. B. Yeats: A New Life (1988), p.31.