Timothy Quill (9 May 1901 – 10 June 1960) was an Irish Labour Party politician, and a figure in the history of the cooperative movement in early to mid 20th-century Ireland. He was a founder of the Cork Co-operative Society (also serving as the society's secretary), and was the editor of 'The Cork Co-Operator' publication.
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- The real trouble is that money and money power now exceed their rightful use, to serve as a medium of exchange.
- The Cork Co-Operator (1939)
- Work but use your head as well as your hands, trust in God and He will never let you down.
- Views and Interviews (1955)