THE IRISH TROUBLE. [BY TELEGRAPH—COPYRIGHT.]
Waikato Times, Volume XX, Issue 1687, 28 April 1883, Page 2
THE IRISH TROUBLE. [BY TELEGRA PH— CO P YRIGHT. ]
fnUUTKR'S TELEGRAMS.] Loxdoxj April 25. The jury in the case of Timothy Kelly, the thiicl of the Pluenix Park prisoner, bus been again unable to agree upon the verdict. The jury in the case of Timothy Kelly, one of the Phiunix Park murderers, have Leon discharged, being unable to agree upon a verdict. The trial of Michael Fagan, the fourth of the prisoners who have been committed for trial for the murder of Lord Ca endish and Mr Burke, commenced today. Another of the prisoners, Joseph Han- lon, has turned informer. New Yotik, April 25. Intelligence is to hand showing that the majoiity of the delegates to the Irish Convention, about to take place at Philadelphia, aic opposed to the use of dynamite in connection with the Irish agitation. Further sittings of the Irish Convention have taken place at Philadelphia. At the meeting to-day, Ttogney, one of the ptommciit delegates, stionyly urged tha Convention to adopt Mr I'ainclls programme, which he cu'ogiscd warmly.
[Roccned Apiil 27, 2 25 p m.J The Dynamite Conspirators. Londox, A pnl 2(5. The trial of tho dynamite conspirators is still proceeding at the Low-street Police (Joint. Evidence was given to-day pioving that YVhitehcad, the piopuetor of the Birmingham factory, had made enormous pin chases of acids to be used in tho manufacture of explosives. The Trial of Kelly. The juiy in the case of Timothy Kelly, one of the Phoenix Park prisoners, have re tued until Monday next to icconsidei the evidence, and liae not been discharged as prp iously stated.