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ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A BUILDING.

«. Arrest of the Supposed Culprits. [by cable.] London, June 10. . News has been received from Liverpool of a dastardly attempt to destroy the Town Hall in that city. An explosion occurred last night in the building, and caused some destruction in its neighborhood, but the evident attempt to blow up the hall was unsuccessful. It is supposed that dynamite was the explosive material used, and it is believed that it was laid by Fenians. The police have already arrested two armed American Irishmen on suspicion of being concerned in the outrage.

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ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A BUILDING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 368, 11 June 1881

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ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A BUILDING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 368, 11 June 1881

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