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PROSECUTION OF MEMBERS. (PKR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) London, January 10. Q ? Brien ? addressing the Natipnal Lpague Convention at Kildare.

'■» the absent PJ Crime m Ireland was su.^ ... -./.Uflv of Mr Bal' defeating the coercive four. The Press comments on the immense riso m farming stock m Ireland. The railway receipts are also largely increasing. ' ' At the National League Convention at Kairarie, Wra O'Brien urged Ireland to employ the whole of her strength m resisting the Government. E. Harrington, who was sentenced to six months* imprisonment for roporting proceedings at a meeting of the National League, refused to submit to the prison regulations, and has had his moustache shaved off by force, after a violent resistance. J. P. Cox, member for East Clare, and D. Killbride, member for t-outh Derry, have been sommoned on a charge of inciting. T. J. Condon, member for East Tipperary and Mayor of Clonmel, on being cited on a charge of conspiracy, marched into Court m his official robes and took his seat on the Bench m the capacity of Mayor. «Tousancls of people lined the streets and crowded into Court. In consequence of the disorderly behaviour of the mob tho Court was cleared and the proceedings were adjourned for a week, London, January 11. Mr E. Harrington, who refuses to comply with the prison regulations, ' assorts that tho authorities have no ' right to submit him to tho indignities ! of a common malefactor,

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IRISH AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2035, 12 January 1889

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IRISH AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2035, 12 January 1889

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