THE PARNELL COMMISSION
I BY CLKOTRIO TELEGRAPH — COPY. BIO Kt] i _____ i_ (PBR PRBSS ASSOCIATION.) (Received February 6, 12.10 p.m.) ; Lomdon, February 5. ' The action m Scotland of Parnell v 1 the " Times " has been dismissed m favor of Mr "Walter, proprietor of the | " Times "on a technical point. ! Major Le Caron, a Feni an military > organißer, deposed before the Commis--1 sion that Egan said Parnell's party [ were revolutionists to the backbone, and they desired, but were not allowed to join i the Irish brotherhood, as Parnell thought the connection might destroy the useful - J nees of the party. Parnell told witness nothing but force of arms could bring redemption to Ireland, and he did not pee why an insurrection would not succeed if sufficient money and arms were obtained. They discussed the number of men and money requisite. BawPßa, Februory 6. A meeting of sympathisers with the Parnell question was held here last night, Mr Furlong m tbe chair There wa« a good attendance. Mr MoQolre moved, and Mf T. Hutchison seoonded, a motion m favor of Home Rule. — Carried. On the motion of Mr Barton, seconded by tbe Mayor, a subscription list was opened and over £50 subscribed In the room Mr Bollanoe had been invited but was unoble to be present. He wrote strongly sympathising with tbe objeot and wishing the meeting sucoess-
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THE PARNELL COMMISSION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889
THE PARNELL COMMISSION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889
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