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Before the " T'tces "-Parnell Commission ob Jqly 10. M' Davltt drew the attention of the ooart to what be considered a matter of moat ■erious importance. It was with reforenoe to a sensational story publUhed by an evening paper under the heading "The Dynamite Scare. 1 ' Some boxes had been placed m tbe vlcijfty of the coort wiib a view of showing how easily dis«fFeoted Irishmen might pl»ce dynamite machines and blow up the curt. Mr Davltt'o »pp Icatlon was that the person wbo placed the boxes and the writer of tbe article should be brought before their lordships. Blr Jajaes Manner* said that he did not see Anything oV jactionable m tbe article, and felt no appreheobion« As far as be could see the pliong of the boxes was a ellly hoax, Mr Davltt beoime 6ioited and said that the thlDg had been got up to tell against the Nationalists, and ha alleged that Le Oaron and Houston wore at the bottom of the »fhlr. Tbe president remtrked that Mr Davltt mußt prove that, and Mr Justice Smith Informed him that he had no right fo m»ke euoh a stutemen*. Sir Henry James said that Le Citron bad not been In Englecd for the last two days. The president, referring to Mr Davltt's angry and excised manner, said be regretted that he bad departed from his usual demeanour. X)a7ltt tald he felt very strongly upon the muter. The precldent said he could net understand that, but Mr Davitt must take the p'oprr oourse. Mr Houston, who was m Oour', desired iomske a statement contradloilrg Dbvltt, but the president deollncd to hear it. Subsequently Mr Hone* on was recalled, when ho bod an opportunity if deuyirjg this accusation. Sir Charles Buaeell orose-oxamlned M? Hcustcn, inquiring as to the books of tho Loyal and Patriotic Union. Mr Houeton said that the bookn might be placed a». the diepotal of their lordships, but that the Committee objected to their being examined by tbelr polltio»l opponents. Sir James Hannan eaid \h\i be could not see that they were oalltd upon to order the books to be produced. Sic Charles Russell and Mr Asqullh urged that (t was necessary to the purposes of the irqilry that these books should be Investigated. After the At-torney-General had briefly addressed the court the president said that the court was of opinion that the Inspection should not be granted. Sir Charles Raesell said that he had received written Instructions from Mr Parnell on this point, and with due deferenoe to the court, he bad to ooneult with bin elienti b&fote he decided on the course he would pursue. Messrs Farnell and Lewis then left the court and were followed by Sir Charles Kuieell. The court then adjourned.

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THE " TIMES "-PARNELL COMMISSION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2208, 24 August 1889

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THE " TIMES "-PARNELL COMMISSION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2208, 24 August 1889

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