THE IRISH DELEGATES.
«» l ° MR DILLON THREATENED. |* (PBB PRHSB ASSOCIATION.) (Reoeivad September 16, 2 p.m.) , MatiBOUBNB. September 16. '■ A man named Michael Walsh, prel sented a pistol at Mr John Dillon, Jf M.P., one of the Irish delegates, m the f . street yesterday. He was promptly c arrested when it was found that the >r weapon was not loaded. Walsh had d previously threatened Dillon. He states n that the Land|League owes him ;£aooo, , c the value of cattle distrained by his f landlord, the Marquis of Waterford, q and that he applied to Mr Dillon toe a the money but without success, c - ■ I, d Auokiakd, September 16 c Mr Dillon has written to the local rei- option oommittee that be will leave Sydnej i. by the American mail steamer on Ootobei y SO, and that he will speak at Auokland, >.a Napier, Wanganoi, Wellington, Ohrlatit obarobj Tinma, Oamara and Danedin. n ——————
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THE IRISH DELEGATES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2227, 16 September 1889
THE IRISH DELEGATES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2227, 16 September 1889
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