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The Meeting at TipPerary.

[per press association.]

London, May 26,

The police at Tipperary had their rifles ready in case they met with resistance.

Mr O'Brien advised the meeting to disperse, in order to aroid bloodshed.

Mr Deasy, speaking af Cork', said that, instead of detectives dogging their footsteps in Australia, they, on the contrary, bad police placed at their disposal. "' ; " .' ,

Mr Dillon, speaking at Tipperary, said the Australians would feel ashamed of themselves if they submitted to a meeting being " proclaimed " in the colonies. The soldiery were confined to their barracks. Messrs Dillon and O'Brien were banqueted in the evening.

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The Meeting at Tip- Perary., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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The Meeting at Tip- Perary. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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