HOME RULE CRISIS.
MORE ARMS LANDED, TROOPS FIRE ON CROWD. London, July 27. On Sunday morning a yacht; landed 2500 rifles and 170,000 rounds of am munitiou at Howth, a fishing village near Dublin, the Nationalist volun fceers meanwhile cutting the telegraph wires and Btopping communication with Dublin. A motor car was used to convey the arms to the interior.
The police and Scottish Borderers wont; to Howfih in ths afternoon and seized 100 viflea. When returning to Dublin, a crowd of youths followed, stoning and boohing the troop 3 and cheering Mr Redmond.
The troops fired several volleys killing three and wounding forty, some mortally. The wounded included women and children.
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HOME RULE CRISIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914
HOME RULE CRISIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914
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