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LODGE. There has been no further developments in the Phoenix Park tragedy, and the question military inquiry remains with higher command. The Park gates are now closed to the public from 4.45 till daylight. Some barbed wire entanglement, are being placed around the Viceregateoxl
"NO POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE." Mr. John Dillon. interviewed by a Press twociution special correspondent. said he had read the schism , at the Phoenix Park inquest carefully, but Mum' it so contradictory• that it war impuwible for hint or anyone else to corm an opinion on what had