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POLICE & CORK

POLICE & CORK

TRAGEDY.
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BLANK PATROLBOOK

BLANK PATROLBOOK

COUNSEL AND BARRACK ORDERLY When the inquest on the late Lord Mayor of Cork was resumed yesterday evidence was given by policemen in explanation of the movements of members of the force in the various barracks on the night March 19-20. Oonst. Roche, orderly at Union Quay barrack
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A BLANK IN PATROL BOOK

A BLANK IN PATROL BOOK

Const. D. J. Roche, orderly at l'nwn Quay barrack, produced the diary, and said the strength of the forte at his barracks wag a bead-constable, It sergeants and constables. At the roll-call at. 10 plu. l l there were in attendance a bead-conetable. l memento and lit constables.
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONFIDENCE.

CONFIDENCE.

MOUNTJOY JAIL
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(By Ilimet:i

(By Ilimet:i

(By with " New York. Thursday. ham'. Rodman, Cotemauder-•rn- Chief of the Pacific Fleet, who commanded the C.B. battleship squadron with the Hu- GA Grand Fleet during the war. appeared yesterday, at his own requeKt before. the Senate Committee in Washington which is investigating
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STRIKE FEARS OF A TRAGEDY

STRIKE FEARS OF A TRAGEDY

BOY PRISONER TELLS OF HIS TREATMENT. This is the fifth day of the hunger strike of the political prisoners in Mountjoy, and the gravest fears are entertained lest a tragedy may ensue. The number of meu on strike is now stated to be about Stn. Messrs. E. Malone, A. O'Reilly. A. M
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
" TO HAND THIS FELLOW IN."

" TO HAND THIS FELLOW IN."

" They took on tha lorry to Portobello Barrack,, and after 23 minute. there I wee reword to a cell in the Bruclewell. A %ming mi:itary officer ga%e a clip of paper .rth my name and artorms on it to taw votive with the remark: ' I want to hmol tine fellow an here.' *•lto.h.ird ii
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLIES AND FRENC GOVERNMENT.

ALLIES AND FRENC GOVERNMENT.

ALL RESPONSIBILITY DISCLAIMED. did sot *ink that sufficient emu* arisen. It Vol , then dist the German Cw.- vent/seat asked lasts to egad troops totbo Ruhr region. and for moment IL ILL.. read essemed to be willing. Tao ides wore pat forward : (1). That it should be mode a eonsi
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH STATEMENT

BRITISH STATEMENT

SCENES OF BLOODSHED IN FRANKFORT.
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ALLIES AND GERMANY

THE ALLIES AND GERMANY

.. .oft Chrsiiiie.") The Cabinet yeatentay (sr,- the Diplomatic corrropondent of the Daily Chronicle considered the German situation in general and the French advance in particular. Nut only the Brti,h, hut the Italian, Belgian. and t.S.. I:overnments, ■re opposed to the policy
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland