HC Deb 30 December 1912 vol 46 c42
87. Captain CRAIG

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he has been informed that on Saturday night, the 14th instant, shots were fired into the house of a man named Slattery, near Whitegate, county Clare; whether Slattery was wounded in the arm; and whether any arrests were made?


I am informed that on the date in question two shots were fired into the house of Mrs. Burke, near White-gate, breaking three panes of glass and slightly wounding James Slattery in the elbow. The police are continuing their inquiries, but so far have not obtained sufficient evidence to justify an arrest.