HC Deb 09 January 1913 vol 46 c1356
28. Captain CRAIG

asked the Chief Secretary what steps the Attorney-General intends to take in respect of the persons charged at the Connaught Winter Assizes in connection with the Nationalist riots at Limerick on 10th October, 1912?


This matter is under the consideration of the Attorney-General.

29. Captain CRAIG

asked whether, on the early morning of Christmas Day, a large plate-glass window of the County Club at Limerick was smashed with stones; what is the estimated cost of the damage; and whether any persons have been arrested for the offence?


A plate-glass window in the porch of the County Club at Limerick was broken in the early morning on Christmas Day. The estimated cost of the damage done is £10, and a claim for compensation has been lodged. One arrest has been made. The act was one of wanton street rowdyism.