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It is alleged that it was intended to set fire to the Conservative Workmen's Club, and that a palliasse saturated with oil was being dragged along the street. Fortunately the doors were not forced, or dreadful results must have ensued. Crowds of men still fill the street, and great excitement prevails. The whole staff of the hospital is engaged in attending to the sufferers. A later telegram states that 25 persons were arrested in connection with the riots in Dublin last night, not all members of the Conser- vative Workmen's Club.
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