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ANOTHER MURDER IN DUBLIN. Another murder was perpetrated in I>nb!ra shortly after midnight on Monday.-In the Hovm of Com- mons en Tuesday night, Mr. Trevelvaa, the Irish Secretary, gave the following particulars respecting it "At 40 minutes past midnight two mea reported that they heard four shots fired in the direction of Savile-place, Dublin, somewhere at the back of the Custom-house Docks. They went in the direction from which the sounds proceeded and found a man on his hands and knees en the foot- way, apparently dead. He was taken to the hospital and was there pronounced to be dead by the doctor. Two gunshot wounds were found in his head and two in his body, and seven stabs were sim found over the heart. The shots must have been fired dose to the body, as the coat was singed. Some people living in the neighbourhood also heard the gunshots. Two respectably dressed men ran past a man who was near the scene of the murder at the time, and another man said that he saw three or five men running away. The body is that of a man named John Kenny. The deceased wore a belt, on the buckle of which was stamped God save Ireland' and a device represent- ing the sun bursting through clouds. The initials O'B.' and A. L.' were also stamped upon it, They are supposed to refer to O'Brien and L&rkin, two men 11 who were executed at Manchebb&r EjLe years ago." The Dublin Correspondent of The Times gives the f following details of the murder:— An altercation was heard in Seville-place, near tl arches under the Great Northern Railway. it attracted little attention at first, as it was rappo Jed to be merely a street brawl. Then a person pasr fog at a short distance heard a sound which seemed t "be the stroke of a stick, a voice exclaimed, "Oh, do 4't .« and immediately afterwards firearms were discb two or three times. One of the men was obser led to fall to the ground, and two others to runaway jje could not see them with sufficient distinctness to able to identify them. The shots were also heard b II other persons near the spot. Two men named Ed war d palais and Patrick Egan, who live in the neigh b carbood. hearing the shots, ran down to the pLa On coming within a few yards of the railway aen they found a man on his hands and knees. H z was un. able to speak and was bleeding freely. Lo fi!ring Kim in charge of one of the bystanders, Ennig e_ ncj Egan ran to the Summerhill police-station and 1 jgperted occurrence. All the available men at or 1C<3 hastened to the pi ace, and, procuring a car, remove d tiie body- for the man had died in the interval-tr t the nearest hospital, Jervis street, where they a, xived at one o'clock. He was a strongly built youn r maa, a little above the middle height, of the labou X&mg class, and rather poorly clad. The holes made by < ike bullets were easily discernible in his coat. The ed teS LsA a singed appearance, as though the revolver ha A been tired very close to him. He had also been woun fed with a knife He had on a leathern belt well w &tui a buckle having on it the words "G lid save Ireland" and a harp. There are bullet wou' ..ds -on the left side of the body, on the left shoulder, f And on the back of the head, Mid seven punctured on the left •ide 1 region of the hear* The deceased was identified in the hospital on Tues momLag by his wife as a labourer named John J Cenny, for some years in the employment of the Port- mod Docks Board. He was about 35 years of age, and leaves a wife and two children. He lived about a stone's throw from the scene of the murder. He had been a 8teadv and hard- working man. The place wh the rrurd|r was com. mitted is dark, even durir C the day time, and no more suitable place for such a crime could ha.ve been selected.

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