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FIGHT ON THE RIVER. .-

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FIGHT ON THE RIVER. -BAILIFFS AND POACHERS. ,'There has been a serious encounter between „,4gjghfc water bailiffs and sixteen men, believed j to be salmon poachers, on the River Lee, near -R!dH:Ojkt' The Wry is that the bailiffs, who were In I launch, had seized some drift nets on f/be Kiwshforooke side of the river, when four growmg boats put off from the opposite shore. ■When* within ten or fifteen yards of the fishery IA'UW'h the men in the boats are stated to have .,eommneed firing revolvers at the bailiffs. The fatter returned the fire, and for some minutes perfect fusillade was kept up. A number of assailants are stated to have jfeeen pounded, and the men rowed hastily ;Aw"v, The police were informed, and a young :imart named Fahy, who had in his possession a -,rtvi,jiver and bullets, was arrested. He was up at the Petty Sessions on Saturday, jttad charged with riotous and unlawful as- .vjNnobly. The magistrate refused to return jk?cused' for trial on the riotous charge, but on ,,h# charge of unlawful assembly he was bcund I .yer to keep the peace for twelve months. After the encounter two men were admitted ;J# Cork Union Hospital, one suffering from .it bullet, wound in the thigh and the ether a \:j¡vUt wound in the wrist. I

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