The Irish Times, 17 January 1885
On Monday a violent assault was made upon Terence O'Neill, a Dublin baker, employed at Sir John Arnott's new bakery, Bedford row. . . . This is the fifth or sixth attack that has been made upon the staff employed at the new bakery. Shortly after the opening of the establishment Michael Ahern, foreman baker, and Patrick Toom, journeyman, natives of Cork, were walking down Bank place when they were attacked by about a dozen persons, knocked down, and beaten with sticks, the former being the more severely injured of the two.
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