Guardian, 4 January 1893
More shooting outrages are reported. A farmer named John Ahern, living near Macroom, in county Cork, was shot at last week by his cousin, Eugene Ahern, though fortunately without injury ; and from the Tulla district, in County Clare, a man in disguise is said to have entered the house on Saturday night of the Misses Burke Browne, daughters of the late Mr. C. Burke Browne, J.P., and fired one shot across the kitchen, where the ladies happened to be, and three more up at the ceiling, and subsequently one more directly at one of the ladies, though luckily without hitting her.
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