Ashburton Guardian Vol XXXVI I. 8441 5th May 1916 p5
ARRESTS PROCEEDING SATISFACTORILY.
(Per Press Association)
LONDON, May 4
An official communique says: “The situation in Ireland is quiet. Arrests of rebels and the collection of arms are proceeding satisfactorily.
“The police barracks at Oranmore were attacked, but resisted until they were relieved. The situation in the West Riding of Galway is under control, the rebels having been dispersed. The south part of Ireland is quiet.
Aliens are being refused entry into Ireland for the time being.”