Dublin Metropolitan Police Telephone
Kilmainham Station of Origin Date 26 4 1916 Received at 6.30pm Sent at 6.31pm
From SS Griffin To Chief Comm.
Mrs Annie Jordan 49 Marrowbone Lane has reported here now that on 25th inst a man named Keogh 15 Dolphins Barn St conveyed two loads and on morning of 26 inst one load supposed ammunition from his residence into Jamesons Distillery said lane (Marrowbone Ln) also that J Doyle 97 Cork St and James Nolan 99 Cork St and Patrick Birmingham 1 Iveagh Terrace which is between 99 & 100 Cork St who are at present in distillery have a lot of arms in their […]. She is not quite sure that the information relative to arms applies to more than Birmingham and that a man named [James] of Reillys Ave Dolphies Barn Sth delivered a load of bread into the distillery on morning of 26 inst she has also given names of persons who she states are at present in the distillery and which are recorded here.
Copued to Under Sec sent by hand to Garrison Adj and conveyed by motor cyclist to Mil H Qrs.