Dublin Metropolitan Police Telephone
Kilmainham Station of Origin Date 28 4 1916 Received at 6.45pm Sent at 6.50pm
From SS Waugh to Garrison Adjt.
Mrs Keogh 33 Kellys Cottages James Steet, soliders wife has stated here now that at 11am today, she saw two paupers of the South Dublin Union take a large sack of bread from the Union into Burkes Publichouse opposite the Union for the use she believes of the Sinn Feiners shots were fired from Burkes publichouse during the night and she believes Sinn Feiners are hiding there, a man named Hardiman who lives a few doors from Burkes is also believed to be hiding armed Sinn Feiners.
Copy to Under Secretary
Sent by hand to Garrison Adjutant at 7pm