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In a tragic turn of events, Mr Moore, an esteemed auditor from Limerick district for the Great Southern and Western Railway system, met his untimely demise amidst the unrest in Dublin. The incident, which occurred at a house in Fairview, has left the community in deep sorrow and mourning.

Mr Moore’s journey to Dublin began innocently enough, as he embarked on a short holiday to Belfast just before Easter. However, upon his return the following Monday evening, the escalating disturbances in Dublin prompted him to seek refuge at the residence of a friend in Fairview.

Unfortunately, on the night of Wednesday, while the area was rife with sniping, tragedy struck. A stray bullet pierced the hall of the house, tragically finding its mark in Mr Moore’s heart, resulting in fatal consequences.

The news of Mr Moore’s death has sent shockwaves through Limerick and beyond, as colleagues, friends, and acquaintances grapple with the loss of a respected figure in the community. His dedication to his work and his warm personality had endeared him to many, making his sudden passing all the more difficult to comprehend.

Authorities have launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mr Moore’s death, aiming to shed light on the events leading up to the tragic incident. Questions linger about the safety measures in place during such tumultuous times and the responsibility of ensuring the protection of civilians.

Expressions of sympathy and condolences have poured in from various quarters, reflecting the widespread impact of Mr Moore’s passing. From heartfelt tributes in local newspapers to solemn gatherings in his memory, the community has come together to honour his legacy and support his bereaved family.

As the investigation progresses, there is a collective hope for justice and accountability, not only for Mr Moore but also for the countless others who have been affected by the unrest in Dublin. In the midst of grief and sorrow, there is a determination to remember Mr Moore not for the tragic circumstances of his death but for the positive impact he had on those around him during his life.

Dublin Daily Express – Tuesday 09 May 1916