|Newspaper Title||Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902)|
|Trove Title||O'Neil McDarragh, The Irish Detective; Or, The Strategy of a Brave man|
TWovctlit. O'Neil l'Darragh, TIL? IRISII DETECTIIE ; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. -- +.o*---* - By OLD SLEUTII. CIIAPTER VII.-(COONTInUD,) 0 Noil Mi'larragh overheard these remarks ,and a grim smile broke over his face as he morefully realised thaenkward crapo ho had .ot into. .U.s 3or It would not do for him. to beo arrested with such overwholming proofs of guilt upon l'm. Hiso predicament was the more ombarras. ring from the act tlhat he must maho his escape without any injury to his would-be uaptore. Had the three men been foes and guilty men thomselves, he would have given them battle at once, and have taken all the chancee. It was not the first timo he bad been cornered by men with arms in their hands ; and duringhis career he had fought some desperato battles against even greater odds than faced him at the moment in ques Lion.