100 Years Ago – 26 July 1922

26 July 1922

The Electricity Bill, which established the powers of electricity authorities to borrow money for the construction and operation of electricity generating and transmission systems, passed its third reading in the House of Commons.

Seven people were hurt following an ambush at Harcourt Street Station in Dublin by the Irregulars who had attempted to free seventy prisoners who had arrived by train.

The Bavarian Government rejected laws passed by the Reichstag for the protection of Germany.