Interesting article by Christopher Lee here on an episode from the 1913 lockout.
'Shot down like a dog' The Finglas Riot of 1913 | The Irish Story
In North county Dublin, then all rural, the lockout affected a swathe of farming communities from Finglas to Swords. The ITGWU had organised a successful strike earlier in the year, raising the low wages of the agricultural workers there. The farmers (including IPP stalwarts the Kettle family) took the opportunity of the lockout to dismiss any worker who belonged the the ITGWU.
The article concerns a riot in Finglas village where a crowd a attempted to attack a 'scab' in a local pub and was fired on by the police. A 17 year old boy was shot in the back and badly injured. The police were cleared of all wrong-doing.