A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF‘ IRISH
INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE:
AND THE INTERESTS
IRISH RACE .
Vol. II, No. 46.
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NEN" YORK. NOV I905.
GREAT MEETING IN THE COOPER INSTITUTE.
Vigorous and Timely Protest Against the Unwritten
Anglo-American Alliance Which the British
Fleet Has Come Here to Proclaim-Speeches
and Resolutions Voice the Good Old
American Doctrine-A Most Representa-
tive and Enthusiastic Gathering.
ld cooper lnsliiuie never witnessed a them the roost sisuilicant leaiure oi it. The
nner meeting than that held uiitler the ausr i new: of mm nu-cling will rent c
pices of the United Irish-American Socie-1"" of lfldh and cannot fall lo act a: a
“ sirirng siiiuulus to.rhe Switllewlii ninyeiueni
i now steadily loiuning up ns a menace to
es on Thursday evening. Nuvculber o, to
‘ a American alliance
protest against the Angl e “m h
The great success oi tho meeting was all A g
the more r rltable hecause oi the tract lit‘ and lhelr vme delighted wllh the -new
dirt the le hnd ot yet recuvcrcd irons - l
the e ects of the most exciting election tho e ‘was not a note of dissent iroin
h a n
HON. VICTOR J. DOWLING.
enrnesiness oi the crowd The most strikr
ing incident or the me Mn:
or "The StarrSp:lllgIed Baltltt-r"7the un-
niulilated version, with the tlltl iliird verse
o success iron. eyery point or view and in
no respect was it more reniarlralile than in
wide ouhles was pointed out with Ilnmisr g .
lalalile clearness and nierciless logic, er at the ho. h d Iv:r,‘M cmIlIIl=heBraIudk
while the audience was in Irish. “‘"V‘ W‘ “"‘ "" '""
nce, having vented its ieelinss. sat down to
at ihe l Iirarilr stoclr, sever Kniclce "5"" W W‘ 5”“ "‘
ltoclters, a c ideralrle nurnher or German
m w an-to v JUDGE nowhmlils ADDRESS.
cltize of v: us raclal origin But
no t.,.i., site... he meeiiiigw in The Case Against an Anglo-
vr nce oi or past ltnlians or the Amanca" Amance Clear”,
educated class, re r ntms sew r-l elem"
3 the popiil on of England's great Eastern stated.
ellenden - n r us , . .
,5 “L M“ 3 In 5‘ Wmm 5,3,, g in introducing the chairman, Mr. Juhn
the limes to sce those natives In i sil- Quinn sai : y '
this anion a crowd i lrlshnien, and stil Ladies and Gentlemen-This meeting. as
more siiznrriea i to hud th in sian ‘-it up l understand, s he ii on dlfor ihepur.
Ind joining with enthusisstn in the chorus [lose or rsseriirni a great historical, aiio al,
of “The star-Spangled Banner," wit an America traditio :and I = “M ‘‘'"l.‘"
lrish papgr containing the words in their rid the very lzreat personal iileisure ol in
hand,‘ reducing is the air a oi the rneetin
Foil - t h E i'lns th > V.
‘"1-vs :Tiil"fre.r‘eepIrI:er"i'tainelislr‘.)Pit-lIhal:;, Mr. d DowIlng,- who iilasnrrceted Ilth
warn. applause. said: - M 1'
ladies and Gentlemen-l reel lug y on-
u- from oi the speakers, where they could
hear lielter. it was their hrst experience oi
in A.-.-er-'crn rr-eetii: ‘lid the rest llial it
‘=5 “'“l?05e<I lorgcly uf lrislinien was ta
iiierican societies - y ilyvvy
vorli, has nothing which is tlislinclive or
we have nu hull Ii) find with anyone. In:
those agents or the llriiish lntlrtrllllltnl who
it its cliaracterisiics. tlmepllnu in in
eniiiiicriis oi all lovers
oi ire isiiiuiioiii on I siriecre Amcnr MT‘: to impress this view upon the world
e.in. to protest (A)..1ll‘l5l wh t we lielieye Io‘ 'lli.i i-lair oi the Iitltlhh ileei it not one oi ii
I) ii niieiiipi, l. iiisidioiis, iinderhond niiint ‘ii-iileiiis intended to convey l
iuei s, U crrdtz s lilac hi-hlal 1. Am in
iipreasion ‘ luuiinriiiir the I'll4'<‘.l[:(‘ i oi .
i e nnrl yoptii. either It) ripen ireiiy or by secret
ilcset-ride ' t nrteriiiciii, are an a llani-e ottetiiiyc
nnil n vinya coricitrreiit at to what on ile is the rest oi the world
shn tl ir
h lE]llAgn.4III to eiery irue
.Aiiierit-nii tiles oi tttiyernttienl. hostile to
the Itcrwht it! thilt land Against this pritpirslllilll, rrpuwiant to our
inreisihe .i d
llui this nioyeuicni goes I56’ rvrry ninioii vilhlrtl the lsiherr or this couii-
gilt. o a point where, Irish I niiierioineil ni our iuiure ioreign pnliey,
o uniioii like this. their we jtrttlrxl no
Vi iiutsi VEIIElH(II y.
Mir ore lhii-e alone til-lo are or lrish exv
Lllll(rI1Il’II with lhii. ,.ro,iiisliiori.
yicws or home point) are lhe expression ii
the views of sincere nirii ulln with re l IY.I(lllVII
HON.CHARLES A. TOWNE.
gret the possibility that what has failed to our German irienrls, our irienils oi German
be accomplished during the post Iew years crude and Ie roe it can trace
by ’ v rclr their ancestry (0 ma y generations in
' this con ‘n I t, every lover of free -
iiitutrons irwii ii in-t ‘ ivrotesr. xrls
not we nt Ave u meeting
3‘ ix: Ail at n to
or this ltiiid held in this great city in the
iudgnierir oi those men, isianr oi then: iin.
ererln act, 1 may credit ill of then with
hcing sincere-vwho see no hope or this
ellevc that the future oI II'lIl coun-
try can he irauielii with good to our people-
WE WANT NI] ALLNlNBE WITH ENGLAND
Resolutions Adopted at the Great Cooper Institutej
Meeting, Thursday Evening, November 9.
the press I: to why is meeting was lo he held
we, citlzriis oi New York, ussciiltiled in mass meeting in the Cooper liitlilute on
the occasion oil : visit of a squadron of British warships In our harbor. call lhe xt-
ienlion oi our icllow-citizens to thc iollowing iacls in conricciion therewith:
Fl T-Tin: British Iquadron arrived here on the Innivtrnary ol the birthday oi
i England. who mode the British Admiral the bearer oi a special
e visit of the harsh
ice or undcrslilnillng. coininiiliiig the United slates lo the
it personally urging on hl. Delcusse, the Foreign
. r: appliy retired Irulll nliice, a policy leading directly to wnr
with Germany during the recent ilirlerenccs over hlorocco and lnzlting
l:lr)' sullburt n ll‘Il he is nutorlnu y una e to l, demonstrates that he is a distiiroer
e worlds peace, and eniphnsires the slnisi.-r ohiect oi the present naval dcmonltrar
THIRD’!-.iiirland's alliance with Japan guarantees Iarunese sid Ia enable her to ;
hold India in lIlIli('tIIOiI, and she seeks American help to keep Ireland and south Africa
dawn. American h '
u war l at would he disaiitroiis to hits
irrnveel peril to the United Slates.
resist to I e death a
‘ ‘ I any ioreign power, except through
expressly provided in the consriiiiiion, and we.p ge our energe -c
- ' niingling Alliance." which George wa
under I e nenccnt inlluerlce
on enrih, needing no ioreign aid to protect its
Repuo e as heoome the isreaiest power
interests and sniply role to deicnd theni.
roiest against the extension or social
courtesizs to A distinguished Inrcigner visit-
ing our s o question which ad.
iind by III
people, regardless or the home land af their
. Iorrlatheu-o v in so tar II we are true
dresses itself to our consideraunn is beyond to he niission connded to us by ih re who
nd ii . x it ndations oi lhii governrnent;
ii ha ml; as it may he. oi the gentleman vie are particularly siruclt with this tu-
wh vis‘ we have hose o us who have ish hlood
we have no oh to exten r v inn-A n consider past his-
uch soci urtesy rs nybody may choose tnry or Engli h rule throughout the world ,
to show uesi realise that never yet did England nialte l
III nllisrice, open or reore
nation save to serve English interests.
clsnger to the peace oi the world And an w‘“ " ““""'"‘ “'"""“
men or insecurity to the iuture ol our While European naliam may c
rsiir or .t woiii.p.wior SCIIIIII-s
The visit or the British ileet st lhii time
is not a mere acci cut. it is part oi s
scheme, worldwide in ‘
to impress upon the chuucellerici oi Euroive
as well as uhiin the public sticntion or the
civilised world IIIII there has been Iccalnr or o
plished hy hacli-slalri methods what has iiiihoiit our help or intervention. we be
tailed to he accomplished by direct inethoils.
an alliance hetwcen England sud Americn.
(Conmioi-ti on pop 5.)
at. I mean the whole American ‘ or
any other i '"
BATTENBERG GETS ii POPULAR. WELGONIE
New York Officials Coldly Polite, No Flags on the
City Hall. No Military Parade and the People
lndifferent- The Only Reception
the Navy and the British Societies-The
Anglomaniacs Rave and Admirals
Talk Reckless Rot.
s irlinipse oi Ilir p...inl
..luanie.i, inr the .il.i.n rrz
their orders snil orero..rte.l copy-render!
orczslonaily let some llllrlrth rsctivt l
rn owl rIr.lI of this rtrcurrcd III III!
Yqtdlls o I e fIc'l‘e[)tli)lI to the
it t e . N, the liesl rrliiesl of all the mo-
lrilish orualm a ' n iiisiniice oi ihi
occurred. en llniienlierg and hi nail
nrriied at the L-iy llill. he wnr, .u usual,
uni then ii-illred stllhy ioward the enemy.
lllch nred s mine He no d at the
.r I'llS eirriage io tlialre hands with
relosdi.-d, ired again. Tll glith on
the pavement cheered again and waved their
t'rupn Jaclii, and the Prince -so on to
i this little scene was nI.1gniEEd hy
innri oi the other papers inio '
tic welcome ’
(‘.AIlIA'LI urns: the A sum.
Nu l'0l'L'LAl unions.
rl the Dhotokrallherli who
r I '
xii s tier oi iact, neither the city of
ew York omcrnlly rior ih ple undi-
iiiially-, gave the B its oihcers
ni niaci, ho have inllu tc iih th
people and a le physically, mentally
and morally rotten linndred '
inosr oi the le were unrrly indinerent.
it epi a o the spec acle p eiued oy the
izr at izai warship.-. ultcrially oh
[hey were vllunlmaled at night. In the lil-
n was correct. iinzt dcscrip
lion or Whit Il)(II( place inside the city Hall
e of p
Q me x
. ' "3
be in Iln lth
At - rt
uilu.r crinrin-o At’ nut (mt mu.
"Sir F anilersou iniroilueed the
Mayor." says the Sim: report
‘‘‘I an r t
so o he late,‘ said Admin!
Prince Ixluist-he is to be nddnssed ls
' or norInou$' rrinee Louis lxlrayed the
remnants oi I rrmarl accent.
“The Mayor had not oeen Uwu ed at an.
“lould the Atll Ia Imve I llcrtt? They neiltr
ed themselves on . sofa. ihereiore. the Ade
nlirzl resting I! hand: an Ilia sword hilt,
,,‘ the Mayor huinnng his crossed lrneen in.
inrinally, srid chnlled shou nothing in pir-
llcuhr ior lhroe iiiiniiles by the clock.
"Then Prince Louis arose, hupcd he
c the honor
outs elaned s little when he saw them.
ter case the prolarilish IVntId thought it
ncces ry esplnin the complete sheen
K0 niriosit coup l'AlItBSw
still more signilieant iari was the atv
senc a arade oi the National Guard.
Corcurari and the P
gal . Even the puhlicniio
tr e ream captain, who is o ltepuhlie
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