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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII, No. 17, April 24, 1915, Whole Number 606.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII, No. 17, April 24, 1915, Whole Number 606.
11 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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vol. XIL, No. 17. Whole No. 606. NEW YORK, APRIL 24, 1915. it JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE or 1111811 INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS or TEL‘ IRISH RACE. . Eglan-IQ: neawvG<hn a.arr.v.nrs.l. ml. at or. want one an ‘In .. ,b. isuadarmamor t....rr-an at Iuchl. Ir: PRICE FIVE GENTS. Tried Under The Defence Ill The liedlln JOHN llE(lAllTY ACQUITTED BY DUBLIN JURY , h 551. 0l'l’Tl1B Charge Of llaling Dynaniile And Fuses In It Ilooni-Tiinolhy llealy llefending llilli Says Ireland ls With England In The War And Sneers At The “Antics” Oi Sir lioger'C:Ise< nleni lu lie -Kidnapped from Ellniscorihy. The Judge Rules lle Was “ Fonnil " ll! Dublin And ls Therefore llntler Colin‘: Jnrisiliciion-To Be Tried on Anoiher Charge And - Will Probably Ile Convicted. lohn siegsrty or Cork, who was re- s tlv arrested in Enniscortny a hi. 2 3 .. The lollowlug repore is modo up iron the Dublin papers: ' grhe commission opened on April It and the tollowing were sworn n a Grant‘! .lury, and later found an Indict- ment Slalnsl I-legart : ‘ Richard Wail (foreman). William mlri Hopkins, Hush Kavanagh. Thomas Philip iiioaglier, Francis wallen, Lee. as . Laurence Dayle. iliohsel ilornn, Thomas Lee, Robert strahan, Mic oi Brungian. Patrick - uilasher . D as . in addressing the Grand Jury Judge o the absence tha city. said: "He Iintierstomi, however, in another case, having no connection whatever uiti. the city or Dublin. the crown, nndtil’ slplutnry Iuiharity. here ifllding land they would coma as trlenda and to u end to icngliah rule, nndranponb lug to tha Irish penple to assist tits German troops, who would pay ior all stored, corn, t>Ie,, taken by them. "It those rat-ts were oaiahlishod the charges ioundsd on them nrosa out or tns Regulations 27, 3:4. 4! and 49 pub- lished under the Act. "Under Regulation 21 it was provided that my perbvn spreading inlsa news by '9 oilenco under the reitulationa. Tho accused. Hogan)’, was indicted unikr that provision. --Resolution son -without 3.1 provided that no par- writton authority aha ed area he in possession or explosive substances in quanllxle: ere cesdlng than required ror a particular business or occupation. Regulation as provided ior the case or any persons who harbored, aided or ahotted any per- son whom be new to have acted in con- travention ol the regulations section ed a duty on all persons who good reason to hslievo, at tho exist the Act to give iniormution oz tho last. “Four bills would be sent up to the Grand Jury in connection with those urges. . "'.i'he indictment against iicgarty was the city or Diihlln, and whelhar tha ' in "IL I Ihry I houses or their own or in iodrting houses, and thut ho had a bi t hrlug t in here to o t proper rustody heiora him, and should 2 triad by a jury or use City of Dulllln. run in . . The accused wero then tormally Inr I‘ E s ho nelshborhancl south Eastern Rnllway. They wero iurther Indicted tor hav- ing hurl in tliolr possession grlatlno and other ex;-Ilotslvrii. 7 or. they “(Me Indicted ior luv- oi the urn nrllitary authority. A iurthrr indirtmcut charged the Ir‘- cusod with having, at Fem . statement and issued ritten n or dlsalleotiou to ill: iiuissiy tho Ieinlz. is rniinlry, and that any stores, aux, taken by the Germans would ho paid ior. The accused were also charged with at guilt hand as they did not loin in their (‘liar lenses they Wrrestried separately. The mural John llrgarty was than proceed, with and dairies iaolger was put hack tor the presrnt. , rm: our stroax. The following jurors were rn-orn- P. hl'AIIley (loreman), Fnuick owens, John !ll'Chi1e. Gaorxs Heron. John Rsardon. Patrick Conwhy, Joacnh Flanagan. vim-out .1. Lswlo Thomas Belnie. James Dalton. cbristophcr smith and Edwhrrl J. Burke. IIFIJARTY 1lilIZn OS on l‘IlAlil.lI'.. The lrullctrnont was tht-It nail out - A s . .... .. “,3 1 o... no. st. 8. 3 o The amused were lwo men mulled lies- so that the evidence in the eueo would be given for the iirst time before the Grand Jury. ,-‘in November last. after the win’ of the War." tonilnlled his an El lo I! In s h . y Irgre t-rested. until very extensive l>oWzfS worn conlsrred upon the military an. thoritlcs. - i“TliIt Act or 1914, however, under- Anreudins Act and speedy trial The one ' were cunimlttetl in the we ate my In the house at a man n Iary. and that the poll“ ' a parcel or geiatluo dynamite. a hair yards or ruse. l193'C"5“"“ ““” and other matters. “it as nl d on M crown that In another room was ion - no. a Gerlllali oi.- ta quantity 0‘ 9‘!‘"“‘‘‘‘“ pamphlets and lltaraturo. it was also alleged that s noilcs was round In 1119 handwriting, oi I-iessrty stating 11”‘ when the German Army landed in ire- iile hall. of tho ' haseil o tios in.his handwriting dll 'il‘t1 ‘ ifuil. The other indictments urs agutnst both striations -PRISONKRN PLACED ozv TRIAL. on the rollowius day. (April 9) John Hegnrtrniir) Jsnieh Bolger woro gr- ' AllnrliPy>GElI- Mr. J. E. c.. an . . . A. nearden tlnstructod by the chic: crown Solicitor) represented tho crown. iir. T. M. I-ioaiy. K.c.. iii. P,, and Mr. charles Power iiustructod b Mr. James Brady. snlicllar) clo- tended. Mr. llealy said before the prisoners wers arrslxnod he win ed in take excelr tlon to his lordsllllfd jurisdiction by their being t ed in that v il Ilzireaelry. he would move to quash the indictment. iir. Jlistlce Kei'InY‘Ia this the proiler time to raise It? Mr. I-iraly said it was a matter to he raised ht-Iora the prisoners "ere "- raigne it there was no iurls ' to try ihr. prisoners there was no juris- iilrtion to nrrhlgll them. Col.IIiIinl,went on to contend that the conrtnlssion was b submitted, in Viaw of the of jurlsrlirtloli, that the indictment should no qilashed. ' The Allo rne)‘rGenPrhl. in reply. linin- m fore the mud. in order t lhnuld be speady the prisoners wail now being arraigned. MI. HIZALVS REPLY. iir. ideally, in reply. slid hi! fllellls were entitled to get a civil cl P. civil iustioe, martial law have :1!‘ [ill ih use p, or we = "I E q rl ill The ll provided tho ronrt so ordered. and the Coll": WM‘! OTIEII [0 l 1 ti t purpose when the Amend- ml or m in view or nil tho 1 t: .rt-poi; arms A um. Mr Justice Kenny said "U'1'"“Y "W ’ iacludlus the two , genres hull been creel: n“ml2["!;oaqIlIeen:loci"I whirl. us an to Nu- m,. was whether the olrencss which :1“, ,“..,.n ngainat the prisoners were i ha deemed to have been committed in . o v I l . s my the ‘possession or exltlosire. ruse. Ind detonators. g.atlue. dynamite. em. on tho date mcntlonod. without the per- mission o a competent military au- thority. ‘ Tho Attornny General opened the cans for the llrost-option. , Panel: ih'si>a:crole's EVIDENCE. District inspector licsart oi the Roy-ni lrltm Callsiahlilary, in reply to Powell. KC raid that on tho moniv lng or irehruary It last he went, with some poilco ronstahles. to a house in New street. rlnn mrt in n rront ion hsdroorn upstairs law two nu-n in bed. one or them was John Iissariy, the prisoner. I told him I had to larri-lit him tor writing and publlslrlnir certain seditious nolirna warning pt-oltlo not to obty the Kings commands and not to leave tholr homan should the Germans come. Prisoner salted him warrant. and its replied that ho had. and nlterwards hs produced it and road portions or it and directed him to on-as hlinsalr. Ila did so. and witness hanrlod him orcr to tho polire. nld you search the room Tu. R gar was in bv-ri will. lie, rts, and wit- ness. on searching, round in tho room a small brown paper psrrol on a stretcher tins dynamite. table ha fmlml about throa and a halt yards oi hlnailnp toss and nneeu por- cussion caps. - mu ‘H’ up Inn Iloor its or Ienneta nnd o on s or round tour largo parcels sedition: literature. About what quantity! Not less than a thousand. Ml‘. I-Ieuiy ohilideii tllll the tunlenin of these docllmenis could not ho Pyl- li rt. Powell said he did not Pill them it read. He only meant to read the headlnga. . us Kcuuy-They might bu‘: been ihkui irorn the daily papers. . Pu - m0Iae osttet was head : “German! Int! Ireland." and- . iienlr-i am told this is inhen train the party chronicle. I withdraw my oblootlon. . . James Frail!-Avid Tlmu also. iir. row-oil raid ha relied on portions oi the Ieallet. Mr. IlehlY‘lla Ihinhs sir Roger casemcnt too ridiculous (a laugh).- MI‘. Powellvl do, but other pcopla E the Irish don't. - E‘oIIllilI.Il rrntl ills leaflet. Mr. Heal)’. K. C9” is right ll) menr them over to the pollen. .He knew Mr. ATLUCKY ORANGE PRINTER. Belfast Mill: Brings Out. the “Irinli Volunteer” and Refuses to Be Terrorizod-Recruiting in Ireland Has Become a Roar- 'll1g Pdrcemonly Elgllt Re- cruits in One Week at Dulllitl Headquarters - Foul-Motitlietl Unionist Llhollel" of Ireland Trotter] Out on Cllief Speaker at a Frosty Meeting in Bereiie lord Place my suhniarino I-:rprnssl DUBLIN. April sending Fall that list of Irish rir-llsnuprrl suppres- EQJ h)’ the Ililllblh Gorernmull I lu- rllided [he nlnlt‘ nf [ht Irllli I'olInI!ri‘r. ‘edited by main hlorxrlll, r.I.A., (‘bhlrr man or iha lriah Viiliimt-er organiz.-tlon. Qvlri onre rnor tho form or its (‘Mill ours will. i am rt b reruilnt ha or hrirt durnt on bad alien-vdod in terrorislun all tho nubiiu Ilrlnlt-rti on lost. none would dart to print lilo’ I olnnmr or In)‘ oiht-r National lournnl, liin volunirt-rs went their position, and dospits the incl that he who told by the Volunteer: and by some or hln'ovl'u trlendr that he at running grave r ho printed the tor the wool; ending March :0. immediately tho nopor appeared with his name all I! no printer. rounding olllror or tho Forces in ire slur-General Hill. sent military and police officer: to him to ex atuluie with (or nldins ,-,.. c result of the threats was to make the sorts ol rumors (out no action the lulllorlllou intend taking, nothing dellillie has trlniinlred up to ii To Judge by tho Irantic rats at which tho rot-rultins runillalkn is being punhnd nnu rorner or Ireland. I I856 to village at vi’hlrlI'li'Id [lira Iliil. lo 0l’(l0l>K Irolll Chief Rcrrulb in E. Rrdmnnd. M. . Aonulur. Prime inn. 3 use hi ht-HI! math for "fzlhollt." Belr giuni In induce the young (SHOWS to don the "Bloody Red." -rhs other day a tow members or tho rccrlillln llrlshdo had the lH’l]'lI.Idln(‘6 in invade even Jlni Llrkln'a llronghtllil, nereslord Illa.-o, the arena or so manr grant nmctln on rcrrultlux lheeilnx was hnlrl and nllaplros or tho rnunrr lreland Branrh of the U. l. L The “Young lrelalldt-ni" selected as Chairman or this meeting it man named S. W. Muldurk. I promin- ent member or the Irish tnloriist Alli- ariro and a bitter opponent oi Irish Nn. tlonallsrn. This "dirty bird" has been in the habit or going over to England south of Ireland, and all (or a Inlserr not 23 3:. or .. or day. oar this ioul crcsiuro mouthing about catholic laeiglun. and see him weep crocodile tears tor the suilcrings poor p s and nuns would in rat laugh. or cnilriie. this meeting. like Dracu- r-ally all ths others being held last now, or a an absolute tailors as tar as s ' lating recruiting is concerned. has already swept the creme dc to would or acumdom out oi: raland Into her army or hsroic lighters tor civilization. Tito man who remain a e no“ n be raught In her not. either by caiolary or o( llaa aka a r lkhl (or her olvpreesor through lhs velitilrlas. -, . ' lhu inul number of enlist- ment: at liin llnlnllal omrea wlllr-h the Iliihorlilen ham our all In Grnlion 1 root, was it -tbs nut in r or r again. Why. tho army aulhoriliea must reel fairly sick or tbs bargain they hay. (continued on Page 5.) (Conimued on Pnua 5.) RED.ll0ND’S VOLUNTEER REVIEW A BAD FIASCQ llliiil Advices from Ireland Show Thai Cdllled Reports lirossly Exaggerated The llliln bcr Oi lllcli And lllisreprescnlcd The Cllardcier Of The Denionslrdiion-0nly About l0,lll.'0 in Lille, Wiihon! Organization, Drill Or Discipline, Add Ranks filled With Non-Member!-Not lel'ieI'ed In The Phoenix Park And The March Past In 0‘C4lnIIcll Street Was A FlTOc'll Was A Pol cal Parade Which Demonstrated llednitlhd's Waning Influence This grand review at the Redrnondlte Voluliieeu in Dublin, oi which the cable brought about’ by n lnrlsh expenditure money, free exmirrillm llcltein lo and Iron. the ranlllll and tree r rorps w supnlernrnlrd. as we rts or moorings throughout the mlinlry, by the addition at drlllod and llnenrollt-a men who pond ms volunteers Iur tho oroulori. or them bring old men and a canal ohlo mbrr :1. rhry were men ocrai.-ii lrzanirationn As a military disp , it was a ram and as a politlrsl or-monstratlon it was a revelation or ths waning potter oi the Redmondlle ne. Thu cabin delrnllchcd giving the num- ber or men I II c as .5.ooo were gross exasxcrlllnna lnieiitlrd ior etloct c an the Iimirtl lies mailed to irclaud mlznlirlnk litils meetings In small it n Arnorlrn, or inventing Kalherll-Igs that hava not uken place all ara ior Mind in Ireland. ' rvrrnrnn and Independent at iulaonre putts or the display. but a careiul reading or even there mislead. D0 E‘ l 5 will rvvc I tacit. Idmllalunh or t least partial lallure The pin i at is pri ted only in the Tory Irish Ttmrr and wlllinrn o'nrion's corle rm r r o no rolillnizent in the parade that morrhrd as well or looked r Neill volunteers in Cork on st. Pai- riohh my. ar in nublin on the occasion oi the Volunteer Convention. ‘ The caiirue, no Irish crowd at homo or.abroud that nu not a large military element in iiegnod raw mn- Vlnradr-. was mrrilr. military skill in to and] pi: o correspondent oi tho canuiinlption In Amcr hens I-tux ll.ooo na- The reports in the Freeman and In- drpcwdrnt or April 5 hrs worthless: tho exaggeration is apparent in every lint-. I-Id, Iii In Ill ullrh runs, blimderlng Irlmlsslnnn are mhlin Ihll-[I live an-5)’ the lturposo oi nlhltlnlz a huge mountain Bulb papers are loyal to the King or England and as mite ravor uf recruiting ror the British army as John Redmond. Hero is where we miss sinn Print, 1 in frvrdnm. the mar. liorl. re daily). and other suppressed Rntlonalr 5 o ulfialr was the stun ni I: from Lelnater, the Dan 0! Ireland neon est In the acute and U18 pitiful showing nlndu ii! the Redmoilditei ol Duhll . "A GIGAXTIC COLLAPSE" Under the Iiuiilnzi. "II1land‘ Nb iiopal Disgrace: Reviewing the Suy-ab Homes," the Dublin correspondent or the Carl: Free Fran or April 5 write: I lallowr ' The weather in Dublin today was it was no uuestlon. the war. and t pri or t d stuns, turned out t be vast only a ruor s 3oo.ooIl vol. D > tlonll AI-my lit in up no ea 1: so soldierly 11 did the Mim- thnn a brigade. Tbs whole thing was Jubi. a gigantic oolispse. Afwr twsira months of organisation or liberll ont- pourings or sundry rnont-ya. oi plaintive nnd humiliating splm s. l a not rest. win a pltiable oromsion or less men than izngland lost at xeura cbtpslla t a bison hissed sizing up or to.dsy's review. it is s c- annals at lrelan turned out i uturcuearxo awn )lIi1MAXAGl2)(il'l'. The ValiInl,eerI arrived in the ally in chartered train which would have been A: 1 n'<'lock a full psrnds oi “lraland-a Nae w lore still dribbling In. but the mobiliza- i the stern deion tars or irelsri o utatlon hers is nous ng Prus- sian about the m itarlsm or the rd ot,e:rIn. when a man-when nlmost all t men.-including oevorll nnrgoants-suck rangmz and m I anti t-haw m. at-lands under Ina noses oi their colnnrls and captains. tho pirture. being inelrsbly pretty, in has in tho insight it gives into tbs democratic influences which are abroad in the ranks oi the shon- dt-lenders. , - In Heaven‘: good time. tho 1o,soo which should liars died put tbs Purnell .lIonurneut at o'clock sharp. started Irom tho I=arlr a tear minutes balors 4. rm: “AlillY" I’! rwn srit-I-Io:<s. The “National Army“ was divided far into two sections. The vol- the southern quay. tha tlstsr and I..eln- (er a The Belrnst rou- p ssessiou as no 3,. hal-ersnciis worn ay st ,d lets) it it is something to on man a ‘Iliad a his DI‘) ciples or d. does I h at iirst suspoo ed. The a . rausemeots Is t 0 her items or outiit re less curable rxearl eve ro. many o them patently distributed tor nothing did not at. tho gonersi sum was soo . out n o.uru.r. arunrn rooacr arsrro. Nine hundred and torty,ro...- Munm, and Connhuglit men curried rillt-s, torn or the weapons does not less,“ or the golden! run or ride. carried by an . ivorlitntted mi Pay: 8.) I1’, l l l