I, 31,, No. 11. Whole No. 543.
Feb. 21 all "All lrelnnil" Illa-sting
xarto heiug as well represented as the
south. East and wer .'
The hunt liiuyor oi Duhlin presided;
Mr. C. o'Cullaghnn,
chairman Queenstown Urban Council;
iir. alciiahan. Dundnll-t Urbain Council;
an Ednlrl-d Fitzgerald nnd liir. S.
Ntvisonl, Corll Ind Sir John Johnston.
The reril'escntntiVe character or the
vllrig vial; shown by the iollowills list
or those present:
. The Lord Mayo; 01 Cork, Sir Edward
Fitzgerald; Sir .1
Sir William I. Gvuldl
nun Great Southern and
. c airman South Duh-
lin hoard of Guardians; lllr. c. P
0'Xeill, chairman l>emhi-olre Lirhan Dia-
imt Council; Mr. s. H. xewso Presl-
d‘l1!.Ahd . B. E. suttou. v" e<Presi-
dent corn Chamber at Commerce and
Sliipillns: Mr. John 9'Cdilaghan. iilayor
at nragheda; Min J. 1’. Comic y, own
rognsda-. Mr. Clayton Love,
.lir. charlea n-Callaghan, lilr. R. iden-
s M. . , Helaly. an r. .l. H.
CIlni1hell.. Town Clerk. Queenstovl-la:
iir. P, D. 0'Bri . .,
liarahhsh. Mr. David lsyrne. iilr, w
Hnnkiun Aahuiove. Dublin citizens‘ As.
A. McNelll, llr-. Wm
Browne)‘, inn 2: c
"'- Wreurv corlr County Council: lilr.
loan Kilt 'Duhlin; lilr. wiillam J.
, . .o iilr.
- - . Mr. J. J. 0'Sllili-
nu. Cork; captain O'Drilicnli, cm-ir; Mr.
William L. Kelleher, Cork; luv. M. cas-
-ln Ind llr. .1. c. liiecullngh, Wateriord
gm llr. s. H. liioynugh, and .‘ir. xi.
omerdurd, Dundnik Council:
- ernard choir-man
‘V undnlk Harbor Commissioners; iiiri
‘ Fnr ecre Dun-
m cm ne, R.N.,
m- : Mr. D. l-legarty. cork indus-
wm. eveloornent. Association: Mr.
‘Milan wilaon. Dublin; Alderman iii.
yr-ue. nuhlln; lilr. Funk Stakes.
"hm r. John F. wray. Ennis.
ionel.popping, JP Du in
conynghain. Dublin Mi‘. ll.
. Dublin; Mr. R. K. Gambit‘.
Dublin Chnmber of Comr
Hni‘ ‘Cork' liir. .
W51“ Corie, Mr. Thomas H. Welth, ilr.
‘Firkin. lloloney. Dromln, County Lim-
F‘ ,C2llr. rlromna Moore, Belfast; lur.
5% ram uuhlln. ; V
M“ “ills letter. or approval or lhe pur-
W Lo the meeting were received irom
:2; Secretary Ballast Chlmzber l Com
. ‘ Town Clerk,
llillllKElJ BRITISH’ DEALINGS WITH IRELAND
mpijng Held in Dublin Mansion House Representin All The Public Bodies
Anti Business Interests 01 Thu Country, North And Soulll, Protests Against
the Boycott Of Oueenstown And Exposes The Shameless Falselioods Of
Samuel, The Postmaster-General, About The “ Dangerous Char-
acter" 0fThe Finest Part In The "Three Kingdoms " rllle ‘
Cunard Contract Broken For Otlier Reasons-Project
Mooted For An Independent Line Of Steamers.
Sligo; ilrr Eduard O‘C0nnell. Town
ICI lviiirenny; nnd Mr. Mcconviilc,
The Lord iilnyar of Dnhlin. in the
course or his sneer-Ii. hdid: .
In t e agreement between the Gov-
anybody who want-
ed to be honest that certain ilnantlal 55>
distance wns to be given to the Cunard
company for the Government. 22,600,000
was to be advanced train the state nt
an exceedingly law into at interest;
subsidy of El5U,i.l0i7 per Lunum was to
was agreed tout the eompany would eon-
V Y 3' means of mail ships mulls on
in every weelr, mud it wa
vided that utter the mail ahlps
until the mails were reueived on board.
Today they Werz told by the Govern-
ment representatives that they could
size or the shine. These ships were con-
structed by virtue oi the agreement
The experts, both or the conlpnlly nnd
tho covernulenz, had an in mhtc knowi-
edgu or the cailnhiiity ol Qiieenstown
llarhor. The ronipnny, w ui
lrnnwiedge of what queeuatowu could
do, entered into a solrmn eontraet with
e yer-nrupnt lor the purpose at olr
taiuing Government. nroney,. on the unr
' o git’: a ngali r-r‘lt‘e ti-om
NEW YORK, MARCH 14, 1914.
Ion u, and then wait to enrirarlr the Ann-
'That this meeting alrongly proicsta
nxalnsl. his arbitrary and dlMOUl’l('0ll8
arllan in disregarding the ilnitvd redueat
or the lrieh peo le at all alludes ol no
lllll-2! opinion, In eapreeoed Ivy the All-
lrrlund meeting held in ouhlin Inst sep-
torulrrr, to withhold his a out to the
til-lilarid o[ the Cunard riomruruy unui
i‘1rllul1li=rll. had an apvortrrnity of con-
sii-lerlug the nueetlun, and in ma reruaol
ailliu to receive an All-ltrlianll deputnr
Mr. Gamble said in the t-nurse or his
speech that neither the l‘allniI.tilcl'>Gl'n-
ernl nor the Government ad the inter.
onto or Ireland at heart, her-mad if they
Sir John Johnston, of Lnritlonderry.
ser‘onded the r nlutlon. nnd anld that
the Public bodies and citizen or Derry
were in (nil nytnpathy with the object
of the lnee n .
Sir James Long. Chairman 0! the
Cork Harbor Board. in n speech in sup-
P0 E the resolution, said:
(act in regard to the ohiectinn to
uueunnlown with that one or Ilm rt-rue-v
lollrhl-d a nnndhaulr. but Ihltt irappenml
by an error in mooring, vhore Ihr-re via.
and the Cunard company that lhe Mull.
luau-o und lhe Lusitania were not in
rho conlrnrt now v The Cunard
Conlpnny auruvud 1:2.l;muou
these loo rhlpa. nnd Ibo)‘ received l:l:ril.-
arnlcd cruliierro i d d
the cover-nnreuh nluro the Ad-
lulrnlty would never have conscnti-it to
rontrihute Il.'t0.Il0l‘t ii any one or lho
prineipul port. or lhe kingdom. and one
or Iht-m the largest and salt-at. rolliil
not he uaen by those vessels. Bin nurre
than that, lhu Cunard company had re
celved i:cx,iillu ror carrying lhe Brlllnil
n-ails. lie auould like to know lroor
(continued on Piano 5.)
RESOLUTIONS iADOPTED AT
i. NEW YORK‘ MEETING.
Protest Against Panama Canal Surrender.
we. citizen: or New York. hr pool
the rcptal or the Free
Tolls provision of
ic lneelilliz asserulrlod, protest against
the Pallallla canal Act, which w 1
passed after full and adequate discussion by Congrrss, signed by a RCPll‘)li(.lIi
resl cril, approved
oi’ the Deniotralic and
oi over tllirieen nllliions or Amerian
I e I now at rile 1.ilCia>ii3l"l Li
i.iayton.iaulu-er Treaty. on lire laisc ground that ii
iii Illr platforms and distinctly arrcplril by tile randidiail-s
in: c liiil I c Volt"!
5 ill illc Presillrriiizl cleilinix lvl
’ llkl uhu iiulated lllc
is a lJi’IZBClI of the Hay-
lhuntelqte Treaty, would he an uilparalluizd llulllillalinll to this Republic and
was clear and unequ
Prtil-dtlll VVE on, whose acceptance of it before his election
The Fre: Tolls provlsi ii is nccessary for Illl‘ [lY(Il(‘El.lI)II cll our Coailr
wise Sllipping ‘Against the cmlipctiticvn
and especially those of England, who
ling but built in English sllipy ds. I
day to expert the general puhlie to he-
lieve that the only reason tor the stan-
pnge of the boats wad hecauee Queens-
had been treated wit
the nrat instance, he refused to mcnive
deputation, which the All-irelnnd
meeting agreed to last. him to receive
some months ago.
see what was to he gained iron) it. Ha
(the Lord Mayor) thought they had
more thln reasonable cause at mine
plaint. heeause they [nund that thin gen-
entieman, helorc he handed II
portfolio of ollict‘, to his Cabinet, entered
into what he derlstred to he I finll
agreement h tho cunard company.
reel to a chin e, W lch had hee
fiirther.<he said he had the rover by
virtue of his omro to do lhia without
hringing the change herore Parliament
ior its ratinention or aanetirn.
The Lord Mayor then talked or send-
ing a deputation to the House oi: com-
mans and conuiilrltid:
n y must do something else he-
rldea passing resolutions. -rhey h
en lnist it Bck. Puhl
feeling in this rountr was growing
upon this uhle t uch
xtent I: a l upon men
who occupied representative poul-
unpe, travel to the United Suateu
tor the purpose or arousing puhlie opin-
t Republic or the wee
cure. it not a dir n
ilsh-American couumly. at 1" event! W
luau-American C0mP3l1Y. or, if 11
sihie tor nliaira l S
that they endeavorrri. to iuteriere with
Queeustown ns n purl oi eall tor the car-
- i lrleh nr ls.
Hm. otinrubic, l‘resilicrlt‘of the Dublin
moved lire rlrsl
merce from I e,st1.
seeks to maintain, to the on: disadr
The F oils provision is 2
American eople. on a
provision is a violation of nilinlldl
i Congress should. in an hour rvl viuk
in the mailer of Canal Tolls. the same
I to Sr: in vinlalionr
. . and son
dehance oi the protests oi lllc Federal (iovrrn
and tl-Ills rrcaled the nlouoprrly illlicli England now
ni the sulrsiriiterl vrsscls oi Ellrnpr,
' g the Cnnlcdl-rain
guns. man e
or ink-maliuiral-ulhligatiotih. h.
nlrlll4swerlI American colli-
rnred wit r Lug
antage and injury of this eounrry.
sacrlilre llle illtrrests oi Illc
his: and urlioundcd zllr-gallon that ll-ic Free Tolls
ncss, surrcrlrler American interacts
lrivprc-per and illliellablc interpretation
of the Hay-Paullcciclie Treaty will also lrivolre the dloiliaritiing of all iam-
icatiorls in t e one and (or i
‘u Ii nar, txccpt
including the country at war wiill ill:
‘ ass to maintain the honor. the
reier the question to arbitration.
“'e congratulate Srnatvrs Clumhe
on llle same terms as (li( vlarsliips or other
the Amcvluri na
United States. “'2 ll-lzrciore call Ull
interests and are national dignity oi
rclponu to repea
we also urge lire senate to refuse In
rlain. Wiiormzll. Bristow, Poilidcxttr
alll-l their colleagues who llave: stood with them in iirlrlldlllg the true imcresla
or the aruerioan
i’n<fl'il3llDlI 0 I an
holds‘; lrrier ror England zrid new-r iallr to
c especially condemn and rcpurlizlr lllc “iVorlrl," tile miller"
vening Post” zrld emphatically deny Illzl tllcy represent polrlie
and the “E
Resolved that copies or this Deelaration he strut to l-resident V on
members or tile cahlnet. to the Vicerlhrsidcnt, ior presentalrou
the Sp:-alter, tor presentalinn
and all the
to the Senate, I
seritalives. to all the '
<e ator ilarnberlzin bi: respectfully
oeope, in late or grass and up nusrrp.
he . ew York press wluelr nulorlnuoy
lr zitaclts on all
take Stilt‘? with linr against their
to Illc House oi Rtpro
and Representatives. and that
requcsted to have it printed in the
Boycott of Queenstown Condemned. .
W'hereas, that: exists a deliberate
by tire Cunard and other
the commercial isolation of Ire and, a
erzas. the Britislt Governlncllt
on the business imerzsis oi r an hy
hoyeolr or the Port of Qlicenstowu
British steamship col-npanics. having for its object
has nude ilstll a party to this aiuck
permitting the Cunard Company
ppariumri, and h
s dangerous [or liczv siu s. an
of the deiibcraxely false statement that the harbor ol Quccnstownr the best
tnw ( all Aillcrican mails
vtlill boycott by rt-lusilig to travrl In Europe ivy y l
the delivery of the
mails consequent on this
leamsllip colrlpaliies luvc caused
0 many tllotlsaillds oi American citixcns aliii
rid the same dcla '
o(cur I the delivery in
or whu-lr lllc Governnienr oi the
st the monry oi the American propir
r sen-am u lirll it p
tllc l'Dslmastcr>(irnrral make arrangomr-nis
rcrlnail slcamsllip coimlany for ilic llcliicry at Quand-
n for Ireland. Scotland And the North 0! Engianll,
lvlii(lI art now furwzrrlcrl lly ilic Cunard strainers llltl dclaycd in the same
i; to lire Unite Stairs.
does not pro rrly
ml in Airicrirx to nice: boycolt
an Briliol'si anlrr and
even to submit to some illconvt-nicllrc and dz-lay as at llcccsoary satrilicc for
age on an Alllcricsill. -.i (icrluan. a rrer. r or
n s we are able in final an Ifl$lI'AIII(‘YlfZll
Sirnrusliip Colnpany carrying the stars and Sirii
' no cougralulare tlrr proyvll: of Ireland on the pulrlre spun and
3 rd and l deirnc of llirlr
ht I dllaclvt aiillcll at horlli and .NoIltl'l Ilka
protcnt in Duhliil and we rcrognivc ill it it
U lv tier. Lclu
.in land equally rlcar Iu
that Orange and Green will carry the
and Collnauglll will srailll sliuuldrr lo sllouldrr Ir-r
all. rnalirfillg at last illc slrrani o Tlomas Uaris
day." . ,, . . g
I..r.ei .. Ievaridclun ....ro.. 0:1 .. .o.. M rt. v... umnrnl
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
HEAR HUPEFUL MESSAGES FROM ‘IRELAND.
Men And Woman Of The Irish Race M Emmet Celebration In New York
Art! Told By llabsan And Penrsa That The Fight For Irish Nationhaud
Will Go On Until Independent: is Won--Cdltnel Burke, Civil War
And Fenian Veteran, Scores The Spawn Of The Tories Of
Revolutionary Tlrnex-Resolutions Denauncing Surrender
To England On Panama Canal Issue And Condemnirlg
llio Boycott Of Oueenstown Are Adopted. ‘V
the Anlrrican Xatlun Ihrn LIIEY Ellie?
lnlo (‘ornllromihe on Qllcstlonu where
honor Inrlllda nny CMDUFOEJEBP.
"I wnrit to set history flail! in one
plirtlitulnr. “'8 see
the l)t‘ri1 Erilrrlr-L relvhrlllansr
train line propagnn mi nn well an the
night. under Ihe nilhlllrcu oi the Clnne
cl. in Aeolian llall.
‘Hie speech 11! Coiollcl Ricard 0's. rovk
nllrire, l-‘enlan and (iv war veteran.
lrmtihed ihe uncompromising delefmlv
nation or in: eurvlvora oi the '6'.‘ period
not to surrender one
l‘lPlU5, while the MLIJICHIEH
iiohson, editor or [run Freedom, and F
ii. Pearce, President or St. Elmo‘: Cai-
' runvlnced [ha nlldlence
or me various stations l
nuhlia, and againat certain
hindr of troops the rotket in a very powr
errul weapon. .
“Tile prevailing principle that aeema
tllosg delivered by Meusrrs. Hanson and
Pearse on Sunday night.
Resolution: denouncing the aurrender
or Arneriunn interenla in the propoanl
to repeal the Phntanin Canal
tempt Of the Enzilnil
lea. ham-d hv tht‘, Litwrni
lo duslroy the nude nl t re port or
boycott with ho -
approving plnuditn lull the resolution:
were carried uniuilmollsly by a rising
The muslr-ai part or the programme
van exet=.ilcnL t-an orrheslll hlayed
o and selection or irlalr viva were the
meeting was roll. to order and opened
II nilh "The slnv spuuglrd B:lllm=r,“ lhe
hrs: hire or no hr-ought the nudi-
eru-e tg its ieet as a mark or respect
(or the Ameriltnn Nalionnl Anthem. ‘
Howard v. Pns<‘Il'>i tine tenor voire
wan never heard to butter advantage
than in the rendition or patriotic ll-ish
gal on Sundny
Rooney’: singing 0! --
the Dead" no nlhtmificent.
P. H. PEARSE.
government tor lrelnnd, n government
in the words or the illustrious Lincoln‘.
-or tire people. for tho neolllis and hy
th l nnuot undt-rqund how
handsome lriah-iurlralian oontralho.
The iris or c w ork have niwer heard
"The ilemol-y ol the mad" rendered Is . ,
rplendidly an it Ins hy iiilsa Roone ““” ‘M V1e"5'“5 ”‘"“”““ W ‘
Mm, ,,,-m, .u4Ien“‘L’ p,,,,.,,, "m ,,,,,,,,., lorernment tor lreland that would de-
the closing nuinher alro would he heard 5”““’ ““' Win"
in "The Jacket: Green." but the length 17“
oi the progrnrnmo nun iatenesl at the
hour were ngainnt the roallzulion or
Rule measure in
their "lSh. n outrage on the lrlah ram; it si py
ugrtln De]Inp)"5 yvogulifui 1"-‘op turns the Irish nntlou. or Line Irish peo<
volre was heard in [In irlsh songs and Die rallrur. into laxrgnlbelwrs ior Ihe
mpg L )]4<l,Iu‘h““' Mp,-‘no’ mu! Eflkllhb Go'vFr-nrllelll. which, Iilcr rt
“Eileen “tho, -r uq,,rgu,iy, 1,. delving tile Iaxcs no toilected, bestows
Aiken’: nnre upon the lrlnh Gal-or-nment
rendition at the ever-popular I pill
“WeArln’ oi the Lltrrln“ warmed the hnrse its many functions: I it
hum Ind ‘ion the nnnlauao of nor rchltzr-n llle lrlsh government any 0! the
he: rn nl rs or gov rnmcnL
The Innounoenient that supremo ‘I - nnot understand how he I men,
coon ,1...uce ,1 1.‘ - mp who men with straight. logical mlnda, can
Imra . lillntu
in to hue presided. was ill und unable
Justina Minturn‘l nilu Ind he mlde In
Dlvid I. Nhushtln of the committee at
Referring to England‘: unscrupulous
method of diplomacy, the Colonel said:
up nilnerl himaelt to o hrie
deeeription or the purpose of the cele-
brntion, and auweeded in doing that no have
nhle to compete nrlt
unity that is known politely La diplo.
. ,. “RI‘l'eren(‘e has been made to the Hay.
COLOAEL BURELS SPEECH. Pxumelmq Treaty. Enghnd
in the course of his cech. Colonel
Burke. who we fefeived enthusiastic-
Illy. laid: -
"in referring to the tile End time o!
e m i
methods by which he conlemplnied up
plying tht-in taurvla the high purposes
c act are in. Prior to 1303. Eng-
ilnd. exercising the same kind of power
over the Colonies. drove those Colo
into opposition. l-orniiellt-d them to take
up Inn: in DI‘0LEi‘ll(Il! of their l.]SmA
At that time there Vina A large number
0 Aulerlrlua. horn in this lnnd. who dliuin vi
ry. rl mod to represent mg
iiiosnulio Count Jhdinns,
have more of the Irvlniu or those '-rorles
Of the American Reiolullon in Almeria
tlrllny. Ind i hope that the rrwllitions do with
vi you lm-o Maud a inner. and you know that in roll-
will largely so tnvillrds the driving (Hid ‘one, [mill] In)" 91 mix ‘in
(rain pllhlie llta oi men who disgrace strudurtx. rhereiore ulwn tho clarion-
, . . .