y.,l, XL, No. 26. Whole No. 563.
A JOURNAL DEVCTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDEN
NEW YORK, JUNE 27, 1914.
lld<Inu mavlar,O<1 .. ow). v in. ran one. as
.v.. ands. Ihe Act o4Congnsn ol March , an
CE. IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE.
l.:irelBnd is spreading rapidly through
the United state The Ndtion
g d a He uarters at 236
has already cohled 51,000 to the Treas-
urers or the Provisional committee in
llmhrs have reached the committee
purchase or arms tor the National Vol-
unteers, in order to rollnw up its procla-
mation iorhidding their importation. as
Ilrsngelrlents for the carrying on or its
lusiness transactions with the men in
Ireland in tuture.
in Volunteer clmclals
stated that it
Volunteers In Ireland
they would be quite satisfied whether
the money to
buy them were sent irons America. 0!
I'lll have to he arrived at in the imme-
A meeting or the Rational Committee
‘ wl1ll>e‘l:ell! in New Yol;k‘on July It and
illoren-lent. will he given a permanent
During the past weel: meetings or
tommlttees have heen.licld in nuirslo.
rosin. P m rgh
snsanla. court, and other
out pressure or space prevents, puhilca-
iloo oi the reports. For the same reason
long lists at contrlnutions lo the Fund
late to wait tor a later issue or the pa-
tar. when this latter reature is hesun
trains may of the National volunteers
Alter a calnplign of im-
taralleied menilacity on the part or the
kider of the irish Parliamentary Party
a set or unauthorized nohodies. the
Committee surrendere '
n land's pay will conduct a
I to defend lreland as last
nglsnd it is hard ta,understand
Will use the
‘ii the host rifles and all the latest pat-
"“ 01 machine
“Ed Ilka dogs from the land, Lnd
PROVIDING FUNDS Filll lRELANll’S NEW ARMY
Mpvemant To Aim The Irish National Volunteers Spreading steadily Over
The United States-A Thousand Pounds Already Cabled To Dublin- '
Reiimonil’s Action Changes Whole Character Of Movement in ira-
lalld, But He Will Get An Opportunity To Prove His Sincer-
ity-Will He Compel Asquith To Withdraw The Arms
Embargo And Oppose The Exclusion Of Ulster?-If
' Not He Will Be A Traitor To Ireland.
all the policemen in America will be
r they are wit
the same time. They can ot aid t 0
British Government to out Ireland into
two warring sections and he recognize
as anything hut traitors to Ireland.
PHILADELPHIA IN THE VAN.
Pushing Ahead the Subscriptions
to Ann and Equip the National
Volunteers in Ireland-A Priest
Just Returned From Ireland
Gives Solns Inside Facts Rei-
garding the Situation.
PHILADELPHIA, June 22+A meet-
ln! 0! delegnt !rom all the Irish Bl)-
the Philadelphia Municipal
the lrish'National volunteer organiza-
tional Volunteers must be armed imma-
dlately. It. was a thoroughly representa-
tive lrlsh meeting, as there w re m
staunch Protestant as well as catholic
Nationalists present. ' .
Rev. John T. Nicholsonhwhn has till!
recently returned irons n
sgo. They were beginning to realize
that there were brlin erg
strength in Ireland which llld been I)”
ing dormant and concealed: that it ever
lslin England attempts to use her
might all Ireland, Ireland can and shall
meet might with might. The spirit of
nd as a part or the British
nut to lreland an independent nation.
ever was or will he eager to arm "9
land s lull measure at iustice. -nd we!
realized that the present Liberal party
was only tool g the Irish people and
using the Ulster orsngemen as a no
in the pollricul game. in proof of this-
they rezoned to how the British cavern-
ent allowed the Ulster volunteers to
drill and import arms tor three
hut as soon as Nationalist lreland hessn
llsguststde or Charles stewart rarnell.
an approaching it and readlu! the
a le. The lnscrip
is it toliaws. N'o in has s right to
set a limit to the onward march or s
tlon" He perceived that no lrlsh
:.,ple'would never be satlsiled with any
list!-measure as a mini settlement. and
that it is not on a British declaration
but on the spirit and union or her sons
hat Ireland must rely ror the derence
or her liberties ,.
speaking or the volunteer movement.
he.(.io<‘lared that Ireland made a mis-
ta a in allowing the country to he with-
out such a rorce at any tlma; that ire-
occasion and place arms
the hands or every mall who volunteer:
his services in the Army of Ireland.
Rev. . '.lia oriy, C.s.sp., who has
just arrived rroln lrelano, as iso
present. He declared that in the past
Ireland has been
s answering t e nation's csl.
He declared that even though the lrlsh
volunteers are never call to action,
even though the cruclc or a rule is n
heard in battle. the sight or a standing
titlneris' army, eacamped on lrlsh soil.
would reassert and vitsllze the nssrvlrnod
or lrelsnd, and would greatly tend to
lessen the spell which the apparent am-
nlpotence or England has laid upon the
several other sneakers, among them
heing Joseph McLaughlin. National Vice-
l>r sides: at the A. o. l<l.; ratrlclr
o'xelil and Judge Hughes, also address-
ed the sssernolage. sad the keynote or
each was that the lrlsh National volun-
Friday by the Philadelphia Municipal
Council, so,o0o more was pledged last
ball rolling with I 0
his example was duioluy iollnwnd.
can be readily seen that the lrlsh
cards. min which good returns are he-
lng . have been distributed
hroadcnst throughout the city. a com
plete list or all the contrinutors up to
date will he puhllsneo next wceir. '
NEW YORK HARD AT WORK.
Second Meeting at Irish-American
Athletic Club Arranges to
Make Thorough Canvass of City
e Several Hundred Dollars
Turned In. -
he New York City Committee of tha
Irish National volunteer Fund met on
Saturday evening Tut at the Irlsh<An.l
ericxn Athletic Club, iss n. such street.
There was I large attendance and I
good deal of business was transaute
David 1. Nnughllll. chairman at the cool-
mlttee presided and many men who had
not attended the tint. meeting were
present. several or thrm handed in mix
the contrlhutors was a nun with a his-
t did not want it mention-
ed his gsvs lion.
The ltxecutlvs Cqlllmilloa appointed
at the previous meeting reported the
r d as and mail all out. A
local llrclllnr aIlPI’iel'IIerllllIK the on is-
sued a National Col-nrillllce ha
selected list or irlslimen in the city.
may questions were Islted about the
controversy reported in the lrlsh papers
to the control at the Irish National
consent to add twenty-rive men named h
pin. to it: rnemhersnlp. Full lniorrna-
tlorl was given as in [he status oral-
iairs in Dublin, according to latest ro-
pnrls. and the general reeling was to go
on a-lih the worli to support an armed
and disciplined Ion‘: or National Volun-
teers in lreland, lrrespect e or the (‘on-
rmcd men. it was our
new element ln,lrela d and must prove
to h. the deciding r ‘(or in the llunl
settlement or the xatlnnui Qurstlon. So
BROOKLYN MAKES A START.
Enthusiastic Meeting Held and
Committee Formed to Aid the
A crowded Ind enlhllslastli‘. meeunl
of Irishlnsn interested in the Irish Nor
tional Volunteer movement was held in
Fulton. near the Bar
into the Brooklyn Irish National Volun-
teer Comm ii .
An interesting address hy the treasur-
A large number of subscriptions to tilt
land were receiied, amounting [0 sev
eral hundred dollars.
The Committee elected the following
Presidenw Martin L.
slylcu P. all-part
land; Treasurer. Mr. llsriin T, slsnlon;
Secretary. sir. . .l. wllllams.
The next meeting or the cnnirnlttce
will he held at the same plan
Thursday evening. July 2. it was
clded that the anvil could he hetter done
by having s separate committee for hang
island City. Jamaica and other points,
and those present at tils mesiing
these mam -rrnnged to call meetings
as as early day tor the purpose or or-
- JOHN CASEY DEAD.
Veteran New York Gaelic Lsaguer
Passes Away at the Age oi
asey, I veteran of the Irish
oi the language oi Ireland, ll dead. He
passed avl‘Ay‘on June 16 at his residence.
2 Valldnm streets New ‘or .
Mr. Cue)‘ was born in the county
Mayo seventy-six years ago and came to
last illness he was
worker tor the restoration or the lan-
guage or lrelnnd. '
was a iiuent Gaelic speaker and
was heard ireduently at puolle meetings
in advocacy or the lrlsh language rs-
Long beiore the Gaelic League was es-
y with a lens other
insut and picturesque ogure irons the
language movement. in which. hecause
or his sincerity and his undouhted hat
ural ability. as wielded a great deal or
lie is survived by one son and several
greui-grandchildren. The runeral wan
l- (ram St. Alphonsus
church, where a solemn mas: or re-
lzulem was celebrated The pnnegyric
was preached oy l-‘ainer cunnlne. a ille-
long lriesd or the deceased. Delega-
tions attended tram several oi the lrlsh
language societies. ‘
BRITISH RULE IN NIGERIA.
Theie is minor in town that up in the
Northern l>rs.-lncs a European super-
prison to another European orllc
a IID duties el'erhaul<
4 order is being
In the Northern Province.
Who knows but that these people were
sent to prison for not crying Znrkll
Zarlil ' o a masters. Ah,
Justice‘; justice in xorthern Nigeria.-
Ldaor Standard. lllly 6
A Dllhlln man made a sneech recently
ate Jun Devlin said to him: "Don't
bother yourself Milt the exclusion of
r. Ulster will be excluded all
right. and you can't prevent it." Jon
known what he In talking about.
LAST STAGE OF HUME RULE FARBE BEGUN
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Amending Bill Providing For The Exclusion Oi Ulster introduced in They
House Of Lords-Redmond'sTraltorous Deal With Asquith Has Arranged
For A Useless Vote Of The “ lrlsh Party" Against it, While Liber-
als And Tories Units To Pass li-To Ram'The Mutilation Of
lreland Down The People's Threats And To Prevent Re-
sistanse Redmond Has Gralibed Control Of The
John Redmond has aid Ulster to the
hul will go through the lame or alarm-
in his "Nationalist" oienllrera iolo the
division lobby against ll, knowing that
the united voles or the Liberals and
Tories will carry ll
it is to cram this traiiorous bargain
with the English Liberals down the
threats or lhe lrlsh people and in pre-
vent eaecliva reslstanre to it that he has
IHIIXIDK shallow anti dishonest pro-
o v up
against the prurlnmatiolx at
the Llheral Government, which iorhids
he importation or aims. when lis has
it in his power to compel thorn to wilh-
draw it or turn them out or omre.
The eiltune lor not turning them out
at nflltx: is that he rum: to “save the
Home Rule Bill" wnirp will cut lreiann
tnrlau slrlie and thus Ike ll erly
imp si e [or the crippled little Par-
liament" in Dublin lo ac mplian anv-
thlng at all lnr the,heneat or lrelan .
t the dishonest dcal
between Redmond and the Government
was hegun last Tuesday hy the introduo
tlon or the Amending hill in the rinuse
The associated resa gives
the lollowing account o r
Loxnox. lune 23.-Tlie contest over
granting Home Rule in Ireland entered
nnothrr stage to-day when the slarquis
rluilhti from the prov ions oi’ the Home
R c Bill (or period six years irnru
the first meeting 0! the new lrlsh Par-
The situation has never seen parsl-
lclcd in Plrllnmenlnry procedure in the
British isles. xe.-er heiore has a hill
been presented to Parliament ll) IUIEDH
s mcusure not yet on the slums books.
his vi however. ills only means or
overcoming the dcsdlorlr, as the l-louse
oi‘LIoi’ds relused to consider the main
nlll until the rail proposals or the Gov-
ernment wers before TL
in introducing the Amending hill. the
liglous diolcultle u
tlon or ulster, hut. while he sdrnltied
oms lorrn o
injustice. overrlnlent consequent-
iy, he id. ad reiterated in the Amend-
ing Bill Premier Asouith's proposal of
exclusion by counties irom the operation
aould be administered or the Lord Lieu-
tenant, through oillcers to he appointed
REDMOND'S CIIOOKED . DEAL.
Treacherous Plan by Which Ulster
Is to Be Excludod After the
Party Casts is Useless Vote
Against It. ,
trrorn stun recs. nuhlin. June is.)
Hon 3 I Lorri will
optional min on by county vote or any
(‘is er utlty from the operation or the
the Unionist Iudera. D1‘ which he
Amending Bill will his amended by the
Lords to exclude the whole province or
ulster without a tllue-limit.
in this form will he sent to
that they n e n
Lords‘ arnrndmt-rlrs, nut that while they
deplore them. they rcn-iznlzc that the
Tory Party has nallm-ldt-d to tho dt-sire
ror agreement. and they are not. having
roltlsld lo the interests or Brace and
lhzlr miponsiliillty to the Empire, pre-
pared to rcitt-i tha Amending nlu as
Thin is the programme alran ca be-
tween the Two Front near
the lvhltsuntlde l’E(:!‘ba
. Gov-rrirnci-it. and thus
lheir race is to be saved.
CRISIS lli IRELAND Al HAND.’
it Would be Settled to Ireland's Salis-
faction ii‘ the National Volunteers
Had Arms-Redmolid's intrigues to
Capture the Force in the Interest
ollhe English Liberals Who issued
the Proclamation That Keeps Them
Disarmed.-English Dream of Malt-
ing the Volunteers an ‘imperial
(special to Tm Gmuc nurvrcas.)
DUBLIN, Junp 12-The strong or me
volunteer movement are now help;
in a nallnn that has been p
and unarmed. on til’ I Na.
tional Dercnee I-‘tine has hrouglit a great
such l repeat may lie the outside appear.
shot at tho moment. but it is a passing
phase only. it will quickly Rue nay lo
coriorcnrs and rcnlrnilzcd discipline. For
the rutimcrit the lrisn volunteers are
the storm centre
sued by the Cornmrltrs
1913. it was suletl:
"T nlilecl proposed tor the lrtsh
Yolurlt:-ers is t
tns people or lrelani. Their dutics will
he ileirnslve and protective. and they
will not contemplats either aggression
Human r-I crud. politics or tocxoi
in ths latest rnsniicsto issued two
- ago they state:
--ll have made it our consistent aim
to bring about a whole and sincere u
ay vi en the minority of our fellow.
countrymen till apparently sepgrntgd
tro lion. will lalagi-l
a trust to be tletehdecl hy the arm. gm
lives or all lrlshman."
V-‘pun this broad non-party. bllt. deli.
nltely National oasis
tying themselves Ind proclaiming
themselves dlshonnraola men. and they
(continued on Pan; 5.)