‘nhvve recited to Very encouraging.
The passage ‘the miserable lions
little Hill. lPl1lled In all Ireland. wont
Che Baeldc Cimemcan.
‘ml’ 25. 1914
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DISIIEHEEIIING IREUNQ BY CONSENT.
The news or the result and ins etiects
ullthe mnlerence called by King George
on the H m
the Dlsmunhermenl. of Ireland.
i."l:Il7alh)' with the carsonites, to whom
he alluded u “the most responsihle and
Its the Amending Bill. to which the
ma matter 0 no
liouhl-the enlargehleut 0! the excluded
area would only make the paltry mes
sure I few degrees more mil . The
eacrillce hy the “lrish 01 the
essential principle that lreland
sections or lreland divided against each
other on religious lines, the more odious
tho monstrosity is made the better it
will he tor lreiand in the long
legislation tor lreisnd with the restrict-
wers oonlerred on the little nub
lin “Pnrllnment" and the prohibitions,
reaervltlmih, multiplied vetoes and beg
g rly iinanctsi provisions. will soon be
' ‘hated. The new situation will pro
relegated to ob:cttrlLV- it is all the bet
ter lhlt the lrish people should realize
that the utmost which even the mos‘.
rrtendly Engllshirlen will give them I:
llnhmln respect: lny lrlthmln but the
one with Il’mI In hla hnndd Int! ready
to use them. -
It would he Idle to attempt to vredlcl
lmmedlale devulcpmenu, but tllaaflictl
and in south Africa. where they were
Allowed It all
lndenlured laborers. Ind ln mnny Gaul
meni. VII Pitched up. but the latest
he lrultful vi’ rehulu, Ind nmong these
not the lent desirable Wlll be the elltn<
lnlllon of the tnitors and poluouns
ihn have connenled to it in lreinhd‘s
STATE 0F WAR lll EUROPE.
xo battles are yet bring iought, but
Icllng as a
the European stock Exchanges are in is
state horderin on anlc. England's
attitude, lnflllznced by lodia and ire
land. is paclilc, and the British admiral
ln s rs-llogruni to the Adrnlrnl in Cnlet
or the Gsrmnn Fleet thanking him tor
the hospitality shown to the British
risitiug rouauroia at Kiel the other day,
nzlded it with "The Eritlsh and German
nai-les cornrsdes ror ever."
WlLSON'S RLWARDS AND PENALTIES.
the meiess an n wh
rrssidcnt Wllson uses the patroiisst at
been demonstrated ireriuently or late.
Ant aion has Mr. wllson shown his
readiness tmreward recrennt member:
or Congress hutnhe has siren evidence
or a vlndictive desire to iniurs those
Revregenlaatlvu who did e
the voices or their consciences and vote
tor the miserable surrender to England
znd the railroads.
.1-he Llrooklyrl Etiylc, which supported
the President in the canal con-.rorei-sy,
cloth BC the expense I7! one Who rlld Ills
duly fearlessly and cast hls vote like I
man and on‘ American. The Eadie oi
Jul! 20 eB."l: '
it is said that congressman Lsthrop
ellllal leader; cl
point out the (so
has been up. "‘
it Mr. wiison continues this po
he will make I-ostniasierships in the
rnitsd states as odious as lnlnrmern'
Jrihs tn lrslund.
m t e
that the si7I’Mntlnenr
BRITISH EMPIRE AT WAR.
'-l-be New York sun or Tuesday is:
Canada as a part or the Brttlsh Empire.
The derpatcb was headed. "Tn send
Hindus out to sea. It is solo to any
that when they so. the British rule in
India goes with them, and there will he
a reading or the oloodstainsd robber
it is generally understood that this
shipment ol Sikh Hindus‘. which was
arranged by one Gurdit singh, was
made in order to bring about a deiinite
settlement l.he- veltad question
whether their British subieetlon ca-
rlcs with it the rights or British cltizeh<
ship throughout the Empire tor the na-
tlvs lnhabi ate at British India. to
err part or the British Em-
tlms to enter ireelv u
the Hindu has no stnndlnir as a- Brit
lliriliu with his to
llukhstntlds, Siissaons uid
the Money C
trgus. ssrnuels and .others
‘ing the Hindus in their own land, and
very rapid rate, and tho iruits oi wranl
and injustice lhnl. grow on the upas
tree or British imperialism ars ripen-
ng mty-seven years or direct
British rule which was ushered in alter
meant to dupe the Indian people, have
passed Iwnyglnd ch is the
whale 0! India with which the British
will have to dsal. ’
All over lndlathls quehtiun that is
agitating uttawa and London is being
discussed by every class at the lndlan
people, and when these three hundred
and titty-two expelled slkhs return to
their home , they will act as ilrehrsnds
to iniisnie the mass‘ or discontent that
is mauliestiug itseit in widespread con
shtrncies and the killing at Nuiive and
Brltlsll odlclals or the robber rule that
has They will o about as
missionaries or tho dnctrlhn oi revolt
anmns the teeming millions whose out
rerings trom rsniine, dlsesss and oi)-
presslon have prepared them to accept
it, ‘s be Bricis Empirs will be
shaken to its ioundntionr. None know
that better than the men now in power
in England and the itnunclal rsnisrilia
behind them, but may Ire between the
devil and the do as
to render Justice now tor the path that
way is closed against them, In it would
mean the end oi’ their rule and ot the
Empire as at present constituted.
it the accounts that have been an
bearing ln the papers tor the l:spt'tsw
days ara correct, it is impossible not
to admire the determinatlonidlsnlnyed
by the victims or British mllrule In the-
right against the iniustlcs at their
treatment, but it would be lllll more
admirable it they were exerclslng it in
driving the British and other intruders
being the case, the sooner they get luck
to India the better. They are showing
themselvel Worth! to be citizens of 3
[rec country when they have (read it
V THE SLUMP IN CANADA.
la the trumpet blast about the
prosperity uhesd ior Canada next year
by “Slr" Thomas crsbsughnessy. Presi-
dent oi the Canadian Pdclllc Bsilway.
Lllie the bunch oi carrots tied to a
pols held in iront ot the historical don-
key to keel: him going. the knighted
head or the Canadian Pacino holds out
up the Il7lrlLs‘of the bond and share-
holders in Europe who huv, of
been throwing their stocks on the mar.
kel in inconvenient quantities.
All the time, however, the "C. P. R."
is doing less business, immigration has
discontent with both the Dninlnlon and
Provincial Governments, and recent
elections show the Canadian people are
prepared to make considerable changes
in the volltiul situation. The Iuhul'-
vlency to British imperialism and the
“lo)'alt7" at s ang or knights and
the rlunkey classes to British Royalty is
proving too costly to the haeiruroods and
prslris tarmers and settlers oi the no
mlrllon, with their seven months’ win-
meht, but It would lot I lime let the
Clsmembermen! oi Ireland will evoka a mu
t resistance that uni-lot rail in that the South Atrlcane intend to had
frvrn South I lndl-
Lhat it can only be temporary. and
ler Ind Whale horde: of plrlnttea and
gralters to keep in cue nnd luxury.
shine ineaiis or reiiatriating the Hindus
‘rhioughout all the British Colonies
lug tluli pniirur endurance will he re-
vlhsre the knighted class and its yarns
sites rule. and in London, in-hers the
using the British Government and um)‘ izete u and
as their csispsws. And t ey have good ntbaii tea s in the East will meet
reason tor their anxiety There is an rllxlly for valuable tlonh
NEW YORK IRISH TO HOLD
MONSTER FIELD DAY.
lrisll-American Athletic Clull Has Geller-
ously Placed Celtic Parrot the Dis-
pvshl of ill: Naiiilllal Vulliutccrs‘ Com-
mittee. Free at’ Charge, for Ltlllor Day
-lltn in Brtillli Ctliility lit Meeting
Last Saturday Night Enthusiastic in
ring iorce." is being rolled by the white colonial man who ' , onn .. . . .. .. 2ll.uu
pushed to the trout by Russia to units regards ills troni s ditterent standpoint. b The New Yolk Committee which hits Boston Cljmlnlltee. Der James a w
with riloutenegro in an usl.-resslre more it is nothing whatever to hint that the ;9“V"‘f“l"d lo Coll!“ funds 10 ""1 J Ht K9)‘ in b m“- '7-'0
rnrht to the adriaiic, in nrder to pru- Hindu claims the right or a Brirish ‘ id’ 2":;:s&':‘":'"'=clnrxzmil “$22”-";’xfImlm‘;'l") “" " mm
; .h .: anllclPa;ton or! curl; subir;t in all phrgshiz-I tll:h:Irmilll!reZ‘:e um“ “I Ce“ puk on [Mar Day‘ Tum" Gandmm, New Cum‘
ng event: t e ustrlans nve oiuie will live none 0 nl e vs. - s Monday‘ semmlm 7' in M of we PL . - ' ' ' ‘ ' I I I H 4 6,5,0
a cordon all along their irontier to wnrto rnsp exercises the guisrnin mien‘! ' The mhwmm W Phmp Twunysgdy ma -rm,
wards sen are m lrl g large power; and in British columhis. where mm mm,’ ..,,,,,,g,, H, pwmnr PM, L,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,’ Mm‘ I ,
bodies or troops into Bosnia and llerso the present testing.’ or British lmperis.l- dent, P. connay. and his son, Jullh Francis X. Muldoon. tron: K. at -
gov-ins. ’ t , ism is going on. the Whlle Colonist is lC>onvin(y. has oilered ths lrcs use at the C., Jackson, ltllch. ’ . > 65.00
1... 0...... c.,..,.mg5 .n Eurgpg cam g..,,.mg, ark or tbs cuaslon and ii besides County CIal'emen‘s association,
posing the T is Alliance and the The Vancouver despstch stun that nioinised to lend its helpvnlll-l Influence New ‘ark. per -loin: Clnne-- =0-D0
other isalknn states are putting their there is great anxiety both at ottswa. “"“""’ “"““ 5 ‘M “‘"‘"'K “"3 5'93‘
est athletic event ever held in the Long
island er a. '
The committee has accepted the sen
erous nod patriot.
miltee met last sarurday elenln
lrlsh-Amerlcnn ii. :1, 1'9 E. G(ltI.i street.
and did a great deal or practical work
in the absence oi the President. David
J. Naughtln, Charles Nnuliun vusilietl.
he ledge prescribed l t a my o -
stltutlon the nlunl,eers' National
Comm A II attended
committee to empower-the Bronx men
to organise a separate local committee.
HOME RULE AND PARTITION
Kerry Paper Condemns Redmond
or Coiiselitillg to Exclusion of
Four Counties If Majority oi’
Voters So aciile -British
Combination tn Betray Ireland
(From the Kerry Wcekly Rcptnter.)
i ten in
probability would hncorne permanent ex-
at all, and lniilcd i em to make
In the Ahlerldlzzs Bill they
sidered necessai)' l e Weeks
s Gov rprnet 'hlch would give
than tsmiioi-ary exclu-
Redmond derlared was
the limit. changed its mind and con-
senied to slvs more! -
it Mr. Re mat-ltl does not change,
too, is it not waste or time to he can
strlerins and amending this amending
B’l.' xurnhers or h own most on
thuslsstic ioilowers protested against
tir. Re mon ccelltnnce oi the exclu-
slon vrarloshl. and he had ntllrh trouble
keep them quiet. would not not be
dangerous tor him under the circum-
stauces to accept any proposal Whlcal
-uld be worse lrom xationoiist
point of view than the one he arcepzed
as the limit?
it he is lncllned to give way to-the
vnlonlst claims-‘as the Government is
inclined to do-the restricted measure
or aelhsoveinlnenl. w b robbed or
any beneiits and blessings which it orig-'
sin w Mr.
Norlll are entirely opposed to partition.
and are calling upon the xatlonnltsts
or the south. East and west to supbo
their opposition. it is not clear what
Mr. Redmond’: views are at the present
' s, but there need is mistake
about popular ieellngs, which is entirely
as to the partition or Ireland, per-
manent. or temporary.
pears to some people that the
be rejected. and that there is an under-
etween Lbs Llbcrnln Incl
lonlud-who Illll all comblne when
one way or the other. erals
Ire evldontly nnxlaue ta get out cf of
nee. and ‘Ie think by Lhls llllte (but Mr.
The wonder is they have ltept it up
The loilowiug smounus hare been re
celved this week by Denis A. siislilssy.
Natlnnnl Trensllrzr ot the lrish Nnllnn-
ol volunteer Fund Committee;
Philadelphia “Ill-iIl'l[.lal Cnuncll.
per Julln Haney isecond ln-
slsirueuii.. . . ..,t:,u-iil.uu
Jeremiah Flnhnvnn. Ansonla.
c0NTRiBUTl0NS To An .
THE MEN OF IRELAND.
Patrick K ,.
T .1 he I) ' - izis
Jhhll bouncy. -ii. " llw
and J. A. DqnneliyDo;-igeny
inane a. ' AN‘
Pntriik Ryan lam
V J Fold, lhrutlgh y p C 1‘7N.l
h Cumiteliand its
anus illtChl.ln xew York 3”“
be furnished bereniirr,
- to pressure or gm,
possible to publish the comp].
subscribers tn the lush xs
H It llll El
It will be prinioell'l..,‘“,,'"“'
Jahn Redmond is not at all pleased
with the treatment he is receiving. it
e iotlou-ell Parnell‘: example he would
retuss to allow his Party to become thc
slaves and tools or Enxlishmzn. and he
would have done much better. ‘
EMIQRATION FROM IRELAND.
Population Gollstantly Shrinking
for ast . ixty Years-Lack 0
Town and Country Life Goin-
patl-ed-Marrlageh Few and
Birth Rate Low.
Protessor C. H. Oldhhm recently read
a paper on fjrhe incidence or Emigra-
n on Town and Country [Arc in lre-
lxnrl" before B. meellng D! the Stall
lost and social inquiry Society or ire
Proresscr oidhum said population has
been shrinking continuou
A BY! It
ecome normal i
In the tlecnde lrorll 190]
ll t e nunlher of f llleh rose
from 910.335 to 910,718. nnd the inhabit-
ed houses is rose from 358,158 to
in the yen lsiis-2 the populs.
tion or lreisnd was estimated to ha .
risen by 1,931, an , ugsln.
1911.12 to have risen by l,ioz-tbs nrst
instances or the kind since ths solitary
c s at tho year 1876-7, when the popu-
grntion oi 2,224,059 men and 2
women. .. . -.
Taking the counties oi lreishd sepa.
rntely. there are eight counties fro
Ithirh women lime emigrated to larger
dustry and the shirt nnd collar industry
at this uoythorn pro.-ince.
reslly startling to ii
8 and alll
toulltrle: in the rust that the male sex is
e lack or employment tor women
ireiand was part ol
result or vi
ltural -it sees duri t inst tour
decade I’ or oidham said a
satisiaclsrv veature or t res ror
e as i . on
solid sound, and genuine bull: ‘(or the
cmri I t i soul
to rind euiplayinent
nrsrrisd wonieu. Under the prp
lnrrehse." 5... M
e gap caused hy
nre sot rate or emisrsrlon .5
duce probably one-lull ot the wenlth:
the country. .
The rrotessor ga.-o the ligures or Lht
urban population and those of the run‘
population. as obtained trom ills csnsus
since 1 . and the
the whole voliulatlon to lilo. Thus M1!
19. persons lived in th-
and 66.5 persons in 9
try." ln the arts or using a most r
tile soil in the business or ngrlculruro.
lrelond --is but a’ ruined lsnd, wanted
and withered by tbs titty-yesrs-lop:
struggle to se is the question of land
tenure. l-ience and so grievous is Lbs
contrast now visible in the town and
country lite at lreiand.
AN IRISH PEASANT SONG.
> y l.o-.isr lslot'.r.l1.GU1xr.t'.
i knead and l ship. but my ills is low
oh: i long lo be alone. and walk abroad
vet ii i walk ‘alone, and think oi
' naught at all.
Why, l'rnlTi me that's xttuhs. should Lha
wild tcars tall?
The show-er-stricken earth, the curd!
colored streams. ‘
They breathe on me awake. and inosn to
me in dreams.
And yonder Iv)‘ fondling the hroke cu-
lt pulls upon my hehrt till the will
The cnhin door looks down a mm
And tar as Leighlln Crosu the heme
Ire green Ind '
But once i hear
lln’s hed ts tn
The toolishuess is on me. Ind "'
sti l: h’
the lilltkblrd ln Lei‘
H A 2 Irlld
. -:o o
THE BARDS; 91‘ OLD-
in Europe. except France; is; the again‘
rate is rather too high tor a populatlon
o largely rural; and up the Irlsh
emigration. though much diminishes go,
the last. twenty years, is still some-
Igilaf. larger than is economically desir-
s e -
what caused the decline we, the low
birth rate. which arose iron the rigor
the country over twenty.years only
44.8 are married
women in lreiand in 1911 be-
Inna III been ruched.
To star the decline or lrish
tabulation what In: most required was
(A. 1-ronslsnion from tbs lrish.)
- SEACHA. DEAIM
pg r be dead; -
For the Saxon woit bath cl-er! 0“ "'
told. . - d .
and his voice is heard instei -
. : lt-
'rhere were rsars and hrs in that M4
, l as-ie. . ,‘
whose coldut word wha a aoultui'i:;'
Ah. Gad? bow iron hearts Were" X
y wall at s csoiner barn
Butyohl how their chords ass
‘strung 5 ha
when the might or the D”
. chanted: mu
music lived In the old
en loxe toads beam.
made rush. .1 min
and men wrought deeds Asst“ :2
ya mlnurellhlai v
and minstrels there were -r o
could no mortal plow’? "”'
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