my 25, 1914.
I Che 5aeLic Glnenlconi
was TO AID VOLUNTEERS.
mmolphia Municipal Council
Hag Planned Monster Athletic
Garnivzil and Picnic, the Pro
was of Which Will be Turned
over to the National Committee
for the Purchase of Arms for
the Men in Ireland.
;iH]LADELPHIA, Jul)’ 20.-The
poiisclelhhiu liunloival council or thei
Er, Voluntterlruict lasidllghl in thei
0, H. Cluh. 1608 West Broad islrtzloi
1. use recently llet d weeltlyl
W srlendld Progress oein; nrarilrested
an ill sides
is announced in at week’: LlAH.ii.:
,turnn.i.v. s gre t uttiletic carnival ud
will he held at central Park,’
this great gala'dey will he
' ahornte scale than ever
ierore attempted by the men or Phllhr
iielph . g
mating in true Irish rssiiion will
te one or the many attractions at the-
gs, which will he held under the
iushlcts or the Philadelphia. Municipal
Council. There wli he eels, i‘ .
nrirnpllilss und iigure dancing or all
- danced the music or
, Exhibitions or Irish nisnursotures
will prove an interesting feature of Ills
Isiirn. Those desiring oothu for
i. Buidley. at the Irish-Ameriun club.
lzi. Spruce sltl'eeL
The etliletic ieatures. including box-
bouts. to be provided
It the drum
its and wrestling
netball match and an
Qxllillillon hurling Ill-llL'l'l. The rivalry
rettignized ability will address the us-
iiialage on the recent political and
s or the t-omniittee are
ytia Tile orncer
ianies Reilly. chairman:
rite-chairman ni re-
tordi g and corresponding secretary,
Eduard r a
will he d every Sunday morning at
the ll'l5h-American Club. ' ‘I26 Spruce
Several pnrsonsthere hue received
letters iroru their klnsiolk in IrelInd-
tisirust and dlsiavor.
that would be rock llllou
iubveinent would perish as
Army oi De
irinies the wide W that they
be kept tree from the destructive innu-
Personal con ihu uns amounting to
iris were received last nl hL A coin.
issue or [Ill collection or runds to arm
the Irish Volunteers nt home. ‘ i
THE LIMERICK VOLUNTEERS
Latter From Kilmtilloolr Tells oi
the Progress of the Movement
in That Section and Condemns
The iullowing very interesting 1011'"
‘Is received rroni K nialiock. county
Limerick. u iew days use by W P- 5'-
Kenuedr or Perth M
Ainho. - -la 0
the men who took part in the attack
an the police uurrack on the night 0'
llarih. 3. iss7- >
Kilmallocir, July 9. 1914-
k r irr. - eel
[‘;:mcd tor not writing you this ‘"5
hi“ have not been In verr 800
iii and could hardly take an inter-
:l in Inyllxing. hut i promise now to
‘ I hetter correspondent in ruture. l
"2 received 'r
movement to l "
given I vary poor return ior the [hour
sands or hounds t
Afler all niiirh praise ls o-iliig to Sir
Edward Carson, ior siiigle-tinudall he
has done more tor his I‘
Prmian-Itlori to arm ii
iii he let me 0
-cnt y terms oiterod tlicni.
sutli is the (unions l'-lad:-r‘
w that iircilous to
e csnis these
litter helped him to get control or the
movement reverrliodyi ireland or
y spirit and utterly Rerlmond'I
lrli-nrls are disgusted at iris interior-
erice-Iv n the oiuntocr movement n
rier his control l hei ve will no
good. a i re r very much that on no
ourit or IuiJilIl's iritei-rerence the
volunteers will shortly split up into
sertlonsf Already this is occurring in
e policy oi the Exevutlve oi the
volunteers was perfectly sound-non
without amendment it
Rule Bill passed
i It would call
would no Home Rule.
it cvcn as it stood a liill hr the thor
ough and coniilloie silbiusallon oi Ire-
land. No power. were in it to do any-
You saw this in your lmlier. Tits
GAELIU It.iir.niu:a. on the contrary, Ire-
land afterwards would have 42 ralrreeenr
lathe: in the London Psrllnment: is
i those wouldrht Unionists, lenvi 2
for: when any little law the Du
llnment might.-pass wls vetoed Ireland
had no iorce in the ndon Parliament
to put it righL- Again. it the Dublin
Pnrllunicnt tried to exceed its not or-
ore you can go .
now what u nretty mess no (Redmond)
has hrmighl shout. ’
There is one thing. though. in the
sunrta, yet have n great iollovrlns. nnd
longing tor the -
. olunteers seemed the only hope
no or his Party will not oriend tlis Govv
erumenl. by asking it to wit drew the
Arrns Proclamation. oh. no: that would
,. ans. lr Volunteer:
nts independent attitude
ey would he this to prevent iniuetlce
attempted by Red . 11 V
d he uhia to cnrorce that every one
o . would
grahhlng the plums.
niond saw this. rinunce such u inuu
rrom AniorlcI'.’ it makes too sick to
think or it.
you would like to know how the vol
Ilnail nunrhcr. thoushr 11"" ""1" "
week: i uni in them and have ID“
ta ta drill. although i sin solos
throng e “M I
viere with rnl earrmuieen about them
‘ i d r drill ll poor -2 ye!
'"“" “M” Sc o l hellevu only
"""‘.r:,m-122.. June l was at u ii-I-de
t olzllllnerid uoo silo or ‘I00 marched
ndinrtl oi Kil-
lso iroru the surrouoad WW '3
alt lllrv nisn
therein 5 ,0" Re .
ll Ina. 0 '
admit. i hope my '1“
VOLUNTEERS’ FIELD DAY.
First Regiment Will Hold Its An-
gramli-lo Arranged for the Occa-
sion-Lzlrge Contingent Will
Come rem PL" ’ ‘ "
INIS IAHEE or TllE sii
HISTORY AND LEGENDS.
l3y Francis Joseph Bigger.
NTS AND SCHOLARS, ITS
All lrlshmen in New York and Vlclnr
lty are looking lorvurd Wllh great has
leiesl lo the iorihronling field day of
l a First Regiment oi Irish Volunteers.
Wllivh ulll he held in Celtic Pirli on
Sundly. August 9.
rue programme Irranged by lPie‘IL>
tile mmmlllre id
have been Irrnug-.-:l between
the hurling and ioothall teams oi the
First Regiment and the Robert Emmet
hurling tcnni Incl shamrock loothsil
tennis oi Philadelphia.
The seventh Regiment and Iboui l.-
500 irlcnds will ram is Lrong mntilr
gent iroin Philadelphia and on arriving.
M. on the dny oi the games will pro
reed direct to the park. ..
events Irrnuged. ror are
t the Penna)'lvInlI Depot at
iuedal oi honor race. etc. .
s. and I most interesting an
instructive ieatura will he I lnam bob
Every Irrnngemerit to provide ior
nerict-t order nod to ensure the conziort
of visitors is being made, and it is
corilldently expected Llut the annual
uicnic. games and review
will surpass un)‘1.hlng yet
or this year
RUIN OF IRISH FISHERIES.
British Government's Policy Is to
Destroy the Industry While
the English and Scotch Fisher-
men Have Received Subsidies
and Are Aided in Other Ways
le we complain of the decline at
d carrying on sucressiul
lishlns. The Irish lishermcn. hovi-ever
lack the facilities Ind
video i r o
in Irish Waters lael
o the value of Hanoi), and
the total value oi the lien oi all kinds
captured hy the Scotch ilect Came to Hp
0o0,i70ri. The value o the den caught
lust year by lrioh fishermen was onli
he Irish llsherien are Capable of en
ormous development. hu
from a practical point or view are oi
little use. There is In army oi
cluls paid salaries as large as are halo
public umciull Iuywhnre, but. their Drin-
cinnl dutleu seem to be t
some upcschiiyli-lg. Then photographs
Ire taken a p iogranh and
up hot uppenr In the papers. So the
IAITG end had too muc his
. II oi t
Immense In Ireland: the l'eII lntereshs
of the eollntry Ire being overlooked. If
the scotch ilshe cs are worth 924.00 a
000 I year Ind tl‘ie.Engllah fisheries Ira
Facts are stubborn things. Ind it is
stick it lhrougn, fol‘ drill is not It It!
iullest In one! matter Tell me Where
i may be uhla to get (what hooirsellar)
the U, S Intunlry Ind CIVI.ll'y drill
My letter. then, in a runner deliresk
ing one as a whole; yet the hrignt side
might wins Ilnng. o power
on earth can Iuppreal lrclund may more
i believe ‘he zoo.ooo or 25o,ooo that
tould be !I ed in Ireland would
fully prepared withsiund with is
family are very
We Ire Ill right and no ll Cllilll
where Fuu Wt possession of the gun on
evettiiul morning 0
and in little hand with you Id ior
l elund. At least you kept. the ting
M7 in the time oi dluger Ind hoot the
i-utriotic fcellns continuous.
Let it be our nrsyer that the grand
old rare will come to its ancient soieu
or. old nati my go don
vv shall write mu
on Iguln.-spurs very sincerely,
, mils u'l<ii::rrx.
Mr. P. )1. Kenuav. ' ' ' r
Having just heard lrom the Secretary
oi the County Coullril or Down that the
land Lonimlssioncri hud tested
the snilquiiln or lnlbllahee in siran .
ford Laugh, in the Counrll. I Ihotlghi I
cw lines regarding the ruins Ind
legends or this most hsuuliiul snot
n.iEl1i he or interest.
I mliier of
still left on this historic island are nail‘
‘to be preserved rrorn (urihcr dcstruc.
tian. The sdiolnlng lands ssi-lag heen
sold to the teulnis. the Cnrrinikaiailers
had the matter brought before them
Ivllh the lhove Very satisfactory result.
It in ll.IIl I had
almost dtsnllred of Iiiccesd. hut. lhil II
gn us strsngrord Lough
l'Ii railed. has rlluch history Ilnrlg lil
shores and on its three hundred lalllnda
And on the created hills, which add '90
much tiuly n sunshine and in
long-dlstuncs days or when the shadows
0! lieeC)’ clou I chase each other Ilcrusi
Island-hludded lurhce. F‘roIII ill-
glcaniirig tier Ind the on rough d
clivltira. Ind ever in night the crunilil
ing lnittle i an iicien cacti
with many 1 cuucute oi ploughlund
on lrinis-lliahee ItIelf u whole volume
might no written. out a little must lul-
ii The carl Celtic salnl-I ii-lend
Ind convert or Saint Patrick himscii-
saint lioohni ilil heel
island gets its name. Ii
I, and evidences
iatts alone we should consider. Facts
prove that Irish Depailrnunts, instead
or heing s boon and u sing. re a
idllui-e and n b.irrle on is
state (7! things as regards the man fish
ernianniscrcdilahle. The Irish usher-
xlinustcd he can do noth-
lng. But. the English llshrrmen Ind the
Scotch ilnherlnen received did. And tor
elr eloquence to It-
. Itrlngla wilt Ihould be I
great industry. will the people whom-
uelvel do Inytlzing!
PITTSBURGES IRISH DAY.
Fine . Programme Arranged Io
Outing in Keunywootl Park on
‘ July 28.
PI1'l'SBURGH, July 30.-An lnterentr
nounoed tor the
era Pennsylvania. w
In Kennywood Park on hlesdlir Jul!
28. The cltnlrmnn of tho oamnltuu n
Irrungamenlu, Jlmel Kelly. VIII recalve
entries ht. 612 Du uaane until
July 27 for the following:
Dr. Funk Gulllshar IlIVu' llvbhlt
Ind the nuoeoall teams or ntyiulon. Ne.
30 Ind No. 43 will Olly tor the Hlhnft
nlan eouuli tzhnnlmonnhlb. nlIYIng all
the Lie [line of June 17.
There will be plenty oi lrlnh slap
dancing. and beginning at one o'clock
the Irish orchcotn. Thomu Farrell Ind
liountl on the island conclusively reality,
‘as well us i e Cyilohcan masonry Bill)
to be iraicd
it was s nourishing gtroiighozrl when
rounder or its curly college. is the rare
lien! llll! ll9M.alI‘0d uripn I!
as this ltlochui. so turned in
old story! we are held his mother was
Bright, he, come some a tend r youth
lisrdlng Ivli " instructed by
the saint Ind hsritized. Ind hen gi en
special is Hi1.'riexi:el:erI and investors
Fora Limited Time Only
V 56 Frlilt Trees
y 59 Clllcliells
20 000 Hi. incl iiigorid iilldlile ldilrl.
This all Eur around BIHIBBIOW
ColLh5B Ind Llll, arm of
good vrorlurtire soil :
vlllh (ly ii-npi'ove-
Sllidll Ainnrilil Dawn. Sid Miililllly
linllow ‘Fl: Slucco lioiise. Slliiv and up
A lhllsty 0! mar houses to
select lrom. Terms like R0.nL
Keel‘ the prosperous and last-
groillng nlariufaclur 5 communi-
ties of Newark, elll,
w ', Plllnfaeld. Somervllle Ind
Bmmd Brook. where land is l"BDldr
1)‘ increasing ll: Value. On main
line of Penn. RR.; 35 minutel
rrorn . Y. city. coinrnute. no
i or ’phone tor rres
Railroad Tickets to inspect same.
Griffin & Moore.
26 Cortland: St.. N. Y. City.-
sulta lls. - rtnua liilz eo-tlundt.
Special inducement: to purclduerl
. of one ltro or more.
This was Ibout 43.1 A. I). and helrlro
Saint Patrick's iumoiis mission to Turn.
wlicn Morhnl was shout lhlrt.-en years
in later years the young herd became
rounder oi’ Drornnre. and the
rounder or iii.
Patrick gave I'bnciinlll to Morliul.
known as the riylnr rrozler. herause it
we have more down rroru
heaven. lwrhrile u relic long
treasured on the island
A elory is told or colrnan. when u
youtlirul ntllilt-nl or saint lilorhol, that
one day he arlrri the Abbot ror other
orlt to do, mid iiocnal told him to re-
move a grr-at rock over which the
, tasting ll into the rough. where
In-as ulled L'al'llK>ColmIl'l. or co man
in oil. ‘
‘ Many or tho old lrleh names along
Slrnllgiord anorcs Ind on
are lost or ouerr. names nubitliuled-<
.3: Dr. D‘Dollothn in in. Orduunta let
lter: iv:-lies, s pic Ire so lgnor
isrit"-nut ough rernuinr which, when
lnislro iogetncr. g i la let a light
iioo ln ullnrl man all curd nluccs
Looking at the little lilrhnr or. the east
side or til island. rernuiriirig 15 it w
constructed Ircll lgn tirrecn hundred
not as nl
ii:g his ilock between
suul Ind Bright. This Bishop son
who uitervi-urns took yoiiiixrlnlun away
with him. was the successor oi the ism-
ous saint Niniun oi wlilti-rrie, in Gallo
. There is one legend in particular that
will ever keep alive tho nuns oi saint
Mocha] the world over.
often told. I-‘ionriu Pilucleod nus woven
it into he u
timber to build their churclt on the
island. . ' -
seven score yonths out beam and -rattle.
seven Icoro hands urlscared in battle
Their nnotinted Ild did lend him.
is no at Ellledralgln (pronounced
B-llrdr-lnl. the blur. or 9 blue .
thorn. I nlare always connected
held in conjunction with the island
wait; back to the inland. tind with the
r en Ind hel l Elan GIY. when I
Imndroun thing In van An is root.
ed in the shade or u aruigin u oird sung
in in bronchus.
BI-ut no bird In Inclen! R0
Hllf lo IVBM. or loud I Itnln,
the Saint Invited. "This is reoutsod oi
us in building a clhitnh or God," adding,
‘Who with me?” and the
and the spell or Beluly
In upon him.
upon him. nor
"Where the lpldel’ hl7I:n her web.
iilsnop-niihoi oi Aonrlruiin, when 51,, ,0 mo", .1, , the gov.
island was doubtlrss giirn ovrr to him ‘mm, he, 3", r,,.,,,; gm, en. 11,, .3.
to round his scttlcinont Ind any on kw,“ mu." ;nm, 11.. Mm -rank it,
his missionary lnlmrh‘ it soon heearua hm, mm in .3 "15 "[333.
u plare nl or Ilrlly and lcurning, on well“ and -W the saint
or the (anions si-tiools which brought to ,,"k,.,,d 1.1, may up in, ne. Lie, "4
lreland the Ilellrcernt-d litlo or "Island 9 M, M, to m. im,,,;A A ,1,
of Saints and Srhnlnra Amongst some church ntood where I tiny one ionnerli
or its pupils or lama were Colman. the Datum, mo,’ mg eh,
hrethren ut-nrst did not recognise him.
and there Iru In oratory in this church
to his memory. Then he told hll tale.
he was, Ind 1
Abbot again, Ind the
or wood a
ear or: the ground. their wing? lapping,
their bodies trembling. waiting to send
tidings of prayer and re
a beat of their wings to the King or the
Everlasting." A Go oem runs-
A sleep without decay or the hndy
Mochll or Aondruirn slept.
eople o. the cm.-igregnilon
I’ the sage Wu
lie did not nnd out the descendants,
-lnrse melodies-dellgnrrul music
The Ingel in the shape of the bird. sang
in the middle or the wood, It the lea‘.
t e tree
rm; years each melody lasted.
ildchsi. "being renowned in virtues
Ind in miracles. I-I: called to h
hunger and Moville, hauling
their long bone irons Bangor over con-
llg to Movllle. and then entering Long
um: and making ror r
d an ll
fell upon the old Illlnnd, yiith only ILI
lune dwelling in the mind! of the
King John of Ellglund did not pulse
to wire a made his camp It
from FI0l!‘W0(ld to Downpntrick in the
the round tower ll the
church And other hulldi cur
trnced, wit nree great oncii-ding
ushcls. or stone walls. now largely
hurled or lweled
a petition to Lord nurley, stated it had
ex n ed upwards or "iowrs hundred
mlrkl" in bu din
blshons claimed Ind held
I 2 they misled
hour in tho Ilumbeivr. for through it
l.Il II Inc‘ hilt IVIQI NNI 011]“ Uri
into other Xinuds. Ind are
in the tenants vino till then.
At the north and or the island is tho ‘