M, 25, 1914.
I -Che Saellc Gmenlccm.
' ,. reserves oi patriotism and new
mm at atlon reeling ave heen
athed or tha existence ol which we
" ve volunteer is
My will ever induce
the (repll:lun'g weapon and go
he slave‘: he
'.,ll lorea ever wrest f
NW1. vihet irsud succeeded In doing
H, -32, The Tories Id co code a
hundred llama Rule mentlres torluy
' he the volunteen hack in the limho
nl tuillliles. in whit Ireland hn lain
,I long. and not only the Irish volun-
hut the volunteers or Ulster are
wt to t
to: their wer o
t:ll equally well to see u connict ne-
inern the rival volunteers, out in split
it III the attempts to arouse sectarian
“id political hlgnlry It is unlikely that
my will ever happen.
we srupow or A co.Vr‘Llc1‘.
what will happen in the near tuture
glove oi irientlship masking the tiger
will he exten all and both roreea
It the hallo! box is equ I
Undoubtedly the lrallot
Ireland or ulster should relinquish the
Is the past. when Ireland wna
unit to he lnvrded, England had no
troops to spare to protec r
rilh inextinguishahla hatred of
Irish traditions irllght ugnin essay to
sun whatever party in irellnd would
and those about to come to us must he
.. TRIOKINB ULSTER.
it is already evident that ulster nos
been tricked by the Engllsh'Conserva-
ties, that her leaders were led on to
hlld up a huge army mainly depending
than the turn of events In England
I: beyond the possibility I)! lny Eng-
twp: oi humiliation: and horrors drawn
“I Icloss the century. ‘
WHERE ARE THE’ Arms!
Ii?“ We -gain and again rescned
M“! elty or rule, appealingt the
tr,-, M at
hm 9: oi consistency d
haw iIlagloal.aati stupid it w
IRISH NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS WANT
ARMS AND WILL HOLD THEM.
. From “Th: Irish Voluntecr."
to restrict the Irish people Irene the
meat or an elementary right at
civilization. while Ilitrodilcllll an elah
the uxriedlerlry that dictates the reten-
tion. It not the original enactment oi
the proclamation is as ruinous to the
real Interest or Ireland as the restrlo
tlon I ports was a '18. nd the
Justice or the one is on'an enrt eoual.
y with the other.
LET rrrzu TALK.
we have heiore pointed out that all
academic matters should he kept out ot
the resin. There are enough people
talltips -in Ireland. And It resolutions
were ammunition we would never want
the Proclamation wtthdr wn. a man
who might not know the II t thing
ahout a ride might drait a very sensihla
resolution, or snake aa str ii
in sentiments were supported by every ‘
army in the Ivorl . Bill. then nobody
minds ea utlona much
is Ionlething at tho blcli ol them. Thera-
the place is not
the drill hall or the parade zl-mind.
DRILL FOR FREEDOM.
it should be drill and drill and drill
5 FOR THE IVGHTING
It is up to the time when more atten-
tion should he devoted to the ride. a
good service rill: should be kept it the
drill hull oi (very corps and expls
to the recruits, who id be tra
tn hnntiie it, to take it usunder and re-
overwhelming that n s
, The hghting blood and the hghtlng
I d It
latent enthuslustn of our soldier race
tor the weapon lth which Ireedom is
won Ind kept.
LIMERICK TEAM WINS.
4Ll.ul:RlCK. July 10.-in the Munster
t ra w
Limerick. 3 goals; Ti pe an, 3 go
1 point. ‘in Iunior toothnll Tipperary‘:
representatives had a great victory over
the south Liberty (Limerick) selection,
h I o get.n mark i the scor-
ing register, whllle Tipperary made 6
goals 5 Points.
Not only does the score appear
the senior hurling match, but
the pink of condition, and this mt wu
the rull measure of their oppvne '5-
The Iarwarda were rcellent. a the
coring tin hi very rarely missed
the opportunities ntrorded them. he
winger ntre a hacks could not
ave been improved on. The 2
set hy L erick -as exceedipxiy 1-st.
and it was pretty well maintained. The
r-edamore selected represented Mm’
wnxrolill BEATS. KERRY.
TRALEE. county Kerry. July in.-
1-houaands thrnnsed rrai a
see. In lteldins
Ing The western men seemed trained
round. some determined ruahcs were
ach lnzd every
, must nut
he lanted tor the iiig score registered
against Kerry. others Iho did xncui
sheridan (goal-kceporl shone out prom-
intntly, while rhl-inn. the Kelirtrdy
mothers, Tom Doyle, 0'Mnara and Dlvk
ilanrahan eaniun work. The more
: weriord, 2 goale and
in the second halt wexiord added a
goal and 2 points to 2 polnlll scored tor
Kerry. mailing the result-wet ord, 3
goals 6 pninu: Kerry. 2 polnln
RESPECT PHYSICAL FORGE
Captain Wlxita Talia Volunteer:
to Rely on Their Own Deter-
mination und Sell-Sacrilice.
t a large lneetlnxr held at clogher.
county rlonaghan. on July 6. over and
Irish Naiiotul voludteerg were present
The volunteers went through many In-
trirata military evolutions.
captain white. who reviewed the vol-
voluntee to one a in ol
mutual respect amongst all sections or
lridhnnen e waa only an or
wag not a notion light they
were engaged In. it was a great national
use. The orangernen had aet the ex-
thtng he wished to say, a
i. would not he suppressed hy the press,
was’ that the great weakness or their
lorcn at the present time who want or
leaders, and without trained leaders
they could not do rnuc They should
not rely on the Provisional committee
the Irish Party. American money, or
I rue combined; the only thing that
they or any other iorce could saiely
rel on Wu Lhelr own determinntlon
Ker. Jnrnes O'Dlly, C.C., Clogher. cone
gratulated them on their splendid turn
He thought the time tor apeec
lneking was past. You have been re
crtlited, he oontlnued. to aateguard the
rights or all mshnlen. you have not
been recruited to nsht against your tel-
low-countrymen. nut to help them it
neceraary.> You have not been recruited
to stand hehind any man Train our-
selves, discipline yourselves, and ha
a clent army to tight, end, it
necessary. to die tor Ireland.
KILLING CATTLE TRADE.
Orders of English Board of Agri-
culture Destroying Ire1alid’h
Chief Industry. .
While the Irish Parliamentarians are
weekly picking up any lil.tle‘rrurl:lbd
that fall iron: the Liberal taole ‘null
tantely carrying out the Liberal pro-
gramme, the lrlsh cattle trade. the chlei
inilllstry of Ireland in being done to
The lmh Indualltul .I0ltl'yIt‘ll, or dirty
t. in an article headed “Death ‘Slow to
Irish cattle Trade," as s: .
t tear on the rutritllluna are
strongly col-rohorntrtil by a lueetlng oi’
. Slliord Cattle Illtl
sheep ‘finders’ association at lhe cai-
tle Market Hotel ittanchester.-on lion-
day. June 29. The Pi‘-ealdcrit, Mr. J.
P. arrne, slid they had ruched a crisis
in the history or the Irish cattle trade.
Two weeks ago the Board or agr ul-
ture stopped i:,llIlIl sheep and l,totI head
I eattla tram Ireland
owing to an aile e
the Hon e
a mistaken tuae.
mouth eaee at all.
that statement, though the e
lrkeohesd on that ltionduy
cattle at Birkenhead he removed to thc
various centres (or slaughter and yet
cutie ht Mode Wheel have to be liiiledl
yer [ha loss of $10,000 or 212,000 which
in: to the standstill
issued to the Inspectors at
phru oi landing should he unit
and to know hy whore ordera were the
marked Animal: killed at the various
cattle dealera hardly
"The Board or agriculture. he added
might eventually stamp out the disease
nut that would ootur aner they had
killed the cattle trade.”
' nu KICKED. T00.
in ma lltlll villain of Perdlmra I
wannrl committed Illicldk hy Bulging
e. At the lllberll
L I I
. I th h
”E""“"n:’,',:::m::, W ry "mil: tho: llemllnd nlet. with a terrible
pm" M m xmzxtotd men as. so- 'u," said the hushand. hearing a
I llilfc lll llltll‘ IIICCQIG.
:,d,',"$x,m:I,‘.teKerry were rliinlla st
I hip team.
dolls: I bushel when Lhey [nl ripe."
. IDEAL IRISH COLLEGE.
Dr. Douglas Hyde Phys Glowing
Tribute to Excellent Work Car-
ritrl on in St. Entln's-Edncn-
tion Should Not Be Divorced
From Nationality-Pnst Pupils
of Institute Distinguishing
Tllelneeives in National llni
Th! ltnnuli liporla Ind reunion of the
n the college grounds.
Alli-r the shorts an Interesting drains,
It pnllhg an incident ll
gn or cash in the
a. was vrml-nud hy the
H. renrse, B,It, headmaster at the col
lrge. introduced Dr. Dourllaa Hyde, who
lstrlhured the school print.
Dr 3 e. n the course or
an address in English and Irish, paid a
me was trying to realize. and
were the conditions he waa striving to
had a country. hut men
and (choral: like st. ‘
in; back Ignin the cnnsclouaneaa 0! be
nrs buck. or rather
of Ireland, only In in-Iit.ati
for’ his encouraging remarks and tor
his kindness in distributing the prizes.
lie congrntnleted the , one I
the acholnstic and in the athletic com-
ironl tha st‘ “ale Dill! ihroltgh
their university rourlle . in year the
won their or t llrgrre In the hi
to add a
credit. st. Erulan had hi-en a atll-read,
Ilroreloro, in showing how Important r
lnitlor tu ultlultlon the national spirit
They were trying t wed together
again the old spiritual oud heroic tru-
I the cast. and they found that
y were also we
tolleges, as evidenced h -
min: and other allccessel they had Won
in the Sstionai l'niVer1ll-)‘
DRILL MUST BE MASTERED.
ilaior Gerald ueeee, n. coole, who
ran eomrnane or the Irish ttohal V
unteer organization in westmeath. is
l'lnVOLll'lK All his time to ill! work. which
IF to him I inhor at love
a an address
to practice are patience and tel!-m
It will, he says. he I lime cl drudgery
11 who is Worth his hit.
musketry and held practices are under-
iiltilnllta TEE VOLUNTEERS
our pantry corrupnndenl. etataa. say:
the Dublin Independent of July 9. llll
a curious development ken place
the Buntry yolunteer movem L A
strong corps as e n I ior
some months and they possessed great
cienry and atttltud cite a
oi Nltlonllists were include in II. as
per alan a P estanta an Con-
hlld lnotelll of out there are two bodies
at Vlvlullteeri, one Icluaoriedxinx til!
2' A‘ ‘dfjx: rt‘-,.‘.evva.wrm.e.e-var--rt;r v ‘. - .
Redmond And the
F. I. Idhorenllv hold-
ing on to the origins pa It)’-mnon-Doiib
km) and llllll-QEPLII .
The Limerick resolution. calling for
the repeal of
mid Al-t mine no at the B
diam and ninirirt council meeting yer
[leadership at Mr.
other. mlinly a.
would take no all-)3 to have the rec V
ruailon withdrawn. could have
that done it they wished.
.' rd, and the resoiu
lmn In marked read.
OMEATH IRISH COLLEGE.
Professor Maclloill Says the Es-
tablishment Will Bane Teach-
ing of Language an the Oral
Gaelic of Ulster.
The openinl or St. Brigid‘: lrlih Col-
y Louth, on July 7.
llir. Doinn, Mn‘... Itrtlee. yror
lesaor Eoin hiM:ls'blll, who repre
tng III e
the third nearest diocese-his own-
tna clergy and the iaoopla were under
a oloud oi sorrow, trom which he him
hell did not escape. owing to the death
or Lhe the hiost Rev Dr.
Tohili. an old trlend at his. a great.
Irishman, and a sincere mend or
the Irish language.
They had heiora them In that college
lrlsh language spoken in omeath-the
language or the people as they spoke it
tho lrlsh ol tha
There was no substantial dllterenco be-
faithful remnant-of thu people of his
That college had been established and
pose or basing the
had reminded them that geographically
they were cleared as in taster. But
the houndary that separated them tram
the geographical Province or Ulster urns
a very narrow one. I
across it easll- at some place. without
being a good awlrnrner, a
that made them assemlila there In that
roliege was one or t
the little grographtcal line was nothing
u p r would he more, than
a geographical Ilne.
lrihh language, land the worli they
nhi.-h would absolutely deiy and nullity
any or those hints or mam ur nations.
II had hecoma to mine or the Britons
in their own days at Roman tturiremacy
as a dried law at Providence that the!
and the Romans should never DnrL Bill
the par ag gth.- eels-
ly Newt. Sierra Leone. West Africa.
Ireland's New llleailoll.
Have you men the new Irish paper
“THE IRISH VOLUNTEEIIT’
organizing and equipping of the
Your homa county and lownlartd ll
preparing tor the fray. write tor the
paper and sea ow you eat. help. send
a dollar hill and it wiu reach you weeltiy
or t e ntha all your
order now and it will tllch lhi next
“Lack here, Mr. Ediw exclaimed
an Irate caller: “you referred to me
yesterlily It A reformed drunltaril. You
mull Apologize, or I'll Itle your paper
(or lihei." v
, Iir.” replied’ the editor.
vrtricl the alaleml-nt cheerfully.
I'll say you haven't rerormed."
COUNTY COURTS, IRELAND -
1t'RlsDlCTl0.x' - CORK
Knockarullon (otherwise ilollyhiil) Bal-
lino-n In county or corn, married
a ma. Admlnlntrhtrix tie hauls non
oi hiichnel Crowley. s nr., or Knnckur
cullen atorepald in the rounty or Cork.
iarme deceased, Ptsintlir. ELLEN
LEVI or Knocliacullen aioreeaid
widow and Adrniulairllrlx or Michni
Crowley. Junior. oi annie place, iarmer,
decull-il. Defendant. -
TAKE NOTICE that by an order of
in tho “Cvlella Amuitan
World" oi notice 0! the
-ree should he deemed g
vice on y Ii that lh: time Ilithin
whldh you lhollld IDDIIIO cuaoeL lrld to,
or Vlry Lbs II d Decree should be I1!
and the following
should be Like]:
1. An account od what is dun to
the creditor: of the slid Mitlllei
Crowley. Senior, duulaed.
2. An account or the tunei-at ex-
8. An account of Lhn personal
eatata of the said deceased co
the hlndl of Lhe Plnlndt or 0! ma
Defzndnnt or of the and Dian
Crowley, widow Ind Adnzinlstru
at the la Michael Crowley.
ed or to my or either of
at my ohhor
‘ or. deans .
them or to the hands
or Title (inland) Act, 1591, de-
volved to or becomo n his
personal representative and which
should be administered in
Ind what lncumbnn
a d prior-ltlea (hereol. and
which of such inarmhrancena con-
earh incnmbrancer res
tlvely on root. or their several
aa aloresaid are outstanding or un-
An inoulry who are t e o rt
or the uni
time or his death, and whether any
or them are slncs dead and ii so
who is or are their legal personal
rcvmneutaure or representatives
7. An account or all numd receiv-
wly ol advancement or other-
and that the said inquiries and ac-
eounts he completed hy the
clerk or the crown and peace he
the time at the implication at this N0-
lice you will in defllllt of your ranking
Iuch application as to hereatter men.
ttoned ha hound or the proceedings in
the above lull In Lhe Ime manner as
if you hid arlginally bean made I pnrty
to the suit. lllli that you may nttend
the proceedings under the shove
cloned Decree. xnd It )
auhaeouent sitting to cancel, vary. or
add to the said Decree.
Dated this nth day or Juno, lsu.
. st. .1. o'cox:<ELl..
clerlt or crown and Peace
tor the county or Cork.
.1 ‘IRA wot.
' solicitor tor Ltte rlalntln.
To John crowley and Ellen Ah
“‘“"‘ “"’“' “’ ‘ mwley) two at the children 1:! the
was Ildanager uaisrr VOLUNTEER. .. said lillch wley, senlo g
5 ztdiddla ahhey street. ce . or it sad to their personal
Dublin. Ireland. ropreaentauves and next-or-lrln.
Telephone: no) Styveung
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Headquarters lor Uhiiorrns n! the lriah
Ordtrs No. Ii. -
Servic: unilorrns mnsistinl of Khaki hi-ougen,
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