A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH
Entered as second-class matter, Oct. 1, 1903, at the Post Office at
New Verky Ne ¥., under the Act of Cougrese of March 3, 1875.
+ DUBLIN'S TRIBUTE 10 THE OLD TONGUE,
Vol. H, No. 13.
Greatest Outpouring Ever Seen in Ireland’s Capital
_Marks the Opening of Language Week—Monster
Procession and Splendid Meeting—Significant
Features of the Parade—Stirring Speeches
by Douglas Hyde and Archbishop Walsh
—Gaelic League’s Greatest Triumph.
ORAJO ORjOSMAR At CRAIN ROIDINN.
D0 eAImMy 4n Cysoibin Aorbinn. or comarip an
pobait agup conbaipne pé—A Tigeapina - dpve
@apbos a5ur 4 Cdiqvoe So Léipts Derpiim Lib 50
Bpuil mo Cpowe 25 Lérmmys 1 Ldy mo Clérb
45up 50 bpuil mo Crore Lionca Le haoibnear
“ap bperpeint Com an pluss mop tonganrsé
reo. Ciaoubsipne ns€ pad Daile-sta-cliat
_ Haosvac, cra cubante nc prarb Darle-dta-clrst
vilip 00'n Cusp? Lip é Datle-Ata-cliat an Arc
ip, Bsevealaigse 1 né€tqinn anoip. (abaip 6).
45up ce’n pat? Mopip Etesnga 14 hEipeann
404 a5 cup medrs AZ ns ovoinit onta pein ager
soerptim Lid on DuUIne naé Kral meap aize aif
Féin ni berd mear ay Eimne ar, Turgeann
muimnctespi Barle-dta-cliat sup b'i Teanga na
héipeann 404 45 copan pyre Saodtarg inp na
osoimd antip agup cuiszeann prao sup dF
teanse na h€ipteann até 45 cui na meirce fé
cap. Tuigeann ftao Sup bi ceanga na héip-
eann 00 TUS Ondo. ainm Naomwh Psoztais,
andy, a5up tTuisedson- priao Kur Ut ean ye ne
héspeann 4 thupcaldcard mipnesé na noadine,
oxup, quo tp mond reo pan so LE,
ruigeann prov 5upb jf teanga na héspednn 4
véanpard ndipiun oéirinn ayip, pe pin md
tero pi n-a udipiin 50 dPse (Dualad bsp).
Ni'tmio 45 tHoro nd 4g clampayi nd 45 DI0/-
“ popaét te héinne;° cAtmio 45 vodanam Ap
n-oibyie Fein FO Mécanta,, Ace mé Carnicesp
cémptac optainn cporvpimio Leo (buslsd bor).
TAim10 45 Obsip Apt fon Bsorne eile 1 némeifzi-
cé, 1 Sapans, a5up + vtioptaib etle Le paca,
Act anoip TAimiv 45 obsipt “0'4. nOAornb Fen
anedge otipt pein (oualad bar).
Language section, which headed the
‘procession, comprised the branches of the
Gaelic League and eal
O'Connell's “monster meeting,”
and in order, discipline, organization: and
perfect arrangement of detail it far sur-
pointed out, that Dublin is now the real
centre of the Language movement, and can
. be truly called the capital of Irish Ireland.
.. P, We don't like Irish.”
‘On the wagon bearing this banner there
was a counter, behind which stood a post
on the outside a Gaelic
parcel away, so that )
Then the Gael coolly banded him another
and the same performance was gone through.
filling the widest
iously applauding the play. -
Then the band played “A Nation Once
the processionists sang, the
performance was repeated
oR Ok Sette A ear
deainst his petty and puerile attempt at
suppressing the Irish language and spoiling
GREAT SHOWING OF THE BRANCHES:
tableau. Craobh na
NEW YORK, APRIL I, 1905.
The branches of the Gaclie League followed,
Craobh Deilginise, 150 strong, and banner
‘atha Maighne, a strong
banner and branch choir, members wearing |
hundred strong, a
companied by three brakes, landau, tableau,
above referred to illustrating Gaelic
's quarrel with the post office.
WANNEXS AD EMBLEMS.
A splendid tableau was displayed of An
laidheamh Soluis, the official organ of the
Gaelic Craobh Bhrian Bhoroimis
aby brake ne new
Craobh Colmciile Sord were 158 strong, in-
cluding ladies of the branch, and were
headed by the Swords band, while a new
banner was carired. Craobh na Croise
and banners. They were headed by
Crumlin band, . while Irish poplin badges
were worn by the members, The Craobhaca
of Maighe Life or West Dublin Coisde
Ceanntair attended in a body, with Blanch-
ardstown brass and reed band and branch
The Ard Craobh formed a remarkably fine
contingent. ittee made
of France, Hungary, and Italy.” The cos-
the head of the procession was an a
vane Guard) from, Cumann-na-bPairtidthe
and pipers. Then came the procession
proper, led by the York street brass and
Peed band, and St, Columba’s brass band.
ber of tableaux.
pictures of the
tumes in each were faithful
i s the free nations,
DOUGLAS HYDE, PRESIDENT OF THE GAELIC LEAGUE.
Naomhtha Dun Droma was strongly repre-
sented. The Dundrum brass and reed band,
numbering thirty,’ I
AND THE INTERESTS
ed the. branch, and a
OF THE IRISH RACE
PRICE 5 CENTS.
O'NEILL RYAN ACCLETMED IN TORONTO.
an Irish Republic—Can
n,/ TO an Immense Meeting of Hibernians, on March
+ 17,'the St. Louis Judge
Proclaims His Faith in
adian Irishmen Cheer
His Utterances— At Subsequent Banquet
: He and Ryan of Buffalo Sustain the
70, March 18—The visit of Judge |
been made the occasion of a great
national awakening. The Ancient Order of
Hibernians turned out in immense numbers
was a no less remarkable demonstration than
the great public one.
Massey Hall was filled to overflowing last
evening on the occasion of the St. Patrick's
concert under the auspices of the Ancient
plause and enthusiastic recalls,
The singers who took part were ‘Mr.
Arthur V. J. Leitheuser, Agnes
ran, Mr. Frank Cart ie M, Cor.
bett, Mr. Ve MeGuii Master
Edgar Glynn. All these were encored again
and again, and Miss C Miss Cor-
bett were presented with handsome bouquets.
ism and brought forth the sparkling waters
Christi when: Ireland became the
e centre and cir
polite, of Europe—when
erected, at a time when England
rest of Europe were still sunk in the depths
nquet which | of barbarism.”
is time, when hundreds and thousands
f students of Ireland and
tribune that ever spoke from a platform, but
short of what Ireland demands and
hi use his appeals were made
to a British Parliament.
“ to you with deliberation that
nd I say
my individual judgment, arrived at after an _
orator of the evening was Judge
St. Louis, Mo. who was
i by Mr. J.
irman’ of the Concert Com-
McCauley said that to Judge
rt: due the success which
ied the Trish day at the St. Louis Ex-
Judge Ryan deserved the thanks
of ail Irishmen for his endeavors in behalf
of the spread of the Gaelic language.
ADDRESSED MAGRIFICENT AUDIENCE.
the evidence of the undying devotion of the
the memory of
JUDGE O'NEILL RYAN.
yan made a pleasing reference to
magnificent audience, and
id the day was commemor
ative of two ideals of the Irish race, one
‘obert Emmet the Protest-
experience of nearly twenty years in pursuit
of the parliamentary will 0” the wisp, is that
il mh rn
e ever hope measure of
that independence to which she is entitled
as a nation.
“Turn back the parliamentary pages for
and you as a
cause he was among the | them the Best and bes
S ing a last sorrowful °
and. women of Iretand. a ba vee land, turning to new lands with hope and
- enthusias1 ith th
times and in many places uf jon the ish there what they should have the opportunity
and upon occasions 6) before | Of doing in their own land.”
ev ne W re-awakening of Irish culture;
= | literature and industrial w going
have arrived at its full development,
" € the y shouldn't Irelan
banner and Stes were carried, and | ant patriot, and of Patrick, the priest of Dever, enjoy tl Oe
badges worn. Craobh Naoimb MacCvitin Most Hite ‘These tro. religiously differ) autely independent nation? That has been
Lusea mustered over ninety. Craol m- | ent, of every Ink : *
cille Atha Cliath’ contingent numbered sev- heart showed that the platform worth their salt. (Applause.) oF woma:
eral hundred, and pr a very effective | nati . “Believing that there is a God in heaven
i Oo and Catholic ali pplause.) . . “ . .
Roe. crath Mbaoil "Sreactl “Let the world understand that the Irish ree vist fo sive fis essing to all alike,
up strong with choir and ba! people, Protestant or Catholic, stand united | 44°, ‘ae, y ne fen cone eet at, come
peages displayed. Craobh an Tor Ireland, a nation amongst nations.” | themeans how they may, whether by consti-
parece ciel by over goo members and the | , He conveyed, the greetings of their) Teveictiony ax 1 think it must be, my prover
banner of branch. Cumann Congantoiri na “brothers beyond the borders; and id | rae Tee bem .
array, and Inchi pletely from jomination and make
i i hh na] emblem ever thrown to the breeze as the .
strongest in the procession, Cracth na seg of avgreat and entiely free nation.” of her a republic among the republics of
made active preparations, and were splen- | The bot ndary line, he said, existed to-night | Re earth" | q reat applause).
ore’ Cumana Conghan. | only in imagination, Irishmen were cele-
| ddly represent a er a eC | brating all over the world, and in every city | BANQUETED BY HIBERNIANS
ann na bhf oibre Sraid, York’ street | of the United States they were proclaiming . a
es . Sc efit | their fealty to a deatbless cause and their] Following the meeting at Massey Hall a
Brighid Craobh, Ard Easpuig Mbhic h-fil | thei feall deathl and th Foil hs tM: Hall
formed a picturesque contingent. An Craobh
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| determination to bring it to final victory.
Ryan Treland’s history
Patrick struck the dark rock of Druid-
banquet was tendered Judge Ryan, at which
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