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NO CHRISTMAS TRUCE IN IRELAND,

NO CHRISTMAS TRUCE IN IRELAND,

NO CHRISTMAS TRUCE IRELAND, SI’RPHISH ATTACK ON A POLICEMAN AND THREE CIVILIANS KILLED. Military Headquarters. Dublin.Jannouen Military Headquarters,lMiblin.Juinounec that at 1.1.4 Monday morning dance which armed civilians look part was surprised near
01 January 1921 - Gloucestershire Chronicle - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
A CLERICAL MEDIATOR

A CLERICAL MEDIATOR

CLERICAL MEDIATOR Archbishop Clone, Australia. who has figured prominently mediator the attempts to arrange truce in Ireland, and has had on® two conferences with Mr. Lloyd George, left London to-day.
07 January 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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END . Archbishop Clune , of Perth , Australia , who has figured prominently as a mediator in tho attempts to arrange a truce in Ireland , and who has had one or two conferences with Mr Lloyd George , has been staying in a West End hotel for the last two
08 January 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE GLOBE, BATPBPAY. JANUARY 1.1021.

THE GLOBE, BATPBPAY. JANUARY 1.1021.

political friends, however, could not be induced admit even the probability.” Following the apparent hopelessness of truce in Ireland, it is believed that the Government will extend the area of martial law u, * whole “of the country. “I RETURN TO PEOPLE
01 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SwHRjUT of Hit Mu* IBM tins oi tbo PacliOßieniory Union Ocngreaa qi Inbow jniiy not to tbo Invitation nominate I'qproMDtntivM

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unen>iToyed and Soviet government was recognised within seven days *a national down-tools policy would be declared. Prospects truce in Ireland are not enoouraged the first public statement made by Valera since his return to Irdi&ad. is a denial that there was
12 January 1921 - Shields Daily News - Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
 
A. S. H. M'KELLAR

A. S. H. M'KELLAR

immediate possession of land and a system of local banking. Dutlin Corporation vetoed discussion of two motions for a truce in Ireland. The second club test match was won by Australia by an innings and 91 runs. In order to expedite the naval programme
05 January 1921 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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I "SPORTS COURILtt." . papers Pre dominant Sports and for All "Sports." "Halifax Everin; Couricr. THE PINK. TOO LATE FOIL

is likely to he made. Archbishop ('tune, of Australia, who figured prominently as mediator in attempt.. to arrange • truce in Ireland. left London this morning after tieing in 'he metropolis two or three days. Alleged Plot Blur 0p tlbeTewert Sir George
07 January 1921 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Th - Lord Mayor of Sheffield (Alderman IV. F. 90.rdley) gave some sound advice to upwards of del q .

Th - Lord Mayor of Sheffield (Alderman IV. F. 90.rdley) gave some sound advice to upwards of del q .

workers of this country had been Only by thinking clearly could they make •s. They made a demand that there should Qe "truce in Ireland. Behind the demand was th e tl liinion that force was no remedy, while at kesine time they were clamouring for direct
17 January 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HETHFRINOTON't4 MART.

HETHFRINOTON't4 MART.

the first time, the full story of the endeavours wade by Mr. Henderson and Mr. Adamson to bring about 111 An informal truce in Ireland. to be followed by 111 Arrangement between spokes. awn of the Govemnient and of /him Fein of an open truce fur, say,
04 January 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

Archbishop Clune, of Perth. Australia, who has figured prominently as • mediator in the attempts to arrange • truce in Ireland, and uho has had on, or two conferences with Mr. Lloyd George, left London yesterday morning for Australia. I All the
08 January 1921 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland