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understanding with Moscow. Bad trade and unemployment have been greatly aggravated Government weakness. • ike recent truce in Ireland has been » farce. All th« evidence goes to show that the Republicans never intended the present comerence to succeed
31 October 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

understanding with Moscow. Bad trade and \inemployment have been greatly aggravated by the Government's weakness. The recent truce in Ireland baa been farce. All the evidence goes ahow that the Republicans never intended the present conference succeed. .1 cannot
31 October 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TWO PROBLEMS.

THE TWO PROBLEMS.

411 6.( 411 ., on Monday. So fax as is known the tt2, 4 nnittee which was set up to discuss the DoEobservance of the truce in Ireland did „ yesterday, and will not do so before A lt legC afternoon. The inference is that this ,Aty, l°ll , .eame before
15 October 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A BIG SCHEME.

A BIG SCHEME.

The Special Committee appointed by tlie ri»h Peace Conference to romuder various questions relating to stricter of the truce in Ireland met in London this afternoon. The Sinn Fein delegates to-day took advantage of th- lull in the negotiations to right’-seeing
12 October 1921 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRELIMINARY PARLEYS.

PRELIMINARY PARLEYS.

report to be submitted by the Special Committee which sat yes- , terday afternoon with regard to the observance of the truce in Ireland, and it is possible that the Sinn Fein representatives may raise the matter' of the release of the Irish internees. THE
13 October 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
A CLVBMAN’S NOTEBOOK.

A CLVBMAN’S NOTEBOOK.

from a source which is thoroughly reliable I learn that all the discussions have been directed towards securing that the truce in Ireland shall be real truce. Sinn Fein Caution. It has been decided, I hear, to call an international conference of transport
15 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SINN FEINERS SEE LONDON.

SINN FEINERS SEE LONDON.

romtuittee appointed by /he British T'eare Conference to consider varim:s question relating to stricter observance of the truce in Ireland is meeting in London this afternoon. The Sinn Fein delegates today took advantage of the lull in the negotiations to
12 October 1921 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
IRISH CONFERENCE. Lull in the Negotiations.

IRISH CONFERENCE. Lull in the Negotiations.

Committee appointed by the Irish Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to strizter observation of the truce 112 Ireland, is meetm in London this afternoon. Siuu Fein delegates to-day took advantage of the lull in the negotiations to go
12 October 1921 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
BETTING AT ASHINGTON.

BETTING AT ASHINGTON.

evidence. ! A special committee, appointed the I Irish Peace Conference on Tuesday, met yes to discuss breaches of the truce Ireland. They are to report to the Confer- I ence this morning, and in the meantime no , communication has been issued. The Newcastle
13 October 1921 - Shields Daily News - Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
 
IRISH TRUCE. Conference and Its Observance. THE QUESTION OF THE INTERNEES. The Conference between the representatives of the Government and

IRISH TRUCE. Conference and Its Observance. THE QUESTION OF THE INTERNEES. The Conference between the representatives of the Government and

questions to be discussed today i» the report by t»pci ml committee which sat yesterday with regard the observance of the truce, Ireland, and it possible the Sum Fein may raise the matter o« the release the Irish internees. Mr. Chamberlain was better to-day
13 October 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England