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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

House of Commons —Thursday. ALLEGED BREACH OF TRUCE IN IRELAND. Questions appeared the paper in the names oi Unionist members rawing to alleged breaches of truce in Ireland by Sinn Feiners. Sir Haniar Greenwood, answering Sir John Butcher
27 October 1921 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
By Our Special Correspondent.

By Our Special Correspondent.

anticipated. although the conference was in session yesterday, important business relating' to the maintenance at the truce in Ireland was transacted For this purpose a committee of the Irish dele3ation composed of /he three military members, Messrs. Michael
13 October 1921 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
CONFERENCE OPENS.

CONFERENCE OPENS.

room. Although only preliminary matters were debated lit is now assumed that these included questions arising out of the truce in Ireland. In this connection the presence of members of the Irish executive is important. The Sinn Vein delegates dad not appear
12 October 1921 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HALF-TIME.

HALF-TIME.

THE TRUCE. Numerous questions appeared on me paper in the names of Unionist, members relating alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland by Sinn Feiners. Sir* Ham&r Greenwood, answering »»r John Biucher, said scarcuing by auxiliary police for amis and munitions
27 October 1921 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ACTION OF THE HEATH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

ACTION OF THE HEATH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

Gocernmsat end Sinn Fein repre_ eentativee at the London Conference to ezamine. among other matters. the question of the truce in Ireland with a view, it is eaderstood, to preventing breaches which it is alleged haw- recently occurred, particularly in the
13 October 1921 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FULL DISARMAMENT BEYOND HOPE BRITISH OUTPOST GALLANTRY, SUDANESE CAPTAIN'S' STAND.

FULL DISARMAMENT BEYOND HOPE BRITISH OUTPOST GALLANTRY, SUDANESE CAPTAIN'S' STAND.

of the f•pecial truce committee, it is understood, followed a •reference at the conference to thie observance of the truce in Ireland, which was one of first questions discussed. I There had been various occasions re!cently, it i 8 alleged, when the truce
13 October 1921 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IRISH FLAG IN DOWNING STREET.

IRISH FLAG IN DOWNING STREET.

Committee appointed by the Irish Peace Conference consider the various questions relating to the stricter observation of the Truce Ireland, is meeting in London this afternoon. The Sinn Fein delegates to-day took advantage of the lull in the negotiations to
12 October 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Completely Outmanceuvred by Mr. Lloyd George. By Our Parliamentary Cerrespendent. Thursday Night. Whatever his faults the Prime Nlinister is a

Completely Outmanceuvred by Mr. Lloyd George. By Our Parliamentary Cerrespendent. Thursday Night. Whatever his faults the Prime Nlinister is a

Coot* and Mr. Donald. Most of the questions related to the holding of Sinn Fein courts, and to alleged breathes of the truce in Ireland. It is an odd circumstance that the old love of these reactionaries for the Chief Secretary—who • year ego, when he was
28 October 1921 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
IRISH CONFERENCE.

IRISH CONFERENCE.

questions to be discussed to-aav the report special committee, which snt on Wpdneaday, with regard to the observance the truce Ireland, and possible the Sinn Fein representatives may raise ihe matter of the release of the Irish internees. , Air. Chamberlain
13 October 1921 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE SPECTRE!

THE SPECTRE!

is 287,013 A special committee, appointed the Irish Peace Conference on Uicsday. mot yesterday discuss breaches of the truce Ireland. They report the Confereii' to-day."—Extract. The Irish delegates have surrounded themselves with armed guards, who accompany
13 October 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England