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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY.

Hamar's deliverances in The House of Commons ye s terday. The Prime Minister ',supposed to be favourably disposed to a truce in Ireland. .1 deputation of the Labour Party has been over to Ireland to explore the situation, if not at his prompting, at all
08 December 1920 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH CONFERENCE

THE IRISH CONFERENCE

that a . Special Committee , was appomied to consider the various questions relating to a stricter observation of the truce in Ireland . Three representatives from each side form the Committee . At the outset of the Conference on Tuesday it was decided
13 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY 1 THE WORLD The Truce with Ireland and President Harding's suggestion for a Truce in Arms generally have not been followed by a Truce with the Sun, which continues to blaze down on our thirsty land. THE truce with Ireland and President Harding'
16 July 1921 - The Graphic - London, London, England
 
Netherfield Co-operative Society,

Netherfield Co-operative Society,

back without it? Why the boy forgot his song on Wednesday night? Was he thinking about the girls knitting jumpers? "A TRUCE WITH IRELAND." PRIZE AWARDS OF MERIT TO CARLTON AND NETHERFIELD CHILDREN. The 'annual prize distribution. concert of the scholars
25 December 1920 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TRUCE BROKEN IN BELFAST.

TRUCE BROKEN IN BELFAST.

morning, but the police prevented any serious outbreak. IRISH CONFERENCE ON THURSDAY. Truce Incident at Kingstown. The truce in Ireland came into force at noon yesterday, and to signalise the event n. yacht in Kingstown Harbour ran up the Republican flag
12 July 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EVE OF IRISH TRUCE

EVE OF IRISH TRUCE

been fixed 12 noon, July 11 (Monday). FRENCH OPINION ON THE TRUCE. The Paris newspapers are unanimous in welcoming the truce in Ireland, and express the hope that it will end in a successful settlement of the Irish question. Gaulois says:—lt is admittedly
11 July 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Thorny path to irish , PEACE. Labour Envoys’ Interview with the Premier. CABINET’S STERN DECISION. Truce while the Extremist Leaders

Thorny path to irish , PEACE. Labour Envoys’ Interview with the Premier. CABINET’S STERN DECISION. Truce while the Extremist Leaders

Greenwood, who has suddenly returned to London. In the House of Comrnons yesterday he said that There could be no successful truce in Ireland until the extreme leaders of the Irish Republican Army had surrendered, had delivered up their arms, or had been arrested
08 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CARLTON PARISH CHURCH.

CARLTON PARISH CHURCH.

made at the doors as the congregation leave the Church. TRUCE FOR IRELAND. A public meeting will be held in the Netherfield Co-operative Hall on Sunday evening at 7.1.5 to demand a truce for Ireland.• The speakers will include Lord Henry Bentinck, M.P.
18 December 1920 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY 1 THE WORLD The Truce with Ireland and President Harding's suggestion for a Truce in Arms generally have not been followed by a Truce with the Sun, which continues to blaze down on our thirsty land. THE truce with Ireland and President Harding'
16 July 1921 - Graphic - London, London, England
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

made at the doors as the congregation leave the Church. TRUCE FOR IRELAND. A public meeting will he held in the Nethcrficld Co-operative Hall on Sunday evening at 7.15 to demand a truce for Ireland. The speakers will include Lord Henry lientinck, M. 1.
18 December 1920 - South Notts Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England