February 1911
America;2/4/1911, Vol. 4 Issue 17, p387
This section offers news briefs in Ireland in February 1911. John Edward Redmond was re-elected as chairman of the Irish Parliamentary Party at their January 18, 1911 meeting. The London, England "Daily Mail" special correspondent found no signs of arming or sales of arms in Ulster, Ireland and the only drilling he found is potato fields for the early crop. The Nationalists were victorious everywhere during the municipal elections, including in Pembroke township.


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