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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 February 1899

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. VOLUME II. NO. 7. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DONEGAL. Immense Meeting at "Which a Branch of the United League "Was Formed. Great Enthusiasm Prevailed and the Unity Movement Heartily Indorsed. William O'Brien's Sentiments on the Question of Anglo American Alliance. ADDRESSED BY MANY PROMINENT MEN Recently in the County Donegal a branch of the United Irish League wasl formed under the most favorable circum stances. Addresses were made by mem bers of Parliament and prominent clergy men and inspiring letters read from John Dillon, Timothy Harrington and William Redmond. Great enthusiasm prevailed, and a warm welcome was tendered Michael Davitt, who made a stirring appeal for united action. The following was his exhortation to unity and his sentiments on the question of an Anglo-American alliance: A United Nationalist Ireland means the wheeling fnto line again in the con test for home rule and land reform of the whole Irish race, a...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 February 1899

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IfMMMIMIMHIIMllMIMM Devoted to tlio Moral and Social Advancement of nil Irish Americans. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at the Louisville Postofflcc as Second-Class Matter. AddiessaM Communications to the KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KY ANENT THE RAILWAY PANY. con- The Louisville City Railway Com pany has done nothing for the comfort of its patrons, much less, if the expression can be used, for its employes. But the employes have to earn bread and butter some where, so they must needs work for the Street Railway Company. Here is a corporation that gets the right of way over any street or streets in the city of Louisville for the asking, while similar corporations have to pay large sums in other cities for the same privilege. What has this railway company done for Louis ville? Nothing save to sap the nickels out of the public pocket. Street railway traffic is a great and growing business. No credit system goes. You pay your nicke! or you walk, and the employe...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 February 1899

H. G. Murphy, of Lexington, was reg istered in this city Wednesday. Mrs. George W. Dunn is illof, pneu monia at her home, 1207 West Walnut street. Mr. Patrick Glasou spent the week in New York City, where he went on a business trip. Mr. Martin Cusick returned to the city Monday, after a most successful South ern business trip, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Donnell, of 3310 High street, are rejoicing over the arrival of a handsome boy at their home. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connell, of Wil son avenue, have as their guest a lovely little girl, who arrived at their home this week. A delightful phantom party was given Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Quinn, on Haldemau avenue. Dan Desmond, who was seriously in jured by a fall on Fourth street, Jeffer sonville, is reported to be greatly im proved. Many will be glad to learn that Mr. Jeff Bannon has almost entirely recovered from his recent attack of rheumatism and cold. Miss Annie Barret entertained a num ber of friends Monday a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 February 1899

IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. John Clancy, M. P., addressed a large and enthusiastic meeting at Skerries for the purpose of selecting candidates for the County Council. A very interesting paper on "Over taxation and Expenditure" was read at a meeting of the Statistical Society of Ire land by Mr. N. J. Synnot. Before Justices Murphy and Kenny, Maj. R. St. Leger Moore, of Killashee, Naas, and Charles Daly, were sworn in respectively High Sheriff Under Sheriff for the County Kildare. Speaking upon the "Growth of Econo mic Thought" at Belfast, the Right Hon. Horace Plunkett, M. P., said that there had been two Irelands. He said that this was the pity of the situation. A meeting for the purpose of securing the release of the remaining political prisoners was held at Smithfield Market, Dublin, January 29. Several members of Parliament addressed the meeting, which was largely attended. The inquiry into the working of the Irish intermediat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 February 1899

V Irish Kentucky American. VOLUME II. NO. S. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRISH NATION. Dr. SIgerson's Dublin Lecture: ou the Lost Mission of the Gael. Chivalry Was n Distinguishing Characteristic of the Irish of Ancient Times. The Motives AVhlch Moved the Celtic Races Against the Romans. SAVIOR OF THE FREEDOM OF BRITAIN Recently in the hall of the Catholic Club, Dublin, an able lecture on the "Lost Mission of the Irish Nation" was delivered by Dr. Sigerson, who is one of the most intellectual men of the Irish metropolis. Rev. Father Delany pre sided and there was n large attendance. In the course of his remarks the lec turer referred to the development of na tions, and said the simplest group, the family, did not suffice; it required that numerous lesser groups should co-operate, and this great complex group was a na tion. In Pagan times the interests of the Irish were not limited to the mate rial world, but they beheld words beyond full of beauty and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 February 1899

reEIUOraiY IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social WIXrvIAJVl IVI. HIOGINS, PubHslter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, 5c. Entered at tlio Louisville Postofflco an Second-Class Matter. AddusiaM Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. LOUISVILLE, KY., KINDLY HE ANT. The unfortunate contention in local labor circles growing out of the recent Central Labor Union election has already gone too far. As usual, labor organizations claim ing to have a grievance pursue the wrong course to redress it. The strength of labor, as of everything else, is in unity and harmony, and that which divides and antagonizes, thoueh it mav apparently redress a grievance or remedy a vr0115, really divides aud injures one or bot parties to the controversy, and th only benefit is derived by the ene mies of labor. Of the issues involved in the loca row we care little, except for the effect upon and results to labor which can be on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 February 1899

KBNTCCKY IRISH AMERICAN. M'CRYSTAL Tendered n Wnnn "Welcome by the Gaelic Society of New York City. Never Prouder of Ills Ameri canism Tlinn "When Going to the Front. Irish Hnve No Apologies to Ofl'cr For Their Pnst Deeds in America. SHAMES THE CHAMBER OR COMMERCE The dinner of the New York Gaelic Society to its President, Major E. T. Mc Crystal, of the Sixty-ninth regiment, was a most successful and enjoyable affair, says the Irish World. Seventy-five mem bers were present and a large number of guests. Mr. Pierce Kent presided and opened the post prandial exercises by a few remarks in Gaelic, in which he ex pressed the pleasure of the members of the society in having the President among them again, and said that although this, like all the society's reunions, was in formal, there were a few set toasts. The first (in mOit daring and unpardonable disregard of the etiquette established by the New York Chamber of Commerce), was the "President of the United States," which was suitably r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 February 1899

K13NTUC I-CY IRISH AMERICAN IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. A course of Gilchrist lectures was given in Wexford durinjj this month under the auspices of the Wexford Lecture Association. The Lord Chancellor hus appointed Thomas J. Bvrne, Rossmakea, Dundalk, to the Commission of the Peace for the County of I.outli. At the meeting of the Dungarvan Urban Coutlcil, James Hayes presiding, a reso lution in favor of home rule was passed. Thomas Power was selected to represent Dungarvan on the County Council. A large meeting was held in the chapel yard, Ennistymon, to select proper can didates to represent the district in the County Council. J. J. Daly, Solicitor. and Mr. O'Dwyer were put forward as candidates. Herbert Robertson, of Huntingdon Castle, Clonegal, County Carlow, has been sworn in. as High Sheriff, and Robert Sharp, Kilgteaney, llagnalstown, as Sub-Sheriff. H. B. Fitzgerald, Dublin, has been appointed Returning Officer. St. Georg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 March 1899

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME II. NO. 9. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, MARCH , 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DR. KENNY Urges Unity of Effort ami Talks for Independence of the Irish People. LV Not What the English People Will Give, hut WIat Irish People Want. No Half-Way Concessions, but Nothing Less Than Home Rule. IRISH INDEPENDENT LEAGUE. At the meeting of the Irish Independent League, February 7, Dr. J. E. Kenny pre sided and addressed the league. He said nothing was foreshadowed of a very exciting character as far as Ireland was concerned in the coming session of Parliament. Last year the Local Govern ment Bill was before Parliament. If the people of Ireland worked the Act in a proper spirit it would become a great instrument of good. Defective though it was in many respects, it could be worked for the advantage of the country. One effect of the measure, if carried out prop erly, would be to strengthen the demand for home rule. They no longer noticed the insulting remarks in the Queen's spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 March 1899

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. MlttlllllMMIIHMMIMHIt Dovotod to tlio Moral and Social WIldflAM AX. HIQGINB, Publlslier. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at tlio Louisville Postofflcc ns Sccond-Clas Matter. Addiern all Communications o the KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KY IRELAND NEEDS A LEADER. The meetings and speeches in Ireland, given in our columns this week, indicate great activity in all matters of reform. The most im portant, however, is the resignation of the chairmanship of the anti Pamellitcs by Mr. Dillon. This may mark a crisis more or less im portant to the future of all Irish national affairs. If it is to be taken as a disintegration of the op position in the Parliamentary Irish party, with a prospect for unity and aggression against the common enemy instead of attacking each other, which we earnestly hope it is? even though it may accomplish practically nothing in the present Parliament, will do much for the cause of Ireland by presenting to the world a united body as repre se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 March 1899

K3BJV KI Y IRISH AME)RICA3V. WHO IS UPTON? TIio Last Challenger for Amer ica's Cup Was Not Known Hut Vouched for. The Son of Poor Irish Parents "Who by Industry and Grit lias Become Iticli. Uses IHs Wealth to Increase Business, Lives Well and Liken Sport. SAYS HE'LL WIN AAIERICA'S CUP. Thirty years ago Thomas Johnstone Lip ton staggered ashore in New York, black with coal dust and gasping for breath, from the furnace room of a Charleston steamer. He had become a stowaway on board because he had no money to pay for his passage; had been dragged from his con cealment after the lwattwas out at sea, and with kicks and curses sent to earn his passage by shoveling coal. If, as seems certain, Sir Thomas Lip ton comes to visit the United States this year, it will be under conditions so dif ferent that their bare recital beggars the old tales of wealth and power von by white magic and the wands of the fairies. The stowaway boy will return as a knight of Great Britain; as a member of one of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 4 March 1899

KJBJjPMCXJOItY IRISH AMERICAN. IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. A lighterman named Quinrr was drowned at the locks in the Boyne, just nbove Drojjheda, February (5. . In Parliament, February 7, Mr. Gerald Balfour gave notice that he would intro duce a bill to establish a department of agriculture and other industries and tech nicnl .education in Ireland. In Limerick, as elsewhere, arc a num ber of ruinous houses in which the poorer classes are compelled to live and to pay exorbitant rents therefore. The new Council has intimated that in course of time steps will he taken to compel land lords to put those houses into habitable condition, which will undoubtedly be a step in the right direction A meeting of the Coolgreany tenants has been held m the '98 Centenary Rooms, Arklow, placed at their disposal by the Rev. V. Dunphy, P. P.. for the purpose of taking immediate steps as members of the All Ireland Evicted Ten ants' Leatrue to fall in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 11 March 1899

American. VOLUME II. NO. 10. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY;, MARCH 11, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Kentucky Irish f OVERTAXED. The Unequal Burden of Taxes Ireland Is Made to Benr , Under British Kulc. Question Being Agitated and Discussed and Belief to Be Demanded. Large Meeting in Dublin Adopts Resolutions and Organizes for Effcctivo Action. FIOURES GIVEN BY MR. FIELD, M, P. A public meeting of the inhabitants of St. Patrick's Division was held in the Foresters' Hall, Merchants' quay, Dublin, for the purpose of discussing the financial relations between Great Britain and Ire land. Copies of the speech delivered by Mr. Field, M. P., in the House of Com mons last July on the overtaxation of Ireland were presented to those who at tended the meeting. Mr. William Field, M. P., presided. The Chairman said, in accordance with n resolution of the Financial Reform League, that every member of Parlia ment should call a meeting in his own division to discuss that question he had summoned that meeting. Acc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 11 March 1899

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WILLIAM JVI. HIGGIXH, JL"t.xl3llwl-iC5X'. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 51NQLE COPY, 5c Ktttcrcd nt tlio Louisville Postotflco ns Second-Class Matter. Addiersall Communications to Ihe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Street. LOUISVILLE, KY ROBBING THE LABORER. There is prospect of serious trouble in the car works over the river. The car works years ago the leading industry about the falls, employing the best of workmen, paying the highest wages, with a world-wide reputation for effi cient work, and workmen con sidered a position there a boon and an honor have sadly degenerated to little more than a slave pen, run under the contract and sub-contract system, where men are worked as lotnr and hard and paid as near nothing as possible, shunned by al workmen not forced by necessity to accept employment of any kind excent the contractors who alone seem to have prospered. The cor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 11 March 1899

t ICEODTJOICY IRISH AMERICAN MOORE'S CREEK, Tories Rallied for the Klntf mid the Irish mid Patriots Itoutcd Them. Before the Battle of Lexington People of North Carolina Ousted the British. First Battle of the American Revolution Fought in 1771. HISTORY NOT GENERALLY KNOWN. For years previous to the breaking out of the Revolution the people of North Carolina were in constant revolution against the brutal tyranny of their British Governors. In 17C0 an organization or con federation known as the "Regulators," was formed for the purpose of resisting the oppressions of the infamous Gov. Tryon. A vigorous and successful war was carried on for several years, but on May 10, 1771, the patriots met with a disastrous defeat on the river Allamance, which compelled them to give up the struggle for the time being, and submit to the conqueror. Gov. 'f ryon's conduct after the battle of Allamance is characteristic of British methods of suppressing a "rebellion." ''With the implacable spirit of rev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 11 March 1899

KBrXJOreiY IRISH AMERICAN THE ISLANDS THAT AWAIT US. Come, brothers, fill; tonight we will Give joy its longest tether; Take hands around let music sound We're comrades here together. For fatherland we drew the brand We failed but do not falter; Some other day again we may Fling fire on freedom's altar. The toast tonight is one of light, Let's drink e'er time belate us; Come brim the glass and let it pass "The islands that await us!" There's Cuba lies in sunniest skies By Spanish thraldom trampled, Her treasure spent and blood besprent, Her wrongs are unexampled; But exiled sons, with Yankee guns, Can make the tyrants vanish, For soon we'll teach these grandees each For once to "walk it Spanish." The one lone star shall not be far From our unsullied cluster, The Southern Qeen shall yet be" seen Arrayed in Northern luster. There's Ireland, too 'tis vain to rue The doom imprjnted on her, Some day we'll make, or we mistake, That very curse her honor. The green shall spread above the re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 March 1899

5 " V - Irish Kentucky American. VOLUME II. NO. 11. LOUISVILLE: SATJUtDVK MARCH IS, 1899. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOLY ST. PATRICK "What Ireland and Christianity Owes to (lie Preacher (if flu; Word. Ho Established Schools Which Attracted Students From All Kiirope. Tho "Book of Kells" Is One of tho Marvels of Art of the World. FOUNDED THE SCHOOL AT ARMAGH Ireland was the only country in which the Christian religion became earl v estab lished without bloodshed. The popula tion of the island accepted the new faith with avidity, and before the death of St. Patrick in 492 the entire population had practically become Christians. St. Patrick began his career as a preacher in Ireland CO years previously, and, though he was not the first to introduce Christianity there, the attempts before made to con vert the natives had been few nnd the re sults inconsequent. Before his death the church in Ireland had been thoroughly organized, he appointed several others bishops with whom he consulted to settle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 March 1899

XZJSJSPTXJCSXSr IJI-I AMERICAN. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IMHMtltMIHMMIIIMMIIM Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. CS96959SS9S9S9S9S9iS9S9 SOCIETY, f WILLIAM JVT. HIGGINS, PubllHUer. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 51NQLE COPY, 5c. Miss Maggie Keciiau lias gone to New York. Btiterod nt the LouWvlUo Postotflce nt Second-ClnsH Matter. Addiersall CamtnunlcationRvtotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen Street. LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1899. St. PATRICK'S DAY. The feast of Ireland's patron saint is coming to be regarded and celebrated as Ireland's natal day as well. Its general observance by Irishmen and Ireland's friends of all creeds and classes in all parts of the world indicate that it is no longer only observed religiously or by Irishmen of only one religion, but by all and in various ways. This augurs that bigotry and fac tionalism, so long the bane of the Irish people and the cause of con tinuous dissension and contention, is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 March 1899

The .Dragon's Cavern. ( Tlie evening of .March 10, 18, was dark niul gloomy. Tht clouds were lmr ryiiifj across the sky. . "We must hasten, Sheila," said Jerry Sullivan trrllis sweetheart, as lie thrust n lotij; iron ind down into the beach of Cos tello Imy, lu Coutiemara, in search of the small kegs of illicit whisky which he had hidden in the sand two week previously. Sheila was walking in the water up to her ankles and helping her lover disinter the liquor. The spume of the sen smote her fair cheeks and the wind player) with her dark hair as she threw n keg of whisky far up the beach. "Thai's ten and the last, Jerry," said Sheila, as she rail Up the beach, and drew from its hiding place in the bog n frail canoe mode of canvas, with light ashen ribs. Dragging the boat down to the water's edge, they placed the ten smnll kegs along the keel of the boat, ran her bow first into the water, and jumped in as the boat slid gently out into the bay. They were on their way to the Arran islan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 March 1899

KUBJSCarXTOKY IRISH AMERICAN TRUE LOVE WILL NEVER DIE. How could you think my love was dead? True love will never die The daisies, when the summer's fled, , Beneath the surface He, Dreaming of pleasures life can bring, Forgetful of the pain; And with the coming of the spring, The daisies bloom again. So, when I knew your heart was cold, My passion sleeping lay, Wrapt in December's icy fold, Hut dreaming stilt of May Was it design or cruel chance Lovc's.fond delusion broke? Heneath the sunshine of your glance My sleeping passion woke. ltring back the summer of your smile, The day. of vain delight; L,et me but hope a little while Before the endless night! My flower -of love, its fragrance shed, Now crushed and withered lies; ' , How could you think my love was dead? Alas! love never dies. IRELAND. Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Mr. William Moore was returned as a member of Parliament for Xorth Antrim without opposition. ' Oh Sunday a meeting a...

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