London, January 21.
Mr Redmond, speaking at Waterford, declared that Ulster's goodwill was worth purchasing at a big price. There were no lengths short of the abandonment of principals he would not co to win that confidence, but he did not soe prospects of goodwill being purchased at any price at all. The talk of civil war was absurd, as Ulstermeu wpuld never be attacked. Mr, Redmond said thai; the contest between two Nationalists at Cork at present for Mr Wm. O'Brien's seat was a scandal, and a serious blow to tbe cause, '
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HOME RULE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4367, 27 January 1914
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