HOME RULE CRISIS.
SIB lAN HAMILTON,
STATE MUST BE SUPREME,
London, April 1. General Sir lan Hamilton has not receiv d any communication in regard to his possil, c appointment to the Army Council,
Addressing the cadets at Dunliv n Military College, he emphasised the fact tl. -t it was a soldier's duty to^bey.. The St.. c must be supreme.
EAST FIFESHIRE ELECTION. London, April 1. The polling for tbe East Fifeshire seat 1 as been fixed for the 15th inst.
IRISH COMMANDER'S STATEMENT. London, April 1. Mr McKennn, sneaking in tho House of Commons, said tbut Sir Arthur Paget informed the Premier that the only questi n put to the generals and oflicers was whether tbey were leady to place duty before all other oonsidera'ions. It was not Kir Arthur Pagei's intention that they Ehould put this nuesticn to their subordinates. He announced that officers in Ulster would be temperarily ex. ompted in the event of operations, but others in declining duty would incur dismissal.
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HOME RULE CRISIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914
HOME RULE CRISIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914
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