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HOME RULE

.lv. MR CHURCHILL'S OFFfiR •bEBATE IN THE COMMONS London. April 29.

;g, Many Liberals are indignant at Mr offer, which is interpreted * fcoj mean the exclusion of Ulster until I th> United Kingdom is federaliseJ. , I iThe " Ohromole" says that the offer has oaused dismay, and has more HJMhan a air of weakness than of mag I^Pnanimity The "Westminster Gazette" wel comes the offer. The " WTanohester Guardian " is unfavourable to it. The "Liverpool Post" saya that members of the House of Commons are bewildered, as they ex i. pected an announcement of drastic ■ instead the Government ffers' freah suggestions of peace.

The Housm of Commons wm crowd' xl to hear Mr Apquith's attitudt-i Hβ said Me Churchill made the offer on his owq account, not on behalf oE the Government. So far he has invited Sir Edward Carson to make an offer in the spirit indicated, and he would heartily sympathise. The Ulster volunteers signalling v station saluted the cruiser and ten destroyers entering Belfast Lough. The flotilla replied, "Thank you " Sir Edward Carson, speaking in the •House of Commons, said the violence of Mr Ohurobill's speech gave a gleam of hope, as he alwaya played the role of demagogue when making an offer settlement. He (Sir Edward) took the full responsibility of the gunrunning. It was nothing new. He had -.said two and a half years ago that Ul- ' Bter would resist force. He had already gone far towards meeting Mr Churchill when he said Ulster would not ! - complain if the federal system was adopted iq Ireland aa part of a federal system for the United King dona. In that case Ulater would get . paual treatment, and there would beno r ffloral justification for resistance. He would, also say that as much as de e3ted and feared Home Rule, if it were set up it would be his earnest '', grayer that it might have suoh success as Ulster itself would seek to come in, but ebe would never be brought in ■Aforcibly

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HOME RULE, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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HOME RULE Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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