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' (Press Association—By Telegraph— Copyright. IRISHMEN .ENLIST. LONDON, January 8. The House of Lords adjourned to February 2. Lord Macdonnell said that 115.000 Irishmen had enlisted in the past few months in the United Kingdom. Tho Marquis of Crewe declared that recruiting was proceeding in Ireland to tho War Office's satisfaction. C.\!':i')FXAL'.MKi;C!l::i:. ; .HOME. .January o. The Vatiean has ii-i-n in lonn-d Inat \',v Cermaii authorities merely < addressed to Cardinal M,.,, !■.-.• ■ l -.iM .-..quest to abstain from an attitude calculated U« n:Lt-riit>- wiih t ln- dilhcult and delicate task of maintaining order and e(,n\ ir.ein- a hostile population of tho German's ' sincere desire for their good ; also that they intended to fulfil a Christian principle and avoid bloodshed in the suppression of tumults. v r AMSTERDAM, January 8. Advices from Berlin state that the Mereier incident has been peacefully settled. -r===zz LATE COMMERCIAL. \ (Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright., l LONDON, January 3. " a The wheal iai >t i- >\<> i " " \ineinan ami Canadian re"i covcrv and to s'uivi v t i *' ' ! !",, ~ i • 'The Bank of J receiving applications foi a' - ■ ' ~f °°> *oi*h of 5 per cent. Irench treasury bills. - ■ ■ \ ( \ 1 \ ■■-:■
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LATEST WAR NEWS., Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915