Foreign News: In Ireland

¶ In anticipation of trouble with Northern Ireland, misnamed Ulster, over the boundary disputes (TIME, March 31, May 5, May 26), recruiting for the Free State Army began.

¶ In the Parliament of Northern Ireland an estimate of $3,693,428 was passed for the special constabulary. It was stated that no reduction of the force could be contemplated while the border question remained unsettled, and that a supplementary vote would be presented in the Fall.

¶ Daniel Donavan, Frank Busteas, Jim and Michael Grey, Peter O'Shea, with prices totaling $45,000 upon their heads for having...

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