Foreign News: Craig vs. Healy

" Woe betide any man who stirs up trouble or creates chaos in a part of the Empire which desires to remain under the King's Constitution," said Sir James Craig, Premier of Ulster, apropos of H. E. Tim Healy, Governor General of the Irish Free State.

Tim Healy, " squat and square as the first Napoleon," had given a newspaper interview, in which he pointed to the continued refusal of Ulster to appoint a boundary commissioner to cooperate with the Tree State and Great Britain in determining the line between North and South. He...

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