ERIN--"All goes well at Westminster, and your business, Pat, is to enable the part over there to do even better. That's why the War Chest is the duty of the hour."
(The National Fund that is referred to had been founded to support the parliamentary campaign to win Home Rule, and to counter ‘the powerful and unnatural combination of factionalism and Unionism which is opposed to us.’ The building in the background symbolizes the former Houses of Parliament in Dublin, which had been sold to the Bank of Ireland in 1800 when the Irish parliament was abolished.)
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|current||08:15, March 21, 2015||396 × 600 (234 KB)||Nicknack009||"The Duty of the Hour": cartoon by W. C. Mills, ''Weekly Freeman'', 4 March 1911. ERIN--"All goes well at Westminster, and your business, Pat, is to enable the part over there to do even better. That's why the War Chest is the duty of the hou...|