THE PEOPLE’S PROTEST.
AT TYNWALD HILL, ST. JOHN’S,
JULY 5TH, 1916
10a.m. to 10.30a.m. – Gathering of the people round Tynwald Hill. Conference of Workers, Speakers, etc.
10.30a.m. to 11.30a.m. – Resolutions as follows to be moved from different platforms:-[no taxation on food, redirection of revenue from the internment camps, for money to relieve suffering to be provided by Tynwald, not taxes]
11,30a.m. – Preparation for the coming Ceremony of Reading the new Manx Laws. Lord Raglan will arrive at the Church Gates at about 11a.m. He should be received in absolute silence by the people.
12 Noon (about) – The Governor and Legislature will leav ethe Church and proceed along the path leading to the Hill. To make the protest effective, it should be vocal and in a language understood – therefore, no “booing” or groans. As the Governor passes along the path, call out for A NEW GOVERNOR, to the Council for RETRENCHMENT, and to the Keys for NO FOOD TAXES – DIRECT TAXATION! Let these, or similar calls, be heard in no uncertain terms….
RALLY! RALLY!! RALLY!!! AND STRIKE A CHORD WHICH WILL RESPOND WITH REDRESS! RETRENCHMENT!! AND REFORM!!!