10 June: John Redmond publishes an open letter in the Freeman’s Journal demanding that the Irish Party nominate representatives to the provisional committee of the Irish Volunteers.
From Century Ireland: Redmond moves to take control of Irish Volunteers.
From Century Ireland: Sinn Féin oppose John Redmond’s attempt to control Volunteers.
16 June: Redmond’s demand is accepted by the Irish Volunteers.
23 June: Government of Ireland (Amendment) Bill presented to House of Lords to provide for temporary exclusion of parts of Ulster from jurisdiction of Home Rule Parliament.
From History Ireland: The limits of partition.
From History Ireland: The partition of Ireland.
28 June: Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in Sarajevo.
From History Ireland: Ireland and the prelude to the Great War.