20 NOVEMBER 1920, Page 2

Sir Edward Carson, in an admirable speech, said that, though

Ulster had not asked for a -separate Parliament, she was resolved to work it in the beet intereeta of the country and the Empire' He hoped that the Bill would succeed and bring unity and 10°6 to Ireland. He recommended Ulstermen to show their loyalty by displaying tolerance and fairness to all classes and relieleui If they forget faction and section in Ulster, they would sets geed example in good and honest government to the South and Wen of Ireland, and their example might be followed.