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LONDON, Feb. 1. The Duke of Devonshire's amendment, that the Home Rule Bill be rejected, was carried in the House of Lords. The voting was as follows: — For the amendment 326 Against the amendment 69 .Majority for 257 LONDON, Feb. 1. Mr Bonar Law says that the Opposition will not oppose the Bill. The amend- [ ments have gone a long way to make the protection of the minority real. i ULSTER UNIONST WARNING. LONDON, Feb. 2. The Ulster Unionist'"Council at Belfast has warned the ■ Government against forcina: Home Rule on an unwilling people. It would incur the guilt of all the consequences, including disorder and bloodshed, which were certain to result, ■ '

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HOME RULE BILL., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XVIII, Issue 0, 3 February 1913

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HOME RULE BILL. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XVIII, Issue 0, 3 February 1913

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