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Cookery Class Concert A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Cookery Class Conoert A GREAT SDCOESS. On Wednesday evening, in; the in stitute ball, An entertainment/ wits «iveii for the purpose of raising funilh to defray l lie rent of I ho cookery class rooms. These clatsea lire conducted iiy an ofljuer of the Education depart ineiit (Miss Buryc.->) and attended uiainlj by school girls. Some amount of rent was duo for the use of the institute hall, whore the clauses are held. iMr E H liuut kindly uudertook to organise a concert, lo raise a sum to meet the rent. He was ably assisted t>y a committee and by the class, and to judge by the "house" thut witnessed the (jntertaininent, the rent for agood manf niont.Ua IB assured. A Sue and varied programme was arranged, and successfully carried' out. Bach item was well received, mid the .contributors had in many'instances to respond with encores. Supper, a good deal of which had been prepaied by the cookery uIiibb, was served iU the close, niiii greatly enjoyed by a large numoer that remained, ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROBIN HOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

noruN noon. There lias never been an outlaw round whoso name such romance has hung as "Kobin Hood" of the Middle Ages. Kvun his existence has been doubled ; but it is now fair ly certain that such a person did exist, and that he authored round hi in a band of "merry men." These outlaw* haunted Sherwood Forest, near Nottingham, and the identity of the leader has never been ascertain ed for certain. Some have thought he was the last of the great Saxons who held out .against the Normans when these conquered the Kingdom, others that lie was the outlawed Karl of Leicester, who led a revolt in the reign of Edwurd II.; others that lie was the leader of those who were scattered after the death of Simon de .Montfort. It seems-certain, however, that he was the "Kobyn Mode" who was pardoned by King Kdward IT., who gave him a pension on condition that lie gave up his lawless life and remained at Court. But tir ing of this quiet after his previous career, he left the Court, and sum moning round ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Wetiti&rbiirn Races. Annual FVIc^ting'. ' V/E30WESDAY, March 25 ircaWonb, Dr Riinlnr; vine-presifW'tn, ^ I! clay «nH ,/ Ivill; jiirlgp, J If j Ornv- natrons, FIdii Thos Linsrlon. OT Wills, WTurnl'iill, A drnv anil : .1 ISirrHon.; tipHstiri'r, K H Ifuut ; n'nrtn-, H \WicM: ; h wuficppf1^. ^ | «l<vecroft; ('lerlr of cui-kp, \V Une; ! welyliers, W B Smith f*nd V? . Vnnney ; timekeeper, J 0 KitcMe ; saddle olofl) s'ewirrt, J Pretty ; stewards, (1 T Smitlt, J Wilson, H P.iuk, J McGiirk, P .r Nnnnnn, A D White, ant) W Burgc; lion surgeon, I) O U Tnylor. PROGRAMME : TRIAL HANDICAP. Tn «t»irt at 2 p m. £10 Second linrse £'2 out of Btn'ce. Six furlongs. For '.orses that hove never won over .£10. Entrance, 10s. 1. vDIES' BRACELET HANDICAP TROT. ! To start, at, 2.30. £12. Second horse £2 nut of stake. 1J miles. WeiehtB:i saddle,llstlOlbs;hnrnPBB, lOitlOlba. j All horse? to he nominated by ladies. Scratch horses hnndicepped on S ininntes basis. Entrance, 12s. (Re gistered). W...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

WEDTH KTSUBtf COACH PACTOB Hl'GH'J.STHFT.T, WEDDERBTJRN A. "WTLSON, Coach Builder, General Black Smith, Wheelwright AND UNDERTAKER Ftmor* I. nprfnrmed In Town or Country on Shortoat Notice. Coffins on hhna for any Emergency, also First-dun Hearses and Plumes. The trade aiippliVd with Coffin Fittinpe [of all quality, " vttrw ^atiponn,-Dtoiya, Sprlnp Carls Swop*. Bu^ea of e^ry denorn or. madP <».. t>h- nr«.ni»<w I ^7 9 t-oV; OI. -....'- ". . . .fPprth ». ,,*,»*».» '.* V. 7. NO ON AN, Commercial' Hotcl|. 'HIGH STREET,' WKUDEKBUBN. H.iving taken over New and' Oi> rt-' aminos "PremidRi lately oocupied b/' Mr' Bookhim, bnrja to announce* that the Kotiel oont uni all the Intent' improvements in work-hansnip, an-I ranks as one nf the bait appoint" I country houses in Victoria. The Building has been handsomely! Inrniahed throughout, al! the roo-nsl aeinst large 'and well ventilated, thus* UNSURPASSED AOOOMMODA' TIOM FOR BOARDEHS. The Ooraraeroial Hotel has been ap...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Important Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Important Land Sales. Alt" R Wnllis and Co report having on l'riday last, under instructions from the e.v d>fnrs in the estate of the late Thomas 11 Iii:ies, sold G40 acres of land, parish of Diggont, at £10 13s per aero to McGregor Bros, of Ba mawn ; also 11C acres, snma parish, at £8 5s to .T T Haines, and piivilely have just completed the - following sales:--.'3t acres at Slnror-ir on >ic count Mrs S Delves to J T lteed, al £7 per acre ; 320 ucre* at Shelbonrne account A R Wallis estate, to W H Wnllis ; G90 acres of Myrnong K-t'ite Recount Dr A W Binder, to \V O uii ; 474 acres of Myrnong account l)r A W Kinder to Ooutts Bros, at £6 2s GJ f or aero cusii; 508 acres ilyrnong estate account Dr Kinder, to T Ison ; 305 asres at Yarrawalla nrcocnl C W Armstrong "to I) Byrne. Tuul .'icinge, 3347 acre?, realising £20,011.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

C01V1MEKC Tho Auslmlian Morcnntilo, Land Finnnce ,n.y Ta'initod ropor t u d.ite of l-'ubiii iy fi:h :-Slieot)skiiiH ?orH£U" c t \it* competition h is keen, all mei-in fino x polta »».! #I>rin« Iambs allowing « . advance of Jd to .|'l 011 'ast vulilis ; ail other classes »'oi o linn and niK-han^ed. Hides-Go.nl supplies wore submitted at auction this week. Kips and jjood con >iit-i»iic<l lots-sold id per lb in sollors' favor. Other weights show no nltorntion. Tallow-0 ood catalogues wure offored at Wednesday's auctions. liuycrs were in full attendance, and tlio market w«9 firm at late rules.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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DAIRYING. HOW DEVONSHIRE BUTTER IS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

DAIRYING. HOW DEVONSHIRE BUTTER IFT MADE. , Visitors to London'(writes an'Eng lsh dairy Journal) aro ofton attracted Dy the various notices which adorn :Lie shops and salerooms of the great ;lty, and country people naturally espy ihos!1 signs or noticeB relating to the production!) of the farm Or dairy. A ?amillar U*c;enil. "Pure Devonshire tint* ter," is ot'i'u rend wiui interesi; l>ut It does not alwavs follow that nil but ter K'J phiciuuud is the "real" thing, »ud cinio from the land of "junket inrt i-r ,mi." Thorp Is a characteristic Bavo;- auout Duvonshiro butter which cannot. i'?' mistaken, however many the counterfoils 011 the 'market may tie, and c.iini! Information regarding l:s 11u111uri.et.ure may be of Interest to ;p.r ;-t>a.l»rf of this paper. D'-vmishiro butter Is made from "'clotled cream," I.e., cream obtained by elding tlie new'milk, which had been sot twelve to twefily-four hours uiullstrriii'tl. then heated up to 180 do ?resr. Full., when a "crinkled surface...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE GORDONS AT DARGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

THK GOItDON'S AT DAIIOAI. Tli« conduct of the Gordons at Margai on October 20, 181*7, wor thily upheld the host traditions of tho llritish Army. With them were tivtfc pipers, named respectively l-'ind lat'r, Milne, Fraser, Wills, and Kid<l. They were ordered to sit down while the batteries engaged in a heavy cannonade. Colonel Ma thias's next order was*, "Pipers to the front." Milne was lite first to slop forward, but hud only gone a short distance when ho was shot, though not fatally wounded. Findlater was the next to'go down. Kidd, rushing forward, tripped over a stone, and in the fall lost his pipes, but afterwards recovered them. Findlater struck up the re gimental charging tune, "Haughs o' (.romdale," as his comrades rushed past. him. lie was shot in the ankle, the Fathan bullet passing through the limb and striking the heel of his other boot, which was torn away. The music stooped as the gallant piper drooped with a groan of agony, then, instantly remen\bcring his d...

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Pen Pictures of the Past. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Pen Plotures of the Past. l'JAMtUNOE NIGUTlNliAUiTH CHOICK. " It. WHS on October 2.1, 3 85l>, tlint Moroneo X/4fbf jngale, n quiet nnd almost unknown young woman of thirty-one, einbark«d on board the Vecti.s for the Last. AcconipJfshed ami rich, she had devoted her youth to,fdiilnnthropu* work, and when the (Juvernment resolved to form a body of female nurses for the t'ritnea, sho uas otfeivd the post of .superinten dent.. Some forty Indies, many I elonglng lo (he higher classes, aecompnniml i Miss Nightinhale-their numluT was later iiji increased lo 1"»0. Imme diately on her arrival at Scutari .she set to work energetically, Sur gco is and olbcials raised red-tape obstacles, her subordinates were not always disciplined or obedient, she herself was th.» \ietim of a violent attach of cholera after an excursion to U.e ambulances at the "front" at. 1'alaclava. How gallantly she rested at her post, how she practically created a new era, not only in'the nursing system, but in . milita...

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FEEDING SOWS FOR MILK PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

FEEDING SOWS FOR MILK PRODUCTION'. Much Is said-' and ' written about feeding the' cow» in order to produce mure milk. It Is equally Important thaf the'' brood sow'receive'1 attention alotigTttle" earn* line." ' The ~st'4rt" that young pigs get in life is absolutely de pendent at first on the amount of milk, obtained from ' the' dam. The brood sow cannot make bricks without straw an** mot-®'than coaTd tho',chlldrelflof" israerin'Egy'pt. Much" care "sfiould'be Ktven, therefore, to supply her with milk-producing foods, such all shorts, wheat, bran, skim-milk, oil cake, oats or peas; Turnips-or mangels sr»1also* excellent fooffs, but the sow should not be confined-to a'ration'of these-when' suckling her young, or at any other time. When given some of the above mentlofned' foo'tfa" she"' will give more milk to her youn£ than if she is fed chiefly on Btreh feeds a*8< maize or rye meal. However, it is also necessary to guard against undne emaciation: If only nitrogenous foods a...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

CHAPTER XVIII. In order to connect the visit of Dr. Carpenter to Marchmere with other events beurihg on tlic result, we must go buck in our history a short time, and take up the thread of that portion of the narrattvo touching on, tho life of tho false ? Lord Chester in London. . Wo have^ already. . seen the ellcct of Mildred Moore's wonderful beauty upon Sir Peter Stcctle. From the j timo he made his; first call on her, I with the purposo in view of entreat-1 ing her to set Lord Chester free from : her ensnaring friendship, there arose i a tremendous rivalry between these i two gentlemen for her smiles. If Lord i Chfcster prosented the singer with a diamond bracelet, Sir Peter went him one better, and gave her something a little more costly. Sir Peter had sprung at once into her favour by buying for her the coveted diamond necklacc which had been beyond the means of Barnesi' It is apparent at once that Barnes had little chance for success in this war of extrava gance, for Sir Peter...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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TO DISSOLVE BONES FOR MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

TO DISSOLVE BONES FOR MANURE. Reduoe the bones as floe a state as possible, and pass them through & Bne *4 In. sieve. Form a circular wall ot ashes about 2ft. high. Put the coar ser particles of bone In the centre, and the finer ones round the ring, close to the aches. Thoroughly satu rate the bones with water, and then turn them over frequently In the course ot a few hours. If sufficient water has been added to the bones It will not be necessary to dilute the acid used for dissolving them. Supposing one part by measure of sulphuric nrfd is used with three parti of water. It Is better to use half of the water to wet the bones and to dilute the acid with the remainder. After the bones have been turned as advised, gradually add tlie acid, turning and mixing the bones during the operation. In six or eight hours after the addition of the acid, the fine bouedust forming the second circle is thoroughly mixed with the bulk. Nest day the ashes forming' the outer wall are thrown over...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 12. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

ALL RIGHTS RBSBRVHD. A BAFFLED^ HIMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DOKBDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAOD. By 8. W. Hopkins, Author of v Four Brass Plates," etc., otc PART 12. OHAPTEIt XVII.-(Continued.) One (lay Helen received a letter that miule her heart leap. "Wo nro coming to England," >rroW Abingdon. "Burton is doing- splen didly, physicatly, 1ml. lie lias grown restless again. He in still looking for that girl. Tliiy is troublesome here, for nil the women have hlnck eyes and black hair-that Is. most of the pretty ones. Once in a while we see a very light blonde, but these arc apparently no better to Burton than the brunettes. 1 would like to tr again the cfleci on him of n girl with blue eyes and dark brown hair. There was great chattering over this. Mr: Brooke sat for a Icing time listening. He had heard considerable about the doctor and bis (|iiecr pa tient of late, since the days got cold enough to keep him indoors more. "Yon two young ladies do n great (leal of talking," ho said...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE PRODUCE OF ONE SEED OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

THE PRODUCE OF ONE SEED OF GRAIN. The amount of reproduction from one seed of grain In two and a half years has been the subject of some in teresting experiments which have been curried out at the Ontario College of Agriculture. In the spring of 1203 six single seeds of as many varieties of prain were sown, each selected from what was regarded as the best plant In the field of each variety grown at ihe college farm, and all being, of course, spring varieties. Oi six-rowed Mandscheurl barley, one seed produced 2.3oz. of grain in 1803; this 2.3oz. of seed in 1904 pro duced 681b. of grain and 1481b. of straw, while in 1905 the 681b. of seed pro duced 19291b. of grain and 28871b. of straw. Of Chevalier two-rowed-barley^ one" seed In 1903 produced 2.4oz. of grain; this grain used for seed in 1904 pro "ilisced !">6Ib. of grain and 1121b. of straw. Planted in 1905, this 561b. of grain produced 11151b. of grain and 32051b. of straw. Of Guy Mayle hull-Jess barley, one srraln of seed produ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE FARM. TOMATO GROWING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

THE FARM. TOMATO GROWING K.XTHA ORDJNAHY. The "Interim Lion Horticultural Grnde Journal" of October :im.h, 1!>12, publishes the following very ill tcresting article upon tomato i;rfiw ing by Mr. W. P. VnncHng, ol tinern sey :-"In the last wee'* o! Munh. 1012, I planted one house, 120 by 20 feet. I<'or thirteen years my gvoii.,u lias not seen t-lthcr a fori or spe.de. I never dig my ground in any <)( my gree.n houses. The Inst 13 yenrs I J have invited once a. yeur all tiucrn j scy growers and others. This yt\ir . my house bearing this cro,> was ' opened to the public the whole or the first week In July. I always make it a point to show the tomatoes on 111 . plants previous to oflering the seeds for sale. This year I have heat all provtous records as to a heavy crop.' X announced this crop ias being gro-.vti , without nny manure whatever. This . wcian mystery to nil growers. I never dig manure in the ground, since I never dig Jt, but every crop 1 gi.e two ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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JUSTWHAT YOU NEED. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

JUSTWHAT YOU NEED. L»xo Toiiio Pills can be taken at all times and under all conditions by'both young and old alike without the slightest risk, and without danver of unpleasant after eflects. Laxo Tonic Pills assist the processes of nature, give rolisli to the fo.id, removing exhaustion, sick he«l ache and ninny oteer ailments. Lixo Tonic Pills are a popular pill at a popular price. Obtainable from Look and Orsig, M«r< chants, Wedderburn.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

CHAPTER XIX. Mildred's strength had by this time ; almost left her, and she sat down, tak ing a seat near her brother anil , looking with some degree of rage at ! poor names. As for Barnes, his emotion ha;l overcome him completely. His pale (ace was turned towards Bill Jones almost beseechingly. His nerve, which .had never before tailed him, had de serted him in the hour of greatest need. He sat mute and silent, un heeding the command of Bill Jonqs to tell the story of his rise to great ness. j. "Well, said Bill .Jones, turning, to .Mildred,, and emitting another, of his soul-sickening guffaws, "if- hq won't; tell you, I'll tell you what. I knpw. Then lie may tell the rest.,This,:chap was arrested.. iu Now, York. You're^ member when I did the three months for-you , know'..wbats-nscll,-.--.the - last' roon,th .this fellow was sentericod to; thirty days for vagrancy and, assault ing a policeman. Ob; he was the slickest cliap, I ever came across. He had a tine store of teurs to shed an...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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District Cricket. CENTRAL DISTRICT ASSO. CIATION. KUURACA V LOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

District Cricket.. CENTRAL DISTRICT ASSO. OIATION, KUURACA V LOGAN The uIJOVH tpinns played a drswa SIiuuii 011 Sm unlay nt Logan. The visitors wore tho first to hut, mid whea 8 wickets lnul fallen for 129 runs, closer! tb«ir innings. E Hir^rpuvr-g plnyinl well for 08 not our, "nil other ImtKtumi who nwchwi fiijurea were H Molt, Malmm mid P-tpwo'*'h. Lonat) lefr. with mi'' hou'* in which to make :30 mm, nr lot" nil their wickets. Tliny mmli' h.«'f th» ruua required. losing four tvu buipii in (lie llToi't, ScOrcM ! KORRAOA. K H'lrareavps, nut out. ... 68 \i M.ilono, to Lyons ... ... 16 J A IJo^aet't, run out... ... 3 A Papworth, b Stewart ... 10 G Brott. b Stpwnrt ... 3 H Jlolt, I. J Shortridge ... 16 J H irgrc-nvKo, l> SliortridgB ... 7 J Doggott, b Shortridge ... 0 II Brett, b Shortridge ... 4 Sundries ... ... 13 Total for ,8 wkts ... 129 (Innings closed,) Bowline-Shortridge, 3 tor 2? ; D Stewart, 2 for 22 ; 0 Lyons, 1 for 27 ; Frtwcett, 1 for 20 ; Jones, 0 for 12 ; .T Shortridg...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Obituary. MR GEO ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

Obituary. - MR GEO ROBINSON. We regret to r.'cord the death of an old pioneer resident, in the person of Mr George Robinson, of Bocca Flat, | which occurred in the Oastlemaine Benevolent Asylum on Saturday even- i iug lasb. About two months ago de ceased left here to stay with his daughter at Kyneton, but after awhile left there and went into the institution named . The late Mr Robinson was amongst the earliest arrivals in the district, coming hero Boon, after gold was discoveoed. Mr Robinson was boru at Oakham just" 83 years ago, and at the age of 25 decided to try his fortune in Australia, lie Hist went to the Oven; district, but did not remain theit iong, coming to Wedderbuin a yearoi so after he landed from the old country tie settled »t Bocca Flat, and in cum pany with .the late Saml. Moon, sti nek good uuld ivt K>\mUli's Hill. He ri n> for Ins mother and oilier rela'.iun*, who came i ut shortly afterwards Willi scarcely a breaV, Mr Robinson resided hern, prosecuting his ...

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The Double Dissolution. PARTY TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 13 February 1914

The Double Dissolution. PARTY TACTICS. 'Hint there-will be a double -dissolu tion within a few months is now prac tically certain. The Senate with its overwhelming Labor inijorky can flins the .Bills of iMinisniru Imck in iheir faces, wi li, every expression of contempt!. WhiUt Labor is thoroughly orgaii iseil unci h«s detinite aims, the l.iberal Party always, and inevitably, tends to slackness. Its members are drawn from all sections of the community, who are agreeu on the one basis prin ciple that the individual should be free, that there shall not' be a new serfdom with the Trades Union " BOBS" a* tno modern slave driver. But in order to organise successfully it is necessary to .40 a little-further. The Liberal pro gramme appeals to rhe younger men, anj it is they who count. That pro gramme haB to bo scattered broadcant, and the Frinio Minister, who is m earnest in the niat'.cr as the youngest of those behind huu, has to be support ed in scattering it). Absolutely nothing can be ...

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