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AGRICULTURE IN PARLIAMENT- t CENTRAL CHAMBER'S DECISION. The Council of the Central Chamber of Agri- culture met at the Whitehall Rooms on Wednes- day, under the chairmanship of Lord Des- borough. The following resolution was moved by Mr. Sam Kidner, of Taunton: That in tho opinion of the Council, an independent Agricul- tural Parliamentary Party should be formed, and that, with this object in view, immediate steps should be taken to appoint a committee to consider the matter and report to the Council." Mr. G. L. Courthope, M.P. (Sussex), proposed, aa an amendment, that the words "and other steps be taken to strengthen the representation of agriculture in Parliament" be inserted after the word "formed." Other amendments having been dealt with, Mr. Kidner's motion as amended by Mr. Courthope was carried, the fol- lowing committee being appointed for the pur- pose of giving effect to it:-Memm Dennis, C. Turner, Kidner, Balden Latham, Simmons, Christian, Kendrick, Orlebar, Eve, Davis. It was further decided that the committee should have power to add to ita numbers to the extent of twenty members. DECISIONS OF OTHER CIIAMBERS. The proposal to have an independent agricul- tural party in the House of Commona was approved on Saturday by the Worcestershire Chamber of Agriculture, but disapproved by the Isle of Wight Agricultural Society.—A resolution declaring the proposal impracticable was carried by a large majority at the annual meeting of the Berka and Oxon Chamber of Commerce, while the Lincolnshire Chamber of Agriculture fully approves of it.

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