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Mr. W. E. Forster, M.P., attended a soiree which the "overlookers" of Bradford gave on Saturday night in honour of Mr. Baker, the factory inspector. The hon. gentleman, referring to the proposal to extend short time in factories to children of fourteen years of age, said he could not pledge himself to support it until he had first heard the arguments on the other side, but his present opinion was that the change would produce most beneficial results. "There could be no doubt whatever," he said, "that one year's more schooling for a child of thirteen would be worth almost all the years that had gone before."

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