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AGRICULTURE'S CHANCE.

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AGRICULTURE'S CHANCE. Lord Carrington, President of the Board of Agriculture, was present at a meeting of the Farmers' Club on Monday, at which Mr., H. Trustram Eve read a paper on the Development and Road Improvement Act, 1909. "In view of the state of parties in the new House of Commons," Mr. Eve said, "agri- culture has a splendid chance of asserting itself, and, seeing that the Development Act is purely non-political, we must ask the members, new and old, who represent the 150 agricultural constituencies to work together, irrespective of party, and see that the Act is administered largely for the benefit of agriculture. "We must not forget that the member# representing Ireland ^fill also be in a very strong position in the^next Parliament, an« as they have a happy knack of getting their own way English agriculturists vaim see that each part of the United Kingdom bus fair play.

CHURCH AND THE MASSES.

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. ! STORY OF MASKED BURGLARS.

. TOWN COUNCILLOR COMMITTED.

ADVENTURES OF A SIXPENCE.

.1 NO DOUBT ABOUT IT.*

. "A SHEAF OF BANKNOTES."