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S fV?nSea' ^Payers m? ?Mv oon- I o!.? th..t .?y wiH not be caned np<m to  8^tioral oiffcers and ? in tli? B?-cu.rh Pli,, ForN', ??h?evor dis- pc si ion there i?v have b..u ? bp?ve the ?Gllv'n tin4i er-T)f) ]   ti, p_n d tba, the necessitv'  un?j?he? ?nd th?t the n?ify oouId not be' ei? ad "I. d'?PP?sd ah?utejv '%f Iler the ?port of the Borough Acooun?nt couJ?t,! he report of the Borough Accountant convincingly ?own that the present force did not <?mpxre unfavourably in poi?t of ?umbeTf with thooe of other t.c?.-na ?.b •? mtiailly ?tmHa.r m character. And. ta?ng ? bhing with another, it cannot, h? said 4t cannot, 1),(i con- .?at the 9wa.ns?a. p?Hce are not aa now em- wu- gi\rng substantia] satisfaction. At all events it in certain that after Mr. Ah- mole's report the Watch Committee will not seriously entertain any proposal involving an extra penny or two-penny rate for the enlargement of the force. Captain Thomao' suggegtion that a f3w dogs could be usefully employed as police auxiliaries lends itself naturally to chaff and banter. There is the fact, however, that although unntiH'sed in this country do are now a recognised factor in Parisian I police organisation. Their intimate associa- tion with uniformed men, the att-aclirneiit they readily form for particular police- men, ha ve a proved value. The jx>lieeit>an on his lonely bea,t derives confidence from a canine companion that the burglar or other evil-doer is apt to dteard more than man. And, properly trained, the more intelligent breeds develop an intelligence falling little short of human. If the public only knew they won]d be surprised at the number of four-footed friends who have acquired vthe habit of acoompanyiiig policemen on their 'It io-o- b-at.. Awl Jimr q..ick so:ne of thee are to co-operate effectively with the man in uniform.

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