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Agricultural Co-Operation. I MEETING AT LLANDRINDOD WELLS. As briefly announced in our last issue, the quar- terly meeting of the South Wales branch of the Agricultural Organisation Society was held at. I Llandrindod Wells on Tuesday week. Statistics were produced showing that at the end of 1914 there were 6,788 members of the farmers' j co-operative societies in South Wales with a turn- ( over of £ 316,000. < Mr Lleufer Thomas, in a letter, suggested the appointment of a sub-commitee, representing the North and South Wales branches, to co-operate with the Government Committee on food supplies. The suggestion was adopted. Reports from societies were received regarding labour for harvest. Pembrokeshire societies look- ed forward to getting soldiers to help, as there II were large numbers stationed in the county. The Secretary stated that many societies had I sold produce to the War Office, and the transact- ions had been satisfactory to the farmers and the War Office. A joint conference of the North and South Wales branches was presided over'by Col., the I Hon. R. S. Cotton, Anglesea, in the afternoon, when Mr C. W. S. Bassett (secretary of the West Glamorgan Farmers' Association) read a paper on I co-operative insurance.

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Mr. Lloyd George.

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