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TWi HALF-SOVEREIGN. Financiers in Favour of its Abolition* City authorities are not perturbed bft; the suggestion of Professor II. S. F ox we 11, ? the political economist that the half., sovereign should be abolished. The proposal has often be^ji made 00. fore. The war and the necessity of con-, serving our gold supply has made ita, adoption more desirable than ever. Tho. use of the half-sovereign is one of those extravagances to which war condition open our e-s. All the arguments against the use oC gold in general circulation apply wit hi extra force to the half-sovereign. Wherea4 the sovereign can be shipped abroad aa gold, the half-sovereign is not equally; acceptable. In home circulation it loeea< by wear and tear much more than the sovereign and acts merely as a convenient; measure of values. It is the opinion of bankers that espe* cially in these times we cannot afford tot have our mere measures made of gold when paper will serve the purpose.

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