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CO-OPERATIVE BANKS. — The second annual report of the Co-operative Banks Association, which has just been issued, giv,g an account of the steady progrresa of the movement for establishing people's banks in urban districts, and agricultural credit societies in country villages. It contains testimonies to the utiliy of the system from those connected with local societies throughout the kingdom, also some recent recom- mendations from Mr. H Ridr Haggard and other public men. Now that the association has demon- strated by its existing town and village societies the advantages of this form of economic self-help, the Council (of which Mr. R. A. Yerburgh, M.P., is chairman) appeal with confidence for greater public support and a larger accession of subscribers. Those interested in this growing movement for the popular welfare can obtain further particulars from the offices of the association, 29, Old Queen-street, Westminster. I (The above articles appeared in our last Saturday Evening Edition.)

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