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October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
West Indies, and are holding ourselves in -readiness to give evidence if so required. We have held three important meetings

West Indies, and are holding ourselves in -readiness to give evidence if so required. We have held three important meetings

on Jamaica which have received a good press, and we are exerting, and shall continue to exert every possible influence to help to procure for our people in the British West Indies a future which will give to one and all the opportunity to live decently and healthily to enjoy som
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Another Commission for West Africa.

Another Commission for West Africa.

The Gold Coast Commission of enquiry hich investigated the cocoa situation last r is due to publish its findings in October. Lancashire cotton trade has suffered con- W ~•-ii,., ,<,, u 8
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
PETER BLACKMAN PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

PETER BLACKMAN PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

The past three months have been among the most active during the seven and a half years of our existence as a League, and T ;;91. happy to say that everything has gone most smoothly thanks to the ready and willing cooperation of our Committee members. We regret that we have had
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE.

ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE.

\ special meeting of the League was held at the President's house, 164, Queen's Road, London, 5.E.15, on the evening of Wednesday, August 3rd. The meeting was convened to bid farewell to our Treasurer, Mr. H. W. Springer, and to elicit the councils of members and friends with re
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Government grants £lO,OOO for about twenty schools, while the fees from the scholars total £55,000. There are four training colleges

Government grants £lO,OOO for about twenty schools, while the fees from the scholars total £55,000. There are four training colleges

for teachers, on which the Jamaica Government spends roughly £6,000. On scholarships, not quite £5,000 is spent. These are just the bare facts of a quite unsatisfactory state of affairs. Even now, when a million pounds is being raised for long delayed land settlement and necessa
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
POUNDS THIS YEAR USEFUL GIFTS FOR

POUNDS THIS YEAR USEFUL GIFTS FOR

THE SALE MOST WELCOME ESPECIALLY
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Dear Dr. :Moody,

Dear Dr. :Moody,

Thank you for your letter of the 15th of September enclosing a Resolution adopted at the meeting held at the Memorial Hall on the 14th of September. With regard to the second paragraph of the Resolution 1 would mention that it is to social and economic conditions that the attent
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Our Ex. Treasurer, M

Our Ex. Treasurer, M

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October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
(d) - My next observations turn upon the question of the conditions of entering the Government Service. English Cadets taken

(d) - My next observations turn upon the question of the conditions of entering the Government Service. English Cadets taken

straight from English Public Schools and the Universities — start the Service with a commencing salary and allowances which tot to about 4(X) pounds per annum, whereas, very recently, a graduate of an English University—an African —was admitted to the service at the very minimum
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England