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RESOLUTION RE ABYSSINIA.

RESOLUTION RE ABYSSINIA.

The following resolution was passed by a crowded General Meeting of the League on September 4th, 1935. Resolved that the League of Coloured Peoples assembled in General Meeting at the Memorial Hall, London, on Wednesday. 4th September, 1935 expresses its utmost cooperation vvith
January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
HOMEWARD BOUND.

HOMEWARD BOUND.

The Executive Committee has lost some of its most valuable members during the past few months. First Mr. J. E. T. Sackeyfio, LLB, Barrister-at-La w ' returned home to the Gold Coast in 'July. to practise his profession. Mr. SackeYfl° gave us efficient service as Publicity Secret
January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Notes and News.

Notes and News.

The Ven. T. S. C. Johnson, Archdeacon of Sierra Leone , Principal of the C.M.S. Grammar School, Freetown, has be appointed Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Sierra Leone by His Grace The Archbishop of Canterbury. The Venerable Thomas Sylvester Claudius Johnson graduated at Four
January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
was a very successful function in every way and enabled us lower our deficit by a further £29. Our thanks

was a very successful function in every way and enabled us lower our deficit by a further £29. Our thanks

for this must go to. Mrs. Moody who looked after the goods left over from the bazaar in March, conceived the idea of this second sale and turned her house upside down to accommodate us. During the year the Executive Committee decided that the League would have to purchase a dupl
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT.

THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT.

, Mr. C. Y. Strickland, C.1.E., world-famous authority on Cooperation. followed i nunediately with an address on - New Ideals in Economic Organisation.- He begun by reviewing the various possible forms of economic organisation. The most widespread, Capitalism, had already proved
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Will Mussolini share?

Will Mussolini share?

It is understood that the British delegation have proposed a collective mandate for the League over Abyssinia. It is not yet possible to say what form this man' date would take ; whether it would be exercised by the League Council through its own High Commissioner and officials,
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Author and Lecturer on Colonial Problems, etc., etc. Engaged out of official life in Religious and Temperance , Educational, Economic,

Author and Lecturer on Colonial Problems, etc., etc. Engaged out of official life in Religious and Temperance , Educational, Economic,

Industrial and Social activities in British Guiana, until transferred in 1902, to the Gold Coast Government Administration, where he continued these activities. Founded Missionary Centre in the Western Province, St. Peter's, Abbontiakoou, under the direction of late Bishop N. Te
October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
TAKING THE FIELD

TAKING THE FIELD

(By kind permission of the "Aberdeen Journals Ltd.") Aberdonians who generously contributed to our 'funds : Miss Bowman, Captain Bowman, Miss J. Beveridge, J. M. Fyre, Esq., g• Hannah, Esq., Mrs. Jeffrey, J. Dalton Milner, Esq., Mrs. Neill, W. E. Moncreiff Paterson, Esq., James
October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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the new locations and the place of work in the towns. The Native Economic Commission reports : _ - A common wage in Johannesburg at present is £3 10s Od. per month with nothing found. Out of that sum, the Native Living at th e Western Native Township . . . (population 15,000) . .
October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England