11 MAY 1929, Page 34


Of course, it might be that ultimate salvation wo come along the lines of wage earners and capitalists operating in the matter of cheaper production, thereby counteracting some of the ill effects upon prices of infi tion and tending gradually to increase our expor Unfortunately, however, those are not the kind of d i • proclaimed from election platforms where, on the con• trary, all parties vie with each other in promising that the new order of things shall bring a greater amount of happiness and comfort to the voters than the order which at the. moment is passing, irrespective of the services rendered to the State.