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Excerpt from The South African Mining and Engineering Journal, Vol. 32: May 21, 1921; Part I
A gentleman who is prominently identified with the coal. Export trade has favoured us with the following views on the report of the Coal Commission, as summarised in our columns recently.
I should like to brieﬂy indicate one or two Opinions I have formed as the result of this superficial examination. You will, of course, appreciate that such opinions may be subject to considerable modification when the full text of the Commission's report is published and the policy of the Government thereon declared. To begin with, it would appear that the necessity for urgency. In this matter has largely disappeared, and for this reason I hope the Govern ment 'will not press this measure this session, but rather delay it so as to allow the fullest consideration to be given to the many radical changes proposed in the conduct of this important trade.
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