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The writer of the account of the Co-operative Society in Sunday's Globe states that the directors of the society have not yet accepted the offer of the free use of the old gymnasium made by the corporation, being in doubt as to the advisability of assuming the business of the storage and sale of student's furniture on commission. It is much to be hoped that this doubt and hesitancy will be felt no longer on their part. Almost no branch of the business of the society would be more useful and popular than this, if it were established. If necessary, it would be far preferable to charge a higher commission on sales than has already been determined upon, rather than to abandon this field of usefulness. Moreover, the society would probably meet very little competition in this part of its business, and the manifest advantages that it could offer in this way would almost necessitate every student's joining the society who had previously delayed doing so for any reason.

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