Spunky Newfoundlanders, famed for the free & easy way they have of pummeling an unpopular premier and smashing furniture in their Government Offices when aroused, were scathingly told by a Royal Commission last week that in Newfoundland "a continuing process of greed, graft and corruption has left few classes of the community untouched by its insidious influence."

As a result, the condition of Newfoundland is "desperate." both politically and financially, according to the Royal 'Commission headed by that uncompromising, vinegar-tongued Scot, Sir William Warrender Mackenzie, ist Baron Amulree of Strathbraan. Last week...

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