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WORKERS' EFFORT. Loan Representatives' Visits. There had been a slight improve ment in the Victory Loan industrial campaign, said the W.A. Deputy Director of War Loans (Mr C. G. Latham) yesterday. Loan represen atives who visited Industrial estab ibsha;ents that day had met with a good response. An outstanding re sponse came from the W.A. Rope and Twine Works, Mosman Park, where one-third of the employees each purchased a £10 bond. Loan representatives will today address employees of the following firms: Worths, Broadway Boot makers, Jeanette Manufacturing Co, Charlie Carter, Ltd. Qantas Empire Airways, Ltd, Guildford, Common wealth Oil Refineries, Ltd, Burns, Ph-lp and Co, Ltd, Westralian Soaps. Ltd, Great Southern Boller Flour Mills, Ltd, and the Swan Wool Scouring Co of WA.., Ltd.