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THE NEW'FOR THE OLD V.F.U. BECOMES V.C:.P.: At the Anuuo I Conference of the V. F.U held in Melhourne during the past week, tile delegates assembled agreed to no alteration of thle constitution of their orgoanisation; inoas;much that the'priv; liege of memtbership-was ecten ad to all bonDalide country residents;. no m?tter of what occupation. The move Is tfie out. come of the demando by country townt. people and others, outside the actual primary producers, whIo alone flrmed the old organitation, for reproe'ntatiato within the movement. Title step be ng taken it wea considered necessary that more comprehenosive name should be chosen, and it was dPclded that this should be "The Victorian Country 'orty." Despite the recent break-away in the 'Party, delegotcs assembbed in forco and the general atmooetplere was one of on. ithutiesm ani optimism. The dehbate, aso us ool, ,s varied andl vi gorous. The ootny matters of importance to country people pelpearing on the Agcenda Palper were thorogclhly thrasheed out. Branches oe Wlodonga and Kiewi dit. trihte w ore rlereeoted, and the delegalee will have a lund of inoromation tolImpurt to their respective branches on suoch sobjccle as hiSoldir Sottlemoet, Vornui Uolestrtletiu, Stock Cowul ltt eatlon Act, Island Killitg ul Stock and ltred Testing.