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IT is a mere truism to state that " a nation's greatest asset is to be found in the well-being of its rising generation." When the environment of our child life is considered, it is by no means easy to isolate and impeach one factor as the only or chief cause for the lack of physical, mental, and moral vigour. There are, indeed, many influences at work which separately and in combination make for impediment and impairment of our coming citizens. Widespread ignorance prevails in all ranks ofdoi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.1910.tb04733.x fatcat:ng2jxxlk2veepnvzfhgboszctu