MINTARO, September 10.— A meeting of the local branch of the Farmers and Producers’ Political League was held on Friday evening. The President (Mr. Torr) was in the chair. The proposed fusion of the anti-socialistic parties was discussed, and the opinion expressed that a union which included the National League and the Liberal and Democratic Union would be impracticable, and would only swell the ranks of the Labour Party. A resolution was carried disapproving of the fusion of the three organizations. Mr. Torr and Mr. A. P. Brown were appointed delegates to attend the Adelaide meeting.