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Tbe Auckland Harbour Bqard met In committee this afternoon, when there were present: Hon. E. Xlitehelson (chairman) Messrs J. B. Macfarlane. W. J. Napier A. J. Entrlcan, G. W. Basley, A. Keyes, H M Smeeton, W. E. Hutchison, J. K. Kneen Captain McKenzie. ' Kerro-Conerete Company.—With '-egard to the letter from the Ferro-Coacrete Compaur, ns to winding up, the application made by tbe company to be allowed to carry on the work under liquidation was recommended for the approval of the Board Patrolling the Harbour.—With regard to providing mooring place {or a police launch, the committee recommended as suggested by the harbour master, thai It should be east of No. 4 Jetty, or. If not suitable, the police could have choice of nil available sites. The harbour master stated that Ms department would be glnd to assist tho police in all matters pertaining to the launch, and work upon the harbour Quay-street Jetty No. 4.—Tho manager of the Northern S.S. Company recommended railway lines be laid on Quay-street jetty, No. 4. The chairman said he did not think there was any need for rails on the narrow wharves. The matter was adjourned for

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HARBOUR BOARD., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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HARBOUR BOARD. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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