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ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY.

L! «,l n " an E of the Auckland AcclimatiMUon Sodety was held at the Museum PjW under the presidency of Mr. -» n *jyton. Others present were Messrs f «■ Hazard, B. Noakes, B. Grayson, G. K. Koomfieia, J. L. Bloomfield, Dr. Lewis, «™ Mjjor Morrow. hmri■ l S p!y 1° *" application from the Ohinethe "-'"inch" resolved to take feS? eartion the advisability of granti' 3™ 1 S »PPIy of yearlings to stock the S« hm™ 18 *? 1 " 1 creeks ln the district at w e f t o e« r June. A sum of £0 is to be J?'™ towards the suppression of poaching, 3ir-M.lr-' wißhes of th e branch to have S offl lSa f Meetly at the Karangahake ■wwSSfflta 8 ? 01 !' 7 stated thnt regular Wht i£V f aucks were said t0 be ■KeriJrtm J? *? wamper * ™ t "'S above *ffi&*& Kuaka shooters were tatS 8 t0 write - to the Walkato Sa ?°™ cil - "sking for information Erect tn ti? c P ro P<>sal to divert drainage s Ksiaent nf rf x- er - A letter received from f'«W » £eanrawahla said that such d be rui °ous to the fishing t t A cS? i t%! n trom Fiii lor the Purchase . B^&SSS ant » was referrea t0 the 6hoWed tllat the iAprii 5a «™ pta for the month ended t0 £22 3 / 6 . an <* the nu* or £ $ Mao leaTiug a bank bal " S'Hizariß v loo , mfie,d - B - Grayson, W. *lih?sh? B : Noakes, and Major Morrow. *ci J L m mt and vice-president,

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ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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