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WAIKATO ITEMS.

(By Telegraph.—Own'" Correspondent.)

HAMILTON, this day.

At a meeting of the A. and P. Association toVday, the following we're appointed an executive committee:—Messrs. Gordon, Hinton, Coates, Newell, * Powell, Day, Anderson, Waring, Storey; Dibble. It was decided to call applications for secretary at a ealary, of £150. Mr. J. Knight was appointed representative of the conference. in Wellington. The appointment of a delegate to attend a meeting to, be held in 'Auckland >to consider the question of affiliation of agricultural societies was referred to the incoming executive.

Mr. Cutten, S.M., gave judgment today in the matter of the decision of the elictors to close'part of a street in the borough for the erection of municipal buildings'. The decision of the electors was confirmed^

At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, the secretary was * instructed to communicate with Mr. Lang, M.P., to ascertain what had been done with regard to the vote of £100 for the proposed Waiuku canal. A committee, composed of Messrs. Macdiarmid, Bond, and Bell, was appointed to collect information and Teply to mis-statements being circulated by some local bodies in connection with the, canal.'-'? CHI, ,;••.. -: '.

The question of the High and Technical School j in, Hamilton was discussed, and it was decided to inform the Board of Education that the scheme of Mr. Kogben, Inspector-general of Schools, prcviding for a high and technical school at a cost of £3600 was preferable to Mr. George George's proposal to provide an agricultural college at £0000, which the Department declined to agree with.

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WAIKATO ITEMS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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