MEMORIAL PARK BILL
Parliamentary Reporter. WELLINGTON, this day. The Auckland Centennial Memorial Park Bill, the main object of * which is the appointment of three additional members on the board, was read a second time in the House f of Representatives yesterday after- '■ noon. j After the short title had been approved in the committee stages it ij was resolved to report progress with £ leave to sit again. This step was ' taken after several members had suggested that further consideration p should be given to the possible appointment to the board of repre--1 sentatives of the Royal N.Z. Institute : a of Horticulture and Federated Moun- " tain Clubs. ! The Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, : r said it was desirable to hava unani- . • mity in passing local bills. Mr. ; 1 Anderton (Govt, Eden) was in - charge of the measure. <
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MEMORIAL PARK BILL, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945
MEMORIAL PARK BILL Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945
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