. AUCkbAND, BiiirTEJißfip. lg ■ The Auckland members received influential deputations ou behalf of the Auckland Technical School.-whioh is in its third year. They were urged to- got the law amonded so as to increase the subsidy or place technical schools under the boards of education. The members agreed to act accordingly. A deputation, representing the Waikato farmei'3 Urged the importance of the sugar beet industry. The members resolved that the production of sugar from sugar beet ought to be encouraged by Parliament by the offer of a mere substantial to inty t-ian was afLrled by the present lav. A deputation representing several fruitgrowers' associations urged the members to oppose any amendment in the Orchard and Garden Pests Act.. It was decided that the Auckland members do all that is possible to protect the industry and ascertain the views of Auckland fruit. growers should any amendment be introduced in the present Ant.
la response to a deputation of school teachers it was resolved that endeavors bo made to induce the Government to amend the Teachers' Court of Appeal Act, which, owing to the provisions of the previous Act over-riding those of the measure lately passed, still allow teachers to be dismissed at three months' notice without appeal; to provide a uniform scale of salary for teachers throughout the colony, and a uniform system of teaching and paying pupil-teaehers.
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AUCKLAND'S WANTS., Evening Star, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897
AUCKLAND'S WANTS. Evening Star, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897
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