The Trades anti Industries Committee of the Otago Expansion League met last evening; present —Messrs F. W. Mitchell (in the chair), Janies Allen, Simpson, T. Glendining, K. S. Ramsay, E. Anscombe, and E. Cameron. Mr Mitchell was reelected chairman and representative on the executive for the ensuing year. Letters were received from the Southland League and the Invercargill Chamber of Commerce with reference to the discontinuance of the Melbourne-Bluff-Dunedin service. The secretary was instructed to reply, stating* that a certain amount of consideration had been given, but that the league were not satisfied, and thought that the old service should be resumed. It was decided to recommend to the executive the advisability of having a conference with the Chamber of Commerce, Otago Harbor Board, and the Otago Employers’ Association to consider the question of establishing a rating area for the port, with a view to cheapening the cost to vessels visiting Dunedin. “How many stops has your organ?” asked tho curious neighbor across the garden wall. ‘‘Pour,’’ sadly answered the father of the musical family, "breakfast, dimer, tea, *ud su£jje*C’
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
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