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The Publicity Committee of the Otago Expansion League met last evening, there feeing present—Messrs W. G. Somervilie An the chair), W. S. Wilson, J. injjlis *Pw!»l.+ To- TWMr fi T Thorn. A F jtrreell, J. G. Moody, and E. S. Wilson. Mr Somerville was elected chairman and iepresentatiT* ©n tJ\e executive for the ensuing year. A letter was received from the seneral manajper of the Tourist Department acknOwledtfinj? the suggestion made by the committee regarding the commencement of a campaign in America, to advertise Wnw Zealand as a tourist resort. It was r«WT«d to. recommend the executive to maibe inquiries as to whether thexo in sufficient ground on the Domain. Board's property n*ar ChisJiclm Park, or elsewbor*, on which to make a iminicioal golf

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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