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r I iio Publicity Committee of the Otago Expansion League met last evening; present —.Messrs W. G. .Somerville (in the chair). W. S. Wilson, E. S. Wilson, .J. S Moodv. J. Inglis Wright, P. .Milburn, A. E. Ansel)', and G. 'J'. Tliorn. Replies were received from the Southland League and the Canterbury Progress League in regard to u .suggestion made l»y tlio committee that these bodies should urge on the .Minuter in charge of tourists resorts the desirability of advertising m United States, America, at the present time, with a view to inducing some of th° American tourist traffic, which in the ordinary conditions would go to Europe, to como to Now Zealand. The committee heartily approved, and endorsed the scheme prepared by thp Membership Committee for securing new members. It was resolved to urge on the executive the desirability of immediately sptiing up a Town-planning Committee. It- was also resolved to recommend to the executive I that a stand be taken at the, forthcoming Summer Show, and that an effort be made to pet 12 committeemen to attend during | the currency of the show, with a view to | securing new members. Several other ' matter., were dealt with, and the secre tsirv was instructed to forward aopies of the" league's publications to n number of ; similar organisations, with the request Ufeat tiey. wiprocate^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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