At the fortnightly meeting of the executive of the Dunedin Municipal Association, Mr James Connor presiding, u communication was received from the Town Clerk, Dunedin, who stated that in reference to the request of the deputation to have the cab stands removed from in front oi retail premises the General Committee had decided to take no further action. A large amount of correspondence was received in reference to the pro-German question. Mr S. Sheen sent a copy of a letter which, lie stated, the Press had refused to publish. This was read by the secretary, and it was resolved that the letter be received and the sentiments contained therein endorsed. The Secretary reported that several cases of Germans expressing hostile sentiments towards the Allies were being investigated. It was resolved that the action of the secretary in reference to these be confirmed. Tho President read an advertisement which he proposed to insert in tho Press at his own expense, drawing the attention of the public to the advisability of supporting British-made goods during the war crisis. He p'ointed out that if the public would only insist in asking for British-made goods it would relieve the industrial position all over the British Empire. It -was resolved that the executive approve of the advertisement, and the president be thanked for his generous offer. The following committee was appointed to peruse the plans and specifications of the Public Baths: Messrs Coombs, MTherson, and Hayward. A motion of condolence to Mr H. v. Fulton on his recent bereavement was carried unanimously.
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MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION, Evening Star, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914