The Tourist and Amenities Committer) if the Dunedin Expansion League met yesterday afternoon, there being present Messrs 0." Feuwick (chairman), Joseph M'George. S. Thomson, Basil B. Hooper, J. Inglis Wright, .T. J. Clark, A. Bathgate, and .T. T. Johnson. It was resolved 10 forward 300 copies of the Qutt uptown booklet to Messrs Biodrick and Ghahncr for distribution to the offices of Messrs T'noma* Cook and Son. The secretary was also instructed to send copies to tlio High Commissioner at London. Mr E. E. Star!: wrote resigning as a member of the league, en account of his removal t:> Chrislchurch.—lt was resolved to accept the resignation with regret anil 'harjlc for past services.—Mr .T. T. Johnson was appointed the committee's representative on the exe?ntivj in place of Mr Stark. The monthly meeting of the executive of the lea sue wis held- last evening; presentMessrs A. Bathgate (in the chair). Geo. Fc-n-----vieb. A. Moritzion, J. Inirlis Wright. F. W. Mitchell, and W. G. Somerviiie. The Strcrotary reported on the ' progress of tlio work at the Ocean Drive at Ocean Beach. A recommendation from the Country Development Committee regarding the question of country telephones was adopted, and the secretary was instructed to approach the Minister of Post cir-d Telegraphs in regard to the matter. It was rcsolv.'il that the Minister of Public Works be urgsd to continue work on the Lawrenc?-Hoxhurgh line beyond Beaumont. It was resolved that the secretary of the Town-planning Committee be informed that this league were anxious to co-operate with that coihmittea 'in the fr.nnatiou of a townplanning organisation, cither as a separate hfdy, as a subcommittee of the, league, or as an adjunct to tin Amenities Society. .
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EXPANSION LEAGUE, Evening Star, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914
EXPANSION LEAGUE Evening Star, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914
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