The Prime Minister had a characteristic, * ally busy week-end in Auckland. In addition to attending public functions at Pukekohe and in the city, Mr. Massey received many callers and a number of nrivata *,/- deputations. He leaves this evening by the Main Trunk express for Wellington. The Minister for Internal Affairs, Hon.. ' R. F. Bollard, leaves Auckland this morn- ;•> ing by the Riotorua express on a depart- . mental visit to the Waikato. The first." of many public deputations will be received at Rangiriri, where the settlers seek postal facilities and certain improve- * ■; ments as regards swamp drainage. Later in the day the Minister will receive depn- -' tatioas at Htuiitly, and also, in the evening, at Taupiri, . where he will stop over?,, •• niptht, To-morrow morning Mr. Bollard f [' will visit To Hutewai for the purpose of r \ opening the new public school, proceed- -■.'". ing in the evening to Hamilton. Several \ matters of interest to Central Waikato 1 ." will be considered at Hamilton on Wed-;,.,., nesday, the Minister thereafter leaving bj the night express for Wellington. ' ...
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MINISTERS' MOVEMENTS., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXI, Issue 18642, 25 February 1924
MINISTERS' MOVEMENTS. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXI, Issue 18642, 25 February 1924
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