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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

STAMP DUTIES AND INCREASED FEES. Press Association. , AUCKLAND, December 3. The Hon. J. A. Hanan, in response to a request by a Friendly Society's deputation, promised to bring under - the notice of the Ministers of Stamps, the request that the Friendly/Socie•ities should be exempt from stamp "duty on receipts. In regard to fees charged by Friendly Society doctors, c t the ; deputation expressed the fear ithat the Wellington movement for increased fees should extend, to Auckland and the chairman expressed the . opinion that the only solution of the difficulty would be the nationalisation of the medical profession. . The Minister promised to look into the representations.

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES., Sun, Volume II, Issue 567, 3 December 1915

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. Sun, Volume II, Issue 567, 3 December 1915

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