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Page 142 - Colonial Institute, as affording a platform for the discussion of the important and difficult matters which arise in connection with our noble Colonial Empire. FOURTH ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING. THE Fourth Ordinary General Meeting of the Session was held at the Whitehall Rooms, Hotel Me'tropole, on Tuesday, February 12, 1889. The Right Hon. Viscount
Page 412 - THE DUKE OF MANCHESTER, KP, have by their Petition, humbly represented to us that they are respectively the President and Chairman of the Council of a Society established in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and called by Our Eoyal Authority the Royal Colonial Institute, the objects of which Society are in
Page 242 - GENEEAL MEETING. THE Fifth Ordinary General Meeting of the Session was held at the Whitehall Booms, Hotel Metropole, on Tuesday, March 26, 1889. Sir CHARLES NICHOLSON, Bart., a Vice-President, presided. The Minutes of the last Ordinary General Meeting were read and confirmed, and it was announced that 56 Fellows—viz., 26
Page 198 - MEETING. THE Twenty-first Annual General Meeting was held in the Library of the Institute, Northumberland Avenue, on Tuesday, March 19, 1889. His Grace the Duke of MANCHESTER, KP, presided. The SECRETARY read the notice convening the Meeting, and the Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting, were read and confirmed. The CHAIRMAN nominated Mr. HJ Jourdain, CMG, on behalf of the Council, and Mr. GJ
Page 143 - The SECBETAKY announced that donations to the Library had been received from the various Governments of the Colonies and' India, from Societies both at home and in the Colonies, and from Fellows of the Institute, and others. The following additional subscription to the Building Fund was reported:— E. Ross Fairfax, Esq., New South Wales (2nd don.), £2 2s.
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