Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 34

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Page 389 - or other proceeding shall be made or had by the Institute, or any Meeting thereof, or by the Council, contrary to the General Scope or true intent and meaning of this Our Charter, or the laws or statutes of Our Realm, and anything done contrary to this present clause shall be void.
Page 386 - &0 hereby grant Our especial Licence and authority unto all and every person and persons, bodies politic and corporate (otherwise competent), to grant, sell, alien and convey in mortmain unto and to the use of the Institute and their successors any messuages or hereditaments not exceeding the annual value aforesaid. 3.
Page 162 - The Secretary read the notice convening the Meeting. The Minutes of the last Annual Meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman nominated Mr. FH Dangar, on behalf of the Council, and Mr. A. Moor
Page 18 - movement, which dates from 1870, and which is associated with the name of Mr. Butt, was directed to securing for an Irish Parliament, " under a federal arrangement, the right of legislating for and regulating all matters relating to the internal affairs of Ireland." Mr. Chamberlain, in the debate on the first reading of the Home
Page 345 - and how much it is ; The little less, and what worlds away. The end of the eighteenth century left us some lessons which we do well not to forget. and the driving power which he has exhibited
Page 190 - KCB, KCMG ; the Honorary Corresponding Secretaries in the various Colonies ; and the Honorary Auditors, Mr. FH Dangar and Mr. HF Billinghurst, for their services during the past year." I think you will all agree that this Institute is fortunate in having as Honorary Treasurer a gentleman holding so important and distinguished a
Page 380 - ANNUAL CONVEESAZIONE. THE Thirtieth Annual Conversazione was held at the Natural History Museum, by permission of the Trustees of the British Museum, on Wednesday, June 24, 1903, and was attended by about 2,000 guests, representing all parts of the British Empire. The String Band of the Eoyal Artillery, conducted by Cavaliere L. Zavertal, MVO,
Page 352 - Frontier Force), Hon. John H. Want, KC, MLC (New South Wales). It was also announced that Donations to the Library of books, maps, etc., had been received from the various Governments of the Colonies and India, Societies, and public bodies both in the United Kingdom and the Colonies, and from Fellows of the Institute and others. The CHAIEMAN : I

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