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AKAROA REGATTA.

A meeting of the Akaroa Regatk Commit, tee was held laat evening. Theri W as a small attendance, the Mayor in the cbair.

Mr L. J, Vangioni sent an apology for his absence.

Tb." Mayor 8" id he thought there was little hope of holding the Regatta, though he was sorry, to say bo. The Akuroa people had been asked to pay out for a lot of things. When Mr Kosteven waa down frem Christi churoh ho said that the Chriatchuroh crews could not compete. Hβ wished they had a larger meeting there .to discuss the matter. He thought it was fallaoy to hold the Begatta" on Easter Monday.

Mr Leete corroborated the Mayor's Btate> moots re Mr Kesteven's remarks. He moved the Eegatta be abandoned this year. Mr F. Taylor seconded the motion, as ha

nought the Email at:enf ance showed lit Iβ ntprest in Afaroa. 3he finances would be a HftinnU matter also

p t their last meeting could not promise any entries, and as the Christcburch clubs could uofc enter an; orews, the fixture should be abandoned. The motion was carried unanimously, and a vote of thanks to the chair dosed the meeting.

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AKAROA REGATTA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4374, 24 February 1914

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AKAROA REGATTA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4374, 24 February 1914

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