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AKAROA SAILING CLUB.

A g-neral meeting of the Akaroa Sailing Club was held in, Mr L.J Vangioni's boat* •lied last evening; present Meesra. A: Gray (commodore) presiding, T. Penlingr ton, W. lynun, B. Hammond. E. Staples,, G. Hammond, S Hammond, W Pool, W. Hammond, W. Jacobeon, ami L. J. Vangio'ni hon. secretary.

Mr G. Hammond asked whether there was any rule relating to the carrying of new sails.

The oommodore saitf, in reply, fhat the handiceppers mugt be informed, nnd the yacht is ueuuLy put ou the scratch mark for a trial.

Mr L, J. Vangioni said the yacbt owners had been dissatisfied with the handicapping, I'lti ha, thought the question should be dis , mussed. Hβ moved all boat owners form the handicapping committee. Seconded by Mr Glynan, and carried.

Mr L. J. Vangioni moved that after this iveekrararbo held on Saturday as well aa Ehursdav

Seconded by Mr W. Hammond, and .'arried.

Mr W. Glynan moved that it be a rule of he club that two boats must start or no 'ace

Seconded by Mr VV, Hammond, and larried.

The secretary moved that Mr Davy's resig nation from the club be accepted with regret

Seconded by Mr T. Penlington, and carried.

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Bibliographic details

AKAROA SAILING CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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AKAROA SAILING CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4379, 17 March 1914

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