BANKS PENINSULA COLLIE DOG CLUB.
ANNUAL MEETING. ?' The above club held its annual ~ meeting on Saturday evening in tha - Town Hall, Little River. There wu ' a moderate attendance, Mr H. Chapman presiding. -
[ , The balance sheet was then read, i and showed receipts from all souroav " were £102 4s 9d, expenditure £95 18«j | i Bd, leaving a credit balance of £8 10s 30d. - i Tbe chairman (Mr H Chapman), $ said that the balance was low as com- . J pared with last year, but one or two .t amounts of long standing had been paid off, including one debt of £15. Mr Hill proposed and Mr H. Reed I seconded, that the trials be held as ] usual. Carried. ' \. The meeting then proceeded to eleot ' -'' the various officers which are as foilows:—Patrons, Hon. W. H. Mont.- .'Jjif gomery, and, Hon R. 11. Rhodes, IwP JUsqs.; president, J. F, Buchanan,, -"fwl Esa.; presidents, Messrs W, Aitken, T. Qnealy. A. E Birdling, J, \ajj 0. Coop, F. Coop, A. R. Fleming, J. "■""■"™ C. Hay, A. V. Hutchinson, G. ~"A
Holmes, G. Montgomery, W. H. Montgomery, R. Morten, B. Sheen, J. Jamieson, Captain Rose, Dr Pember ton, J, Ferguson, F. Wright, W. A •**" Humphries, P. Wynn-Williams, «; ' Jl Reed, G. Stanbury, J, Johnston, J '" Gaskin, H. Chapman, T. Thompson, * '* J, Chapman, F. Birdling, T. Feather* \ ' ' J. Fleming, D. L. Gebbie, W. Manson %! Holmes, G. Humphries, W. Jacobson. - ' > J S. T, Harris, D. and A. McHale, W. o Parkinson, D. Richards, B. Barclay, jaffiS J. Kennedy, Graham Holmes, and H.£Kgji Holmes; chairman, Mr H. Chapman. A&
|K } :*| Jff-'*.*):.;;.. ~;-./-., ,V-~—~r :—— — ——- fe*»;timekeeper, -Mr J. Pa-kiopbh , judj," , : : Kath'erf6ri3-:. flag stewards, |ipeß&rs;?. > :McQaeeD and F. WMieras, j|w|Bepretary'; ahd. treasurer, Mr E. v\ Pp-Bsichelor ;' coramittee, Messrs H. pl^bapmaii r T. Thompson, J McQueen MM William?, F. Hill, S. LeComte, J junr.; J, Clark, H. Hutch IjpimoD, T. Branklin, and M. Barclay. ;|^' ; ;Mr T. Thompson proposed, and Mr Fi IHill. seconded, that all classes y stand* as before, *■*§ r Carried.
In class 1 it was decided to offer a
special prize of £2 2s for first and £
,1s for second to the farmer or* farRmer's son earning his livelihood on their holding. j It was dpcidrd that thfl priza monpy in class 1 be: First £5. second £8,
third £1. Class 2 : First £7, second :£B, third £2, fourth £1. Class 8: -iF'rsfc £8 : Ba, second £5, third £3. ||?fqurth £2. Merino sheep to be gsed ;J"s for".,all classes, and that it be left .to ; r Mr McQueen to buy the sheep. It was lesolved that the length of
courje be reduced by fifty yard"
The question re smoke concert was dealt with, and after a good deal ml discussion, it was moved by Mr F. V Hill, and seconded by Mr H. Reed, that the smoke concert be left out. .'s■■■ Carried.
It was resolved to reduce the mem bership ticket to 2s Gel.
The date of the trials will be ar i ranged so as to take place just before ; the Christchurch Trials. The meeting clo3ed with a vote of thanks to the chair.
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BANKS PENINSULA COLLIE DOG CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914
BANKS PENINSULA COLLIE DOG CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914
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