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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

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BANKS PENINSULA COLLIE DOG CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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