AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS.
The annual meeting of the Akaroa Athletic Sport* Club was held in tttft Akaroa Borough Counoil Chamber! 6n • Friday evening, when hie Worship ibe Mayor (Mr G\ Armstrong) presided ' over a good attendance Mr W. Jacobson, bon, sec, presented the following balance sheet:— Receipts.—Entries £20 17s 6d (less ~ ' outstanding £1 ss), £i 9. 12s 6d; l £\ Taylor (Pictures), £lla;coUec- " tions, £18 7s 6i; total, £59 lit., '* ;•* , Expenditure. — Prize-money, £26 ' 18b, T, E. Tftjlor & Co.. Iβ 6d'; printing and advertising, £8 03 6d; L. J. Vangioni, 83; refund South, 61 ' 6d; W. Watson & Co., £2 2s; sun- -■ dries (Bporte Protection Aisooiation ' ' 103 6d), 16a Id; stamps, telegrams, etc., ss; cash balance, lfc; total, £39 11s.
The balance sheet was adopted. Mr M. G. Daly moved the sporte be , L held on Easter Monday, April 18, 1914. . *
Seconded by Mr S. Haywtrd, and carried, The following offioers were elected: —Patron, Hon. B. H. Rhodes; president, Mr G. Armstrong; vice presidents, Messrs W. Parkin, L. J. Vangioni, E. E. Lelievre, W. H. Heanipg, P. and J Wederell, W. J. Blake, H, W, Piper and Dr. Cantrell, judgu, Messrs G. W. Thomas, j< D. Bruce, J. R Newton, G. Checkley, M. G. , Daly, T. Penlingtqn, B. Hearing and C. W. Lsete; ground committee, Messrs A. Rhodes., J. Rhodes, 8. w Hayward, G. 0. T. Armstrong, W. Cuny, L. and V. Armstrong, G. W. Thomas and T. McGuire; executive committee, Messrs C. Narbey, W. Day, S. Hayward, G., O. T. Armstrong, D. Langrope, H W. Wilting A.. Rhodes, F. G Armstrong, h. J» Vangioni, C. Goodwin, G. W« Thomas and G. Kearney; Messrs G. Cbeokley and M. G. Daly ; timekeepers, Messrs M. G.Daly and L. J Vangioni; bon. auditor, Mr H, W. Wilkins; collectors, Messrs G. Kearney, G. 0. T. and V. Armstrong, : hon. sec. and treasurer, Mr W. Jacob- ; son; handicapping, 'the Canterbury ' Athletic and Cycling Union. The programme was revised and [amended as seen in another column. It was decided to ask the Akaroa Borough Council to close the ground on sports day on the motion of Mr L» J, Vangioni seconded by Mr 8. Hay* ward. . '
J The following gentlemen were ap--1 pointed to receive entries entries and arrange the following events on the programmer—Beauty show, Mr G. W. Thomas; tug of war, Mr L. J. Vangioni;. boys events, Messrs S. Hay ward, G. Kearney, and Q. 0. T. Armstrong, veteran's race, the presisident, Mr 6, Armstrong; throwing the cricket ball, Mr W. Jacobson ;
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AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914
AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914
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