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j The annual meeting of the Star Football: Club was held on Saturday evening in tin I Town Hall, when there was ah attendance of thirty'-fonr members. '■■ Mr G. V. Grahm was voted to the chair. 'X'''-;\:^f'v>;."j The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. • •.*■■■: cv ; ■./.-. !^i Correspondence was read— , •■:. From Merivale Football Club re a match; also apology from club captain, who unfor tunately could not attend, owing to illnets. Tho balance-sheet was read, which showed

v"" : . rtceipts £17 13s 2d, expenditure £17 10;;, ,w leaving a credit balance of 3s 2d. iTfta ot the past year have been rather '.heavy,' especially with regard to gravelling thus making a small balance, f' ,Tie balance, sheet was adopted. pr-The olub.captain. in'his soventh annual 'report, congratulated the olub on its success tpf the past year in winning the Parkinson phield for ihß fourth time out of five times splayed for, the Buchanan Cup for the third time, which is now the club's property, the [Association Cup tor the fourth time, and (the G. V. Cup for the second time io auooessioi;/wtiich is now also the club's property. Inn club.s thanks are due to Ibe president (Mr J. 0. Coop) for his gentility daring the season; to Mr F. Coop for ■resenting a trophy; to the officials for their liberal donations; to the referee; and to |he ladies for their assistance at the social. The junior report was presented for the first time, which congratulated the members upon the splendid tight they put up, aisd wished them, success during tbe coming year. Mr F, Coop was thanked for his gift of a trophy. The chairman, in moving the adoption of If the reports and balance-sheet, congratulated ■ the club on being ah'e to present s >eh a favourable report. It was the best they had , ■ had, and he hoped the .olub would have a /* still batter report next year. i Seconded by Mr F. Joblin, and carried. The following officers were elector!: — jTatron, Hon. W Montgomery; president. v fdr J 0 Coop; vice-presidents, Messrs J Montgomery, W H Montgomery, W F Parkinson, H Smith, WAitken, S. T. Harris, J Joblin, G Golombus, J Chapman, H. Chap<man, F Coop, Dr Pemberton, J Gaskin, J F 'Buohanan, T Thompson, FG Birdling. X Holt, A 8 Webster G V Graham, S H Übl"»\ E W Wright. E E Nutt, W Carston, R Fersrnson, A V Hntcbimon, D Richards, J _ Williams, A Murray. W Bedford, H Lee and Key. B, G Fox; : clob captain, Mr A W Scoullar; committee, Messrs A W Scoullar, CLondrigan, C White, G Radford, R Dyer, F. Joblin; olub referee, GTidyman; seleo- ■-•.»■' tors, Messrs A W Scoullar, C Londrigan and G Radford; field captain, Mr C Londrhmn; ' delegates to P.R.U.. Messrs C Liondrigan aiid Q Radford; hon. sec, Mr G Breitmeyer. It was resolved that the subscription be 2s. It was ; deoided to open the season on April 4, with Wairewa if possible. Re match with Merivale, it waß decided to .write and inform them that the Star Club *, would be pleased to have a matoh on Satur ' day, April 11, as requested. , ■■■ ' = The secretary was instructed to write to the Library Committee re dressing room, also to arrange for clnb room. ikMeisrs E. Usher and J. Gddens were elected members. ,'•'., The meeting then dosed with a voto of thanks to the ohair.

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STAR FOOTBALL CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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STAR FOOTBALL CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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