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SPORTS. AKAROA. ATHLETIC SPORTS CLUB. ANNUAL 't/TEETISO. NNUAL JLLEjiT NGRECREATION GROUND, AKAROA, ON EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 18,1914 OFFICIALS: Patron, Hod. R. H. Bhodes; President, Mr G. Armstrong ; Vioe-presidentß, Messrs W. Tarkiu, L. J. Vangioni, E. E, Lelievre, W. H. Henninp, P. WederelJ. 3. Wederell, W J. B'ahe, H. VV. Piper, and Dr Cantrell; judge?, Measra G. W. Thomas, J, D. Bruoe; J. B. Newton, G. Cheekley, M. G. Daly, T. Perilinglon, B. W. Henning, and C. «', Leete ; Ground Committee, Messrs A. Rhodes J Bbodes, 8 Hayward, GOT Armstrong, W Curry, L Armstrong, V. Armstrong, G W Thomas, T McGsire ; Executive Commiitee, Messro C Narbey, W. Day, 8. Hayward,"G O T Armstrong, l> Langropa, H.VV Wilkins, A Bhodes, F G Armstrong, L J Vangioni, C Goodwin, G W Thomas, and G. Kearney ; siartere, Messrs G Checkley and MGD.ily; Timekeepeis, Messrs M G Daly and L J Van gioni; hon. auditor, Mr HVV Wilkins: 00lMessrs G Kearney, G 0 T Armstrong, and V Armstrong; hon. secretary and treasurer, Wfi M Jacobson ; handicappero, the Canterbury Athletic and Cycling Union. PROGRAMME, 110 a m—loo Yards Handicap, boys under It). First prize 158, iecond sa; entry Is Poet entry. 11.15—100 Yards Handicap, cpsn; First prize 60s, eecond 15s, thiid ss; entry 4) . 11.35—ticot Race, 50;dg, boys under IC, post entry Trophy 5a ; entry Cd 11 45-Final 100 yds Handicap, open 11,55 —I otig Jump Handicap, open, Post entry. First prize 103, second ss; en. try U Noon—School Boys'race, under J4 years, post entry First pri lQz trophy, second 5s trophy; entry Gd i 12.15—Belay Bace, school boys, teams of 4, op nto all Peninsula schools, Prizes trophies 5s each; entry 2s per teitu. LUNCHEON ADJOURNMENT. I.o—Grand Handicap 120 yds, first distance First prize 30s, eecond 10d ; entry 2s 1.20—100,; ds Sack race, poet entry Priza 10i ; entry Is 1 30—Graod Handicap, 220 yds, second distance Firet prize 30s, second 10s; entry 2i 1 40 -Hop, Step, and Jump Handicap, post entry Prize 10s, entry Is 1 50—Throwing the Cricket Ball, po3t-entry. Prize 10a; eitry 1h 2.o—Grand Handicap, 440 yds, third distance First prize 355, second 10s; entry 2s Gd / 210 High Jump Handicap, post entry Prize 10s ; entry Is 2.2o—Veteans' Rice, for Men over 45, poet entry First prze 15b, second ss; en

try Is 2.30- Half Mile Handicap First prize 50s, 6f cod 20s ; entry 3s 240 -Stepping Competition, post entry s First prize 15s, second 10s, third os; entry Iβ 2 50—Putting tbe Shot, pealed handicaps, post entry First prize 15s, second sa; entry Is 3.o—Mile Handicap Fiat prize 60s, second piiz9 206; entry 4s 3.lo—Tugcf War, teams of 7. distiict or club representatives. Prize £2 2s; entry Is per man 3.ls—Novelty JKace. ISOyde—soyds backwards, 50yds all fours, 50yds run, post_ entry Jfiraf prize 20s, second ss; eri" try Is 3 SO—Pillow Fight on Boom, post entry Ptize 10d; entry Is 3,4o—Belay Bece. 1 mile, teams cf foor, jost entry Piize 40s ; entry 5b 340 - Fire Bngade Evtnt, open, S men. De tails of competition may be had on application to Superintendent Akaroa Fire Brigade, post entry. Prizes valued at 21s each ; entrance 6s per team BEAUTY SHOW for Men. to be judged by ladies Prizg trophy; entry Is Tbe Club gives a gold medal to tbe com- 1 petitcr scoring most points in athletic events —points to count as rules specify. A gold medal will be given to the winner of the Mile handicap, and the competitor scor* ing most points in Grand Handicap events. LULES.

1. Poat entries ciose at noon on the day of the sports. 2. Three to enter or no race, four to enter, or no eecond prize. 3. All protests te be lodged with tbe Score- j tary witbin 15 minutes of contest, together with a deposit of ss, which will- be forfeited if protest be not sustained, 4. Three tries only allowed in Long Jump •ml Hop, Step, and Jump. 5 Three tries only allowed te beat eaoh height in High Jump, 6 Points to count in running erents— Firft 5, second 2, third 1. In jumping events Fir t 2, Becond I 7. In all cases, of dispute the derision of (he Committee shall be firm!, 8. The (tarter is empowered to penalise or diequtth/j , :ujo conip titor disobeying his orders. 9 All races to be started punctually to advertised time. 10, All events to be run under the New Zvftianrt Athletic Union rulee 11. l-ntrieemust be aocompanied by leet two yonrfi' performances. If no performances la'-.t two years, last four performances. 12 Entries for handicap events close at 6|j m on Monday, April 6, 1914, Entrance foes must accompany nominations'for handicap events. WE. M. JACOBSON, Hon. bfo.

MEETINGS. I PENINSULA LADIES , HOOKEY * ASSOCIATION. < ANNUAL MEETING. ' Tbc Annual Meeting of the Peninsula Ladies' Hockey Association will be held on EDNESDAYNEXT, Apri 8, in the Akaroa County Council Chambers, 1 uvauchelle, at 2 30 p.m. Business.—To Receive Report and Balance Sheet, elect Officrs and general. ' X LATTER. ' Hon. See. ' PtTBLIC NTJTTCES. CAME ASTIIAY. pED HEIFER, 2 years old, on my pro--LV perty, Owner can have same by paying expenaes. L.KAY. TECHNICAL SCHOOL. " BEB will cominenoe as follows :— Dressmaking—Monday, April 6th, at 7.30 p m. Cookery—Tuesday. April 7tb, at 7.30 p.m. Woodwork—Tuesday, April 2lst, at 7 30 p.m. The same teachers as during last year will bavo oharge ol the Classes. ALEX GRAY, Hon. See. rriENDERS to close at the Public Trust ( -I Office, Christchurob, at 5 p.m. on Bth [ APRIL NEXT, are invited fora YEAR'S I TENANCY of 17 Acres of Cocksfoot land , Bituftte Port Levy Summit road, and being 1 the property of John Denny or Ttone Tene. Particulars and Conditions of Lease and Form of Tender on application to Constable Whatman, Little River, or PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE, Christcburcb,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914

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