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AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS.

A meeting of the committee of tbe Akaroa Athletic Sports Club wa<? held on Saturday evening at the Akaroa Borough Council Chambers, when there were present:—Me*srs G. Armstrong, President, in the- (chair), S. Hayward, G. Kearney, A. Rhodes, and W, Jacobson, (hon. sec). The Sectretary presented the audited balance sheet which is as follows: — RECEIPTS. £ 6- d 7 Cr, balanoeldlS 13 ' Entrance money ~ .. .. 25 2 v Collections and donations .. 20 18 0 Registration fees .. .. .. 12 0 Proceeds dance .. ~ .. 5 0 0 I Debit balance .. .. .. 2 0 £52 7 7 EXPENDITURE. £ B, d. Prize money 36 10 0 Sundries 8 4 Fees Canterbury Centre N.Z. Athletic and Cycling Union 210 9 rinting and.advertising.. .. 717 6 S edals and inscribing .. .. 415 0 £52 7 7 ASSETS; £ s. d. Outstanding entrance money, 1913 10 0 £10 0 LIABILITIES. £ s. d Debit balance 2 Refreshments, dance .. .. 19 _ £114 The secretary said tbat there were still a few donations to come in which would just about square tbe books for the year.

The balance sheet was adopted. 1 The president, in reviewing the sports, thanked the many willing helpers for their assistance, especially the ground committee, Messrs Alfred and James Bhodes, S, Hayward and others. The sports had been the best ever held by the club, and be thanked all those who had assisted in making ihem so, He also thanked tbe secretary for his work in connection with ihe sports. He said tbe finances were satisfactory, considering that the United Fire Brigades' Conference had just been held previously, and there had been a number of drags in the way of subscriptions, He thanked the collectors for their good work, especially Mr Gordon Kearney. Mr A. Bhodes moved a VGry hearty vote of thanks to the president for the great interest he bad taken in tbe sports, and for his valuable assistance to the club.

The motion was seconded by Mr S Hayward, and carried.

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AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4397, 19 May 1914

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AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4397, 19 May 1914

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