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AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ANNUAL MEETIN3

The annual meeting of the Akaroa Horticultural Society was held at the Borough Council Chambers on Wednesday evening, when there were present about seven members, the president (Mr G Armstrocg) in the chair.

The bon treasurer (Mr C. W. Leete) presented the balance sheet, which showed a debit of £3 5s Bd.

The question of forming the society into an association was discus-red, but a proposition to form an associa tion was rejected for the present. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year : —Patron, Hon. R. H. Rbode3; president, Mr G. Armstrong; vice presidents, Messrs G. Cheokley, Joseph Armstrong, E. E. Lelievre and J D. Bruce; committee, Messrs Frank Taylor, L. J. Vangioni, T. v Lewitt, W. Jacobeon, H. Mottram, C. W. Leete, G. W. Thomas, A. H. Westenra and Dr. Cantrell; bon, treasurer, Mr C. W. Leete, bon. secretary, Mr Frank Armstrong.

The question of holding a concert in bid of the funds was left in the hands of Mr F. G. Armstrong, the hon. aec.

The question of holding a spring Bhow was discupsed.

It was decided to adjourn the meeting to a later date to see what) support was forthcoming.

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AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4424, 28 August 1914

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AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4424, 28 August 1914

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