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ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the club was hel< ; lafet- eveningy the.president (Mr C.W. Leete in the chair. There was a large attendant of members. ■ ' ''

.. The repprt and balance sheet were adopted as under :— "Tbe committee has plnasure in presenting the annual report and balance sbeet of the ,club for the past year Our boathonse waa nods- com pleted 'hn til Jan v ary. last Jl' c - delay-1 being caused 5; by> the rPO->rit •|)ahjptir trouble Bti It-was 'rlbt-nntilFebrrJaß?. that we could have our opening whioh ■»■>•■ marked by a social held in our r.ew Kpr-ial half. ,Vemberehip.-Tbe membership now .-Stands at 72, being -.about, the same as last Year. to raise enongh money by debt*nture?. owing to the tightness of the money market at the -time. A,Bam, of £400 bag. been borrowed, 'interest at fM rate of .6 per ""cant" per'"annumA-The tni'tees 4 , Messrs Cheokley and J. R. Newton, kindly guaranteed the club' for tbis' amount; :.'Elant— Turin;? the past season four new racing :o bbatß' haVe been A* wbHasedi A best and best convertible doable sculler, a four-oar, a stump and a doiibleieoulleri-and an old four.oar was also purchased from the Lyttelton Club, to be used as a training boat.. , Pleasure Boats.—The'pleasure plant* conn rlbls of two 'double pculling'pleasure boats.: Two single sontling-pleasure boa's are onder ..cjffer to .the club. Your committee thinks theßß should be* procured if possible, as pleasure boats are in preat demand during Oarsatid,Sculls— The pars and scnlirt were ordered from Mr Norton. When viTt&i WQV>> asking-,for .them, he sent us "a te'egram, svping that the" bars hnd all been smashed while being shipped, but we hnve 3inoe found nut thatjie had not roado Ihem. i aTOI-gol raoine ajod .poetise bars -have tttff? beefc o a\-.Wellingtdn firm, ■mi should bej&ere in Club Races—During the'-seasbn two-chib races were held—the President's Cup and the JnnMS MirS, Both; -wpr,eskeenly oopteled by 'junior" * ■f-nerhws. 1 ' Thanks—The -best thanks of the olub are recorded to Mr Wilkins for his services Jas'h'bnorary auditor, also to the ladies who have worked and '■--'••"'^fslffje^^ The committee wish to thank Messrs J. R,, Newton, J. P. Gutbrle, L. Haylock and C. "*"."" W. Leete for donations'to the club's fund?. Regattas.—During the paßt season the olub wa3 not represented at any regattas, owinj? to the late arrival of racing boats, and not being able to procure any oi'S and sculls fttendafcal-Th^fV 6l " 6 -* 1 * commit^, .■ . ffifflnijhild |u#|gAhe^e ft r.s Tbj^pl|of•■;• o.^-Lee4a l 6 |: 3 , T.McG.uire,43, .SKJparJtlq. *Rißru.eJ. M. Jfeatiri'ey ' §. B. Hf nning 7, C. Goodwin 12. L. Haylock ' qQne!rASjqß/£thg"" beg 7 'to^xtdnd--tothe incoming. pffioers the best wishes for a prosperous bR,, in the'r power to assist them." Building Account.—To capital account, £705; -Sale of section, £74; interest on £700 (d'epo'-ited with the Akaroa Borough Counoil), £14 03 Bd,; mortgage, £400 ; total. £U9a'Q?'sd. Bx-'buUilinni'boathouse, £896 14s 6d; architeotV,'£4o- 7s; supervision re building, £18 ; new,- doar at, foot of stair. case. £4 10s; balance, £233 8s lid; total, £1193; JOB fid. General Account.—Rpcoipts: To cash on hand:24th;September, 1913, fit 13s 8d; outstanding BobsoripUqns,, 1.912 13, £13 15=-. 6d; .".rflembers' subscr'pfidrig, £50 Is 6d; £2 103; donations. £18 ss; rent of ss; sale of pinna, case,' 7a 6d; rent of "section, £2; balance building account, £233 8? lid; t«*l,i':S3Bß 183 Id, Expenditure: By rac ipg boats, £133 15s 9d ; pleasure boats, £45 ; sculls, £10 14s; piano, £40; £15 35,;.' general furniture, £15 17s interest on mortgage, arid duty,' £20 19s 3d; insurance., buildinß/and' plant, £7 14s presentations, £7 Is 4d; ' "nail, 1 £2"; Abates, £3 Us 4d ; CtfritfrbUry.. Rowing Islodation, £2 3s 8d: making •Mb' 1 blazer boiler, ,£5 10s 8d; electric light* jßt; 7s; honora ■ riurov£6 v .6s; stamps ahdAetatibnery, £2 15a £8 7a lid ■■ last year ao-' I2a/4d; Bank,, of -New , Zealand £11- %tof 4S&J&-Bh iq,{ff-na; £4-"ss lOd. (less, - - fa W'*tS&S' l 2.&totftl, ■ ">,-./' '-v-,.-* - •• '-«■■*'■ £959 -'115,,6 d; .plant,; ** **fll*fri^6Vtf J £289;3s 3dboiler. ■£s„ b 4s ; ,Bdj .-put '-•■standing sale feetton, £1; outstanding re land of rates, £1 Qj 41; outstanding subr - scnptiona,'l9l3-.1-4>1912 13, 1911-12, £25 , Sgffi£M4sl>& u in?hms}?fs£ W^^total, - ffls&s^tifyi ; 'ty -*» iMee-^SlortgigaiiHOO; ' 1914£3; out-, 17a 7d; , balance lla 2d; .total • v£_Softßß lid:! j-,*r . _.-. ~. /£ 3 "' OFTI6BBB. The following officers wore elected.— Pjl>^a , il&on'^fSß--*Rt l 'o 1 3es; president, Mr Messrs W,.8. lielievre; oaptain*,;Mr'TA' rlCAWitt'r .Tioeoaptain.* Mr B. W„ Henning! t?eas„'Mr M. G/Dal'y; committee, *mw#B>|il-JKBarrieyj' ; B.'.Briiee. T. McGuire. h^Mm(lVfihrO Hayward, H. R. ■^^ewWrf8 i e* 1 rJ&" boinmUteeV' Messrs M. Kear-jr-ney,,o. .GoodwinAand H.R.Newton; dele&H<«I? : Rowing Association,' MessraOtley arid Fisher.' ~<. HONOBAEIUM An honorarium of five guineas was voted to the hpn. sec. It was decided to recommend the com mittee pleasure boats from E. Rees, Christohurch. i iJ[i'-'W."W. * v HerinirJg mbvedAas a' "recommendation to th incoming committee, that an effort be made to colleat all outstanding sttbaoriptioh's. - '- -u-v- Seconded by Mr-Checkley, and earned. V^-' — 7,, VOTBS OFTHAMKB. -". A"very hearty vote of -thanks was passed to A-'the, outgoing, officers on the motion of Mr ". s Checkley, who spoke of the high work done ' : . "; by the offioials during a trying >ear. Mr C. Hall seconded the motion and spoke •■ '' also of tha good work done by last year's '.' v ofiSoials,

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Votrs nf thanks were also passed to the hon aud-tor, and 10 the delegates of the Can teibuvy Honing ieiation. A voti o£ thanks to the ohairolos:d ll g masting.

* COMMITTEE '*:; MEETING., At a subsequent committee meeting, it was decided to buy tbe pleasure bout?*.

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AKAROA BOATING CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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AKAROA BOATING CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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