AKAROA REGATTA. ♦ ~ ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Akaroa Regatta was held on Tuesday evening. Present—His Worship the Mayor, aud Messrs D. Fyfe, C. Goodwin, 0. Hall, G. Cheekley, T. Lewitt, H. E. Craw sfcuw, Li Bruce, C. Hail, H. Bell, A. Munro, W. Williams, J. R. and H. Newton, L. Haylock, T. Lawrence, J. Beatiie, and C. W. Leete (bon sec). The n.ioutea of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. REGATTA. , Mr C. Goodwin said be had spoken to a member of the Christcburuh centre, and he said the Christchurch clubs expected a reduction in the prize money, and they would help the Akaroa people with tbe Regatta, The loca.l club was strongly in favour of a regatta Mr C. Hall moved that the Regatta be held ou December 16. Seconded by Air H. Newton*. Mr G. Cheekley said that he would like an expression of opinion as to finance, and the Commodore was best qualified to give Bucjbi an opinion._ Mr G. Armstroug said bo did not J see auy difficulty iv that direction if j they wouil all help. He doubted 1 whether it would be tasy to get money from Christchurch this year If the prizj inonny were reduced it would ! make tbe task easier. There were several men iv tha town who could help, and tha members of tbe BoatiDg i. mo shou il give a hand There was a itint some other sports should be oigam.-fLU 10 interest outsiders who v/ara doc interested in the .scu.lmg lv the early days tbey used to have all tbe Bays people in, and amudemenc wa3 provided for them It would be a pity to lee tbe Regatta go altogether, The motion to hold the regaUa was carried unanimously. ( FFICERS. The following officers were elected : Patron—Hon. R. H, Rhodes: Commodore, Mr G. Armstrong; ViceCommodores, Messrs. W. H Henning, E. E. Lelievre, J, JD. Bruce, and Dr. Cantrell; Judges, Messrs Armstrong, Bruce, Piper, Westenra, Lelievre, Crawshaw, and Dr Cantrell; Umpires, Messrs J. R. Newton, A. Gray, and A Rhodes; Timekeeper, Mr E- E. Lelisevre; Starter, Mr Geo. Cheekley, ! Stake and Buoy Committee, Messrs Geo. Whelch, B. Heuning, R. Bruce, J, Beattie, and C. isewton ; Handicap. Committee, The Bailing Club; Executive Ccramittee, Messrs Lewitt (chairman), B. Henning, W. Jaeobson, L. J • Varjgioni, C. Goodin, A. Gray, T. Pen jlington, F. Armstrong, H. Crawshaw, and H. Newton ; Mr C. W. Leete. hon 'sec. PROGRAMME. The programme was adopted, including a sailing race and eight rowing races, comprising a total amount of prize money of £62, a3 against £89 in the previous programme. ENTERTAINMENT. Mr Vangioni caoved the hon. secapply at once for tbe hall for the night of December 16th. \ Seconded by Mr Hall and carried. ! The chairman proposed tbe secretary write to the U S.S, Co, re an ex cursion boat. Seconded by Mr H. Newton and carried. A vote of thanks to the chair closed the meeting. Five handkerohiefs used to day ! and still require more Cold in tie Head, did you say ? Why do you not try "NAZOL" ? STUD. TO bTAND AT rtKXKOA ■ HUIA DILLON 2 17, by Harold Dillon, imp., dam Gra'anette, imp). TEHMia—Season, !3£gs.; Guarantee, sgs. etiennr c. Lelievre.
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