PENINSULA SALEYARDS COMPANY
The annual meeting of shareholders of the Peninsula SaleyaHH Company was held at the company's ofiiop, Duvaucbeile, on Fri. day last; present— Mes«re B. Latter (chair* man of directors), R. Paton, G. Vogan. R. A and J. Pettigrew. R St-wart, T W Wilkin«, H. Williame, W. W. Williams and C. W. Lcete. The report ctatod that the statement of aocounts submitted showed fat the past year's operations have been rery satisfactory, the yard and paddock fees amounting to £117 8a 9d, being a renord year for the company. It was decided to pay a dividend of 5 per cent on paid up capital. The chairman, in moving the adoption of the report, pointed out that the year had established a record in the way ef yard fees, On the motion ot the chairman, seconded by Mr R. Stewart, t^e balance sheet was adopted. ' . The two retiring directors -Messrs R. Latter and E. E. Lelievre—were reelected.
Mr H. W. Wilkins was re-elected auditor,
Mr J. H. Williame movFcl a hearty vote of thmke to the directors nnd recretury for tbe cnreful way in which they had carried ont the company's business during the past year. Tbe chairman suitably replied. A recommendation was - made to the director to erect anoth r receiving yard.
Vote of thanks to the eh ir terminated the meeting. At a subsequent meeting of directors, Mr R Latter was eltcted chairman.
Mr T. W. Wilkins moved that, in the etent of fat cattle beinß pheei in the two pens in the receiving yard, the fat cattle sale s)art there. : Seconded by Mr W. W. Williams, and
The oheirman moved, and Mr Pitton seconded, that a receiving yard for etore cattle be erected.—Carried.
Accounts amounting to £5 53 were passed for pajnienf.
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PENINSULA SALEYARDS COMPANY, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914
PENINSULA SALEYARDS COMPANY Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914
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