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The annual meeting of the club was held on November 3; present — Messrs A. Gray (chairman). E. Staples. S. Hammond, W. Hammond, W. Glynan, V. Magee, L. Hammond, T. Penlington and L. J. Vangioni. The balance sheet was adopted, and accounts to the amount of £10 Is 6d were passed for payment. The report as under was adopted: -

'My committee begs to report that the last season's sailing was a great success. At. the beginning of the season there were five boats competing, aud five nearly all through the season. The Bona lad tbe ill luck to oapsize twioe last season, but the crew were none the worse for their ducking The thanks of the club are due to those gentle. men who bo kindly donated the prizes. There were 21 races, and all the prizes were donated, showing what a keen interest the general public takes in the sailing events. The challenge cup, kindly presented by Mr Mr W. Burk, to be held for one year by the winner of the most number of points in club r aces, was won by W. Glynan's Sparetime with 43 points, the Dotteroll and Waterbetle following closely with 37 and 34 points resi ectively. The balance is in a good healthy condition, showing a credit of £12 lis lid. Wishing the club a very successful season this year and good weather.—For the committee, L. J. Vangioni, hon. sec." OFFICERS, The following officers were elected : — Patron. Hon. R. H. Rhodes ; presi dent. G. Armstrong, Esq ; vice presidents, Dr. Cantrell. Messrs G. Check ley, T. E. Taylor, H. Bell. G. Pilking ton, W. K. Virtue, H. Parkin, C. VV. Burland and H. W. Piper; com-! mittee, Messrs A. Gray, W. Glynan, W. Pool, T. Penlington, L. Hammond, R. Paurini. L. J. Vangioni and GHammond ; bon. sec. and treasurer. Mr L. J. Vangioni. Moved by Mr W. Glynnn. seconded by Mr W. Hammond, tbat the opening race be sailed on November 20. Carried. Resolved that a dinner be held on opening night, and that tbe cup and Thousands have tried "NAZOL" fo Colds in the Head. Bronchitis and Influenza aud prefer it to any other remedy, because it is prompt in its actios, effective, and does ta disorder the stotnaoli.

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AKAROA SAILING CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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AKAROA SAILING CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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