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AKAROA CORONATION LIBRARY.

»_• COMMITTEE MEETING. A (reeling of the' Committee was held in the Library on Tuesday. February 9:h. . Pre son.t- Messrs Bruce' (chairman), Armstrong, Turner, Western-,'Henning, Munro, Tjnr'nV«s : ;"-dj]4 Miss Jacobson.. . ' \Aceountsa_i'frßasmg to £11 Is «ere passed for pnyment "'-W,... . The annual report and were adopted. •■ ' . . V'r??.\: ; . Mr Bermirig moved thnt Mesdsiroes'Qtiai'. tly and Ditely be mude-b.oo; rn'orfcbers f.ithe Library, to 31st December, 1919. Seconded bj Mr Thomas and carried. ANNUAL MEETING. . , The am ual meetingwas then hnld. Hressent the same miraber-' find Mr C W L> et<>. Mr Leete moved a»yot- of lHanks to the outgoing officers, the librarian, and the'hon. sec. Seconded by Mr Armstrong and carried, *■■ I .'t'iiu k.llw'.v;. <; v._iooi-s wern elected :— President, Mr J D Bruce; Vie-President. I'Mr W H Hpiining ; : ,_ : Odaimitifo. Me■-rs J 8 Dodds, A Grit;,. G A'iniHi-i.i.g; Q XX Thi mv?. A H Munro, ;v J 'I uriii■>, liuvs A H Ju ais a.;o' JW Hey ward;: Misses'. It. »tid E JiicObson; hon. tec. a.ul tsf-a*.. Miss I'J. Ja. cobson ; hon. auoitor, Mr y ff.Lete. Mr Thomas.moted a'yfiie 6f tnanks b Mr Leete, hon auditor. Seconded i y Mr Dodds and carried, .' M- Leete moved th« adoption o£ the rep"it and balunee sjieet as under iSfO ondtd by Mr Turner and narrieii. ' 'Balance brought forwnid I&ks year £15 2s 9d, members' subscriptions £'24 6'6d, Gov.rnraent subs-id}- I9M. £11 'l'/n 7d, | interest Savings hank 1918, lis Sd, patty cash 6s,_l, total £66 19s 5d L-brananV salary, eto £26.. aiationeiv, . < 2 3d. fu>l. light, cleaning,'htc 17s. pri t •'•" t<nl adver i ing 17*. insurance £2 1* H

ratps £i lis, new'books,-pernfVo'al?, etc 519 la 3d, repairs' to'building '.£2 '9s, 'furniture, eti .• ( Jc,eih.tii'iß' I (i:ewo©d'-'i3s; .cs'en bnlar;c3 at end ol yeu.r £9 J3s- 2df total £60 19s 3d •' i ANNUAr/^ItJvPORT'. ' ',;:■:• : "Tn prf senling ib« annual report, 'he Committee coragi'tiiUiateM the institut'on en a sue c.ifsful yea-" A feature of'tho. yenr'- vvo.k f-= the pationtigH hf vmitors ((.fesid'ents-do not join the'jiis:., niitioi' us tiny ought • It is to be hoped thf. rule making tjie library! open fiutii 2 p in on .tauiutdajt comes into force r"t. -c p. <■■~ ,n frr-m.ifce J ays will join. Tb-i oi I'd i. brti-dice ft the.end of' Deoemuer wrs „9 ij}j 2ii. unci there are. no Hab lities and eri ■■ ■■ ol' ±'2'without' tli'e'£ubs'dy. / --E M 'J'lO'OlS on" Mr .(-li'ti ing coin'ftliiined.tf ih.- seale 1 fof suhsuf ip'.i'Mjfip ' adi-pt' : d . I'-'iii; r.l'.-.. (•<.!.- The i)'»lf vei r ; y -trlii-'cti|)t,)t;j-> !;■"•- u.>i;e 6s. , . Mr IVete mov'-d" ibat I be a recVmrnehJii tion to ;Ii • ConiiijV.'.-' to'ievtri to-the-o d rystenr ''.- .. '• •" ■_ ' .„-' ' ■ • by Mr Heuning and carried, Mr Mimfo dissenting... ' ~.'. .'.'>,.';> '.V ■", Mr Heci.iug alludad to the alteration in I'.nangementß whereby tba-reference, library was closed. Ho o't'eri wished to look at The p-p'-rs. Ea.movd that it be a reeornmiVtuiit tion to '.he C'ommil-tees tout'-the,reference H-*c lion be ke-:..t open f.'nni 9 o.»u-' to '!Kp-,m. Me r-niii ti;ttt in Auckland tjivi 'Library was open _.. 7ji m ■ " '■ Mr Tuner s.iid h»v,ould like to sea a ■;-:■.-ding mom s ej-arale, kept open ah* tiny v i-I'i a raUried person in charge.. Mr Airnstrong. said it .was .impossible to leave* tlif libran, open with'no one in Attend Miiee All ihe books in the,building were euf jihi.uf, i-n'd'if the young penple'mu',ita:ed the p pi-.iH ii «as» due- to* their vandalism that :):;e bu.lding had to be closed all day, Mr He> ning's motion was seconded by Mr Monro and-lost.'. - 1 "• '.'■'.'- Mr Dodds said the Committee-should make •a big. t-ffort personally to get more subscribers Tt'o shon d Im all .We Bays,people;know.that the Libwiiy was open on Saturday's-fi.o'm 2 to-:-j p.m. i-l'o--believed."m'any'm'ore Could be umde to j--i:i ' _ ' Mi; Turner said the. library.\va#-an excellent one; arid he could not,understand more people not suppoiting the. institution " -. -,-'- : - The meeting then terminated '

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AKAROA CORONATION LIBRARY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3478, 16 February 1915

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AKAROA CORONATION LIBRARY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3478, 16 February 1915

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