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TENNIS.

STAR TENNIS CLUB,

A meeting of the Star Tennis Club was held In the pavilion on Thursday, February 18. 1915. Mr A Breitmeyer was voted to" the chair. 'Ihe minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence wae read— From Mr W. H. Montgomery, thanking the members for the wreath Bent. From the Akaroa Domain Tennia Club re return mntch on March & Received. Mr A. Breitmeyer moved—That the Star Tennis Club desires to place on record its deep and sincere sorrow at the death of its j patron, the late Hon. W. H. Montgomery, and its appreciation of the services rendered by him to the sport of tennis in Little River, and at the same time tenders to Messrs John and W. H. Montgomery and family its deepest sympathy with them in their Bad bereavement. The motion was curried in silence, tho members standing. It was resolved the secretary write to the Akaroa Domain Club, stating that the Star Club could not play the match on the Gth March, as most members would be away at camp, and to suggest the 11th or 13th March. Arrangements were made re entertaining the team, ■ A vote of thanks to the chair oloeed the meeting.

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TENNIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915

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TENNIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915

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