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FOOTBALL.

ANNUAL MEETING WAIBEWA CLUB.

Tbe annual meeting of tbe Wairewa Football Olub was held on Monday evening, tbe club captain (Mr B. Barclay), being in tbe choir. Tbe.e was a good attendance of members. Tbe annual report ptated that six of tbe club's members bed gene to the front with the Expeditionary Force. In view of the departure of rr en for tbe front and the loss of members in

other ways, it was hoped tbat tbe club would be able to get eot-iftanco from Kaituno, so tbat tbe club could con tinue as usual. .

: The following officers were then 'elected .—Patron, Hon. R H Bbodep; president, Mr J. F. Bucbonan ; committee, Messrs F. Fahey, T. Brankin,

H. French, J. Jackson, M. Ba-r'ay, L. Coop, H Htmingwov, rv'P, P ; liDg; bon. Eeo. and treasurer, _____ .l. Fabey ; delegates to Peninsula Rugby sub-Union, Messrs L. Fahey and H. French.

It wets decided to oppn tbe sea°on with a rx fitch v.' Kaituna at Kaituna on Saluiday.

It v.F.p de tided to enter a team in tbe Feninsu-a Bughy Union's competition this year.

A vota of thanks to the chair ter ruinated the meeting.

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FOOTBALL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3453, 23 April 1915

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FOOTBALL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3453, 23 April 1915

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