At a subsequent meeting of the Committee, Mr J. R. N&wton was re appointed chairman. Rev. A. H. Julius was appointed bon. sec.
The chairman and members spoke in high terms of the work done by Mr A, R. Munro in the paafe ag hon. sec for a term of upwards of 16 ye^rs. Mr , Leete w»e reappointed hon. treas.
Resolved that Messrs Dodds and Rpv Hnyward be a visiting conciniitte< for May, August, November aDd February; Leete and B. Henning JuuH, Dflcember aurt March ; Rev. A. H Julius and Mr T. Penlington, July, Ootober, January und April.
Leefce, Dodds and Boy. Hay wiud were appoiuted to sign cheques If. was decided tr: meet on the first Monday in every alternate month in the Borough Council Chambers frotn July.
Mr Leon Haylock's offer to frame two pictures was accepted with thanks.
It was decided to close the school in (he last Friday in May for a fort night's holiday.
Mr 0. Hall reported that Mr Harrow guaranteed that for £3 he could tune the school piano.
It waa resolved to have the work done, provided Mr Harrow could guarantee the piana for two years. An account amounting to £2 10a was passed for payment; and the meeti ing terminated.
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COMMITTEE MEETING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915
COMMITTEE MEETING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915
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