A meeting of the committee was held on Tuesday evening. Present— Messrs W, H. Hennitjg (chairman), A. J. Turner, A. H. Westenra, G, W. Thomas, J. S. Dodds, A. B. Munro and Miss Jacbbson, APOLOGY. Reve. A. H. Julius aud J. W. Hayward sent apologies for thefr unavoidable absence, | The chairman moved that the subscription remain at 10? per annum and 6a half yearly aa laid down in rules printed aud inserted in the library books. Seconded by Mr Thoma; and carCiediSMr Munro dissenting.,
Acoount3 amounting to £7 6s "d were passed for pnyraanfc. Borne diacu63i"on en-usd re hi'.e payment o£ subfoription3 by subscribers. The chairman moved ihat Mr Thomaa and the mover look up tbe' books and saa that steps be taken re collecting subscription? ia arroa". Seconded by Mr Turner and car ried.
i Mr Thotnaa movsd the Selection (Committee procure £5 worth of tiara , books in suitable instalments. Seconded by Mr Wasiionra and carried. ; Mr Do3(3s be left in tbe ! bands o£ the librarian to employ '■ labour to clear tb.9 windows of tbe library. Secondorl by Mr Westena a carnpd
The chairman undertook to circulnrize people in the Bays re joining library. A book was handed to the com inittee entitled " Names and History of English Regiments," The book hud been suns by the late Mr F. A. Anson to Dr. Levinge to be forwarded on to tbe Akaioa Library.
Ihe chairman moved that D' , Levinge be written to thanking him f-jr the gift, and tiuk'ng him to on the library'a tbank» to Mrtt Auson. Seconded by Mr Thomas and cat led.
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AKAROA LIBRARY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3459, 14 May 1915