WAI-ITI CROQUET CLUB.
Tbe annual meefing of the above Club was held on Monday afternoon There was a fair attendance, the presi dent, Mrs Bruce, beiDg in the chair.
REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. The report and balance sheefe were read and adopted as under :— BBOEIPTfI £ s d Balance to credit 1913 11 .. 3 1 Members subscriptions . ■ 15 7 6 Donations 2 3 6 £17 14 1 EPXENDITURE £ B d Attending green 14 13 3 Exchange on cheque .. .. 6 J. Kerridge 6 0 Bepnirs to marker .. .. 3 6 ■•Akaroa Mail" Office .. .. 16 6 L J Vangioni 19 3 Balance to credit .. .. 15 1 £17 14 1 ASSETS £ b a Credit balance at Bank .. 3 1 Cash in hand .. .. .. 12 0 Club property 3 0 0 £3 15 I Liabilities—Nil.
In spite of the war the Club hae bad a successful 1914*15 season. Starting with a credit balance of
3a Id, wn have ended with a credit balance of 15<* Id. The thank? Nt the Club are Especially due to Mrs Bruce, the president, nnd to the hon trees., Mias F. Vangioni. Mrs Brnce haH devnked much time and energy to thp Club's welfare. Thero are a number of subscriptions overdue amounting in all to £1 Hi, whirtfa the hon treae bag bepn unable to collect. With fcho consent of the meeting theso will be written off. The green has been cut, but; not top dressed this season as the time hardly warrants such expen diture, A new set of hoops and balls is urgently needed NEW MEMBERS Twplve new members were elected, and three resignations accepted. OFFICERS. The following officers were elected : Patronesses, Mepdames G Armstrong and R. H. Rhodes ; president., Mrs J. R. Newton; vicepre?idents, Mesdames Lelievre, Jacob bod, Oantrell and Shepherd; com rnittee, Meedames Leete, Bruce, Pilkington. Mottrarn, Kerridge, Misses L. and F. Vangioni; boo. Treasi., Mrs L. Haylock; bon. sec , Miss E. Jacob son; hon auditor, Mr H. W. Wilkina, green committee, Mesdanaes 0. and J R. Newton, Bruce, and Miss F. Van gioni,
It was left to Mrs Pilkington to arrange re afternoon teas.
It was decided to recommend mem bers to supply simpler teas this coming season.
Miss F. Vangioni moved and Mrs Leete seconded that the green be opened on Saturday, October 23rd, when there would be general afternoon tea
Donations amounting to £2. were collected in the room for a new set of balls, and it was left in Miss Van gion's hands to procure same.
A vote of thanks to tbe retiring officers concluded the meeting.
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WAI-ITI CROQUET CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3496, 15 October 1915
WAI-ITI CROQUET CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3496, 15 October 1915
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