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TENNIS.

LITTLE RIVER BTAB CLUB

A general meeting of the Star Tennis Club, Little Kiver, wag held at the pavilion on March 30th, when there was a good attendance, Mr 0. White being voted to the chair. The secretary, Mr Alex Breitmeyer, presented an interim balance sheet of receipts and expenditure to March 31at, showing receipts £13 Us Bd, and expenditure £S 2g.

Members expressed satisfaction at the credit balance of £5 9* Bd, and on the motion of Mr B. White the statement as read wns adopted It was resolved the club wind up the eeassn on, Friday, April 14th, when the finals for the various tourna ments will be played,

It was decided to invite the donors of trophies and officials to be present at the courts.

It was also decided that a social and dance be held in the evening at the Town Hall in aid of the Penin sula and Ellesmere Queen, and that the secretary write to Miss Birdling, the Peninsula. Queen, inviting her to attend the social

It«was decided to ask Mr W. F. Parkinson, president of the club, to present the club trophies at the social. The music and refreshments for the Bocial were left in the hands of secret tary and treasurer to arrange, and tbope present agreed to help to make the social a success.

A vote of thanks to the chair terminated the meeting.

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TENNIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3533, 4 April 1916

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TENNIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3533, 4 April 1916

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