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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS

: ■ 7- —■ i KINGS' COLLEGE OLD BOYS. [A r • ; The tenth animal general meeting of Hie ■ ing. A good attendance of old boys, i,oth Th V " r a u |~ ?n ntry ! w «s » leasing "feature.--Ihe followinj; otlicers nere elected !m- - iwm-io.-uv C. V. Boberteon, president (reelected unopposed); Dr. U. J. Owen mid Mr , Graliaui Held, vice-presidents- Mr U Du- . f«ur, hou. secretary; Mr N. Duthle, hon. - nff^T 1 "/ Messrs A ' X - Wiginore. Alex. V. j Held, L. O. Murray, and T. M. Wilkes com- - mlttee. The president, in his report for the t past year, mentioned that there was a con- « slderalilc increase in memliprship, which < was proof of the prosperity of the assocla--1 Uon, and of the support accorded by those ; boys who loft King's College last year. . King's old boys were now scattered iii all' -, parts of the world, and many of them maln- . lamed their iuterest in the association liy sj writing Interesting accounts of their doings. - extracts of such correspondence .ipneurijig , at times in the "Collegian." A satisfactory t point, to notice wns the election to the executive of several of the more recent "old s hoys, - ' men who only left the college a year or so ago. The association had just coin- - pleted Uie tenth year of its usefulness. - The funds were In a very satisfactory state, - a lialauce being In hand of £00, and the association was free or all Indebtedness. Votes • o£ thanks were passed to the principal (Mr ' C. T. Major) and the masters of King's Colj lege for their assistance to mid klmlly In* . terest in the association. A vote of condol- . euce was extended to Mr Major on the occasion of the recent death of his mother.

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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