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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS

AIASTER HAIRDRESSERS AND TOBACCONISTS' INDUSTRIAL UNION. There was a moderate attendance of the master hairdressers at the annual general meeting, held in the Employers' Association Rooms, Queen-sta—:et- The secretary presented the annual report of the business of the union, together- with the balancesheet, which were adopted as read. The financial .positioo-o_ the Union is in a more -healthy srate than it was twelve months ago._» Various reforms were freely discussed, and it -was decided to try and Improve the two branches of business as much as possible in the near future. The question of a_Jowing cheap-}—cks in the streets was pat to the meeting, ane met with the disapproval of the members, the secretary be lng requested to the Town Clerk endorsing the Council*- action in not supplying licenses to the cheap-Jacks to sell their goods In the streets. The committee were empowered to make the necessary arrangements for holding a dinner for members of the trade, »o take place in a few weeks. A vote or thanks was passed to the officers of the union for their wort during the last twelve months. The following is a list of oißcers for the ensuing year:—President, Mr R. Bagleton- vice-pre-dents, Mr H. Bolitho and Mr F. Cleal; secretary and treasurer, Mr F. - Maiding* trustees. Mr J. Jensen and Mr J. Clowes; comjirittee. Mr D. Lutnsden and Mr G. Coldicutt; patron, Mr EL E. Partridge; honorary vice-president*. Messrs Russell, Benjamin. Flnlayson, W. F. Darby, and G. H. Baker; additional vTce-presidents, Mr J. TTadgeon. Mr J. Jamieson Mr J. Smyth, Mr E. Rule. UNITED DRUIDS' PICNIC. A very enjoyable ontlng was held at Motutapu last Saturday, about 1000 being present. A good programme of sports was helfl. and the various events resulted as follows: —Boys, under 16: Carter L Quedley 2. Cornaga 3. Past Arches: Bennett 1. Mcintosh 2. Druids' daughters: Fowler 1. Barrett 2. Druids' handicap: Hutchison 1, Campney 2, Smith 3. Present officers: Quedley _, Donald 2. Druids' wives: Mrs. Smith 1, Mrs. Winn 2. Lady Druids: Miss Gear 1. Miss Hume 2. Friendly Societies: Payne L Dorrinßton -. Bennett 3. Married ladies'.race: .Mrs. Long 1, Mis. Winn 2. Siamese race: Campney and Phillips L Committee race: Quedley V Mcintosh 2. Druids, over 40: Hopover 1, Winn 2. Tug-of-war: Grey Lynn Lodge L Girls, over ISjts: Miss Bater 3, Miss McKay 2.

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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