PETONE TENNIS CLUB.
Mr. H. C. Kirk presided at the eighteenth annual meeting of the Pctone Tennis Club, held last night. The report indicated that tho club was in a sound condition. The membership htid inoi-onsed, nnd further addition was expected during the coming season. Tho junior championships in both ladies' and men's inter-club competitions had been won by the Potono toams, this being the fir.«t time that the olub liad been 'successful iv intor-club matches. TJie finances wero nlso in v' satisfactory stnto. Them whs only JB3 outstanding for members' subscriptions, Thfc surplus of assets over liabilities was £270 18a lid. Officers were elected for the ensuing yenr as follow :— President, Mr. R. C. Kirk; vice-presidents, Me«srs. Home, Warnes, Lodder. Foster, and Dr. Ross; secretory, Mr. V. Andrews-; treasurer, Mr. R. Hope; management committee, Messrs, Austin, Parkinson, Duncan, Kppn, and Thompson* ladies' committee, Misses Bennett, Albnd&r, Foote, Morris, and ( Coehrnne ; selection committee, Messrs. Parkinson, Austin, and Hope; auditor, Mr. J. Baxter j delegate to association, Sir Austin. \ The season will bo opened on * 7th Outobat>
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PETONE TENNIS CLUB., Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 63, 12 September 1911
PETONE TENNIS CLUB. Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 63, 12 September 1911
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