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BOWLING.

A meeting of the delegates of the New Zealand Bowling Association was held last night, when there were present Messrs James Hislop (vice-president, in the chair), A. Mowat, E, R. Green, G. Capsticb, J. Louden, J. Cook, J. Cleghorn, A. Sinclair, W. Crombie, T. Chalmer, R. E. Wilson, F. Peake, J. W. Smith, D. M'Pherson, M. Sinclair, A. Macdonald, T. R, Dodds, E..Hogg, W. Wilson, and R. T. Wheeler. Mr Moodie sent an apology for non-attend-ance. On the motion of Mr Sinclair it was resolved that the annual meeting be held on October' 6. Messrs James Hislop, M'Pherson, and Wheeler were appointed a sub-committee to-prepare the annual report. The question of revising the rules of the Association was brought up, andjafter discussion, was left over to the annual meeting. The Secretary stated that in several cases the same delegates had been appointed for more than one club, and it was resolved to notify those clubs to ele'et a substitute. Mr Gapstick gave notice of motion “That the annual tournament be held in March, 1898.” Mr Mowat gave notice to move—“ That the meeting be held in January, 1898.” Mr Hislop referred to the loss Mr Bishop (the president) had sustained through the death of his wife, and it was agreed to send a letter of condolence sympathising with Mr Bishop in his bereavement.

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BOWLING., Issue 10431, 28 September 1897

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BOWLING. Issue 10431, 28 September 1897

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