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r . The eleventh annual meeting of the New Zealand Bowling Association was held last night; Mr James Hislop (vice-president) in the chair. The report congratulated members on the increasing interest taken in bowling, and, chronicled the events of the year. The balance-sheet showed the receipts to have been £59, and the expenditure £49, leaving the largest balance in hand since the inauguration of the Association. The following office-bearers were elected : President, Mr James Hislop; vice-presi-dent, Mr E. C. Ashby; hon. secretary, Mr R. T. Wheeler, jun.; hon. treasurer, Mr Thomas Moodie; auditor, Mr F. Peake. It was resolved that the annual tournament be commenced in Dunedin on the 17th January. Messrs Hislop, Wheeler, Loudon, Sinclair, and M‘Donald were appointed a committee to revise tho rules. ■

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BOWLING., Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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BOWLING. Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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