A SUCCESSFUL STONEWALL.
, \ CHRISTCHURCH, October 28. vjfitb regard- to -the proceedings at the New -Zealand Amateur Swimming Association meetingj after eleven o'clock last night the first amendment on being put was lost, and one delegate on behalf of his olubproposed further several amendments, and in doing so entered on.a learned disqriisition as to the distinction between the words "prize" and "trophy." These amendments gave rise to further discussion, and soiri&of the delegates tip make themselves comfortable for the night, fixing of a- time limit of two minutes proved effective, and at 12.35 a.m. it was decided to adjourn the meeting for a ■month;-;':}; .<-.■'.;.:■: '';'■;':?■■■■ r't . •.■'.'■ ; '-.: ■■,
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A SUCCESSFUL STONEWALL., Evening Star, Issue 10456, 28 October 1897