DUNEDIN GUN CLUB.
, The following are the handicaps for the Musselburgh Match :-i
CYCLING. _The Invercargill Cycling Club met last night to consider the proposal to secede from tho New Zealand Cyclists' Alliance. The weather was atrocious, and the meeting small. It was therefore considered advisable to delay the final decision. The stumblingblock in the way of joining the League of Wheelman appeared to be tho probability of losing the amateur status in other athletio associations.. The New Zealand Cyclists' Touring Club have decided (says the' Post') to approach the Customs Department with a view to making mutual arrangements with the Customs Departments of the other Anstrahan colonies by which touring cyclists maybe furnished with certificates which will enable them to enter their bicycles without formality. ROUNDERS. The George street School girls defeated the Albany s',reet girls at rounders last evening by 70 points to 42.
ROWING. The annual meeting of the Otago Rowing Association was held last night. The firesfdent (Mr John White) occupied the chair, and delegates from all the local clubs attended.
The balance-sheet and report showed that tlie funds-of the Association were in a verv satisfactory condition. J The following office-bearers, were aDpointed r-President, Mr John White; vice-presidents-Messrs John Mill, James Mills, C,P. M, Butterworth, S. S. Myers, and L 0. Beal, jun.; Committee of ManagementPlaits,. Ross, Jackeon, *Maoka7 Jaraea Connor, Yeoman,-WiUon, Walls, and Higgms; hon. treasurer, Mr A. D. Ross • hoivsecretary, Mr J. J. Connor, jun.; hon! auditora, Messrs J. Brown and J. P. Donald. - ...
On, the question of the 1898 championship regatta being discussed, it was clearly seen that delegates were determined to leave no stone unturned to have it in Otago; and as a result of this determinatidn the following resolution was adoptod, being proposed by Mr A. D. Ross and seconded,by Mr J. J. Connor, jun. :—"That this Association decide to send a special delegate to attend the aunual-meeting of the N.Z. A.R. A. to advocate the claims of Otago in connection with, the championship regatta." Mr ;F. W. P. Jackeon (O.R.C) was asked td act as the i special delegate, '.•■••
-A'resolution thanked the local Press for the cordial support and assistance aocorded during last season. .
C. H. Chevannes . Y. s. Yds. ..31 J. Campbell 234 J. Graham ..27 ILM'Kenzie .". 23 R.J. Whittle, jun.. .. 261 G. A. Jackson ... 23 R. Stevens ... .. 26J W.Ford ... .23 "Lancaster"... J. H. Mitchell ..20 H. Bennett ... 22* -. 25 B. Burgess:.. 224 A. Cowie "Harry Price" •• 24|. AW A. Barnard .. 24J "Ballistite" ...22* J. Brey... ... , ..24 "Amberite" ... 22 "Grindell" ... ..24 A.M'Donald ...22 H. Cutts .. 24 J. Crossan • 22 R. J. Whittle W.Scott ... . .. 23J J. C. MiUer**jun.;;; 21 .. 23J R. Rutherford ... 21 G. T.Ayers ... . .. 23} "Greener" . qi
Permanent link to this item
DUNEDIN GUN CLUB., Evening Star, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897, Supplement
DUNEDIN GUN CLUB. Evening Star, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897, Supplement
Using This Item
Allied Press Ltd is the copyright owner for the Evening Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Allied Press Ltd. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.