QUKEN'K DIUVK AiNXUAL. There was a good aftendanee at tie. amiunl meeting oi tho Queen's Dri\, lioatiim ('Tub. Mr V-,'. J. Wib.mi p.-s.-sided. "The report, and baiance-sbeet wer. adopted. The rlectiou of -'(heels i-:• fulled ; —Fresbkr.l. >ur dames Mills Ki'.M.C. neeiccteo.. vee Messrs K. Dodds, ,(. f.'".!brr.ith, A. MTu ms A. M'lrityre, A. Fi.;'le.r?x;;-i, ,r,id Dr hamorrn and" BoiTie : captain. Mr H Hey: deputy-captaiu, .Ur B. M'C'rrrinacl:: seeretavy and ti'easoiei', Mr A Hay b--elpcted); General Committee—Mpste ,f, H. Campbell, .7. Shanks. P> Aitken, E. Perry. W. LiftvHch, and W Crawford ; Seloi tion i.'nrriaT.ittoe—Mesti; H. Bey, D. Aitken. and J. Shanks; audi tor, Mr J. H. Crav.-.'crd ire-elcctedi ; delegates to O.R.A.—Messrs W. J. Wilson, B. Hawes, and H. Hey.
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