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Mr ,1. S. Hir-lop presided over the annual meeting of the Otago Athletic Clubs’ Pro tection Association, held last evening. • The bala.nce-shecr, showed a- loss on the year's working of £2 los 2d. which »b----sorhed the credit, balance with which the rear started. In addition, there is a liability of £o ss.

In moving the adoption of the ic.port and balance-sheet, the l ln a inn an said that the financial position of the Association was not altogether s«ti.«(;io,ory. for the statement showed that, even if ail the outstanding; suht,dipt ions were got- in. there would still be a. debt, of a. few shillings. There were over 50 athletic chibs of various kinds not affiliated with (ho a.-s*x-iation. qnd an effort would have, to hr made to enrol a number of these. Tire association had a, membership of 30 clubs, bat- needed 40 to enable them to pay their way. If the extra 10 could net he got into lire fold, it would be neces.mrv to consider Hire advisability of raising the subscription from 10s to 15s per annum. Tire work during the year had Ireen beneficial end had re'.nsjnoolbly, and for 1 his the assoeiaiion were guiatlv indebted to the secretary. Alt E. S. Wilson, whose connection with athletic clubs had been of great n-c in locating defaulters. Mr G. A. Wycherley seconded tire motion, which was earned. The election <J office-bearers resulted afollowe :—President. Mr J. A. Hislop heelected tor the 2<fih time) : committee Messrs C. Chadwick L. Chadwh k IcrickeD. G. Nelson, W. Brown (Rugby football), M. Priest (rowing), }•’. J. Lough (motoring). J. C*. Cameron, tun, (Association fool hill!) : secretary and treasurer, Mr Eh S. Wilson (re-elected); hon. auditor. Mr N. (tliphant (re-elected'. It was decided that the 21 names sub' milled to the meet dig be added to the list, to be printed and circulated amongst. Die affiliated clubs and association*.

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