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DUNEDIN FANCIERS' CLUB

A meeting of the committee of tho above club was held last night, Mr 15. y. Monzics presiding. Tin; New Zealand Kennel Club wroir stating that the club's letter with refer once to Iho Kennel Club giving a dona tion towards tho importation of a »b.>','. judge from England had been referred t< the'president, and th.-.t it would give a reply as soon as possible. —Received. Mr W. D. Blair wrote accepting appointment as hon. veterinary surgeon. Sir George M'Lean wrote accepting the position of' patron, and enclosing a donation of one guinea. Messrs C. E. Statham and S. Solomon, K.C., also wrote accepting positions of patron.

The following committees were appointed : Poultry—Messrs J. B. White (convener), T. Brown, W. Oinnnd, J. H. Dav, W. Hendry, H. Brownlee, J. W. Munro, W. Cole. Pigeons—Messrs W. J. S. Tattersfield (convener), W. Esquilant. G. Nicolson. Canaries—Messrs R. J. Brown (convener), W. Hill, G. Nicolson. Dogs—Messrs B. Ellis {convener). C. Morris, C. Kerr, C. A. Hut ton, L. A. Russell, L. Guiness, S. Dovercux, W. J. Munro, R. L. Martin, R. S. Menzies. Cats and Pets—Messrs B. Ellis (convener), S. Devoreux. Finance— Messrs C. A. liutton (convener), R. S. Mcnzies, and W. Esquilant. Hall—Messrs R. S. Menzies (convener), W. Esquilant, W. J. f>. Tattersfield.

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DUNEDIN FANCIERS' CLUB, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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DUNEDIN FANCIERS' CLUB Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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