On Thursday afternoon a team of howlers from the 'Otago Daily Times,’ assisted by a few friends, defeated tho Thursday players of the Taieri Club at Alosgiel. During an interval in the game Mr C. Beeby, on behalf of the visitors, presented the Taieri Club with a valuable clock in recognition of the hospitality and good feeling always shown to their team when visiting Alosgiol. In making the presentation, Mr Beeby said that no gift, however valuable, would be. a sufficient acknowledgment of the kindness received by visitors from Taieri bowlers. Replying on behalf of his fellow bowlers, Air Quelch thanked the visitors for their gift, which, he said, would bo much valued by members. It would be used as a prize for rink competitions, and the names of each year’s winners would be inscribed on it. Cheers for each club dosed a nice little ceremony.
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BOWLING, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
BOWLING Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
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