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Cycling Club.

i— * — The annual meeting of the Invercargill Cycling Club was held on Tuesday evening, mid was attended ■by close on 50 members. The President (Mr D. A. Mitchell) occupied the chair, and congratulated the members on the advancement made during the year. Members subscriptions had increased by over £3O. Considerable discussion took place over the state of some of the roads, more especially the Dacre road. On the motion of Mr George Woods, seconded by Mr Paape, it was decided to telegraph the Government with a view to getting the road put in repair. A reply was received on Thursday from the Premier, stating that the matter would be considered. Votes of thanks were passed to the retiring President, the Stewards, and the Secretary (Mr A. A. Paape) who has proved himself an energetic officer and a keenn worker in the interests of the Club. The following office-bearers were elected : Patron, Mr A. F. Hawke ; President, Mr J. McNamara ; Vice-presi-dents, Messrs C. A. Dykes, P. A. •Toynt, R. 13. McKay, D. A. Mitchell, and J. G. Petrie ; Captain, Mr H.D. Smith ; Deputy-captains, Messrs W. •I. Speirs and D. M, Adams ; auditor, Mr J. Rigg ; bugler, Mr A. Ferguson. Committee : Messrs J. E. Bews, A. F. Ennis, A. Ie H. Hoyles, P. Dawson, and J. Butler.; secretary and treasurer, Mr A. Paape.

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Cycling Club., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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Cycling Club. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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