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CYCLING.

LEAGUE OP WHEELAIEN,

A meeting of the Council of the League of New Zealand Wheelmen was held in the Clarendon Hotel last evening; present — Messrs W. G. Atack (chairman), A. R. Kirk, F. M'Kechnie, B. P. Gully, A. Donaldson, W. E. Simes, F. S. Malcolm and J. H. Parker. The Chairman referred to the annual meeting of the Amateur Athletic Association, which had dealt with certain rules that affected the League. It was decided" to ask the Association to appoint representatives to meet League representatives .in conference on matters of mutual interest. Messrs M'Kechnie, Parker and the Chairman were appointed a. sub-commit-tee to represent the League. On the recommendation of the North Canterbury Centre, it was decided to remove the name of two riders from the defaulters' list, and to add another. It was resolved to decline the request of the same Centre to grant it £5 as an increase of its secretary's bonus. A report of the Centre's recent business was received. The names of the Rakaia and the Kumara Clubs were struck off the roll of affiliated clubs, as their subscriptions had not been paid. On the recommendation oi the North Canterbury Centre, A. Calder was Reinstated as an amateur. Applications from A. Holmes (North Canterbury) and H. Miller (Auckland) were referred back to the respective Centres for further particulars. The Secretary of the International Cyclists' Association wrote regarding international cycling matters. He stated thatReynolds had informed him that under existing circumstances he would not think of competing in Paris. G. Sutherland wrote from Paris. Referring to the uncertainty regarding his competing, he stated that he •was daily expecting to hear from the League as to how he should act. Meantime he should keep in training. The Chairman stated that Sutherland and Reynolds would have received information in plenty, of time to. compete. -The cycle -path movement, as initiated in Auckland, was brought up by the Chairman, and the Secretary was instructed to communicate with the various Centres, drawing their attention to the Bill which had been drawn up in Auckland, and asking them to consider it, and take action accordingly, ~. •-— -~~ : ■

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CYCLING., Star, Issue 6885, 28 August 1900

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CYCLING. Star, Issue 6885, 28 August 1900

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