History of the Heretaunga Club 75th Jubilee 1906-1981



1906 – 1981



1906 – 1981


President B.C. Kaye
Vice-Presidents: C.W. Needham, H. Mockridge.
Committee: D. Dutton, R. Nisbet, K.G. Bainbridge, B. Rodgers, I. Beck, K. Coombe, M. Marsh


W. McGavock (Chairman) D. G. Rae (Vice-Chairman) D McMillan, K. G. Bainbridge, G. Hadwen, K. Coombe, D. Finlayson, B. Kaye, V. Morris, W. Needham, H. Mockridge, D. M. Taylor, N. Hadwen (Secretary).


1906 – 1910 Carlton Club Hotel
1910 – 1937 Heretaunga St West
1937 – 1960 Market St North
1960 –   Victoria Street


I would like on behalf of the members of the Heretaunga Club, to express our thanks to all those responsible for the organising of the events and functions which are taking place during our Jubilee year. Not only those on the executive committee, the sports committee and the social committee, but also those on the Jubilee Committee especially set up to organise our festivities. Special thanks also to those responsible for the gathering of material for this magazine which gives us a brief picture of our past and will be of great value in our future years.

We have reached a milestone in our history and we can look back to some bright and some gloomy periods in our past, but as we enter our fourth quarter century, with the buildings and facilities we now own, I foresee a very bright future for the Club. We owe our existence to past members with resolution and wisdom and I am confident that our present and future members will maintain that high standard and keep this Club an institution to which we are all proud to belong.

Barney Kaye.


In a small city such as Hastings, seventy five years is a long time and many changes are evident. Few organisations have been able to celebrate 75 years of continued activity. To do this, much time, effort and hard work must be put in by many people over a lengthy period. The Heretaunga Club is such a body and has been most fortunate over the 75 yeas of life to have been blessed with a steady flow of able and efficient officers and administrators. On the sporting side the Heretaunga Club has achieved quite a reputation for good sportsmanship.

A 75th anniversary is perhaps a time when one is inclined to dwell a little too much on the past but this is human nature and understandable. However we should ever be forward looking and provided each generation makes its own contribution and does not rest on the past achievements the future of the Heretaunga Club should be assured.

Congratulations to the Club on its Jubilee and I wish it continued success in the next 75 years.

Neil Dorreen

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This brief history of the Heretaunga Club has been compiled solely from old minute books which have fortunately survived three changes of premises, seventy five different committees, a flood and an earthquake, and are now among the most valued possessions of the club. The records, in places barely legible through indifferent handwriting or faded print have survived the years and provided us with sufficient facts to be of interest to many of our members. Only matters of historical interest have been included, personalities and opinions have been avoided.


The Heretaunga Club owes its existence to a group of citizens who, learning of the moving of the Hastings Club from rooms in the Carlton Club Hotel, seized the opportunity to form a new club to take over the vacated rooms.

The first minutes of the club were as follows …

“A meeting convened by M/s A.L.D. Fraser and W.J. Stratton was held on May 30, 1906, at the Carlton Club Hotel, Hastings, the following being present: A.L.D. Fraser (chair), E. Cameron, G.F. Roach, J. Blake, E.B. Jones, W.C. Maddison, W.J. Stratton, A.L. Ryan, A. Miller, Capt A. H. Russell and M. Morrison.

It was decided that a club be formed to take over the rooms lately occupied by the Hastings Club. (Card room, Stranger room, Reading room, Billiards room).

Mr J.D. Rivers, proprietor of the Carlton Club Hotel attended and agreed as follows … Rent to be ₤78 per annum … Club to pay all gas bills… Club to have all receipts from billiards table … club to pay for all papers … Lessor to provide firing, cleaning and attendance … In the event the club not being in a financial condition to pay the full rent at the end of the twelve months, the lessor Mr Rivers, to receive the balance of receipts for the year. Proposed A.L.D. Fraser, Seconded G.F. Roach. That these conditions be accepted. Carried. Proposed A.L.D. Fraser, Seconded W.C. Maddison. That A.L. Ryan be appointed secretary pro tem.

A sub committee of A.L.D. Fraser, W. J. Stratton, D. Scannell and the Hon Secretary were appointed to prepare a draft of rules to submit to a meeting to be called for June 7. Proposed E.B. Jones, Seconded A. Miller. That the club be called The Heretaunga Club.

It was decided that for the present two copies of the three local daily papers be ordered.

The first General Meeting of the Heretaunga Club was held in the clubrooms on Friday, June 8, 1906. Present D. Scannell (chair), G. F. Roach, E. R. Cameron, W. C. Maddison, J.T. Blake, M. Morrison, A. Miller, E. Basil Jones, W. J. Stratton. The following officers were elected: President: A. L. D. Fraser, Vice-Presidents: G. F Roach, W. C. Maddison, Hon Secretary-treasurer: A. L. Ryan. Committee: A. H. Russell, A. Gregory, E. Basil Jones W. J. Stratton, C.L. Mackersey D. Scannell, E. R. Cameron. The following were elected as foundation members of the club: G. F. Roach, Major Gascoigne, A. Weaver, G. P. Donnelly, W. Robertson, James T. Wellwood, F. L. Bone, Victor R.  Roach, A. Dillon (M.H.R.), J. Holden, J.J. Boyd, J. R. Gillespie, A. Reid, T. Lindsay, J. S. McLeod, J. H. Lowry, F. D. Luckie, P. Hunter, A. Shields, M. E. Groome, A. Gregory and V. Hoadley. Proposed W. C Maddison. Seconded G. F. Roach That no entrance fee be charged for three months from May 31st or until such time that the membership reaches fifty in numbers.

Mr D. Scannell desired it to be noted that the committee was elected from the material that was at the disposal of the meeting.

The rules as drafted by the sub committee appointed were read by Mr D. Scannell and on the motion of Mr G. F. Roach, seconded by Mr E. R. Cameron, they were adopted provisionally. Proposed W. J. Stratton. Seconded G. F. Roach. The secretary be instructed to have the club connected to the Hastings Telephone Exchange with switch attachments. Carried. Proposed W. J. Stratton. Seconded D. Scannell. That the club bank be the Bank of New South Wales.

It was decided to call a general meeting of

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the foundation members for Thursday 14th, inst. at 8 o’clock pm and a committee meeting for 7.30 on the same evening. Confirmed W. C. Maddison. Chairman.”

And so The Heretaunga Club was born in the Carlton Club Hotel on the corner of Heretaunga St and Karamu Rd seventy five years ago with a membership of thirty three.

Photo caption – The Carlton Club Hotel, first home of the Heretaunga Club. Picture taken about 1908


“In making their first annual report your committee has pleasure in congratulating members on the success the club has attained in the first year of its existence. The balance sheet shows a credit balance of ₤111 14s 11d. One hundred pounds of this amount has been invested in the Hastings Building Society at 3½ per cent, and at the end of the financial year, the interest had accumulated to 18s and will continue to accumulate from day to day until the principal is withdrawn. This 18s is accumulative and is not therefore included in the balance sheet. The club has assets in cards, stationery etc. amounting to ₤10, and the outstanding accounts were ₤2 2s 6d. This left the club on May 31 with an actual credit of ₤112 12s 11d (including interest on the ₤100), and an excess of assets over liabilities of ₤120 10s 5d.

During the year seven committee meetings were held, the attendance being as follows:- W. C Maddison 7, W. J. Stratton 7, E. R. Cameron 6, G. F. Roach 6, E. Basil Jones 5, C. L. Mackersey 3, A.L.D Fraser 2, D. Scannell 2, A. Gregory 1, and A. H. Russell 1.

Four General meetings were held.

The billiards revenue has been most satisfactory, and a contract has been let by Mr Rivers for the extension of the club premises so as to admit of another table, as one table has been unable to satisfy the demand. In this regard you are recommended by your committee to accept Mr Rivers’ proposal to erect new billiards room, card room, etc on the following terms … The yearly rental of the club to be increased from ₤75 to ₤150 per annum from the date the contract is completed, the lease to be from year to year terminable by twelve months notice on either side from any of the quarterly dates on which the rent is payable.

The members roll includes 117 names, which is quite as many as the present premises can accommodate, but when the club is

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enlarged an increased membership may be looked forward to.

The reading room is well supplied with papers from all over the Dominion, besides literature from the Australian Commonwealth and England.

The card room is well patronised but the revenue from this portion of the club is very unsatisfactory, which is a matter which may well engage the attention of the meeting.

The introduction of strangers into the club is also conducted in a very loose manner and the members should assume an immediate and firm stand on this matter.
A.L.D. Fraser. Pres.”



₤  S  D
Subscriptions   232.3.0
Entrance fees   6 6 0
Billiards (including Bragge’s display)   93 0 11
Telephone fees   2 19 9
Sundries   3 0
334 12 8


₤  S  D
Telephone (rent and installation)   9 8 8
Telephone (bureau fees)   3 8 6
Printing stationery and stamps   31 14 2
Newspapers   20 14 8
Cards   3 2 0
Mantles (gas)   3 18 0
Gas   48 1 8
Rent   78 0 0
Clock   1 5 0
Bragge (fee)   5 5 0
Alteration and erection new Billiards table   14 0 9
Refund (Macfarline)   1 1 0
Invested Hastings Building Society   100 0 0
Sundries   1 16 4
Bank Exchange   0 9 6
Bank charges   10.0
Cheque book   2 6
Balance at bank   11 14 11
344 12 8

Invested Hastings Building Society   100.0.0
Bank Balance   11 14 11
111 14 11

I have examined the books and vouchers of the Heretaunga Club and find them to agree with the balance sheet.

H. Dawson

Arthur L. Ryan
Hon Secretary

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And so the club’s first premises were situated in the Carlton Club Hotel, an old wooden building recently demolished to make room for the Lion Tavern.  They consisted of a card room, reading room, billiards room, containing one table, and a strangers room where visitors can be entertained. There was no bar room, but members could receive refreshments by ringing a bell and having the publican or his deputy attend to their needs.

By February 1907 the membership had risen to 110 and attention was drawn to members that they would have to look out for larger premises and it was hoped therefore that the club “would be economical in its expenditure without being parsimonious.” A letter was sent to the landlord, Mr D. J. Rivers requesting him to provide a room big enough for two billiards tables, other wise the club would be forced to seek other premises. They also suggested that he move a table from his public billiards room to the club room and re-cloth “the total cost not to exceed ₤12.”

These seemingly harsh measures by the club produced the required results as Mr Rivers replied offering to erect new billiards and card rooms. In consideration, he agreed to cancel the existing lease and substitute a fresh one at a rental of ₤150 per annum (instead of ₤75) on a year to year basis and to be terminated by twelve months notice on either side. The club accepted these terms and six months later a letter of appreciation was forwarded to Mr Rivers stating the members were well satisfied with the manner the new rooms were finished and furnished.

In 1909 the hotel was taken over by Mr Samuel Charlton who was not prepared to enter into a long lease with the club but agreed to only six months notice on either side. However the following year a letter was received from Mr Charlton’s solicitors stating that owing to clauses in the newly introduced Licensing Act it was advisable that Mr Charlton should resume

Reading room of club within Carlton Club Hotel, 1908.

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Top floor of this building in Heretaunga Street, was club’s home from 1910 to 1937

occupation of the rooms. So arrangements were made to secure space in the “Ferro Concrete Building” in Heretaunga Street West, which was owned by Mr J. N. Williams. It later changed hands to Lady Russell and after that to Mr D. Donovan. The lease was for three years and the rental thirty five shillings per week.

An overdraft was arranged with the bank and was guaranteed by several club members. Its purpose was to purchase furniture for the new club rooms which included two Wright Ravish Champion billiards tables.

The official opening took place on November 30, 1910. A ladies’ afternoon was held and in the evening members of the Hastings Club were invited to a billiards tournament. After fitting and furnishing had been completed, the president Mr M. Johnson in his report of 1911 claimed “There are not anywhere in the Dominion more comfortable or better fitted rooms than our club here.”

Great excitement was evident when in May 1913 it was decided that the electric light be installed in the club rooms and the Hastings Borough Council’s tender of ₤22 15s was accepted.

It appears that many happy years were spent in these rooms in Heretaunga Street and excellent relations were maintained with all three landlords. Mr Donovan even considerably reduced the rental “for the duration of the war and one year thereafter.”

On October 31, 1936 a special general meeting was held to discuss leasing the whole of the first floor of a building to be erected by Mr D. H. Newbigin in Market St. North (now occupied by Crown Furnishers) It was moved, seconded and carried that the rooms be leased on the following conditions …

1.   The rent would be ₤6 per week.
2.   Term to be ten years.

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The Club took up the whole of the upper storey of this building in Market Street from 1937 to 1960.

Prior to purchase of Victoria Street property, suggestions were made to build on Queen Street section. This one by D.G. Rae



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3.   Club would need right of renewal for a further ten years.
4.   The club would loan to Mr Newbigin the sum of ₤1500 at 4½ per cent for five years secured by a second mortgage over land and building.

This was agreed to by the owner and the following year the club moved into the new premises

It seems that no provision was made for rent increases for in 1949 a new lease was drawn up with the solicitors of Mr Newbigin for five years at a rental of ₤9 per week with a right of renewal for a further five years. The club was to remain in Market St until 1960 when they moved into the present situation in Victoria St. Now for the first time the club occupied its own freehold property.


Many prior attempts had been made however to own their own premises, the first dating back to 1908 when a special meeting was held to discuss purchase of a section upon which new rooms could be erected. Four months later it was decided that this section was too small for adequate club rooms and it was resold for about the same price.

The next purchase was made in 1911 of a section and house on the corner of King and Eastbourne Streets, owned by Mrs Youngson. The purchase price was ₤1350 which was purchased by a deposit of ₤400 plus a Promissory Note made out to the vendor and a mortgage of ₤650 by a Mr Robson. This property was subsequently tenanted to Mr G. Luttrell who remained there until it was disposed on by the club. At the Annual General Meeting in 1917 when the club was comfortably settled in their rented rooms in Heretaunga St., it was agreed that their freehold premises in King St. be offered for sale at ₤2000. An offer of ₤1750 was made by Mr J. W. White, but the sale for some reason was never finalised. The property was eventually disposed of in 1919 for ₤1500 to Messrs Napier and Ogilvie.

It seems that throughout the history of the club the members were divided into two groups. One group desired ownership of premises and the other was content with renting, together with the usual few swingers who unable to decide, swayed the voting from one side to the other.

In 1915 the Hastings Borough Council offered for removal their old Council chambers on the corner of Heretaunga and Hastings Streets to make way for the construction of the new Municipal Chambers. The club gave serious consideration to purchasing the building for ₤100, moving it to their section in King St., and offering same to the council to rent until the completion of the new chambers. However the club’s legal advisers recommended that no action be taken and so another attempt at ownership of premises failed.

It was not until 1944 that the club again purchased a property with the view to erecting their own premises. This time a section was bought in Queen St W from Messrs Phillips and Wright for ₤1100. This section lay unoccupied for 10 years before it was decided to rent it to Messrs Murray Roberts & Co. The annual rental was to be equal for the rates payable and the clearing of the section was to be done on a fifty-fifty basis.

In 1956 members were asked to submit plans of their thoughts of what a new building should consist of for club rooms to be erected on the Queen St site. A building sub committee was formed who reported discussing plans with an architect who advised that the cost of same would be about ₤30,000. It was resolved that they discuss a new plan which would be within the scope of the club’s finances. However nothing more eventuated from this move as the club was now negotiating with Mr D. Newbigin for the purchase of his property in Victoria St. Thee Queen St section was eventually sold to Messrs Williams and Kettle Ltd for ₤4500.

A victory was won by the “ownership” element in the club when in December 1959 the executive was not only authorised to purchase Mr Newbigin’s property on the corner of Victoria and Hastings Streets for ₤9500, but also to raise a mortgage in order to “make such renovations, alterations and additions to the building as may be considered necessary by the committee to provide a high standard of club amenities for the convenience and comfort of the members, on such terms and conditions as

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This picture shows the sunken garden in flood. This is the side of present bowling green.

the committee thinks fit.” This motion was passed unanimously and possession was to take place in 28th February, 1960.

The members now at last had their own property and no time was wasted in carrying out the renovations and additions. The property consisted of a large house on one acre of land which included a sunken garden, tennis court and swimming pool. The first job was to remove some interior space to provide bar space and toilet facilities, and erect a new games room. The alterations had to comply with not only the wishes of the members but also with the regulations of the city building inspectors the Health Dept, and the Licensing Control Commission.

A tender was accepted from Messrs E. W. Wilson & Sons, builders, and work was soon under way. At the next quarterly meeting an appeal was made to members to take part in working bees to work on the new property. The response was magnificent and labour, tools and machinery were forthcoming in abundance to help with the project. The members were congratulated on many occasions for the willing effort made at this time of need. The future of the club was not in doubt when so many answered the call so generously. All the alterations and additions were completed in time for the official opening which took place on 12th November 1960, less than twelve months after the decision was made for the purchase.

The sunken garden and tennis court were demolished to make way for a bowling green which will be discussed later. The swimming pool which was under where the indoor bowling floor now lies, lasted a few years longer, but eventually proved too much of a hazard. It was resolved in 1963 that no children be allowed in the pool unless under the supervision of an adult and a ₤10,000 public risk insurance was taken out to cover possible accidents. Mainly through lack of use by members, the pool was filled in in 1965.

With the passage of time and the growth of membership, the games room which contained four billiards tables and space for six bowls mats

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Main entrance to club 1981, Victoria Street. Part of old Newbigin home.

Hastings Street entrance.

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Main bar.

Indoor bowls floor.

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was considered inadequate and in 1966 discussions took place over proposals for further extensions to the club premises. Several plans were produced and displayed until finally one was chosen which would provide indoor bowling space for 10 mats and thus would allow three more billiards tables to be erected in the old room. The new extension would also allow a large carpeted area for lady visitors and escorts and provide extra toilet facilities. At a special general meeting in February 1971 authority was given to the executive to proceed with the building and a tender of $28,000 was accepted from Wilson Construction. Construction work was carried out expeditiously and the new room was officially opened in November of that year.

Parking of vehicles was now becoming a problem and it was expected that no further building extensions could be permitted by the City Council unless adequate off-street parking arrangements were made. For this purpose the club purchased in 1973, land diagonally opposite which was the inly land available in the near vicinity of the club, at a cost of twenty thousand dollars for a half acre. This was soon sealed and marked out with spaces for 98 cars. Decorative plants and lighting were added later.

In December 1976 requests were made to the members to take out debentures to help finance yet another extension to the building. This was to include the most up-to-date facilities for providing meals and seating for members and their families and friends. This building was erected in such a manner that it could be added to or built upon in future years. As this is being written another extension is being added to this dining room to provide extra toilets, more kitchen space and provision for a staircase for future development upstairs.

As the club goes into its seventy-fifth year, the members may look with pride on the club rooms and facilities they now possess. It is certainly a far cry from the few rented rooms occupied in the Carlton Club Hotel.


The club’s assets began to grow slowly right from the beginning and after being in existence for only eight months had sufficient surplus to be able to invest ₤100 on fixed deposit with the Hastings Building Society at 3½ per cent. This investment had increased to ₤300 by May 1909 and was used as deposit on the club’s first section in Market St. By 1912 the balance sheet showed a surplus of assets over liabilities of ₤1019.

Private investments were also made as the records show that in 1919 a loan to Mr A.W. Allen of Tomoana of ₤600 at 6½ per cent.

In 1932 the balance sheet showed that the club had invested ₤500 in fixed deposit with the Bank of N.S.W. at 4 percent, ₤500 with the Hastings Building Society at 5 per cent and ₤100 with the Mutual Building Society at 4½ per cent. It also showed that the net profit for that year was ₤239.15.11 which to date was a record. Most of the club’s profits have been spent on improving amenities and facilities and, apart from investments in various sections of land little was left to be placed on deposit outside.

The great change in the club’s assets took place after the Victoria Street property was purchased. From then on the assets of the club leaped ahead until the club now owns property to the approximate value of half a million dollars.


The club got away to a start with thirty three foundation members and a great effort was made to increase that number as soon as possible. By February 1907 the roll was 110. It had reached 201 by 1913 but thereafter seemed to slip again until in 1934 the membership was as low as 134. In 1914 a reciprocal agreement was made with the Napier Workingmen’s Club whereby members of one club could use the facilities of the other without payment of extra subscriptions. This only remained in force until the following A.G.M. The club was apparently struggling for members during the first world war for at the Annual General Meeting in 1917 the president Mr Thos Styles intimated that he would donate a trophy of ₤2.2.0 to anyone who secured the greatest number of new members for the club during the ensuing year.

However in later years the problem has reversed and there is always a list of prospective members wanting to be admitted. After moving into Victoria St in 1960, it was decided to keep membership to 350 but it gradually crept up and after the new addition in 1972, permission

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Left to Right Standing: J.McGoldrick – A.E. O’Meara – J. Flynn – G.G. Stephenson – S. S. Oliver – S.I. Dixon – J. B. O’Sullivan – R. W. Jones.
Sitting: F. Baird – H.P. Stratton – F. Howard – M. Johnson – A. Murley – A. O. Wellwood – G. L. Cameron.
In Front: N. H. Beatson – W. G. Jaegar – S. Baird.

This photograph was presented to Fred D. Jones by members of the Club when he left Karamu in 1913 to take up training in Featherston.

was granted from the licensing Control Commission to raise the membership to 800. This has been extended since the extension of the new dining room and the limit at this time is 900.


The first entrance fee of ₤1.10.0 and subscription of ₤2.2.0 would together equal a good week’s pay for those times. Today with the entrance fee at $35 and the subscription at the same amount they would collectively be equivalent to about half of an average week’s pay. Therefore comparatively it is cheaper to belong to the club now than it was at the beginning.

These early subscriptions remained the same until 1918 when the amount for town members was raised to ₤3.3.0 and country members remained at ₤2.2.0. They stayed at this level until 1933 when they were actually lowered to ₤2.2.0 and ₤1.1.0 to help members over the Depression. After having been restored to their former amount the following year, subscriptions remained the same until 1960 when they were raised to ₤5.5.0.

An attempt was made in 1963 to further increase the subs to ₤7.7.0. The motion was however defeated by 91 votes for to 57 against (a two third majority being required) The following year another attempt proved successful by 78 votes to 39 against (Exactly

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two-thirds as required). 1970 saw the subs raised to $20 and the nomination fee to the same figure the year following. Four years later in 1975 subs were raised to $30 and to $35 in 1978 as were the nomination fees.

In the early years, country members paid cheaper subs than town members as it was argued that those from out of town would not use the facilities as often as their urban counterparts. To qualify for country subscription one had to reside outside a three mile radius of the club Probably because of the advent of faster methods of transport this was altered to a six mile radius in 1937. About 1950 the system was changed and all members paid the same subs except those living outside the Hawke’s Bay Province. The club now has no country membership ad everyone pays the same subscription.


A major part of early club life was the reading of papers and magazines. Before radio and television this was the only way to catch up with the news of the world, and what better place to do this than in the privacy of one’s own club? The club’s first reading room was of course in the Carlton Club Hotel where the first papers ordered were …”Life Magazine,” “London Weekly Times,” “Punch” (Colonial Edition) “Illustrated London News,” “Daily Telegraph” (Napier), “Standard” (Hastings), “N.Z. Times,” “Weekly Press” and the Auckland “Weekly News.” As time progressed many other periodicals were added to the list but naturally after a few years stocks had built up tremendously and it was at first decided to send anything over six months old to the old men’s home. This system lasted until 1932 when it was decided (probably due to the depression) that an auction of all surplus reading material take place at the A.G.M. each year. Funds thus raised would assist in the purchase of fresh material for the reading room.

When the club was moved to Victoria St it was decided that the reading room was no longer required and so was discontinued. The only papers now provided by the club are the two local daily newspapers.


The playing of cards within the club has always been provided for. This facility is made use of by a minority of members but is still considered a necessary part of club life. The collection of a small fee from players to cover the cost of cards and maintenance of furniture has always been a problem as can be seen by the records.

At the Annual General Meeting in 1907 it was proposed and seconded that two honesty boxes be placed in the card room and each player contribute one shilling for an evening’s play. The motion was lost. It was proposed and seconded that the same apply with sixpence per player. Lost again. Next it was moved and seconded that contributions be left to the discretion of the players. The secretary reported that revenue from the card room was nil.

In 1916 it was resolved that the following charges be made for card players.

Morning session up to 12 noon 6 pence
Afternoon session up to 6pm 6 pence
Evening session up to 11pm 6 pence.

About 1930 a card room committee was formed to take care of fees and maintain law and order among the players. A notice was placed in the card room announcing “No player may sit behind any player in this room without first receiving the player’s permission.” The duties of the committee were later transferred to the games committee who also looked after snooker and bowls. Many changes in fees and rules were made throughout the years and many problems occurred for the committees in trying to maintain rules regarding closing hours and the collection of fees.


The most popular form of recreation in the club is the playing of snooker and billiards. At the time of the club’s foundation billiards was by far the most popular. In fact no mention of snooker was made in the records until 1918 when a billiards tournament was arranged with the Napier Workingmens Club and it was resolved that a “billiards and snooker” match be arranged for a future date. Since then snooker has gradually taken over in popularity from billiards.

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Present billiard room showing 17 tables.

When the club took over the rooms in the Carlton Club Hotel the billiards room contained only one table, but it was soon evident that it was not sufficient and so the proprietor Mr Rivers was asked to provide a larger room and move a table from the public billiards room and re-cloth it at a cost to the club of not more than ₤12” Mr Rivers obliged and from then on the club had two tables.

After moving to Heretaunga St in 1910 some members submitted their names as guarantors and an overdraft was arranged at the Bank of N.S.W. in order to furnish the rooms. The committee was then authorised to purchase two Wright Ravish “Champion” billiards tables and fittings at a total cost of ₤227.1s.6d. These are now tables two and six in the present billiards room. A third table was purchased second hand upon moving to Market Street in 1937 which is now table No 1. After movement to Victoria St a fourth table was necessary and on 16/8/60 it was resolved that the purchase of a billiards table from Te Aute Trust Board for ₤12.10.0 be approved. The table was in fairly poor condition but was soon brought up to standard and is now table No. five.

Upon completion of the new bowls floor in 1971 room was made for yet more tables and two more were purchased second hand from Auckland. These are present numbers three and four. The last to be installed was table No. seven at a cost of three thousand dollars. The club has progressed after seventy five years from one gaslit table to seven fluorescent-lighted well maintained tables, and at peak hours there is still a long list of members waiting to play.

Collection of fees for tables was always a problem. In 1906 it was resolved that billiards be charged one shilling per hundred and other games three pence per cue, “on a strictly cash basis” No mention was made of how the money was to be collected until the next year when it was resolved that “the secretary be instructed to have printed a stock of dockets in bank form and numbered with blocks and that it be made a rule that winners of all games each take a docket at the conclusion of play, collect the table fee from the loser, fill in the amount

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and sign the docket before placing it together with the money in the box placed for the purpose.

No mention of alteration to this system was made until 1947, but in 1935 the secretary reported that: “In certain instances the privilege of occasionally putting I.O.U. slips in the billiards box was being abused.” It was moved and seconded that the members concerned be written to requesting the discontinuance of such practice. In 1947 a special billiards room steward was appointed whose duty was to keep custody of billiards and snooker balls. He was to put same on table after collection of fee and remove again afterwards. The next recorded change came in 1961 when honesty boxes were placed out for collection of fees. All games to be sixpence a cue. The billiards and snooker revenue took on a remarkable improvement with the installation of light meters in 1972.

The club has been visited by many famous players over the yeas, both amateur and professional. These included a billiards display by Bragge in 1908, A visit by billiards professionals Gray, father and son, also in 1908 at a fee of ₤7.7.0. In 1914 exhibitions in billiards were given by a Mr Taylor and a Miss Roberts. Clark McConachy first visited the club in 1925 at which members were charged 2/6d and visitors 3/-. Seven guineas was the fee for a visit by Melbourne Innman in 1933. Further visits by Clark McConachy were enjoyed in 1934. 1936, and 1946. Horace Lindrum appeared with McConachy in 1935 and visited several further times. In 1948 Peter Mans from South Africa gave a billiards and snooker exhibition in the club. More recently Eddie Charlton has visited the club: 1966, 1967, 1974 with Ray Reardon and again in 1979 at a cost of $320. Exhibitions have also been given recently by Statish Mohan and Paddy Morgan.

Tournaments, both amateur ad professional have been held in the club recently and the members have enjoyed the experience of watching top players in action.

During the year several break registers have been introduced but unfortunately all the old ones have disappeared. The first one was started in 1908 in which all billiards breaks over 25 were to be entered. In 1912 a gold medal was donated to the club to be presented to the first member to make a break of 60 points or more. Unfortunately there is no record of who was its recipient.

Various incentives have been offered members to improve their game and it is interesting to note that at a billiards and snooker tournament held in 1933 it was resolved that the following prizes be donated.

1st   15/-   2 bottles wine   2 bottles beer
2nd   10/-   1 bottle wine   2 bottles beer
3rd   5/-   3 bottles beer

Many trophies have been donated for play within the club and for interclub competition but a large percentage of members now enjoy the game whether in competition or just as a “friendly” game.


The first indoor bowls mat was purchased in 1948 and the game was introduced in the club. The following year the club became affiliated to the Indoor Bowls Centre. The floor in the Market Street rooms was not very suitable and it was not until moving into Victoria St that the game took on in earnest. Provision was made on the western side of the billiards room and the floor was suitably built to accommodate six mats At the completion of the new lounge and bowls room in 1971, the indoor bowls section was moved over and there is now provision for 10 mats.


In the early days of the club a “Strangers Room” was provided for the entertainment of visitors. They were granted admission to only this part of the club. An exception to this rule was apparently made to the travelling magistrate, Mr S. E. McCarthy, who was invited in 1908 “to make full use of the club on occasions of his visits to Hastings.”

Admission of visitors has long been a matter of contention. Many early members were reprimanded for abusing visitors rules. It has always been held that visitors who pay no subscriptions should not have the same privileges as members who do.

The club over the years has been visited by many dignitaries. The Governor General Sir Cyril Newall called in 1943. There have been visits by All Blacks, other visiting sportsmen and politicians from both sides of the House.

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The club has been regarded by many conservative members as a sanctuary for the male gender only, and the first mention of ladies in the club was made in 1910 when partners of members were permitted to attend an afternoon function when the new rooms in Heretaunga St were officially opened. A rare privilege indeed. No further mention is made of lady visitors until in 1944 in the Market St rooms when it was resolved that “ladies will be admitted to the club, but not for the purposes of entertainment. Only for the purposes of awaiting their husbands or escorts, and under no conditions may visitors from dances or similar functions be admitted to the club and that the services of the steward be not available for the entertainment of ladies.” It was decided that the reading room be partitioned off at the north end for the purpose of providing a ladies’ room.

A great controversy seemed to arise as to just how welcome lady visitors were for the records show such items as …. 1945 “No ladies be permitted to the club as from tonight” and 1951 “Ladies room to close at 5 pm on Sundays” and “Ladies room to be used to ladies only.” (No men allowed).

It was not until the club got to Victoria St that permanent provision was made for lady visitors. In 1962 a work force of members prepared a room in the old house with its own entrance especially for members and partners. Decorations and furniture were donated by members and a small bar was manned by members of the committee on Saturday afternoons. This proved most popular to members who wished to bring their ladies to the club and it functioned well without interfering with members in other parts of the club.


From 1906 to 1910 while the cub was situated in the Carlton Club Hotel, refreshments were supplied to members by the publican by means of a room service system. However upon the club renting its own premises in Heretaunga Street in 1910, lockers were installed and rented to the members for 5/- per week. An early attempt to obtain a charter for the club was made in 1924 when Mr G. McKay, M.P. for Hawke’s Bay was asked todo his best to secure a charter for the Heretaunga Club. Mr McKay replied that the club should first make application. This was however not done until 1959 when the club was granted a charter by the Licensing Control Commission.

Before the charter was granted many alterations had to be made to the rules and to the premises to come up to the standard required by the Licensing Control Commission, and the Department of Health. On April 16 1959 all was ready and it was resolved that sale of liquor commence under charter rules on Friday April 17 and that no “off sales” be permitted. It was also ruled that opening the club on Sundays be discontinued. The club now belongs to the N.Z. Chartered Clubs Association and the N.Z. Association of Workingmen’s and Cosmopolitan Clubs.


As mentioned in the last paragraph, drinks were first available to members by way of room service by the proprietor of the Carlton Club Hotel where the club rented its first rooms. After the licensing laws changed in 1908, members were deemed to be on licensed premises after hours and so moves had to be made for new arrangements. After moving to Heretaunga Street, lockers were provided for the members. Liquor was purchased by the club secretary and placed in the lockers by him and charged to the respective members. Aerated waters however were resold by the club at the following prices:

Soda water   3d
Lemonade   3d
Ginger Ale   3d
Waironga Waters   6d
Dry Ginger Ale   6d
Puriri   6d

In 1924 some limits were put on members requiring liquor for their lockers. “No more than half a dozen ale or stout to be placed in members’ lockers.” “Limit of members’ credit to

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be ₤1.10s.0d for refreshments.” It was also resolved “that the price per dozen for quarts of ale be 13/- to take effect from April 7, 1924.” A great step forward was made in 1927 when the club procured an ice chest which could hold two dozen ale. If members required a cool bottle of beer they could simply exchange one from the chest with one from their locker.

Draught beer was first introduced in 1958. The Leopard Brewery offered to install a cool room with facilities to handle supplies of draught beer at a cost of ₤470 of which approximately ₤420 would be redeemable on shifting to new premises. On moving to Victoria Street the club purchased its own second hand beer tanks which sufficed until the new tank room was installed in 1978. Liquor prices like all other prices have increased greatly during the last few years. In 1962 jugs of ale in the club cost 3/-. 35 cents in 1971 to $1.10 in 1980. Similarly spirits which were 15 cents in 1971 had increased to 40 cents by 1980.


Mr J. Watt was appointed the club’s first steward in 1910 at a salary of ₤2.10s. 0d per week. He was replaced upon his death three years later by Mr G. Brunsden. A second steward, Mr W. C. Webb was engaged the following year at 15/- per week. There is no record of what his hours of duty entailed. In 1916 the steward was granted one week’s holiday, plus a further week if provision was made by himself (as regards wages) for a substitute. Another generous gesture was made to the stewards in 1918 when it was decided that all empty bottles became their property. Inflation began to rear its ugly head in 1924 when the head steward’s wages leapt from ₤4 to ₤4.10s. 0d. Another raise was issued in 1940 when it was decided “that the second steward be asked to work on Friday and Saturday nights and his wages be increased to the extent of 5/- per week to cover this extra duty.”

Stewards’ dress has always been a subject for discussion among committees. White monogrammed shirts, bow ties, white jackets have been some suggestions. A decision was made in 1934 to purchase black coats for the stewards. “Price not to exceed 24/6” The general opinion expressed throughout the years was that the stewards should always be at least as neat and tidy as the members themselves. Over seventy five years the club has employed many stewards and more recently stewardesses some for many years and some for but a few months. Generally the standard of service has been very high.


During its lifetime the club has suffered several adversities. Namely two world wars, flooded premises, an earthquake, a depression and a burglary.

Members who joined the expeditionary forces during the 1914 – 1918 was were exempted from paying subscriptions and were made honorary members until their return. An honours board was presented to the club by the president Mr J. T. Blake, and was to be kept for the purpose of recording the names of members or members’ sons who had given their lives to the empire. One good feature arising from the gloom was that the landlord of the club’s rooms agreed to reduce the rent for the duration and one year thereafter.

Immediately following the first world was cane the great influenza epidemic and in November 1918 it was resolved that a notice be placed on the notice board to the effect that not more than ten members be allowed in any one room during the epidemic and that the special general meeting called for November 28, 1918 be adjourned owing to instructions issued by the Public Health Department.

On the night of August 19 1920 some mysteriously unidentified person left a tap running all night in the club, causing severe damage to club property and also to property in the drapery shop directly below owned by Mr W. Jaegar. A considerable quantity of material was damaged by water and the club was ordered to pay damages to Mr Jaegar of ₤552. However some of the material proved salvageable and the club recovered ₤126 by selling this material to its members at a greatly reduced price.

The only reported damage to the club’s property during the 1931 earthquake was stock to the value of ₤58 8s 3d. This was however sufficient to prompt the executive to order a rail to be erected in the strong room to prevent further stock from falling to the floor. Minor damage must have been done to the building because the secretary was “deputised to wait on

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the landlord, Mr Donovan, and endeavour to get a rebate on the rent of the club premises owing to earthquake damage and consequent loss of the club’s earning power.” It was also resolved that no salary be paid to the stewards for two weeks from February 3, as the club’s premises were unoccupied. A Miss Edwards was presented with one guinea as a mark of appreciation for her action in rescuing the club money from the secretary’s office. As soon as the club was back in business offers were made to the County Club and the National Service Club for their members to use the facilities of the Heretaunga Club until their own premises were usable again after earthquake damage was repaired.

The club fell on hard times again during the Depression of the early 1930’2. Members could not afford to use the club’s facilities and indeed many fell behind with their subscriptions. In 1932 the president Mr C. Brook, pointed out the advisability of reaching some finality re outstanding subscriptions and then moved “that members in arrears shall be granted the following concession … Payment to be made to the secretary at the rate of 10/6 per month commencing September 30, 1932 and to be carried on until all arrears are paid up.” Carried.

During the second world war the club rooms along with all other premises had to be blacked out according to the regulations and often a visit was made by the local street warden to try to enforce a stricter observance. Many farewell functions were put on by the club for members on their way overseas. In fact even visitors were who were on final leave were given members’ privileges free. Members who were on active service all received a gift of ₤4 which was sent over by the club. Many fund raising bodies sprang into existence to help with the war effort and the club was a good contributor to this cause. Even after the war a “Food for Britain”: scheme was organised by the Mayor of Hastings and the club decided to donate the sum of ₤25.

The only burglary of any consequence that the club has experienced occurred on the night of 30th July, 1969. ₤532  in cash was taken which at that time was not covered by insurance. The policy was quickly altered however to cover the

Bistro Bar

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loss of cash by theft. Fortunately the need for a claim has not yet arisen.


The first record of food being available in the club was made in 1910 when it was resolved that biscuits and cheese be placed in the locker room at nine o’clock each evening. An attempt to provide members with lunches was made in 1942. It was thought that with petrol rationing members who worked in town would take advantage of this amenity. The meals were cooked and served by the head steward. Unfortunately this service soon fizzled out through lack of support. For many years in the Market Street premises lavish suppers were provided free to members on Wednesday and Friday nights in a bid to encourage more members to take advantage of the facilities All general meetings were also followed by suppers and musical entertainment. In later years counter lunches of various types have been available to members, but more recently this has been replaced by biscuits and cheese which is available at all times. Hot pies, soup and sandwiches have been provided at times in the past.

In 1968 a room in the old building was set aside for lady visitors and also for meals. Hot lunches were provided and served by the secretary-manager. This service was also discontinued after some time through lack of support. However evening meals continued on Friday and Saturday nights and soon became very popular for members and lady visitors. Deep frying vats and grill plates were installed in the old kitchen and it soon became a place of much activity on meal nights. The popularity of this service soon proved the facilities inadequate and pressure from the health authorities to make some improvements soon prompted the executive to act towards erecting the new dining room and bistro service that exists today.


Some of the young “radicals” in 1926 thought it was about time the club invested in one of

New dining room.

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those modern devices, a wireless set. At a quarterly meeting it was proposed that the committee be instructed to purchase one complete with loudspeaker on the most advantageous terms. This was “carried with enthusiasm”. The executive were however still undecided and they put it to the members again at the AGM. During the discussion the purchase was thought by some “unnecessary” and “non revenue producing” and the proposal was lost by 18 votes to 16. It was not until 6 years later in 1932 that the purchase of a wireless set was approved and the executive bought an “S.T.C.” set for ₤43.10s.0d “fully equipped and installed.”

The club’s first piano was purchased from the Hastings Operatic Society for ₤37.10s.0d in 1925. A very popular activity in the club was the old “sing song” around the piano and many evenings were enjoyed in this manner.


Over the years the club has organised many events, when members of other clubs, lady visitors, or local dignitaries have been invited. In early days this mainly took the form of billiards tournaments with other clubs. On special occasions such as farewell to members going overseas, opening of new premises, the club has been the scene of much revelry. In 1928 a send-off was held for a member, Mr Bert Grenside, prior to leaving on tour to South Africa with the All Blacks. All other local members of the squad were also invited.

Ladies nights were introduced about 1945 when the club hired a hall and an orchestra and held dances for members and partners. Upon moving to Victoria St, these social evenings were held more regularly and within the club.

In February 1953 the first club picnic was

This photograph was taken at Dartmoor after a Cricket Match between the Heretaunga Club and the Napier Cosmopolitan Club about 1923. It was presented to the club by Mr N. B. Fippand [Fippard?] who has only been able to identify a few of the players.

STANDING: 4th from left Arthur Toothill, 5th from left J. Johnston, 11th from left Keith Bull, 14th Norm Fippand, 15th Bill Pearson, Right end W. M. Watson.
SITTING: 1st left Chas Stubbs, 5th from right R.M. Hewitt.

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Jubilee Year Committee 1955 – 56
V. Patterson, L. Bone, G. Hadwen, L. Cameron, M. Taylor, L. Broughton, G. McGavock.
W. Hollings (Secretary). G. Martin (Auditor), C. Slater (Vice-Pres) N. Dorren [Dorreen] (President)
R. Pearson (Vice-Pres) M. Pullen (Treasurer).

held and this event has been continued annually ever since at many different venues. A very popular event originally intended to treat wives and children, but also enjoyed with enthusiasm by members themselves, especially towards the end of the day when the president “shouts”.

Another popular event for children is the annual Christmas Party. This began in 1955 and Father Christmas has since then arrived at the venue by many various means of transport, including sleigh, helicopter and fire engine.

1961 saw the introduction of “housie” evenings which were held every second |Saturday night. This was successful for a year or two until popularity waned and the event had to be abandoned. Picture evenings were also held in the club on Sundays. A projector was hired and a screen erected and members could bring their wives and families to enjoy the entertainment.

One of the greatest social events in the club’s history was the occasion of the Golden Jubilee in 1956. A dinner was held in the HB Farmers Tearooms to mark the occasion on 30th May, fifty years to the day after the club was formed. Invitations were extended to the Mayor of Hastings, representatives of the Police Force and presidents of other clubs.


Many and varied have been the rules relating to the closing of the club and not many issues

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have been more controversial. In 1908 a committee member brought up the matter of members staying on the premises after hours to finish billiards or to talk and he called attention to the fact that this practice would create “a certain amount of unnecessary scandal in connection with the club” and in the discussions that followed it was pointed out that the rules prohibited members from staying after hours and that the matter might be safely left in the hands of those concerned that the  rules would not be violated. There is no record of what “after hours” was but probably referred to the closing time of the hotel. After taking up residence in the Heretaunga St premises a notice was erected in all rooms to let members know that one shilling per hour would be charged to all who stayed after 11pm.

In 1941 it was decided that the club close at 12.30am on week nights and 10.45 pm on Sundays unless a member of the general committee was present and such member was prepared to remain at the club and to accept the responsibility for the conduct of any members in attendance. Another alteration in 1944 stated that the club close at 11.30 but members wishing to stay on provided there was a member of the executive present to lock up.

With a few variations this rule remained in force until the club obtained its charter in 1959. After this hours of trade were governed by the Licensing Control Commission and have been strictly adhered to ever since.


On moving to Victoria St it was found that the property contained sufficient area to lay down a full sized outdoor bowling green. Some of the club’s members were enthusiastic bowlers and they were given permission by the executive to form an outdoor bowling section of the Heretaunga Club. Unfortunately there was already in existence a Heretaunga Bowling Club and so a new name had to be found. Although it was temporarily called “Mayfair Outdoor

View of the club from bowling green.

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Interior of pavilion.

Bowling club pavilion.

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Bowling Club”, “Karamu Bowling Club” was eventually decided upon and under that name was duly registered.

Working bees were formed and the mammoth task began of creating a bowling green from an area where existed a tennis court and a sunken garden. Members gave generously of their labours and their machinery and under the watchful eye of a few experts a green was formed and was playable by the 1961-62 season.

The first committee meeting was held on March 21, 1960 and was chaired by Mr L. Brough. Funds were quickly raised by raffles, sweeps and debentures offering 3½% interest. The first subscription was ₤2.2s.0d reduced to ₤1.10s.0d for prompt payment. The costs of materials for the pavilion were covered by the main club, but all the labour was provided free by members. Mr J. Linnell was the main contributor in this respect and supplied gear as well as some materials and much time.

Since its foundation the green has improved greatly year by year thanks to painstaking hours spent  by various committees and greenkeepers. The pavilion has also been improved and enlarged and the Karamu Bowling Club (Inc.) is now something of which all members may be justifiably proud.

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Up to 1980 there have been 72 who have been awarded life membership for meritorious service to the club.

1916   R. M. Gattenby
1927   J. T. Blake
1928   M. Johnson
1929   R. Stanley
J. Hiron
1931   G. Land
W. J. Robertson
A. Wells
1933   W. Jones
T. Donovan
A. Murley
1937   V. Colello
1938   W. Hart
1940   C. Stubbs
C. P. Flowers
Foster Brook
1941   R. M. Hewitt
G. E. Evans
F. King
J. Phillips
1942   T. H. Lowry
H. M. Campbell
1943   F. Howard
L. Goldfinch
1944   R. M. Egan
A. Wilson
1945   C. Brook
C. H. Slater
C. Cook
R. Harris
1947   A. E. Hill
H. Burfield
1951   V. Marsh
B. O. Simmonds
J. Halsall

1952   R. E. Pearson
1953   J. W. Martin
J. M. Cameron
O. Burge
1954   C. Arthur
1955   W. M. Pearson
J. N. Dickenson
1956   R. P. Tabley
J. Donnelly
1957   A. B. Johnson
1959   N. Dorreen
1960   E. Singleton
M. Pullen
J. B. Young
1963   G. Hadwen
S. T. Tong
1965   G. S. McGavock
J. E. Murphy
1966   D. M. Taylor
L. G. Bone
1971   A. W. Reeves
A. Boyd
1972   M. C. Campbell
1973   G. Plumley
R. C. Wallace
1974   L. Broughton
J. Gillies
G. Rutter
1975   I. A. Mason
L. Evans
1976   W. L. Pedersen
1977   D. G. Rae
1978   W. McGavock
1979   R. E. Deane
1980   A. C. Barclay
M. F. Taylor

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President: A.L.D. Fraser (M.H.R.)
Vice-Presidents: G. F. Roach, W. C. Maddison.
Committee: A. H. Russell, A. Gregory, E. Basil-Jones, W. J. Stratton, C. L. Mackersey, D. Scannell, E. R. Cameron.
Secretary/Treasurer: A. R. Ryan

President: W. C. Maddison.
Vice-Presidents: A .L. D. Fraser, G. F. Roach.
Committee: W. Robertson, W. J. Stratton, H. C. Dawson, A. Murley, J .R. Gillespie, H .K. Thomson, M. Johnson.
Secretary/Treasurer: A. L. Ryan.

President: G .F. Roach.
Vice-Presidents: E. Basil-Jones, M. J. Johnson.
Committee: J. R. Gillespie, W. J. Stratton, H. K. Thomson, H. C. Dawson, T.W. Dent, A. Murley, W. J. Robertson.
Secretary/Treasurer: A. L. Ryan.

President: W. J. Stratton.
Vice-Presidents: E. Basil-Jones, M. J. Johnson.
Committee: H. K. Thomson, G. F. Roach, J. T. Blake, J. R. Gillespie, T. W. Dent, H. C. Dawson, J. Hogg.
Secretary/Treasurer: A. Murley.

President: M. J. Johnson.
Vice-Presidents: E. Basil-Jones, J. R. Gillespie.
Committee: J. T. Blake, W. G. Gould, G. F. Roach, H. K. Thomson, F. Howard, J. G. Parker, W. J. Stratton, W. Robertson.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson

President: E. Basil-Jones.
Vice-Presidents: J. R. Gillespie, K. Thomson (resigned), W. Robertson.
Committee: G. F. Roach, F. Howard, J. T. Blake, W. Robertson, W. J Stratton, M. J. Johnson, J. A. Hogg, G. Land.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson.

President: J. R. Gillespie.
Vice-Presidents: W. Robertson, J. T. Blake.
Committee: R. N. Gattenby, E. Basil-Jones, M. J. Johnson, F. Howard, H. P. Stratton, Thos Honnor, Jas Grant.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson.

President: M. J. Johnson.
Vice-Presidents: J. T. Blake, R. M. Gattenby.
Committee: F. Howard, W. Robertson, J. A. Grant, H. P. Stratton, Thos. Honnor, J. McGoldrick, A. O. Wellwood.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson.

President: J. T. Blake.
Vice-Presidents: J. E. McIvor, M. J. Johnson.
Committee: W. J. Robertson, T. Styles, G. L. Cameron, F. Howard, C. P. Flowers, W. G. Jaeger, R. M. Gattenby.
Secretary: A. Murley (Temp. H. P. Stratton).
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson.

President: J. T. Blake.
Vice-Presidents: T. Styles, A. J. Ellingham.
Committee: F. Howard, R. W. Jones, G. Hartshorn, W. J. Robertson, J. Flynn, M. J. Johnson, C. P. Flowers.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson.

President: J. T. Blake
Vice-Presidents: T. Styles, A. J. Ellingham.
Committee: W. G. Gould, W. Robertson, M. Johnson, R. W. Jones, C. P. Flowers, J. Flynn, G. A. Luttrell.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: M. J. Johnson.

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President: Thos. Styles.
Vice-Presidents: A. J. Ellingham, W. Hart.
Committee: R. W. Jones, R. M. Egan, W. J. Robertson, C. P. Flowers, J. A. Gallagher, J. T. Blake, Thos. Honnor.
Secretary: A. Murley.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: Thos. Styles.
Vice-Presidents: A. J. Ellingham, W. Hart.
Committee: C. P. Flowers, T. A. Hill, T. Honnor, M. Johnson, R. W. Jones, T. Pickett, A Wilson.
Secretary: R. S. Carty.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: T. Styles.
Vice-Presidents: W. Hart.
Committee: J. Flynn, C. P. Flowers, T. Hill, M. Johnson, T. Pickett, A. A. Stanley, R. Stanley.
Secretary: R. S. Carty.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: W. Hart.
Vice-Presidents: J. W. Shaw, R. Stanley.
Committee: J. Johnston, H. J. King, C. P. Flowers, T. Hill, J. Hiron, E. W. Watson, T. Pickett.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: G. McKay.
Vice-Presidents: J. Hiron, R. Stanley.
Committee: H. J. King, E. J. Warren, J. P. Fix, W. Bartle, J. Pickett, J. Tate, J. H. Raleigh, E. W. Watson.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

E. W. Watson.
Vice-Presidents: C. P. Flowers, J. Flynn.
Committee: N. E. Watson, T. Pickett, C. Cook, C. Golding, G. M. Spencer, C. H. Slater, L. Wall.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: E. W. Watson.
Vice-Presidents: T. Pickett, C. H. Slater.
Committee: T. Johnston, J. W. Shaw, C. Cook, C. Golding, N. E. Watson, A. L. Davies, H. Smith.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President:C. H. Slater.
Vice-Presidents: J. Hiron, T. Honnor.
Committee: R. M. Hewitt, A. L. Davies, , M. Johnson, C. A. Cook, T. Johnston, C. Golding, J. Johnston.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: T. Honnor.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, F. King.
Committee: T. Johnston, R. B. Holmes, M. Johnson, C. A. Cook, C. H. Slater, C. P. Flowers, G. Golding.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: R. M. Hewitt.
Vice-Presidents: T. Honnor, R. B. Holmes.
Committee: E. Wall, B. Poppelwell, T. Johnston, C. Stubbs, A. L. Davies, G. Evans, C. P. Flowers.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: R. M. Hewitt.
Vice-Presidents: J. Hiron, T. Honnor.
Committee: B. Poppelwell, C. A. Cook, T. Johnston, C. P. Flowers, Harold Smith, G. P. Evans, R. B. Holmes.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: R. M. Hewitt.
Vice-Presidents: R Stanley, R. B. Holmes.
Committee: C. Brook, C. L. Vidal, J. Johnston, J. A. Wright, E. Wall, T. Johnston, G. R. Salmon.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

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President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, W. R. Jones.
Committee: B. O. Simmonds, J. A. Wright, D. S. McLeod, C. L. Vidal, E Ware, E. Wall, F. Cowlrick.
Secretary: A. Wilson.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, W. R. Jones.
Committee: E Ware, B. O. Simmonds, G. R. Salmon, D. S. McLeod, J. A. Anderson, F. Cowlrick, J. A. Wright.
Secretary: Harold Smith.
Treasurer: R. M. Egan.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, W. R. Jones.
Committee: B. O. Simmonds, T. Honnor, D. S. McLeod, S. Taylor, E Ware, J. Anderson, J. Wright. Secretary: H. Smith.
Treasurer: G. R. Salmon.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, B. O. Simmonds.
Committee: W. Jones, D. S. McLeod, J. A. Anderson, T. Honnor, S. Taylor, B. Poppelwell, C. Arthur.
Secretary: H. Smith.
Treasurer: G. R. Salmon.

President: C.H. Slater.
Vice-Presidents: W. Jones, S. Taylor.
Committee: B. O. Simmonds, C. Arthur, J. Hennah, J. Halsall, A. Toothill, D. S. McLeod, J. A. Anderson.
Secretary: H. Smith.
Treasurer: G. R. Salmon.

President: C. H. Slater.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, A. Davies.
Committee: J. Hallsall, J. Anderson, B. O. Simmonds, C. Stubbs, Vic Hudson, C. P. Flowers, J. E. Hall.
Secretary: H. Smith (dcd), C. Arthur.
Treasurer: G. R. Salmon.

President: C. H. Slater.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, A. Davies.
Committee: A. Toothill, V. Hudson, C. P. Flowers, C. Cook, J. N. Walker, D. S. McLeod, B. O. Simmonds.
Secretary: C. Arthur.
Treasurer: G. R. Salmon.

President: C. R. Slater.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, C. Brook.
Committee: J. Hallsall, J. N. Walker, D. S. McLeod, V. Hudson, C. P. Flowers, B. O. Simmonds, C. A. Cook.
Secretary: C. Arthur.
Treasurer: A. Toothill.

President: R. M. Hewitt.
Vice-Presidents: J. Hall, A. Toothill.
Committee: J. W. Martin, A. B. Johnson, J. N. Walker, D. S. McLeod, T. Johnston, L. Goldfinch, C. Cook.
Secretary: C. Arthur.
Treasurer: A. Toothill.

President: R. M. Hewitt.
Vice-Presidents: J. E. Hall, J. W. Martin.
Committee: A. B. Johnson, R. Tabley, G. Spencer, C. Bushby, T. Proffitt, P. Wake, L. Goldfinch.
Secretary: C. Arthur.
Treasurer: A. Toothill.

President: C. H. Slater.
Vice-Presidents: J. W. Martin, C. Brook.
Committee: R. W. Hewitt, B. Simmons [Simmonds], R. P. Tabley, C. Cook, V. Hudson, R. Pearson, C. P. Flowers.
Secretary: C. Arthur.
Treasurer: A. Toothill.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: R. M. Hewitt, C. H. Slater.
Committee: B. O. Simmonds, C. Cook, C. Pankhurst, J. Young, J. Martin, C. Arthur, F. E. Evans.
Secretary: C. Arthur.
Treasurer: A. Toothill.

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President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: C. H. Slater, J. W. Martin.
Committee: J. Young, C. Arthur, J. Wilcock, C. Pankhurst, C. Cook, B. Simmonds, A Briggs.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: J. W. Martin.

President: J. W. Martin.
Vice-Presidents: C. Brook, T. Naisbitt.
Committee: C. Pankhurst, B. O. Simmonds, C. Arthur, J. Young, A. B. Johnson, J. Wilcock, P. Mitchell.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: C. Arthur.

President: J. W. Martin.
Vice-Presidents: C. Pankhurst, C. Arthur.
Committee: N. Doreen, A. Murphy, A. B. Johnson, G. McGavock, W. Hollings, J. Young, C. Brook.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: C. Arthur.

President: J. W. Martin.
Vice-Presidents: C. Pankhurst, W. Hollings.
Committee: J. Dawson, C. B. Taggart, V. Marsh, T. Naisbitt, A. D. Murphy, T. Proffitt, B. O. Simmonds.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: A. D. Murphy.

President: J. W. Martin.
Vice-Presidents: C. Pankhurst, W. Hollings.
Committee: A. Murphy, R. Pearson, N. Doreen, E Singleton, R. Tapper, C. Brooks, G. McGavock.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: A. D. Murphy.

President: J. W. Martin.
Vice-Presidents: C. Pankhurst, W. Hollings.
Committee: N. Doreen, R. E. Pearson, E. Singleton, G. McGavock, W. Pearson, V. Marsh, L. Broughton.
Secretary: R. Tabley.
Treasurer: R. E. Pearson.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: W. Hollings, C. Pankhurst.
Committee: N. Dorreen, W. Pearson, J. Martin, V. Marsh, L. Broughton, E. Singleton, C. Thomson.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: R. E. Pearson.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: W. Hollings, C. Pankhurst.
Committee: W. Pearson, N. Dorreen, V. Marsh, L. Broughton, E. Singleton, C. Cook, T. Naisbitt.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: R. E. Pearson.

President: C. Pankhurst.
Vice-Presidents: W. Hollings, R. E. Pearson.
Committee: W. Pearson, C. Slater, M. Pullen, D. Cochrane, C. Arthur, N. Dorreen, D. R. Bach; D. M. Taylor.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: C. Brook.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: C. H. Slater, R. E. Pearson.
Committee: C. Pankhurst, E. Singleton, M. Pullen, C. Arthur, W. Hollings, D. Cochrane, I. Kelt.
Secretary: R. P. Tabley.
Treasurer: W. J. Pearson.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: R. E. Pearson, E. Singleton.
Committee: M. Pullen, T. Greig, L. Evans, C. Arthur, G. Hadwen, W. Burnett, R. Wallace.
Secretary-Manager: W. Hollings.
Treasurer: C. H. Slater.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: M. Pullen, C. H. Slater.
Committee: W. Burnett, L. Evans, G. Hadwen, E. Meissner, R. C. Wallace, L. Cameron, T. Greig.
Secretary-Manager: W. Hollings.
Treasurer: C. Arthur.

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President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: M. Pullen, N. Dorreen.
Committee: R. E. Pearson, S. T. Tong, L. Cameron, G. Hadwen, J. Collins, T. Greig, G. McGavock.
Secretary-Manager: W. Hollings.
Treasurer: C. H. Slater.

President: N. Dorreen.
Vice-Presidents: M. Pullen, R. E. Pearson.
Committee: L. Cameron, M. F. Taylor, G. Hadwen, L. G. Bone, V. A. Patterson, W. Reeves, E. Singleton.
Secretary-Manager: W. Hollings.
Treasurer: C. Brook.

President: N. Dorreen.
Vice-Presidents: R. E. Pearson, C. H. Slater.
Committee: L. Cameron, G. Hadwen, L. Bone, M. F. Taylor, V. Patterson, G. McGavock, L. Broughton.
Secretary-Manager: W. Hollings.
Treasurer: M. Pullen.

President: M. Dorreen.
Vice-Presidents: R. E. Pearson, M. Pullen.
Committee: C. H. Slater, S. T. Tong, V. Patterson, G. Hadwen, L. Cameron, J.B. Young, J.N. Gillies.
Secretary: W. Burnett.
Treasurer: C. Brook.

President: N. Dorreen.
Vice-Presidents: C. H. Slater, C. Brook.
Committee: S. T. Tong, J. N. Gillies, J. B. Young, G. Hadwen, L. G. Bone, V. Patterson, J. G. Martin.
Secretary: K. Coleman.
Treasurer: M. Pullen.

President: N. Dorreen.
Vice-Presidents: C. H. Slater, J. G. Martin.
Committee: J.  N. Gillies, J. B. Young, G. Hadwen, D. Rae, L. Cameron, E. Sanko, L. Todd.
Secretary: K. Coleman.
Treasurer: G. McGavock.

President: C. Brook.
Vice-Presidents: G. Hadwen, J. Gillies.
Committee: R. I. Harrison, M. Pullen, D. Rae, S. J. Russell, E. Sanko, E. Singleton, L Todd, E. W. Wilson.
Secretary: H. H. Norwell.
Treasurer: L. G. Bone.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-Presidents: S. T. Tong, D. G. Rae.
Committee: L. E C. Brough, J. N. Gillies, R. I. Harrison, I. A. Mason, S. J. Russell, D. M. Taylor, E. W. Wilson.
Secretary: H. H. Norwell.
Treasurer: D. G. Rae.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-Presidents: S. T. Tong, A. W. Reeves.
Committee: L. Brough, M. Campbell, R. I. Harrison, I. A. Mason, D. M Taylor, E. W. Wilson,
Secretary: H. H. Norwell.
Treasurer: D. G. Rae.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-Presidents: G. McGavock, D. M. Taylor.
Committee: J. Begley, M. Campbell, R. I. Harrison, I. D. Crawford, G. Douglas, O. McLeod, K. Oman, G. A. Rutter.
Secretary: H. H. Norwell.
Treasurer: D. G. Rae.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-Presidents: G. McGavock, M. Campbell.
Committee: J. Begley, L. G. Bone, I. D. Crawford, G. A. Douglas, W. McGavock, L Pederson, G. A. Rutter.
Secretary: H. H. Norwell.
Treasurer: D. G. Rae.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-Presidents: M. Campbell, L Pederson [Pedersen].
Committee: L. Bone, I. D. Crawford, G. Douglas, W. McGavock, A. McKenzie, M. Pullen, G. A. Rutter.
Secretary: H. H. Norwell.
Treasurer: D. G. Rae.

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President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-Presidents: L. Pederson, L. G. Bone.
Committee: G. A. Rutter, A. McKenzie, M. Pullen, J. Robinson, W. J. Kelly, R. C. Wallace, B. G. Lecky.
Secretary: D. E. Olsen.
Treasurer: M. Campbell.

President: G. Rutter.
Vice-Presidents: L. Pedersen, M. Campbell.
Committee: W. Kelly, G. Hughes, D. Elliott, B. Pedersen, B. Lecky, R. Fergusson, I. Crawford.
Secretary: D. E. Olsen.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: G. Rutter.
Vice-Presidents: D. G. Rae, V. Morris.
Committee: C. J. Bartlett, J. Begley, I. Crawford, R. E. Deane, R. D. Fergusson, F. Harris, G. Hughes.
Secretary: D. E. Olsen.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: G. Rutter.
Vice-Presidents: D. G. Rae, V. Morris.
Committee: G. Hughes, F. Harris, R. E. Deane, C. Bartlett, J. Begley, R. Fergusson, Ian Mason
Secretary/Manager: B. Baker.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: G. Rutter.
Vice-Presidents: V. Morris, M. Campbell.
Committee: G. Hughes, Ian Mason, R. E. Deane, J. Begley, C. Bartlett, D. Finlayson, R. Kirke.
Secretary/Manager: B. Baker.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: M. Campbell.
Vice-Presidents: J. Begley, W. McGavock.
Committee: D. Finlayson, P. Walden, Ian Mason, K. Murphy, R. E. McDowell, R. E. Deane, D. A. Haggerty.
Secretary/Manager: B. Baker.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: M. Campbell.
Vice-Presidents: J. Begley, W. McGavock.
Committee: D. Douglas, D. Finlayson, D. Haggerty, W. Kelly, R. E. McDowell, K. Murphy, N. K. Rodgers.
Secretary/Manager: B. Baker.
Secretary: G. Hadwen.

President: W. McGavock.
Vice-Presidents: D. Finlayson, N. Rodgers.
Committee: A. Barclay, D. Douglas, D. Haggerty, B. Kaye, I. Linnell, R. E. McDowell, B. Wishnowski.
Secretary/Manager: T. Holder.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: W. McGavock.
Vice-Presidents: D. Finlayson, D. Rodgers.
Committee: A. Barclay, C. R Campbell, D. Douglas, B. Kaye, R. McDowell, L. A. Ward, B. Wishnowski.
Secretary/Manager: T. Holder.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: W. McGavock.
Vice-Presidents: D. Finlayson, R. McDowell.
Committee: N. Rodgers, B. Kaye, C. R. Campbell, R. A. Wright, D. Shepherd, C. McLanachan, G. Withey.
Secretary/Manager: T. Holder, G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: W. McGavock.
Vice-Presidents: C. R. Campbell, C. McLanachan.
Committee: R. A. Wright, D. Shepherd, R. Nisbet, H. Mockridge, B. Kaye, D. Finlayson, N. Rodgers.
Secretary/Manager: G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: N. K. Rodgers.
Vice-Presidents: C. R. Campbell, R. A. Wright.
Committee: D. Finlayson, R. Nisbet, B. Kaye, H. Mockridge, D. Shepherd, D. McMillan, D. B. Rodgers.
Secretary/Manager: G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

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President: N. K. Rodgers.
Vice-Presidents: R. A. Wright, H Mockridge.
Committee: D. B. Rodgers, C. F. Powell, D. Shepherd, B. Kaye, R. Nisbet, D. McMillan, K. G. Bainbridge.
Secretary/Manager: G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: N. K. Rodgers.
Vice-Presidents: R. A. Wright, H. Mockridge.
Committee: D. McMillan, K. G. Bainbridge, R. Nisbet, D. B. Rodgers, D. Shepherd, K. Coombe, I. Beck.
Secretary/Manger: G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: N. K. Rodgers.
Vice-Presidents: B. Kaye, D. J McMillan.
Committee: K. G. Bainbridge, R. Nisbet, D. B. Rodgers, I. Beck, K. Coombe, D. Dutton, W. Needham.
Secretary/Manager: G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G. Hadwen.

President: B. C. Kaye.
Vice-Presidents: H. Mockridge, W. Needham.
Committee: K. G. Bainbridge, R. Nisbet, D. B. Rodgers, I. Beck, K. Coombe, D. Dutton, M. Marsh.
Secretary/Manager: G. Hughes.
Treasurer: G Hadwen.

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President: G. Brough.
Vice-President: W. Bull.
Committee: L. Bone, G Hadwen, V. Patterson, A. Donovan, M. Campbell, I. A. Mason, C. Mackie, L. Evans, T. Greig, D. M. Taylor.
Secretary: A. Briggs.
Treasurer: L. Bone.

President: L. Brough.
Vice-President: S. T. Tong.
Committee: A. Donovan, R. Wallace, J. Gillies, B. Russ, E. Taylor, O. McLeod, P. Francis.
Secretary: A. Briggs.
Treasurer: H. H. Norwell.

President: I. A. Mason.
Vice-President: D. M. Taylor.
Committee: I. Crawford, H. Spence, S. Tong, L. Weaver, L. Hannigan, E. Taylor, R. Wallace.
Secretary: G. Plumley.
Treasurer: H. H. Norwell.
Green-Superintendent: T. Greig.

President: I. A. Mason.
Vice-President: D. M. Taylor.
Committee: W. McGavock, H. Spence, B. Russ, E. Taylor, L. Broughton, L. Weaver, R. Wallace.
Secretary: G. Plumley.
Treasurer: H. H. Norwell.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coach: T. Naisbitt.

President: D. M. Taylor.
Vice-President: H. Spence.
Committee: T. Byrne, V. Morris, M. Pullen, A. Mason, W. McGavock, L. Pedersen, B. Russ, I. Stewart.
Secretary: G. Plumley.
Treasurer: H. H. Norwell.
Green-Superintendent: T. Naisbitt.
Coach: T. Naisbitt.

President: L. Broughton.
Vice-President: W. Baxter.
Committee: T. Byrne, H. Spence, L. Weaver, L. Pedersen, I. Stewart, M. Pullen, D. M. Taylor.
Secretary: G. Plumley.
Treasurer: H. H. Norwell.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Club Captain: H. Spence.

President: L. Broughton.
Vice-President: W. Baxter.
Committee: D. Elliott, H. Spence, I. A. Mason, V. Morris, I. Stewart, L. Weaver.
Secretary: G. Plumley.
Treasurer: D. Olsen.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coach: H. Spence.
Club Captain: W. Baxter.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-President: V. Morris.
Committee: T. Byrne, J. Hutchinson, B. Pedersen, R. Wallace, R. Watson.
Secretary: G. Plumley.
Treasurer: D. Olsen.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coach: H. Spence.
Club Captain: B. Pedersen.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-President: V. Morris.
Committee: T. Byrne, A. Fiorentino, J. Hutchinson, H. Spence, J. Symes, R. Watson, L. Weaver.
Secretary: J. Symes.
Treasurer: V. Morris.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coach: H. Spence.
Club Captain: L. Weaver.

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President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-President: R. Watson.
Committee: T. Byrne, J. Symes, V. Morris, P. Walden, M. Pullen, H. Spence, W. L. Pedersen.
Secretary: J. Symes.
Treasurer: V. Morris.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coach: H. Spence.
Club Captain: T. Byrne.

President: G. Hadwen.
Vice-President: L. Bone.
Committee: S. Russell, T. Pritchard, P. O’Neill, T. Byrne, D. Rae.
Secretary: H. Spence.
Treasurer: V. Morris.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coaches: H. Spence, L. Brough.
Club Captain: T. Byrne.

President: R. E. Deane.
Vice-President: D. Rae.
Committee: L. Broughton, I. A. Mason, T. Byrne, J. Hutchinson, D. Pullen.
Secretary: H. Spence.
Treasurer: V. Morris.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coaches: H. Spence, L. Broughton.
Club Captain: G. Hadwen.

President: R. E. Deane.
Vice-President: D. Rae.
Committee: B. Wishnowski, D. Saephero, C. H. Symons, J. Andrews, T. Byrne.
Secretary: H. Spence.
Treasurer: V. Morris.
Green-Superintendent: H. Spence.
Coaches: W. Baxter, L. Broughton.
Club Captain: G. Hadwen.

President: R. E. Deane.
Vice-President: D. Rae.
Committee: J. Andrews, W. Baxter, T. Byrne, L. Broughton, D. Shepherd.
Secretary: H. Spence.
Treasurer: B. Wishnowski.
Green-Superintendent: A. Fiorentino.
Coaches: W. Baxter, I. Mason.
Club Captain: G. Hadwen.
Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.

President: R. Hunter.
Vice-President: C. H. Symons.
Committee: J. Andrews, V. Morris, L. Rendle, D. Shepherd, R. Wrigh.
Secretary: H. Spence.
Treasurer: B. Wishnowski.
Green-Superintendent: A. Fiorentino.
Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Club Captain: W. Baxter.
Coach: C. H. Symons.

President: R. Hunter.
Vice-President: L. Rendle.
Committee: J. Andrews, S. Ellis, H. Mockridge, C. H. Symons, R. Wright.
Secretary: H. Spence.
Treasurer: B. Wishnowski.
Green-Superintendent: A. Fiorentino.
Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Club Captain: R. Watson.
Coach: L. Evans.

President: V. Morris.
Vice-President: M. Breed.
Committee: T. Byrne, D. Shepherd, F. Harris, S. Ellis, C. H. Symons.
Secretary: H. Mockridge.
Treasurer: R. Beswick.
Green-Superintendent and Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Coach: L. Evans.

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President: V. Morris,
Vice-President: M. Breed.
Committee: T. Byrne, D. Shepherd, F. Harris, S. Ellis, L. Rendle.
Secretary: H. Mockridge.
Treasurer: R. Beswick.
Green-Superintendent and Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Coach: H. Spence.

President: V. Morris.
Vice-President: L. Rendle.
Committee: T. Byrne, F. Harris, R. Hunter, D. Shepherd, S. Ellis.
Secretary: H. Mockridge.
Treasurer: R. Beswick.
Green-Superintendent and Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Coach: H. Spence.

President: V. Morris.
Vice-President: L. Rendle.
Committee: F. Enright, T. Byrne, R. Hunter, S. Ellis, C. Maras, D. Rae, G. Julius.
Secretary: H. Mockridge.
Treasurer: R. Beswick.
Green-Superintendent and Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Coach: H. Spence.

President: D. Rae.
Vice-President: R. Hunter.
Committee: G. Julius, F. Enright, S. Russell, T. Pritchard, C. Maras, W. McGavock, T. Byrne.
Secretary: H. Mockridge.
Treasurer: R. Beswick.
Green-Superintendent and Greenkeeper: J. Andrews.
Coach: H. Spence.

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This list of past and present members has also been drawn up from the minute books as old club registers are no longer in possession.  The year of each member’s introduction has been included, but the year of his resignation or death has not been recorded.  This is only as accurate as records permit and probably contains some errors.

F = Foundation Member.

Abbott H.   1918
Adams C. C.   1946
Adamson S.   1917
Addis B. P.   1972
Addis P. T.   1968
Addis Peter   1958
Adie K. W.   1962
Adie R.   1961
Agnew D.   1957
Agnew James   1930
Agnew J. A.   1954
Agnew T.   1954
Agnew Thos.   1929
Ainsworth H. J.   1970
Aitchison L. M.   1964
Aitchison W.   1943
Aitken A.   1934
Albitson T. W.   1931
Alderman D. W.   1966
Alderson D. H.   1961
Aldridge T.   1951
Alexander D. A.   1969
Alexander J. R.   1972
Alexander J. W.   1966
Alexander W. A   1907
Allen A.   1927
Allen J. B.   1972
Allen P.   1969
Allington K.   1946
Allott M. F.   1972
Allsop T.   1962
Almond B.   1965
Almond R. W.   1964
Amner M.   1963
Anderson B. J.   1971
Anderson D. H.   1956
Anderson E. C.   1947
Anderson G. R.   1945
Anderson J. A.   1922
Anderson J. A.   1972
Anderson J. N.   1909
Anderson J. S.   1976
Anderson K.   1962
Anderson L.   1962
Anderson R. G.   1979
Anderson S. R.   1966
Anderson T. S.   1979

Anderson W.   1939
Anderson W. H.   1925
Anderton G. D.   1979
Andrews B. L.   1971
Andrews D. J.   1979
Andrews J. W.   1970
Ansford G.   1969
Ansin R. I.   1969
Apperley W. A.   1912
Appleyard R. G.   1974
Archibald W. P.   1908
Armstrong D. B.   1979
Armstrong H.   1944
Armstrong   1969
Armitage W. F.   1970
Arnold A. L.   1975
Arnold D. W.   1972
Arnold E. J.   1977
Arnold Geo.   1918
Arnold M. R.   1974
Arrell J.   1921
Arthur C.   1934
Ashcroft H. R.   1976
Atchinson B. D.   1960
Atkins K. F.   1974
Atkins P.   1943
Atkinson C.   1966
Atkinson R.   1972
Atkinson T.   1910
Attley G. A.   1952
Attree J. R.   1977
Attwood E. C.   1968
Attwood J. H.   1947
August W. P.   1977
Augustine W .G.   1974
Aurisch J. E.   1957
Ausin G.   1971
Avison O. D.   1910
Ayre A. M.   1969
Ayres H. R.   1925
Ayres L. J.   1922
Ayres R.   1951

Bach D. R.   1945
Bacon G. R.   1977
Bacon R. C.   1978
Bagshaw R. G.   1964

Baikie D.   1960
Baillie E. S.   1929
Bainbridge C. F.   1920
Bainbridge J. W.   1965
Bainbridge K. G.   1965
Bainbridge R. G.   1969
Baird D. J.   1968
Baird Fred.   1912
Baird G.   1906
Baird Martin   1906
Baird M. C.   1961
Baird S   1911
Baird W. G.   1913
Baird W. H.   1933
Baird W. R.   1918
Baker Brian   1972
Baker G. S.   1979
Baker H. C.   1959
Baker J. W.   1922
Baker N. G   1976
Baker T. J.   1970
Baker W. J.   1965
Baker-Gabb D. A.   1914
Ball E.   1946
Ball John   1912
Bambry I. W.   1960
Banks D.   1912
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