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I ANNUAL MEETING OF THE I PENARTH FOOTBALL CLUB. I PROPOSED PRESENTATION TO MR. J. I HAYES. On Tuesday evening last the annual meeting of the members of the Penarth Football Club was held at the National Schools, Penarth. Mr Sam Thomas presiding-, and there were also amongst those present-Messrs J. S. Dewar (the energetic secretary), H. E. Morgan (captain), T. R. Wadley, A. H. Lee, S. England, W. Hallett, J. G. Llewellyn, R. M. Garrett, F. W. Morgan, B. S. Clarke, T. Dewar, Gibson, G. Brown, Matthews, J. L. Lawday, C. Harry, &c. The balance sheet was presented and considered very satisfactory, the accounts showing the expen- diture during the season to have been £ 369 18s Id, and the receipts from different sources, £ 397 10s 3d, leaving a balance in hand of £ 27 12s 2d. Member- ship subscriptions and donations amounted to jE37 11s Od, and the gate receipts at Penarth to JE292 7s 6d, the receipts of the principal matches being as follows :—Swansea, 420 16s 6d Cardiff, £5416s 3d; Rockcliff, 433 6s 9d; Hibernians, :£59 15s; Gloucester, agll 16s and Newport, j627 14s from various other matches with clubs (under £ 10), £ 84 3s. In the share of gate receipts and guarantees the club received S20 from Barn- staple, jS30 from Devonport Albion, and £ 15 from Moseley. The gate receipts of the A Team amounted to £ 2 lis 9d. On the expenditure side, the largest items appearto be 185 19s for travelling expenses, and i76 5s lOd for hotel expenses; :£55 15s 4d was disposed of as shares to visiting teams, the ground expenses absorbing ze29 14s Id, and insurance £ 21 5s 3d. The balance-sheet was unanimously adopted, on the motion of Mr Bernard Clarke. The following officers were selected for the season :—President, Right Hon. Lord Windsor vice-president, Mr Sam Thomas captain 1st team, Mr H. E. Morgan; vice-captain, Mr G. W. Shepherd; secretary, Mr J. S. Dewar; treasurer, Mr J. G. Llewellyn committee, Messrs G. Brown, R. M. Garrett, W. Hallett, J. Hayes, T. H. Hutchings, J. L. Lawday, and F. W. Morgan captain 2nd team, Mr T. Dewar. The Chairman made a recommendation that a grant be made from the funds to Mr J. Hayes for his prominent and faithful service's to the club his prominent and faithful service's to the club since its inception.-The recommendation was warmly supported, and Mr T. R. Wadley, after concurring with the chairman as to the valuable I assistance rendered to the club by Mr Hayes, moved that a grant of -£ 5 be made.—Mr Sam Thomas seconded, and the motion was unani- mously agreed to. The proceedings terminated, after votes of thanks had been accorded Mr J. S. Dewar and other officers, and the chairman. I

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