ELLESMERE QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL.
APPOINTMENT OF OFFICIALS.
A. meeting was held on Saturday eight at Akaroa to make arrangements ro appointment of officials to carry out the sale of tickets, etc.
The Mayor, who presided, paid that practically twenty two books had been sold already, and he believed tbey would top the list. The Mayor was appointed.obai; man and Mi , G. W. Thomas secretary.
Mr J. D. Bruce moved ana Mr D. Styles seconded, that Mr G. H, Flaveli be appointed assistant bon. sec. Carried.
The Mayor and Mr J D. F-iuce spoke in high terms of the work done by Me Thomas for the Borough. He always had everything in apple pis order, and never spared himself. It was to be hoped that people would help Mr Thomas in this work. Mr Thomas briefly thanked the speakers for fcbeir kind remarks, and eaid everyone must do what they can, especially at this time. The following committee was then appointed; — W, D. Macphail (Wainui), J. J. Donovan (French Farm), J. Browrrlee (Barry's Bay), G. H. O'Caliaghan (Duvanohelie), W. W. Williams (Bobinson'a Bay), R Herriotfc (German Bayj, L. J. Vangioni (Long Buy, Gough'a and Hickory), R* Bruce (Le Bon's), C. S. F. Moore (Okain's Bay), J 8. Priest; (Ohorlton), A. Waghorn (Little Akaloa), W. Menzies (Menziea' Bay), E. Hay (Pigeon Bay), R. J. Fleming (Port Levy), FF.H Gard. .r (Purau), 0 R Bradley (Charteris B.;), E Gebbie (Teddington), J. F. . aobanan (Little River), H. Ghapn: n (Puaha), D. Richards (Okute Vail: J, F G Birdling (Birdling's Fiat), 8 Sheen (Piraki), W F Parkinson (Kaituna), J 0 0 Gebbie (Gebbie's Valley), J. Kennie (Motukarara), F flubbard (Greenpark), Geo, Rennie (Lincoln), R MoOartney (Tai Tapu), J Ferguson (Halswell), J Trueman (Spreydorj), Tboa. Glen (Rolleston), Miss Jacobson (Burnham), D. Wright (Dunsandel), Misa Warnoch (Killinchy), T H Over ton (Lakeside), Dr Volckman ton), E G Habbard and J W A Walker (Bouthbridge), Osborne Rennie (Doyleeton), T A Stephens (Irweil), Captain Jack Boag (Brookside), 1. Andrews (Eilesmere), R McGormacb (Bpringston North), Ryan (SpriDgston South).
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ELLESMERE QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3410, 30 March 1915