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ELLESMERE QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL.

It would be very pleasing to see the Peninsula candidate for the Queen of the Carnival rise from her lowly position and not be at the wrong end of the list all the time. As the fete is being beld on Saturday, and the votes will not be received after 10 a.m. on that dny, it is time something was done in the matter. To our mind the Peninsula people should devote the £765 15s raised at their fete towards the candidature of their queen. If. has been done everywhere else, and we fail to see why £765 should be raised in Akaroa and the Bays for the Belgian funds and the people should then be aeked to Bub3oribe heavily again at once. There is no reason why that £765 should not be devoted to forwarding our candidate. As it is the outsider would think the Penin sula was not doing much to help on' the cause when, as a matter of fact. Akiiroa and the Bays have given nfinrfy £800 recently. The £800 should certainly be spent in forwarding our candidate.

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ELLESMERE QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915

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ELLESMERE QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915

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