The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1915. PENINTULA GALA.
Now that upwards of £400 has been, rai.ed for the Peninsula Gala in &i(!i of the ''amerbury Pafciiotic Fun! : i „eprn. to ua thtv the Committ.e ehou 1, invest tbe money 1.. i_ out, hii-nn- ■•.- like to put tbe mouey into ih.- b;i Ito Ha idle. In every other Cvirrt. th* various cornmiuees have miide inrg> Bums by investing their funds before the queen festivals bad be.m concluded. Tbe matter is one that should ,be taken in band by the committet at once. In fact, the arrangement of the Gala needs to be pushed on with out delay as it takes time to get a festival of thib sort into good working order. In the case of our Peninsui_ Qaeen at tbe Canterbury Gala lan autumn we started too late, and tbt same mistake should not be made with our own festival. The numbei of queens to be nominated, tbe riitricta each should represent, and Lb. candidates to be cbosen— aU the c matters tako some consideration, ai.d lhe committee should mike tl eif duiiision-i iih «»•■)» «s possible Ti. r;li.:"C •' » q ■ • ho'iiri mi' b ■■ »■ ibt iii..v i _< c itt u<ii g i> ot- v i euli-i.d Ttio-u ladled wtio co j_i-ij. id ba noiuina'ed are doing much for the fund, a* tbe candidates at a Q<i(en festival must be prepared to do a great deal of arduous woik before tte coronation is over.
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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1915. PENINTULA GALA.,
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915