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UNKNWON

MEETING AT DUVAUCHELLE'B

A general meeting of the Committee to make fianl arrangements for the fete to be held at Duvauchelle's on January 6th wag held at Duvauobelle's on Saturday la<«t. Tbere was a large attendance. Mr J D Bruoo presidin;?.

The ladiea present reported waa no'material required for the work stall all people giving material aa well as labour.

Mr E. Hay said the Pigeon Bay ladies were working and would sand over the (?ooda to be included in the Duvauobello stalls. They did not want a separate stall. The Duvauohelle ladies said that that they would like the work in by Tuesday from the outeide bays. Misgea E Tbacker and M Bain waited on the meeting for the Okain'e ladies and stated they would prefer B separate Ukain's stall. It wa3 decided that Thursday morn ing not later than 9 o'olook be the best time for receiving refreshments for tb,e lunoheon booth.

Tbe question of appointing a comraifctee of four to arrange the raffha war left to tbe local committee to deal with. Mr Wilkina reported that the Ground Committee had ordered the timber for the stalls

Mr T Stewart offered to take over the timber for tbe stalls at cost price. The Chairman suggested that any one giving stock should send in the lists some daya before so that the committee should know what amount of stock was in

Messrs Orme and T Btewart volun • toared to aot as gate keepers. It wag decided to put up a raffles stall and leave it to some young girl volunteers to raffle the articles.

Mr MoKenzie suggested a telegram system on the ground, and it was deOtded to leave it in hie handa to nrrange same if practicable Messrs J. 8. Priest and H. MoHale who represented Little Akaloa and Ohorlton reported that they would send Jα produoe, work, stoolt, etc., to be included in the various stalls.

Delegates from Waioui also stated stated they would send in to the stalls and not have a separate stall.

Mr W Sunokoll said the German Bay people who were giving to the refreshment etall would prefer to pend their contributions in on the morning of the fete

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UNKNWON, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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UNKNWON Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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