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Oα Thursday next on the Awn Iti Domain, Little River, tbe final fete will be held in connection with the Peninsula Queen contest. Tbe ooro nation svill take place abSSOp'tn., the losing queen acting as Maid of Honour. Mi?s Bruce and her two page?, Master B. Wiikins and J. Head, go to Little River on Wednesday, and will be guests of Miss Coop, Rehearsals will be held, so that the ceremony may proceed with no bitch. As will be seen by tbe advertise ment elsewhere, every possible attrao tion has been arranged for the fete oo Thursday, and only a fine day is wanted to make the affair a signal success and a fit terminus to the Peninsula Queen contest The successful queen enters the contest in Gbristchurch as tbe nominee of tbe Peninsula with Ellesmere, Bpring3 and Halswell Counties added, but our labours are practically ended. No doubt when tbe Gbristcburcb Oar nival open? more will be collected on the Peninsula, but; it is universally recognised that the queen contest we have carried out is our share towards the Canterbury Patriotic Fund,

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BANKS PENINSULA WAR FUNDS APPEAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3512, 11 January 1916

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BANKS PENINSULA WAR FUNDS APPEAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3512, 11 January 1916

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