MISS KEARNEY WINS
Much interest wa i s taken in the drawing o£ the raffles at Akuroa on Wednesday night, last The horse Bogasb, giveu by Mr JO. Bo Lelievre, wag the oho in which most interest taken. Tho tickets sold for this horse netted £250, as Mr Lelievre bought in £-18 worth of the unsold tickets in (bo name of the Akuroa ComtnifcfcGG. The winner was Miss Luoy Eearnßy, of G'ougb'g Bay, who hold ticket No 1588 Tho win was n popular one, aa Miss Kearney is a neice of the genoroua donor of the horse, Mr E E. Lelievre.
The drawing of Ml* Shepherd's borse Bonspear was also watched with interest. Miss I F Rutherford, ■ of Kekern, sister-in law of Mr J H Williamy, solicitor, the bolder of ticket No. 2 wo 3 the successful win
'VT. This b.ovoG l)i\.ug':' u ia £G0 7;i Gd. Me Ij J Vasiaioai's jwh; Dottcrc! bronph'; in £HO. and won by 'Vlr| Eras;;!; Wri?hr, of Tikao, the hokl-it ci 'ic-k';: No, 46. Ttio c.ticl e;?o, given by Mrs W. G-iynan, w-aifc to Mrs Arthur Moorp, of Hickoiy. The divcl brought in £9 10s. TLse total realised by. too voftlo? drawn on Vvednesday night was £B J 9 17s Gd. Mr jMiuirc, acting Mayor, waa in charge o£ the proceeolings.
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AKAROA RAFFLES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916
AKAROA RAFFLES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916
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