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BAND CONTEST.

AUCKLAND COMPETITIONS

ADDITIONAL RESULTS

(Per Press Association.)

AUCKLAND, February 11. Additional results at the Exhibition Band Contest were:— ■ E Flat Cornet Solo—R. Wills (Invercargill Hibernian), 90. points, 1; W. Frances (Wanganui Garrison), 86, 2. B .Flat Bass Solo—T. Williams (St. Kilda Municipal), 100 points, 1- T. Bur- ! ton (Marton Royal), 98, 2. There were two other competitors. The judge spoke enthusiastically of the performance of Williams, who gained the maximum number of marks. - . 1 Tenor Horns—M. Bowles. (Wanganui Garrison), 96 points, 1; D. Whelan (Kaikorai), 95, and W. Smith (St. Kilda), 95, equal, 2. H. Driver (Wellington Watersiders) 89, A. Falconer 88, V. Norman and W. Norman (Gisborne) -each 88. Trombone Trio—Queen Alexandra's Own (Wangaini'i), 90 points, 1; Kaikorai, 88, 2. Other competitors: Wel.lington City 86, Waihi Federal 85, Third Auckland Regiment 85, Second South Canterbury 85, Auckland Garrison 82, Onehunga v 82. Quartet. —Wanganui •. Garrison, 90 points, 1; Second South Canterbury, No. 1, 87, 2; St. Kilda Municipal, 85, 3. There were 13 other, competitors.

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BAND CONTEST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8792, 12 February 1914

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BAND CONTEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8792, 12 February 1914

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