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BAND CONTEST.

AUCKLAND COMPETITIONS

(Per Press Association.)

AUCKLAND, February 12. At the band contest the results were:—

E-Flat Bass.—" A Soliloquy" (Ord Hume). —G. Tunniclift'e (Queen Alexandra's Own), 95 points, 1; W. R. .Coughlan (Kaikorai), 90, 2. Also competed: A. Nelson (Dunedin) 87, G. Hook (Waikato) 83, A. Hughes (Linwood) 83, C. Richardson (Queen Alexandra's Own) 82, S. Griffiths (Taranaki) 82, R. Fullerton (Gisborne) 81, S. Signal 80. B Double Bass Solo.—E. J. Maher (Napier City), 96 points, 1; E. Rodgers (St. Kilda Municipal), 93, and A., Guthrie. (Wangamu Garrison), 93, 2. t There were 13 other competitors. B Grade Second Test.—lnvercargill 1 Hibernian 148, 1; Whangarei, 146, 2; Marton, 145, 3; Onehunga, 143, 4. The other competitors were:—Wellington Watersiders 136/ Taranaki Rifles 135, Napier City 134- Hamilton 129, Hawera 126, Dargaville 123. ' Aggregates.—The band obtaining the highest aggregate in the two tests gets £40. This'has been won by the Invercargill Hibernian with 295 points. The other aggregates were:—Whangarei 291, Onehunga 289, Marton 283, Taranaki 286, Hamilton 265, Napier 262, Wellington Watersiders ! 262, Hawera 259, Dargaville 240.

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BAND CONTEST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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BAND CONTEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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