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AUCKLAND COMPETITIONS.

TIMARU BAND WINS THE AGGRE-

(Per .Press Association.)

AUCKLAND, February 13. At the Exhibition^.band contest the results were: — ' Flu gel Horn. I—T.1—T. Currie (Kaikorai Brass) 92 points 1, V. Patterson (St. Kikla Municipal) 85 -points 2, A. Williams (Whangarei) 82 points 3. , Also competed:—B. Williams > (Gisborne) 78, W. Allen (Waik'ato) 77, J. Burn (South Canterbury) 76 and J. Trussell (Wanganui) 76. Second Test, A Grade Bands.—-St. Kilda Municipal, 149 (out of 150) 1, Kaikorai. (Dunedin) 148 2, Auckland Regimental and South Canterbury Regimental, 147, equal, 3. Other competitors were:—Wanganui Garrison 146, Wellington City 145, Wellington Tra'm- [ ways 145, Wanganui (Alexandra's Own) !144, Gisborne 134, Auckland Garrison 139, Waihi 138, Palmersfcon 132.; 1 Aggregate Points.—ln the aggregate points for two A grade tests on which depends the prize of_£loo,'South Can--1 terbury wins with 295. " ■ The other competitors' aggregates 1 were:—Wanganui Garrison 293, Auckland Regimental 292, St. Kilda 291, Wellington Tramways 290, Wellington ■'< City 290, Wanganui (Alexandra's Own) 289, Gisborne 281, Waihi 275, Auckland Garrison 271, Palraerstpn 259. Trombone Solo—J. Dixon (Kaikorai),'i 82, 1; E. Valentine '(.Wellington Tramways), 81, 2. There were ten competitors. .'■".,.' ]

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AUCKLAND COMPETITIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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AUCKLAND COMPETITIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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