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MR. JAMES WILSON, of the Auckland Congress Hall Band, who is retiring after 40 years' association with New Zealand bands. Probably the best known Salvation Army bandmaster in New Zealand, he has been with the Congress Hall Band for the last five years. Previously he was bandmaster of the Wellington City, Dunedin and Wanganui Bands.

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MR. JAMES WILSON, of the Auckland Congress Hall Band, who is retiring after 40 years' association with New Zealand bands. Probably the best known Salvation Army bandmaster in New Zealand, he has been with the Congress Hall Band for the last five years. Previously he was bandmaster of the Wellington City, Dunedin and Wanganui Bands., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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MR. JAMES WILSON, of the Auckland Congress Hall Band, who is retiring after 40 years' association with New Zealand bands. Probably the best known Salvation Army bandmaster in New Zealand, he has been with the Congress Hall Band for the last five years. Previously he was bandmaster of the Wellington City, Dunedin and Wanganui Bands. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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