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The Farrago evening at the University Debating Society attracted a very large number of the friends of the University. Sir J. Collie, M .An presided. A piano solo by Mr R. H. Webb Was followed by * Epigrams and Stray Thoughts,’ written by Mr G. F. R. Adams, B.A, and read by Mr C. O. Hutton, 8.A.; a doable quartet by Misses Tre-.eder, Ruel. Platts, and L. Shand, Messrs Howlison, Sargent, Dunlop, onu Bray was much appreciated, and later on tuo same party rendered ‘Good night, beloved.’ In addition to these the prize essay of the year, a hQmoious article entitled ‘ An Upcountry Election/ 'Two Maori lays,’a recitation by Bliss Fodor, and ‘A Blodern Epic,’ all formed excellent items, apd received full justice from the various performerc. Votes of thanks concluded the meeting.

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UNIVERSITY DEBATING SOCIETY., Issue 10417, 11 September 1897

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UNIVERSITY DEBATING SOCIETY. Issue 10417, 11 September 1897

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