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The following are tho results of the Trinity College of Music practical examination, recently conducted at the Convent, Port Chalmers' by Mr Henry St. George: —lntermediate—Phillis Knevvstubb, Ida Johnson, and Louisa Smith; junior—Lydia Percy and Nellie Milnes; preparatoryLeonard Anderson; first steps—Robert Flvnn. hi returning the cards Mr St. George remarked : " It gives me much pleasuro to be able to s:iy that I have never heard such ready, intelligent answers as those given me * here to-day. The candidates answered all the questions I put to them. This is a very rare thing."

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TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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