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Musical.

Students of music nowadays have great advantages a ll d every inducement to distinguish themselves. Trinity College announces that a gold medal, kindly presented by His Excellence' the Governor of New Zealand, the Right Hon. Lord Plunket, K.C.V.0., Vice-President of the College, is open to all New Zealand candidates in practical subjects under the following conditions, which have received the approval of His Excellency :—l. Senior candidates only to be eligible ; . The winner to be the candidate whom the visiting - Examiner, after talcing into consideration the marks, considers to be the best student of the year examined in New Zealand. The award will be announced by the College as soon as possible after the return of the Visiting Examiner.

In addition, the local committee of Trinity College will present a gold modal to the candidate obtaining the highest marks in Senior grade of the forthcoming Practical Exams., and a silver medal to the student who scores highest in the Intermediate Division- These medals are, Q pen to those who enter at the Invercargill Centre only. . Entries close to-day (Saturday), 15th inst., when applications and fees must be in the hands of the local secretary (Mr Chas. Gray).

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Musical., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 9, 15 June 1907

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Musical. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 9, 15 June 1907

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