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The Reporter.

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. Victoria. Hall was packed on Friday evening last when the (’aledoni-* an Society gave one of their enjoyable concerts. Mr W. Timpany presided, and in a happy speech launched the most successful concert yet given by the Society. 'Dining the evening several competitions were held, and keenly competed. There were five competitors in the pianoforte competition. and the first prize was won by Master C. A. Martin, while Miss Daisy Dunnett secured second prize. There were eight candidates for the elocution contest, the piece set being- “The Cotter’s Saturday Night. It was open to children attending the public schools, and there were eight, entries. There was keen competition. and in the first and second it was very hand to pick. The budge (Mr Searell) awarded E. Earsman first and M. McKillop second. A large and varied programme was gone through, and one and all enjoyed themselves. A dance followed at which there was a large gathering. A special word of praise is due to the secretary, Mr John Mac-greg-or. for the able manner in which ho carried through such a large undertakinua

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The Reporter., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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The Reporter. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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