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INVERCARGILL Competitions.

Physical culture and intellectual development have been to the fore m Invercargill this week—a footbaU match on Wednesday, a boxing ex hibition on Tuesday and Thursday, and literary competitions extending over four evenings, affording - ample opportunity for the -display of mm as veil as muscle. The literary and musical tournament was veil patronised, and the various items excited groat interest. Space will only permit of a summary of results . • Recitation (“The Victim ). Miss Delamere 33rcnt (Winton) 1, Miss A. Trillo Invercargill) 2, Miss J. McXaughlon (Grecnhills) 3. Debate -(open to any parties of two), "'ls Disarmament Feasible”) — Messrs Hall and Rowden, 261 1 ; Messrs Toshach and luster, 20* points, 2. Pianoforte Duet (under IS) —Miss D. Browning and IT Carr 1 ; Misses ,D. Moffett and D. Henderson 2. Pianoforte Solo (under lo and over 13) —Miss D. d. Henderson 1. Master Cl A. Martin 2. Tenor Solo —Mr J. Cl, Gillies 1, Mr W. Richards 2. Scotch Song (lady) “Robin Adair —Miss M. A. Jopp (Wakatipu) 1, Miss D. Brent (Winton) 2.

Vocal Duct (gentlemen) —Messrs Richards and Taylor 1, (Messrs Gillies and Kidd 2. Reading at Sight—Mr A. McKillop (Gladstone) 1, Mrs Has-tie (Invercargill) 2. Mr T. L. Walton (Invercargill) H. Reci lat ion (boys under 14 years) — Master K. R. McKillop (Gladstone) 1, (Master R. Gool.d (Invercargill) 2, Master R. Morris (Gladstone) 3. Recitation (girls under 11 years) — Allss W. Mi. Joss (K. Invercargill) 3, Miss M. Wilson (Invercargill) 2, Miss K. A. Joss (K. Invercargill) 3. Impromptu Speech—Mr T. K. Walton (Invercargill) 1, Air C. S. Lowden (Invercargill) 2, Messrs G. A. Hall and A. C. Toshach (equal)

Violin Solo (under 15 years) —Aliss J. Mathieson (Invercargill) 1. Aliss R. Greig (Invercargill) 2, Aliss G. Raesidc (Invercargill) 3. Pianoforte Solo (under 10 and over 10 years) —Aliss D. Stevenson (Invercargill). 1. Alas ter Jno- Huffladine (Invercargill) 2. Quartette Aliss Frap well. Airs Hensley, Alessrs Holst and Hensley, 1 ; Aliss Stead. Airs Carter. Alessrs Richards ami Taylor, 2. Bass Solo—Air I’. Ait ken (Wyndham) 3, Air A. F. Varcoe (Invercargill) 2,

Contralto Solo —Aliss R, R. Peterson (Invercargill) .1, Aliss A.l. Alclnto.sh (Invercargill) 2. Aliss Jopp (Wakatipu) 3.

Mouth Harmonica, any selection. — Master R. Pomeroy (Invercargill) 1, Master C. W. Morgan (Invercargill) 2, Alas ter D. Walsh (Invercargill) 3. Recitation (ladies)—Aliss R. Ald red (Invercargill) 3. Aliss J. AlcXaughton (Greenhi!ls) 2, Aliss D. Brent (Wint on) 3. Recitation (gentlemen)—Air A, ATcKillop (Gladstone) R Air J. Baldwin (North Invercargill) 2, Air A. AlcClure (Bluff) 9. Prepared Speech—Air A. AlcKillop (Gladstone) 3., Air T. R. Walton (Invercargill) 2, Air G. A. Hall (Invercargill) 3.

Humorous Recitation —Mr T. R. Walton (.Invercargill) 1, Miss Li. Hodgkinson (Richmond Grou-t 2, Miss .1). Brent (Winton) 3. Violin Solo (open)—Mr P. Poole (Invercargill) 1. Miss J. Alathieson (Invercargill) 2, Mr J. R. AlcGillivray ..XThornbury) ■’■ Baritone , Solo—Mr F. F. Thomas (Invercargill) 1, Mr F. Russell (Wyndhani) 2. Mezzo Soprano Solo—Airs H, Growth or (Invercargill) I, Miss Handels (Fore) and Miss McKibbin (|lnvercarg’ill) equal for second place, Miss .0. Brent (Winton) 3. Vocal Duet (ladies) —'Miss McKibbin. and Miss Mclntosh the only compel it ors. Scotch Song (gentlemen)—Mr J. (!. Gillies (Tnvercarg-ill;, S. Mr W. Wilson (Winton) 2, Mr .1. McClymont (Thornbury) 3. Original Story—Mi. S 3 Stanley 1. Original Poem —S. G. August (Invercargill). Spelling Competition—Master Ac ABacali-ster I, Master F. McKillop 2, Alas ter E . Bo nt hr on 3. CHOIR COAIPETLTIONk The points in this competition are ;

Anfm Glee TlPt .Gore Presbyterian 111 130 24-1 St. Paul’s Methodist 112 111 223 St. Pant's Presbyterian 113 101 217 IWyndham Presbyterian 89 71 160 Gore Congregational 66 90 156

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INVERCARGILL Competitions., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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INVERCARGILL Competitions. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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