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BRASS BAND CONTEST.

(By Telege&ph.) .DUKEDIN, Nov. 27. The band contest vra<3er tie auspices of tho J Brass Band Association wua commenced on Buturday afternoon, and continued in the ercninj;, in tho G-arrison Hall- Fourfceeu out of eighteen bands entered competed aa follows:— Dunodin Ordnance, Queenstowo, Boslyn Miils. Add''ngton Workshops. Oamaru ( Garrison, Kaikorui, Wellington Garrison, Inyaroargill Garrison, Oatnarn Wavols, Christ.- ; church Garrison, InvorcargiU City, Duocdin I " Engineers. All played n test selsction an arrangement of oirs from Boaeini's " Sotaira. mide," " Barher of Seville," < te. 'Xhe judge's decision will not be known till after eaoh band performs ita ova eeleetion on Monday. If the performance on Monday io on a par with Saturday's, and if the judge does not consider j the roede in the Dunedin Gurriaon Band a j demerit, tha first threft are expected to bo . Inrercor^in Garrison, Oamaru Na'alfl, nnd Dan«din Garrison, and first, second, or third tmay be taken by either, according to tho treatment of its owe aeloction. Fourth, fifth or Bixth roßjr bo taken by either Cliris'chureh Garrison, Oamaru Garrison {if their "liberties with the tempo o£ the composition doea not debar them), and Dunedin. Ordnance, the playing of their own selections again probably tattling their order. There wa» a larga attendance in the hall throughout the ___________„

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BRASS BAND CONTEST., Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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BRASS BAND CONTEST. Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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