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Tyldesley Contest

Sat 11 May 1895

Format: Test Piece Contest
Test Piece: Aurora [Round]
Adjudicators: A. D. Keate
Venue: Tyldesley, Lancashire

Position Band Conductor Draw
1 Wingates Temperance William Rimmer 5
2 Pemberton Old William Rimmer 10
3 Atherton Public Fred Durham 2
4 Westleigh William Rimmer 4
5 Rochdale Old James Whittaker 7
Westhoughton Old Fred Durham 1
Gossage Soap Works John James Brady 3
Skelmersdale Temperance William Rimmer 6
Atherton Rifles William Rimmer 8
Wigan Rifles William Halliwell 9
Tyldesley Wesleyan Temperance James Shephard 11
Atherton Temperance William Gore 12
W Booth Fold
W Bradford Public
W Crook
W Platt Bridge

12 bands competed

Prizes: £10, £7, £5, £2, £1
The Judge was A. D. Keate, Professor of Music from Denton in Manchester. The contest took place on a football field off Elliot Street, Tyldesley. The Bands formed up on Castle Street, then proceeded via Elliot Street and Well Street to the field for the quickstep contest. The prizes were as follows:- 1st prize £10, 2nd prize £7, third prize £5 fourth prize £3 and fifth prize £1. There were also two prizes for the quickstep, 1st prize £1 and 2nd prize 10s, won by Wingates Temperance and Pemberton Old respectively.

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