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The affectionate regard of the whole Company for Canada as a whole and Toronto in particular. The value to practical imperialism of the interchange of visits between musically minded folk from one part of the Empire to the other. A musical programme then took place, with many pieces from the Company's Gilbert and Sullivan repertoire. The entire audience sang "For he is an Englishman" to close the luncheon.