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: Afternoon Topics

Miss Kathleen Derrick, " Indian Ideas and Superstitions." The Wireless Orchestra. John E. Bremner (Tenor).

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Uncle Jack Goes A-Diving-Diving Down.

: Interesting Scottish Anniversaries (Prepared by John Sparke Kirkland)

" The Drama of David Rizzio." " National Covenant Subscribed in Greyfriars Kirkyard."

: Steadman's Symphony Orchestra

relayed from the Electric
Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS. Mrs. ALEC TWEEDIE

" A Railway Accident in Siberia.''
S.B. from London.

: RACHMANINOV interpreted

by STEPHEN WEARING (Solo Pianoforte). S.B. from London.

: BIBISIDIAN

" On Striking
Twelve."

: ENTERTAINMENT OLD AND NEW

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA. Selected Nigger Minstrel Music.

: OLD STYLE NIGGER ENTERTAINMENT

by THE " 2BD " MINSTRELS.
Controlled by THE BROTHERS MESTON.
" You Should Jes Hear
Dem Niggahs. "

Contributors

Unknown: Dem Niggahs.

: " PAGLIACCI (Scene 1).

S.B. from London.

: .-" I PAGLIACCI "

(Scene 2). S.B. from London.

: Sports Talk.'

S.B. from
London
Local News.

: DANCE

MUSIC.
THE SAVOY BANDS.
S.B. from London.

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