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: Afternoon Topic

Miss Mary
Gilchrist, " A Visit to China-town." '

: THE STATION DANCE QUARTET

Directed by ALEX MADISKY.

Contributors

Directed By: Alex Madisky.

: Light Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S
ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.
S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: SONG

MUSIC AND STORY.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conductor,
WALTER BENSON.

Contributors

Conductor: Walter Benson.

: " Ears Aint Everythin'."

A Protealogue.
Written by D. M. CUMMING SKINNER for
R. E. KINGSLEY , who will play the following parts : Old Mac-An Old Deaf Miner.
Donnegan- Saloon Keeper at
" White Horse."
Red Baity-A " Hold-Up " Man. Finnigan-His Partner.
The Sheriff of " White Horse,"
Arizona.
Mind Picture : Imagine Donnegan standing at the door of the saloon in "White Horse," a small town in the West of Arizona. Old Mac, a miner, who has been rendered almost completely deaf in a mine blast accident, drifts along to buy some tobacco, and enters into conversation with the saloon keeper. Donnegan sees Mac approach, begins to speak.

Contributors

Unknown: R. E. Kingsley

: WEATHER FORECAST AND News.

Capt. IAN MAcLAREN. Air
Raids and the Future." S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Capt. Ian MacLaren.

: VARIETY.

S.B. from London.








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