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: The Romany Revellers

from the Dunedin Palais de Danse.
(to 16.30)


Musicians: The Romany Revellers

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Capt. R.A. Neaum
S.B. from London.

Local News


Speaker: Captain R.A. Neaum

: Mr. H. Mortimer Batten, F.Z.S. on "Birds of Prey of the Mountains"

S.B. to Glasgow and Aberdeen.


Speaker: H. Mortimer Batten

: A Scotch Night

The Pipe Band of the 4/5th Batt. The Royal Scots
(By permission of Lieut-Col. A.H. Mure, T.D.)
Pipe-Major, James Robertson
The Edinburgh Gaelic Quartet (Singing in Gaelic and English), Annabel Currie (Soprano), Isa MacKintosh (Contralto), Adam Johnston (Tenor), J. Jamieson Currie (Baritone), Carma Daah (Soprano), James MacMillan (Bass)
Mr. Arthur Nelson will recite "A Scotch Night"
(By Will H. Ogilvie).

The Pipe Band


Musicians: The Pipe Band of the 4/5th Battalion The Royal Scots
Piper: Piper-Major James Robertson
Singers: The Edinburgh Gaelic Quartet
Soprano: Annabel Currie
Contralto: Isa MacKintosh
Tenor: Adam Johnston
Baritone: J. Jamieson Currie
Soprano: Carma Daah
Bass: James MacMillan
Recital (A Scotch Night): Arthur Nelson
Poet (A Scotch Night): Will H. Ogilvie

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

George L. Marshall on "The Work of the Station."

Local News


Speaker (The Work of the Station): George L. Marshall

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Announcer: G. L. Marshall

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