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: Talk to Schools

Mr. W.
Forbes (hay, F.R.S.E., " Peeps at Edinburgh's Past " (7).

: Mr. Leslie Smith

"Are Your
Wits About Yon?" (2).

: Mr. W. L. Calderwood

I.S.O.,
County Commissioner for Boy Scouts, " Scottish Scout Week."

: Mr. J. S. Chisholm

Horticultural Bulletin.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: The Rev. Dr. WALTER A. MURSELL

M.A., " Angling."
S.B. from A berdeen.

: " To India WithPrivate Fred Yates."

A Soldier's Life in Music, Prose, and Verse.
ROBERT MARSHALL
(Baritone).
HERBERT MORE'S
ORCHESTRA.
Private Yates is ordered to India with his Battalion, and we shall follow him through his experiences :
Leaving Southampton. In the Bay.
Calling at Port Said. In the Indian Ocean.
Arriving in Cantonments at Masirabad.
Marching to Barracks and the First Night There.
At the Battalion Fancy Dress
Ball-Christmas Eve.
Orchestral and Vocal Items, and Readings and Recitations will convey the atmosphere of Private Yates' surroundings and the thoughts passing through his mind. These will include popular military Marches and a number of Songs reminiscent of the years of the Great War.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Programme

S.B. from
London.








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