KATE WINTER (Soprano).
HERBERT HEYNER (Baritone). THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
Conducted by DAN GODFREY, JUNR.
The Orchestra. (To-day we celebrate '-The Glorious 1st
June " - Ushant 1794. Announcer J. S. Dodgson.
A Contingent of ?4 Voices from
THE LONDON WELSH MALE C'HOTR.
Conductor: LLEWELYN BEVAN. Accompanist HORATIO DAVIES.
I EDITH PENVILLE, (Solo Flute.)
Artistes CEDRIC SHARPE , (Solo
Voices by L. Bevan. )
Hymn A. and M. No. 147, "Hall the Day
That Sees Him Rise."
Miss MAUDE ROYDEN (of the Guild
House, Eccleston. Square) : Religious Address.
Hymn A. and M. Xo. 145, " Oh, Christ
Our Joy, Gone Up On High."
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