Under the Leadership of MAYER GORDON.
At the Piano, FRANK READE.
SAIR ROSIN (Contralto).
TOM KINNIBURGH (Baritone).
FREDERICK THURSTON (Solo Clarinet).
S.B. to Newcastle.
The Octet. (Soloist, MAYER GORDON) (Soloist. ANTHONY PINI. )
Waltzes New and Old (By Request).
Two Pieces by Grieg, from Lyric Suite. Nocturne.
March of the Dwarfs.
Selection of Sir Landon Ronald's Songs.
Announcer: J. S. Dodgson
/. F. Bridge
Hymn, " Praise the Lord, Vo Heavens
Adore Him " (A. and M. 292).
.The Rev. S. G HOOPER , M. A., Domestic
Chaplain to the Bishop of Southwalk. Religious Address.
Hymn, " All Things Bright and Eeautiful "
(A. and M. 573).
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