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: Eleventh Children's Concert.

Arranged by the PEOPLE'S CONCERT
SOCIETY.
1. Introduction.
(Two Violins, Viola, 'Cel.o,
Double Bass, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon.)
First Two Movements; Allegro
(quick) with introduction Adagio (very slow) ; Andante un poco mosso (slow, with some movement).
3. Five Minutes' Sing-Song for the Audience.
Part 11.
1. Introduction. Scherzo (Quick and Playful);
Andante (Air with variations).

: Harold Warne (Baritone) affd

Brenda Boulden.

Contributors

Unknown: Brenda Boulden.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Oboe Solos by J. Field. " Snow White," told by Harcourt Williams. " When Charlemagne was Emperor " (2).

Contributors

Solos By: J. Field.
Told By: Harcourt Williams.

: Dance Music by Alex Fryer's

Orchestra, from the Rialto Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

A Summary of the Wireless
Papers for the Week.

: Prof. GRIERSON

M.A.,
LL. D.: "Thomas Carlyle. " (Born December 4th, 1795.)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Carlyle.

: Mr. G. A. ATKINSON

"Seen on the Screen."
VARIETY.
RUBY HELDER (Lady Tenor). RONALD MUNRO (Syncopated and Duets for
BARRY MILLS Two Pianos) LOUIS HERTEL (Entertainer).

Contributors

Tenor: Ronald Munro

: THE WIRELESS QUARTET.

(With Viola Obbligato.)
LOUIS HERTEL in " THE PARK-KEEPER."
A Protean Burlesque by Eric Hayden and Louis Hertel.

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Hayden
Unknown: Louis Hertel.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Ministry of Health Talk by Lieut.-Gen. Sir WILLIAM LEISHMAN , K.U.B., K.C.M.G., F.R.S., "The Health of an Army in the Field."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Leishman








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