(Fifth Concert) at
The New Chenil Galleries, Chelsea.
THE CHENIL CHAMBER
THE WIRELESS LADIES'
STANFORD ROBINSON. )
"or "Who Killed the Old Squire?" A burlesque operetta in one Act by John J. Melluish , and Music by H. A. Melluish , played by the Wireless Orchestra, conducted by Dan Godfrey.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY. Melton Mobray (Son of the Old
Harold Hardbake (His rascally
Gaffer Garge (the Oldest Inhabitant).
P.C. Hodge (the Village Police
Herlock Combes (a Detective).
Mrs. Bodger (a London Landlady). Gertie (the Village Beauty).
Chorus of Gert Girls and Village
It is a sunny day in spring, and the villagers are merry-making on the village green.
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