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: MAYOR AND CORPORATION

meet at Town Hall and proceed to the Cornhill.
Fanfare of Trumpets on arrival of the Mayor's Procession.
National Anthem-one verse.
TOWN CRIER proclaims silence for the MAYOR.
The MAYOR tells tho' story of granting of Charter.
A BURGESS demands that the Charter be read.
THE MAYOR reads the Charter.
Charier Song, words by T. Bruce
Dlks, music by Martin Shaw.
Oration by the Very Rev. DEAN
OF WELLS (J. Armitage Robin son, D.D.).
Hymns by tho Children : " These
Things Shall Be." Words by John Addington Symonds , Music by Martin Shaw.
"And Did Those Feet"-
" Jerusalem "(Blake), Hubert H. Parry.
Collect for Charter Day offered by the MAYOR'S CHAPLAIN.
Hymn in which all join:
"All People That on Earth Do
Dwell (Tune, " Old Hundredth ").
Peace and Bonedietion : The
VICAR OF BRIDGWATER.
Band Plays during the time the MAYOR AND CORPORATION return to the Town Hall.

Contributors

Unknown: T. Bruce
Music By: Martin Shaw.
Unknown: J. Armitage Robin
Unknown: John Addington Symonds
Music By: Martin Shaw.
Unknown: Hubert H. Parry.

: Concert: URSULA HUGHES

(Soprano). HAROLD KIM-BERLEY (Baritone).

: FOR THE CHILDREN

"A Talk on Bells," by W. Roughton , accompanied by a practical demonstration of bell-ringing (given by the Ancient Society of College Youths on the bells of St. Mary-le-Bow- the original " Bow Bells ").

Contributors

Unknown: W. Roughton

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. H.J. LEWIS , "Camping." Travel Talk.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. H.J. Lewis

: Beethoven

interpreted by EDWARD ISAACS.
Sonata, Op. 10, No. 2 (in F
Allegro: Allegretto: Presto.

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Isaacs.

: Mr. MUNRO EARL

"My
Day's Work as a Commercial Traveller."

: "MORE WINNERS

'introducing past melodies of Revue and Variety, performed by the inevitable
"Star Cast,"
Which will be announced at the proper time by "Father."

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE. SAVOY ORPHEANS and the SAVOY TANGO BAND.
From the Savoy Hotel.








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