at the SEVENTH ABERYSTWYTH
Relayed from the University Hall, Aberystwyth.
S.B. from Swansea.
THE WELSH SYMPHONY
Sir H. WALFORD DAVIES and Dr. ADRIAN BOULT.
Sir H. Walford
of British-Italian Friendship by The Right Hon.
Sir AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN , K.G., following the Dinner, on the occasion of the Presentation to Senatore ANTONIO CIPP1CO of the medal which has been struck in his honour in commemoration of the services which he has rendered to British-
Relayed from The New Prince's
Lawrence Baskcomb (Original Songs at the Piano).
Clapham and Dwyer (Patter Comedians).
Alma Barnes (Songs and Instrumental Imitations)
and Teddy Brown, from the Cafe de Paris, in Xylophone Solos.
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