at the ANNUAL LUNCHEON of the NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
EMPLOYERS and EMPLOYEES.
Relayed from the Adelaide Rooms,
Gatti's Restaurant, Strand.
The following speeches will be included.
Sir EDWARD MANVILLE
Mr. W. L. HICHENS.
The Rt. Hon. J. H. THOMAS ,
P.C., M.P. Col. F. VERNON WILLEY ,
C.M.G., C.B.E., M.V.O.
Mr. C. H. STITCH, M.P.
Mr. W. L.
Rt. Hon. J. H.
interpreted by EDWARD ISAACS.
Piano Sonatas, Op. 20 (in A Flat Major) (concluded),
(c) Marcia Funebre (On the Death of a Hero) Maestoso Andante ; (d)
Allegro. Rondo a Capriccio in G Major, Op. 129 ("Rage over a Lost Penny").
East Cliff, Ramsgate.
" Our Own Gay Band."
" Sing a Little Song"
Song, "I'm Knee Deep in Daisies."
" The Ant and the Antelope."
HILDA BRYANT. CONCERTED " Tea-shop Courtship QUARTET. The Pleasant Countryside."
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