by the BAND OF 1st BX.
THE KING'S OWN
(Bv kind permission of Lieut.-Col. W. W. B. Thorp , D.S.O., and Officers.)
Ban Imaster, Mr. F. G. MOSS.
Granville Gardens Pavilion, Dover.
Dorothy Bennett (Soprano); Esther Coleman (Contralto); Eric Greene (Tenor); Dale Smith (Baritone).
In "The Daisy Chain."
A Cycle of Twelve Songs of Childhood.
Composed by Liza Lehmann (Born July 11th, 1862).
Quartet, "Blind Man's Buff "
Note: The R.L. Stevenson words are from "A Child's Garden of Verses."
"THE WINTERS TALE." Hermione Lilian Braithwaite
Act I., Scene 1-A Room of State in Leontes' Palace.
Act II... Scene I-A Room in Leontes' Palace.
Act III., Scene 2-A Court of Justice.
Act V., Scene 3-A Chapel in Paulina's House.
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