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: 4th Annual Meeting. SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

and CONGRESS OF CHEMISTS.
Presentation of the Society's
Mcssel Medal to
The Rt. Hon. The
EARL OF BALFOUR, K.G., O.M. who will deliver
The Messel Memorial Lecture.
Relayed from the Mansion House.

: Dance Music.

THE ROYAL AUTOMOBILE
CLUB
DANCE BAND from the Royal Automobile Club.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" How Little John Imitated His
Master." (Adapted by C. E. Hodges). "Grandpa Dothe same (Mabel Marlowe : from "The Wiggly Weasel.") Song and Piano Solos.

Contributors

Unknown: Grandpa Dothe
Unknown: Mabel Marlowe

: Light Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. DESMOND MAcCARTHY :
Literary Criticism.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Desmond MacCarthy

: HUMOUR IN POETRY

"Juniper Jem" (F. Anstey ), and other Humorous Poems.
Recited by Mr. George Grossmith.

Contributors

Unknown: F. Anstey
Unknown: Mr. George Grossmith.

: Bach.

Two and Three Part Inventions.
Interpreted bv
JEAN BAPTISTE TONER.
Two-Part Inventions. Nos. 1-8.
Allegro ; moderato ; vivace quasi allegro ; allegro deciso ; allegro ri.oluto; allegretto piacevole quasi andantino; allegro moderato ma deciso ; presto e leggiero possibile.

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Baptiste Toner.

: RAYMOND NEWELL

(Baritone) and THE WIRELESS MALE
CHORUS:
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON .
Students' Choruses
" Vive I Amour."
" The Three Crows."
" Ye Banks and Braes." " A-Hunting We Will Go."
(From " The Scottish Students'
Song Book.")
Students' Cboruses
" The Vicar of Bray."
" Here's to the Maiden." " My Bonnie."
" Here's a Health Unto His
Majesty."
(From "The Scottish Students'
Song Book.")
CHAMBER MUSIC.
The Boris Pecker String
Quartet.
BORIS PECKER,
(1st Violin),
DOROTHY CHURTON.
(2nd Violin),
MARY STEWART (Viola),
EDITH CHURTON
(Violoncello),
ISABEL I'ANSON (Soprano).

Contributors

Conducted By: Stanford Robinson

: ISABEL I'ANSON.

Symbol Songs
(with Quartet Accompaniment).

: THE QUARTET.

Quartet in A Minor E. J. Moeran
Allegro; Andante Con Moto ;
Rondo-Allegro Vivace.

Contributors

Unknown: J. Moeran

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Capt. IAN MacLAREN , "Air
Raids and the Future."
Local Announcements.

Contributors

Unknown: Capt. Ian MacLaren

: VARIETY.

FRED ROME and BUENA BENT in " The Scene Shifter's Lament "
(Alfred Lester ).
REG PALMER and MAMIE WATSON in Comedy and Patter.
COLLEEN CLIFFORD
(Character Songs).
MUNRO and MILLS
(Syncopated Numbers)

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Lester
Unknown: Reg Palmer
Unknown: Mamie Watson
Unknown: Colleen Clifford








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