The Duke of York's Camp,
A very few words of introduction by Mr. RQBERT R. HYDE , Director, Industrial Welfare Society.
" One Man Went to Mow."
" Old John Braddleham. " "Billy Boy."
" I Passed By Your Window."
" Ilkla Moor."
Mr. Rqbert R.
Relayed from the Depot, Royal Marines, Deal.
Grand Finale, March Past of All Performers.
Chorus of "Land of Hope and' Glory," "God Bless the Prince of Wales," "God Save the King."
The performers will be recruits under training at the Depot, Royal Marines. Deal, whilst the Band will be the Royal Marine Band, which accompanied H.R.H. The Prince of Wales on his tour of South Africa and South America. The Depot Royal Marine Voluntary Cadet Corps will also take part.
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