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: MEMORIAL SERVICE AND CEREMONY

AT THE OPENING OF THE
NEW MENIN GATE
RELAYED FROM YPRES

: app. Part of the SERVICE from WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL

S.B. from Bournemouth
is expected that the Menin Gate Ceremony will end in time for London and Daventry to take the address by the Lord Archbishop of Upsala

: FRENCH NATIONAL PROGRAMME

(For full details see page 129.)

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From St. Mary's Parish Church, Swansea
Address by the
Rev. Preb. CANON CECIL W. WILSON , Vicar of Swansea
S.B. from Swansea

Contributors

Unknown: Cecil W. Wilson

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE : The Mayor of Margate, Mrs. Councillor M. H. S. HATFJELD, J.P. Appeal on behalf of Margate New Hospital Fund

FIFTY years ago the Margate Cottage Hospital
'laid the foundation of half a century's noble work on behalf of the sick and suffering. It has been a, boon to visitors and residents alike, and thousands of visitors have gratefully acknowledged the care and attention received.
It is now necessary to build a new hospital.
It will have eighty to one hundred beds and be replete with everything that modern medical science can suggest. It will cost £50,000, and in one year £20,000 has been given or promised. Treatment is free.
Donations should be sent either to the Mayor, at Margate Town Hall, or to [address removed]

: THE COVENT GARDEN STRING ORCHESTRA

Leader, H. WYNN REEVES
Conducted by VICTOR HELY HUTCHINSON
CUTHBERT SMITH (Baritone)
KENDALL TAYLOR (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Leader: H. Wynn
Conducted By: Victor Hely Hutchinson
Baritone: Cuthbert Smith
Pianoforte: Kendall Taylor








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