: The Children's
Hour Goes to the Seaside. John Thorne will sing some ' Songs of the Fleet' (C. V. Stanford). The Story of how ' Christabel goes to Yellow-sands ' (Adam Goteans While) will be told, and ' Rock Pools and their Mysteries ' (Reginald Gaze) will interest us on the beach.
by REGINALD FOORT
Relayed from the New Gallery Kinema
Associate and Ushers of the Divorce Court,
Judge's Clerk, Solicitors and their Clerks, Barristers and their Clerks, Shorthand Writers and Reporters, Footmen, Jurymen
TT is shortly after midnight. There is a table in the centre of the room on which the remains of supper appear. On one side a door opens into Mrs. Admaston's bedroom, and opposite this are two other doors.
When Peggy married George Admaston ,
The Rt Hon George Admaston, M P:
Sir John Burroughs (President of the Divorce Court):
Sir Robert Fyffe, K.C., M.P. (Mr. Admaston's Leading Counsel):
Gervaise McArthur, K.C. (Mrs. Admaston's Leading Counsel):
A Play in Four Acts by EDWARD G. HEMMERDE and FRANCIS NEILSON
Arranged for Broadcasting
Produced by R. E. JEFFREY he knew she did not love him, but hoping to win her by doing big things, he devoted himself to his political career. Unfortunately, this .left the wife-restless, laughter-loving, and sweet. natured Peggy-very much alone, and in her endeavours to enjoy life, she led Roderick Collingwood to believe that her light-hearted flirtation with him meant more than it did. So, with a real desire to bring her happiness, he arranged an ' accident' whereby he and she were stranded in Paris with her maid. while the friends with whom they were travelling, Lady Attwill and Lord Ellerdine, went on to Switzerland.
At the beginning of the First Act Peggy is talking to her maid in the rooms Collingwood has taken for them in an hotel in Paris.
In the same room the next morning, Pauline sits reading a paper. She jumps up as Lady
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