THE rat. who has in past ages brought
-L the plague and cholera to our shores, is still a very active and insidious enemy to our prosperity, and our health. ]n this talk the annual campaign against him will be explained by one of the Head-quarters experts who has done much research work into his habits and haunts.
THE Cycle and Motor-Cycle Show opens on Monday next week, and, as usual, it is an important occasion both for prospective purchasers and for the British industry whose products it displays. Mr. Watling, who gives this talk, is Director of the British Cycle and Motor-Cycle
Manufacturers and Traders' Union, the promoters of the Show.
IX the leisure moments of a most strenuous life as a horse-breaker, lumber-man, miner, ranger, cattleman and soldier, Mr. Crosbie Garstin has found time to write several books, including ' The Owl's House ' and ' High Noon,' and a very .popular series of sketches, The Mudlarks,' which appeared in Punch during the War.
The WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by The COMPOSER
Overture Operetta Lysistrata Amina, Egyptien Serenade ARTHUR REES (Baritone)
Within your blue eyes
Overture to the Operetta : 'In the Kingdom of Indra '
DOROTHY BENNETT .(Soprano) The Glow-Worm
Folios Bergere March
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