THE WIRELESS MILITARY
Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL
THE BRITISH VOCAL QUAR
TET; DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano); ESTHER COLE MAN (Contralto) ; ERIC GREENE (Tenor) ;
DALE SMITH (Baritone)
Come, all ye lads and lasses (Quartet) My Cherubie (Soprano Song) Duet (Tenor and Baritone)
The Sweetest Flower that Blows (Comralto
Meditation for Strings My lovely Celia (Tenor)
Phyllis has such charming glaves. (Tenor) Catch (unaccompanied Quartet) When dull care (Baritone)
From the Glasgow studio
S.B. from Glasgow
Conducted by Rev. Prof. J. E. Davey
Order of Service:
Choir: Psalm 100, 'All people that on earth do dwell '
Choir: Hymn, O God of Truth, Whose living word ' (English Hymnal, No. 449)
Choir: Hymn, 'Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round' (E.H., No. 384)
PROFESSOR DAVEY has had an unusually brilliant academic career. At Campbell College, Belfast, at the Royal University of Ireland, and at King's College, Cambridge (of which he was elected Fellow in 1916) he carried off an extraordinary succession of prizes and scholarships, winding up with two Firsts, in Classics and Theology. After further triumphs at Edinburgh and Belfast, he became Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the Presbyterian College, Belfast, and he transferred to the chair of Biblical Literature in 1922. His published works include Our Faith in God through Jesus Christ' and The Changing Vesture of Our Faith.'
SINCE its foundation in 1915, the Central
Council has done much to co-ordinate. improve and extend the service of nursing the sick poor in their own homes in and around London. Fifty Associations are federated to it and represented on it, and some £45,000 has been distributed to them. In addition, it has awarded twenty-two bursaries for training District Nurses in midwifery and maternity work, published a street directory showing the service for all London, and provided for district nursing in many areas where it was lacking before.
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