Celebration for Schools
Messages by the Rt. Hon. the EARL OF MEATH, P.C., K.P., G.C.V.O., G.B.E., and the Rt. Hon. 'Field-Marshal LORD Plumer, G.C.B.,
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., G.B.E.
A short Empire Tour by Mr. J. C. STOBART Hymns and National Songs by the WIRELESS
J- fondness for the rose survives all the onslaughts made upon its popularity by the various ' fashionable ' flowers of the moment. Mr. Courtney Page , who is the Secretary of the National Rose Society, gives some timely advice to all those who intend exhibiting roses during the season.
T ISTEKERS who have heard previous broadcasts from Hyde Park on Empire Day will know how deeply moving these ceremonies can be. This evening's is to be arranged on somesvhat different lines from its predecessors. Massed choirs from the London churches will lead the community singing, and the massed bands of the Guards will play, and the ceremony will close with a message personally delivered by the Prime Minister, followed by the singing of ' Auld Lang Syne.'
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