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S.B. from London.

Maytime.
8.0-10.0 and 10.30-11.0.
HELEN DAIR (Soprano). EFFIE MANN (Contralto).
RONALD MURGATROYD (Tenor).
GEORGE LISTER , J. O'NEILL (Entertainers).
CONSTANCE MORRIS (Recitals).
LESLIE LINLEY (Violin). ARTHUR HAYNES ('Cello).
HAROLD HARRISON at the Piano.
I.- A MAY MORNING.
" Hail, bounteous May ! that dost inspire
Mirth, and youth, and warm desire--
Thus we salute thee with an easy song And welcome thee and wish thee long."
-Milton.
II.- ON THE FARM.
" Heloved to sit In the low hut, or garnish'd cottage,
And praise the farmer's homely wit."
-W. M. Praed.
A COMEDY INTERLUDE, having reference to all the maladies of Spring, including Spring-cleaning and Love, and introducing SAMUEL DALTON in Bird and Animal Mimicry.
III.- THE VILLAGE GREEN.
" The Maypole is up,
Now give us the cup;
I'll drink to the garlands around it-
-Herrick.

Contributors

Tenor: Ronald Murgatroyd
Tenor: George Lister
Tenor: J. O'Neill
Unknown: Constance Morris
Cello: Arthur Haynes
Cello: Harold Harrison

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sir GEORGE NEWMAN. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir George Newman.








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