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: HARLEY AND BARKER

Syncopated Entertainers

: For France

An Episode of the Franco-Prussian War, by John Oswald Francis
The poignant sorrows which assail the civil population of a country which is involved in a great war are vividly illustrated by this play, founded upon an incident of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1.

Contributors

Author: John Oswald Francis
Henri Loujanne (An Old Frenchman): Herbert Ross
Marie (His Wife): Eilieen Munro
Louis (Loujanne's Nephew): Arthur Blanch
Helene (Louis' Sweetheart): Shirland Quin
Belper (A Prussian Sergeant): George Ide

: INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL CONCERT

THE J. H. SQUIRE CELESTE OCTET
SYDNEY COLTHAM (Tenor) SYDNEY COLTHAM
In Selections from his Repertoire
OCTET ' Milestones in Ballads: A Song of Yesterday ;
Twenty Years Ago ; Fifty Years Ago

Contributors

Unknown: J. H. Squire Celeste
Tenor: Sydney Coltham








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