: May Song (Banlock),
Maypole Dance (West), May Waltz (Godin), Played by the Sunshine Trio. ' May Day among Children,' told by Robert Roberts. May Day (Grover), There's a Fair on the Green (Dean), May Dew (Sir IV. Sterndale Bennett), sung by Betty Wheatley
Played by Eric FOGG (Pianoforte)
Relayed from tho Assembly Room. Blackfriars
Sleepy Tune Fantasy Pictures Harebell and Fairy Pipers from a Columbine's Dream Dance Pantomime ') Nocturne, ' Night Wind on the Downs ' The Juggler
A Friendly Debate between Sir EDWIN STOCKTON (Manchester) and Sir ARNOLD RUSHTON (Liverpool)
Chairman : Alderman BEN TURNER
Organized on behalf of the Northern Branch of National Library for the Blind
Relayed from the Assembly Room, Blackfriars House, Manchester -
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