: Confections and Sweet Things to Eat. The Store Cupboard and The Market (Hunt). Sung by Betty Wheatley.
There's many a Slip (Hancock) ; Blackberrying,
Nutting (Cormichael). Sung by Harry Hopowell. 'Hot and Strong' (Southwold), 'The Witch's Cakes' (Braidwood). Told by Hylda Metcalf
An Entirely New Tonic Revue in Several Doses, by HUGH H. FRANCIS
Additional Sketches : ' Betty, Bertie, and a Balcony,' and ' Wonderful Women,' by EDWIN LEWIS
Music by Well-known Composers
Principal Medicos : MARJORIE FARNHAM
D. E. ORMEROD
W. E. DICKMAN
F. A. NICHOLLS
CHORUS OF LADY DOCTORS
FULL STATION AND PROPHYLACTIC ORCHESTRA
A Novelty Interlude, ' The Hon. ADOLPHUS ON THE TELEPHONE’ between Parts ad II
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