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: A MILITARY SERVICE

from
York Minster
(S.B. from Leeds)

: Salon Music

from LIVERPOOL
THE MCCULLAGH STRING QUARTET : ISABEL MCCULLAGH (First Violin) ; GERTRUDE NEWSHAM
; HELEN RAWDON BRIGGS (Viola)
MARY MCCULLAGH (Violoncello)
FROM MANCHESTER

Contributors

Unknown: Isabel McCullagh
Violin: Gertrude Newsham
Viola: Helen Rawdon Briggs
Viola: Mary McCullagh

: EDWARD ISAACS (Pianoforte)

Allemande—Courante ; Sarabande—Gavotte ; Polonaise—Bourrée ; Minuet-Gigue
FROM SHEFFIELD

: STRING QUARTET

FROM MANCHESTER

: EDWARD ISAACS

Prelude and Finale from Suite in G Minor Bargfcl
FROM SHEFFIELD

: El Religious Service

Relayed from the Central Hall
ORGAN, * L'Esperance ' (Hope) Alexandre Fesca
(Organist, JOHN DUCKER )
Hymn, Was there ever, kindest Shepherd'
'(M.B., 71) Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Reading from Scripture-Luke x, verses 25 to 37 Hymn, ' Light of the World ' (M.B., 627)
Address by the Rev. HERBERT COOPER , Superintendent of the Manchester and Salford Wesleyau Mission
Hymn, ' The day Thou gavest ' (M.B., 645) Benediction
Organ Voluntary

Contributors

Organist: Alexandre Fesca
Organist: John Ducker
Unknown: Rev. Herbert Cooper

: The Week's Good Cause:

A Hull Rotary Infirmary Appeal, by Rotarian
R. C. MOORE , Director of Education, Hull. S.B. from Hull

Contributors

Unknown: R. C. Moore








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