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: The Children's Hour

(S.B. from Leeds)
A Study in Contrasts-Army v. Navy
Songs by GUNNELLE HAMLYN and JOHN ANDERSON
At the Piano, HILDA FRANCIS

Contributors

Songs By: Gunnelle Hamlyn
Songs By: John Anderson

: 'The Star of Zenoa'

A Sequel to 'The King of Zenoa'
By EDWIN LEWIS
Captain Smythe (Skipper of the Steam Yacht
Prosperino)
Dick Hartley (Mate of the Steam Yacht Prosperino)
Agatha Pruning (Spinster Sister of Sam K. Prosper )
Ann Prosper (Prosper's Daughter)
Major Whistler (a Diamond Expert)
Bobbie Manners (An Engineer)
Sam K. Prosper (of ' Proaper's Diamonds, Ltd.')
Marioff (the White Chief of Zenoa)
Tullana (a Native Chief)
Assanalla (the High Priest)
Moya (the King's Singing Girl)
A Lieutenant of the U.S. Cruiser Corrinth Gibbs (Bo'sun of the U.S. Cruiser Corrinth)
Natives and Seamen
The action begins on the bridge of the S.Y. Prosperino, which is anchored in the beautiful bay of a South Sea Island.
Incidental Music by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Lewis
Unknown: Dick Hartley
Unknown: Sam K. Prosper
Unknown: Sam K. Prosper
Unknown: Corrinth Gibbs

: A Light Orchestral Concert

THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
10.0 Local Announcements
10.5 Light Orchestral Concert
(Continued)








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