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Mona C. Ellison (Soprano).
Winifred Redpath (Solo Pianoforte). lack Todd (Tenor).

Contributors

Soprano: Mona C. Ellison
Soprano: Winifred Redpath

: OMEN'S HALF-HOUR

Miss Robins on " The Camp Fire Movement." Chorus Singing by Camp Fire Girls.

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.
TALK by EDGAR L. BAINTON , Principal of the Newcastle Conservatoire of Music.
Local News.
Mozart Evening.

Contributors

Talk By: Edgar L. Bainton

: THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

Conductor, WILLIAM A. CROSSE.
Overture. "The Magic Flute."
Allegro from Serenade (for Strings).

Contributors

Conductor: William A. Crosse.

: ERNEST SHARP'S QUINTETTE.

Clarinet Quintette.
(Solo Clarinet, William A. Crosse.

Contributors

Clarinet: William A. Crosse.

: JOHN COLLINSON (Tenor).

" To Friendship." " A Stout Heart."
" Secret Love."
" A Song of Contentment." "The Angel of Peace."
"Ye Birds that Homeward Soar."
In the Wood."
Clarinet Quintette.
Orchestra.
Andante and Minuetto from Serenade
(for Strings).
Clarinet Quintette.

: John Collinson.

"Life's Journey."
"Contentment."
The Deluded World." ' " The Violet."
" Evening Song."
Bosom in Rapture." "Slumber Song."
Orchestra.
Overture, "Il Seraglio."
Finale from Serenade for Strings.

: MAY JOBSON (Contralto).

Songs, Selected.
Orchestra.
Selected.

: NEWS and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. from London.
Canon ANTHONY DEANE. S.B. from
London. ;
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Canon Anthony Deane.

: Orchestra.

Selection of Mozart's Works.

: Close down.

Announcer: E. L. Odhams.








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