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: Talks to Schools

The
Rev. J. Howen Rodda. " Paul Dombey Wonders Why." Musical Interlude. Mrs. G. N. Casp. " How Jason Lost His Sandal."

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. Howen Rodda.
Unknown: Paul Dombey
Unknown: Mrs. G. N. Casp.

: French Talk

" Le Progrès Aerien," by Madame Zulma Lynel.

Contributors

Unknown: Madame Zulma

: The Royal Hotel Trio

Musical
Director, Albert Fullbrook.

Contributors

Director: Albert Fullbrook.

: Programme

relayed from Daventry.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
A Summary of the Wireless Papers for the Week. S.B. from London.

: The Rev. E. E. SMITH

"Life in the Bahamas " (3).

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Mr. PERCY SCHOLES

Music
Critic. S.B. from London.

: An Hour of Contrast.

A Miscellany of Melody, Humour and Burlesque in Ten Moods.
WINIFRED BALL (Contralto).
RENEE DUGGAN (Soubrette).
ROY THOMAS (Baritone). HARRY GROSE (Humorist).
FRED CAVENDISH (Enter-' tainer).
Interlude.
" Money " by " ADELPHOS."

Contributors

Contralto: Renee Duggan

: An Hour of Negro Melodies.

Assembled and Directed bv
DOUGLAS DURSTON.
SHEILA MORRIS (Soprano). DORA HILL (Solo Pianoforte).
THE COLERIDGE-TAYLOR
CHORAL SOCIETY QUARTET :
DORA BISSON (Soprano);
MABEL DURSTON (Contralto);
ARTHUR FEW1NGS (Tenor);
C. L. V. WALKER (Bass).
AN INSTRUMENTAL TRIO will play
Coleridge-Taylor Memories.

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Durston.
Soprano: Sheila Morris
Soprano: Dora Hill
Soprano: Dora Bisson
Contralto: Mabel Durston
Bass: C. L. V. Walker

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.‾

S.B. from London.
Sir WILLIAM BEACH THOMAS:
"Tho Ypres League." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: Pianoforte Recital

by SAMUEL CHISHOLM.

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Chisholm.








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