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: THE WIRELESS QUARTET.

INA G. OGILVIE (Contralto).

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: SOME SONGS AND A FANTASY. . HELENA MILLAIS

(Actress-Entertainer).
In Songs and Fragment from Life.
(Including " Our Lizzie in Society.")

: MARGARET STEPHEN

(Soprano). " As Flora Slept " (John
Hilton, 1629), "Come "Again (John Lowla d. 1597);
" There is a Garden in Her Face " (T. Campio 1617);
'WhenLo! By Break of Morning" (T. Morley. 1593).

: THE STATION REPERTORY COMPANY.

" The Heart of a Clown." A Fantasy in One Act by Constance Powell-Anderson .
People in the Play :
Directed by MUNGO M. DEWAR.
Picture to yourself the outskirts of a Village Fair. which has taken place in a small glade in a wood. There is the sound of music in the distance. Coining along a path through the trees, you see the Clown, and as he approaches, you hear him singing, " Love Was Once a Little Boy."

Contributors

Unknown: Constance Powell-Anderson
Directed By: Mungo M. Dewar.

: HELENA MILLAIS.

More Songs and Fragments from
Life.

: WEATHER F0RECAST AND NEWS.

Bacon Tercentenary (
Francis Bacon , d. April 9th, 1626). Prof. G. S. GORDON , Merton Professor of English Literature. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Bacon
Unknown: G. S. Gordon

: CHEZ FYSHER-

S.B. from London.
DANCE MUSIC.
THE PLAZA BAND.
Relayed from the Plaza Palais de Dnnsc.








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