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: NINIAN MAcWHANNELL

(Reciter).
" The Fiery Cross " (" The Lady of the Lake ").

: MARGARET STEWART

(Soprano).
(With Orchestra.)

: NINIAN MacWHANNELL.

" Bailie Nicol Jarvic Visits the Jail " (" Rob Roy ").

Contributors

Unknown: Bailie Nicol Jarvic
Unknown: Rob Roy

: NINIAN MacWHANNELL.

Epilogue to Canto VI : " The
Lay of the Last Minstrel."
" Wandering Willie." " Love of Country."

: MARGARET STEWART.

"Willow Song."
" Spring Had Come With All Its
Splendour" (" Hiawatha's Departure ").
" Unmindful of the Roses.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

"Four Characteristic Waltzes."

: A Personality

Napoleon Bonaparte.
(Bom August 15th, 1769-Died,
May 5th, 1821).
" His religion-that is to say, his law of fife-was essentially practical and humanitarian. It was the pride of PERSONALITY, or to put it in different words the power of the human will. Napoloen was the greatest " individualist." The whole gospel of his life was the right of the individual to reach the highest success the world can offer."
A Short Phono-View of Ins life from the modest house in Aiaccio, Corsica, to St. Helena,
by PERCIVAL STEEDS, B.A., and his COMPANY.
Pictures in Music by THE STATION ORCHESTRA. Songs of the Revolutionary Period by MARION RICHARDSON
(Mezzo-Soprano).

Contributors

Unknown: Short Phono-View
Mezzo-Soprano: Marion Richardson

: Studio Service.

Conducted by the Rev. JAMES ANDERSON , of Robertson Memorial Parish
Church.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. James Anderson

: The Week's Good Cause

" The Industrial Christian Fellowship "-The Rev. P. T. R. KIRK.
S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. P. T. R. Kirk.

: ALBERT SANDLER and the GRAND HOTEL

EASTBOURNE, ORCHESTRA.
S.B. from London.








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