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: Afternoon Topic

Margaret MacDonald, "The Prairie Newspaper."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. JAMES AGATE : Dramatic
Criticism. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. James Agate

: Further Selected Old English Pieces

played by RAE ROBERTSON. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Played By: Rae Robertson.

: Mr. R. A. SIMPSON

" Braxfield the Enigma." S.B. from Edinburgh.

: EMPIRE SLOGANS-No. 3.

The third of four series of competitions in acrostic form, each complete in itself. Our listeners are invited to guess the Imperial Solution which is made up of the initial letters of the composers' names, in order of the items performed.
Prizes of a nature to be indicated later will be awarded to the senders of the first three post-cards with the correct slogan, and the most correct list of composers' names.
The following artists will take part:
MARY ROEBUCK
(Mezzo-Contralto).
ROBERT WATSON (Baritone).
ANNIE HAMILTON (Violin).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
THE ORCHESTRA.
(1) Suggests Cowboys and Sunshine.
(2) A Dancing Tune.

Contributors

Baritone: Robert Watson
Violin: Annie Hamilton

: ROBERT WATSON.

(3) A Sea Song.
(4) A Land Song.
(5) What Henley Said He Was.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

(6) He Wears White Tabs. (7) Suggests Mail Bags.

: MARY ROEBUCK.

(8) Requires No Clue. (9) A Dance.
(10) Consolation.

: ANNIE HAMILTON.

(11) A Cradle Song. (12) Slow.
(13) Any Pessimist Might Say
" -- is Dead."

: THE ORCHESTRA.

(14) Suggests the Latin Quarter.

: ROBERT WATSON.

(15) In the Southern Pacific. (16) Another Sea Song.

: MARY ROEBUCK.

(17) A Request.
(18) An Instruction.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

(19) A Glass Slipper Led to This. (20) If You Know the Rest, This is Easy.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Ministry of Agriculture Talk by Dr. RENNIE : S.B. from London.
Local News.

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

S.B. from
London.








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