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: BRISTOL v. BATH

A Running Commentary on the Rugby Football
Match
Relayed from The Memorial Ground, Horfield,
Bristol

: A CONCERT

at the Social Gathering organized by THE NATIONAL JOINT INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL OF
THE PRINTING AND ALLIED TRADES
Relayed from the Colston Hall, Bristol
ROBERT PITT and LANGTON MARKS (Entertainers) Calling the British Smiles RALPH T . MORGAN (Organ)
RONALD GOURLEY (Blind Pianist, Siffleur and Entertainer) Music and Humour

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Pitt
Unknown: Langton Marks
Unknown: Ralph T Morgan
Unknown: Ronald Gourley

: SPEECHES

By Mr. J. A. ARROWSMITH-BROWN , Sheriff of Bristol
Mr. J. SYDNEY BENNETT ,
Chairman of Bristol Committee Joint Industrial
Council
Mr. W. J. BRITTON
Vice-Chairman of Bristol Committee Joint
Industrial Council
ROBERT PITT and LANGTON MARKS Bye-Bye, Bristol HUBERT PENGELLY (Pianoforte)
RONALD GOURLEY
More Music and Humour

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. A. Arrowsmith-Brown
Unknown: Mr. J. Sydney Bennett
Unknown: Mr. W. J. Britton
Unknown: Robert Pitt
Unknown: Langton Marks
Pianoforte: Hubert Pengelly
Unknown: Ronald Gourley

: GOOD-NIGHT MESSAGE

from
CARDIFF TO BRISTOL








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