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: The Sunshine Carnival: Second Day

At Clarence Park, Weston-super-Mare.

: The Sunshine Carnival: The Band of the 2nd Batt. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

(By kind permission of Col. L.P. Evans, V.C., C.M.G., D.S.O., Commanding, and Officers)
Bandmaster, H.E. Austing

4.30 John Rorke, Some More Sunshine Songs

4.50 Will van Allen

Contributors

Musicians: The Band of the 2nd Battalion The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Bandmaster: H.E. Austing
Singer: John Rorke
Musician: Will van Allen

: The Sunshine Carnival: The Carnival at Night

Artists:
Gwladys Naish (Soprano), Leonard Gowings (Tenor), George Graves (the famous Baron Popoff), Will Van Allen (The Musical Tramp), Malcolm Scott (the Woman who Knows)
The Band of the 2nd Batt. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
(By kind permission of Col. L. P. Evans, V.C., C.M.G., D.S.O., Commanding, and Officers)
Bandmaster, H. E. Austing
Mogg's Military Band
Conductor, H. Mogg

Band of the 2nd Batt. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

7.55 George Graves

8.30 Will Van Allen

9.20 Mogg's Military Band

Contributors

Soprano: Gwladys Naish
Tenor: Leonard Gowings
Performer: George Graves
Musicians: Will Van Allen
The Woman who Knows: Malcolm Scott
Musicians: The Band of the 2nd Battalion The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Bandmaster: H.E. Austing
Musicians: Mogg's Military Band
Conductor: H. Mogg

: S.B.from London

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