The 170th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns , at the Cardiff Caledonian Society's Dinner
Relayed from Cox's Cafe
Mr. D. N. McCALLUM ,
President of the Society, proposing the ' Health of His
- Majesty the King '
J. M. BULLOCH , M.A.,
LL.D., proposing 'The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns'
Mr. J. Douglas BELL , proposing ' The Lassies'
Miss NESSIE MAC-ARTHUR
replying to the toast of 'The Lassies'
Songs by MURRAY STEWART (Tenor)
Mr. D. N.
Mr. J. Douglas
To THE BRISTOL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' RAG, in aid of the Lord Mayor's Hospital Fund, including a. Message spoken by the Rt. Rev. THE LORD
BISHOP OF BRISTOL
Relayed from the Hall of the University of Bristol Union, Bristol
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