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: The RADIO QUARTET

and EDITHA
BRAHAM (Violin), HILDA BLAKE (Soprano), GUIDO ALURANSI (Tenor)

Contributors

Violin: Hilda Blake
Soprano: Guido Aluransi

: Programmes

S.B. from London

: Programmes

S.B. from London

: Prof. J. ARTHUR Thomson

M.A., LL.D.,
' The Mind of the Highest Animals.' S.B. from Aberdeen

: Programme

S.B. from London

: ' THE JEFFERSONS '

A Comedy in Three Acts by VINCENT DOUGLAS , performed by The STATION DRAMATIC COMPANY, and presented by VICTOR SMYTHE. S.B. from Manchester
Cast (in the order of their appearance) :
ACT I., SCENE I.-Christopher Jefferson's office at Spring Bank Mill. A large window overlooks the yard where the tall chimneys of the Mill can be seen. The office is plainly furnished with the usual reference and letter files hung round the walls, and a speaking-tube lies on the roll-top desk. It is eleven o'clock on a warm July morning and Stephen Anthony is seated at the desk busy with the morning's mail.
ACT 1., SCENE 2.-The same as in Scene 1, two hours later. Jefferson is busy writing at his desk.
ACT II.-The same. Seven years have passed and the office now bears a more prosperous appearance. The speaking-tubo has been replaced by a telephone. Joseph Forshaw , now a salesman, enters.
ACT III.-The drawing-room at Jeffersons' house, handsomely furnished in a manner combining comfort with taste. It is shortly after 6.0 p.m., the same evening.
Entr'actes by THE STATION QUARTET

Contributors

Unknown: Vincent Douglas
Presented By: Victor Smythe.
Unknown: Stephen Anthony
Unknown: Joseph Forshaw

: DANCE MUSIC

-THE SAVOY ORPHEANS and the SAVOY HAVANA BANDS








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