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: CHAMBER MUSIC

ASTRA DESMOND (Contralto) ; ANGUS MORRISON (Pianoforte) ; THE POLTRONIERI STRING QUARTET; ALBERTO POLTRONIERI (1st Violin) ; Guido FERRARI (2nd Violin) ; FIORENZO MORA
(Violin); ANTONIO VALISI (Violoncello)

: TALES FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT

Ahab and Elijah
1st Kings, xviii, verses I to 40.

: A CHILDREN'S SERVICE

Conducted by the Rev. Canon C. S. WOODWARD
From St. John's Church, Smith Square,
Westminster

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Relayed from Westminster Training College, Horseferry
Road, S.W.I
Hymn, 'Lord of all being
(M.H.B., No. 23) Invocation and Lord's Prayer
1st, Lesson, Eccles. xliv, 1-15
Hymn, ' For all the Saints '
(M.H.B., No. 807)
2nd Lesson, St. Luke, xv, 1-10 Hymn, ' The Lord is my Shepherd' (M.H.B., No. 86)
Bidding Prayer
Offertory (Violin Solo)
Hymn,' Love Divine, all love excelling' (M.H.B., No. 426)
Address by the Rev. Dr. WORKMAN
, Principal of the College
Hymn, 'The day is past and over' (M.H.B., No. 915)
Benediction
THE Westminster Training
College was founded in Glasgow for five or six students, but in IS51 it was moved to the present site in Horseferry Road, Westminster. It is now a residential College for 150 men training as teachers, all of whom have taken the London Matriculation and are prepared to stay three years to read for a degree in Arts or Science. The Rev. H. B. Workman , who has been its Principal since 1903, is the author of several books ou religion and religious history.

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE: Appeal on behalf of West London Hospital by Miss LENA ASHWELL

THE West London Hospital is the largest
General Hospital between Hyde Park Corner and Windsor. It has 226 beds, sixty of them added in the last two years to cope with an ever-increasing volume of work. This very necessary expansion entailed a heavy expenditure—£1,000a week-and as income has not increased with equal rapidity, the Hospital, which served nearly 50,000 people last year, is faced with a debt of over £26,000.
Contributions should be sent to [address removed]

: AN ORCHESTRAL AND VOCAL CONCERT

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
THE WIRELESS SINGERS








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