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: Fashion Talk

by Louis de Meyo.
The "6BM" Quintet: Reginald S. Mouat (Violin), Thomas E. Illingworth ('Cello), Charles Leeson (Piano), H.L. Gibson (Flute), R. G. Somers (Oboe). Rosalie Bourne (Contralto).

Contributors

Unknown: Louis de Meyo.
Violin: Reginald S. Mouat
Violin: Thomas E. Illingworth
Cello: Charles Leeson
Piano: H.L. Gibson
Flute: R. G. Somers
Contralto: Rosalie Bourne

: Children's Corner

Music Talk by Uncle Franklin .

Contributors

Talk By: Uncle Franklin

: Scholars' Half-Hour

"Geography and National Character," by J. Scatter -good, F.R.G.S.

Contributors

Unknown: J. Scatter

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. front London.
" An Account of the Revolution of the Federal Army stationed in San Paulo, July 5th, 1924," written by Master Cedric Ashling.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Cedric Ashling.

: Burns Night

Proceedings of the Caledonian Society's Dinner.
Relayed from Princes Hall, The Grand Hotel.
Including Speeches and Music.
Playing in the Haggis.

: The King.

The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns.
Proposer, The President (Dr. A. McCall).
The County Borough of Bournemouth.
Proposer, R. Sinclair , Esq.
Responder, The Mayor (Ald. F. S. Mate).
Kindred Societies.
Proposer, T. G. Gillespie , Esq.
Bournemouth Lincolnshire
Society.
Responders, Bournemouth and District
Presidents Cornish Society. of the Midlanders' Association.
Bournemouth Cymmroddrion Society.
The President.
Proposer, Dr. Yearsley.
Responder, The President (Dr. A. McCall ).
The Visitors.
Proposer, Dr. S. Watson Smith (Past President).
Sir St. Clair Thomson, K.C.B.
Responders General J. Charteris , M.P., C.M.G., D.S.O.
Auld Lang Syne.
God Save the King.
During the evening Songs and Recitations will be given by Madame ADA DAVIS.
Mrs. J. E. GUILLAUME.
Miss ELMINA STEEL .
Dr. A. McCALL.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Burns.
Unknown: Dr. A. McCall
Unknown: R. Sinclair
Unknown: T. G. Gillespie
Unknown: Dr. A. McCall
Unknown: Dr. S. Watson Smith
Unknown: General J. Charteris
Unknown: Madame Ada Davis.
Unknown: Mrs. J. E. Guillaume.
Unknown: Elmina Steel
Unknown: Dr. A. McCall.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. HARRY E. HASLAM. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Harry E. Haslam.

: The Savoy Band

S.B. from London.








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