S.B. from London...
G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from London. Local News.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA :
Capt.- W. A. FEATHERSTONE.
MOLLIE ELISE DINKELDEIN (Soprano).
WYNNE FREEMANTLE (Contralto).
HAROLD STROUD (Tenor).
The first correct solution opened wins the Prize of three guineas.
Entries must reach the Bournemouth Station not later than the last post on Feb. 28th.
Cut out the above diagram and keep it until the night of the concert.
which will be followed by a song or an instrumental piece which will contain the Cross Puzzle Word. In the case of an instrumental piece, the Cross Word will be found in the Title. In the case of a song, the word will be slightly accentuated by the singer.
The Cross Word Competition will finish at
9.30. Those who are not interested in Cross Word Puzzles will derive pleasure from the songs and music which will be rendered in the usual concert manner.
The Announcer will read the clues in the order considered to be the most helpful towards the solution.
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