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: Fashion Talk. Jock Walker (Scottisli

Comedian). THE ROYAL BATH HOTEL DANCE ORCHESTRA.

: Boys' Brigade

Boys' Life Brigade, and Church Lads' Brigade Bulletins.

: Scholars' Half-Hour

"
William Paterson and the Foundation of the Bank. of. England," by Mr. G. Guest , B.A., J.P.

Contributors

Unknown: William Paterson
Unknown: Mr. G. Guest

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.Mr. R. KIRKPATRICK. S.B. from London. Local News.
"Wagner.".
NORA DELMARR (Soprano). HERBERT THORPE (Tenor).
HARRY BRINDLE (Bass).
REGINALD S. - MOUAT (Solo Violin).
THE " 6BM" CHORUS.
THE WIRELESS AUGMENTED
OCHESTRA :
Conducted byCapt; W. A. FEARTHERSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. R. Kirkpatrick.
Soprano: Nora Delmarr
Tenor: Herbert Thorpe
Bass: Harry Brindle
Unknown: W. A. Feartherstone

: Orchestra.

Overture, "The Flying Dutchman." Idyll, " An Album Leaf."

: Herbert Thorpe

Harry Brindle , Chorus
Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Brindle

: Orchestra.

Entry of the Gods into Valhalla."
Introduction,-Act III:." Tristan and Isolde."
; (Cor Anglais-R; G. SOMERS. )

Contributors

Unknown: G. Somers.

: Nora. Delmarr

Herbert Thorpe ,
Harry Brindle , Chorus, Orchestra.
Operatic Scena.
"LOHENGRIN.

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Thorpe
Unknown: Harry Brindle

: WEATHER FORECAST aud NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sir SIDNEY- LEE; • S:B. from London. Local News."

: Orchestra.

Festival March;" Hufdigtings."

: Nora- Delmarr

- Harry Brindlo , Chorus
... Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Brindlo








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