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: THE MUNICIPAL MILITARY BAND

Conductor, W. M. PEARCE.
Relayed from the Pier.

Contributors

Conductor: W. M. Pearce.

: " Mr. Pratt Laughs First

" by Margaret Sanders.

: " MEMORIES." A Song Scena.

Founded on the Song Cycle
"THE LITTLE WHITE
HOUSE."
By
Claude Arundale.
Dialogue Written by Patience Raymond.
Songs by KATE WINTER (Soprano).
Picture the Grandfather and Grandson wandering down a country lane, which leads to "The Little White House " in which the old man spent so many years of happy married life.
As each fresh scene comes into view " Memories " return, which the Grandfather explains to his Grandson.
Characters :
Grandfather
WILFRED J. KTRKPATRTCK
The Boy .. ERIC RAYMOND
Songs :
"The Old Flagged Path." "The Lavender Room." "The Smoking Room." "The Parlour."
"The Old Kitchen."
"The Night Nursery." The Still-Room."
NORA BRADBURY at the Piano.

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Arundale.
Songs By: Kate Winter
Unknown: Wilfred J. Ktrkpatrtck
Unknown: Nora Bradbury

: CHAMBER CONCERT (6th

and Last of Spring Series). S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Fiction Series :
Mr. COSMO HAMILTON. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Cosmo Hamilton.








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