The Sheffield Station invites you to join in a Musical Evening. Several well-known Sheffield Artists are coming, and we can confidently promise you a really good time. ALLEN MORTON and his Violoncello will be present. HARRY SKERRITT will endeavour to sing a few well-known Songs and. in conjunction with DORIS COWEN, will sing duets. The twins DORIS COWEN and DORIS HITCHENER will oblige with some Old Favourites, and may be persuaded to sing some Quartets with HARRY SKERRITT and ERNEST PLATTS.
GEORGE LISTER, of Leeds, will provide the Humour, and ETHEL COOK will do all that is necessary with the Piano.
A strange voice will be heard during the evening, but our friends are strongly advised not to regard this as part of the evening's entertainment.
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