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:' More magic made at home, by W. S. Peacock. Another Red Indian yarn by Kakasoo. Songs by Alice Ash-more

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements)


in Original Humour at the Piano


A One-Act Comedy by EDWIN LEWIS
Being a further episode in the life of Sarah Brown A Telegram Boy
Scone : Sarah Brown 's kitchen. With her is her sister Margaret and the hour is approaching when Mr. Brown and his son will bo home from the day shift, and so preoccupied is Sarah's mind that the table is not laid. Dinner will be late—a most unusual thing for her, which proves how mighty are the matters engaging her mind. Margaret is nearing the end of a chapter on ideal love, silent men and shingled maidens, and wo are just in time to catch the last paragraph of ' Alicia's Romance.'


Comedy By: Edwin Lewis
Unknown: Sarah Brown
Unknown: Sarah Brown
Sarah'Brown (a Northern miner's wife): M Massard
Margaret Spikesley (her unmarried sister): Mary Dale
Bill Brown (Sarah's husband): Edwin Lewis
Herbert Brown (Sarah's son): Harold Buxton


in Original Skits and Sketches

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