Salem Welsh Congregational Church,
Portmadoc, North Wales
Order of Service
Hymn 535, Arglwydd, dyro yr eneiniad
Scripture Reading, Psalm xxvii
Hymn 441, Pwy sy'n dwyn y Brenin adref? (Tune, Blaenycoed)
Children's Hymn 180, Henley (Caniedydd Newydd yr Ysgol Sul)
Hymn 537, 0 Ilefara, addfwyn lesu
(Tune, Mount of Olives)
Sermon by the Rev. W. J. NICHOLSON
Hymn 925, Ar y mynydd gyda'sr Jesu
Organist, JOHN LEWIS JONES
Hymns and Tunes from Caniedydd
Rev. W. J.
by VLADIMIR CERNKOFF
Beethoven's Opera Fidelio
The B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter : Overture
Friedrich Schorr (bass-baritone):
Pizzaro's Aria, Ha, welch ein Augenblick (Ah ! what a moment)
Frieda Leider (soprano) : Abscheulicher (Thou monstrous fiend)
Berger, Gottlieb, Domgraf-Fassbaender, Wittrisch, with the Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Fritz Zweig : Quartet, Mir ist so Wunderbar (He doth to me incline)
The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, conducted by Willerh Mengelberg : Overture, Leonore, No. 3
Gottlieb, Ludwig, Grossman, Domgraf-Fassbaender : Quartet, Er Sterbe doch er soil erst wissen (Thou shah die)
Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD
The Great Banquet, according to St. Luke
The AU-Day Hymn (S.P. 545)
Soldiers of the Cross, arise (S.P. 642)
Carol, Sans Day Carol (Oxford Book of Carols, 35)
Doxology, Surely thy sweet and wondrous love (S. P. 653, v. 5)
By GIPSY SMITH
Sidney Griller (violin); Jack O'Brien (violin); Philip Burton (viola);
Colin Hampton (violoncello)
SOFFI SCHONNING (soprano)
EDA KERSEY (violin)
REGINALD PAUL (pianoforte)
Once again four of the Empire's workers are to show the Empire at work, from their personal experience.
Life in an Indian State
This Empire worker lived for six years in Hyderabad, working in the Indian Civil Service. One night he might be attending a party given by an Indian prince in conditions of inconceivable opulence; next day—150 miles off-he would be overhauling the accounts of a native co-operative society, a third of whose members were sunk in debt beyond hope.
Tobacco in Nyasaland
This worker had to supervise the seed, sowing, cultivation, grading of the leaf.
A district as big as Hertfordshire, about 7,000 natives growing, tobacco. He will tell of the curing of tobacco over open wood fires. Striking camp, his porters natives. On the march, high grass depositing ticks in his arms and legs. Day after day-through most of the year.
District Officer in Malaya
This speaker will describe work in a district that has vast areas of dense forests, and a dozen rubber estates; the smallholders Malays, the labourers mostly Chinese. An infinite variety of work, from administration of justice to assisting at a major operation on an elephant.
Tea Planting in Ceylon
In Ceylon, as opposed to Assam, there are no seasons of cropping. Tea is plucked and manufactured all the year round. A Ceylon tea planter is to describe an average day's work. Checking accounts, magistrate to his coolies, going round the fields, inspecting the factories, attending the mail, visiting the estate hospital.
by MARGARET BALFOUR
ESTHER FISHER and CYRIL SCOTT
From The Studio
'Conducted by The Rev. Canon F. R. BARRY , D.S.O.
Order of Service
Hymn, The God of Love (S.P. 653) Prayer
Reading, St. Luke xv, 11-end
Hymn, My soul, there is a country
Sermon by the Rev. Canon F. R. BARRY , D.S.O.
Hymn, Praise to the Lord the Almighty
Rev. Canon F. R.
Rev. Canon F. R.
An Appeal on behalf of THE LONDON HOMOEOPATHIC Hos
By PHILIP GUEDALLA
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed].
An Appeal on behalf of THE SUSSEX EYE HOSPITAL
By LEONARD NEVILLE
In commemoration of the centenary of the Sussex Eye Hospital three years ago, it was decided to build a new one adequate to the needs of the county it serves. The old building has only two wards-a men's and a women's.
It has no lift, no ward for septic cases, no children's ward, no proper accommodation for the nursing staff. In the new hospital, to be opened this year, all these necessary things are provided, and in addition, a paying ward for people who cannot afford nursing home fees.
This hospital is the only eye hospital in Sussex, and answers the call of visitors to Brighton and Hove from all parts of the country. Every effort has been made to pay off the debt on the new building before it is opened ; large sums have been contributed, but there is still needed a further sum of £7,000.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
Leader, MONTAGUE BREARLEY
with WEBSTER BOOTH
(All arrangements by Fred Hartley )
(For details, see page 42)