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: ERIC SMITH

at the Organ of the Granada
Cinema, Bedford

: THE MIDLAND FARMER

' Balancing Rations for Winter
Feeding'
W. A. Stewart
Many farmers throughout the Midlands are likely to be short of hay this season. Mr. Stewart will deal with ways of making the hay go as far as possible and describe the steps he is taking to use substitutes on the Institute's farms. He will deal also with the making-up of concentrated rations for stock, for use in the early part of the winter, taking into consideration the current prices of home-grown and purchased feeding stuffs. In addition, he will refer briefly to the main provisions of the New Pigs Marketing Scheme, and the prospects which the Scheme offers to farmer-pigkeepers.

Contributors

Unknown: A. Stewart

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' THE BELLE OF BOOPADOO'

A Burlesque in Rhyme
Book and lyrics by Moore Raymond , music by John Morley. Orchestrations by Carl Gilbert
Cast
The Midland Revue Chorus, the Midland Revue Orchestra, leader Norris Stanley , conductor Reginald
Burston
Production by Martyn C. Webster

Contributors

Unknown: Moore Raymond
Music By: John Morley.
Unknown: Carl Gilbert
Conductor: Norris Stanley
Production By: Martyn C. Webster
Plantagenet McFortesque, an explorer: Helmar Fernback
Umbopo, King of Boopadoo: Alfred Butler
His Three Wives: Doris Nichols
His Three Wives: Joan Carter
His Three Wives: Rosemary Archer
Masie Smith, so pure, so sweet: Marjorie Westbury
Binks, a hat salesman: Hal Bryant
A Native of Boopadoo: Bryan Jones
The Story Tellers: Valerie Larg
The Story Tellers: John Morley

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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