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: THE HARTON COLLIERY BAND

Conductor, GEORGE MATHER
JOSEPH L. GOTTLIEB (tenor)
(From Newcastle)

Contributors

Conductor: George Mather
Tenor: Joseph L. Gottlieb

: A Recital

ERNEST GREVES (violin)
FRIEDA HALL (pianoforte)

: 'Voices of the People'

or Harry Hopeful's Musical
'At Home' with THE STAITHES FISHERLADS CHOIR
THE KELD QUINTET
THE SWALEDALE CHOIR
THE BACON FAMILY CHOIR
. and JACK ARMSTRONG 'S NORTHUMBRIAN
PIPES
The programme arranged by D. G. BRIDSON and CRAWFORD McNAIR

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Armstrong
Arranged By: D. G. Bridson

: THE NORTHUMBRIAN SINGERS

Conductor, T. H. MEARis
(From Newcastle)

Contributors

Conductor: T. H. Mearis

: A ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICE

from St. Mary's, Lowe House,
St. Helens
Order of Service
Carillon Prelude of 47 bells, four hymn tunes and clock chimes ' Salve Regina'
Ave Maria (Abt), sung by the Choir
Jesus Psalter, 1st, 3rd, 8th and 9th petitions, separated by verses of the following hymns : Heart of Jesus (Notre Dame, 37), 0 purest of creatures (Crown of Jesus), I rise from dreams of time (Notre Dame, 17)
Prayers
Adoro te devote (Zulueta), sung by the Choir
Address by the Rev. Father REGINALD
RILEY, S.J.
Hymn, Jesus! My Lord, my God
(W.H. 72)
Organist, W. DENNETT
Carillonneur, DORA DENNETT

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Father Reginald
Organist: W. Dennett
Unknown: Dora Dennett

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE BRADFORD
DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION, by NORAH BLANEY
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Norah Blaney
Unknown: Miss Norah Blaney
Unknown: Horton Lane

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast








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