from York Minster
Order of Service
Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms liii, liv, lv
First lesson, Amos ii
Magnificat (Batten, in the Dorian
Second lesson, Galatians ii
Nunc Dimittis (Batten, in the Dorian
Anthem, Lo star-led chiefs (Crotch) Hvmn, God of mercy, God of grace
Conversations about Pets
2—'The Pup off colour'
A. J. Dixon
G. W. K. Savage
Having introduced ' The New Pup ' in the first of this series last week, the conversations now go a stage further, and listeners will hear how they can recognise the first symptoms that reveal that all is not well with the new pet. Even slight errors in general feeding and treatment may provoke that listlessness and disinclination for food and play that is a sure sign the pup is off colour. A. J. Dixon and G. W. K. Savage will no doubt have something to say about the right remedies.
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