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: HARRY DYSON

(flure)
WALTER WORSLEY (horn)
EDWARD SELWYN (oboe)
HARRY DYSON AND WALTER WORSLEY

Contributors

Horn: Walter Worsley
Oboe: Edward Selwyn
Oboe: Harry Dyson
Oboe: Walter Worsley

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Presbyterian) from First Presbyterian Church.
Londonderry
Order of Service
Invocation
Psalm xlv, second version, verses 1-6
(Tune 8, Duke Street)
Prayer
Psalm xix, first version, verses 7-1
(Tune 93, St. Andrew)
Lesson
Hymn, There is a land of pure delight
(Rv.C.H. 592)
Prayer
Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (Rv.C.H. 12)
The Lord's Prayer
Anthem, 0 worship the Lord (T. Smith )
Address by the Rev. ROBERT CALDWELL '
Waterside Presbyterian Church' Londonderry
Hymn, Like a river glorious (Rv.C.H.
443)
Blessing
Organist, Blair Smith
Choirmaster, T. A. Stewart

Contributors

Unknown: T. Smith
Unknown: Rev. Robert Caldwell
Organist: Blair Smith
Choirmaster: T. A. Stewart

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE LORD MAYOR'S COAL FUND, by the Rev. WILLIAM CHESTNUTT
The Lord Mayor's Coal Fund was formed 83 years ago, when some of the citizens of Belfast approached the then Lord Mayor and asked him to inaugurate a fund to provide coal for needy cases in the City, and it has been continued every year since that time. Each succeeding Lord Mayor of Belfast has become Treasurer of the Fund, and the money is provided purely by voluntary subscriptions. The distribution of coal is carried out mainly through the churches, and is non-sectarian.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. William Chestnutt

: THE NEWS

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