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: Carols

from St. Ann's Cathedral,

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

A Military Band Programme
The Band of His Majesty's Cold-stream Guards, conducted by Lt. J. C. Windram : Marche herosque de Szabady (Massenet). Soloist's Delight (Godfrey)
The Band of His Majesty's Grenadier
Guards, conducted by Major George Miller : Ballet, Sylvia (Delibes)—I. Valse lente. 2. Pizzicato. 3. Barcarolle. 4. March
The Band of His Majesty's Cold-stream Guards, conducted by Lt. J. C, Windram : Selection, The Mikado (Sullivan)
The Band of His Majesty's Grenadier Guards, conducted by Major George Miller : March, King Cotton (Sousa)


Conducted By: Lt. J. C. Windram
Conducted By: Major George Miller
Unknown: I. Valse
Unknown: George Miller


(Presbyterian) from Fisherwick Church, Belfast
Organ Voluntary
6.45 Order of Service
Scripture Sentences
Hymn, Love came down at Christmas
(Rv.C.H. 52)
Paraphrase 39, tune 137 Reading Prayer
Hymn, Angels from the realms of glory
(Rv.CH. 65)
Anthem, I heard the bells on Christmas
Day (Fairbairn Barnes)
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, As with gladness men of old
(Rv.C.H. 63)
Address by the Right
Rev. F. W. S. O'NEILL , D.D., Moderator of the General Assembly
Hymn, Brightest and best (tune 3)
Organist, T. S. Forster


Unknown: Rev. F. W. S. O'Neill
Organist: T. S. Forster


An Appeal on behalf of THE CITY CRIPPLES' CHRISTMAS TREAT, by ARCHIBALD IRWIN, General Secretary, Cripples' Institute
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to William Fulton , Esq., Hon. Treasurer, [address removed]


Unknown: Archibald Irwin
Unknown: William Fulton


including Weather Forecast

: The BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra



Conducted By: Peter Montgomery
Tenor: Frank Titterton

: Reading

The Gospel according to St. Matthew,
Chapter 2

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