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by Frederick Stone
Study in E minor, Op. 25, No. 5
Study in C sharp minor, Op. 25,
No. 7
Study in A flat, Op. 10, No. 10 Study in F minor, Op. 25, No. 2 Study in E flat, Op. 10, No. 11


Unknown: Frederick Stone


(Church of Ireland) from St. James's Parish Church,
Organ Voluntary
7.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Gracious father! hear our prayer (I.C.H. 578)
Confession, Lord's Prayer and Versicles
Psalm xciv
Lesson, Ephesians iv, 1-24 Magnificat
Creed and Collects
Anthem, 0 praise the Lord of heaven (Psalm 148) (Shera)
Hymn, God of mercy, God of grace
(I.C.H. 432)
Address by the Rev. Canon CHARLES
Dowse, St. John's, Monkstown
Hymn, Lord of our life, and God of our salvation (I.C.H. 425)
Organist, Jack McKeown


Unknown: Rev. Canon Charles
Organist: Jack McKeown


An appeal on behalf of THE ULSTER HOSPITAL FOR
CHILDREN AND WOMEN by W. CROFT , father of a patient, introduced by Captain J. Maynard Sinclair, M.P., President of the Hospital
Pneumonia followed by rheumatic fever was the complaint of a twelve-year-old Ulster boy. As a last resource he was taken to the Ulster
Hospital for Children and Women. A difficult operation was performed on him. For several days he was given oxygen every half hour. Slowly he was nursed back to health. The care and devotion of the medical and nursing staff made a profound impression on the boy's father. Tonight, the father comes to the microphone to appeal for funds for this hospital. No fashionable charity worker, he speaks with a full heart and from real knowledge. He will be introduced by Capt. J. Maynard Sinclair, M.P., formerly secretary and now president of the hospital.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be [address removed]


Unknown: W. Croft
Introduced By: Captain J. Maynard
Introduced By: Capt. J. Maynard


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