The New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Toscanini: Overture, The Barber of Seville (Rossini); Symphony No. 35, in D (The Haffner) (Mozart)—1. Allegro con spirito ; 2. Andante ; 3. Menuet ; 4. Finale : Presto
Woodville Road Church, Cardiff
Order of Service
Invocation and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Lord of all being throned afar
Lesson, Mark xii, 1-12 Prayers
Hymn, Break Thou the bread of life
Address by the Rev. W. ROWLAND JONES
Hymn, Crown Him with many crowns
Organist, DAVID WILLIAMS
Woodville Road Baptist Church was formed in 1881, and the present building was opened in 1887. The organist, David Williams , who has been blind from birth, is considered to be one of the finest organists in South Wales.
Rev. W. Rowland
An Appeal on behalf of THE TAUNTON AND SOMERSET HOSPITAL EXTENSION SCHEME, by Lt.-Co!.
Sir DENNIS F. BOLES , Bart., C.B.E.
The Taunton and Somerset Hospital is specially connected with Jubilees. A public meeting was held in Taunton in 1809, the fiftieth or Jubilee year of King George III , in order to start an appeal to provide hospital accommodation for West Somerset. The appeal was successful and a hospital with accommodation for twenty-six beds was opened. In 1887, the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, a Nursing Institute and Out-patients' Department were added. Although from time to time the accommodation of the hospital has been increased, this year's Jubilee sees the-need for many extensions and improvements. The hospital addresses a special plea to motorists, for the pressure on the wards is largely due to motor casualties which prevent or delay the admission of patients from the neighbourhood.
Sir Dennis F. Boles represented
Somerset constituencies from 1911 until
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Sir Dennis F.
Sir Dennis F.
G. L. W.
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