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Some notes and observations on the outstanding agricultural events of the last two weeks


A Cornish Comedy by Bernard Walke
Scene 1. The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tregembo. Mrs. Tregembo and her widowed sister, Mrs. Josiah Tomlin from South Africa, are preparing to sit down to tea
Scene 2. The Church belfry at night.
Silas Tregembo and Kit Treverrow are stowing away kegs of brandy among the bells
Scene 3. The home of the Tregembos the following evening. Preparations are being made for their New Year's Eve party
Characters in order of appearance
Mrs. Tregembo
Mrs. Josiah Tomlin
Pollie Tregembo , a daughter
Silas, the husband of Mrs. Tregembo Kit Treverrow, a youth in love with Pollie Mr. Ernest Polsue , from St. Austell Joe Hoskin , a neighbour
Mr. Jones, a Custom House Officer Two girls from Trevabyn
Produced at St. Hilary by Bernard Walke
Broadcast directed by Filson Young


Unknown: Silas Tregembo
Unknown: Josiah Tomlin
Unknown: Pollie Tregembo
Unknown: Pollie Mr.
Unknown: Ernest Polsue
Unknown: Joe Hoskin
Directed By: Filson Young


Reginald Arkell
A personal commentary by a West Countryman in London on things and people he has observed during the last month


Unknown: Reginald Arkell

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