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: CYRIL MAUDE in the title-part of 'OLD BANNERMAN'

A West Indian Yarn
-by Eden Phillpotts with Edward Chapman as Captain Greenleaf
Characters
Production by Cyril Wood
The action of the play takes place before the days of wireless-in fact, sixty years ago, on board The Flying Fish, a little tramp steamer plying in the Antilles. The events occur on her voyage from a small island in the Northern Group to Kingston, Jamaica, and are spread over a space of three days. The play begins at noon, when The Flying Fish is about to sail.

Contributors

Unknown: Eden Phillpotts
Unknown: Edward Chapman
Unknown: Captain Greenleaf
Production By: Cyril Wood
Isaac Bannerman, an old Mulatto under sentence of death for murder: Cyril Maude
Dick Greenleaf, Captain of The Flying FishEdward Chapman Ned White, mate: Hedley Goodall
Billy Homes, cook: F. C. Lunt
Timothy Baxter, carpenter: Barry Kendall
James McBride, engineer: Gordon Boyd
Ben Caunter, seaman: Jack Train
Jacko, cabin boy: Barry Baker
Harbour Master: Ivor Maddox
Officer: Henry Morgan

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Roman Catholic) from St. Mary's-on-the-Quay,
Bristol
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Compline
Address by the Rev. FRANCIS DONOHOE , S.J.
Bone Pastor (Palestrina) 0 Salutaris (Palestrina) Tantum Ergo (Webbe) Adoremus (Plainsong)
Organist, Ernest E. March

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Francis Donohoe
Organist: Ernest E. March

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: PERSONAL CHOICE '

A programme of gramophone records
No. 16of the series
Selected and presented by Graham 0. Harris, Conductor of the Bristol
Royal Orpheus Glee Society

: 'PRIZES OF WAR'

Commander J. M. Scott , R.N.
When Commander Scott recently took up his appointment as King's Harbour Master, Plymouth, he came on a number of notebooks and diaries belonging to a predecessor. On examining these he discovered that they contained all details of arrivals and departures at the port of Plymouth during the Napoleonic wars, and included particulars of French men-of-war captured in naval engagements from 1796 to 1816. It is of these discoveries that he is going to speak tonight. It is interesting that the last insertion in this batch of notebooks was the significant one ' 25 April 1823-Comet, Steam Vessel. Arrived'.

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Scott








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