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by Dr. MANNING
BISHOP OF NEW YORK
Relayed from York Minster
Dyson in D (S.B. from Leeds)
Hymn, No. 554, 'Mine eyes have seen the glory' FOR all the resemblance that there is between the new city and the old, New York might almost as well have kept its original name of New Amsterdam. But, there is still a powerful bond of sentiment between the city of York and its gigantic gcdchild, and it is fittingly represented by the presence m the pulpit of York Minster of Dr. Manning, who is himself a native of England.
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York Minster
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York Minster

GWLADYS NAISH (Soprano) ; ARTHUR CRANMER (Baritone); THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conductc d by STANFORD ROBINSON
4.15 'The Happy Prince,' by Oscar Wilde , read by CONSTANCE Collier
TN her long and distinguished stage career, Miss Constance Collier has played parts ranging from tho suprnue tragedy of Lady Mac-beth to tho high comedy of the Duchcss in Our Belters. Not tho least of her attributes as an actress is her beautiful voice, which, of course, is also one of tho reasons for her success as a broadcaster.

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Soprano:
Gwladys Naish
Soprano:
Arthur Cranmer
Unknown:
Stanford Robinson
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Oscar Wilde
Read By:
Constance Collier

DR. BRYAN- BROWN, who went out to China in 1913. was since the war in charge of the construction and working of the Mosse Memorial Hospital at Ta Tungfu, in North China. Here, not long ago, he and * See special announcement on page 2 regarding the new system of gating stations. his family were besieged for nearly three months and his wife and children had to escape hy being let down in sacks from the walls, but he himself stayed at his post until the city was relieved.
A SPECIAL RELIGIOUS SERVICE
Relayed from Westminster Abbey

ONLY recently a fund was raised to prevent the actual fabric of the historic Abbey from decay. That end has now been attained, but the Abbey is still gravely handicapped by the inadequacy of its revenue in particular in making available to the public the many treasures that it contains. The present appeal is designed to do something to remedy the state of affairs by which the Abbey authorities have to carry on today with the same endowments that they had a hundred years ago.
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