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Hello, Twins !
Wherein we shall not do things ' by halves '— but by twos. Among the contributors to this programme will be :
L. STANTON JEFFERIES and V. HELY-HUTCHINSON who will play upon the piano
HELEN ALSTON and KATE WINTER who will sing
S. OMEBODY and his PARTNER, who will give
' The Twin Duet'
ALAN HOWLAND and A. STUART HIBBERD will tell Cautionary Tales (in music)

SCHUBERT'S WINTERREISE
Sung by PARRY JONES (Tenor)
JM DORFE (In the Village). The village slumbers and dreams whilst the watch-dogs bark. In the morning dreams vanish. No matter : the dreamers have had their pleasures, and can dream of them again. Howl away, dogs ! No sleep and sweet dreams for the lonely wanderer. What use to linger among happy folk ? His dream is over.
Der stilrmische Morgen (The Stormy Morning).
He hails as a friend the winter storm, with its wild, disordered sky, torn by lightning, for in his heart rages ever a storm of grief.
Tauschung (Illusion). He follows an elusive light, that seems friendly, but misleads. A man sick at heart clasps any hope that promises a moment of cheer. Even an illusion is better than empty hopelessness.
Der Wegweiser (The Signpost). He asks himself why he leaves the highway and takes hidden by-paths. He need avoid no one. Signposts point to the lively towns, but he must take the lonely roads, ever seeking rest and finding none.

THIS evening in reaching the discussion of Indian religion and philosophy, Dr. Waterhouse arrives at the consideration of the religion of self-suppression. He instances the Vedic religion and Indian philosophy as expressing the ideal of the loss of Self in the All. He proceeds to an examination of the Vision of the Buddha; the religion without a soul; the suppression of desire, and the Great Plan of the absorption of the individual into the Infinite.

2LO London

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