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: Norman Briggs

at the Organ of the Royal, Halifax.

Contributors

Organist: Norman Briggs

: A.R.P.

News in the North and Northern Bulletin for Farmers

: The Second News

including Weather Forecast

: Scots v. English

One more Border incident in which representatives of Scotland and England will contrast the lands of their fathers before an impartial audience in His Majesty's loyal and ancient town of Berwick-on-Tweed.
In the chair, His Worship the Mayor of Berwick (Councillor Philip Spowart)
Spokesman for Scotland, Ian MacPherson
Spokesman for England, Alan Thompson
from the Guildhall, Berwick-on-Tweed.

Contributors

Chairman: Councillor Philip Spowart Spokesman for Scotland: Ian MacPherson
Spokesman for England: Alan Thompson
The encounter arranged by: Alan Melville
The encounter arranged by: D. G. Bridson

: A Recital

William Waugh (bass)
Muriel Richardson (pianoforte)

Contributors

Bass: William Waugh
Pianoforte: Muriel Richardson

: Loreley

Act 2 of Catalani's opera.

: Late News Summary

including Weather Forecast
(to 0.00)








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