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BROADCASTING. ?

.FARMER'S SERVICE.'."

MIDDAY SESSION. *

12.55.-Tune In to the Studio Chime«.' ?

12.53.-Time «Ignal« from Farmer'« Matter Clock

(Sidney Obsenatory Tlrnel.

1.0.,-Stock Exchange Information, Weather Infor-

mation, "Sjduey Homing Herald'! nena and

cable «crvlcc, "Evening Ken«"., midday newt I «crvlce. ,

1.15.-Close Down. '

AFTERNOON TEA SESSION. 3 SO,-Tune in to the Studio Chime».

3.35.-Musical programme provided by Farmer'« Or-

chestra, and broadcast direct from Farmer'« Oak Liinreon Hall. Musical item« will be rendered at IntcrinR Trio, "Berceuse" (lljlnsky); Fox Trot, "Homesick" (Inlng Berlin); Suite, "Three Dream Dance«" (Coleridge-Tailor); Foi; Trot, "Evrjthing is K.O. lu K.V." (Whiting); Selec- tion, "Whirled into Happiness" (Stole); Fox Trot, "Chnrleton Cabin" (YY'ebcr) ; Melodie, "Chant Sana Parole«" (Tschalkowoky) ; Fox Trot, "Mturay Moon" (Stoneham); Morceau, "Dance Oliaracterlstlquc."

4.45.-Lato Weather Information, Stock Exchange

Information, "Etênlug Kew«" nott« «ervlce.

5.0. -Close Down.

EARLY EVENING -SESSION. 0.30.-Tune in to the Studio Chirac«.

6.33.-Children's Hour-To-night by courtesy of the

Trustees of the Australian Museum a nature story entitled "Billy the Penguin," will be in- cluded in tho Children's Hour. -It has been specially prepared by Mr. J. R., Kinghorn,

C.M.Z.S.

7.0. -Dalgety'« Market Report«. (wool, wheat,

»took), Fruit and Vegetable Market«, Closing Stock Exchange Information, "Evening Kew«"

new« and cable service. 7.15.-Oloso down.

NIGHT SESSION.

Musical Etcnlng by special arrangement with Beale and Company, Limited.

7.56.-Tune in to the Studio Chime«.

8 0. -Farmers' Trio, "Fanta«Ia Trio" (Jame« Brash) ;

Mr. George Veevers, Baritone Solo«, "Lolita," "Shipmates o' Minc;" Mr. Henri Staell, Violin Solos, "Berceuse" (Cesar Air), "Marurk«" (YVienlaskl); Misa Thelma Hartley, Contralto, "Sink, Red Sun," "Deep My Love;" Mr. John Iiobertson, ïenor, "I Heard You Singing," "MiiciiBliln;" Farmer'» Trio, "Lento" (Cham Inadc).

Intcrtal.

Miss Effie Williams (St. Quinton Downer's Studio), Pianoforte, "Walu In A'Flat," "Rhap- sodie No. 11.; Miss Dorothy Rudder, Soprano, "Micaela Aria" (Carmen), "Solveig's Song;" Mr. Horace Book, Elocutionist, Selected; Mis« Vida Stedman, "Y'o San," "A Summer Night;" Mr. Y'lctor M'Mahon, Flute Solo«, "Tourbillon" ("The Whirlwind"), "Barcarole" ("Tales of Hoff- mann"); Miss Dorothy Rudder and Mr. John Robertson, Duets, (a) "Letter Duet," (b) "Dear Love of Mine:" Mr. E. (3. Bell, Basso, "Tile Erl King," "Inttctus;'1 Farmer'» Trio, "Spanish Dance«" (Moskowski).

10 0. -National Anthem-Close Doun.

Hil» programme is «ubjoct to any variation that may be rendered necessary through unforeseen circumstances.

I'rogiamme for saturday.-Wentworth Cafe Dance

Orchestra.

Programme for Sunday.-At 7.80, Sacred and Secular Concert * e.

Programme for Monday.-Royal Life Saving Society

Concert from the Toitn Ball.

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Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation
Digitisation generously supported by

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