Service at St. Paul's Cathedral.
An appropriately designed memorial tab- let to the late Alberto Zelman is to be unveiled at a special service in St Paul's Cathedral on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The tablet has been subscribed for by members of the Melbourne Sym- phony Orchestra and friends of the dead musician belonging to the Melbourne Savage Club. The orchestra, conducted by Mr. Fritz Hart, will play Schubert's Un- finished Sjmphony, and the Prelude to "Lohengrin" The Cathedral choir will sing motets by William Bird and Hubert Parry. Before the service the Cathedral organist (Dr A. E. Floyd) will play music appropriate to the occasion. Archbishop Head will perform the unveil ceremony and Dean Atkin will give an address. A large attendance is expected.