Norman Long sings 'The Barrows in the Walworth Road'.
Brief introduction to Norman Long's act is done by an unidentified man wearing roller-skates with a cushion tied to his bottom. He makes a joke about slow-motion, saying he told a girl a story and it was three hours before she smacked his face - "There's slow motion for you!"
London (probably Pathe Studio).
M/S of Norman Long, sitting at a piano. He introduces a song called 'The Barrers in the Walworth Road', but first tells us 'a little cockney story' to get us in the mood. The story involves a London man who was asked if he'd had a good time after a visit to the country - he said there was two pound ten to collect on the empties.
He then goes into his song, sung in a cockney accent (a bit Dick Van Dyke) about all the things you can buy from the barrows in the Walworth Road. (Visuals cut out about 4 seconds before the end of the number; track continues.)
The unidentified link man reappears, wearing a hat with pom-poms attached and a kind of mandolin. He does a bit of silly patter then walks off.
Note: a Pathe website user has advised us that the "inidentified man" is in fact Leonard Henry.