YE OLDE ENGLYSHE FAYRE.
The opening night of the Olde Englishe Fayre at Fremantle was an unqualified success. The audience was a large one, numbering about 2,000. An excellent pro- gramme was provided and met with the greatest appreciation at the hands of the patrons of the Fayre. Miss Emmie Smith and Mr Harry Fitzmaurice were in special
demand. The acrobatic feats of the Bau-
vard family were excellent and the coster songs of Mr Pat Melton received a large number of encores. Owing to the unfor- tunate accident to Mr. Ted Bauvard his part was taken by Mr. Joe Cowan. The exhibition given by Messrs. Wal., Syd. and Bert Bauvard on the treble trapeze was of
a sensational character and called forth unstinted applause from the spectators Mr. Tom Williams acted as music conduc-
tor and Mr. Harry Fitzmaurice as stage manager. The setting of the stage was of a pleasing character, the scenery provided being decidedly artistic. The electric light furnished for the occasion was the first installation in the town and worked satis- factorily.