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'ROAD TO GDNDAGA'l.'
PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.
lo-mght and to-morrow night wijl fee the last two performances of the Austra lian comedy drama, 'The Road to Gun dagai.' This clever play has been re
reivca aunng tne weeic with much success. The. scenic settings, clever acting, and farcical comedy makes 'Tlie Road to Gun dagai' well worth. a visit. Guy Hastings^ as the sundowner (alias Bluegum Bill), shows his ability as en excellent character actor, and portrayed the part with much skill. Austin Milroy was again to the fore in the part of James Cranston, and adds much to the role. George Welch, in the part of Tom Daws, the rouse about, was responsible for the. comic side, and his: two songs were much appreciated. Winnie Edwards as Sylvia Mumford made the most of her opportunities, and Miss Eugenie Duggan did well, and the other members of the caste also added ma terially to the success of 'The Road, to Gundagai.' .