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  2. AMUSEMENTS. ROYAL—"THE SECOND IN COMMAND."

    The Theatre Royal was crowded by an shger audience, the curtain had risen, and everyone, was surutinising the sleeping form of a little fair-haired officer with a curly moustache. Who could it be? The ...

    Article : 1,647 words
  3. KIM.

    Of all teh boys hurrying back to St. Xavier's from Snkkur in the sands to Galle beneath the plams, none was so filled with virtue as Kimball O'Hara, jiggetting cown to Umballa behild ...

    Article : 2,196 words
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  5. ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS.

    The heads of the several departments and the shopwalkers connected with the Emporium, a branch of the business of Messrs. Authony Hordern adn Soas, Haymurker, held their first annual buting and ...

    Article : 1,083 words
  6. PALACE THEATRE.

    "In the Soun" was greeted by an excellent house on Saturday at the Palace Theatre. The last nights of the Hawtrey Comedy season are now announced, as the company leaves next week for Adelaide. ...

    Article : 77 words
  7. CRITERION THEATRE.

    The Criterion Theatre was crowded on Saturday. and "The Power and the Glory" provided, as usual, a whole series of fine tableaux in illustration of the action of the story, Mr. Holloway will make no ...

    Article : 43 words
  8. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    There was a great attendance at the Lyceum Theatre on Saturday evening, when the many sensational situations of "The Favourite" were warmly applauded. ...

    Article : 29 words
  9. THE TIVOLI.

    There was a full house at the Tivoli Theatre on Saturday to Witness the capital pogramme which has been Presented by Mr. Richard's company during the week Most of the ballad singers in the first part ...

    Article : 139 words
  10. THE EMPIRE.

    Both performances at the Empire Theatre on Saturday were well patronised. Mr. John Fuller's Empire Minstrel and Specialty Company presicted a very attenctive programme, every fiem of which was ...

    Article : 159 words
  11. M. JEAN GERARDY'S ARRIVAL.

    M. Jean Gerardy, the world-iamous cellist, arrived in Sydney on Saturday. The recond of his distinguished achievements in Europe and America is now familiar to every reder of the "Herald." ...

    Article : 726 words
  12. HER MAJESTY'S—"THE CASINO GIRL."

    Following so clescly open the britliant run of "Florodora," "The Cosine Girl," which was produced for the ferst time at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday evening, naturally came in for a ...

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  13. TOWN HALL CONCERT.

    Mr. Percy Bates continued his series of popular concerts at the Town Hall on Saturday night, when an attractive programme was submitted to a larga attendance. Miss Bertha Faning, who made her ...

    Article : 300 words
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