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"CHARLEY'S AUNT" AT THE CARDIFF THEATRE ROYAL. The pantomime season at the Theatre Royal, Cardiff, has been followed by the return of Charley's Ami- ono of the most amusing pieces which have been written in recent years. The company is very much the same as that which first visited tho town, and, if it were possible, it has improved in theintcrval. Crowded houses are the ordor, and the comic situations simply draw roaw of laughter, even from the occu- pants of the dress circle. Mr. Stanley, as the spurious auut, is more funny than ever, and Mr. Sydnev Cosby and Mr. Lausjdon Bruce could scarcely be more perfect in their representation of the love-stricken collegians. The ladies, all of whom are favourites of Cardiff audiences, enter into tho spirit of the piece with a natural conception of their separate partp, and with cnarming dresses and excellent scenery, Charley s Aunt seems to bo more popular than on its first ^isit to Cardiff. Those visiting Cardiff should go and see where tho nuts come from." [2858 go and see where the nuts come from." [2858

THE STARVING rooit OFMERTHYR.

I MERTHYR COUNCIL.

MR DAN DAVIES. i

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KNOT HICKORY.

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