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IIARROUE LIGHTS" AT TIIE GRAND THEATRE, CARDIFF. Tho popular Adolphi drama, The Harl>oiir Light- by Air. G. R. Sims, and the late Air. Henry Pettitt, was'again lJUt !>eforo Cardiff play-goers at the Grand on Monday evening. This time it is re- produced by a company organised hy Mr. Frank Bateman, a'n Australian actor of high reputation, who has just opened his tour 111 England, and who has j staged this drama on a superior scale. The company include- besides Air. Bateman a large number of British artistes of note, amongst others, Ifr. Conway Wingfield, who appean; a" Lieutenant Kingsley, Aliss MeCulIoch as Dora Vatie, Miss Ida Millais as Lina Nelson, AIR. W. S. Hardyas Alark Helstoue, Air. H. Mead as F. Moriand (Squire of Rwlcliffe),Mr. Arthur B. Murray as Nicholas Moriand. AJr. Erie Hammond as Captain Hardy, Mr. Adam ai Captain Nel-on. Mis- Ethel Gordon as Miv. Helstoue, Ac. Air. Bateman gives a splendid representation of Tom Do'siter, the eccentric- warm-hearted sailor. He has brought with him special!v-paiuted scenery and mountings, and has also introduced the cutla-s'dnll, so as to reproduce tho "Har!<o:)r Lights" as originally brought out at the Adelplii. 011 Monday evening Air. Bateman and his company received a most- cordial welcome from a large audience, who also wero loud 111 their praise of the magnificent stage settings. This fine drama will hold the buards of the Grand during the present week, and tho unusually powerful tepresentation of it. JW given by the Bate- man Company, is ecrtainly worth seeing.

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