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AMUSEMENTS.

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AMUSEMENTS. Week's Fare at Theatres and Music Halls. THEATRE ROYAL. At the Theatre Royal this week will be produced the high-class drama "A Million of Money." The plot is well written, and the piece has met with enormous success wherever it has been played. The company is a good one, the scenic effects all that can be desired to render the various incidents as realistic as possible, and the audiences during the week should be in accord with the play itself—good. Several well-known names are included in the cast, and the various parts are admirably pourtrayed. Grand Theatre, Cardiff. The ever-popular drama Driven From Home." will be staged at the Grand Theatre this week. The piece is replete with thrilling incidents and situations, and no effort is spared to make the production as interesting as possible. The story is one I of considerable merit, which shows the hero suffers wrong for years, but is eventually found to be innocent, and the guilty one meets with just retribution. The company is a strong one, and the scenery excellent. New Theatre, Swansea. The houses this week at the Swansea New Theatre will, no doubt, be unusually large to witness the productions, by that popular actor Mr. Morton Powell and his talented company, of the thrillingly interesting drama, founded upon Zola"s i:'Assominoir "-D. T. Lost by Drink." Cardiff Empire. Large houses are sure to assemble at the Cardiff Empire this week to welcome an old favourite, Miss Alice Leamar, whe pays her first visit to Cardiff after a long tour in Aus- tralia and New Zeal anil. Another popular turn will be that of the Brothers Clayton and the Misses Wood and Willis. The brothers are so much alike, that it is with the greatest difficulty that one can be distinguished from the other. The McConnell family are smart vocalists, instrumentalists and dancers. Other turns will be those of Miss Maud Esmeralda, Mr. Fred Hanlan, Miss Emily Lyndale, a graceful dancer, J. P. Haynes and Miss Rose Lewis. Newport Empire. Patrons of the Newport Empire will miss a treat this week if they do not go to hear Mr. Eugene Stratton, the original "Whistling Coon," who has gained for himself the title of the Ethiopian Chevalier. George Robey contributes a number of comic songs which cause endless amusement, and the Sheridans in their original turn provide a fund of wit and humour. Other "turns" will be those of Allen M'Askell, the conjuror; Arthur Combes, the Sisters Hillborn, and the Sisters Hill, all well-known performers. Cardiff Panopticon. A sensation is provided at the Panopticon this week, in the engagement of the marvellous Jupiter, who has the reputation of being the greatest aerial gymnast in the world. The artist is a young lady who performs all kinds of thrilling feats in mid air, and travels on a pulley suspended by her teeth from one end of the building to the other. Another attraction is Devonos illusion, whereby a young lady is made to mysteriously disappear and re-appear. Mr. Tom Barger, the eminent entertainer, will also give songs and recitals. These are only a few of the many attractions at this popular place of amusement.

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