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SWANSEA EMPIRE. "Splenfiid" was the unanimous verdict of the many who attended the TWO performances tit the Swansea Empire on Monday night. The programinc as carried out under the direction of Mr. Albert Mite-hell is varied, up -to-date, and in every way enjoyable, Tbe overture Yeomen o: tb-e Guard," performed by Mr. u. Hutett's band, serves LISA fit prelude to the excellent ti r IS that follow. The Sisters Weston arc vocalists of a superior order, and their dancing merits every encomium. Messrs, Barclay and Perkins manage by their character step dances and refined comedy to augment au old-established reputation, Japa and Japo are the most skilful and graceful performers on tbewires that we have seen for a iong while; some of their feats are ACTUALLY breath-taking. Rose Hamilton sings and dances her tuient IS only equaiied by her beauty AND the shapely curves of her iigure. Oaertner and HichardB: in the guise of clowns, give a selection of music the most raking pari, of which is undoubtedly THE melody which they shake out of bunches of small bells fastened to various sections of their anatomy. Kate Carney brings to her imper- sonation of the coster girl that touch of nature which makes the whole world kin". her CLEAR voice is heard to special ad- vantage in "A donkev-cart built for two, tho chorus of which is supplied in part by the audionce. BWANTEA^ old favourite, Charles Coilette. WiV in the best OZ form- He sang ,C Thu Happy-go-Lucky Brigade"—A dashing song with a rol'ioki. g chorus—AND The Thirteen Club"—intermixed with some of THE FUNKIEST patter Collette has ever mouthed. Mr Collette, we understand, is about to publish both these | songs. The first, if not the other also, would SUIT, the principal boy in apantomime down to the ground. JUutch Daly, ever fresh, jovial, I ami biimful of wit and botiho-nvmie, talked humour and piuyed his concertina until the ho.ISE FRTIRLY resounde ? with applause.

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