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TONDU v PENARTH A.

Penarth Liberal Association.

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Hen Pareezer at Andrews Hall.…

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Hen Pareezer at Andrews Hall. During the week Herr Pareezer with his magnifi- cent dirorama and Prussian Choir, has been giving a series of entertainments in Andrews7 Hall. These, however, have not met with the patronage they have deserved, the attendances being somewhat small. The first part of each evening has been devoted to vocal and instrumental music. Some of the young ladies possess very fine voices, and sing the pieces allotted to them with much taste and feeling, Sacred, sentimental and comic songa have been rendered, but none have been more popular than Rock of Ages," pictorially illustrated. This has been rendered nightly by special request, and though it may be repeated a hundred times none would grow weary of the song- or the view* s. Would that there were more such pieces included in the programme. The conjuring tricks were cleverly performed, and elicited hearty applause. Each night there has been shown a splendid variety of views of the principal places in various countries. On Thursday. Wales was illus- trated, and amongst the views placed upon the can- vas was that of the hotel at Pwlhelii, erected at a cost of about seven thousand pounds by Mr Soloman Andrews. This is a magnificent place, and has about 70 bedrooms. The executants of the harp, mandoline and violin solos deserve special commendation. To take the entertainments through and through they are thoroughly enjoyable and deserve hearty support. On Sunday afternoon, Herr Pareezer will give a sacred concert in Andrews' lesser hall, and on Sunday evening in the large hall.

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