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R', Y\L CLARENCE THEATRE. "SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN." The "Ckddiers of the Queen" Company, which occupies the boards of the Clarence Theatre this week, present a play which is precisely what they claim ic to be, viz., a new and original up-to-date military and historical play. The .'riù11S scenes depict numerous in- cidents in the recent Matabele War, and is splendidly enacted by an exceptionally strong company, as played with great success at the Britannia Theatre, Loudon. The plot is specially interesting and original, interspersed with comical incidents ad lib., which are, for the greater part, supplied by Mr Billy Ste- phens, F.O.S. Ths talentea actor, Mr Maurice H. Hoffman takes the part of Jack Willoughby (captain of (Tic Cape Mounted Rifles), and is as before stated, supported by a splendid ccm- pany. "THE TRAIL OF THE SERPENT." Miss F. Marriott Watson returns next week with her specially-selected company in the marvellously thrilling drama, "The Trail of the Serpent" (by F. Marriott Watson). Several original songs and dances are introduced into the performance of one of the most sensational dramas on record. Mr George Whitby enacts the part of "Sir Gerald Kingston," and "Mr Leon Ainscliixc" as his son and heir. The company also includes Miss Rota Rossiyn as "Ethel Maynaru.

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