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* The Girl who Lost her Character'…


The Girl who Lost her Character' at the Theatre Royal, Tonypandy. "What an awful indictment! However, the Girl has filled the house, for there has been but few, if any, seats vacant at this week's performances of this remark- able play, and most certainly the play is well worthy of all support, for, as in most of Mr. Melville's plays, there is a moral lesson driven home with greater force than the pulpit has hitherto dared to enforce. The scenery is a revelation and realism brought to perfection. The break-up scene must rend the hearts of careful housewives when Molly Vernon wrecks her betrayer's home. The acting throughout is most vigorous and wins well-deserved applause. None can fail to enjoy this exciting drama. The principal characters, Captain Cavers- barn" (Mr. R: Ferris). "Molly" (Miss Doris Brooke), Rev.R. Everton" (Mr. E, McLean), "Marion Franklin" (Miss Lydia Mannington), Rose Seymour" (Miss Cherie Veretie), "Jack England (Mr. C. W. Standing), are well supported by the remainder of the company, Dick Punch" (Mr; George H. Asqum) and Isabella Jones" (Miss Mamie Thorpe) introducing plenty of fun. Next week, a sporting drama, entitled Bound to Win," will hold the boards.

" Pirates of Penzance."

Palace, Porth.


Opera House, Treherbert.

Cardiff Empire.



Miss Hook of Holland.


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Death of Mrs. Mary Collier,…


- The Doctor's Ouestion.