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TheatreRoyal, Tonypandy.

Tivollf Pentre.

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Tivollf Pentre. Tivoli patrons this week proclaim Rosie Lloyd a great success. She ia a sister of the faimous Marie Lloyd, and possesses an excellent clear voice, whilst her enun- ciation and acting is all that can be desired. Rosie is the best comedienne we have heard since Daisy James. Maria Racko and her partner astound the audi- ence. It would be a difficult task to find a better lady exponent of strength and agility than Miss Racko. Velma and Adolph Cedrico are also smart as comedy artistes. The lady is fond of trick balancing, whilst her companion is evi- dently a lover of animals, and a lover of practical and theoretical jokes at other people's expense. A military drama, en- titled A Soldier's Dishonour," is pro- duced by W. W. Phillips and Company, with very good results. This drama is based upon a true incident of the Zulu campaign. The acting is good, and the scenery appropriate. The Raymond Trio give a very pleasant turn of music of high quality, played on various instru- ments. Arthur Stace- is very successful as an eccentric comedian and dancer. Other good turns are Vela, comedian and wire equilibrist; and Norah Stockelle, comedienne.

Opera House, Treherbert.

New Theatre, Cardiff.

Clarence Theatre, Pontypridd.

"The Merry Widow" at Treherkiert.

The Contest in Ward 2.

---CHECHES SIGNED BY THUMB-PRINTS.

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Palace, Porth.

Ward No. 1.

Blaenycwm.

MOST WONDERFUL OF LAKES.

ANTIQUITY OF LOTTERIES.

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