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Palace, Porth.


Palace, Porth. Topping the bill at the Palace this week is W. J. Churchill, the ever-successful comedian, as Uncle Willie in Faith, Hope, and Charity," the Suffragette," &c, Churchill's humour is quaint, and is responsible for uproarious laughter. Grace Langley, comedienne and dancer, is charming, and her performance thoroughly deserves the ulauditis, bestowed upon her. Texas Hattie, America's greatest tight-rope artiste, is an exceed- ingly clever little lady, who performs the difficult feat of turning a somersault on the rope whilst playing a violin. The Whittakers, in a clever comedy skit, Dick Whittington and His Cat," are particularly funny and evoke rounds of applause. The Tiger Lily, eccentric dancing acrobat, demands considerable attention. Her dancing is very versatile and delightfully graceful, while her whirling acrobatic feats are great. Frank Sylvo, comedy juggler, is certainly very quaint, and his absurdities are most amusing. Bert Danson is an up-to-date comedian. Good voice and songs well chosen secure him great appreciation. Chas. Banks, comedian, and his dog, Woof, a Marvel," though last, are not least, and come in for a share of appro- bation. The Palascope pictures are drama- tical and humorous.

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