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Palace Porth. Mr. H. Armitage introduces Campbell Goldsmid in Mr. Vincent Brown's master- piece, "The Greater Love," at the Palace this week. The caste is an exceedingly fine and powerful one. The drama is founded on the Biblical text, Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friend." It con- tains a deep moral lesson on self-sacrifice, and performed with such brilliant artistes. is well calculated to drive home that lesson into the minds of the audience. Mr. Campbell Goldsmid is a fine exponent of the art- of elocution, and takes the part of "Paul Penfold" with great energy and vigour. Miss Ethel Russell is also a clever young lady with exceptional talent, and presents Sarah Higgs" with faithfulness, and deserves the ap- plause accorded her. Mr. Stanley Bedwell as Jack May" is also very good. Miss Marion Fawcett and Miss Francesca Stricland as Mrs. May and her daugh- ter, Mary," respectively, are charming. Mr. Dennis Bryan as Andrew Isted," and Mr. Algernon J. Hicks as the Rev. Arthur Warren," display talent above the ordinary. Messrs. Wentworth Lawson and Albert Campbell as Constable Drayton" and "Ned Stubbs," are. also good. The drama from beginning to end is full of passion and interest, and keeps the attention of the audience throughout the whole performance. The play deserves the highest approbation of the audience, and the company its heartiest congratu- lations. Patrons of the Palace next week will have the opportunity of witnessing the successful military drama, The Power of the King." This brilliant piece will be presented by Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Kimberley's No. 1 Company. The. story bristles with exciting situations, and interest is maintained at a high pitch from the first scene until the curtain finally drops. The plot deals with mili- tary life and Court intrigues. It tells of a young officer being forced against his will to marry a wicked woman. Of how she plots her Msband's ruin and down- fall, in spite of her great love for him. It also tells of a good and noble King, whose last dying words breathe a prayer to save his people from destruction. The Power of the King is from the pen of Mrs. F. G. Kimberley, and is the finest play ever written by this talented authoress. The company engaged is a strong one, and includes several well- known artistes.

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