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KIXDXESS TO ANIMALS.—Nora Watt, aged 12, a pupil at St. Paul's Girls' School, has obtained the first prize offered by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for an essay on Kindness to Animals" This is the second time a girl from this school has obtained first prize, a circumstance upon which the head mistress, Miss Moulton, is to be congratulated. TWENTY MILLION'S FOR THEATRE TICKETS.—NO less a sum than £ 20,000,000 has been spent, savs the Daily Telegraph" correspondent at New York, by Americans for theatrical amusements during the season now closing. This according to a moderate estimate made by Mr Alfred Hayman. president of the syndicate which controls nearly one hundred of the most important theatres in the country. The feature of the season has been the very large number of average successes, but one piece, the "Sleeping Beauty and the Beast." has played to more money at the Broadway Theatre than any other attraction ever presented in this city. Its receipts have been at least ?1,000 a week more than those of "Ben Hur at the same house, and "Ben Hur's" success was regarded as phenomenal. "The Sleeping Beauty same house, and "Ben Hur's" success was regarded as phenomenal. "The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast" will have played, when it closes on Saturday night, for thirty weeks, and Ben Hur" was presented for only twenty-four weeks. Other attractions have been almost as successful, com- paratively speaking. Mrs. Carter, in "Du Barry," has played since Christmas to literally crowded houses. Sir Henry Irving, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Mr. Richard Mansfield, Mr. E. H. Sothern (in "If I were King ), Miss Maude Adams, Miss Julia Marlowe, Mrs. Fiske, Mr. Charles Hawtrey, and Miss Lulu Glaser, all had highly successful seasons.

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CHESTER INFIRMARY.

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