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."COUNTY TIMES" SHILLING!…

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THE YEOMANRY AT CHURCH.|

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MR F LANE-FOX OX SOU T H AFRICAN…

THE LATE REV. J. E. HILL.

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MACHYNLLETH NOTES.

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TREG-YNON.

CHURCHSTOKE,

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The pantomine of the season is Jack and the Beanstaltt at Drury Lane, where there is as usual a most magnificent show. Amongst the marvellous creations we see all kinds of vegetables walking about the stage, cats dancing on the tiles, and the Fairy-land scene which ends the first act is most sublime. All the theatres cater to the popular taste, and as our soldiers in South Africa are now engaging the attention of everyone a good section of the different types of our soldiers is represented with the popular Lord Roberts at their head, and what cannot be seen at any theatre out of London, about 20 or 30 Australian and Canadian Lancers troop past on little ponies. It is one of the most popular pantomines ever produced at Drury Lane.

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PREACHERS FOR TO-MORROW,

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