With WILLIE ROUSE in the chair.
We shall hear
THE VETERAN VARIETY TRIO:
ARTHUR ROBERTS, The Veteran Comedian; LEO DRYDEN, Singing his celebrated song, "The Miner's Dream of Home"; and RAY WALLACE in Impersonations of Vesta Victoria, Harry Champion, Connie Ediss, Alfred Lester, Vesta Tilley, and Marie Lloyd.
MARIE SABERONNE. the Celebrated Bird-Mimic.
FRANK WOOD in Impressions of R.G. Knowles, Eugene Stratton, Gus Elen, Herbert Campbell, and Mark Sheridan.
A Gramophone Record made by that Great
Comedian, the late
DAN LENO, in his famous number, "The Huntsman."
THE ORCHESTRA in Selections of Old-Time Songs and God Save the King!
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