"THE OOLAH."

Every seat in the Globe Theatre was taken last evening on the occasion of the initial performance of the "Oolah" by the comedian Francis Wilson and his company.

Mr. Wilson and his supporters have earned a high and well deserved re putation for their work in this comedy, Last night the stage effects were excellent and the costumes were especially effective and true to the scenes which they represented. The chorus was strong, as usual. The scars of the evening were of course Mr. Wilson himself who made some capital hits and played his part to perfection, and Marie Jansen whose fascinating manner took extremely well with the audience. The story of the "Oolah" itself is amusing and well worked up in every detail.