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Hollis Street Theatre.

Erminie.

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At the Hollis Street theatre last evening the ever popular and tuneful "Erminie" was presented by the Aron son Comic Opera company. With such popular favorites as Pauline Hall, Georgie Dennin, James T. Powers, Edwin Stevens, and J. E. Brand in the cast the opera was certain to be satisfactorily presented, and the large and fence had evidently assembled with the expectation of being pleased. The work of the principals and the chorus was very favorably received, and encores were frequent. Pautine Hall was a pleasing Erminie, and Georgie Dennin repeated the success she achieved in the earlier part of the company's engagement. Powers and Stevens, as the two thieves, furnished the amusement of the evening in a very successful manner. The opera will be presented the rest of this week.

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