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The Maister of Woodbarrow.

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Probably no engagement has been look forward to with more pleasure by the theatre-going public than that of Mr. E. H. Sothern, which begins tonight at the Hollis Street Theatre. Very few actors occupy the warm place in the hearts of the lovers of dramatic art that Mr. Sothern does; and it is not because his father was a great popular favorite before him, but because of his own sterling abilities and charming personality. He will be seen during the present engagement in a new play, "The Maister of Woodbarrow," by Jerome K. Jerome.

It is a strong comedy, dealing with English rural life, and affords Mr. Sothern better opportunities than anything in which he has been previously seen. There will be a special Christmas matinee on Thursday.

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