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Tremont Theatre.

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Rosina Vokes and her London company continued the presentation of their comedies at the Tremont theatre last evening. The comedietta "Crocodile Tears" introduced the evening's entertainment and the manner in which it was received proved that it had lost none of its brilliancy and movement. "My Milliner's Bill," an enjoyable comedy in one act, followed with Miss Vokes and Mr. Courtenay Thorpe in the cast. Miss Vokes rendered her part exceedingly well, while her singing and graceful dancing brought forth frequent applause. The last feature was "A Double Lesson," a short comedy which gave Miss Vokes abundant opportunity for displaying her remarkable gracefulness in national dances.

The same bill will be presented this evening. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, and Saturday matinee, "In Honor Bound," "My Milliner's Bill," and "A Pantomine Rehearsal." will appear.

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