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The Silent Partner."The Silent Partner" elicited continuous laughter from a large house at the Hollis last evening, although it does not depend on refined or elevating wit for its success. The situations are starting and amusing, and the parts are fairly well acted.

Aunt Jack.The managers of the Tremont Theatre continue to present "Aunt Jack." The play seems to attract large houses who thoroughly enjoy themselves. The acting is up to the standard which the play requires. The play is fairly interesting, but extremely coarse in places. Agnes Booth, as usual, does well; the role is beneath her, however.

The Passing Regiment.The Passing Regiment" was very well given by the Museum Company last evening. Miss Sheridan was exceedingly good in her rather difficult part of the Russian heiress. Mr. Wilson was very good and Mr. Pitt made an excellent idiot. The cast on the whole is excellent and the play deserves large audiences.

Iolanthe.Gilbert and Sullivan's charming opera was played last night at the Globe before a large and enthusiastic house. Miss Marie Jansen filled the title role and was loudly applauded, although Miss Esther Pallison carried off the honors in the much more important part of Phyllis. Mr. George Lauri was exceedingly amusing as the "highly susceptible Chancellor" and Mr. J. C. Campbell made a very appropriate Stephen. The singing was excellent, the acting good and the scenery pretty. The satisfaction of the audience showed that Gilbert and Sullivan's old favorites have lost none of their popularity.

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