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THE PROVOCATIVE: GOLF BALL.

LLANDUDNO AS IT WAS,

MR. AND MRS. ANDRE AT LLANDUDNO

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MR. AND MRS. ANDRE AT LLANDUDNO A SERIES OF MARVELLOUS PERFORMANCES. We stated in last Saturday's "Adver- tiser" the public might anticipate a series of mysterious performances when Mr and Mrs Victor Andre and their company ful- filled their engagement, at the Town Hall, Llandudno, each evening during the present week, and the large, audiences are unanimously agreed, after witnessing the performances, that "mysterious," "clever" and "marvellous" are simply the correct terms to describe the remarkable thought transmission gifts displayed by Mrs Andre. The programme is of a most varied character, in which Mr Andre gives a number of conjuring tricks', and a, display of ventriloquism, introduciing waltzing and singing, which receive- the unatintedj applause they deserve, the dummies utilised being exceedingly well got up. The Misses Lynton added considerably to the pleasure of the evening by their musical items, especially that in which the harp, violin and mandoline assist their vocal efforts. As society entertainers, the McGregors proved very acceptable, and the audience were highly delighted with the charming rendering of Loch Lomond and other songs by Mrs McGregor, who is the possessor of a sweet contralto voice of considerable power. But undoubtedly the "Dream Visions" of Mrs Andre are the most interesting items of a remarkable programme. The audjience are invited to write a question, or even more than one, they wish answer- ed, on a piece of paper, concentrate their mind on the question,—if! this is done there is no necessity to commit the ques- tion to :p,aper,-and the answer is given by Madame Andre, who is in a. semi- comatose state. Questions have followed in great numbers from members of the audience in all parts of the hall, the questioners being wEW-known local men and women, and the answers have simply been marvellous in their absolute correct- ness as proved by the paper containing the query being handed in and read aloud after the answer has been given, which, when added to the accurate description of clothing and jewellery worn by the 9 1 people concerned, have astounded all present, particularly when it is explained the Mrs Andre cannot possibly have pre- viously seen the things described. The questions ranged from the loss of trtinkets to the date of weddings, so- journs abroad, and the sex of a child yet unborn, the persons concerned being amazeid at the correctness of the answers, especially when she described and named the countries in which relations and friends they were thinking of resided. Mr Andre claimed that several weeks ago Mrs Andre gave in almost the identical words the terms of Lord Lansdowne's amendment before it became known to the public. Naturally political matters occupied the thoughts of many of the men in the audience and several questions were asked as to what would be the re- sult of the forthcoming- General Election, which it, was stated, Mrs Andre predicted at Manchester, six montihs ago, would be in January, 1910. The answer was given that it, would result in a Conservative victory.

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