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——————————— a IT AMUSEMENTS. T 0 N I G H T Harry Day presents an Entirely New and Revised Edition of the Successful Hcvue- EXCUSE ME! 1 Extraordinary Strong Cast, i-ncIludTing— i Jimmie Leslie, Reg. Bolton, Fred Hastings, John Doran, Kitty Barlow, Reg. Fenton, Hilda Kirkby, Alfred Terris, Sisters Reeve and Lottie Stone's Troupe of Dancers. Latest News and War Films. FRANK POWELL, | Character Patter Comedian. THORPE & COE, Presenting a New and Original Playlet. HILL, CHERRY & HILL, American Comiquos in Grotesque Oddities. GRAND THEATRE SWANSEA. MONDAY, JULY 10th, 1916, Six Nights at 7.30. Important Engagement of Herbert Shelley and his Specially Selected Company, in A MILL GIRL'S WEDDING NEXT WEEK. T. C. Dagnall presents MISS EVELYN ORMONDE (the Original Buuty) as Ncrah Marsh in Miss Irene Van brugh's puH- in the GREAT CANADIAN PLAY, THE LAND OF PROMISE. Book Now. THE PICTuprtE H 0 U 3 High Street. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 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