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AUSTRALIAN "CTNQUEVALLI."

A novelty at picture 'entertainments will bo introduced at' His Majesty's on Friday and Saturday next in the person of Reggiardo,, the Australian " CinquevalhV It is explained that this is not a picture, but the man himself,' who will introduce most of the juggling feats of the world,'s great master. The London "Era" of-Janu-arys ,12 says: " The strange and startling entertainment, furnished by Reggiardo is watched with a mixture of astonishment and apprehension, yet it. is evident from the .ease with which , this accomplished .juggler performs his work that 'his! achievements'Gause him. no physical inconvenience, still less injury. When the watch is heard ticking in this gentleman's interior, and the electric light glows in'sifle his chest, the climax of. this extraordinary exhibition is complete and the plaudits are long and enthusiastic." The ancient art of . sword-swallowing is practised by the champion juggler who offers a reward of £100 to any person discovering the secret springs that cause the swords to double up. These swords will be ' handed round for examination.

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AUSTRALIAN "CTNQUEVALLI.", Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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AUSTRALIAN "CTNQUEVALLI." Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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