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At a dinner recently given by the Vicomte de "Lovenjoul, in Brussels, Coquelin was asked how many parts he felt capable of playing at any moment without notice. He took a pencil and wrote out a list of the plays in which he felt prepared to assume the leading role; they numbered 53. M. de Louvenjoul then, at his request, sent to the library for the. printed copies.. When they were all laid on the table he challenged any of the guests to take any of the volumes and give him any cue. Several of them tried, and in every single instance the great actor was found to be letter perfect. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS — a clvcerin? cordial that restores mental vigor. For- Children's Hacking Cough, at night, WorrflK.' Gwit. PonndrmluK r-,.t. IJH o.ytl I,R.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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