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THE RINKS.

The matinee performance given by the Kingslcy Brothers at the Palace Rink this afternoon was well attended, and the exhibition of trick bicycling, single and double, by these clever performers was loudly applauded. This evening the Kingleys appear in an entire change of programme, when several bicycling novelties will form part of their exhibition. Two performances will be given during the evening, the price of admission being as usual. At the City flail Rink this evening Miss Mabel Sylvester makes her final appearance, the special feature of the evening being her ' Fire' and ' Masherette' acts. Next Thursday and Friday evenings a masquerade carnival will be held, a march of masked skaters taking place at 8.45.

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THE RINKS., Issue 7946, 29 June 1889

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THE RINKS. Issue 7946, 29 June 1889

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