Mira Mabel' Sylvester's exhibitions of tricfc and fancy skating attracted large attendances to the City Ball Rink on Saturday afternoon and evening. Baring the evening; a special attraction- was provided in theshape o) a double exhibition, inclnding t&* " fice" and "masherette"acts, the latter of which was performed here for the first time. As on previous occasions, Hiss Sylvester's clever performances eEcited lead applause from those present, her evolutions in the one-wheel act being specially recognised. 'The Caversham Band were la attendance as usnal.
At the Palace Skating Rink on Saturday* afternoon and evening the Kingsley Brother* appeared in their sensational bicycling exhibition, the matine'e performance for children in the afternoon being extremely well attended. In the evening the brothers gave* as exhibition of doable bicycling, in which they introduced several novelties, ene of which Wa» the difficult feat of one standing on his head (Mr the saddle while the other treadled the machine with one foot Upon the conclusion of the exhibition, Mr Crockford announced that this evening Mr Fred Kingsley, on the bicycle, will race oneoi our fastest skaters a distance el two miles.
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THE RINKS., Evening Star, Issue 7947, 1 July 1889
THE RINKS. Evening Star, Issue 7947, 1 July 1889
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