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THE FLYING JORDANS.

The members of the Flying Jordans-Company have arrived in Dunedin after a long tour of New Zealand, and will open td-night in their tents, which will he erected on..the reclaimed land,-near the Exhibition site. The Jordans come Jo this City with a splendid reputation, some of the Northern contemporaries having claimed that they present the best show ever seen here._ The company is headed by the five Flying Jordans, aSrial artists of worldwide reputation; Miss Virginia Aragon, the famous wire-walker; Mario and Mario, horizontal bar experts; Olaf Schrader, champion trick bicycle rider of the world; Howard and St. Clair, in their amusing sketch entitled ‘ Walter Wellingtons Visit’; Little Thursday, the wonderful n sj e . r ’ I.) Clements, the English serio-comic; the Stanfields, the well-known merrymakers ; the ? u 3l3 ’^ rotesques > froln the European music balls; Olga Dare, the strongest woman on earth; Carson, the funny clown, and others. Lamont, who is styled “ the human arrow,” will make his sensational dive in front of the tents at 7.15 p.m. On Saturday afternoon there will be a special matinee for school children.

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THE FLYING JORDANS., Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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THE FLYING JORDANS. Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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