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HUGARD AND CHING SUNGLOO

j Unpaid and Ching T,'"i. said to he the world's weirdest wi/ards. and their band of selected trained assistants and vaudeville, performeis. v ii! open at His Majesty's Theatre on Saturday, presenting a. "east of m:n;ii-. hi< hiding many novel and sensation.-! illusion.-. foremost of which is the astounding leaf of cat'hing the rifle Hullets fired by memoes s <".f the audience.. This art has created a sensation where presented, but this i« not the only brilliant performance of Hugard. whose sleight-of-hand work is also sa.id t«> be simply miraculous. Then (here is the Chinese art of Cbing Hung Loo, who for ! 40 minutes, during which not a word is spoken, will hold an audience spellbound. , Miss Knin«.;ton will introduce musical items on the silver spinning discs, the "' chimes, and xylophones; Mr Allen will 1 supply comedy, likewise the Two Frank- ' lins. who present a, bright and suappy * sketch; ChvalJi ai:d his dog "Sport" ' juggle and balance various articles, and .Miss Hare is the. company's Sfirio. The ] box plan is: at tho Dresden, and tho 'day ' sales are at Mr Jacobs's shop. Hugard ' and his company have iust concluded a - highly successful tour o: the Australian ' dues, also playing to enthusiastic audi- } pnecs in Christchurch during Show Week. The programme is well supplied with ' amusing numbers.

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HUGARD AND CHING SUNGLOO, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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HUGARD AND CHING SUNGLOO Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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