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"The Jail Bird."

r J'he attendance at \ha theatre on Wednesday night was far from satisfactory . No doubt the wot night had a lot to do with it. The ab'ovo drama was staged by the T.A. Dramatic Club in aid of the widow and orphans of the late Mr Carnahan. The company gate a capital interpretation, and were awarded hearty applause. In ..Misses .McCarthy and Cockroft the coin pant - have two young Indies who are rapidly coming to the front, while on Mr Wills a great deal of the principal work falls, ami he always manages to get through in a very creditable manner. Messrs F. 'Byrne, W. H. Stanton, T. McGrath, A. TJ. Fitzgerald; and C. Cockroft also took part, and it ran smoothly and well from start to finish.

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"The Jail Bird.", Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 17, 10 August 1907

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"The Jail Bird." Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 17, 10 August 1907

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