Punch — 82.1882

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January 28, X

PUNCH, OP THE LONDON CHAEIYARI.

37

OUR RECREATIONS ; OR, HOW WE ADVERTISE NOW.

(For ficrther Specimens, see Daily Fapers.)

HEATRE ROYAL WALHALLA.

EVERY” EYENING

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pHRIGHTENING SUCCESS.

RODUCED BYNOUTHENWOLKUP.

OCK ROBIN
J AT 5.

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The effects of more than

FIFTEEN first-elass Pantomimes.

The long-est thino ever done

AT THE WALHALLA._

DAY BEFORE YES-

B

EG-INS THE
TERDAY.

jV^EYER ENDS AT ALL.

B

N

OWS ON ROVVS OF RESERVED

SEATS SOUND ASLEEP._

0 WAKING ANYBODY.

N

0 GETTING THEM OUT.

PROSTRATING SUCCESS.—In conse-
quence of the sheer impossibility of
stirring, for the first time in the annals of
the Walhalla, twenty-seven performances
have been given in one week to the same
Audience.

UNPARI.IAM KNTARY LANGUAGE
IN THE UPPER CIRCLE.
IGHTHEADEDNESS IN FAMILY

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BOXES to hold eight._

j^RENZY IN THE SLIPS.

/N URSES, NOT LOUD, BUT DEEP,
vV OUTSIDE under the Portico.

THE THEATRE TAKEN B Y
ASSAULT.

I) E A L P 0 LICE M E N T 0 RN T 0
t PIECES.

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HE PRESS HORSE W HIPPED.

P

EOPLE ON THE FREE-LIST
LYNCHED in the Lobbies.

'N CONSEQUENCE OF

rjAHE HORRIBLE SUCCESS OF

QOCK ROBIN,

HR. H. FIELD-MARSHAL THE
. DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE per-
sonally complimented Mr. Nouthen
Wolkijp on having contrived,_ on the prin-
cipal Staircase, a most realistic, vivid, and
truthful Picture of Modern Warfare, re-
minding him forcibly of the battle of
Inkermann; and stated that, although, from
report, he had heard how wonderfully
realistic was the representation, he had no
idea, until quite unexpectedly involved in
an awkward struggle for his opera-hat
and life, that it was so eminentiy disagree-
able.

/AOCK ROBIN. — A Colonial Arch-
VV hishop; who has threatened proceed-
ings “ if his name is again put on to
Six-Foot Posters,” writes : “ Chaste !

heautiful! thrilling ! It is almost as good
as one of my own after-dinner Sermons;
and I only wish the whole of the rising
generation could get in gratis to the Upper
Boxes. Believe me, I should be glad, if
there were nothing whatever to pay, to
make one of them.”

R

OYAL SANITARY.

r]HHE IIOUSE FOR INYALIDS.

ELECTRIC SHOCKS. —The Manage-
ment, anxious to keep pace with the
march of modern improvement, and having
laid all over every portion of their au-
ditorium a complete network of highly
charged wires, trust that, as every seat is
now supplied with one of Byng’s Patent
Spinal Galvanisers, they may be regarded
as having considered the health as well as
the comfort of their audience.

ROYAL SANITARY.—Special atten-
tion is directed to the costly Cali-
sthenic Apparatus attached to the ceiling of
the airy and capacious Gallery. Lots of
room. Freedom and privacy ensured. _

I)OYAL SANITARY.—The expensive
V and elegant Upholstery, which is
provided with superior flock stulfing, and
has been supplied by a leading Edgware
Road House, will be 'found carefully aired.
The back legs of the Chairs by Burling-
ham & Co.

T3 0YAL SANITARY.—No fees for bath
Li attendants. No charge for fire-
escapes. An Undertaker on each tier.
Shortest way into the Thames over the
Embankment.

ROYAL SANITARY.—A daily paper
says :—“A herd of wild buffaloes
suddenly let loose among the cautious
audience assembled to enjoy Messrs. Styptig
and Seraphin’s wonderfui Sedative, might
empty the theatre for a month or two, hut
would not affect its sanitary advautages.”
OLYGON THEATRE.—A Sciirrilous
Tragedy. _ _

P

POLYGON ~ THEAT RE.—Howls of
anguish. Hair torn out in handfuls.
Hysterics in every part of the house. Come
early, with sal volatile.

I) OYAL DlMlTY THEATRE —
V Astounding Attraction. Colossal
double entendres. Gorgeous refreshments.
Well-bred orchestra. 4,950th night of
POPINETTE, supported by a powerful
Company of the Executors of original cast.
No use booking. Everything gone for years.

THEATRE ROYAL PORTICO.—The
management have infinite pleasure in
announcing to their distinguished friends
and patrons, that having concluded arrange-
ments with a large number of members of
the House of Lords to appear, in their own
parts, in a new and original comedy, full uf
real British noblemen, specially adapted
from the French for the purpose. The pre-
sent programme must shortly be withdrawn.
The Miller and His Men, can, simply
only be given for a limited numher of nights.

DUCHESS’S.-THE SIGHTS 0’
LONDON.

With faces wan and gloomy
That tolcl of temper's goad,

Two weary country cousins

Toiled down the Cromwell Road,

They sought from town some exit,

And chose the longest waj',

But didn’t rnind—not taktn
To see another play !

0 well-billed crams of London, if humhug went
not down

What would you do for yietims! 0 sights of
London town.

D

UCHESS’S.

LONDON.

THE SIGHTS 0’

gOLSTER THEATRE.
rjAHE WARM BATH. “
QJGANTIC SUCCESS.

TT PPER BOXES full before
U_SEYEN.

rpHE ENTIRE PUBLIC ISENT AWAY
X NIGHTLY.

r n HE WARM B ATH AT EIGIIT.

| HE WARM BATH.— See the unani-

L mous Press.

rpHE “ MORNING MERCURY ” says:
T “ StiU we managed to sit it out.”
r 11HE “ DAILY HERALD ” says: “ It
JL ought to go—and the sooner the
better.”

rI ^HE “ EYENING CHRONICLE ” says:
JL “Never saw anything like it before,
and hope we never shall again.”

NOTICE.—Notwithstanding the unpre-
cedented success of THE WARM
BATH, owing to recent outstanding
arrangements, it must positively be with-
drawn on Saturday next.

rj^HE WARM BATH.— Last Tbree

Nights.

YPERION7

NOTIIER HYPERION HIT.
E ’S GOT ’EM OFF.

KILLING COMEDY, in nine Acts,
adapted from the celebrated Palais-
Royal success, Les quatre Maris de Madame
Piffe-paffe.

H

YPERION.—Innocent Mirth.

HYTERION.— Parents, take advantage
of the Holidays, and bring your
little ones with you by the dozen.

HYTERION.-NOTICE.-The difficulty
with the Lobd Chamberlain having
been satisfactorUy adjusted, the Manage-
ment has much pleasure in announcing
that-

E ’S GOT ’EM OFF will be performed

Every Evening as usual.

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YYORINTHIAN.-HYDE PARK
\J CORNEF.

Hyde park corner.

rinthian Success.

A real Co-

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Y'DE PARK CORNER.-Mr. Cleeh-
ing Shott says : “ Nothing like it! ”
YDE PARK CORNER. — See the
Starvation Act.

'YDE PARK CORNER.—Mr. Jones
Adolphus Burgas says :—“ WeU—
I never ! ”_

THE ELLESDEUM.—Sole Lessee and
Manager, Mr. Roscius Swynge.
rjHHE TWO NOSES.

r | HE ELLESDEUM.—The Oldham Re-
X porter says :—“ Ylr. Roscrus Swynge
came here on Saturday last with his Two
Noses ; and when, in a flnaucially confiden-
tial speech, he announced that ‘ £3 14s. and
a bad sixpence had been taken at the doors,’
the house, waving five pocket-handker-
chiefs in all directions. fairly rose to him.”
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