HIPPODROME.
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 A very attractive programme at the Hippodrome has been provided this week, both pictures and turns being of the highest order. Seldom has a turn at Cleator Moor met with a more responsive audience than Lord the Collier Violinist, who manipulates the violin in every conceivable position, his final effort of playing two violins whilst handcuffed, meeting with round after round of applause.
 
 The KEPPLES, soprano and baritone, introduce some very effective vocal solos and duets in a very pleasing and refined style, which have met with a hearty response from the audience. The pictures are extra.
 
 Commencing tonight, the thrilling drama, “Face to Face” (2,000ft.) Will be presented, and one of SELIG’s admirable productions, entitles, “The American Princess,” &c.