Ridgway, Cole & Ridgway's Palace Circus. Touring Australasia. Nelson Saturday & Monday, April 6th & 8th. Vaudeville, hippodrome and trained animal exhibition. [Poster. 1912].
Reference Number: Eph-E-CABOT-Circus-1912-01
"The following all-star artists appear nightly: Miss Sylvia Stanley, the daring and dashing Mexican trick rider; Mdlle Xenia, the lady who shakes dice with Death and skirts the borderland of eternity at every performance; The Ridgway brothers Chas and Will, the world's best head and hand balancers, gymnasts and acrobats, in their great specialty "Fun in a Gymnasium"; Kodama, the Japanese equilibrist and foot juggler, "justly styled the world's best"; "Denver Dan", America's greatest lasso expert; Lieut. Cole, introducing his famous sketches, "A Day in Dogville" and "Mirth in Monkeyland"; Doyle & Dinny, comedy acrobats and gymnasts; Will Clear, bareback rider, vaulter and leaper; Pixie, the smallest and most perfectly trained horse on earth".
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Ridgway, Cole & Ridgway's Palace Circus. Touring Australasia. Nelson Saturday & Monday, April 6th & 8th. Vaudeville, hippodrome and trained animal exhibition. [Poster. 1912]., Reference Number Eph-E-CABOT-Circus-1912-01 (1 digitised items)
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - beneath image: Printed by the N.Z. Times Co. Ltd, theatrical printers, Wellington - 2947
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