the Sunday Referee were screened to large gathering of enthusiasts in the G.-B. Private Theatre last Wednesday evening. The awards were distributed by Mr. G. Mussabini, of the Sunday Referee," who acted the unavoidable absence of Lord Lee Fareham. , . The first award In the Inte
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