William Gould and Company

The comedian is supported by a pretty, young girl whose name does not appear. She makes a dainty picture and has a sweet voice.
The pair were called upon to repeat the chorus of the last song three or four times
Nothing of the old skit remains. Gould occupies the stage alone for the first five minutes or so with a fresh line of talk bearing upon his trans-Atlantic trip last summer.
the audience parted with them unwillingly.
There are only half a dozen little stories, but they are neat and pointed, and, delivered in te inimitable Gould vein of subtle humor, go to the mark.
Variety 1:3 (19/01/1907)