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THE AMATEUR Will perform that Sparkling Comedy entitled— THE CHILD Oi 1 SCBCIB IEfcEGKO^EIIISrX, Acknowledged by all who witnessed its former production to be the best piece ever played to an Ashburton Audience, <"». AflT OIP OEABACTBBS Duke Arohambant de Grandtete ... Mr. E. Foots. Sergeant Soalade Hr. EL C. Jacobson. GuUl6t(a Tyrolese Peasant). ' Pompernickel (steward to the Marchioness) : 'Ubtary... ... ... , ... . Stephen (Tyrolese Peasant) ... Bataplan (a Drummer) Mr. J. Jessop. ... Mr. S. Poyntz. .. Mr. D. Teppitt. ... Mr. J. Leitch. Master G. Hardle j Soldiers of the 21st PierreBernard I Jacques | Cisar J Duchess de Geandtete .- Marchioness de Berkenfeldt ... _ ... Josephine (the Child of the Regiment) { Mr. Higgins. Mr. Cook. Mr. Mullaney. Mr. Henry. Mrs. Teppitt. Mrs. Maahiro. Lizzie Lizette. To conclude with that Screaming Farce the RAIL WA 7 OHARAOTBBS t Mr. Crabshaw (station-master) ... ... Mr. Felton. John Quick (a.waiter)... Mr. B. Elston. Mr. Samuel Greenhorn ... ... Mr. J. Jessop. Mr. Fallows ... ... Mr. D. Teppitt. Lungs (a railway porter) •*« Mrs. Fallows «. ~ Julia Spruce (the Bailway Belle) Mr. K- Mayo. _ Mrs. Manhira, M Mrs. Teppitt. Lizzie Lizette. GRAND ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT. Admission—Bs., 2s, and Is. Doors open at 7.30, Overture at 7.45, commence at 8 p.m.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 171, 20 October 1880, Supplement

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