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I mHEATRE ROYAL LESSEES— MESSRS. TOWERS and Co. | Stage Manager Mr. F. Howe Scenic Artist Mr. C. Massey I Director of Orchestra ... Mr. f»wen 1 Acting Manager... „ Mr. J. Duun.jun. Mechanist „ ... Mr. Hyder (TO-NIGHT), MONDAY, JUNE 5. ANOTHER GRAND BURLESQUE. With new Scenery by Mr. C. Massey, and Mechanism by Mr. Hyder. First Night of the Grand Nautical Drama, THE LOST bHIP ; Or the Man-of- War's Man and the Privateer. The performances will commence with THE LOST SHIP. Mark Liden (a retired Naval officer) ... Mr, J. BsUson Ben Trennun Mr. John Dunn Ned Martin (mate of the privateer) Mr. F. Howe Jan Dousterswyvil ... Mr. E. Keeley Nicholas Nibble (a pawnbroker and auctioneer) Mr. F. Towers Timothy Trim (a gardener) Mr. T. Dale Vivian 'a Miser) ... Mr. E. Drummond Sally Popple Miss M. Griffiths Rose Liden ... .. Miss Flora Anstead The whole to conclude with the grand Burlesque Extravaganza, THE MAID AND THE MAGPIE; Or the FATAL SPOON. Fabrizio (a warm Italian farmer) ... ... Mr. T. Dale Gianetto (his son, a pattern soldier of a fast colour who, despising his father's calling, objects to sowing anything save wild oats) Mr. F. Howe Pippo (Ninette's foster brother, a remarkably odd boy, attached to Fabrizio's establishment and the drama) Miss M. Griffiths Fernando Villabella (fine specimen of the good old heavy father of melodrama, temporarilly up a tree in consequence of an ill judged strike') ... Mr. J. Dunn Isaac (old clothes man and general merchant. Ladieß' and gentlemen's cast off wardrobes purchased, &c.) Mr. F. Tower* The Magistrate (mischief maker, dissension sower and plague in ordinary to the village) ... Mr. E. Keeley Ninette (well there is no use attempting to describe her, go and see her) Miss Marian Dura Dame Lucia (Fabrizio's butter and bigger half) Miss Flora Anstead On Tuesday, June 6, for the BENEFIT of Mr. J. DUNN, HONESTY THE BEST POLICY, And CINDERELLA. Children in arms not admitted. Box Office at Theatre Royal, wher» Seat* can be engaged. Prices : Stalls, 55. : Boxes, 35. ; Pit, 2s. Doors open at half-past seven, to commence at eight o'clock.

Tji O R SALE, In one or more lots to suit purchasers— 800 SHEEP ] Running at 23 HEAD CATTLE ) Ohau. EDWARD PBARCB. Wellington, 29th May, 1865.

TOINERS Wanted. Apply to John J Mackenzie, General Government Buildings,

WANTED, an engagement, by R. T. L. C. Butner, Cook, Caterer, Confectioner, ana Major Domo, formerly Chef de Cuisine to the Earl of Elgin when in China ; to Lord Clyde when Governor General of the East Indies; to the Astor and Fifth A*enu« Hotels, both in New York ; to What Ch«e* House, San Francisco ; to the Victoria Hotel, Nassau, N.P. ; to the Victoria Hotel, London; to the Collingwood, Hotel, Melbourne, &c., &c. Testimonials of the highest character in each of the above places. Address R. T. L. C, office of this paper.

WANTED, a Situation as Storeman or Barkeeper — a person of experience. Address X.Y.Z., Evening Post.

WANTED, a Carriage Maker and Wheelwright. Apply to Spicer and Hutchins, oppDsite Albion Brewery, Courtaney Place.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Issue 100, 5 June 1865

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Post, Issue 100, 5 June 1865

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