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The drama of ‘Black-eyed Susau,’ to be produced to-morrow evening at the City Hall, has been iii careful rehearsal for the past week, and Mr Lucas’s ceupany have been singularly fortunate in this particular piece to find parte suitable to their capabilities. Mr Horace Bent has been specially engaged for the part of the Black Cook, and old playgoers must remember how inimitable Mr Bent has always proved in his own class of impersonation. ‘ The Regular Fix ’ will also be played, and the performance will be under the patronage of the Wellington and Otago football teams.

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ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY., Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY. Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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