Amusements. pRINCESS__ THEATRE Under the management of Messrs Holt aud Wolfe. LAST NIGHT (BUT ONE) OF THE SEASON. fi3jf Notice.—AH Accounts against the present Management must be sent in by the 12th inst, as Messrs Holt and Wolfe terminate their Dramatic Season on Saturday next, 13th inst., after which time no Claim will be recognised. POWERFUL" NOVELTY FOR THIS EVENING, FRIDAY, 12th AUGUST, Under Distinguished Patronage. COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL BENEFIT TO MR OLAEANCB HOLT. On which occasion he will appear in his GREAT IMPERSONATION of CARDINAL RICHELIEU, Being most positively his Last Performance (but oue) in Dunedin, prior to the Departure of himself and Mrs Clarance Holt, for England, by the Great Britain, on the 24th inst. The Full Force of the Company. Splendid Scenery, Gorgeous Costumes, i Beautiful Music. I , The curtain will rise at 8 precisely, to Bulwer j Lytton's magnificent Play, in 5 Acts, entitled, > RICHELIEU, or, THE CONSPIRACY. | Cardinal Richelieu, (for the last time) Mr Clarance Holt Julia de Mortemar, (her last appearance (but one) Mrs Clarance Holt Song, " Last Rose of Summer," Miss M. Dunn. After which, a handsome TESTIMONIAL " Will be presented to Mr and Mrs Clarance Holt, as a mark of appreciation f;om their many friends and admirers. Favorite 8a11ad.............. Miss Lizzy Royal. To conclude with the popular Afterpiece, entitled LOVE IN A MAZE. (In which the Company will appear.) To-morrow, Saturday, the Farewell Performance of the Season. Two splendid Pieces, DAMON AND PYTHIAS, And BLACK-EYED SOS AW. ■ m O -. N I G H T. KR AND MRS CLARANCE HOLT WILL APPEAR AS RICHELIEU & JULIA DE 'MORTEMAR, (Positive^ for the Last Time) AT THE PRINCESS THEATRE. ' " i to-night. LAST APPEARANCE BUT ONE OB1 MR AND MRS CLARANCE HOLT, At the Princess Theatre, Previous to their departure for England in the Great Britain. TO-NIGHT; GRAND PERFORMANCE FOE MB. CLARANCE HOLT'S FAREWELL, Under Distinguished Patronage, At the Princess The ltre. | TO-NIGHT. ' i MR CLARANCE HOLT ] AS ■ ■ _ j CARDINAL RICHELIEU, (Positively for the Last Time in Dunedin) At the Princess Theatre. TO-NIGHT. FAREWELL BENEFIT OP MR CLARANCE HOLT, At the Princess Theatre, TO-NIGHT: j BULWER LYTTON'S GREAT PLAY OP RICHELIEU, FOB MR CLARANGE HOLT'S FAREWELL BENEFIT, At the Princess Theatre. TO-NIGHT. HANDSOME PRESENTATION TO MR AND MRS CLARANCE HOLT, At the Princess Theatre. TO-NIGHT. MR. CLAKANCE HOLT Will bid Farewell to his Friend 3 and Patrons, At the Princess Theatre. T YSTER'S ITALIAN AND ENGLISH j 1 O PERA COMPANY, at Process Theatre about 24th August. S. JONES, Proprietor. THE NEXT MONTHLY BALL in connection with Mr H. F. Palmer's QUADRILLE ASSEMBLIES, Will take place on Monday, the 22nd jnst. Double tickets 10s 6a. Single do 7 6 SELF-DEF, B N C E ! ! EFEGAN, Proprietor of the BALLARAT . HOTEL, STAFFORD STREET, begs to inform his Friends and the Public in general, that he has entered into an Engagement with MR HARRY SALL AR S, j CHAMPION OF VICTORIA, J To give Entertainments at the above Hotel Every Evening, commencing at half-past six, ending at ten p.m. . E. F. wishes to impress upon all parties who may visit the above house that good order is strictly adhered to. N.B.—Harry Sallars will give daily instructions in Self-Defence, Foils, Single-stick, &c. ; A MUSEMENT for the Million.—Dancing- /_ room open -to-night. Billiards, Pinpool,. I Deyilspool, Bagatelle, Skittles, free for drinks. I Rat pit j Sparring Saloon. Aldinga Hotel.
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