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THE latest popular piece for the piano is the "Philistine Fantasia," dedicated to the Society of Philistines. Notice its Figato style characteristic of the "I began it" tone of the remarkable little paper.

THE Castle Square Theatre managers could hardly ask for a more emphatic endorsement of their selection of attractions than has been given by the public this last week, for "The Bohemian Girl" has been given eight times before audiences limited only by the capacity of the house. For the coming week Genee's "Royal Middy" is announced. The libretto of the "Royal Middy" is taken from a French melo-drama by Mm. Bayard and Dumanoir. A translation of the melo-drama was made and adapted as an operetta by F. Zell, and with Genee's music it was given at Vionna in 879. Mr. Gustave Lagye then re-translated the title "Le Cadet de Marine." Augustine Daly bought the American rights to the work and brought it out in New York at his own theatre in spectacular style early in 1880. The English version made for this production by Fred Williams is the one used in the Castle Square representation. The scene of the operetta is laid in Lisbon, Spain, two centuries ago, and the plot concerns the adventures of the Parisian actress, Fanchette, who, having once enjoyed the friendship of Don Lamberto, secretly married to the Queen of Spain, comes to Lisbon to renew her acquaintance with him, not knowing of his marriage. She arrives at Don Lamberto's residence just as he is expecting a visit from the Queen; and in order to avoid awkward explanations, Fanchette improves an opportunity given her by Don Lamberto to disguise herself as a member of the corps of Midshipmen of the Royal Navy, commanded by Don Lamberto. When Fanchette reappears in her disguise, Lamberto and the Queen are at the table dining, and the trio are surprised by the entrance of Don Domingos, the master of court ceremonies, who has seen Fanchette enter, and finding only one lady present, and that one masked, is led by jealousy to suppose the young lady to be his young wife. The confusion attendant upon this situation is the foundation upon which the librettist has built up a succession of most interesting and amusing scenes and incidents, all of which terminate in the usual happy fashion.

The cast of the principal roles is as follows: Don Lamberto, Edgar Temple; Don Januario, J. K. Murray; Don Norberto, W. H. Clarke; Don Domingo, Lindsey Morrison and Stanley Felich; Mungo, Oscar Girard; Marie, Queen of Spain, Laura Millard; Fanchette, the actress, Clara Lane; Donna Antonia, Rose Leighton.

"The Chimes of Normandy" follows the "Royal Middy."

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