Theatre. Last night there, was another good house, and the playing elicited much applause. Captain ''roxall's brass ban I is quite an attraction attrac-tion at present, and the pieces produced pro-duced were both excellent. To-night then- is another fine hill, commencing with the "Carpenter of Rouen," iu which Mr. McKenzie, Miss Adams and the strength of the cmipany will appear; the roaring farce of "John Buttercup ' concluding, Mr. Graham appearing at that .'urdily honest milkman. Captain. C'roxall's band will play; a new orchestra has been organized and will put in a first appearance, and Professor Neeuham will execute a irand pot povri bril Hunt on the piano. Altogether in attractive at-tractive programme.