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BOHEtMIAN DRAMATIC COMPANY. The first production of the Australian bushranging drama, "'The King of the lRods," by the Bohemian Company last night attracted a large and appreciative audience to the Albert "all. Probably no more interesting drama than ."The King, of the Roads" lhas been produced by the Bohemians, embodying, as it does, actual facts which occurred in the life of Ben Hall, and made him take to the biuss. Mr. E. I. Cole, the author of the play, received his informanion from actual eye. witnesses, and parlicipat.ors in the inci dents lwhich culminated in the death of B3en Hall . The various sensational and exciting incidents were splendidly por trayed, and the scenery was appropriate and redolent of tthe bush. "The King of the Roads" will be repeated to-night for the last time. On Wednesday and Thurs day evening an Anglo-French military drama, entitled "Under Two Flags," will be produced for the first time in Laun ceston. It is a dramatisation of the novel of the same name, and ds a power fully written drama, with a well worked out plot. On Friday and Saturday nights and for the matinee on Saturday afternoon the sensational drama of "The Haund of~ Justice" will be staged.