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OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

OUR CRICKETING TABLET.

I The Angjo.ALU;at1Ran Cricekters. It has been eventually settled, and all detailed arrangements entered into, for " our Eleven" to go out to Australia. The agree- snent contains, besides providing for various perquisites, that each cricketer shall receive 150 for his services,
September 15, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE POLICEMAN'S SUNDAY.

THE POLICEMAN'S SUNDAY.

tA h POLICEIOANS SUNDAY. OPer-work is the bane of our modern.society. We see it alike in the effects it produces and the efforts made to lessen it. Now a financier, now a statesman are cut off in a- half-inisbed career. Here energetic manufacturers, working at high pressure, burs
September 15, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

,1, PROVINOIAL THEfRIALS 1,1FION Ova, OWN COja3XeP6j!gTe TainATaR ROYAX...-TbsI campai gn at tble place Of amneeamaini t wae ajened for the Seasoen. by Mrs. pollock, Oa Sateisday. t~e let ijetant, Ad_ ventage has been taken, f ikhes oqe eret eoaetoogl ~ pfrb f th hous ?? curtain'
September 15, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BETTING.

BETTING.

Tattersall's, Monday. The atiractious at Birmiugham did not draw many of the regular habitues of the Corner, wbioh waa very fairly attended this afternoon. Speculation was briek, and more especlally In regard to the Derby, for whicb Camboecan, Coast Guard, and Forager were it go
February 21, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIAN THEATRICALS.

AUSTRALIAN THEATRICALS.

I I (FoRO AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) TO THE EDITOR O TiH ERA. SYDNEY, DEC. 21, 1863. Sir,-A long period has now elapsed since I posted my last despatch, but having again returned to old quarters, feel much pleasure in taking possession of my post once more. By the date of my
February 21, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

IOYAL ENGLISH OPERA, IM ~~~COVEN r-GARDEN. Under the Meanagementof Mise LOUISA P'YNE and Mr. IV. HARRISON. Concluding Weeks of the Royal REgijabs Opera Mlanagement.. Great and Legitimate seccees of Msooarrens' new Opera. The singers nightly honoured with euthusiastic calls before
February 21, 1864 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. Wallis's Winter Exhibition.

Mr. Wallis's Winter Exhibition.

The rooms belonging to the Society of British Artists, Suffolk- street, Pall-mall East, are now occupied by the pictures forming Mr. Henry Wallis's "Twelfth Annual Winter Exhibition." Nearly five hundred works of art are here gathered together, and, as regards variety of subject
November 11, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGECE.

FOREIGN DRAMATIC INTELLIGECE.

'OREIGN DRAXVIATIC INTELLIGENCE I (Wmnltriz EXCLUSIVLLY FOu "Tuis EliA.") In the foper of the new Paris Opera House are to be placed the busts of uminault and Scribe, two of the greatest librettistes of the age. At the Theatre of Marseilles a grand night was given for the benefit
November 11, 1866 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

AQUATIC S. ' I Mgh Water at London Bridge. Fn8. 3 morning 23 mlan.past 7 afternocn Slt ?? 7 4 ?? 25 ?? 6 ?? n 0... 0... . fi4 I 9.3 6.1 0 - 6 ?? a ?? t ?? ?? 2 ?? 5 . ?? 12 ?? 39 ?? it a ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 9 ?? ?? 1 ?? 19 ?? 2 Royal Thames Yacht Club. The uert monttly meeting of this
February 3, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

L. I TER AT UR ED | BLCPOWOOD'S MAGAtZINE. Blackwood andu ns,tEdiobrgb. It is seldom that even Blackwood gives us so admirable a raontly number as we find in the February part f id abundant satis- and he insst be difficult to please who canont 11udJ abundan atis- faction in the c
February 3, 1861 - The Era - London, London, England