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TSTRALIA,-THEATRE ROYAL, A ?? Mcesss OAIVRN 1) and Co.) The Largest and H, udsomeat T1hec1Ate iii tile Austmilia8. Replete with evlery convenicence. Aceefltuodates over 3,500. . rst-etases Stars onfly invited to cosliitttinlcrtS. Liberal sharimg termsa Stock Compaccy uncexception
May 9, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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I S S W A L L I S vill Besumc her provincial Tour July 13th, Opening at EDIN- BUUGII. D endec, L'laelkiOol, Scarborough, Belfast (Return Visit), &c., Scptember, THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. Communications will be forvarded, if addressed to 3iss WALLIs, Rose Villa, Studiey-road, Cla
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RACING NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS.

RACING NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS.

l 3y " TOUCHSTONE." glolerate as vfas the sport decided at Newmarket this week, it attraeted the majority of the leading followers of the 1,itioje'l lttlstime, and if the Prince of Wales, who was amongst 'ith visitors, made any comparisons in his mind between the lo,>lity and Eps
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET JULY RACES.

NEWMARKET JULY RACES.

This Meeting commenced on TUESDAY in splendid weather, when a large and aristocratic company was present, including his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, who left London by an early special in the morning, accompanied by Lord Aylesford and blr H. Chaplin, M P. Eight races were
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. J. L. TOOLE

FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. J. L. TOOLE

at Birmingham. Following the example recently set at Willis's Rooms, a number of Mr Toole's friends and admirers in Birminlham on the 4th inst. entertained him at a banquet in the Great Western Hotel, in that town. Mr G. D.wsoN presided, and the vice-chair was occupied by Mr S.
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

[T'IE EDITOR I5 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY CORRESPONeDENTS.] How It's Done. TO THE EDITOR OF TwE ERA. Sir,-I enclose yont a specimen of a reply from an advertiser whVic2h, from its peculiarity, willj think, be interesting to yourreaders. A friend of mine, anxi
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRENCH MANAGERS HAT IN HAND.

FRENCH MANAGERS HAT IN HAND.

France has for some time nast been considered in exfreeeis. Defeated ill an overpowering struggle, conquered and crushed by an old enemy, torn to pieces by internal dissatisfaction with a disordered people and a ruined city, with Orleanists, Republicans, Legitimists, and Bonapar
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOWN EDITION.

TOWN EDITION.

THE ERA OFFICE, SUmDaY, Two A.M. HIAYMARKET THEATRE.- (Yesterday.) A morning performance took place here yesterday for the benefit of Mr Coe, a large and fashionable audience testifying by their presence not only their interest in the programme presented, but their regard for th
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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THE YORE CIRCUIT. TTANTED, DRAMATIC ARTISTES in various 51' Departuments. Also, for the Season, commencing at Leeds, Monrday, August 24th, an xt "lil nearl all tile year ronod, Thoroughly Accomplished MUSICIANS id an experienced and efficient Leader, to arrango and conduct. For l
July 12, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON PAVILION. An attractive programme, furnis ed by a full and efficient coujpany, has afforded great satisfaction totho large audiences which heave, during the holidays, nightly assambled at Mr Loibl's popular, because elegant and comfortable, establish- ment, at the top
January 10, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England