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RIFLEMEN ON THE STAGE.

RIFLEMEN ON THE STAGE.

RIIFLEMEN ON THE 1] STAGE. There is no particular haril, we suppose, in the custom 'Which has leek so mnany Of our Volunteer rifesusen to seek asrearlti.2 in amiateur theatricals;. There is, however, onre requirenl~l u1pon thle fulfilment of which we are disposed to insist, ant,
December 2, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

AMUSEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, OCTOBER 1, 1877.-The Soldene opera bouffe company have made a hit at the Theatre Royal, and each suc- ceeding opera but increases the attendance and satisfaction of the playgoing public. Miss Soldene is most certainly the best exponent of Of
December 2, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRES ROYAL, BATH and EXETER. WANTED, SINGING BURLESQUE ACTRESS; also Ladies for Utility and Ballet. Good appearance indispen- able. Sprites and other Specialities. Apply to FREDERICK NEEnE, Theatre Royal, Bath. STEAM CLOCK MUSIC HALL, BIRMINGHAM. (JOBS INSHAW, Proprietor.) WV
December 2, 1877 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Theatrical Bill Posting.

Theatrical Bill Posting.

GENERAL ASSESSMENT SESIONS, FEBRUARY 27th. (Before Mr Edlic, QO., and a Bench of MZlagistrates.) WILLING, AP'PELLANT, AND Till ASSESSMENT COMMIaiE: o& ?? IA'sIVCK, ?? Poland nd r Castle appeared for the respoadests; r Meadows White for the appellant. The bearilig of this appealI
March 7, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"HAMLET."

"HAMLET."

" I1 A L E T." l'Cr01S1111l. ?? pboiltod- out las~t weec tha'it ji I"It0 hi3' of Hianzic liis niever heein pnyoti for one0 Ilell'l1RCTSSire` i1,tlytit excpt 1by ELIwill teethl ih Anterica. I,. litnry Tirriiig inl iflaigln). The, fact. of a play b~y '1wit I~iiiaii'itin~iii t 11111
March 7, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALHAMBRA COMPANY (Limited).

ALHAMBRA COMPANY (Limited).

The a ljocrilll genera1l meetilng of this Colmpaly was held (m Mloelay, the Ist iltst., at the City Treniiilsls Ilotol, Mir Elenin' scrreN iln Oie olesai. The lllA s AN, en opening tile procCedingrs, stated that tile poll which was tlkell oil thc pre iouis li lay hid resmaltedi
March 7, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

M I S S E L O I S E J U N O L (late Leading Lady of Theatre Royal, Melbourne; Prince of Wales f- Theatre, N.5.W. ; Theatre Royal, Adelaide, S. Australia, and a le Principal Theatres of Noew Zealand), havin relshortl Sarrveon, Englandh will be happy to ulec'otialet with M1anagersf
March 7, 1875 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. Henry Leslie's Concerts at St. James's Hall.

Mr. Henry Leslie's Concerts at St. James's Hall.

Xr. Henry Leslie's Concerts at St, J es's Hall. The first grand concert of the summer series, and commencing Mr. Henry Leslie's fifteenth season, was given on Wednesday morn- ing in St. James's Hall. The occasion was rendered more than ordinarily interesting by the announcement t
May 15, 1870 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TURF NOTES AND RACES TO COME.

TURF NOTES AND RACES TO COME.

TURF NOTES AND RACES TO COMIE. Shl er wusb r and Drby biad a foretaste of winter on Tuesday, and So deep 1aS the sinow ol the Midland ground that the sesoud portiot of theli progralusne had to be postponed till e~duced sty whens the sattendanee was naturally limited, the IILk sit
November 17, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PI)'.VJNOIAL THEATRICALS. I (FRT onT OWN fOnRSwouDuINuj. ABERDEE-N. fEaR MAJESTY's TiiexeaeF-Mr Chippendale tootk his farewsell betiefit onl Friday, 8th inst., and durinZ thle evening ?? and gentlemen, 1 appear for the last tune on this stage for a very pleasantt purpose, that in
November 17, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England