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"THE BOY IN THE PIT."

"THE BOY IN THE PIT."

"THE: BOYI IN THE PIT." TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-The mildest construction that I can put upon Sammy's frivolous and inconsequent reply to my lettter is that Eugenio and he are members of the same Mutual Admiration Society, and that one is a liar and the other a fool. Eugeni
August 24, 1879 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Croydon Steeple Chases and Hurdle Races.

Croydon Steeple Chases and Hurdle Races.

There was a vcry large attendance on the Woodside pastures on TurOsDsvy, whenu ?? events were docided, and for which good ficlds contested. A Sellng Hurdle Race commenced the proceedings, the favourite, St. Chair, being successful by getting home a length and a half in advance o
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. J. L. TOOLE in the Provinces.

Mr. J. L. TOOLE in the Provinces.

Mr. J. L, TOOLE in the Provinces. (From the Irish Thnes, November 19th.) TI-lATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.-On Friday evening Mr J. L. Toole took his farewell benefit before an audience which filled the Theatre in cvery part-hinded, numbers had to be refused admission. The pit became so inc
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

rIIYSTAL PALACE.-PARTICULAR AJA'lTACTION'S, THIS DAY and NEXT WEEK. ?? (Novensber 2ith), Ninsth Saturday Concert. Digtrib~utQn of Prizes to the London Rilf Brigade. Desidas Chrysantheicnunis Exhibition, &-c. TlesdiY LI)~ Operetta anid Farce by the ac ?? ?? F-ridavGit ?? Thursday
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

Her MAJESTY left Balmoral on Friday for Windsor, accompanied by Prince LEOPOLD and Princess BEATRICE. Her Royal Highness Princess Louis of HESSE, will arrive in England in a few days on a visit to the QUEEN, being her first visit since her Royal Highness's late bereavement. The
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TILE DRAMA IN PARI Se (viol OURn OW.N CORnESPODENT.) PARIS, TnunnAvD.-ODE0N.-TwO novelties have this week been produced here, and both deserve very favourable mention. The first is a one-act comedy in verse, by M. Edmond Cottinet, entitled Le Doetcur Bourquifnes. It is a sprightl
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS IN AUSTRALIA.

THEATRICALS IN AUSTRALIA.

THEATRICALS IN AUSTRALIA, (FROM OUR oWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, OCTOBER ;,OTr, 1873.-The month has been full of interest to professional people here, and engagements are largely on the increase, places of anmusement being opened in every direction, and there is a great demand
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

A TR ALIA.-THE AT RE RO0Y AL (LassoeR MeSSr's HlARWOOD and CO.) oPN AL1,L T IIE Y EA R RO U N D. The only F1irst-class 'theatre inl the Coloities, seating over 3,000, and a fitted before and behind the Curtain in the most elegant and costly manner. The Stoelc Comrpanly unsurpasse
November 30, 1873 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LICENSING ACT.

THE LICENSING ACT.

In the House of Commons on Monday the discussion oil the aomendeuts proposed in the abortive measure of the late Government wasve proceeded with in Committee, commencing with Clause 11, which giles tie Magistrate a discretionary power in fixing the penalty for a first offence in
June 14, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE HORSE SHOW.

THE HORSE SHOW.

THlE HORSE SHOW. T T-1 al at ma Under v-ery promising auspices the Horse Show at the Agri- cultural Hall, Islingtoll, opened on Saturday, tile thj ilest., and during thleweek, has attracted v'ast crowds of both the lovers of horocfletlh and (If mere pleasure seekers who find exci
June 14, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England