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"THE SERF" AT NOTTING-HILL.

"THE SERF" AT NOTTING-HILL.

"THE SERF" AT NOTTING-MILL. The Ladbroke Hfll when reopened on Monday evening presented a bright and renovated appearance, and Mr Linscott has been successful in carrying out many decided improve- ments. Among these may be mentioned a new pitchpine floor, for which merry waltzers
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"So fond of the Pipes."

"So fond of the Pipes."

The affection of Scotch folks for the music of their beloved bagpipes has been the theme of many anecdotes, but few inci- dents are more interesting or pathetic than the following, which was frequently related by Muilready himself during his lifetime, as a reminiscence of the da
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FARINI'S EARTHMEN.

FARINI'S EARTHMEN.

We have rarely seen an exhibition of human curiosities more interesting than the specimens of a pigmy tribe which Mr Farini is now exhibiting at the Aquarium; and this not so much from their small size (the chief, who is certainly a tall man for his race, is 4ft. Gin. high) but
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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DR U R Y- L A N E.- D THE WORLD, Every Evening, at 8 0 o'clock. Preceded, at 7-25, by Harry Nicholls's Farce, TIMSON'S LITTLE HOLIDAY, No fees. Performance terminates at 11l0 o'clock. THE WORLD at DRURY-LANE, with even more elaborate suenic effects than before ; in fact, Mr Harrs
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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y S TAL P A L A CE.- Li g~~l~~TI0AL ~XlIBIIONDAILY. -0 RY ptoalber~Si~akeS o TAMING OF THE fL0.\D OPO5 b ?? Firewvorks by C. T. Brool; aud Co. 5111l fiSXY 5100P3 TO1 CO-NQUSR. Dlr Bernard Beers. e.AL ?? bosobeel itdh.-iltairBan~ds) Gr~eat Organ MAr Etarry ~LX.. Mrh eral3;.urerl H
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. KENDAL'S OPINIONS.

MRS. KENDAL'S OPINIONS.

mr3S. KENDAL'S OPINIONS. Last Tuesdbay till the departments of the Birmingham lodi S'cience (Congress, save one alone, were silent and [leteted. The various schemes for the improvement )f the human race were left in statut quo, while their ?rsiC1tou' floched to the Art Department
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHAKESPEARE'S LEARNING.

SHAKESPEARE'S LEARNING.

SHIAKESPEARE'S LUARNING. TO THE EDITOR OF TUE BRA. Sir,-In reply to Mr Hannaford's rather rambling and school- boyish effusion in last week's Era I beg to state that asy learning, great or small, has nothing whatever to do with the questionat issue, His statement that Shakespeare
September 27, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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ay12th, South, for ''Never kNTED, too l~$ s~st'Season, 'LADIES and Gentlemene of Too ' 10coules1. Getlme t combine Stge T.50 1li,1I~lX il'1,0.011ii, 1riiltingl. Yourg and for " I "I 130111li Artiste, to Act, Xai1.I~,l~. 0xdealle Agenlt. Cartest, rere"OC0,ncedso' o AICta4I" H- R I
May 3, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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The Vital Spaik. N N Y H I L I. None but herself r'an be her Parallel.-TuIltO5ALD. Ecr London season b84 eclipses all former triumphs. Q~ULEN'S, POPLAR ?? 8-40 A very pronounced sUCCeSs. Thrce Songs, a Horjnpipc, and Four Curtains Nightly. FORTIEFVFRS . ?? 25 The feature of the e
May 3, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

FUNERAL OF SIR GEORGE MACFARRENt The funeral of the late Sir G. A. Maefarren took place on Saturday afternoon last at Hampstead Cemetery. The procession, which consisted of an open hearse and twenty-four mourning carriages, left Hamilton-terrace at 12-15, and passed through Abbey
November 12, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England