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TABLE WATERS hare f~alway bad the patronage of Royalty, S a g >% Ic ?? to be supplied to the Queen. TABE WTERS S01! arc the onl! Waters supplied at the Inter- na"tionlft ijetlth E\bbtia ?? p pE ABLES WAT ERS. CAtU TION -Asl for " SCOBWEPPE'S," aund eec cat the Labels bear 'FOUNTA
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POOLE'S PICTORIAL TOURS.

POOLE'S PICTORIAL TOURS.

A series of pictures, panoramic, dioramic, and mechanical, representing places familiar and unfamiliar, from the Strand to Antananarivo, or from Liverpool to Yeddo, is just now being laced before the audiences at the Molhawk Minstrels' Hall. Agricultural Hall, Islington, in a mo
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"RETRIBUTION."

"RETRIBUTION."

IRE TR I B UT IO N." Revival of Tollo Taylor's Domestic Dransa, in Fosly Acts, played at the Gaiety, onl Sa~turday', Junio 3th. Oscar de Beauprd ?? -nARL.ES VAsorND OrF Count Priuli .I. . 5-.. W. SAGOINEON liorisett ?? Mr WYBaEdi S'ERNOY Victor de Morlac ?? ViCR U STeTERSoYD Garn
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VERNON & HILLINGTON'S COMEDY COMPANY.

VERNON & HILLINGTON'S COMEDY COMPANY.

VERNON & HILLINCGTON'S COMEDY COMPANY. This, to us, new combination of amateurs invited their friends on Monlday evening last to the School of Dramatic Art in Argyll-street, Iegent-street, to-witness a performance of farce and comedy, Maculicon M\orton's If I iead a Thousand a Ye
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"AT THE SWORD'S POINT."

"AT THE SWORD'S POINT."

"ATT SOr,:,n THrEl- up gNo. Archlibald Wodl.erd Timothy Trhi . ir i;, i: The Sheilz jrcho iil* joiil Auiblr - ?? The Renegadie ?? ?? Janle Hopper ?? . .. .%cIj Kate Auibrey ?? aIePit, JalllHppe ?? ?? ?? (FsOMr OUR OWN CoRRe m n Onl Monday ev'ctnieg last was, iodstce at 1; Norwich
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRENCH PLAYS AT THE GAIETY.

FRENCH PLAYS AT THE GAIETY.

P Ljs AT TI-l GAIETY. v Pj,.- I - -lricilco, of l"ast year hasI SLIOSOfli eill" yu a lon ?? ;whicih hle has us - o ?? ~e-oi ?? comnpanies I-II v-sCit. f)tj50(t:. n w, at least., of ?? at~'~1 tie vai&aK' and theC Vaudeville, Likes ?? Why t`ey faeled to attract it is not Perhapsc c
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GLOWWORMS' DRAMATIC CLUB.

THE GLOWWORMS' DRAMATIC CLUB.

An invitation performance by tho above club at St. George's Hall on Saturday evening last was attended by troops of friends, who, aS usual, wore not slow to applaud, in season and out of season, the efforts of a very weak team of amateurs. With "Glowworms " a light entertainment
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GERMAN OPERA AT COVENT-GARDEN.

GERMAN OPERA AT COVENT-GARDEN.

GERMAN OPERA AT On Wednesday, June 11th. IV ",> ,LOHENIII\' ir yllc Orlivipea, ?? . hei- - Ir &r PIra Elsa .. . . . . . . . . . . . . larire IS" IS'sN Tclramnua d ?? Heerrufer ?? Fourteen years have elapsed clues INa ?? to English audiences, aid his mhore proi)iriesst 'tsssp'5le0
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. EVERETT'S RECITALS.

MRS. EVERETT'S RECITALS.

Still another lady Las made her ilhbt e11 thle ilatforsi % a public reciter, under the tutelage of 31Mr Edwiii Drlen Wihi the object of giving an abulndanlt trial of lier drae:iac leac ?? Everett has announced that she will give folr reriali at the Banqueting Reom, St. James's H
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS EDITH BRANDON'S CONCERT.

MISS EDITH BRANDON'S CONCERT.

Miss Edith Brandon, a talented young lady who will be remembered by many of our readers as having done good service at St. George's Hall in Mr and Mrs German Reed's entertainment, gave an excellent concert at Steinway Hall on Thursday afternoon, taking part in it with consider-
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England