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THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON _MUSIC HALLS. THE CAMBRIDGE. Among the audience assembled at Mr Riley's hall on Tuesday evening last, the veteran chairman, Mr Knowles, numbered a great many personal friends, who bad come to support him on the special nigit that had been set apart for his benefit. To
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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DR IJ U Y - L A N E. - D - Coammencinlg SATURDAY, May 31Set. MORNING PERFORMANCE, WHIT MONDAY, June 2d, Every Evening at 80, and every Wednesday and Saturday following at 3S0 p.a. AUGUSTUS HARRIS, Lessee and Manager. The Haverly Season under the Management of Whl. FOOTE. HAVERLY'
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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1AL P A LAC0E.- ?? ?? enditirt Reiv list. N \TO\1NN1 'U NI~-,l.RSAL EXH1IBITION. * ?? ITIS EV 'Ilt TOO LATE TO TII N1i. 4j l,.c, jesire-~ced hv Mr E. 1B. Norman. 13fN ' ' .~ ~ ~va 'iewcrksby.C. T. Brock and Co.; v~s~l.i. l~~ .r - is 2 eeC rt, ?? Reeves anid other 'i~ivit ti ?? at
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A DIVIDED DUTY.

A DIVIDED DUTY.

Some most interesting papers have lately been printed by the Society of Arts on the subject of the prevention of fires in theatres. The first, which is by Captain Shean, is " distinctly precious " as exposing the curious system of government under which places of amusemient in L
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRLESPONDENT.) MIONTREAL, APRIuL 28.-The Florences appeared in The Mighty Dollar during the last three nights of their engage- ment, and, although the piece is familiar to all playgoers, the Academy was well patronised. Mr Florence's impersonation of the Hon. Bar
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"THE BRA" FOREIGN LETTER-BOX. A Stamped Envelope, plainly addressed, must be enolosed mith appli- cation for each Letter. Letters, after lyin~ at this Ojiceefor One .Ioneth, are sorwarded to the Postal Authortties, to be dealet with in the ordinaory course. CosceuiscsloNfOB AWAIT
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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?? NN~G L I S H O P E R A Or Y L COMPANY, fromt Cot enttarceun Theatre. g1igerS J. l h. TANNIR alnd JOHN O'CONNOR. lrJ Artiotna- Madame LdCOF. anld JULIA GAYLORD ILANCHE LIE s ?? LLTCY FRANKLEIN ~~ ti ?? MisJIs ROBINA RAY fijiltiiil~ t igitili ?? liATIE COOKi ii ?? ~Mr SlXI} MI N
May 24, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC PICTURES AT THE INSTITUTE.

DRAMATIC PICTURES AT THE INSTITUTE.

The exhibition of water-colour works, at the Institute, Pic- cadilly, this spring, if not perhaps so strong as the first display when this important gallery was opened, is still full of interest, and worthily sustains the reputation of the English school of water-colour painters
June 14, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. EDWARD SAKER, AS MARIE STUART, IN "THE GASCON."

MRS. EDWARD SAKER, AS MARIE STUART, IN "THE GASCON."

I~r MRS. EDWARD SARER, AS AIARIE STUART, IN "TI1E GASCON." Mrs Saker's handsome presence and majestic carriage rudtle Marie Stuart every inch a queen and ler advent on the stage was the signal for a storm of applause again and agoic rennewd,, to which the popular lady, who wvas e
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

latO OstOW COORE5BPONDENT.) pAlIS ?? thermometer has at last fallen to a -oml iih for the season of the year, the evenings are agII cse,11l plesat, hut the record of theatrical doings is ?? ~esmt~~t dring several wveeks past. To-night only leuiim~s teate oill he ollen, the Franq
August 23, 1884 - The Era - London, London, England