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HAVERSTOCK-HILL.Na O GL ss ,ORGiLL, SWANK, and ORGILL I ES cr o eith instructions from the Proprietor (vho I iyja fa,.ucd5 ~ alare uies to submit to Public T ,Plates P las' 1Hal Masons'-avenue, Bashighall-street, City, Cosnltle ie !ttahol day of July at Twelve for One o'clock (un
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL CRICKET.

THEATRICAL CRICKET.

THEATRICAL CRICKET, NOTICE.-.eports of matches foriwarded for insertion in these ?? must be clearly written, and the scoresimust be properly and carefully arranged according to our plan. Unless these conditions are ?? the reports sill not be printed. UNITED THESPIAN CRICEETr CLnB
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"UNITED THESPIANS" AT LILLIE-BRIDGE.

"UNITED THESPIANS" AT LILLIE-BRIDGE.

"UNITED THESPIANS'" AT LILLIE-BRIDGE. Glorious weather-a blue sky, a brilliant sun, and a pleasant breeze-favoured the first athletic meeting of the United Thespians 0.C. at Lillie-bridge on Friday, when there was a tolerably large attendance, numbering many actors and actresses
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

High summer temperature continues to lower theatrical receipts, and this week the ST. JABIEsS will be added to the list of those dramatic establishments which have closed for the season. Few changes of programm hv taken place. Diplomacy has been repeated at the HAYMIARKET for te
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"A WOMAN'S VICTORY."

"A WOMAN'S VICTORY."

"A W03AN'S VICTORY." Sir Lionel Carew Mir Jolny BskucaANs , Frederick Carew .M - - r FORBES DAweSox Colonel Harcourt .M - ?? - Mr CLuacRE. J StU-wE Captain Tremoine ?? - r C. A. Sslrvy Sidney DelmarM * IAir W. SCOTT BUISr Mr Lnvell ?? - --Mr A. D. PISR1rosir Dr. Graves . Mr J. BR
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. R. D'ALBERTSON'S BENEFIT.

MR. R. D'ALBERTSON'S BENEFIT.

"Not a seat to be had " was a condition of things decidedly favourable to the prospects of Mr R. D'Albertson's benefit at the Comedy on Saturday afternoon, and the courteous acting- manager of the comparatively new theatre in Panton-street had the gratification of seeing a large
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NUDE PICTURE SHOWS.

NUDE PICTURE SHOWS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERIA. Sir,-In a very recent issue you printed a letter from an individual signing himself "Peter," i -which the writer takes exception to the private exhibitions of nude pictures which are being held in London at the present time, and particularly designates
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"NOBLY WON."

"NOBLY WON."

"NOBLY WOIN." Written by Mr Charles Bradley, and produced on Monday Evening, June 22d, at the Theatre Royal, Chelteuham. Benjamin Ross ?? ?? fr JAmEs FRANCIS Artlur Morrison ?? . Mr ALFRED CROCRER Percy Roystan Ross ?? Mr H. J. WBss-DATLhieu Matbew Morley ?? ?? Mr CECIL RAYE Pete
June 27, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL CRICKET.

THEATRICAL CRICKET.

UNITED THESPIAN C. C. v. BnoisLExY 0. C., KENT. Played at Bromley, on Thursday, and won by the Thespians by 21 runs. Score:- U. T. C. C.-H. Blarchmont, b Jones, 1; R. Haywood, run out, 3; J. B. Brockbank, b Evans, 24; A. G. Stacey, h Jones, 0; A. Wheatman, c and b Evans, 14; D.
June 27, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

THE METROPOLITAN. The great attraction here at present is, undoubtedly, the delightful ballet Vif; but the "variety" element has not been neglected. Mr Sam Saunders gives some of his funny songs, in one of which he appears as a tallyman, and describes the adventures of an indivi
June 27, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England