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LIBEL ON A CIRCUS PROPRIETOR.

LIBEL ON A CIRCUS PROPRIETOR.

In the Queen's Bench Division on Saturday last, before the Lord Chief Justice of England and Mr Justice Mathew, Mr Horace Davey, Q.C., with whom were Mr R. S. Wright and Mr Askwith, moved, on behalf of the Marquis of Salisbury, as Chancellor of the University of Oxford, that a c
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHURCH AND STAGE GUILD MATINEE.

CHURCH AND STAGE GUILD MATINEE.

The third annual matinee of the Church and Stage Guild was held at St. George's Hall on the 29th nit. The perform. ance commenced with an operetta, written by Mr WNellingtaor Guernsey, composed by Augauste Pilati, entitled " THE VIVANDIERE." Simplice ?? .Mr GronRE VINcENT Marie
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A SUPPER AT MDLLE. RACHEL'S.

A SUPPER AT MDLLE. RACHEL'S.

rbe neussaye, the well-known Parisian litdrafeu, neet man of fashion, and former director of the Thdktre is publishiflW his " Confessions," which are frivolous Fenioalug, itist be said. The tittle-tattle raked up in their engugh however, revived old, half-forgotten scandals, and
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN CA NAADA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONTREAL, JUNE 25.-Now that the summer has fairly started, dramatic enterprise has relapsed into a sort of toujours perdrix. existence, for experience has taught the lessees of the various houses that, whilst it would be a she
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC.

LONDON CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC.

The annual benefit of the London Conservatoire of Music took place at St. James's Hall, on Thursday evening, under circum- stances which promised well fom the future of the institution, which, in the * course of a comparatively brief period, has advanced to a prominent position
July 11, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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A CHORUS OF CLERKS.

A CHORUS OF CLERKS.

A CBORUS OF CLERKS. If Manager Robert Grau is anything but the most urbane and energetic of all the impressaet the interests of foreign opera have engaged in America (says a New York contem- porary), he is a man of invention and expedients. It is not only an extremely frigid day
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
 
"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