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PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ALDERSHOT. TREATRE ROYAL.-Lessee, Mr Chas. Atkins; Acting-Manager, Mr la. Bradford.-The Fun on the Bristol company are located here for twelve nights, and are giving the greatest satisfaction, the fun being created by some wonderfully clever artist
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL HALL.

THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL HALL.

TH:E NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL HALL. On Tuesday last Lord Zetland laid the foundation-stone of an important erection, which, when completed, will supply the long-felt want of a building in the West of London, vwhere exhibitions on a large scale can be held. The convenient situa- tion
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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E D D A R D, as VIOLET, in JJ.L "-A Wol an's Victory." OPlNIONS OF THE PRESS. The Chronicle savs dd ?? illustrated the affectionate nature of Violet. ,lis3 Beddard The Senday Times says:- ,,igs Bddard played the girl .Violet Carew, seith earnestness. flies ~~The Era says:- Mis kl
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MINNIE PALMER'S DIAMONDS.

MINNIE PALMER'S DIAMONDS.

MINNIE PALMER'S DIAlMONDS. " That is the box in which they are kept; you see it is really a small fireproof iron safe." The speaker was Miss iliseiie Palmer's representative, and be and the writer were seated about a table in a pleasant private parlour at the Adams House upon whi
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE PLAYER QUEEN."

"THE PLAYER QUEEN."

"Yes, we gave her that title when she first went upon the etage. It has stuck to her ever since, and I've no doubt will go with her down to the grave, and she deserves it, bless her ; for if ever a woman became queen by right of doing a noble action it was this one we're now spe
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS GENEVIEVE WARD INTERVIEWED.

MISS GENEVIEVE WARD INTERVIEWED.

. (FROM OUR NEW ZEALAND CORRESPONDENT,) Before Miss Ward left this colony, after one of the most successful tours ever made by a member of the profession, I communicated with her as to the desirability of placing before your readers her impressions of the colony, thinking that t
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERT OF "HEBREW MELODIES."

CONCERT OF "HEBREW MELODIES."

CONCERT OF " HEBREW MELODIES." Readers of Byron's poems are aware of some beautiful abort lyrics, under the title of Hebrew Melodies, in which some of the Scriptural incidents are briefly but exquisitely told in verse. Few lovers of poetry will need to be reminded of such charm--
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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I F ~ ~~ ~ L L I 0 T, J. TELATRICAL and GENERAL STEAM pRINTER, 1 and 2, WYCHl-UQUOItIT WyCf.-STREET, STRAND, W*C. Esthiates forwarded. Send for List of Picture Posters. ANAGES PROPRIETORS .3-of F~tee, Golas Aheisprsand all out door amusesients, shold rit fo Saple an prcesof)lagni
July 18, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

The dramatic event of the past week is identified with the retirement from management of Mr and Sirs Bancroft, and the brilliant audience, graced by the presence of royalty, assembling on Monday evening at the HXTIAREET THIEATRE evinced the importance attached to an exceptionall
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE YELLOW POODLE AND THE CONJUROR.

THE YELLOW POODLE AND THE CONJUROR.

TEHE YELLOW POODLE AND TEE CONJUROR, At Marlbcrough-street Police-court, on Wednesday, Eugene Verbeck, residing in Duke-street, St. James's, was summonud, before Mr De Rutzen, by Odille Mancier for unlawfully detain- ing a yellow poodle dog and silver collar. Mr St. John Vontner,
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England