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MR. G. W. ANSON'S FAREWELL MATINEE.

MR. G. W. ANSON'S FAREWELL MATINEE.

mR. G. W. ANSON'S FAREWELL MATINEE. The almost immediate departure of the above-named well- known and popular comedian for the shores of Australia has already been announced in these columns. It isisatterfor regret that the " working" of his farewell matinee,. which took place at
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE ONLY JARVIS."

"THE ONLY JARVIS."

"TlHE ONLY JARVIS." AN ANECDOTE OF THE IEANS. The following anecdote was related to me by the late Gordon Ashton, an excellent actor and a very good fellow. I am not certain about dates, but it was during the starring tours of Mr and Mrs Charles Sean. I give the story, as nearly
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE _DRAMA IN PARIS. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARIS, THURSDAY, JULY 23.-The Conservatoire week is upon us, and the contests have already began with that in Singing. Annually. I have occasion to refer to the interest which this competition evidently excites amongst a large se
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"GRASPING A SHADOW."

"GRASPING A SHADOW."

" GRASPING A SHADOW." On Monday, July 20th, at the Theatre Roya], Wvest Hartlepoxs a New and Original Co~medisttinG Onse Actby Tom Craven, entitled Mr Earle Bird ?? . Mr ToM CRA. VE Edwin Bird ?? . Mr L. CosnrI Stanley Paber ?? Mr A. GILtLtHoaR MiDy Aston ?? Miss ELsIE CAREW Rhod
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"TAKEN FROM LIFE."

"TAKEN FROM LIFE."

TO THE EDITOR OP THE ERA. Sir,-In reply to your correspondent Mr E. J. Cooper, permit me to say that I have cast no boomerang at Socialism. There is not one single line in the drama that suggests that Socialists will not work and wish to rob those who do. The shouts of applause
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EASTERN MUSIC AT THE INVENTORIES.

EASTERN MUSIC AT THE INVENTORIES.

If we regard the East as the cradle of civilisation we cannot fail to be influenced by the peculiar character of Eastern music, but in estimating it we have to remember that the uses of music in the East are by no means similar to those of the West. In European climes no religio
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NORTH LONDON INSTITUTE OF MUSIC.

NORTH LONDON INSTITUTE OF MUSIC.

NORTh1 LONDON INSTITUTE OF MUSIC. A concert was given on Tuesday evening at the Burlington Hall, Conduit-street, Rerent-street, for the benefit of Mr Louis Cottell, director of the North London Institute of Music, an establishment enjoyiug considerable repute at Highbury. The Nor
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS ALMA MURRAY'S READINGS.

MISS ALMA MURRAY'S READINGS.

In our last issue we briefly recorded the fact that on the evening of Friday, the 17th inst., Miss Alma Murray gave a series of readings at No. 133, New Bond-street, in aid of the London branch of the Richard Wagner Society. It is now our pleasing duty to enter into the details
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC AND DANCING LICENCES.

MUSIC AND DANCING LICENCES.

At the Ramsgate Petty Sessions on Monday last, before Mr G. E. Hannam (chairman), and a full bench of magistrates, John Ovenden, the manager of the entertainments at the Pier Pavilion, was summoned, on the information of William Lennon. for having kept and used the same asa plac
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN CANADA.

AMUSEMENTS IN N ?? Arr Ar- -- } >. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPO(nrDENT.) MONTREAL, JULY 7.- Now that the Academly of a has closed for the summer months, the regular tl lea season may be said to have terminated here, and te dtnal year 1884-85 can be relegated to the ever-increasing i.et
July 25, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England