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Change of Address. MISS JULIA SEAMAN ?? Disengaged. 12, Holbeck-road, Kennington.park, S.E.; or Agents. M ISS L O U I E SCOTT, Rehearsing, MORGIANA, ROTUNDA THEATRE, LIVERPOOL. ISS EMMELINE FALCONER, 4 Leading Lady, i ' at Liberty for Special Engagerents, Amateurs, and Matinees.
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT CIRCUS CASE.

IMPORTANT CIRCUS CASE.

IMPORTANT CIRCUTS CASE. A case of a somewhat si9gislar character was heard before Judge Ffoulkes at the Warrington County Court last week, in which a claim for 50 was made against Mr Frederick Ginnett, for injuries sustained by James Wright, a farmer. A special jury was empaneled
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A SINGULARLY ROMANTIC STORY.

A SINGULARLY ROMANTIC STORY.

Truth is at all times stranger than fiction. A few days ago, according to a writer in the Sydney Mail, " there sailed for England a young man whose career would furnish materials enough to construct a romance out of. His father was a younger son of good family, and related colla
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL LITIGATION.

THEATRICAL LITIGATION.

Dlr Justice Day and a common jury were engaged in the Queen's Bench Division, on Wednesday, in bearing the action of Ward and Willis v Counover, The plaintiffs complained that they, having taken the Olympic Theatre from Mrs Conover as weekly tenants at 80 a week, payable in adva
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EGYPTIAN HALL.

EGYPTIAN HALL.

Mindful of their responsibilities to the pleasure-loving public who have given them such long and steadfast support, Messrs Maskelyne and Cooke have anticipated Christmas by providing a most attractive holiday pro- gramme, which, if it does not contain more wonders than were eve
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE ORDER SYSTEM.

THE ORDER SYSTEM.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-Will you permit me to be the devil's advocate. No doubt the order system is abused, but there is a word to be said in its favour, Absolute " frosts " have thawed under its influence, and run hundreds of nights by virtue of "papering." How many inst
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POPULAR WAGNER CONCERTS.

POPULAR WAGNER CONCERTS.

. POPULAR \VA(INER CONCEt{TS. The " Popular Wagher tUulcevmts" Society was rather unfortunate in the first concert, given at Willis's Rooms on Monday evening. Some of the vocalists were little, if at all, better than ordinary amateurs, and some of the instrunmental performers wer
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
INDIANS AT THE ALBERT PALACE.

INDIANS AT THE ALBERT PALACE.

INDIAiNS AT THE ALBERT PALACE. The interesting and instructive importation now well known as the " Indian Village," which is at present on view at the Albert Palace, Battersea, is divided into two parts. At the eastern end of the nave, in ahall, part of which of is divided off fo
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
UNITED DRAMATIC CLUB.

UNITED DRAMATIC CLUB.

UNITED DRAMATIO CLUB. The entertainment given by Mr Lawrence Daly's company on Monday evening at the large room of the above club in Upper-street, Islington, was a great advance on representations that we have been invited to witness at the same place. The audiences at these club
December 19, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAGE GLIMPSES IN BURMAH.

STAGE GLIMPSES IN BURMAH.

Burmah just now is attracting great attention, and but for the immediate influences of the great political crisis we should hear a great deal more of perhaps the most interesting country of the East. The people of Burmah are far more intelligent and have greater cul- tivation th
December 26, 1885 - The Era - London, London, England