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DISTURBING THE SALVATION ARMY.

DISTURBING THE SALVATION ARMY.

At the Derby Borough Polioe Court, on Thursday morn- ing, before the Mayor (J. W. Newbold), J. Bailey, C. Leech, and W. Sowter, Esqrs., and Sir John Smith, Harry Keys, of Brook-street, a respeotable dressed snd well spoken youth, was summoned by Jenny Johnson, s " captain " in t
November 30, 1887 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE PBIZE RI.NG

THE PBIZE RI.NG

A very wordy warfare ia being carried on between Sullivan and Mitchell, the celebrated boxera and prize fighters. In his last letter Mitchell put the natter very clearly and fairly, and whether Snllivancaa qnibble out of fighting yet remains to be seen. It appears very doubtful
November 30, 1887 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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W*t®4 tk< ms.

to3^4toZ*££°^F3?* m being assured of KnrS^ 64 T l^ ?? wifil th e Midland, Great Northern, and London and North-WestertßaiW ZMSMS*** Conservatives gave an ?? and ?? r«»ption to Viscoiut Cwiss^hnLfey * w f m Ji ,ld >«arty vote of confident tau the Government. The motion was submit
November 30, 1887 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE EXTRAORDINARY DEATH AT.LITTLE EATON.

THE EXTRAORDINARY DEATH AT.LITTLE EATON.

THE EXTRAORDINARY DEATH AT LITTLE EATON. At the Queen's Hotel, Little 'Eaton, on Tuesday, Mr. W. Harvey Whiston held an inquest en the body of James Wm. Meore, aged 13, son of James Moore, sexton, of Little Eaton.— William Henry Moore, aged- 9, said that en. Sun- day week kewas w
November 30, 1887 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LITTLE EATON

LITTLE EATON

Concbbt.— On Saturday evening a concert in aid of the village flower show was given in the Board sohool. There was a fair attendance, and the proceedings throughout were of a very successful chaiacter. The programme was a very varied one. Two violin and pianoforte duets were ren
November 30, 1887 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

E DW ARD PRICE, jyj R' JOHN GRIST, THEATRE ROYAL, PLYMOUTH, Nov. 14th, Six Nights. -R FRAsCIS RAPHAEL, B.[ Miss Mary Ande.rson's Season, 1st ~LYCEUM THEAsTRE. R A. YO UNG RITCHIE at Liberty. _ddress, 13, Guftrdestreet, Russell-square, London. E~ B. LEONARD ROBSON, L Bittle Eihtee
November 12, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

KENSINGTON SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

KENSINGTON SCHOOL OF MIUSIC. The concert by students of the Kensington School of Music, given on Tuesday evening at Cromwell-road, displayed to advantage the talents of the pupils, and reflected great credit upon the professors who bad trained them so carefully. In some instances
November 12, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

TITE DRAMA IN PARUl'. L'ABBE CONSTANTIN. Csmedy. in three acts, drawn from M1. Halvy's novel b>y pIM[ Hector Crdmieux and Pierre Decourcelle, pra- dlld at theiGymnase, Nov. 4th, 1887. dnc15 Co istantin ?? M. LAFONTAINE Jet yIaII' u11d ?? M M. MARAIS paI 'le Lavardens s.. . C1. No
November 12, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? CECIL BERYL. Address, 1 ,OA1,PRINCESS'S ThEATRE, GLASGOW. R A !Loildon Representative, ?? Arthlur lBlarkllore, 11, Garrick-srcet, W.C. N j. H. S AV ILE, X 1t ManaCer o v 1 IBr, pdiard Celeiptofl ?? Shore " Company, z oi I\ALES'STHEATREOUTSHAMPTON, rX p~ G I L B ERT T ATE, M1,,
November 26, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHAT IS THE ART OF THE DRAMA?

WHAT IS THE ART OF THE DRAMA?

The votaries and supporters of the stage have often been accused of holding exaggerated opinions about the drama and the theatrical profession. Their antagonists find it easy to laugh at an enthusiasm which they cannot understand, and are at no loss to produce what they think ar
November 26, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England