THE AMBASSADORS THEATRE. The new Ambassador*’ Theatre, the interior which depicted below, eiluatcd in Westftri.t, lew yard* IrvJi C'aiuu.idge-cuvu*. and is i*a«j acceaa, aisa i> S:. Mu.tiu’s lauc and hariug C'tusa-road. The elevation is of claa-ic design, well privportioned, and
THE ERA. fumd. The aubacribera to the above fund this week Include such distinguished actor-managers Sir George Alexander, Mr. Edward Compton, and Mr. Jaraea Welch, who thus show practical sympathy with an actor whom they knew in more prosperous days. The combined total received
*' My Fancy" arrive* in Ensriand to-day per K..M.8. KinfamiA Coatle. att«*r moat successful lour of nine montlia the principal Australian and African music halls. The popular dancer will welcomed at a little gathering of her friends ou Sunday at Frascati’s. Martin Adeson and Cla
THE BOOTH &OHDOH Mr VV th«- niAT\AdrT tKiuAr. **4 l kind «>o.t hw very MiunorouA i>atruns, a«id this »***4 i (uM im> Uk* usually rxc*4lfnl «‘Ot*'rtainuu. A hnght and Uiru 1a l»»at Four ilirla, a>n« in, and dancing , are much A turn quite new this haM. and one ar no* rm«n-b*r Lon
A capitally diversified programme is in evidence here this week, and. judging by the crowded state of the house when our representative called in, the ** slack season does not seem have commenced. Miss Alice Craven comedienne from Lancashire, who has a distinct way ol tier own.
At Kempton Park to-day Paulhan can win again in the Keeton Court Selling Plate. In the Windsor Castle Handicap must close on her Epeom running, but I fancy Nbviixk Holt and Binankt will beat them all. Boots should take the St. Margaret's Plate. Knight's Kcy the Addlestone Plate,