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FRED W. MILLIS IN BRISTOL.

FRED W. MILLIS IN BRISTOL.

Xl PALWCE OF VARIETIES. e When an audience can be roused to a pitch of enthu- e siasm with the thermometer at ninety degrees in the it shade, there must be something above the ordinary in n the performance. Yet such was the case at the Palace W on Monday night, and the applause
August 12, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

AMUSEMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

AMUSEMENTS IN SOUrH AFRICA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS). CAPE TOWN, JULY 5 -The Arthur Rousbey com- pany complete their present season at the Opera House 0 this evening with a complimentary benefit to Mrs b Rousbey of The Bohemian Girl, which was also revived b on Monday, the 3
August 12, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SALFORD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SALFORD.

- - - , -, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PRINCE OF WALES'S.-Proprietor and Manager, Mr Councillor E. B. Goulden ; Acting and Stage-Manager, Mr Howell Webb.-The Power of Gold, a- represented by Miss Ethel Van Praagh and her all-round company, is the holiday fare at this theatre.
August 12, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BELFAST.

AMUSEMENTS IN BELFAST.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND OPERA HOUSE. -BManaging-Director, Mr Fred W. Warden; Secretary, Mr A. A. Macaulay; Acting-Manager, Mr W. J. Andrews. - During the recess this handsome theatre has been thoroughly overhauled and cleaned, and the entire seating of the dress-circ
August 12, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CHATHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN CHATHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN CH&THAM. IFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL -Proprietors. Messrs C. and L. B. Barnard; Acting-Manager. Mr Lionel Barnard; Secre- tary, Mir George G. Ridley.-The most ardent lover of sensational dramatic fare should be satisfied with When Loyidon 81frps. Mr
August 12, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

B I C li L E Y, Ii A R R Y, a Comedianl with liumorolls bdeis. ".acto' <'otnpany onl Tollr. B'5~2FOu PETE, and ADA RICABDO, ( st~he L~oe,y and SI!ort of it. Batltersea Palace, S.W. Address, 2til, Waterloo road, S.E. A B LAKE'S ('[NFMAlTOGCIPlIE,NewvEmpire, 1 Scarborouli. Libertv,
August 12, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN MUSIC HALLS.

AMERICAN MUSIC HALLS.

(FRoM OUR AMERICAN rORRE9PONDENT.) i NEW YoRK , JusE V.-Miss Louie Dacre made s8 her American debut at Tony Pastor's last Monday, and y established herself in the good graces of the visitors to . that popular resort immediately. The patter intro- h duced in her first song, " Mad
June 23, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LEEDS.

AMUSEMENTS IN LEEDS.

(FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND THEATRB. - Managing-Director, Mr Joh.5 Hart ; General and Stage-Manager, Mir Fredk. Vin- cent. -Mr Hugh Moss's adaptation of Mrs John Strange Winter's novel "Bootles' Baby," is proving a strong attraction here this week. The company has been w
June 23, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.

AMUSEMENTS IN NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.

I AMUSEMENTS IN NEW(CASTLE-ON-TYNE| (FRO.11 OUR OWvV CORRER915NiENT.) TYNE Triva.tn.--Mlanagingo Director, Mr F. W. Wyndham; Business-Manazer. Mr F. C. SlItcliffe.- Mr Chlus. Macdonaa's companll is appearing here in thle musical comedy, it, New .11'phisteo which is quite familiar
June 23, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

TH E LONI ( N TlIE II A T EIS. THE STANDARD. I On Mon(!an Airil-h th tin- nrtia nt F'our Acts, t "THL SE('R.T.S OFt- IliF, HlAtRF I- DMr DI,,% (ohilbii go nran t isP gihlt th.-, oititir metro- bh pnoiitatn riouni lint Itas bnn-ni. ncninit i till. wV k with sn Itucin hel.nnt -, hI
April 14, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England