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M R. J. B DURHAM Disen=ed. First Old Mes, Aristocratic, &c. 64, Gloucester-street, St. George's-square, S. W. R. B A S I L D Y N E, ?? on Tour as First Gravedigger, First Witch, Launoelot Gobbo, holerizo. De Beringhen. Glavis. &C. MHR. FREDERICK EASTMAN. 1t1 ?? Theatre Royal, Bat
August 2, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL PERFORMING RIGHTS.

MUSICAL PERFORMING RIGHTS.

TO lTHllE }11Oi OF THE EliA. Sir,--As agent for the soutini i1 district of England represenltig tile Soci t6 de1 Auteurs et CompositeursI I feel forced to ieiply to Mr ?? G 1e0iings's letters to you, especially to that of last week's issuc. I made the first iapplication to him f
August 2, 1890 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BELFAST.

AMUSEMENTS IN BELFAST.

OH(FR OUlt OwN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRE ROYAL.-Sole Proprietor and Manager, Mr J. F. Warden; Business-Manager and Treasurer, Mr Fred. F. Warden.-The Royal is occupied this week by the Horace Lingard opera company. On Monday Fauvette was performed, and met with a warm reception. M
January 30, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ILLEGAL PERFORMANCES.

ILLEGAL PERFORMANCES.

At the Thames Police-court, on Wednesday, Elias Jarckowski, Julius Flush, David Hetter, Edward Hetter, and Aaron Carvillier appeared to answer three adjourned summonses for unlawfully keeping a house for the performance of stage plays, without being licensed. Elias Jarekowski an
January 30, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VAN-DWELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

VAN-DWELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

VA-.-l)DW'.LII.lY' tSAOf(CIAT1ION. FIRRT X-- FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. i At thle Royal Agricultsjraj Hail, by, kind permission of Messrs Read andi Bailey, the first anulmeeting of thle members aiid friends of the Unte Kingdm aal dwel lars' Undrotiee I Association was held On W~ednes.
January 30, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VAN-DWELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

VAN-DWELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. At the Royal Agricultural Rail, by kind permission of Messrs Read and Bailey, the firstannual meeting of the members and friends of the United Kingdom Van- dwvellers' Protection Association was held on Wednes- daylast, g inder the presidency of Mr r. C. Ste
January 30, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS AMY TILLEY'S ACTION.

MISS AMY TILLEY'S ACTION.

-XISS AM\Y TILLET'S ACTION. In the Court of Queen's Bench, on Thursday, before Mr Justice Denman and a special jury, came on the case of Tilley v. Edwards and another. This was an action against the editor and publisher of the Weekly Times aend Echo to recover damages for an alle
January 30, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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GLOBE THEATRE SYNDICATE JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA. ANTED, a Competent Stage Carpenter, WAN ED ca Competent Costmnier o Address, Box 3,325, "The Era" Office, 49, Wellington. street, Strand, W.C. WA NTED, for Angelo's Exhibition, at once, ~Good Doorsman, willing to make himself ge
January 30, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW RISTORI BECAME A TRAGEDIENNE.

HOW RISTORI BECAME A TRAGEDIENNE.

I HOW RISTORI BECAME A TRiAGEDIENNE The "memoirs" of the celebrated Italian actress are announced to appear in a few weeks at Milan and Pads simultaneously, and we are enabled to publish in advance the following translation of one of the earlier chapter0 of the book, which promis
September 17, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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September 17, 1887 - The Era - London, London, England