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THE AQUARIUM SLANDER CASE.

THE AQUARIUM SLANDER CASE.

I THlE AQUARIUI SLANDER' ( CASE. The arguments in the c.se of the Royal Atquarium, Westminster v. Parkinson, were resuxmed in the Court r of Appeal on Saturday, before thle Master of the Rolls, Lord Justice Fry, antI Lorti Justice Lopes. It emne f before their lordlehips in tile
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

AiN emergency meeting of the Proprietors of Enter- tainments Association was held on Monday last, when the new regulations of the London County Council in regard to music halls was discussed. Mr P. Rutland, solicitor to the Association, was instructed to draft a letter to the Co
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A MUSIC HALL AGENT.

A MUSIC HALL AGENT.

At the Mansion House Justice Room, on Wednesday, Mr Henry Labouchere, M.P., of 5, Old Palace-yard, appeared in answer to a summons issued at the instance of Mr John James Gardner, of 6, Meadow-row, New Kent-,road, "for that he, on Dec. 10th last, in the City of London, unlawfull
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

TO IMENSED' YICTUALLERS. Justices' Justice. At the Edmonton Licensing Mleetin)g, onl Tuesday last, Mkr Leighiton, btewver, of Finohley, applied f or a transfer of the licence to the Plouigh, Southigate, rice MNr Arnold, who hoad gone to America. Tics Chairan, F. Newsam, Es,e havn
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

T'HE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. THE SPRING HANDICAPS AND THE CROYDON MEETING. By "TOUCHSTONE." The sport at the Grand National Hunt Meeting did not come uip to the expectations formed respecting it, and one cause of the small fields was the course, which was of too " stif " a character
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW MUSIC.

NEW MUSIC.

NEW M:uISIC. |From Messrs Boosey and Co. :-'Tis not the Tear of Grief, by Alexander Reichardt; The Golden Shore, by Alfred Scott Gatty; Fickle Annette, by the same composer ; The Carrier Dove, by F. Cowen; Jack's Farewell, by J. L. Molloy; Don't be Sorroweful, Darling, Molloy.-He
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. BENJAMIN WEBSTER.

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. BENJAMIN WEBSTER.

COMPLIMEN'Av fRlv NEFIT TO IR; ]BENDAIXMIN WEBSTER. The Woes ory of that oft-appealed-to individualknowr as the eldest playgoer may be taxed, but taxed in vain, to recall many >(enos similar to that witnessed at "Old Dirury" on Monday iast, on the occasion of the complimentary be
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.

THE THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.

This Theatre is once more about to change hands, and, for the first time in its history, its Proprietor leaves it a happy and prosperous man. The 'Theatre was built in the year 1820, by Mr Henry Harris, formerly of Covent-garden Theatre, and replaced the old Theatre Royal in Cro
March 8, 1874 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON THEATRES.

THE LONDON THEATRES.

PRINCE OF WALES'S. On Saturday, Feb. 6th, for the First Time, -a Comic Opera, Written by G. B. Sims and Henry Pettit, with Music by F. Osmond Carr entitled " BLUE-EYED SUSAN>" William ................... Miss MARIAN BURTON Doggrass .................. Mr ARTnuR. WILLIAMIS Gnutbra
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER."

"THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER."

" THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER." On Thursday afternoon, Feb. 11th, at the Parkhurst Theatre, Holloway, the above-named Irish-American romantic military drama, in four acts, by WY. J. Pat- more, was performed by the members of the Silv'er Kise company, under the direction of Mr G. B.
February 13, 1892 - The Era - London, London, England