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Gounod's opera. Romio et Juliette." was revived on Tuesday evening, the 22nd. after absence two seasons, and it was early announced that "all reserved scat* were fold." And very brilliant audience assembled in honour of their Majesties the King and Queen, who were pregent. Mmc.
The proponed performance the Coliseum on Saturday evening, Oct, 11, under the patronage the King and Queen, is the outcome of an idea originated Mme. Sarah Bernhardt. «wbo has greatly desired, the occasion of her forthcoming farewell season London, express in a practical manner
PATTISON—EDWARDBS.—On Jnlv 24. at St. Werburgh’a Church, by Ihe Rev. O. Holmes Gore and tho Rev. F. N. Bcawick, Joshua Rutter, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pattlaon, of Denehurst. Nottingham. Florence May, only daughter Mr. and Mrs. T. Allan of Temnio House, Derby.
"HELLO! EXCHANGE!! The irost i.ov*l and <Bt**ilninlng turn produc-.d at the balls this year.—Ack-# of -. "THE 7 RAGGED RAC-TIME GIPSY GIRLS.” Arouse ln>mendott« enthusiasm mhsiever they ro.— The unaniii out veruict Press and Public. “Fancy Free," “The Daring of Diane,” Stolen Fr
Queen Alexandra, Empress Russia, and Princess Victoria, £ h at suites, have arranged to leave day " * * Their Majesties g» to fortnight and then to Copenhagen is likely to follow. * Colled Lady Wimborne has again taken J. Haslam's school at Harrogate, Will arrive next week. . r
30 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England