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CONCERTS OF THE AWEEK. MISS SUZANNE STOKVIS' RECITAL. Most concerts are now called recitals. but that of Miss Stokvis, at Queen's Hall on Tuesday, had some claim to the title, as the young artiste did recite as well as sing and play. It was a rather ambitious attempt, and we stil
A ComnedY-Drama, in Five Actp, Produce i at the Theatre Ko3al, West Ernvi i.h, on Moiida), July 25th Colonel lfawthorne ?? Mr WI'SFIeLI Ci :FT S Siines Clayton ?? Mr ART8t a Bt3i -N Sir Charles Deeplale ?? i r WILL HEILBROMN The Hon. Ado phus Dinip'e. Mr CHARLES E. PAsI'A Jack S
IBARNUM AND BAILEY AT NEWCASTIEv (FROM OUR O.VN CORRESPOXDENT.) These world-famed showmen commenced a si:. w i visit to this city on Monday with their " greate- ?? I on earth.' They arrived in Newcastle on Sulit- travelling cars makintg up five trains. Leavin - burgh at eleven p.
it (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Ir DEVONSHIRE-PARK THEATRE.-Mesers Morell and 11 Mouillot's company are here this week in The Circus a- Girl. Mr Charles S. Kitts a capital exponent of Dick w Capel; Mr Albert E. Goode is very funny as Sir Titus !,Wemyss; Mr Dalton Somers submits
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ALEXANDRA THEATRE, LIMITED.-Managing Direc- tor. Mr William D. Forsdike: Aoting-Manager. MrF. R. Mason.-On Monday, Mr Jerrold Heather's company opened here in The Stave Girl, which was well played and excellently staged. Mr Jerrold Heather as Craw-
THE "CHARLEY'S AUNT CASE. In the Chancery Div islon, oil Veai ila. la, o. Justice Byrne, the ca-e of Titons- x. IPtt Ctr' an adjourned sumnonr s talken oua ia t!; < i , l. " Penley, for whom :lr Stracl.am. Q.C., atil. M. lG appeared. Mr Farwil, ?? aun Ir te ?? ?? for 'Mrl Brandon
TO THE EDITOR OF THE IRA. Sir,-While the sad death of Charles Rogers, actor, and author of Days of Cromwfll and other well-known dramas. is still fresh in the memories of his friends and admirers, I would like, through the medium of your valuable paper, to call their attention t
The annual general meeting of the members of this Fund was held on Wednesday afternoon at the York Hotel, Waterloo-road. In the unavoidable absence of Mr James Chappell, the chair was occupied by Mr R. V. SIMONS, and Mr Tom HOLMES was the vice- chairman. There were also present
Mr Joseph Tabrar as a music hall bard has neither been mute nor inglorious, since it has been from his pen o that many of the most popular songs of the day have t come-songs which, as he truly says, " have delighted the multitude and cheered and brightened the homes of the commu