Observer, Volume 6, Issue 149, 21 July 1883, Page 15
7 WiHnwtfc^ Oon^^ny. performing in ;^eJmjg* <&fa y,I Af:A AAA'AA'ffYA " aa aay^ yy; A;yjy q-. y^.si#^^ ■i Jjcpwe ,ues ip phgring 'Vtlp "^immense houses .;__<£ 'y; ■ ,1 ry- fy ,'y r wMjß9.Ppgard_» engaged *&>'<&* . Adelphi, , in '-n^^'^^'^H^^W^ :- : 7<M 'yy '. 7r. •'• 17 "r-r-j-i; v v-:?--: t^ielH^rl^o.pd^all, /i^br«|;_;4.^.'£^?-idvo-V. lee* l^ur^ t ;j^m^iaihe^.^bu^^-£pndon_ i >■ .7 't. y'' ■W:vf ?t-^HplW«j^.<flp.ei}B'..i,4p . Brisbane^ -with. "•^htao'lfon^on,;'' he oug^jt^dog^pd business j Sitifift tjae WAWQtfe-Opmpany vterei pitched , out of a. ,!bhggy!, ) their;f^s ,,. haye ,bepn. ornamented with y . y. .-,,.,. 7 :,.,'•' A' ■.'-:'.-' , ■'•. , ;^ar^^9rkjat;;tija,^ and.JaloveS,", on. Jfftturdav: night,. at the Lome-street 'Hall; yßurha'p Mu^fct. was cooked l ~ A'"'-'-' ". ,y . Johnny ,' Half is '. bijpk ag wii. dn 'Melbourne. "iCattljt'.'ear a blpO'iqiiig n;ord," at least he couldn't that * 'day he left -Lytteltoh ! wharf. "Pluck is said to 1 hot rival : aU. previous' eifortßi . ;• • .:' !■'•.-... r Wilhelhjj, tfte gireai.' violinist;; his met with. n,n .accident at Wiesbaden, through a fall, which so injured his arm .that he is Unable to play, The whole, musical • wop^ shopld^pray for his recovery, , • •..,., yy ' John Holiings, . head: of the * London Gaiety, > hps a volume of stories and essays in the Press entitled '"footlights.'', _ftis,sufe to be a treat, for John probably knows more about theatres tban any man going. ; An. AnVevican pader gravely ' asserts that the - scenery ahd Effects which will accompariy Mr Irving .apdtroupe to the United States will Weigh 1000 tons! ! If the properties wore as heavy, as this,, what would the actingbeP , .; . y ..,. Mp Pooley's third concert took placeon Saturday jeve_jfing,;laat, and was, as usual,, extremely well patronised. The selections were entirely operatic, aiid wore, ' Without exceptiofa, excellently rendered. The Band, under the efficient conductorship of Bandmaster Morris, especially distinguished itself. ,The vocalists : are so.,wcU i.nqw» to our readers that criticism is superfluous, fhe concert, as a whole, was undoubtedly the most "successful of the series' ! yet- given. To-night .(Saturday) tho selections will be taken entirely from Irish composers. I We are pleased to learn tliat the old Theatre . Royal is once again? to* be. opened* tg cthe public. On Jfonday next Mfcs <fta& f Sh^aanl 3 <jf theEibyal Haymarket Theatre, London, mlL,Rppear in her celebrated character of "Constance warburton," in "Won at last.' ' Stye tiji fmjportfed Jj& the i*> ldj T4 *. ouritb r> Barry 1 O'Neil, who, after ah absence qf many years, once again . Appears in Auckland ; and'a'specially selected company, ; rtmong whbttf are * many: 'well-kno#h < Melbourne a'etors. j We trust that Miss Sberidan may meet in .Auckland i V'V.h. i ha, same success which, has been accorded to her I <.7;i>ty-.-e.' tl "' *" «'''*" "''' ''"'''''' ''"' j , It niny 1 a inf _.rk<. ting'to Know that Mr Wortleyj-yTontngu .i.A. jj. - .:. itlan'.-!). who was playing with Miss • .te.r»._.'~t_oe »<* her vecor.i .nccfissfui tour . through Ne*>v [ ;ieai:.MsJs;- ■;_?, ._. sou of Lord hobert' Montagu, 'and' -'a I ..^>i_ew of tiiey uke of .TManchester; 'iVbls-rising young iictu-hati r,t roceitu.'y joined the tiiisntrk-al I'jrbfessioi^, in -}.u.h, if h_ ).__._&>__..;•, be will, in ft vfei'y -dior!*' spacft'of ' time, maire. for Ui./iHali u ?% niU-K-.- ..>• he possesses aU tho" neceasary-ri:(|uir.f.j_ievjts'Sif '1 ...'00 f. i<otbr. are glad to r.ear ."hat he- has been c-^NfiaHy unirageOl fr> aupport-,Misi£ Giacr SV-eridfMi at" Eh'>.^Ts*eatift JRoyal ou Mondiiy, the 2-tth .net. 'Ye y^idb llr vJ-ocriey -Montagu ' every success; , y ! | d-n'-our.'^yertifeing columns t iii be iAiXixvd tlafull oa_3t and -dther p'articulnirs-of Bossi-n's comic o^ra, . «? The*^arber,of Seville," which is .to )i_ performed v J>if _P_.6'fesSor^CayJiaU^s'O^eratio Society.' Those who wish ishe art*f'__iumo ! i» flourish' ih'.A.Ucklahd-will no doubt ' giye . .their , pa£rpj?ag'e,. 1j0. , ,^he v . igreato^i attempt.-,* .by ; amateurs) art hijgh-cla'ss opera, yet made' in this city. lf , suefce&^fb^ii. falthe 'iHtehtibh of Professor "Caillidii fd place on the stage at brief intervals a series of these operas, and, it is to be hoped, that the public will, do , The 'dresses fjreirieh.and hfjw*. ehd -no ,^xpenie ha| been Spared by ' ipie Professor or his pupils fo make" this j '.their fljcst : dndeavpur, a success. The pnera ■ Souse.- has been -takenr ?OK^.^toti^e!^n',j::febmmencing Monday,: July 50t^ jVyhip f wgjexpect Jo . see % bumppr 'ho u5e, ; . , . . j . • , -.rNqtWiths.toM^ 1 ■we^_hOT H^ M < %-W^ k »*^^ ISWl 5W , S[ Aioranja of the American i War.was' Well patronised and highly appreciated by its ' yiMto^si^th^iubky'bnes'-'auiojigst 'them 'b^ing^ qhite 'datisfled with -their? priaea^ -OH M36hda.^'J ! ls.st tKS'pi.6i -■ gramme 'underwent an entire ehapge, apd« if ppssihle, ,fo_ ,i4 tKe belte^i We "'''#ai4 incidents the Jlusso- Turkish V^ar;>ai» represented %ith ! ' very fair fidelity, ' dn^-some of the; «icv.s ( aro except ion ally, goodi • notably, ' fliose of Constantinople by day and night, and Turkish .prisoners on the march. The blowing up. 'a Turkish gunh^t'by; Russian , tprpedoes :waa .yery. , wejl managed, ds hisq the iweohanical effects ottbeseigeanift evacuating .qf '_ECa^a. T 'The '-'entertainment jirdvided is decidedly ihteH^uftl aftiMrell- te amusing, arid the'spirited caterers c^rtainfy deserve the patronage qfi the- Anekland public.. 'The gifts ooutinuo.to.be pi their, usual satisfactory _ duttli^- ahd liberiil duahtity. 5 "' ''.'•'■'