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Adelaide Quiz and the Lantern (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Esse assess Taylor s luncheon rooms Steak and chop House 39 i x 3xt 3d a ass a t it i x5 t. Oysters stewed Fried curried or Plain one shilling. The latest Shing in London is for the pit and gallery to Greet the Entrance of some critics with mingled hoots and hisses. James Payn the Well known novelist once wrote a one act play called " the substitute which turned out to be a failure on the boards. He then produced it As a Story when half a dozen people asked permission to adapt it for the stage on account of its dramatic character. The italian pianist Gravamin who has just won a Wager of about ,�50, did so by playing on the piano for 31 consecutive hours with an interval of a few minutes at the end of Twenty five hours. His friends fed him with eggs wine Tea and Coffee while he was performing his task. His fingers were swollen but otherwise he seemed none the worse for his feat. He played several operas right through and two of them were by Wagner. Wonder what the neighbors thought of it miss Nellie Stewart quite frequently gets indisposed nowadays and her understudy miss May Pollard has to take her place. John l. Sullivan s new play a True american made a hit at Troy new York. Sullivan is said to have improved greatly in his acting. One of the London music Halls has a new set of living pictures that i Strate. The heroism of English soldiers sailors and common Folk. Among the eight Tableaux Are representations of chinese Gordon Grace Darling and Tom keep the boy who made Tea on the Battlefield of Inker Mann and served it to the wounded aphid a rain of bullets. A some new intellectual songs " what does you t Ink of Hoolihan fihe s Irish " who s Dat Huggin you Hannah Brown her Golden hair was hanging Down her Back in Stead of in her Teeth " standing on the Corner did t mean no harm get off the grass Jonah and the whale " his parents Haven t seen him since i Lent me sunday clothes to Mcmanus the Maguiree and the Monkey " the whistling girl i an Mcgoogan s Goat the Man who plays the Ompah and " of my Yum a vaudeville actress at Blackpool England recently had an embarrassing Accident. The window of her dressing room opened on to the roof of a pro Menade and divesting herself of her clothing the Young woman stepped out to Cool off after a violent dance. To her horror the roof which was a Glass one gave Way and she fell a distance of 15 it. Into a crowd of promenades. She Only broke her wrist but it took two or three shawls to clothe her respectably. Yvette the French comic Singer asks a larger salary and More perquisites for a tour of America than Tbs operatic impresario would expect to pay a Prima Donna Soprano. Walter Howe has been playing at the Broad Street theatre Phila Delphia. Sydney Grundy says Clement so Otic has done More to Reform the English stage than any other Man. " he made a clean sweep of the stage and a clean sweep of the w. B. Warner s merry moments " company is due at port Pirie this evening. Instead of singing " bedecked in fashion trim " in " the mount Banks Tenor Tapley gives " i be sought the Brake and Bracken " from Cellier s opera " Christie Murray must be in a very bad state when he can t pay thirty shillings a week for the support of his wife. And How on Earth does he manage to support the unlawful mrs. Murray. Last september mrs. Murray the Legal was on Christie s track with a warrant As he was off on an american lecturing tour. Hudson s Surprise party Are now in India. Quiz wonders How Harry Shine is enjoying himself and whether he has yet found out what a " Peg Means. Jack Cosgro Veis leaving or has left Bland Holt and intends to run a company " on his Johnny Gourlay appeared at the Oxford music Hall on sunday week. George Ringold is said to be forty one years of age. Surely there is a ten missing somewhere. " lady Windermere s fan gave some Adelaide lady amateurs an Opportunity of displaying their pretty frocks. One had a few lines to speak and weren t the others just jealous i facsimile of registered Label. A. E. & f. Tolley sole agents for South Central Art school and studio 5 commercial Chambers Gilbert place next Bank of Australasia. Miss j. L. Wilson principal. % South Kensington Art and painting certificates. Select classes for drawing and painting Oil and water pupils prepared for the Art examinations. Commissions for portrait painting from life desired. Terms on application. Drawn corks. Quiz wonders whether the licensed Victualler of South Australia Ever consider that at 12 o clock every Day the members of the women s Christian Temperance Union Are fervently praying for them. Noontide is the official time for prayer for the . Just at that moment Boniface is struggling with the Beer engine in order to keep the last of the free lunches supplied with liquid refreshment and possibly he is in too excited a state to experience the spiritual Grace which is somewhere hovering around. At this Mystic hour quiz has seen certain of his publican friends affected by a shivering fit but until recently he had imagined the attack to be due to a " late night with the the explanation seems very simple when you know All about it. The conscience of the Beer dispenser has suddenly been awakened by the Echo of countless prayers and Well it s no wonder he goes to the whisky bottle again some of their friends Are having a great laugh at the expense of the licensed Victualler because of the postponement of the annual picnic last week. " the idea they said of a body of hotel keepers being afraid of a Little rain when water is As much a part of their Stock in Trade As it is that of the however quiz Hopes that the Boniface had a right Good time of it yesterday. It is Over a month since chief Secretary Gordon promised to Intro Duce an amending licensing Bill into the legislative Council and now it has been promised that the measure will be brought before the Council this week. Perhaps when these lines appear in print the Bill will have been placed upon the notice paper. But Why All this delay 1 the alterations required in legislation Are not of a complicated character. What is desired is that the Law with regard to clubs should be placed on a More equitable footing that the clubs should not without contributing any thing to the state be allowed to com Pete with hotels which have to Phy v heavy licence fees. A couple of clauses would remove the difficulty. The worst of it is that the session is drawing to a close and unless great care is exercised the licensing Bill will become one of the slaughtered innocents. A few weeks ago the legislative Council had Little or nothing to do and a consideration of the licensing Laws would have been Welcome to Hon. Members. . Will have to watch the course of events very closely or the Bill in which they Are interested will run a very great risk of being shelved. Additions to s. A. Hotel opposite railway station Adelaide. The third Section thirty new bedrooms three new hot and cold bathrooms a now open for visitors. Great reductions to permanent . Late manager of the German club Pirie Street has taken the National hotel Pirie Street Adelaide. A splendid Hall Well adapted for dancing classes socials Public meetings &c., at reasonable prices. Dolphin hotel Rundle Street. Geo. Gardner proprietor. First class accommodation for visitors. Excellent Saloon bar. Easy distance to All theatres. Special prices in All liquors and Beers and Only the Best brands kept. Waitl of Zetland hotel Flinders Street. L. F. Wicklein proprietor. Best accommodation and Best brands of All liquors. Conveyance sent to meet every train. Telegrams and letters promptly attended to. Mrs. M. Hodgkins late of Imperial and Grange hotels has taken the Windsor hotel North East Road via Walkerville and will be pleased to see any of her Many friends. Best of spirits Only kept. Accommodation for boarders. Moderate charges. Hill & co s coaches pass four times daily. Mary Hodgkins sole proprietress. Junction hotel Petersburg. T. J. Barrett late of Snow town. Excellent accommodation. Horses and traps on hire. Billiards. Sample room. Sale Yards. Loose boxes. Only Best brands liquors kept in Stock. The grand cof place Hindley Street. 3me. By list of the Terowie refreshment rooms. ? luncheon from 12 to 2. Three courses one shilling. Tea from 5 o clock. Night Porter. Telephone 594

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