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Miss Tiolet ▼anbrugh’n Btbnt.

Miss Tiolet ▼anbrugh’n Btbnt.

Miss Tiolet ▼anbrugh’n P*w are aware that it was in a burlesque of Henry Irving's production of Fnutt, which was running Toole’s Theatre, that Miss Violet Vanbrugh made her first appearance on the stage, hut she haa told readers The Sketch so in a mod; interesting interview. ** 1
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

THE DRAMA IN PARIS.

“IES MARIONETTES " Comedy, in Foor AcU, by 11. Pierre Wolff. Produced (ho ComOdie-Francaise on Oct. 26. De Ferney N. lit Hogt-r de Monclan 11. Giand Due de Gauge* M. Gbanval BonniOrw M. Paul Numa Vaimont M. Jaiqim Fbbauoy Pierre Vareine M. Alixanumk de Munclaru Mua. Pibbat Berou
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DR AX ATI O AMD MUSICAL LAW.

DR AX ATI O AMD MUSICAL LAW.

ATI AMD MUSICAL LAW. Being digest of the Law relating to Theatre# and Music Halls, and containing chapters on Theatrical Contracts, Theatrical, Music and Dancing, and Excise Licences. Dramatic and Musical Copyright, Ac., with an Appendix containing tho Acts of Parliament relating
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

LONDON MUSIC HALLS.

Alhambra _ rmiNA.'* SpecUcaUr BaUci. LEONORA. ICO. BUITTA. “FALL IN. ROOKIES'" By Hanry Arthur Jsae*. FERNAND FREY. Tun Kwai Troup*. Jury - * Ficturra, "ON THK SANDS/ - Mana«lna Uinctor. ALFRED EMPIRE (Leiceatar^qaar*). "THE, FAUN." a fanlaey Dors Bright. Lydia Kyaeht, Fred rarr
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
H DICKY'S MOTHIB.”

H DICKY'S MOTHIB.”

DICKY'S MOTHIB.” HAIL, SMILING MORN. (WILL YOU SING THIS GLEE WITH MB?) WILKIE BARD. A. Skc4ch namao latcfest. Twa Bceaes. Adapted by Miss Dorothy Mai lord from Miw Wylla*a Story. *' The Other Woßta.” aad Prodaeed the Foresters* ob Monday. Oct. at. Richard A ayes Mb. William Bocl
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ON THE SILVERY SANDS.

ON THE SILVERY SANDS.

MI3B MADGE TEMPLE.
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IF I HAD THE WORLD TO GIVE YOU

IF I HAD THE WORLD TO GIVE YOU

DAVE CARTER. THERE ARE NICE GIRLS EVERYWHERE, wnn ounuffe. I DON’T MIND LEAVING THE DEAR HOMELAND. to« cosieiui. THERE’S A LITTLE BLACK CUPID IN THE MOON. IN CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME IN JAPAN. •'oak ooluns. (Continued from page 23.) F.i L !. ■OMQB, WKITBKB. AMD (DMUS. Obbat a as Mess
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
and when Messrs. Eikin complained, I have from Day’s evidence, which 1 accept, that pending (he litigation, pending the aacartaimnent

and when Messrs. Eikin complained, I have from Day’s evidence, which 1 accept, that pending (he litigation, pending the aacartaimnent

of the respective righU of the parties, pended (he farther sales of this work. That, I think, shows that, far as he was concernied, he only desired to do that which was right and honourable between two opposing publishers, and he put himself in this position, that if ultimately
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONTRACTS AND IMMEDIATE WORK

CONTRACTS AND IMMEDIATE WORK

AT LIBERTY!
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
8.8. Pictures at Dundee.

8.8. Pictures at Dundee.

Tnt 8.8. Pictures are going strong in Dundee, their success being an eloquent testimony the capable management of the hustling district manager. Mr. Tom Lunn. The programme pre at the Palace Theatre this week very attractive one. and includes, amongst others, the follow ing fine
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England