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HERBERT WILLIAMS. Principal Comedian, Lyceum Theate, W.C. R. LEONARD J. Utdinr BntineM. Offen “Til* Blow Pie, Tianton. WILLIAMS, Mr. BREMBER

HERBERT WILLIAMS. Principal Comedian, Lyceum Theate, W.C. R. LEONARD J. Utdinr BntineM. Offen “Til* Blow Pie, Tianton. WILLIAMS, Mr. BREMBER

WILLS, "The Broken Melody" Tour. , 28H>. 0. , Scarborongb. the Human Marionette. Impersonations. Write for booklet. 11, Sothebj- road, Higbbanr. ‘Phone 4747 Clip.
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

r I T T I, K I. A N E, .7™. kr*')'. »■> Jcssir. The Li it If Mulhcr, The Fatal Alexandra T., Rirniingh'in. lifAOTKtt WAI.TKK NEVILLK. StnrmT. r ?. »i>l> Doughty. Esq.. Bohbip In (Omni Kite." This wefk, Opera Mouse, (.'ork. | MISS TERRY, -* Principal Girl Bla« Binl " Co. Nov. 28,
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Trri.r. ssK tuftsin the iMdie* 4l *^ * tinction. They are ideqMtely excellent company, the pl«e® It "■wmifOMAM. - Bovu

Trri.r. ssK tuftsin the iMdie* 4l *^ * tinction. They are ideqMtely excellent company, the pl«e® It "■wmifOMAM. - Bovu

- JUnsflef Pirefior, Mr Tom B. Dn»U; Oe»erslMsiis»»r. Mr. Philip Bodwsy.-Mr. Msrtln Msrrey ht» company are mskin* welcome hrre in capital repertoire. all ol them Mr. Haney hat future.l prominently, and oa« re ilemonttrated what capable I*. The Breed ol Ihr Trfthami wae prod need
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
QUALITY COMFORT

QUALITY COMFORT

Wlnaa Spirits Llquaurs Coff** Cigar* QituN't Thkuki or VAtiKTiia.— Proprietor*, The Cattleford Queen'* Theatre Co., Ltd.; Ilauagiiif- Director*, Meuar*. Cbas. Beanland and W. H. finerron.—Hal Whitby open* the evening with some catchy songs; popular tom ia contributed by Queen, B
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Waller Fawn ore on prepnrinc make hit first entrant# an SimplkiUt necMMUied Mr. Jack Morrinon. hi* understudy, taking Um pari

Waller Fawn ore on prepnrinc make hit first entrant# an SimplkiUt necMMUied Mr. Jack Morrinon. hi* understudy, taking Um pari

in th# early scenes of the piece. Mr. Morrison showed considerable bnmoar. Mr. Passmore afterward* resumed the part, and plockily went the other acta, playing wilh bis nsaal drollery and point. Mr. Olirer J. Round the melancholy Jockey acted with much quaintnens and comic force,
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARLES SHEARD S CO.’s PANTOMIME HITS

CHARLES SHEARD S CO.’s PANTOMIME HITS

JOE ARCHER’S
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A POKER PARODY.

A POKER PARODY.

Mr. Richard F. Symons, of the Lyceum Theatre, knows his Rhakeepcarc and how play poker; henco the following parody on Hamlet’s soliloquy : To play not play, that the question : Whether ‘tis nobler in the gam? suffer The slings and arrows risky hand to lake arms Against a sea of
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WATER RATS’ MATINEE.

THE WATER RATS’ MATINEE.

The fund that is set apart the Grand Order of Water Rats for of dixtreas among brother and fister artists receives a very sensible addition from the annual matinfe, which thia year waa given at the Oxford. Many members the distinguished order offer their services gratuitously fo
26 November 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
mentioned It to hit mother or resells, but foe all that be interiavd to NMI its requvst. "Please come and

mentioned It to hit mother or resells, but foe all that be interiavd to NMI its requvst. "Please come and

We tomorrow afternoon between thee and five.—Mona. To-day was yesterday's to-toarrow, and at the Stroke of three he meant to be at Northfield. He could not in the least goers what Heim wanted him for, but slum be re. solved to break off their engagement. if she gave him only the
26 November 1910 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England