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HUGH D.

HUGH D.

enterprise The name of Hugh D. Mclntosh has come to associated with big deals. That is why has been re-christencd Huge Deal Mclntosh in Australia. A few months ago in a few houra he completed the purchase of one of the finest vaudeville circuits in the world-the Harry Rickards’
19 February 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LEO* VXKT TOUR

THE LEO* VXKT TOUR

ABERAVON PALACE.—The Zancigs, Bird, Walsh and Holt. Wf , . . BARKY DOCKS PALACE.—Dora and Players, Jock McNeil. CARMARTHEN PALACE.-Pictures. ILKESTON PICTUREDROME. - George Bowes’ pantomime. ’’ Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. LLANELLY PALACE.-Graham. Little Marie Carpenter, Kath
19 February 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A LAST NIGHT HAG TIME.

A LAST NIGHT HAG TIME.

The close the circus season in took place on list, the huge bunding being crammed from floor celling with enthusiastic crowd, these days when pessimistic writers ace bewailing the '• u«cad«nco the circus" It U lateresliug know from Mr. himself that this circus season has all the
19 February 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FLTXOUTX.

FLTXOUTX.

THEATRE ROYAL -D , Mr. J. M. Glover; A, M.. Mr. Allan Attwater.—This week Mr. bonis Meyer's Co., in "The Glad Eye." Lawrence Robbins. Alfred Drayton. Frank Bradley, Robert Entwistle, Leslie Kyle. G. Pedgrift, Stanley Groome, H. W. Hewlett. H. Conyers. Marguerite Cellier, Lilian
19 February 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRANK COYLE'S AGENCY.

PRANK COYLE'S AGENCY.

WANTED, for and Galas. Whit Monday, onwards. Big Specialities. Acrobats. Gymnasts, Artistes doing Two Acts; also variety Aiiisiea all line*, Feb. 24. March 3, 10. Nothing too big or if good. 1, Oobs Platts-drive, Beeston, Leeds. ‘Phone, 4195. Telegrams, “Alarm. Beeeton. Torkß.'’
19 February 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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EUROPE AND BALKANS

EUROPE AND BALKANS

LESS DISQUIETIRG OUTLOOK. TSAR’S DISTORTED LETTER
19 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FROM A FRENCH POINT OF VIEW

FROM A FRENCH POINT OF VIEW

Sir, —I met a Frenchman last Saturday morning. He was very excited about Captain Scott, and his comments seem to me February 19, sufficiently original to deserve the of your readers. a tentl on What a week for England. mo n You English, you are the very devil are never done with
19 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOME FLEET LEAVE.

HOME FLEET LEAVE.

At Easter all Home Fleet ships are to go to their own ports to give leave—a great boon to the men. ♦%,.»<»« --- ■•*» "* * •
19 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES FOR SALE.

ARTICLES FOR SALE.

I^YCLES. —Lady « and Gentleman Model do 4 Luxe. Purchased Sept. last. Fitted B.S.A. i-speed gears, all accessories, gear cases; reason expliined| perfect. £4 IDs. each. . 3, AUBERT PARK, HIGHBURY, LOROOH. EDUCATIONAL 'C'RER next Tuesday, 0.30 p.m., at COSMO* A POLIS, m, High Hol
19 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
February 19,

February 19,

19 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England