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•USINESS MANAGERS.

•USINESS MANAGERS.

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22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL a THEATRE RIGHTS.

MUSIC HALL a THEATRE RIGHTS.

MUSIC HALL THEATRE RIGHTS. JANE. The grefct farcical euccess. Full Palladium Company Vacant April 7, 21, Aug. 11. THE NIGHT OF THE PARTY. OROSSMITII'S areat success. Another Laughing Hit. All the abore play*.l twice a night. No tedious waits. Dates reqmr*Ml for really good Music
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BARLOWE BORLAND PRESENTS

BARLOWE BORLAND PRESENTS

CUNNING, FROM PORTLAND TO LIDERTY March 24-T.R., COLCHESTER. March 31-T.R. STRATFORD, E. dates— ARTHUR JEFFERSON, 132, Charing: Cross Road, London, ryfkYLY PARTE OPERA OOMPANT. March 24, GAIETY THEATRE, DUBLIN Ali applications for permiaalon for amateur performances the Operas S
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CLEANERS and DYERS

CLEANERS and DYERS

the following is unique : Comment needless.
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A COMPLETE COMPENDIUM OF THE THEATRE.

A COMPLETE COMPENDIUM OF THE THEATRE.

NCI PAL »NTK A Series of Interesting Uories Contributed by Mimm CLUE* TERRY Madame SARAH BERNHARDT m/ 99 EVELYN N'ALROY mt99 MARIE BLANCHE Mima TIN BNITTON Mima AMY BRANDON THOMAS Mlaa PHYLLIS OARS Mlaa CWC GRLENM Mlam MARGARtT HALSTAM Mlaa MORA KERIN Mlaa LYDIA KYASHT Mlaa ELLA
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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March 22,

March 22,

22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KAKLV MEMORIES

KAKLV MEMORIES

MEMORIES Tin* first lady ever made* love to the stag. -was the beautiful Mrs. Itemsby. The second w.o- called upon to woo was 'e x-e a person than Miss Ellen T. rry. then only in he r twenty-sixth year. It was in a tour.ng company that firrt met her, organised by the great noveli
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MODERN PROGRESS.

MODERN PROGRESS.

disparagement of the playwright* of the sixties and seventies say that the present genention authors dealt with more searching subjects and crying themes of the hour, for large percentage of the twentieth-century public needed deeper note to be struck. Great the educational infl
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS CiEHTIU HE ELLIOTT

MISS CiEHTIU HE ELLIOTT

MISS CiEHTIU ELLIOTT ilrawinjr clo*p. Rohert-son null need amid loud eluer. that In.* fa-p.velt of the did not ineJnde C.Vr Kill tt. hoped that the time won'd not he far distant when, after he had retired. have the honour of hefor • a audience and once more the unteal of a first
22 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England