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MR. J RICE CASSIDY

MR. J RICE CASSIDY

MR. RICE CASSIDY representative enjoyed with Mr. Rice Cassidy at well-known Club one afternoon tha* week, the genial actor observed; - " Though name is particularly Irish, may 1 remark, and with all due respect that charming Island, my name derived from Cavio, a Venetian root. In
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MRS. C. W. OARTHORME

MRS. C. W. OARTHORME

AAe have been asked to recommend the Alaaonic readers of our paper the sad case Mn*. C. AV. Garthorne. who has been nominated for the Royal Ala«>nic Benevolent Institution, at the forthcoming election in Alay, Airs. Garthome, the widow of (Varies AV. Garthorne, actor well known
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DECORATIONS AND LIGHTING OP UNIQUE AND CHARMING DESIGN.

DECORATIONS AND LIGHTING OP UNIQUE AND CHARMING DESIGN.

SPACIOUS and COMFORTABLE SEATING. GRAND FOYER AND LOUNGE, Unrivalled in the Kingdom. LARGEST and MOST UP-TO-DATE STAGE. Enabling any Production, however large, to properly staged. Visited by Mies Join Neilbon, Anna Pavlova. D’Ovly Carte’s, and Mr. Courtneidge's Loudon Prodnction
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FELD

FELD

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15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUM'S THE WORD

MUM'S THE WORD

For pure, unadulterated fun. Mum's the Word," which was produced on Monday last at the Walthamstow Palace, would bard to beat, and Mr. Edward Harris is congratulated on success of ids latest achievement. Tins new piece takes comparatively few minutes to play, but is so packed wi
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR C W RAMSAYS BENEFIT

MR C W RAMSAYS BENEFIT

Dor n« twr.ve years* sojonrn In Sheffield Mr C. W. Ramsay, the acting-manager Alexandra Theatre, has endeared himself to all classes of the community his sound buflineso methods, unfailing courtesy, and lovable disposition It was therefore not surprising that the big theatre was
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AX APPEAL FOK THE FUND.

AX APPEAL FOK THE FUND.

APPEAL FOK THE FUND. Mr. Hairy Blake replied fur the Fund and Inslilnlion. said that ahile the Ze, fmm the trrecn cards nerved for the upkeep the Institution, it did not provide for the oul •tow relief in the way ol a.aistmn the p.««vr artislf* to their emragemeivta. would like t
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

.Mr. Tom Morion propueeil '*f ' Tlo Pre-ss.*’ Tlk' j»rol(K' : Prcfs. lie ?aul. in kiiMlly Riven all puHieity to the iloinsrs nrift actions of the Mii>ic Hill VrtiKte.-* Uail'Any Association. The varuty articles imirlil S»» pn»u<l their Pros. They all sanl they had the larße.'t c
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PUNCHINELLOS.

THE PUNCHINELLOS.

Before Mr. Justice Darling and Special Jury, Wednesday, conimenceil action for alleged breach of contract, brought against the Palace Theatre (Limited) by Mr. Harry <>abriel Ptdisaier, proprietor cf ’’The Follies" entertainnu nt. January cf 1912 was agreed between the parties th
15 March 1913 - The Era - London, London, England