THEATRE ROYAL. M., Mr. Frank VV eat hereby.—This week (once nightly): Miss Cecilia Dare presents Monday and Wednesday. •• Sowing the Wind’'; Tuesday and Saturday. ■‘Moths**; Thursday and Friday, She Stoops Conquer.’' The company includes: Mr. Conrad Hey wood. Mr. Ernest Lodge. M
THEATM.E ROYAI., BRIGnTOS. ANTED, First cias* Attraction* only, June 30. July 7. Addresa. Las son Lambert, above. H HOWLANDS KOOK INO IT WANTED. Jlitfh-clafcH CORONET THEATKB, LONDON. W. Jul>. Aug., Willi «-\«aj»lh»U.-«. Ft'LUAM THEATRE. \utuinn DEVONSHIRE PARK T. EASTBOURNE. Ju
WANTED, Pantomime Artiste* for next Xmas. Photos., terms, and particulars, to Brooks'* Agency. 36. Shafteshury avenue. >V. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED. Coach and Stage Manager, for Paisley Opera Club, producing The Cingalce in Feb.. 1914. Apply Mr. W. Dykes Brown, solicitor. 97 High-s
Mil ANTE I) Let. Several Strong Dramas. By NIT A RAF Addresa. 10. Tabley road. Park. N WANTED, to Let. '* A Soldier and a Man." " hat a Man Made Her." " of Men." Sutton Vane. Herbert Leonard. Frank Harvey Dramas. W eathcrabya Agency. 3. Bedfordstreet. W.C. «mr4NTKD Let. ' Tantru
district. 450 ft. above sea level. Pure mountain oir. Splendid public Golf Course adjoining Hotel; also Ladies' Course. Cable c-ars run to and from city every three minutes to 11.30 p m. Terms moderate. For descriptive brochure apply to Manager.
VESTA TILLEY TOUE. Addrew. Walter 39. Croee-road. W.C. EL I A Pennanent nddroaa. ATonmoatb Honae. iludeford. Haota Bmlniai ana. bote nddreaa Art late to her Sngrr tipa. MISS DAISY DORMER Thu» week. Empire. Ilolborn Next week. EMPIRE. NEWPORT Xbum, Princiiml Girl. GRAND THEATRE,
Juin- 9. EMI’IHK. KIItFI'IELD. Busmcsa Manager. Erneei Edelslen. ITT I II Address. *’ The Era R. ILL V S KxcJu.ii ensued London Theatre Varieties Pantomime, Drury Lane Theatre. Mr Harry Day. Day's Agency Myself, the wife, and the family
THE HAND OF DESTINY. The Great Play of Modern French Society. THE EYES OF THE WORLD. The Domestic Drama of Human Rmottone. FACING THE WORLD ALONE. An original dramatic version of MOTHS. J. EDWARD WHITir, June 9, GRAND THEATRE, STOCKTON