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PEKXKE.

PEKXKE.

GRAND THEATRE. P.. Mr. W. E. Willis; R. M.. Mr. James Gunn. This (twice nightly) : The Ten Loonies, in their hilarious sketch. “The Crazy Comedy Band the Randles, in comedy net. "Subdued"; Adkin, the clever ventriloquist; Ethel Stephenson; Denbv and Dent, comedians; and WORKMEN’S
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PALLIDIDV.

THE PALLIDIDV.

A programme of all-roond u prefieoted Mr. Oailiver the Palladiam week. For the week Oranville and Lsura PirrpcDt. with their clever company, are giving performance* of <that itirrieg playlet. *' The System.*’ There ia not dull moment in the aketch. and that its ernart acting mee
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHEMICAL GLEANING & DYEING CO.

CHEMICAL GLEANING & DYEING CO.

Pioneers of Theatrical Cleaning, «, ARGYLL STREET, RECENT STREET, LONDON, W. A. W. FISHER, I EQRSK3aHVi •* OtMining, London.** GtH9rtil JVono^^f.
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN LIVERPOOL.

AMUSEMENTS IN LIVERPOOL.

ROTAL COURT TuMIM. BUAKEBPEAKB.—Ctosed. ROTUNDA. —Mr. M. Montgomery- If Mr. Fred C°lm; Mu*. D., Mr. Noff^B2i«| stock company here have during the week aeated twice nightly E. MilcheiMn a etirnng drama "The Traitor.** which haa been much predated Mr. George B. Butler played the t
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACTS, ARTISTES, AMD AGENTS.

ACTS, ARTISTES, AMD AGENTS.

Mr. Rufe Naylor, the sell known and coioaial agent, reluroed London Monday after a South African tour. Mr. Naylor'* impressions upon vaudeville mailers Africa ire given in another column. Dr. Walford die has jnai. arranged, through Char Agency, two at the Grand Theatre, Douglas,
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AFRICAN THEATRES TRUST

AFRICAN THEATRES TRUST

NEW COMBINE CONTROL* AFKU VAI'DEVILLE. Kufe r»*turofil «o Croo. Africa the Cattle * satur day after beiag away total period of ool.' teu week.' that time Sir Uufe Naylor travelling for tveeka, and thu* apent barely month Johannesburg, but more atnuaemeot liquidatioria und *en£at
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LADIES* GUILD AMALGAMATION. In reference to the article Charities Amalgamation Spot Light," in oor journal Jely 9. have tbe following

LADIES* GUILD AMALGAMATION. In reference to the article Charities Amalgamation Spot Light," in oor journal Jely 9. have tbe following

opiiucns and lettera; - Mias Lottie Albert 1 am against any amalgamation Guild with institution. work is quite separate." Mrs. Herbert Shelley I bold that tbe Ladies' Guild essentially women's society, admin atcred women (or nomeo. 1 cannot possibly sec bow tbe introduction of m
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Vkoto by Ccn ral Acht*. A bevy of indnntrions Indy helpers—Mile. De Dio, Miss Flo Kerry, Miss Marie Kendall, Miss Elsie Robey, and Miss Maudie Vere.

Vkoto by Ccn ral Acht*. A bevy of indnntrions Indy helpers—Mile. De Dio, Miss Flo Kerry, Miss Marie Kendall, Miss Elsie Robey, and Miss Maudie Vere.

by Ccn ral Acht*. A bevy of indnntrions Indy helpers—Mile. Dio, Miss Flo Kerry, Miss Marie Kendall, Miss Elsie Robey, and Miss Maudie Vere. tninaienU, and it pkasing find that the King and Queen had set the mark of Royal r?- tognliioa upon the pr&fesaion which Mlfi Tilley adurncd
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW THE BUREAU WORKS.

HOW THE BUREAU WORKS.

The Editorial Department of the Bureau will deal with MSS. sent in, advising Authors as to any necessary alterations. Authors on the Bureau's registers will asked to submit ideas and suggestions with view to obtaining commissions for the work wanted. small commission varying acc
16 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England