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Mrs. CALEB PORTER’S

Mrs. CALEB PORTER’S

JULY 7tn to 19th. 175, Brompton Road, S.W. SALE 7 lh j Y .i 1266 Kensington.
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A WEEK S ENGAGEMENT

A WEEK S ENGAGEMENT

A WEEK ENGAGEMENT SPECIALS FROM THE PROVINCES. Farcical CXxnedy. by John Uabbs, Prrecntcd Oarrick A. Hearn at the Palace Pier. St. Leonank*, June JO. Jamea Fleetwood .... .. .Mr. Eniil Dickie Squires Mr. Krmvt Emblem William ..Mr. Jack Evana Deraid Seaton Mr. and Bixquet Portia F
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP

THEATRICAL GOSSIP

Sir Herbert Tree pubiahers. Mesare. Cassell and Co., have sent us a volume hia ended ’■ Thought® and Afterthought®.” The book, o* full food for reflect ion. Me are quite unable to do justice to in the space left at our dis* poenl the end of a Journa’.iatic week, nor it b.c it* J
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHITBREAD’S INDIA PALE ALE TROUBLES WITH A TELEPHONE.

WHITBREAD’S INDIA PALE ALE TROUBLES WITH A TELEPHONE.

The most fraitful Bource joke* at the present time the Post Office telephone service,” remarked a barrister at the NNandsworth County Court recently the case of an action broojrht by Mr. Mulholland, the well-known theatre proprietor. against the Postmaster-General. The plaintiff
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"THE CREOLE.”

"THE CREOLE.”

DRAMATIC SKETCH AT METROPOLITAN. '■ Th<* t'rrol^ ‘* lui* , »*n an lutrreaiiDC type of heroine, ami am:«I envircnment of tlie AV<stern plaits she becomes doubly so. Mr. Leon M. Lion's heroine. Manta, ha* had rough time from her early girthieHl. the age of sixteen she was compelle
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Kl NDAV ENTKKTAINMKNTS,

Kl NDAV ENTKKTAINMKNTS,

NDAV ENTKKTAINMKNTS, The following report was received from the Theatres and Entertainments Committee ; statement No. 1. separately submitted to us July 1. 1913. we present list of societies which gave cinematograph entertainments on .Sundays during the period from October 1. 191
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Photo bu 11. IV. Jones. '' S2-' | '-^r\tri»«^3^E? s ' v ~~—~c 3^s C' 0 ° / I p

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5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The above photo.'rai h. by it War<i, of Port*- inou’h. •• that of the great Pilui I ?elective, •' Rdvell,”

The above photo.'rai h. by it War<i, of Port*- inou’h. •• that of the great Pilui I ?elective, •' Rdvell,”

The above photo.'rai h. by it War<i, of Port*- inou’h. •• that of the great Pilui I ►elective, •' Rdvell,” iuipereonated by tne departing actor, Mark MelforJ. race, ami tlieir are HmiselioM Worda) keep him company, ami illuminate the Gnat for this day only.” The date suggested is
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Matinee for Children's Outing

Matinee for Children's Outing

The Angel Picture Theatre, Islington High*treet. was crowded with enthusiastic and delighted assembly the occasion of the matinfe given in aid of the Finsbury Children’s Outing Fund. The President. Major Archer-Shee. M.P.. was present, also the Mayor and Mayoress of Finsbury (Ai
5 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England