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DOUGLAS

PALACE. - P., Palace and Derby Castie. L.MI.: IA. A 8.. Mr. Cbanes tox; A. M.. Mr. Arthur Britiaan. The Palace has been crowded ever since the opening the new Coliseum. (lancing strains o! .nr. Harry food’s orchestra has attracted an average attendance of ten thonaand people. Th
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
80UTEEKD CK PEA

80UTEEKD CK PEA

80UTEEKD PEA HIPPODROME D. Mr. Walter De Freer, R. M. Mr. \V. 11. Lrnnon. This week; C’has. Austin and h:s coniany in “The Bombshell”; Irene Millar, comedienne; Florrle Elliston, the inimitable vocalist; filters Leighton, in dainty songs and dance.’*; Mart and Pep, acrobatic hand
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM. THEATRE ROY’AL.—Closed. PRINCE WALES THEATRE- Closed. ALEXANDRA THEATRE.-P . Mr Leon Salberg; A. M.. Mr. W. T.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM. THEATRE ROY’AL.—Closed. PRINCE WALES THEATRE- Closed. ALEXANDRA THEATRE.-P . Mr Leon Salberg; A. M.. Mr. W. T.

Gueat.-Once nightly : Mr. Roland Daniel's Co., in ** The Shadows of Great City." This interesting and popular drama i« being played by a strong company, prominent In the cast being Miss Dome Roberts, aho is remembered for her excellent work here a few weeks ago ** The Thief and
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

IWe ooi tajwer iaqoiriee by poet. In ell letters the names and addressee of inquirer* most ffiveo guarantee good fejiii. Imtiele only or will used in the answers if demred.J J. V.—MTiir, certainly. W. 8. (Souliu>ea).—T/ie artittc teat born on Feb. 12. 1870 Bnx. rife to the Shalt
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL THEATRES.

COLONIAL THEATRES.

Australia. J. C. WILLI AMBON, LTD. (with which is Incorporated Clarke and Ltd.). Managers of the leading Aoetralaaian Theatres. SYDNEY. MELBOURNE. BRISBANE. WELLINGTON. N.Z. CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z. And other principal cities. London representative, 1. A. E. Malone, Adelphi Theatre. S
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF HENRY RBNOUF

DEATH OF HENRY RBNOUF

The latest addition the fund rained on behalf Henry Renouf arc from Mr. H. V. Esmond, I guinea from Mr. W. U. and 10s. from Mr. W. £. Kichardaon. ith thin formal announcement preface the sad the de-ath of Mr. Henry Uenoiif. who succumbed to the effect* of trying malady Thursday,
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. MILL BISHOP.

MR. MILL BISHOP.

" The Passing Show.” Mias Millard’s teeth can only b© ih«cribcd the word ” magnificent,” and although a dozen ladies have been found who might bo her twin aister they fall short of her ideal set of teeth. A salary of £25 weekly awaits Ui© lady for the run of the piece who can du
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TWE SHADOW.

TWE SHADOW.

Play without words, One Act, constructed ly Cutbbert Hicks, Music by George Boch&imi.. and Produced for the first time at the Bristol Hippodrome Monday. July 21. Pierrot Mr. William Pr.ng.e Pierrette Mias Marjory Carpenter The Shadow Mr. G. Acton
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KENNA BROTHERS,

KENNA BROTHERS,

Sole Agents THE AIRMEN. EMPIRE, MANCHESTER. DAY’S AGENCY.
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WORLD’S VARIETY AGENCY, 41, Charing Cross Rd., London. Telophons Number has bean changed from City 7434 Roffont 2176. Cabtss. TolSKvams.

WORLD’S VARIETY AGENCY, 41, Charing Cross Rd., London. Telophons Number has bean changed from City 7434 Roffont 2176. Cabtss. TolSKvams.

Runaylor, London/* Artistes booked for England, Continent, Afrlca. Auitralia & America. Representative* all over the World.
30 July 1913 - The Era - London, London, England