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I THE STAGE YEARBOOK FOR 1925. Price 5/- By Post 5/6 Order* should be ad- dressed The Manager. I THE

I THE STAGE YEARBOOK FOR 1925. Price 5/- By Post 5/6 Order* should be ad- dressed The Manager. I THE

STAGE. 16. York St.,Cevent Garden. W.C.2
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE STAGE YEARBOOK for 1925. Price 5/- By Pcti 5/6 Orders should be ad dressed The Manager. THE STAGE, 16.

THE STAGE YEARBOOK for 1925. Price 5/- By Pcti 5/6 Orders should be ad dressed The Manager. THE STAGE, 16.

York Si.. Covent Garden. W.C.2
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE _ST AO E, _Srpt ember _ 10. _1 V2.v Circulation guaranteed to be larger than that of any other

THE _ST AO E, _Srpt ember _ 10. _1 V2.v Circulation guaranteed to be larger than that of any other

Dramatic or Variety paper. AH the Men and Women merely Players. No. 2,321. t Registered at the General Post") Office as a Newspaper. J SEPTEMBER 10, 1925. [TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES.] Price 4D.
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
^IIISS DOLLY HARMER. Xli Wee Georgie Wood*# Co. Australia. ,jy[ I b s" M A BE L LOVE. Address. cj>.

^IIISS DOLLY HARMER. Xli Wee Georgie Wood*# Co. Australia. ,jy[ I b s" M A BE L LOVE. Address. cj>.

THE Stage. AR 1 K C L A Y E a I N G. Char., A rl. ^MKS. J. G. KIMBERLEY "?'-Lii- Authoress, HoTfyhursfc. Wydegre*m. Birmingham. MUTNTE RAINES. Clwa in lis fr.er. CRITERION THEATRE, V*. 'Punnr. kinst<,n 3909. MISS FLORENCE TYRRELL. -M. All coir munk-at ion*. TUB COLISEUAi THEATRE
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
ON TOUR

ON TOUR

. COMPANIES. ADAM A XI# EVA. Rent. 7. R Xor- Wicb 14. P.O.W., Grimsbv. ANNA CJUSTlE. Sept. 7. R., Bath; 14. Pal.. Maidstone ALF'S BUTTON. Aepi. 7, Brixton. ARCADIANS, THE. Sept. 7. Emp., New Crcs; 14. King*., s.utht.ea. ARK YOU A MASON? Sept. 7, R., Sheffield B'ACHELOR BISBAXM. S
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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"THE STAGE" LETTER BOX. Applications for Letters must be made to the LETTER BOX DEPARTMENT, "THE STAGE" Office, 16, York

"THE STAGE" LETTER BOX. Applications for Letters must be made to the LETTER BOX DEPARTMENT, "THE STAGE" Office, 16, York

Street, Covent Garden, W.C., and accompanied an envelope properly stamped and addressed. NO CIRCULARS or PARCELS ADMITTED. jA I Aird. Jo.' Clifford, Noel Gerald, Miss Tin* Ley land, Arthur Ring, Jewel Alfreda, Mr. Clifford, Mr. H. H. Gerrard, Bob Le Dair, Jack Ronaine, Miss Cair
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LEEDS

LEEDS

. From Our Own Correspondent. GRAND (M.D., John Hart; G.M., J. E. B. Beaumont; R.M., Regiuald Hunt; Mus.D., Victor Willis).--A return visit from Henry Baynton and company in a round of Shakespearean and other plays drew a good house on Monday. Mr. Baynton presented "The Winter's
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
ENGAGED

ENGAGED

. Mr. Lauderdale Beckett by Mr. Leonard Harriaou for juvenile leading business. Mr. Jack Lindon and Miss Gladys March as principal comedian and prin cipal boy for pantomime with Palla dium Productions.
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
GOLF

GOLF

. STAGE ING SOCIETY'S MEDAL. The contest for the August medal of the Stage G.8. ended in a tie between Guy Fane and Ernest Graham at net. On that occasion Fane had an allowance of 15 strokes. Sin thefa he has had his handicap reduced by three strokes, but at Wimbledon Park last F
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL CARDS. WOTbi.--Artuta desiring to metmd* i he words termination vf tour aud nanung the company concerned, must etwlvse a

THEATRICAL CARDS. WOTbi.--Artuta desiring to metmd* i he words termination vf tour aud nanung the company concerned, must etwlvse a

statement signed h>i the man- 1 sfdMRl to the effect that the tour is finishing LADIES. YmriH IfK B D A C T o Dis., Coin., Juvs. l Eyre Street, Chesterfield. VfDMK. ISA ALSTOK, ItA Ballet Mistress. Only London ad., '9, Talgarth Koad, W. Riverside 794. CHARLOTTE K. BALLIXGKR, Mrs
10 September 1925 - The Stage - London, London, England