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MERCURIES ACROSS THE SEA! By MARGERY ROWLAND

MERCURIES ACROSS THE SEA! By MARGERY ROWLAND

■ASHLEY DUKES is considering a plan whereby his Mercury Theatre would link up with the now famous Mercury Theatre in New York with a view to possible interchange of material and personnel. Both theatres have won very special reputation and high position of their own—the London o
7 April 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SALARY QUOTA FOR FOREIGN ARTISTS

SALARY QUOTA FOR FOREIGN ARTISTS

Government Action ■I HE Ministry of Labour has adopted the recommendation of the V.A.F. that a salary quota shall be imposed foreign artists. In a letter to variety managements the Ministry point out that the employment of foreign artists shall be governed in the aggregate over
7 April 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER SUPPORTS S.O.

MANCHESTER SUPPORTS S.O.

—Page Panton Street Patter BROADMEAD HOUSE, Wednesday YESTERDAY (Tuesday) the Negotiating Panel of the Association met and discussed the K.R.S. reply to the C.E.A.’s overtures on the subject of A films and percentage. After a long session, in which the stand taken by the K R.S.
7 April 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CALL FOR LADY SPEAKERS.

CALL FOR LADY SPEAKERS.

There had been no great response. however. to the appeal for more lady speakers. The value of • debating society lay in the tact that people listened to two points of view, and the subjects they discussed were in the main of importance In a democratic country. The only way democ
2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Crewe Corporation Bill.

Crewe Corporation Bill.

CROSVILLE COMPANY'S PETITION WITHDRAWN. The petition lodged by Cro'wllle Motor Services at the House of Commons against the Crewe Corporation Bill has been withdrawn. The object of the bill is to empower the Corporation to construct street and water works, and to acquire land fo
2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER CONSERVATIVES

CHESTER CONSERVATIVES

Annual Meeting Of The Association. MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES. Col. W. A. V. Churton's Appeal For More Volunteers. Speaking at the annual meeting of the Chester Division Conservative Association, at the Assembly Rooms, on Monday evening, Col. W A. V. Churton made an appeal to voluntee
2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES WANTED.

MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES WANTED.

They wanted more volunteers to come forward to stand as candidates at the municipal elections, and he would like the secretary of the Association to have a sort of waiting list, so that he could call upon people who had volunteered to contest an election whenever the necessity a
2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
1 ACRE. 3 ROODS. IS-PERCHER, With IPcssemton.

1 ACRE. 3 ROODS. IS-PERCHER, With IPcssemton.

1 ACRE. 3 ROODS. IS - PERCHER, With IPcssemton. Pa rt icu tars from the Auctioneers: or DAVID HUGHES. Eno.. Solicitor. Chester.
2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Will Bell by Auction

Will Bell by Auction

100 FAT CATTLE, DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS, BARRENS. STIRKS. YEARLINGS and BULLS. includuig 11 Hereford Yearling Heifers and Bullock in forward conditr 200 SHEEP, LAMBS. PlO5 ands .LVE6 Further Entries respectfully Invited. Usual Cash Prises. TATTENHALL, CHESHIRE An Attractive Freeh
2 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England