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IN spite of the recent conviction, automatic machines are still being used. It is time that some definite understanding was arrived at. Manufacturers are about to take concerted action with a view to having the business legalised. Mr. Burdett Coutts having been the first to spea
25 April 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
.4owmen's Notes.

.4owmen's Notes.

Go," the giant elephant from the • , recently boight by Mr. Frank Bostock transported to America, died on Thurs„t while at sea on the ” Georgic," and • to a watery grave. The huge began to pine immediately the sea was started, and despite the unremitting a aTions of his keepers,
20 March 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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A CORRESPONDENT asks us for a list of the fairs that have taken place during the current month in South Wales. We therefore publish the particulars asked for in extenso :- 5 Maenclochog. 20 Newcastle Emlyn. 5 St. Clears. 22 Cayo. 6 Rhayader. 23 Llandilo. 7 Fishguard. 23 Pembroke
29 August 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
Circus Notes.

Circus Notes.

LORD GEORGE SANGER, with his hippodrome, menagerie, and spectacular variety circus, is getting quite near home. On the 3oth inst. the great marquee will be pitched in Sittingbourne, and from there the company will make their way to Gravesend, where they intend to show on Septemb
29 August 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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MR. RAWLINSON asked whether his Lordship meant that they should agree to take less in consideration of the appeal being abandoned. Lord Justice Mathew : Yes, certainly. Lord Justice Vaughan Williams : This is not the case of a poor widow or an injured work. man, who, pending the
20 March 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 

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.Inoros to the discussion at Blairgowrie ueek on the Council's action in prohibiting %s i n the Wellmeadow, a deputation

.Inoros to the discussion at Blairgowrie ueek on the Council's action in prohibiting %s i n the Wellmeadow, a deputation

waited the Town Council. It was moved and .•,,:;(led that the resolution to do away with •: .".lows should be rescinded. On a vote taken four councillors voted for the • ~ws and six against them. So Blairgowrie (telt of its shows. The deputation was .rted I , y about Soo ratepay
25 April 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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COLQUITT gives an exhibition of his skill as a jumper at Tudor's Circus, Blyth. Ariel and Astarte are seen in a clever gymnastic act. Mrs. Dudley Smith appears with her highleaping mare, " Dainty Lass." The Two Mitsutas are smart foot equilibrists. Henderson, a blind musician, i
13 March 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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MADAME Emmy appears at Alexandra's Hippodrome, Aberdare, with her troupe of performing dogs. Selbo gives a club-swinging display. Tray and Rich are smart knockabout comedians. Robb Gilmore submits a bright number. Mdlle. Theodora presents a graceful aerial performance. Stern and
13 March 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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IiATELEV'S Royal Circus opened for a short season in Scott's Yard, Lincoln, on Saturday night last. There was a crowded audience. The artistes appearing included the Garnellas, the Tarras. the S!oan Family. Ryde and Beeman, Mons. Ulna, Alf Burgess, Harry Melding, Frank Newbury,
13 March 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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AT Transfield's Hippodrome, Maidstone, this week, the Borghetti Troupe of daring acrobats, eight in number, give a very interesting performance. The programme also includes Colquitt, a wonderful jumper ; Rose Waller, burlesque artiste ; Ernest and Claire, equestrians, in a novel
30 January 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England