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INDISPENSABLE I RAYNE’S POCKET DATE BOOK. JIMT ruM.WMUb Mm omm MHUxmm

INDISPENSABLE I RAYNE’S POCKET DATE BOOK. JIMT ruM.WMUb Mm omm MHUxmm

INDISPENSABLE RAYNE’S POCKET DATE BOOK. JIMT ruM.WMUb Mm fin Rkllllao' lafonMtloa far On* PurrhaMra of tbit work will not oalj W naklM cow UnalMU, bat «UIW alas ad<UafU itMlaaSoTtaa dnerrlua ebaiUUa. Tha aban va>k, jot a oaanaltat aba for Uw waiauoat psckat, aCoald aa tha paaaaaa
March 3, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LATEST URBAN FILM PRODUCTIONS.

LATEST URBAN FILM PRODUCTIONS.

SOLE PROPRIETORS and MRHUFROTURERE tha ealabratad Holme* ia so striking, so realistic, that one scarcely realises the fact that the wonderful detective ia only a hero of fiction, an imaginary personage evolved from the brain of a clever anther. Mr. Gillette, the popular actor an
March 3, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AGENCY

AGENCY

BAWN'B U. TletorU-pand*, Balhtn-blll Losdot. B.W. *PhoM. 117 V BvUvraM. Tela.," Ordertea. Lcndoo.*' AVNE and HOPE (RONALD and EVELYN), in Emperor’s Divorce.' Orest sttcc. Stockport. March S. Pst., Glasgow. BAZLEY, SYD, the Peculiar Comedian. Unprecedented success Schacabae, elev
March 3, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

P A R LAT O, raouujM ud mraaMH AToa, MM/MdlMmm-nd. Umtrla*f tlumimM. tfprifr'llt Mw/e (OHtfoil PriiUn,^ 11 yx I I Y' ) . ' Permanent Addreas, C. R. Parlato, 1, Mdnkuiini rtl., Yirks. For tbls a<l«Jru»* w« Card.
March 3, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A T I E

A T I E

A T I
March 3, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TWO MILES BICYCLE HANDICAP.

TWO MILES BICYCLE HANDICAP.

First prise, massive plated entree dish. Presented by Mr. G. Adney Payne (trustee). Second prise, silver spirit kettle. Presented by Mr. Jack do Frece. Third prise, salad bowl and servers. Presented by- Mr. has. Brialey. Gent. Lotto, scratch, Ist; Ted Cowan, scratch. 2nd; Jas. Z
July 14, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T IVK STOCK NOVELTIES. Largo giant Rats. Armadillos. 20 good mixed Monkeys. 4 Dogfacoe, 30 mixed Cuban Snakes, 25 10

T IVK STOCK NOVELTIES. Largo giant Rats. Armadillos. 20 good mixed Monkeys. 4 Dogfacoe, 30 mixed Cuban Snakes, 25 10

Mongooses. 8 mixed Imlian C’ranes, MarmozcU, 27 grey Parrots. 1 Gazelle, 1 whitetailed Gnu. 1 Sambur Deer. 10 mixed Kangaroos, i Sloth Bear, very tame. 1 monster Civet Cat. 3 ape Hares, l Cassowarv. 50 grey-breasted Parrakeets. 2000 small birds, 7 ringtail Lemurs. 2 Ipemura. Tel
July 14, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, Good Novelty, for my Booth at Hamilton Fair, next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Wire until Monday night Tex»a.

WANTED, Good Novelty, for my Booth at Hamilton Fair, next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Wire until Monday night Tex»a.

Carter's Museum. Belfast. WANTED, Novelties, with Paintings or Posters, Ocl. and onwards. Apply. Moors, Whitcchapcl-road. London. WANTED. First-Class Novelties, with First- Class Window Flash: also Living Animals. Shares or Salary. Apply. C. Spink, 18. Crisp-st.. Poplar, E.
October 14, 1905 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HIGH IBT IN iMIIATED PHOTOGRAPHY. * A TOUr in the Channel Isles SflnAil Qwlity. Grtaint Sentry. TmmA Rnliitiolly. Ltngtii. 980

HIGH IBT IN iMIIATED PHOTOGRAPHY. * A TOUr in the Channel Isles SflnAil Qwlity. Grtaint Sentry. TmmA Rnliitiolly. Ltngtii. 980

ft. Price, 10s. Poll deeeriptlon ■applied free on application.
October 14, 1905 - The Era - London, London, England
 
READ! READ!! READ!!! DR. WALFORD BODIB AT THE GRAND

READ! READ!! READ!!! DR. WALFORD BODIB AT THE GRAND

THEATRE. The Stochbridge entertainment house threw open door* la«t night for another season, and the initial performance drew an attendance that packect every part of the building. The programme was to a large extent filled by Dr. Bodie, who lays claim to aucn titlee as The Bloo
July 14, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England