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BEERBOHM - TREE. Address, HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. MABEL Disengaged Town only. Address, c/o The Era Office. LOVE, CICELY Disengaged. Address Rowena, Hampton Wick. RICHARDS, CROWE, SIDNEY Address, • I, Vinery-villas, Park-road, N.W. IDA MOLESWORTH, Address, 11, St. Edmund’s terrace
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. OSCAR ASCHE and MISS LILY BRAYTON, Australia. C/o Meynell & Gunn, T. 8., Melbourne. ]%fR. and MRS. F. BENSON

MR. OSCAR ASCHE and MISS LILY BRAYTON, Australia. C/o Meynell & Gunn, T. 8., Melbourne. ]%fR. and MRS. F. BENSON

■l*-"- Address, 11, Henrietta street. Covent Garden. W.C. TVfll. GORDON BAILEY (Hajmarket) and MISS i.UCY WILSON. 1, Inglewood Ilonse. Wcf. End-lano, N.W. MR. and MRS. H. NYE CHART H. N. C. as MAJOR THESIGER.. THE PLAYHOUSE. and MRS. NORMAN MACOWAN •L'A (Miss VIOLET STERNE), Dis
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LEA& PERRINS’ SAUCE

LEA& PERRINS’ SAUCE

The Original and Genuine WORCESTERSHIRE. January 1, 1910 READY SHORTLY. CHARITY AND THE PROFESSION By F. H. PEDGRIFT. Illustrated by Photograph and Autograph. See THE ERA ANNUAL, 1910. Rhymes of showland By Rev. T. HORNE. Illustrated Photograph and Autograph. See THR ERA ANNUAL,
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
phrase lam Query.” Of course, the comic songs and the choruses of the year are utilised, and the fulness the

phrase lam Query.” Of course, the comic songs and the choruses of the year are utilised, and the fulness the

popularity each, will attained if wo may judge the hearty way in •which the vast audience the occasion of our visit took up the refrains of some of the numbers. Especially was this the case of D-o-u-g-h,’ sung by Mr. Lew Leslie the villainous Squirt Stubble. A really admirable s
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE ERA” NEWSPAPER.

"THE ERA” NEWSPAPER.

Hotlo* to Contrlbatora. All communications intended for publication should sent to Th« Editoe,” and be accompanied the Writer’s Name and Address, not necessarily for insertion, bat as a guarantee of good faith. The Editor will not undertake to be responsible for any rejected MSS
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
READY EARLY IN JANUARY

READY EARLY IN JANUARY

FORTY-THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 1910 THE EnTANNUAL_ I9IO 5. TAVISTOCK STREET. STRAND. W.C. IVTEW pieces produced AT THE LONDON THEATRES See THE ERA ANNUAL, 1910. -VTEW PIECES PRODUCED AT THE PROVINCIAL THEATRES. See THE ERA ANNUAL, 1910. PIECES PRODUCED AT THE PARIS THEATRES. S
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DRESS YOU’RE

DRESS YOU’RE

DO YOU MISS ME IN THE I CAN’T KEEP MY EYES Artists singring: our Songrs are particularly requested to advise us, so that we can record their success in these columns. DEAR HOMELAND? OFF THE GIRLS.
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ST., W.C. 4447 GERHARD.

ST., W.C. 4447 GERHARD.

January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT RAYMOND

THE GREAT RAYMOND

The famous American illusionist and magician, Maurice F. Raymond, has made his initial appearance in this country at the Hackney Empire this week, and proved immense attraction. The Great Raymond’s comedy spirit seance proved highly diverting and caused unbounded amusement to cr
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Note from Nottingham,

A Note from Nottingham,

The Empress Rink, Nottingham, is to the fore with Christmas arrangements. Upwards of 4000 people visited this popular rink on Monday, when an exciting race was witnessed) between T. Duckworth, of the staff, and T. W. Matthew son, a local champion. New Skatery for Oswestry. A lar
January 1, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England