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ELIZABETHAN FETE THE TEMPLE. Only the inclement weather marred the Elizabethan Ffete given the Midd3e Temple Hall and Gardena Thursday afternoon, aid the British Bed Cross Society and the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and even the damp chilliness the afternoon was forgotten onc
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93. Westminster Bridge-road, ® Terrier John Earl has returned from He is now Pnvnte J- . Tra i Reinforcements fc Downs. Battalion. Army Field Force. ™ f.rd Andover, and would be pleased to hear Brother Terriers ["The Era” has a larger cl J®?jf* u t nal of any other theatrical or
Mr. Rupert Harvey, who went to America with Milestones to play the part of John Rhead, has obeyed his country’s call, and come back to enlist. For two and a half years Mr. Harvey was with the lamented Lawrence Irving in The Lily, in which piece he played Georges Arnaud.' Mr. R.
These juvenile dancers are.making a great success in the provinces. They have just secured two more L.T.V. Toura, booked by Walter Bentley. Hudson and Kirkby, with humour the piano, are making big hiit at the Hoi born. The boys axe singing five songs, and the conclusion the audi