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A FURRED TONGUE

A FURRED TONGUE

IS A SURE SIGN OF STOMACH DISORDER. Have you furred tongue, with a nasty taste in your mouth, and a dull, heavy feeling ? Have you lost your appetite, lost your vigour, lost your interest in life ? If so, your stomach is out of order and it must be toned up and strengthened, orw
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
In 42 Cloth-Bound Volumes at Bd. net per Vol. The Volumes arc beautifully set: Binding, Title, and Frontispiece are designed

In 42 Cloth-Bound Volumes at Bd. net per Vol. The Volumes arc beautifully set: Binding, Title, and Frontispiece are designed

Joseph Simpson. HENRY N. HUDSON, Edited by LLD. For the Text a careful collation has been made of the various authorities— Collier. Dyce, Delius, Furness, Halliwell, the Cambridge Edition, etc. The notes at the foot of the pages are those which are necessary to make clear the me
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
two eoormoiw* housee. and good buainc&* result throughout the wick. Mr. Brain,!', iiiun* proved popular aa ever; and oth*-- contributed

two eoormoiw* housee. and good buainc&* result throughout the wick. Mr. Brain,!', iiiun* proved popular aa ever; and oth*-- contributed

to the png ram uh* were Marj<»r "* renoe, comedienne; Tennyson and Waili. ' diana; bisters Boyce and bid, vocans* dancer*; /.anfrellaa, Violet J i- Horace l#ane; Fiora Cromer, with charac». •* and Jack -M. I).. Mr Waller U. M., Mr. Walter Mus. !>.. M- Blokes. Formoel here Oswald
September 23, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
November 19, 1910 Infested this admirable The liras* liuttU. which lias lure this week (•* iii/ud aiHiunce* Mr. Meyers Leituua

November 19, 1910 Infested this admirable The liras* liuttU. which lias lure this week (•* iii/ud aiHiunce* Mr. Meyers Leituua

eomuany. n-f those arli*U Mi'a Mary Brough. Mi>* Mit* Fliytliu Heckiti, MU* Ediih HunUr. Mr Harry PattUoti. jun . Mr. Itudgo Harding. Mr Holn Uarkc, Mr. l{<iH*rt Ayrlau. Mr. linr.tw Benue.l. Mr. Percy Marshall, old Ht»> il Ja^ciirite. TtiKiTM Hum. Managinf-liirecior. Mr. John Ha
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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' s. November 19, 1910. THE NIBELUMOEN IN BERLIN. Mr. Angelo Neumann, in his Personal of Wagner/' gives interesting account, of the great, composer rehearsal, lie says The Master, with his wife. Countess BcjJileinitr r anil Daniels von Billow, took their places in the lower left-
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

in two weeks daring the Mriningen company's tenancy Drury Lane. It has been Mr. Kusacll'a gixNl luck to play important parts in all the Drury Lane dramas (except The II hip), under the management Mr. Arthur i'oliins, and he has toured the tuburbs Sir John Garnet in The Great Rub
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GLOBE-TROTTING ENTERTAINER. MR. a. 11. SSA ZELLS.

GLOBE-TROTTING ENTERTAINER. MR. a. 11. SSA ZELLS.

Tbo above much travelled and (dare ire Myt) veteran vocalist, raconteur, author, and lecturer starts today cn his fourth tour Great Britain's overseas puafeseious. Mr, Hnaselle is embarking upon the biggest venture he has ever undertaken, and is pmcticaliy opening new ground wit
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEVANTS

DEVANTS

ILfASKELYNE and mysteries. 6t. George’s HaU, W, Daily at 3 and t. Mr with ** Psycho. Mr. Ernest Hastings. ** The Scarab.” Mr. Oaen Clark, Mr. Harry May Hcsnslcy, and Mr. David Devaot, with Kew llluaioiM, Ac. Rests, Is. to sa. 'Phone. 1545 Stayfsir. LONDON MUSIC BALLS. CHELSEA PA
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FALL IN AND FOLLOW ML

FALL IN AND FOLLOW ML

Other Great Winners for Panto, are CHEER UP. MY HIGHLAND LASSIE, WHAT DO YOU SAY, MOLLY MOLLOY 7 THE MOONLIGHT PROMENADE, SHE WAS A GIRL IN WHITE, UP SHE GOES, YOU CANT DO WITHOUT EACH OTHER, IT’S MY NIGHT OUT TO-NIGHT, MY WIFE’S GONE TO THE COUNTRY Loo» Sue* Mary* Dinah* Here C
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

with ** Fwlbor,’* tb© second—an cxquiaitoly humorous item-is entitled wind had only blown the other way.” and the third, the well-known ** .Mother is a leader aociety.” Scott's success is very Kreat. and thoroughly deserved, for she posfesses great talent. Leo and Kingston are r
November 19, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England