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When on Tour You need not risk your Stage or Outdoor Garments to the tender mercies of Provincial Cleaners unused

When on Tour You need not risk your Stage or Outdoor Garments to the tender mercies of Provincial Cleaners unused

to the handling of Theatrical Orders. We have a Mail Order Department for dealing with all orders received by post, and all goods for Cleaning are returned in Four Days. We pay carriage one way, and also allow the generous discount of 25 per cent, to all in The Profession.” CHEM
October 8, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“I’ll swear upon that bottle.” Temfiest, Act it, Scene it. WHITBREAD’S INDIA PALE ALE IN PERFECT CONDITION. Per 2|6 Doz.

“I’ll swear upon that bottle.” Temfiest, Act it, Scene it. WHITBREAD’S INDIA PALE ALE IN PERFECT CONDITION. Per 2|6 Doz.

MATURED NATURALLY. For name of Nearest Agent apply to Chief Offices— Britannia St., King’s Cross LONDON, W.C. Telephones— Telegraphic Address— Non. »ste and >3ll North. Becrteller, London. ** Drink and fear not.” —Henry VI., Act it., Scene Hi.
October 8, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTHUR

ARTHUR

Address, GARRICK THEATRE. WEEDON GROSSMITH. Address, Bedford-square. THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. MARTIN HARVEY. Address GRAND THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON, BRANDON Disengaged. Address, 30, Redclifie-gardens, S.W. CHARLES COLLETTE. Booking now for 1910-11. Address, C/o The Era.” ROBSON.
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOURCHIER.

BOURCHIER.

January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
■ FLORENCE IMESON w,r|3 fo'r by F. Wheeler, Esq., for Star Address. H. M. T., Johannesburg. J^- ELIS E c/r.

■ FLORENCE IMESON w,r|3 fo'r by F. Wheeler, Esq., for Star Address. H. M. T., Johannesburg. J^- ELIS E c/r.

THE COLISEUM. Hartley Milburn, Esq., 22, Leicester-eq. CRAVEN,
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANNIE HUGHES.

ANNIE HUGHES.

Midland Hotel, Manchester, Jan. 4, 1910. [We understand that Mr. Maude has decided to alter the name of Mr. Michael Morton’s adaptation of La Petite Choco-latiere to Tommy.— Ed. of The Era.] At the Maidenhead Town Hall Mr. Fred Karno opened a two nights’ engagement on Monday wit
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DON’T BE WITHOUT READY MONEY. I will advance any sum you may require AT ONCE without fuss or formalities, and

DON’T BE WITHOUT READY MONEY. I will advance any sum you may require AT ONCE without fuss or formalities, and

you can repay by easy instalments to suit your own convenience. Courteous personal attention. Call, write, or ’phone. Mr. ROSSLYN STUART, Burton House, 253, Brixton Rd., Brixton, S.W. Telephone 1285 Brixton.
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
READY MONDAY. JANUARY 17,

READY MONDAY. JANUARY 17,

FORTY-THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. THE ERA ANNUAL—
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OLD THE THE COLISEUM.

OLD THE THE COLISEUM.

One has to believe in fairies at Yuletide and at the birth of the New Year. The kiddies insist on it, and one’s faith in this most delightful doctrine of child life becomes firmer listening to such a sweet little advocate as Elise Craven, the Coliseum fairy. To this fine house s
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England