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HACKNEY

HACKNEY

OXFORD STREET SHOWROOMS; 103 & 103 a, Oxford St.. London, W (Facing Newman HACKNKV SIIOU lU'i'M t, 2. 3, 4. Town Hall Buildings 18,19, 20,21, 22, The Grove,, ..ij..iningi Mare Street, Hackney. London, Hours of BuMneM; _ Oxford Strect-9till 8; Salunhyci till 1.. <• Mare Streets 9
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Addrem. E. DOTTBIDOB. 50. Union-et.. Oldham.

Addrem. E. DOTTBIDOB. 50. Union-et.. Oldham.

QXFORD NEW THEATRE. Managers of First-clam Companies are invited apply for Dates to Mr. Q. T. Lucas, Managing Director. Silence polite negative. PORTSMOUTH NEW THEATRE ROYAL. Licensee and Manager. Mr. J. W. Boughton, Open throughout the year. First-clam Companies. Weekly MatinAe
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BRZXTOH THEATRE.

BRZXTOH THEATRE.

On Monday evening. Sept. 1. the Detective Thief Play. “AESENE LUPIN.” This successful production, written round the novel of the »n»e name Mnuric« C. Blanc, being dramatised M. Francis du Croietet and the author, was received with acclamation on Monday a crowded honae. Mr. Ernes
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOM CXATEV AT TXE EUBTOV

TOM CXATEV AT TXE EUBTOV

TOM CXATEV TXE EUBTOV To a large aod appreciative audience Mr. Tom Craven on Monday evening presented, at the Eustou Palace of Vasietiea, a charming version of the little comedy. "Milky White." Mr. Craven himself fills the leading idle, that of Daniel White, deaf dairyman, who, h
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERT ARTISTES.

CONCERT ARTISTES.

The Ratea for Concert Arhatea' C«'d< thia peg* are follotca Three Linea for One Inaertion, 6d. Thirteen Inaerttona, 6s. Od. Additional linea pro rat*. HAHHY HALL, Humorous Songs and Stories. ** Sartorial Specialist to Profession." Artistes recommended, free of charge, shortest n
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Secured Immediate end

Secured Immediate end

Pronounced Sucoess LAST WEEK et
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIFE IN A BOOTH HIS DOCTOR'S CERTIFICATE.

LIFE IN A BOOTH HIS DOCTOR'S CERTIFICATE.

In apo'ogetic explanation and justiflcaMon Mark Melford's mirnculou* su and his breach faith in not having fulfilled the expectations of his public and profession he herewith presents his doctor’s certificate duly annexed as duty bound.
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIFE IN A BOOTH

LIFE IN A BOOTH

Fatal fall Melford through his bad y and the Russian tactics Moscow serfs (ranbourne Cossacks banishment fmm business the tyrannical prccess tin Siberian freezing Mark out «»f from Ida life up. the London rtage. Head ibis leru-- lets sequel Life lioolb, I/* SEPTEMUIiK IUI3 MUSIC
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRESTON AND BOVCE,

PRESTON AND BOVCE,

Tho Variety Agents. WANTED. Talent in all Lines, for Sept. 8, on. Acts working Manchester state time*, where working, vacancies, and terms; or call. Sol© Agents for Colne. Fleetwood (Empire). Ha* lingden. Barnoldawick, Todmorden, Ac. 7. George-atrect. Pendleton, Mancheeter.
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED TO BUY

WANTED TO BUY

WANTED, to Buy, cheap, firat-claes Portable, not less than 75 by 40, with without waggons. State where can seen, lowest pr.ce, to L. STOCKTON. Pavilion. Stafford. WANTED. Wanted Buy, Large Black Cloth for Posing. to 35 feet 20 to 22; good condition; slat.* lowest price. CLARKE.
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England