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THK PERTH THEATRE.

THK PERTH THEATRE.

IKED • M ' J H N' Oeueral Manager. 20, Cbe£tDut-roaii. West Kora-ood. E-
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. PERCY HUTCHISON

MR. PERCY HUTCHISON

JJUEWSTER'S MILLIONS.” Sept. 1. WEST BRIGHTON. Address. Percy Hutchison, above.
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
By arrangement with Cyril Maude.

By arrangement with Cyril Maude.

Thin Comedy ia doing Splendid BnaloeM. WANTED. Oct. 6 (through miauiKleralandingl. between Eaatbourno aml Windaor; Dec. 22 Jan, 12, and on, with exceptions. Thia week. Grand Theatre. Croydon. ■ BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. WANTED, Jan. 5. only \acant Date. • OFFICER 666 " Wanted. Jan. 1
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
" THE BUSINESS REVIVER. *• THE BUSINESS REVIVER.

" THE BUSINESS REVIVER. *• THE BUSINESS REVIVER.

THE BUSINESS REVIVER. *• THE BUSINESS REVIVER. WILLIAM DE-LACY AND COMPANY, In the Always Successful Comedy Drama. “FROM MILL TO MANSION.” “FROM MILL TO MANSION.” \IITANTED. Wanted. Oct. 6, 13, ▼ \Lanted. Oct. 6. 13, Nov., onwards. ONCE TWICE NIGHT.LY. ‘•JACK AND THE BEANSTALW* W
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPORTING NOTES.

SPORTING NOTES.

li> SAMOI. It is be cut Hod-drieti L* ger after all. everything {wiats tu it being a *oft job fur (h« favourite. Louvois. have to admit, after Junior's Ebor victory under , that Louvois was not disgraced alien beaten this improved colt Liverpool in July, lie aas giving year and
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HAKKT LESLIE'S TOUK.

HAKKT LESLIE'S TOUK.

BLACKPOOL TOWER BALL ROOM.-Madam Annie Walker and Bruce Green. BLACKPOOL TOWER ROOF GARDENS- Sequins: Matt Kilduff, Ivy Westaby, Anthony Gordon, Sammie Baden, Godfrey Parriss, Barbara Merle, and Forbes Leyton. BRADFORD FBIZINOHALL PAVILION- Herbert Dickinson and his Queen's Cour
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

IU« JefreM G adye Cooper. Audio Meiiee Skendafi. Algernon Woel MatiiiAes. Wed Dooday and Saturday 2. ALHAMBRA.-O. D. Me.ara. A. Chark>i aod M. V. Lcvcaux. -Every and roatU)Ae. Wodueoday, at 2; •* -a Mil©,’ played Hale. Hugh E. VVngbt. Alfred Aoatia, Au«un Meiford. Marjorie Makae
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POKTEFRACT

POKTEFRACT

ALEXANDRA THEATRE.—L., Mr George Tankard.—This week (once nightly, twice Saturday) : Mr. C. Watson Mill ” ‘Mid Pleasures and Palaces.” Cut inciuaos: Mr. Edward C. Ashby, Mr. Albert Sinclair, Mr. Roy Cathbcrt Mr. W. E. Faremore. Mr. Anmviley. Mr. Thomas Holmes. Mr. George Bnckley
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEST KARTLEPOOL

WEST KARTLEPOOL

GRAND THEATRE.-1., Mr. Stanley Rogers; A. M., Mr. J. Seaward.—This week (twice nightly): Winifred Maude’s company, in "The Mormon and the Maid.” Cast includes: Me.«srs. George Searle, Vivian Charles. Will While, Victor Due Cane, Arthur Lonton, George Ro*s, Misses Orel* Dmr*. Win
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE YOUNGER GENERATION

THE YOUNGER GENERATION

Messrs. Payne and Theodore * Co. arc paying their initial visit to Woolwich this week with th:s mirth-provoking play. Mr. P. Hawksworth Dix, the puritanical father of ” the younger generation.” Jame* Henry Kennion, exceedingly clever. Next in order comes the Reggie Kennion of Mr
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England