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THE WRECKER OF RECORDS. OSWALD CRAY

THE WRECKER OF RECORDS. OSWALD CRAY

THE MORMON AND HIS WIVES. By H. F. HOUSDEN. Doing enormous on return visits. Beware of imitatora. VACANT. Fgb. 2. 9. 16 and 23, March 16, and on. OSWALD CRAY. Addresa, this week, T.R., Barnaley. Next week. T.R . DEWSBURY (return). FARMER SKEIN. 28, BUSH WOOD ROAD, KEW, SURREY. C
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOW ON RECORD TOUR. REOKIRTt BKATINO PREVIOUS VISITS.

NOW ON RECORD TOUR. REOKIRTt BKATINO PREVIOUS VISITS.

All commuuicalion* iUt«a for IdUHAROLD NEVILLE, ROYALTY THEATRE, W. THE ERA. TOURING COMPANIES EMMA HUTCHISON. PERCY HUTCHISON, IN OFFICER tSi:' Nor. 10, THEATRE ROYAL. BRADFORD. gREWSTEUS MILLIONS.'’ M. THEATRE, ABERDEEN S L Y N N E,” All the year round J Pitt-llardacrc Thin. P
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE E It A.

THE E It A.

November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
■MfANTVD.

■MfANTVD.

open Mondav. Glasgow rehearse once, Leading Man. tall, with good wardrobe; sketch. Apply. FLORENCE RUSSELL. Star Theatre. Partick. Glasgow. WANTED. Wanted. Vocalist, for Concerts. Concert Party, Cinema Work. London and elsewhere; refined, smart amateur, with good voice. Also wan
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS WANTED.

MUSICIANS WANTED.

WANTED. MaMcal Director, open mcAiiuiciy, arruugo ocangpo—■ I'uoloe. lrrni*>, and rru-rtuccs. DAINtS. liuaire Cardiff. JAZON AND H.O.MtKi PANTOiIIMi^. WANTED, wanted, Wanted, Einst-ciaas Musical Director (Piano). Rehearse Dec. 1&. Terms and rein. Ineatre. Liverpool. WANTED, a Mu
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CARDIFF

CARDIFF

NEW THEATRE. Solo P & M . Mr Robert Bedford. This week (onco nightly) Mr, Ooorge Dunce presents The Girl on the Film.’’ The company includes : Mr. Albert Darnley. Mr. Hugh Weybrancc. Mr. Leonard Lorraine. Mr. A. W. Bartlett, Mr. Harry Hardy. Mr. Hugh Allen, Mr. Albert Smith. Mr
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHEMICAL CLEANING & DYEING CO.

CHEMICAL CLEANING & DYEING CO.

Pioneers of Theatrical Cleaning and Dyeing, 6, ARGYLL STREET, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. A. W. FISHER, TILEFHOWIi I#ll c« Hmm). LCQRAMSi ■ClMnlnar,’* London. Manager.
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON THEATRES.

LONDON THEATRES.

UIS MAJESTY’S. Tel. Gerr. 1777 Proprietor, Sir Herbert Tree. Every 8. JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN. ’* Louie N. Parker. Jacob ....... 9 HERBERT THEE /uleika MAXINE ELLIOTT Matioee Every Wednesday and Saturday 2. J A I E T Y THEATRE. Manager, Mr. George Edaardee. Every Evening 8 15. M
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOX.BOXX EXPZBE.

HOX.BOXX EXPZBE.

There was not seat to be had at the openittg of the performance the firat house this week, and very little standing room the end of the second turn. This was not surprising, seeing the excellent programme that had been provided by the management for its patrons at this popular b
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OXDEB OF TEMZEMB.

OXDEB OF TEMZEMB.

Messrs. Joseph Adkin, Owen Duraacoe. and Jack Sbevill were initiated into the mysteries of the Order on Sunday last. The ceremony was performed Terrier George Cooper, W.T., assisted by Terrier Guy Shanks, V.T.. the organist Terrier being Arthur Were. The following candidates for
November 12, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England