A Production that can t»e played once nightly or twice nightly without losing any It* beauty. VACANT: AUG. 31, DEO. 28. Manager* of Theatre* and Ilall* capable of staging large production please send open dates to—
An Enormoua Succor*. Vacant—Rug 2* (7), Sap*. Oct. 5 and on with axcaptlona. Refer, MR. FRED MELVILLE, here. NICK CAVTIR, DETECTIVE. VAOANT Auk. a, '0(7), ; Sept. 7, 14, 2S on with oxceptlon*. Might arrange summer at good Theatres.
Disengaged Juo® 7. CommuuicatioD*. A.A. jT GEO. K* ASHLEY* Creator of the Burgeon in Eric Williams Pamooa ReelUlion Film. Bclamed tor Cinema.—C/o "The Era." R. CYRIL AUSTEN - LEE, TYI liberty, Sommer and Autumn* 44, Albemarle-slrect. Piccadilly, MR. JOHN HASTINGS BATSON, IrJL Ad
LONDON'S A WO RST THEATRICAL CHEMICAL CLEANER DYERS. We have this week been appointed Cleaning Contractors to the PALACE THEATRE. Orders also received from London Coliseum, Drury Lane. Shaftr-bury, Empire. Haymarket. Prince of W»lm. St. James. Playhouse. Camck. Gi.be. Duke of Yo
T., EABTBOURNB. Jon* i lit. B, ii. 22. GAIETY THEATRE. BABTINOS. Jon* « S. lA. PLEASURE GARDENS T., FOLKESTONE. Jane 1, * (t). (3). 27. OPERA douse. TUNBRIDGE ELLS. Special Dates. Big Shows only. LYCEUM THEATRE, IPSWICH. Big Attractions. H. W. ROWLAND. CORONET THEATRE. W.
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. This Theatre has been thoroughly r* decorated, in addition the special and costly Electrical and Scenic Installations. la fact, a complete transformation has taken place, which now makes It one of the prettiest ana cosiest Theatres in the Eastern C