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THE EVER POPULAR HOUSEHOLD REMEDY wild hw line in Slop oi Piftilc Approval lor OVER FORTY YEARS. ENO S FRUIT

THE EVER POPULAR HOUSEHOLD REMEDY wild hw line in Slop oi Piftilc Approval lor OVER FORTY YEARS. ENO S FRUIT

SALT, Pleasant to Take, Refreshing and Invigorating. There i» no safer, or more aspreeable t aperient which will, by natural means, set rid dangerous waste matter, without depressing the spirits or lowering the vitality. preporM oaig pg). c. eno, m, * fruit salt * wosks. London,
April 15, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRMjumt BD AtaMW a m v «>•» -•. •1» IM Honoured by Command to perform before QUEEN ALEXANDRA and many

FRMjumt BD AtaMW a m v «>•» -•. •1» IM Honoured by Command to perform before QUEEN ALEXANDRA and many

Royal Personages at MARLBOROUGH HOUSE on July 7th last. AU coma, to ED. ALLEN, Era."
April 15, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL. STRATFORD.

THEATRE ROYAL. STRATFORD.

WANTED. Strong Dramatic Attraction*. Dec. 21, 28. Dec. 21, 28. Dec. 21. 28. A. R. ABRAHAMS. . 73, Romford-road. Btr*tford. B. THEATRE ROYAL. WINCHESTER. Pantomime WANTED, Wanted. for Jan. 4 (week), Jan. (three days) Also (rood Dramae. Apply. MtNAOER. K., Winchester, COMPANIES WA
December 2, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

COURTNKIDGE, Romliim May wife Robert Courtneidge, age 46 IN —ln affectionate remembrance -.r Johnny Worman, who died Hept. I, 1912 j gotten Bella and mother. i Mr. J. Bannister Howard company was »' n Pavilion. Weymouth, for thro© nights lasi ■ with *• Th® on the Film." and noiw
September 2, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA. AMUSEMENTS IN BRISTOL.

THE ERA. AMUSEMENTS IN BRISTOL.

PRINCE'S THEATRE.—M. D.. Mrs. Cbute And Mr. John Hart; R. M. and T., Mr. J. Ellis Hiller; Mum. D.. Mr. O. R. Chapman—Mr. Walter Howard'n company is here with the romantic plsy, The Story Rosary." the company being under the direction Mr. W. H. Haliatt. THEATRE ROYAL-M. D.. Mr. F
September 2, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VARIETY GOSSIP

VARIETY GOSSIP

* tjfc.a! rtrclifig of the Artiston' FHier»tioa nil *9My o<*S. «l 7 » <barp. Ur I Empire Hall). Tee hortneso bo »i!l b* “the premrnt anno* vot the aJuptwu the vo-cperotive *cbeme. any poooiOle oUernotiteo or variation!* have mce.wed a Bomber vf leltem of placet* agauud. »ttggist
September 2, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEKBim I* DUXDCE

AMUSEKBim I* DUXDCE

i> m a )KsTY’B THIATRK —P., Robert *rihi.r •• <’'>* Co., Ltd ; Liconwe M. D., Mr. f J| II vl Ramsay; Mns. rec«ptio» w»* In, < 11» Ojjera Comnaay Monday evewng. .i»m Hi. •»* Piweafed , Tli« !fa, .. aka aDclodaa "Tlm Mikado. y.lian.n* I'nncoM Ida.” *' Yeoaien the ' Licensee M.. Mr
September 2, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
centric knockabout comedians; the Kipper*. Lan cashire Boys, in song and story; and Will Mack, novelty magician. Following the loyal

centric knockabout comedians; the Kipper*. Lan cashire Boys, in song and story; and Will Mack, novelty magician. Following the loyal

example of other firms Messrs. Taylor’s Typewriter Co„ Ltd., 74, Chancery-lane. London. W.C., and branches, are keeping positions open for all their employees who have volunteered to serve their country. At the Palace Theatre. Hindley. lasi week, during the Binging patriotic son
September 2, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALEXANDER.

ALEXANDER.

Address. ST. JAMES'S THBATBB. WEEDON GROSSMITH. Addr«M. Bedford sqaare. ARTHUR THEATRB ROYAL, DRURY LANS. COLLINS. ]y|R. J. MARTIN HARVEY. Aronae-rd., N.W. lifß. CHARLES COLLETTE. Addreu, C/o "The EfA.** ALFRED LESTER. ON TOUR. Tlfß. EDMUND KENNEDY- A "‘*' Mr. Harding’s Co., '*
October 14, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England