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PALLADIUM.

PALLADIUM.

eager, Eroeet Lotiata. The Flapper with the Feather. Meklnt the French Folk Lanfh.
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WOOTTWELL

WOOTTWELL

O M BMPIHE, HHOttEDITCH PALACE, WATFORD Fall MU N E STRATTON' All coramtitilcalieu MUtrused to SUMRer ■r. Harry Masters, I, Tottenham Conrt-ru.uJ Loeden, W.C. R. ERNEST SH A J), Thli weak, BRADFORD. Next week, HULL. T H U R A I S T 0 N. Ala week. BORO* T„ STRATFORD. Next week, P
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
N. D. L. LUXURIOUS TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA. IMPERIAL MAIL STEAMERS of the NORDDEUTSOHER LLOYD. BRKIMCM. From SOUTHAMPTON «»ery dv*. ALGIERS.

N. D. L. LUXURIOUS TRAVEL TO AUSTRALIA. IMPERIAL MAIL STEAMERS of the NORDDEUTSOHER LLOYD. BRKIMCM. From SOUTHAMPTON «»ery dv*. ALGIERS.

ITALY. EGYPT, COUMBO. FREMANTLE. ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. BPCOIAL ARRANGEMENTS .0* TMMATRIOAk PARTIES. Applr KEtLEE, A OO . CoC»»pttrftrcot, 8. W.; 2ln» WIUUm-rtpeot, K.C.; «nd rt MancheNUr and Southarapton.
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE

THE

isrs: "The Era," Lotldon. 'Phoae: 4546 and Regent. 01. 77. No. 3,933. fISS BATEMAN (Mr*. Crowe). Addreei, 88. PbUbautk-Kardcas, S.W. Telephone. lioO eatern.
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IIIISS BARBARA NEVILLE. *' MilestoMs Co. Woilurbf-pi&ce, B.W. TLfISS GERTRUDE IRVING, lu. Dwenfaged. Address, c/o •‘The Era.'* BLANCHE STANLEY. Diaeogaged.

IIIISS BARBARA NEVILLE. *' MilestoMs Co. Woilurbf-pi&ce, B.W. TLfISS GERTRUDE IRVING, lu. Dwenfaged. Address, c/o •‘The Era.'* BLANCHE STANLEY. Diaeogaged.

Comedy, Character. Town or Suburbs. 45. Lamb's Conduit-street, W.C. T»fISS MIGNON O’DOHERTY. MRS. GREGG to Leonard Boyne’s " General John Regan Co. roote. Add., c/o ’ The Era.’' MYRTLE. TifISS DOROTHEA Permanent address, 12, Abercorn-plice, St. John's Wood, N.W M ISS JEAN CAVEND
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A ROYAL DIVORCE.

A ROYAL DIVORCE.

By W. G. WILLS. Now In Its 28rd year of continuous touring, and going stronger than ever. This Kolds very alreadj paid SO visits to BIRMINGHAM. '»dS-<» MANOHMTJR.i sits »l Wi BEI.FAST. DUBLIN, *C. Ana ovc Vmoamt dmtmm March 18 and April 27. THE NEW EAST LYNNE By EDMUND GURNEY. m
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GAIETY THEATRE, BURNLEY

THE GAIETY THEATRE, BURNLEY

Now the flood tide of prosperity. WANTED. Now Attract Must bo New. Dramas, Musical Comedies. Bsviss. Open March 16 a wrim^ Swt»hoM. OMHt. T. EDWARD WABD. M tbor*. Febrtjart 4. 1914. COMPANIES WANTED. FlrMs* CtmatMit. tlv tIIaTbI.’ WANTID. THKATRK. WOBCBBTKB.' AITBACTIONB m. THKA
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
and various 1915.

and various 1915.

Those Concerned. Please Note Messrs. Mom Empires, Ltd., having decided to inaugurate the iwice-nightly system the Grand, Glasgow, the booking in conjunction arrangement between that theatre and the Metropole has. by friendly mutual agreement, been conceiled for such time as the
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS GRACE WARNER A CO.

MISS GRACE WARNER A CO.

in "THE SCARLET CLUE." MIDNIGHT LONDON. Or Repertoire. Six pieces If required. WANTED Known, unexpectedly vac.. Peb. 16. Unexpectedly vacant. Peb. 16. This. King's T.. Kirkcaldy. Next. Gaiety T., Clydebank. Prom the Playhouse Theatre, "MARY GOBS FfRST." Henry Jones. Miss Jessica
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
J7. Hogsrth.road. S.W.

J7. Hogsrth.road. S.W.

WANTED, Theatre Hall, March (North), for strong rarirty oomhination. JOHNNY MeBLROY. Borough, North nest, Royalty, Barrow,
February 4, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England