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INTERN ATIOMAI> TUtIKTT EXHIBITION.

INTERN ATIOMAI> TUtIKTT EXHIBITION.

Th* lh*t Kii*t !•- Uraktional V»rietj Exhibition it tnk* pitot Berlin from May 9 24 will of (pedal interett not only the profettion, but to proprietore, and that enormona section of the public who Seek their amusement at the music halls. The possibilities of such an exhibition a
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BY ALfUD BABNABD.

BY ALfUD BABNABD.

Total amount collected date. £1,0*3 3s. M. With the of the £6S received tale week from Miaa reeelt coocert she orgaataed «a Liverpool. • ohegae for £2l from Miae Hhaaa Oied* villa, aad £l2 13a. from Lee J. Joaee, Keq.. of the Laagae \telidoem, collected by Miaa Love. have the an
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BATTEBBEA FAXJkCB.

BATTEBBEA FAXJkCB.

Charming Miss Constance Mori is oonspicnons this week in the music ball portion of the programme at this hall, delighting the house with her artistic dancing and sweetly snog song. Johnny Cecil provides the necessary humorous touch his entertainment, and Nlobe her drawing-room m
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
the PALX.ADXUX.

the PALX.ADXUX.

** Tear In an Hour," Julian Wylie and James Tate's beautifully staged and humorous revue, remains alluring attraction this week's prodigious programme the Palladium, Its success being most pronounced. The fun of the political school and other scenes appeals irresistibly all, and
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SUSI B

SUSI B

Principal Girl, Theatre Royal, LEEPS
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BILLY BOY,

BILLY BOY,

Another So you want to a soldier, little man." LET’S START ALL OVER AGAIN, WE’LL HAE JIBT ANITHER, Suns ARTHUR LENNARD. Suns by QEO. RAE. GOOD LUCK, ROBBIE MACGREGOR, MOLLY REILLY 0, Suns by Mias UL HAWTHORNS. Sun* CHARLES BIQNALL.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mot looked for—

Mot looked for—

Hall Grim-by. Nottinchain, Mrana-*, Newport ghir-ldA, Hartlepool, Ipewich, Norwich. BUT THERE Will COME A TIME I If thfi above lift of return mgaueMmt* Aoe» *»>•< convince M anaffcr nothing will I AU en. Atf.meata. fulfilled and to be falfilM, one only— WILL. OLIVER. Stoekwell P
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL ARTISTES’ WANTS.

MUSIC HALL ARTISTES’ WANTS.

IA/ANTED. WtoltJ. W KIRK *O.l SAilAsfcl. SAKAbivl. «ud KAUAbbI. KUIK bad bAUAbbI, KIRK bad bAUAbKI. THE GIRL AQUATIC MARA ELS. Feb. 23. 2, 9, Ac. Feb. 23, Marcn 2, 9, Ac. Peb. 23, Metcu 2, 9, Ac. Feb. 23, 2. 9. AC. Fob. 23, 2, 9, Ac. THE ACT THAT A MtAl' MANACLKb Any Ue.iabie Ap
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DARE DARIUS. DARE DARIUS.

DARE DARIUS. DARE DARIUS.

Benaatlonal. Novel, Upside-Down Speciality Act. My 0»d Origin.l Act. Aayoae copy the above can be Seen playing This week, Manchester Grand T. Varieties. Refer. Wire write above address. WANTED. Monday also March 9. 16. BRIOO6 the lk«t Comedian. The Brel vacanciM for seven months
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DAN TWYFORD

DAN TWYFORD

THE GREAT COMEDIAN The Funniest Singing and Patter Comedian before the Public. Also Vacant—March 16 (between Kettering and Weymouth); April 13, 20, 27; all Octobor and November. The artiste who uses his brains and not other people’s business. REFINEMENT, TALENT, AND ABILITY. Wir
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England