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BROMLEY, KENT. Vary prominent corner site, suitable for Cinema. minute from station, frontage 150 ft., average depth 80ft, FOR SALK

BROMLEY, KENT. Vary prominent corner site, suitable for Cinema. minute from station, frontage 150 ft., average depth 80ft, FOR SALK

FREEHOLD or WOULD BE LET on building lease. Apply SMALLUAN, Architect, 8, Queen-street, Oheapside, E.C. ’Phone 6705 Central.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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MAT Dleeasapei, Addran. c/o * ■».’* AGATE. 'MISS VIOLET FAREBROTHEK. * lii Mr. Fr«l Tm», UADI 1‘; -hKXKV l» SeuM na«craM. NANCY MERCER. ' l IKST FAIRY AUm riluln< * COMEDY THEATRE. W. Miss SYBIL BRAT. PRINCIPAL ia CRITERION THEATBI, W. '"ISS ELEANOR DELATORTE. Addrow. COURT TREA
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JOHNSTON.

JOHNSTON.

\f R. COLIN All oMiantileatiost. If. Bfrkftaf-fl., W. jyjß. LA.UEI BHAFTESBtJRT THB4TRB. DE FRECE. MR. WILLIAM STEPHENS. \ SS »»HUh«r. . w . l! I (I I $ ik p IV - MISS NELLIE • CHRISTIE. Character Comedlcmfi®. - AdttrMft, Romtlllc. 3, Chorea Ra»l Slieaßi
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUTHORS

AUTHORS

TtRURY LANE DRAMAS. X-' “THE ARMADA." " PtUCK," "HUMAN NATURE" SDH OF LUCK." " THE WINNER." "LIFE OF PLEASURE." •A MILLION OF MONEY." " YOUTH * ‘THE PHODIO M. DAUGHTER." •THE WORLD." "CHEER. BOYS. CHEER." "FREEDOM." “A SAILOR AND HIS LASS." "QUEEN’S EVIDENCE." "THE ROYAL OAK." A
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T+lE SHAKESPEARE,

T+lE SHAKESPEARE,

the aoknowledged Home of Pantomime. This is the ninth and last week of a glorious success Houses crowded at every performance, including the three Matinees on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. shakesoeare is also the home for Farcical Comedies. Note the phenomenal successes score
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MARGARET LYNHART. Bandmann'i Op«ra Co. All com*.. Empire Theatre. Calcutta lifiss MABEL MANNEKING. Lady The Ever Open Door.'* _ This.

MARGARET LYNHART. Bandmann'i Op«ra Co. All com*.. Empire Theatre. Calcutta lifiss MABEL MANNEKING. Lady The Ever Open Door.'* _ This.

P., Ejistlxiurni* Nest. wiiMtou. MISS’ ALICE”" - MANSFIELD At liberty 99, Warwickatreet. Eccleaton-square, B.w. lif ISS BEATRICE M RSDEN E. Disengaged 37. Claverton-street. Victoria, B.W. ISS EDI MA R T IN’ Houbrette. until March 16. ♦4. Trigon-road. road, B.W. FLORENCE Disengag
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ONLY WAY

ONLY WAY

to ensure good business is to keep your show
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALLAH'S ORCHARD By KMMA LITCHFIKLD.

ALLAH'S ORCHARD By KMMA LITCHFIKLD.

Only vacant date, March 16. March 16. WIRE OR WRITE, ARTHUR HINTON, This—Empire, New Mills. Next New Pav., Northwich. DOUGHTY LESLIE REPERTORY CO. WANTED. Theatres. March 9. 30. and on. HENRY DOUGHTY, 81. Margaret's. Dover.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL ARTISTES WANTED

MUSIC HALL ARTISTES WANTED

JACK POOLK'B AGENCY. T>lwnn.: Date. " Oloaoutw. Tri«.l>OM IT6 Oloacntar. Haul Oflea . 146, Waatnta, Oloacaatar. IMMEDIATE AND PCTtIKt! VACAITCIMB for GOOD SENSATIONAL TOPS. SHARES AND SALARY. Aino vacancies for anything good, novel, and original. WANTED Known, wo can hook anythi
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England