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Nat week. GRAND, BIRMINGHAM.

Nat week. GRAND, BIRMINGHAM.

AbeehiteljS ae saeaaleei Notlee.- The ealin Mane Hall ri«Ma ot "A PoSHeal Niehtnare." bj Bert H. the feapectr o« JACK Peel’s. Ltd.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Booked tail 1917.

Booked tail 1917.

week, HIPPO., CHELTBNBAM. Nnnl week. HIPPO., BEDMINBTBB. Harvey boys. Boxing Owediau. rod a red New Comedy Skit, entitled •• Rln«r the Bell. Rootey Grand. and Empire. Croydon, with iDntantaneoaa enccf ■ Written and arraneod by D. Harvey,
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ENTERPRISING AGENCY. MUSICAL COMEDY, DRAMA, RBVUeS. Ac. Artist** who hare not yet eettled their B|.riiin kindly write (or interview

THE ENTERPRISING AGENCY. MUSICAL COMEDY, DRAMA, RBVUeS. Ac. Artist** who hare not yet eettled their B|.riiin kindly write (or interview

ROOM 36, Cranbourn Chambers, (Over the Leicester Tube) Cranbourn Street, W.C.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TAYLOR’S TYPEWRITERS ( ) 74, Chance y Lane* London The CoronA. Folding Typewritop Weighs'6lbs. Visib'e i-Colour Wriling - RrloOf JBtO

TAYLOR’S TYPEWRITERS ( ) 74, Chance y Lane* London The CoronA. Folding Typewritop Weighs'6lbs. Visib'e i-Colour Wriling - RrloOf JBtO

Wsm ALL HAKES FOB SALE, HIBE OB BENIB. P ty% and MSS- Copied. ,
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EVERY REQUISITE FOR THE STAGE. H. & M. RAYNE 115-119, Waterloo Road, LONDON, S.E. Tel.—Hop 1888 (8 linee). the largest

EVERY REQUISITE FOR THE STAGE. H. & M. RAYNE 115-119, Waterloo Road, LONDON, S.E. Tel.—Hop 1888 (8 linee). the largest

and cheapest house in the trade for COSTUMES, WIGS, TIGHTS, SHOES & SUNDRIES. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED LIST.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DICK WHITTINGTON

DICK WHITTINGTON

This Week— PAVILION, LIVERPOOL. Managers wanting a first-class pro dnction for 1014 and 1015 are invited to witness the show this week. ANDIE CAINE as DAME Owing to the enormous success I am reproducing the same subject with new scenery and dresses. Refer Percy Broauuead and Cha
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR ARDENE LINDEN. •• The Turning Point." This, Empire, Southend-on-Hea. Next, Crystal Palace Theatre, 8.8. MR? OSWALD LINGARD. LvX Disengaged.

MR ARDENE LINDEN. •• The Turning Point." This, Empire, Southend-on-Hea. Next, Crystal Palace Theatre, 8.8. MR? OSWALD LINGARD. LvX Disengaged.

Rehearse at once. Wire, 10, St. Barnabas-terrace, Leicester. FRANK” LIST E E. Palace, Doncaster. Offers invited. a“nd MRS. FRANK LISTON Tvi (Maude Warburton). " The Sin of Her Childhood " Co. route; or. The Managers’ Club, W. CARTER - LIVESEY. TvX •• Amateur Anarchist." Empire,
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE WHITE SLAVES OF LOHDOH

THE WHITE SLAVES OF LOHDOH

Playe or 60 mimitei. Last week Top of the BiP Empire, Camberwell. Drew packed houses twice erery night. Refer Mr. Charles Stafford, or Mr. John Lawson. Vacant—April is, and few iatan Sharing terms preferred, with or without own combination. WANTED— Good Theatre or Firstcla.e Pic
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
XAZaT A CHMTTXMT AGO.

XAZaT A CHMTTXMT AGO.

A CHMTTXMT AGO. From the " Bath Journal Satnrday, Feb. 13, IM4: At the Theatre Mr. Chote’a pantomime, based upon Tho Houte that Jack Bailt* and •Goody Two Shoe*,' wee produced." It of interest to note that Miae Henrietta Hodson (the late Mrs. Henry Labonchere) and mim Madge Rober
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHEN YOU DRINK

WHEN YOU DRINK

February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England