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S 0 H T H E ERA. AN UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT.

S 0 H T H E ERA. AN UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT.

S T H E ERA. AN UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT. Sir Thomas Boecham’s London There followed a tour, writes Harry public had a warm welcome Collier, continuing his memories, with him on Sunday at the Albert Hall. ss e Farren in a burlesque They did their best to show’ him that j operetta com
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE. “His Little Sunbeam” The above-mentioned sketch by Harold Simpson and per ormed in the Revue, BETTER AND BETTER,”

SPECIAL NOTICE. “His Little Sunbeam” The above-mentioned sketch by Harold Simpson and per ormed in the Revue, BETTER AND BETTER,”

is the sole Property of Thea Productions, and is duly licensed to them by the Lor Chamberlain. Any person infringing Thea Productions' rights will be immediately proceeded against and the utmost pcnalt.es will be exacted.
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BILLY DANVERS CHEERY AND CHUBBY. Better Times ’* CHIBWICK EMPIRE REEVES & LAMPORT. GEORGE JACKLEY The Indignant Comedian *• BETTER

BILLY DANVERS CHEERY AND CHUBBY. Better Times ’* CHIBWICK EMPIRE REEVES & LAMPORT. GEORGE JACKLEY The Indignant Comedian *• BETTER

TIMES." This Week, CHISWICK EMPIRE Corns REEVES LAMPORT
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Edith Bay by Bay.

Edith Bay by Bay.

More excitement for Miss Edith Day, who liaa-recently filed petition in bankruptcy. A New York cable saya.that her liabilities upwards of £3,000 English sterling; the value of her assets is about £5O. Many Happy Returns to— G. Carlton Wallace Thursday, April 12. C. Cohan—Thursda
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ A WEEK END

“ A WEEK END

A WEEK END At Brixton. A \V eek-end,'’ the successful farce by VV. \V, Ellis, is the attraction Brixton Theatre this week, where it is paying welcome return visit. The audience laughed uproariously at the humorous situations and trouble caused ticisni we have to make is to questi
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC. (Incorporated by Royal Charter. 1883), Prince Consort-road. South Kensington, B.*?. Patron, Hie Majesty the King. President. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, K.G. Director, bir Hugh Allen. M.A., D.Mna
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
847,000,000 Passengers were carried the General Buses in 1922. Trade follows in the wake of the "General” fleet. ADVERTISE BY

847,000,000 Passengers were carried the General Buses in 1922. Trade follows in the wake of the "General” fleet. ADVERTISE BY

BUS AND BUY RESULTS The Commercial Advertising Agent, London General Omnibus Co. Ltd., CRANBOURN CHAMBERS, LEICESTER SQUARE STATION, W.C.2 Telephone: Regent 4} 61
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW COMPANIES REGISTERED.

NEW COMPANIES REGISTERED.

COLLINS* ORCHESTRAS, LTD.. Palace House, 128/132. Shaftesbury-avenue W.l. Regd. March 27. To carry on the business of suppliers of musical and other entertainments. Capital. £5OO, in 2.000 shares of ss. each. Directors: J. Goldman. 29. Ridg(mount-Kardens, M’.C.; H. Goldman. 29,
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HIN S L E IHF NOVELTY COMEDY ILLUSIONIST. Assisted by GERTIE REES. MARK DAL.Y

HIN S L E IHF NOVELTY COMEDY ILLUSIONIST. Assisted by GERTIE REES. MARK DAL.Y

HIN E IHF NOVELTY COMEDY ILLUSIONIST. Assisted by GERTIE REES. MARK DAL.Y Principal Comedian, Messrs. Ward & Fuller’s Musical Comedies PRINCESS’S THEATRE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England