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What a Oirl Can Live On.

What a Oirl Can Live On.

thought a girl could live a pound, especially if the alternative was I nothing week. He usually paid £■? week. lie declared that three girls who were said to have slept in a field were themselves culpable: and that had offered to pay their fares home regarded the morality of his
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
No Accounts Kept.

No Accounts Kept.

kept no records of what bankbook did not necessarily show payments, for it was his habit carry £5O or £lOO. He denied that lie drank heavily. denied that his chorus girls made a drunken scene at Pontypool. though they might have had drink.” A Mr. Tufnel handed him £5 one occasio
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

MUSICIANS’ WANTS. W Experience. Reliability, Peusonality. ANTED, by Mue. Dir. (Baton-Piano), com., arr., engagement, Mus. Com., Var.ety, Bevue; permanent or tour; upto-uate refs.; liberty through theatre closing. C. HOWELLS. 4, Bat hurst-street, Hyde Park, W. can give it to yon—
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STUDENTS COMPOSITIONS.

STUDENTS COMPOSITIONS.

Compositions in MS., heard at the Royal Academy of Mm>ic concert in the Hall, added interest to that always attaching to the interpretative work of the capable, well-trained eUKients on these occasion*. Mr. Thomas Marshall's Phantasy Trio for piano, yiolin, and 'cello (in one mo
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ENTERTAINERS' WANTS.

ENTERTAINERS' WANTS.

CARMEN IN CONCERT FORM As is often the case with amateur ITTAKRY HALL choirs, the ladies of the south Lon- Humorous 8on»s Stories, don Philharmonic Society gof more into SAKT pi{OF^Hsm\ ST the spii it of their part of the choral Artists recommended free of charge, music, the Soc
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MUSIC CO., LONDON,

MUSIC CO., LONDON,

ARTISTES and MUSICAL DIRECTORS In MANCHESTER, please call at our Branch Office, 27a, OXFORD STREET {near Palace, same side), MANCHESTER. Phone—CENTRAL 7504. “VOCABLE, WESTCENT, LONDON.”
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Play I Once Wrote.

Play I Once Wrote.

This gives point to Mr. Aynes- i worth’s remark—a quotation frob Wilde : I have witnessed tonight the rehearsal of a play which I once wrote called The Im portance of Being Earnest.’ Tomorrow I propose we start rehearsing piece! But, of course. Wild? was never in a financial, or
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON VARIETY THEATRES.

LONDON VARIETY THEATRES.

THE COLISEUM I T'o-re is an obvious moral to l ,. iUll from the public’s eagerness to| inema celebrities in the flesh.” uiilv moderate enthusiasm is ran-- d by the appearance of stage favourites in films, it is plain that the K ,.,,.1, is not so formidable a rival of tl,, theatr
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MOTOR BOX VANS AND LORRIES

MOTOR BOX VANS AND LORRIES

HARRY TOLER, 5, Lothian Hoad, ROAD,
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
B SHEREK REG. BOLTON

B SHEREK REG. BOLTON

RESTING All Corns.—76, New Park Roul, Clnpham Park, .W,4
November 14, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England