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E. O. FALCON. 153. Midland road. Bedford.

E. O. FALCON. 153. Midland road. Bedford.

THEATRE ROYAL, BRISTOL. Under the personal management of MILLAR. Autumn dates vacant. WANTED. Pirat-elasa Once nightly Attractions. PRINCESS PAVILION. FALMODTH. KATA NT ED. First-ciaaa Altraciions y y (not Concert Parties). S nights only, or one company playing 2 or 3 during iha
July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, engagement bv CLEM: GORDON, Baritone Character, exp. all lines, and KATE UGHBAND. Violin or Piano, exp. opera, revue, etc.;

WANTED, engagement bv CLEM: GORDON, Baritone Character, exp. all lines, and KATE UGHBAND. Violin or Piano, exp. opera, revue, etc.;

together preferred. 171, Fentimauroad, Vauxhall. l«ondon.
July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
’T' Bund, Salisbury Plain. WANTED, engt.t Mpcr. Cornet end Trumpet, any bu,.: dance prel. COHNET. 8. et.. Bouthamptun. WANTED Known.

’T' Bund, Salisbury Plain. WANTED, engt.t Mpcr. Cornet end Trumpet, any bu,.: dance prel. COHNET. 8. et.. Bouthamptun. WANTED Known.

Solo Cornet (ex- Army) lib. for TVtt. Carnna. 115, ELmsd ale-avenue. role* UUI, Coventry. WANTED, engagement by Solo Organist-Pianist; permanent or deputy; long cinema experience; used largo organ; audition willingly. ORGAN IST. 80. Queen e-road. New il alden. Wanted, solo Omumu
July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED Band of Six (twelve instruments) season engagement; ballroom or hotel; at present playing first-class seaside resort. audition arranged; vacant

WANTED Band of Six (twelve instruments) season engagement; ballroom or hotel; at present playing first-class seaside resort. audition arranged; vacant

September. Apply VIOLIN. 62. South Quay. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Cwriaf« paid to anywhere in Great Britain or Ireland.

Cwriaf« paid to anywhere in Great Britain or Ireland.

July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STERLING MACKINLAY ACADEMY.

STERLING MACKINLAY ACADEMY.

The Sterling MackinUy Academy’s variation on the usual pupil*’ was atceptabte. At Mortimer Hall the platform had been fitted with a proacentum arch, within which was staged each item, the singer or reciter being dressed in appro- Sriate costume. This was eparture that added to t
July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PATRON’S FUND REHEARSAL

PATRON’S FUND REHEARSAL

Of the four works played at the Patron’* Fund Ittrhcumal the Royal Collt'ixo of Mime the moat successful was Mr. William Lovelock’s Suite. This of march, nil intcrmesuEo-paMiorule, and valse that promise.* well for l success in the more popular class of this sort of vnunie. The
July 11, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England