Garmo Manor, Shirley, Surrey, is now known as Oarmo’s Zoo,” and crowds are beginning to congregatein the locality in anticipatiocroi-seerng the live stock. The Croydon Mission of Intercession -paid -visit the Manor Good Friday for tea, the invitation of Mr. "and 'Mrs. Oarmo. Poo
Now fully recovered from her recent indisiMsition. Doris Bleach will make her re-appearance in town next week at the Metropolitan. This charming entertainer was last seen playing in Ducky Stars revue in which she scored personal success.
Before appears are rather inclined to mournful over the thought that this one the farowell performances of the Griffith Brothers. From our childhood their name has stood for the laughing away of care, and a future without Fred Delaney as part of our amusements will hardly hear t
A special musical try is provided for the patrons of tho Met.” this week, and they are not slow aimwing in the usual way their appreciation it. The famous St. Hilda’s Band here, and lovers of orchestral music of the best kin'cT are afforded an opportunity listening to a concord
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