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r AI MONT-DRITISH in a f.. -luirt years, have built „ (ir.ancial fortress which has w ,n,. tin* (iibraltar of the en- world, and have jpcur,.,! fur the Corporation a pla(v in public opinion surpassed L few of the other great national They have done ihh during the period of great
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SCREEN GOLF

SCREEN GOLF

Next Suday’* Competition for Prcsdcnt’t Cup IT Is *he ambition of every plaiing member of the Sereeti indllng Society to win the Presidnui <iup. This trophy Is at present by Mr. Alex King and there is heett desire to dispossess the liohl. r. Mr. Isidore Ostrer's c;h.ill"uye will
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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6 MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th, 1883 Oil TWICE NIQHTI.Y. tyllSlll tlil
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MAGDA

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ImMdin •* *l' . , „„, with m.r« •*" '••lln*. ' ««* ’,, and mu.k«l ,I ’* . , sins shsrMMr. ,lir ** ntory of tbe Unfit I’ '• succmhl* in swingt' , round paco, owiiir .mmicalitiei Arthur , .,l bv the more «übdue«l These two sustain '■ , high pitch, and lie ■ . ~1,1.011 the limpids
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RADIO NEWS & VIEWS VAL GIELGUD’S THIRTY PLAYS

RADIO NEWS & VIEWS VAL GIELGUD’S THIRTY PLAYS

Result of Visit to Sweden
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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* * tinkeil how. these riirmn- Stanies, the Swedes muiiiitte to produce many radio plays. The reply was that they are extraordinarily enterprising obtaining translations of plays (both radio plays and stage plays adapted for the radio) from other countries. It was lids reply that
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MtPTEMBF.r oomedUna (8.8.C.t), lu v ana manta. Henri Hilton had mam prjaca, and Alhert prince •nletuinptu Shamraa had a flue

MtPTEMBF.r oomedUna (8.8.C.t), lu v ana manta. Henri Hilton had mam prjaca, and Alhert prince •nletuinptu Shamraa had a flue

re. rope and -whip act, ai, l ; lady i«rtner complete. A Nicdy>bala ~1 BUI at the P«, ; AMONGST many tin than passing int. Pavilion this week 1.. a ventriloquist (new i.. ceptional skill and wi. possesses more than th. >. plishment of his race. I his Gaucho Tango 1. gay and pict
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AND HIS BIPtY aiNLf SAND.

AND HIS BIPtY aiNLf SAND.

I awt I*l IMPINI. MWIIUHY. at! PALACE, OLDHAM. C«U CARLO JAQUI MARCON & DENARI SPECTACULAR BALLET DANCERS iJOHN MACNAIR). I. DKURY LANE. LONDON SISTERS & PEGGY DESMOND and piano TUDOR 2XS SHAMVAS SS'KS mansions, brocton rd, s.w. tw. reliance «s ItEK lISSBURY PARK EMPIRE NEXT VAC
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THONE—HABTLAND 8921.

THONE—HABTLAND 8921.

tMMry Cantu (Ftnproaf and NanprMtad), Flrapraaftd Oauia, Nattlng Casamwit Clath, CaliM, Tramparant Clalh, valaataam. Taoallin« and FlamMl, Clallit, Hataiana and tarian, Fly Linaa, Wlra Linaa, Claat Linaa, Orucgala, WaMinta, Flallann Brooms, Sanitary StMapins Faardara, Watarpraal
September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ALBERT iA/HELAN * .w AMD STORIfS,

ALBERT iA/HELAN * .w AMD STORIfS,

September 20, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England