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"THE ERA" LETTER-BOX.

"THE ERA" LETTER-BOX.

" THE ERA" LETTER-BOX. A Stamped Envelope, plainly addressed, must be enclosed woth application for each Letter. Letters. after lyinq at this Otlice for One Month, are forwsarded to the, Postal Authorities, to be returned to the Senders. No Circulars admntted to this List. Adders
August 11, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN CROYDON.

AMUSEMENTS IN CROYDON.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND THEATRE, LIMITED. - Managing-Director, Mr Frank Curzon; Business-Manager, Mr G. Brandram. -Hardie and Von Leer's company is appearing here again in Two Little Vagabonds. Miss Helen Grenville brings many a tear to the eye as Wally, whilst the s
August 11, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BRIGHTON.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRIGHTON.

.U HUSERENTS IN BRIGHTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THEATRS ROYAL.-Lessee and Manager, Mr H. Cecil Beryl; Acting-Manager. MIr A. Wheeler.-Mr Lawrence Brough's company opened here on Monday with The Lady of Ostend. Mr J. D. Beveridge was succeasful as Joseph Carbury. Mr Lawren
August 11, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SCARBOROUGH.

AMUSEMENTS IN SCARBOROUGH.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SPA TiaEATRE.-Proprietors, the Cliff Bridge Com- pany; Manager, Mr Fras. Goodricke.-Crowded and fashionable audiences have been the rule here, Miss Ida Molesworth and her No. 1 company occupying the stage. The three-act play, Eis Little Dodge, was g
August 11, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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3S I >N 'i'll l ONLY T WVO, Brroixr's Men, 1ld rdh 11 I xe, I t .V A s , r n\ Er. 1; Y 1, 11 E Ipl tl:! 'r *r>t11,1 lr _IlIIi.mr,w Ielt er. 1 \ ?? T 1' l 1 E N E. e . :- . it r i Som, ; .M I ! !~ ?? . r t __ .I i 1}1:; ~ ~ ~ M \\-K ~lls rl' 1,1 ?? :11 I) 1:e ?? , : , ., ?? ?? ' :
August 11, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

LITTLE Dorr MOSS. Toy ConuHlienno, Thanks Milton Bode. Ksq.. for offer. Panto, settled. Good offers invited for Spring. A PPLICATIONS FOR POSITIONS -t*- the FRONT “Thft Br»" should bo wMrouod to the Poei.illift. BJ. BIUUONS and 00., TboaMeal CootßOlen to the Prlaclpi) Looßoo Tho
December 1, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOURING MANAGERS

TOURING MANAGERS

ha», tbeir ClMned Show., lo Lowduo. 'PboiM, win, wrtu
December 1, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOURING MANAGERS. LOOK OUT YOUR PANTOMIMIC DRESSES AT ONCE. UNSOUOITKD TESTIMONIAL.

TOURING MANAGERS. LOOK OUT YOUR PANTOMIMIC DRESSES AT ONCE. UNSOUOITKD TESTIMONIAL.

TOURING MANAGERS. LOOK OUT YOUR PANTOMIMIC DRESSES ONCE. UNSOUOITKD TESTIMONIAL. Shakespeare Theatre, Clapham, S.W. Not. 23, 1906. Dear Mr. Harris, -You hare made a splendid success my satin gown. looks lowely, and lam delighted with it. Many thanks. Enclosed please find cheque i
December 1, 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

VEREKER'S VENTURES. VEREKER'S VENTURES. SYI)NEY VEREKER'S No. 1 COMPANIES. .xith the Up-to-Date Sensational Melodrama "J A ' O' H E A R T ?? Now too well known aM Sound Money making Success to need any nomment, and "FE ITERED LIVES," a Scnsational and IDomestic Drama, by Harold W
December 1, 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

RICHARDS,
March 14, 1908 - The Era - London, London, England