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BOW PALACE.

BOW PALACE.

The programme at this house this week is one of exceptional strength. Topping the bill is the well-known sketch The Pawnbroker, presented by Joe Peterman and company. Judging from the manner in which the sketch was received on the night of our visit it evidently retains its popu
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FELDMAN’S PANTOMIME SONGS READY. B. FELDMAN & Co.,

FELDMAN’S PANTOMIME SONGS READY. B. FELDMAN & Co.,

Telegrams, Humfrlv, London.** 2 & 3, ARTHUR STREET, W.C. Telephone, No. 4447 Gerrard. Mr. Thomas Clegg. Urban Publicity Man- agar. On calling Urbanora Houfc the other day were glad to see Mr. Thomas Clegg back at his old post pobNdty manager to the Charles Urban Trading Co.. Ltd
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC GO. THE PANTOMIME WINNERS,

MUSIC GO. THE PANTOMIME WINNERS,

Including I’VE BEEN OUT WITH CHARLIE BROWN, SEA, SEA, SEA, I CAN PICTURE POLLY (Hanging the Roll;), SHIP AHOY! I LL LET THE WORLD 60 BY, I GAN T REACH THAT TOP NOTE, 4c., 4c. Pantomima Salactlona will ba sant ONLY to bonaflda Artlataa onsasad for Pantomime Season 1809-10. State
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

THE SHOWMAN WORLD.

rain Ahead. fairs ahead for next week are—Barkereml Feast ; Basingstoke, on the London and South Weetern aod Great Western; Burwell (l amb* ). the Eastern; Faxeley. on the Midland; Great Grimbby. the Great Central and Great Northern; Halesowen, on the Great Western, Midland; Hen
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE NEW GREAT WATER

THE NEW GREAT WATER

WATER CHUTE.
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
RAPIOS

RAPIOS

MYSTERIOUS RIVER CAVES. ETC., ETC. H lm osilmmied that 10,000,000 people will vlmlt tha Expomltiou, and aide ahawa under auoh otroumataneaa ahould do buolneam. Applications for spaea can be made at once to— EUROPEAN AMUSEMENT PARKS CO., 210. STRAND, LONDON. W.C. Where also plans
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
October 9, 1900. ia addition tteeir movablo out*. It u from theM pcrmaneit homes that the children are mbl to

October 9, 1900. ia addition tteeir movablo out*. It u from theM pcrmaneit homes that the children are mbl to

school, a Bill they are past school age. Vary law children of school age travel the fairs. Many of them hava advantage of secondary and technical adocatioo. Every showman's aon tanghi a skilled trade and practiaes it. The trades taught include mechanical and electrical engineer
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mecca for

Mecca for

Tat Empress Hall Bari’a Coart will be the American rink champions. Reynolds and the Palace Theatre this summer gave the public a taste of the many marvellous things skating experts can accomplish. For years Americans have vied one with another in devising remarkable "stunts." t
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BUYING END RINK BUSINESS IS THE MOST

THE BUYING END RINK BUSINESS IS THE MOST

h*»® Mflered Mveml mishaps myself in emleavours to excel in this department I may say 1 am accredited British champion with Mt. 6in., bat am presently to beat the world's record, which held by Mr. John B. Davidson, of America. I consider my chances rosy of soon obtaining the rec
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Caralval and Confetti.

Caralval and Confetti.

Tuasa llusnaio and skaters appeared in fancy dress at the Middlesbrough Olympia Carnival. held last week, and, probably encouraged by the offer of many valuable prises, the majority of those present showed considerable taste and originality in the aelection of their costumes. Th
October 9, 1909 - The Era - London, London, England