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YESTERDAY, the 28th inst., Bostock and Wombwell's Menagerie gave two successful performances on the Prince William Henry Field, Lancaster, at 3.30 and 7p m. From August 3oth until September 6th, inclusive, this famous exhibition will be on the Fair Ground, St. George's-road, Pre
August 29, 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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IN spite of the recent conviction, automatic machines are still being used. It is time that some definite understanding was arrived at. Manufacturers are about to take concerted action with a view to having the business legalised. Mr. Burdett Coutts having been the first to spea
April 25, 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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THE name Tussaud has ever been accepted as a standard of quality when associated with anything in the waxwork line of business. It appears, however, that the name of Tussaud adorns other exhibitions than the celebrated emporium at Baker Street. The exhibition of waxwork figures,
April 25, 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
SIGNOR AND MADAME Merest tires all ethers. Theatre Loyal. Rotherham.

SIGNOR AND MADAME Merest tires all ethers. Theatre Loyal. Rotherham.

April 25, 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
.4owmen's Notes.

.4owmen's Notes.

Go," the giant elephant from the • , recently boight by Mr. Frank Bostock transported to America, died on Thurs„t while at sea on the ” Georgic," and • to a watery grave. The huge began to pine immediately the sea was started, and despite the unremitting a aTions of his keepers,
March 20, 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 

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MF,S-;W:. L. GAUNIONT AND Co. secured ai Saturday at Southampton some excellent cinematograph pictures of the landing of Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain ; also of their reception at t he Hartley Institute, and the enthusiastic " send-off" at the railway station before entraining for Lo
March 20, 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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THERE were thirteen of these side shows, and the venture proving a dead failure, the defendant losing over ,C9oo, and the profit over workin expenses of the side shows being only £4, the defendant's contention was that the plaintiff could only claim nominal damages for having ha
March 20, 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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A CORRESPONDENT asks us for a list of the fairs that have taken place during the current month in South Wales. We therefore publish the particulars asked for in extenso :- 5 Maenclochog. 20 Newcastle Emlyn. 5 St. Clears. 22 Cayo. 6 Rhayader. 23 Llandilo. 7 Fishguard. 23 Pembroke
August 29, 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
Circus Notes.

Circus Notes.

LORD GEORGE SANGER, with his hippodrome, menagerie, and spectacular variety circus, is getting quite near home. On the 3oth inst. the great marquee will be pitched in Sittingbourne, and from there the company will make their way to Gravesend, where they intend to show on Septemb
August 29, 1902 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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MR. RAWLINSON asked whether his Lordship meant that they should agree to take less in consideration of the appeal being abandoned. Lord Justice Mathew : Yes, certainly. Lord Justice Vaughan Williams : This is not the case of a poor widow or an injured work. man, who, pending the
March 20, 1903 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England