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AMUSEMENTS IN CROYDON.

AMUSEMENTS IN CROYDON.

AMUSEAENTS IN CROYDON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GRAND THEATRE, LMTrrED. - Managing-Director, Mr C. J. Abud; Business-Manager, Mr J. Hindle- Taylor.-Mr C. J. Abud's second pantomime at this house, Babes in the Wood, was presented to a crowded audience on the afternoon of Boxi
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SCALE OP CHARGES FOR "WANTE3D' ADVERTISEMENTS. TWENTY WORDS (Three Lines). ONE SHILLiNG. Each Additional Eight Word6, Sizpence. This Scale does not apply to" Trade"Advertieements iR these Columnss, the charge for whide is 6d. per Line, with c mini mum of Vs. 6d. The Offices of "
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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"A ROYAL DIVORCE." Fit-up Tour. 1-IANTED, Immediately, Low Comedian, for W Grimand, and Double; also Good Pianist. Apply, th Lowest Terms and Full Partioulars, to BaE sORD WUIT- cog, Queen'e Ball, Castleford. " HER WEDDING DAY"- COMPANY. rANTED, Juvenile Actor for Harold Saxby. A
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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WJlZTED, Known, Neddy Vokes and Jessie iv Marshall, Funny Musical Artietee, Great Success at A3?giee Circus, South Shields. H eddy, the Talking and Aiockabout Clown, Liberty Jan. 22d, Two Weeks, and Feb. 26th for Life. Address Circus, South Shields. W ANTED, lKnown, Aleo Condon,
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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WANTED TO BUY. DrANTED, to Purchase, Two Suits of Khaxki, with Helmets, &b., Complete. Good Condition. Lowest juice. SArER, Palace Theatre, Aberdeen. BU&NTED, a Second-hand Asbestos Curtain, W r:ueJ be Cheap. Size, Sift, wide, 24 t. high. Address, g HossbeL5G~s Gaiety Theatre. Br
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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New Patriotio song. MusIc by Auguste Van Piere. Words by Leopod Oodfrey-lurner. " THE I T(N WAGS HIS TAIL." 61 THE May be Sung Free in Pantomimes, and at al Places of Entertainment. See "ALLY SLOPER'S H RISTIMAS HOLIDAYS." Edited by Gilbert Dalziel. Price Twopence. To be had kier
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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LDaA~~j - EMPIRE THEATRE.- 3L The Premier Theatre. Sole Itanager, STAFFOBD GRAFTOPO. Not ice. ?? (f First -clas1 Attractions are I indly requested to 1iateiV for the few remaining Spring and Autumn , Booking include most of the Leading Attrac- ?? Ir All ?? must now be addressed S
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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LDAM. - EMPIRE THEATRE.- Ofl The Premier Theatre. * 1 Sole M1anager. STAFFORiD GB.AF'T0N, 3 rf First-olass Attractions ace hindly requested to gl~t-jewiately for the few remaining Spring and Autumn p!10. Bookings include moat of the Leading Attrac- ?? ju~rring. All communications
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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FRANLIN, MIS3 MAUD, Gatti's (Road). " 1 England's Duty,"byv Will Dalton and NV. David. Tmnbled Off a 'BV9," by W. Dalton and W. David. FREDRICKS, CARL, and CORDELIA, Two FREnd Successes, O. W. Poole's No. I Myriorama, Albert Hall, Swansea. A Happy New Year to all. FRE..RE TROUPE,
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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M ISS M A R I E L LO YD, CROWN TAltAtB, CEIHAM. Agent, George Wars. Mis MARIE LLOYD wishes to draw attention of her Brother and Sister Artistes thst her Father, Mr J. Wood, has taken the Albion Hotel, Hastings (facing the Sea), which has been thoroughly Cleaned and Decorated, and
December 30, 1899 - The Era - London, London, England