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THINGS THBATRICAIi.

THINGS THBATRICAIi.

By WBBT-BHDBR. giving expresaion to the characters’ various emotions on hearing the host's announcement. Most of their observations were humorous, but semiserious interest was interweaved with masterly touch. For example, there was Sam Smith’s creepy suggestion about the guilty
04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
glnlsy as a OooVnsy.

glnlsy as a OooVnsy.

glnlsy OooVnsy. The Cockney business-man, John Beal (Henry Ainley) took the chance. In Scene I. (1903) we saw him missing the train. In Scene 11. (1013) his subur- STUDY SECURITY ftNO ©PEN AN ACCOUNT WITH Wbatths Press said 10 years Ago: Tin; SPORTING LlFE.— “ThebmineM Mr. Chapma
04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
■•Mtacus Gladys.

■•Mtacus Gladys.

Fantasy, you see, and perfectly simple fantasy, without the allegorical trimmings beloved of Irish dramatists. Dunsany, highbrow writer, has done his best to write a popular play. When John comes to himself in his suburban sitting-room, are not sure whether the thing has been dr
04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY

TUESDAY

Bromford 8.H., Alderton or Bridge of Weir; Bull Ring H., Wavstinda or Bnght News; Midluml, Highlander or Taylor's sal,; Packington, Lenglen or Deja Thorris; Guernsey. Excel or Ponteland; Tamworth 8., White Sand or Rigolo. Redhead. Redhead made rather a mess of herself . when bei
04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY

THURSDAY

Ogbonrno H., Dutchman or False Report! Wilts S.H., Silver Sym or Amazonia; Summer Cup H., (Lacrosse Devizes; lierks, Perdona e. or Gilpin's eel.; Apprentices, Lady Sleipnsr False Alarm; All-Aged S., Bidssia Master Shepherd. BEVERLEY. Westwood ((.. White Love; Hum S.H., Irish Lac
04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 

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HUMORIST (each way) won 6 to 1 HUMORIST (each way) won 6 to 1 astounding SUCCESSES

HUMORIST (each way) won 6 to 1 HUMORIST (each way) won 6 to 1 astounding SUCCESSES

04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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strife ifc jfc ijc if. ijc ijc -h *k •f- if* ik if- The ‘■Snorting Time." My*:— X. -V- Wlier. r.dm'.ind »jid [>.vt G.rrK-k or. tno centuries hark, is where you v T; end 1 now jurl like to vtino ftnd diue." w ,7 DINE AT THE | NEW VILLA VILLA | RESTAURANTo | * 37-38. GERRARD ST, *
04 June 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
TENNIS. KNOWLE v. LEAMINGTON. This ladies* doubles match was played at Knowle, and resulted in a win for the home

TENNIS. KNOWLE v. LEAMINGTON. This ladies* doubles match was played at Knowle, and resulted in a win for the home

team by 5 matches to 4. Details:- Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Bayley lost to Miss Kinmond and Miss Hiron, 6-2, 1-6, 3-6; beat Miss R. Thompson and Miss C. Thompson, 0-6, 6-1, 6-3; and beat Miss Black and Miss Mousley, 6-3, 6-4. Miss P. Jackson and Miss Bolding lost to Miss Kinmond and
04 June 1921 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
OFFICER SHOT BY SINN FEIN.

OFFICER SHOT BY SINN FEIN.

A document issued by Dublin Castle states that the grave fears which were entertained as to the fate of Major Compton-Sniith. D. 5.0., Royal Welsh Fusiliers, who disappeared from Ballyvonare, Mallow, County Cork, on April 16th have been proved fo be well founded. Documents captu
04 June 1921 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England