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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

WANTED. -Will Mr. Pre.d JohnMona. late The Girl for the Boy Co.. Kmdly communicate with advertiser? Box 443. The Era.” WANTED. Artiste Call on Sundays for Cold Luncheon Hot Dinners Order. UNION JACK CAFE. Marestow-1 street. Westbury, Wilta.
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
* TYPICAL TESTIMONIAL.

* TYPICAL TESTIMONIAL.

COMEDY THEATRE, PANTON STREET, S.W. (Ondar the Maaagement of McKINNEL), March 319t, Dear Mr. Harti.,-I ninrt you O". which you ondertook the cleaning herereoently. Although a ehort time It In, It done the beat poaalble manner and The Tableaux Curtain and the Box wrreUkeu reflxed
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ITICLES FOR SALE

ITICLES FOR SALE

YOUR CARD noatly ami quickly Tinted. la. 6d.; Memos, P*ho4o. Blocks, , equally cheap. Btamp for simp las. « Oak bury road. ml.worth Bndgc-road._ Fulham |/|.IN€H CYMBALS. £5 10s. JL 4 * M-r Pair, goaranteeil the very best quality. HARDS. 29. Stirling buildings. York-street, Welli
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A POPULAR THEATRE.

A POPULAR THEATRE.

Without doubt the New Brighton Winter Gardens is one of the most popular theatres in the country, and most of our greatest actors and actresses have honoured this unique theatre by appearing there for the first time In the history of Wallasey. The Winter ardens always play to go
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MANAGERIAL MAGNATES AT HOME

MANAGERIAL MAGNATES AT HOME

MR. J. E. Mr. J. E. Vedrenne responsible for many artistic productions any proa who ever existed. The Vedreane • Barker management at the Court and the \odrenne-Eadie management at the Royalty can described epoch-making, and the piecee produced, the new authors introduced, and t
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Groan Play.

A Groan Play.

Me have just heard that the American play. Melcome, Stranger "—which announced some months ago having l been acquired for England by that droll Yiddish comedian. Harry Green-may expected ut the Lyric on or about next Monday week.
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STEIN WAY HALL BOX OFFICE.

STEIN WAY HALL BOX OFFICE.

Kettering ran to Its merry eloee. This boy/' said Mr. Charles Wieksteed. J.P., CjA., indicating Mr. Cotman Irving—" this boy came and told me hie plans. I never thought he would make his idea pay. But the vast number of friends he and his little wife have made proves the success
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THREE DAREWSKI HITS. FEATHER MY YOUR NEST. HAMMY. WHISPERING.

THREE DAREWSKI HITS. FEATHER MY YOUR NEST. HAMMY. WHISPERING.

BAND PARTS READY, price 2/-.
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Mr. OLLY OAKLEY I have been hearing a lot of very complimentary remarks lately about your John Grey & Sons Banjos. Last week bought one of your Salon Mode's at your Weet EnJ Agents, was requiring new instrument of improved design. 1 (eel must tell you how delighted with this m b
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England
 
B. IXLBXAX * CO

B. IXLBXAX * CO

B. * The entry into their new iwul premiere in Shaflraburj-avenue. *'h'c-h B- Feldmaji 4 Co. will celebrate within t«e week or so, will all with one of the moei sueceggfol pantomime reason* nrm a Mr. Bert Feldman telle us that never I once all the many years he lias conducted hi*
28 September 1921 - The Era - London, London, England