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STARS OF THE WEEK

STARS OF THE WEEK

Stars of THE Week MISS EVE TURNER y4s she appears in The Apple Cart, at the Queen's Theatre. She has had con siderable experience with the Birmingham Repertory Company in the past Raphael MISS GLADYS MILLER Who plays the part of Ella in the immortal Charley's Aunt, which is at Da
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
TWO WELL-KNOWN SOCIETY WOMEN

TWO WELL-KNOWN SOCIETY WOMEN

Two Well-kno wn m Women "f: V MRS. DUDLEY WARD One oj the most beautiful women in Society and a well- known figure at many im portant functions. Her husband, who is an expert in economics, was the British Representative under the Dawes Scheme for Repara tions Lenure r£h <7v> THE
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
A KIDDIES' CAUSERIE

A KIDDIES' CAUSERIE

A Kiddies' Cause rie YOU can pay your money and take your choice, for, as is usual at this time of year, the theatres, in addition to what is known as established successes-- and some not so established-- are featuring entertainments considered Reasonable. For instance, there is
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
A DRAMA ABOUT GENTLEMEN

A DRAMA ABOUT GENTLEMEN

A Drama About Gentlemen What foreign critics think of Journey's End is well exemplified in the following translation from Hufvudstadsbladet, the chief daily paper in Finland:-- ^T^ivelve years ago Hue Great War 1 ended, but only now, it seems, comes forth its real poetry. It has
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Graphic

Graphic

Roberto di Vascrucellos, a Portuguese of noble birth who is appearing in Bertram W. Mills s Circus at Olympia this year. He is regarded by the experts as the last word in high school training of the horse and the most remarkable exponent of the art ever seen in this country. As s
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
if goossip we must: TRIPS IN RESTAURANT LAND; OUR CALLOUS CUSTOMS OFFICERS

if goossip we must: TRIPS IN RESTAURANT LAND; OUR CALLOUS CUSTOMS OFFICERS

if sa we must SOME of us having spent more than we can afford in seeing the Old Year out and the New Year in-- restaurant parties, fanfares as the clock strikes twelve, scraggy little Cupids, who ought to have been in bed long before, jumping out of eggs, free dolls, champagne (n
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Some New Year Greetings

Some New Year Greetings

I I j i f MR STANLEY BALDWIN j i Though never more than one in four j Are designated Leap Years, I It s sad, though true, the years now through Must have resembled Sleep Years I j LADY HOUSTON j Those tramway men now out of work. Because their jobs they would not shirk, Have fou
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
PARIS HAT TRICKS: AN ATTRACTIVE MOLYNEUX MODEL

PARIS HAT TRICKS: AN ATTRACTIVE MOLYNEUX MODEL

PARIS HAT TRICKS By Blanche B. Llliott THE Season has shown a neck-and- neck rivalry between the close- fitting skull cap and the hat with a brim, and the honours have gone to the for mer-- for the winter, at least. They have been made less trying by their tendency to drape eithe
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
CLEMENCE DANE REVIEWS: The Book of the Month: "The Lacquer Lady"

CLEMENCE DANE REVIEWS: The Book of the Month: "The Lacquer Lady"

Clemence Dane Reviews The Booh of the j I fonth The T&cquer L&dy he Lacquer lady By 7 enn y son Je sse (Hinern&nn 7s. od.J Je sse feinem&nn Ys. 6cl.) SCOTT gave the English writer and reader a taste for historical novels which neither, thanks be, has lost. But he did more than cr
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
"GOLD FLAKE"

"GOLD FLAKE"

Wl GOLD FLAKE" JN m w ■■W* mm Tlxe man who could not find a 'match' for WILLS 3 ■i£| i CIGARETTES 4 sn
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England