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TRUCKS.

TRUCKS.

j A free truck At'owcd Hn'VTT FV wlucn parlies of or mc,-r. Other truck* caa bo obtained, possible. »t 6d. per raiie. but can trucks gruaranlwl. A-rUUu are particolcrly cautioned that LIVESEY. the above rr«ul«tions, being approved end ordered by the Government, wi’.l 'abeolute.y
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
H. W. ROWLAND'S BOOKING CIRCUIT.

H. W. ROWLAND'S BOOKING CIRCUIT.

COMPANIES WANTED. WANTSD. High c!«m Attract DSVONBHIKK PARK TREATS EASTBOURNE. 22. Feb. 26, Mar. 12. GAIETY THEATRE, HASTINGS Feb. 12, 19, Mar. 5. PLEASURE GARDENS T.. FOLKBBT< Late autuiuo dates only, 1917. W. ROWLANDS AGENCY, 28. mgato-road, Ravenitcourt Park, W Phone. Hammers
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHage. 60 by 40. 42 to grid

SHage. 60 by 40. 42 to grid

SHage. 60 by 40. 42 grid All communications to CECIL CLAYTON. ROYAL PALACE THEATRE. RAMSGATE. WANTED, Good Panto for Feb. 12 (second panto in), also Strong At tcactiona. Peb. 19. and various onwards. Aruly. PETER lIUSKIN. Agent, 41. road. Ramftgate. T<!«irraaw. Ruskin. Palace. Ra
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROBINSON CRUSOE. ROBINSON CRUSOE.

ROBINSON CRUSOE. ROBINSON CRUSOE.

WANTED. Want..! W«ot*d Jan. 29. follow Llanelly, for Francus Gorgeous Pantomime. 10 beautiful scenes. Old-faahioned Ballets. LaugbUr. Beauty. Vocaliem
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WWTANTCD. VN anted. Wauled, YY Immediately, Chorus Ladies and Daucers.

WWTANTCD. VN anted. Wauled, YY Immediately, Chorus Ladies and Daucers.

WANTED Uoaucceaaful Pupils to Join our cl&3ors for Ballet. Stey. and Musical Comedy Dicing. Tlie tuition that teito. Our puyila now engaged London Ilip- . .. tMKlronie Empire, awl other London and who wrote before write again. [, , a | Uuatrca. Turns Coached and Letters mislaid.
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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GEORGE CARNEY

GEORGE CARNEY

This week, New Croee. Next week. Argyll BirkenlKad. Assutanc.- of Preaj A^ent. Musi very and influential in Ac-Verti'emeot. Write. Box 653. ’■ Th« Ero W~ ANTED, a first-class Booking Manager of good standing, with good connection, to book good shows and revues. Apply. Box 680. *
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARCHIE GLEN,

ARCHIE GLEN,

Now playing Principal Comedian, Buttons, in “Cinderella” Pantomine, at King’s Theatre, Edinburgh, and making A RECORD SUCCESS. Mots' Tour to follow, with Fred Kamo’s Revue. “On and Off.”
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
January 3, 1917. PROVINCIAL PANTOMIMES. CRUSOE AT scenery is from the atelier* I). O. Hall. , ...neuen Mr. John Hart,

January 3, 1917. PROVINCIAL PANTOMIMES. CRUSOE AT scenery is from the atelier* I). O. Hall. , ...neuen Mr. John Hart,

U.t 11 <'■ Oldham and R. C. Bro.«». Th,- lf m"d ».««tng director the I,y«um l ««•', »”<> ‘-'■arX Royal Theatrta. Shtßeld. and P®'<xl arranged Hrnri Jaxnn. A, Uadfng playbousc., has annually put ;r«n, Gordon Hurt and O. Urapman. , ,1,. r l.a bng tir .,, , ( toaUiiiM Jl. Corai-lli
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON THEATRES

LONDON THEATRES

HIS MAJESTY'S. arrangement with SIR HERBERT TREE OSCAR and LILY BRATTONS SEASON. Every evening at 8. • CHU CHIN CHOW.** A Musical Tale the Eaat. Told Oscar Asdie. Music Frederic Norton. MATINEES. MON. \VEI>S.. THUBB.. SATS.. a* 2 15.
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.

OPEN ALL THE YEAR.

THE THEATRE WITH ASSURED BUSI NESS TO GOOD ATTRACTIONS. Bookings include Mrs. Langtry. Artksr Bonrchier. ViolcA Vanbrugli. Fr«i Terry. Hiss Jolla Ncilaoo. H. V. Esmond. Era Uoore Mr. Coortneidge'a London Prodoclions, and all the Leading Companies. Applications for datf« to Jno.
03 January 1917 - The Era - London, London, England