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of Coal Strike «:|>> rixht Mil. Ml liwnw. the *uh , ( of reriptioit cannot cone , , . exce.-oive. of ibe coal eir'ke. and an The fact* of the matter are perfectly plain. Utr/c number of publisher* are me her* of the Perfommitf Itiuhts Society. Any unlicensed person |krforaiinic.
Mabel Leslie's company, under the direction of Alec McGill, are appearing this week al the Spa Opera Hume. Bridlington. in some excellent programmes, including the burlesques. *• Swanec-Mania and ’• 1909." The artists include Harring tun Meeks, comediah; Gwennie Vaughan, soprano
Only man who spoke at the managenal meeting of the Theatrical Managers’ AaeocuvUim at the Lyceum Theatre in 1892 waa resent at the luncheon Thursday Tiiat was Mr Lade Monteftore. ttien the Pa'eley Theatre, since the tVest-Knd theatre*, and now of the Nottingham Repertory* Compan