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No Cabaret and No Negroes.

No Cabaret and No Negroes.

'■ Dear Sir, —On behalf the hun jdreds of competent British artists who are at present out employment, we, ’the Variety Artists’ Federation,’ beg [strongly protest against the granting la licence to Sir Alfred Butt or any other manager for the purpose run(ning cabaret show, in a
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAGE GOLF. “TRESPASSERS.” Actors’ Success against Mr. Edward Percy’s New Journalists. pj ay at Brighton. Though t‘h« twclve-a-aidte team con-

STAGE GOLF. “TRESPASSERS.” Actors’ Success against Mr. Edward Percy’s New Journalists. pj ay at Brighton. Though t‘h« twclve-a-aidte team con-

M j. R i dde en . between tine London Frees Crodfing l ; , . ,• . Society and the St<,go Golfing Society “* extraordinary vogue as a at Wimbledon Park yesterday (Friday) ? X 1, character. She wrote with remarkresulted of the at*tois j. •• « rav* live points on the day's play, se
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON THEATRES VARIETIES. LTD. Director—MK. CHARLES GULLIVEK. THE PALLADIUM. Three Performances Dally, at 2.30, 6 and 8.45. HARRY DAY’S BRILLIANT

LONDON THEATRES VARIETIES. LTD. Director—MK. CHARLES GULLIVEK. THE PALLADIUM. Three Performances Dally, at 2.30, 6 and 8.45. HARRY DAY’S BRILLIANT

REVUE“RADIO S.” Featuring GEORGE CLARKE and KITTY EMBQN. PHILIP MOSS’ SPRING & SUMMER FASHION SHOW. Box Office IQ to Phone 1004 Oerrard
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Back Again in England, after a Sensational Australian Season.
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VICTORIA PALACE.

VICTORIA PALACE.

It was a case Welcome, friend, not stranger, to Harry Llreen, at the Victoria Palace, on Monday, when the (genial Yiddisher comedian made his reappearance in London after a visit lo 1 America. Smartly groomed, became the subject of his story, Mr. Green |kept the house irresistib
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Sentiment which Appeals to All

Complete Concert Programmes We can supply full Programmes for Concert Parties of All Sizes. SEND FOR LISTS. COMPLETE DANCE AND OTHER ORCHESTRAS FOR ANY CLASS OF WORK SUPPLIED IMMEDIATELY ON CONTRACT. Reasonable Terms. Production, Advertising, and Trade Depts.: RED LION HOUSE, RE
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

WUBAU. A D-S. The Bot. A. T. fiT company are be conccatulated on a very smooth presentation Cannock Hippodrome 1 ENTERTAINERS. "Tilly ot Bloomsbury." Nancy Farmer TILLY AT SURBITON. [o*th?“th Boomerang made attractive Tilly, being especially the Assembly Sorbiton,a pJtprtLtnmenl
07 March 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
roI'NTY or AYR.

roI'NTY or AYR.

1 1 111 VAIZTEII meet in the ent - N•ry AYH on Atli !littler!. at 12 o'clock noon. DAVID W. SHAW, Clerk of the Pence. 24 Snrulgate, Ayr, roth February, 1922.
02 March 1923 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
CROP BINDING.

CROP BINDING.

It will be generally found w? en there is a binding of the crop that this has been cancel by the birds picking up bog pieces of coarse grass, or eating a large amount of indigestible matter. and when a bird is suffering from this complaint it will not eat, but stands moping abou
24 August 1923 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
THE FINANCE AT.

THE FINANCE AT.

By this Act the beer duty has been reduced . Id per pint. The agricultural worker, therefore, gets cheaper beer, which in turn means there wilt be a greeter demand for Britishgrown barley at. no doubt, a somewhat proved price. The duty on cider hap been wiped out, and, therefore
24 August 1923 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland