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08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
EIIITH ALLEN

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08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE Budget proposals in regard to the Entertainments Tax—fully detailed in THE BIOSCOPE last week—are discussed in detail by representative

THE Budget proposals in regard to the Entertainments Tax—fully detailed in THE BIOSCOPE last week—are discussed in detail by representative

exhibitors in all parts of the country on other pages of this issue. To these criticisms, and to the comments in our leading article, should be added a reminder that Mr. Snowden's Budget is not yet law, and may well be subjected to very considerable modifications before it recei
08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

Alex. B. King, convener of th e tish Tax Committee :—" 011 th e thoughts, I am disappointed at th is amount of the concession granted I n , 3 0t year's Budget. Being Scotch, t he total abolition. Having watched a it movements in the House of Coulttl ( jtiliP was known to all of
08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
8, 1924 TAX PROPOSALS Man's Budget" T he Bioscope" St e n had: resolutely opposed this tax the day it

8, 1924 TAX PROPOSALS Man's Budget" T he Bioscope" St e n had: resolutely opposed this tax the day it

was inaugurated; and I 'be . confess that he has proved this by (141 4stry the first Chancellor to give an indone a ny real relief. For what he has Ivealn at least thankful, but I think ili„re entitled to more, and every effort co continue to be made to get this tax Of4ll)letely
08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
BUDGET OPINIONS

BUDGET OPINIONS

(continued) duced to 7d., which is the net amount the exhibitors have been receiving on the 9d. seats. They cannot reduce the seats to 6d., for that would .mea•n a net loss of id. The views of Mr. Fred Carlton, Secretary of the Manchester C.E.A., on the Entertainments Tax conces
08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
BRISTOL

BRISTOL

The publication of the Entertainments Tax concessions has not aroused much favourable comment in the West of England, and the general opinion is that, if adopted, it will make the prices of admission very difficult to deal with. Mr. G. H. Blackburn, manager of the Palace, Baldwi
08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
yr: SHOULD BUY PICTURES ked for tile fouowint! cities NEWCASTLE: QUEEN'S HALL, week beginnini.., 19th. "One of the finest picture,:

yr: SHOULD BUY PICTURES ked for tile fouowint! cities NEWCASTLE: QUEEN'S HALL, week beginnini.., 19th. "One of the finest picture,:

I have Held over a Rialto for Second Big Week le o pportunity of booking GEORGE BLACK, Manager U A LI I PICTURE CAN PULL CROWDS LIKE THIS ?
08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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08 May 1924 - The Bioscope - London, London, England