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BERT ERROL RAY HARTCEY anl BEYYY wish to thank various Managements for Happy and Comfortable Season. Sailing March 9 for

BERT ERROL RAY HARTCEY anl BEYYY wish to thank various Managements for Happy and Comfortable Season. Sailing March 9 for

Australia per s.s. NALDERA.” AU REVOIR.
29 February 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THE BROKEN LINE.’’ tht Kln«*t Thtitr*. Ciinburgh. Ox Monday, Nov. 5. i’h«> Broken Line.” which »ueoei>*full> given Kdinhiirgh prior to

“THE BROKEN LINE.’’ tht Kln«*t Thtitr*. Ciinburgh. Ox Monday, Nov. 5. i’h«> Broken Line.” which »ueoei>*full> given Kdinhiirgh prior to

it* production in London, p| a y of modern life. The Eart of liunmoor. Ijefore aueriH'ding to the peerage haa marrirHl a wotnati poor origin, whom he ha* de<ert> for one in hia own rank. Year* afterward•*. hi<> daughter, having their relationalnp, mine* 10 claim her inheritance,
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ninon Groy.

Ninon Groy.

Empire. Harkner. thi* week. Nixon Urey inukiinc a V)ricf viait »o Town. He ha- a very Rood hunch of material, ami * >n Ilia lK*»t form when him on Monday c\ening. Graham and Kendal. At Granville, Walham Green, tho-e clever dancer*. Reg. Graham ami Gertie Kendal, conclude a happy
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KOTRIIBER 7. 1999.

KOTRIIBER 7. 1999.

07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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if CtmMtHlMi

. morrow (Thursday) is dat*» I for the competition for the i).*s Austin Cup. This is an event h. at any rate, always produ.vs fuu. everybody haring comthe course with but one ciub. non or ntashio is the usual impleit favoured, though we have mcii Hsrratl perform the feat with mo
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Balli©l and Msrton.

Balli©l and Msrton.

the Hip)x>.. Brighton. lost week. Balliol and lilerton most successful time, are this week making their debut the palladium. These sensational dancers have created hig demand for their service;* the six months, both here ami on the Con and have had lug offers from America. They
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GEORGE JACKIEY

GEORGE JACKIEY

- SNAKE TOUR FEET.” N*>. i, EMPtRC, IWANftIA. N*v. If, IMRIRC, MIWPCRT. P.».. N. TMtkw ••ck OM—«, •.m.t*. TfUßki —• J. A. POWERS TNI IOOT6H HUMMIIT SaiMng rtMay, N*v. lIH, far Muth AfrM*, •.«. AimatfaM CmIH." •mh. i I*. ArtMalk Rua, Cllpftam. .t.
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
N«v. I, LONDON eOLIMUM.

N«v. I, LONDON eOLIMUM.

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07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROBERT REILLY

ROBERT REILLY

NOV. i, THE ALHAMBRA. Corns.. REEVES A LAMPORT. NOV. It. N.. MANCHESTER.
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLAND REHEARSAL ROOMS. m, POLAND STRUT, NEAR OXFORD CIRCUS. dplcadid Pianos both high low pitch. *Pboo«; Pegcot 6M6. 6A17. 8849.

POLAND REHEARSAL ROOMS. m, POLAND STRUT, NEAR OXFORD CIRCUS. dplcadid Pianos both high low pitch. *Pboo«; Pegcot 6M6. 6A17. 8849.

6*49 (4 Hues). FRANK PERRY’S REHEARSAL ROOMS. 31, GOLDEN EQUARC PICCADILLY CIRCUS <One mmuts from Regent Palace Hold) Phono: Regent SG96. Large and Small Roomo for Niro. Parquet imd Cmedian Spring Floors. Pianos, Gramophones. Dressing Rooms
07 November 1928 - The Era - London, London, England