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VICTOR HANBURY

VICTOR HANBURY

Production Suasion: CLYDE COOK Pro<(u«ion Management EßlC DONALDSON Produced nnd Recorded Crlcklewood Studiot the Visetone Sound System (Under Patent Ucotm from Marconi’s Wlrohn Taiagrtph Company) Make your reservations NOW RELEASED MAY 21st, 1934 FRANK VOSPER : CECIL HUMPHREYS
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE GOLFING SOCIETY

VAUDEVILLE GOLFING SOCIETY

TO DAY the first of the special winter competitiont will be held Malden. It will be medal play and members in the provinces will be entitled to participate in the competition under the usual conditions. The prixe will be a silver tankard, which the winner will take for keeps.” A
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA VALLASETS WONDER

THE ERA VALLASETS WONDER

Opening Ceremony (By frcdarick H.-U. B«wauw) A DRENCHING downpour of rain on Monday afternoon In no degree discouraged attendance at the opening the new Gaumont Palace at Egremont, Wallasey. There was a full house, and everyone concerned must be warmly congratulated on the perfe
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS' WANTS

MUSICIANS' WANTS

WANTKD. engt.. Man. Dir. Deader- , Viollnl.t; thealre. varletle*. lounge. Ball, 64a. Cottage-grove. Uai>- hail). b.W.9. WANTKD KNOWN. Violin. dble. Viola; finest refs.; experience all lines. Cole. 38. Castle-row. Canterbury. . 'ITIfANTKD KNOWN. Continental or W A V iofin it* n >
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STOLL -?•£“ THEATRES CORPORATION, Ltd. COLISEUM BUILDINGS, LOIiPON, W.C.2. a ft t SIR OSWALD STOLL* CALLS FOR NOVEMBER 20th, 1933

STOLL -?•£“ THEATRES CORPORATION, Ltd. COLISEUM BUILDINGS, LOIiPON, W.C.2. a ft t SIR OSWALD STOLL* CALLS FOR NOVEMBER 20th, 1933

LONDON COUUWM from noon. Sunday* • * KATHARINE HEPBURN ' MORSINU ULOKY. THK ALHAMBRA Sir Onwald Stoll „ BEATRIX LEHMANS In Tho Kn.h*«y Hl * * l ‘•THB TUDOR WEACH* •TOLL TICTURR TMRATRR ODM MMMA) Talkie*." MACKNRV IMPIRI Rrhrarml noon It* Wolf*. » Tort. Au.trall** Iloy». Max Hl*
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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.••DOES BEAR ALL EXCELLENCY.” Othello, Act 2, Sc. I. BRON’S REHEARSAL ROOM MOAOWOOO BRAND PIANO (/• PCS HOUR AIM all

.••DOES BEAR ALL EXCELLENCY.” Othello, Act 2, Sc. I. BRON’S REHEARSAL ROOM MOAOWOOO BRAND PIANO (/• PCS HOUR AIM all

ttw PuMtahan 47, BP—aan tTRCET, W.l. Oanaa Hlta In Mack. Bar. IMS. (HO CONNECTION WITH ANT OTHER SCHOOL! West End House (over Rialto Theatre), 3. 4. 5 6, RUPERT STREET. COVENTRY STREET. W.t. ’PkM. CmmrE 4413. »> Ik. L.C.C.
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CARBONS StUZARQ BAND CARDS

CARBONS StUZARQ BAND CARDS

CARBONS BAND CARDS KEEP VOUH NAME EEFONE THE MANAKERE. VOURCAKD "THE ERA" COST* 10*. M. FOR IS INSERTIONS 12*. CO. WITH COPY THE ERA FOSTEO FREE EACH WEEK. Howard bakers .1 >mton A««nrinn»," " The l>el- Khi*n<." and other band«. available for urineen. 6!>. Ulenwood-Aardeni*. Ilfo
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HERE’S RADIO’S DAISY ft QERT ELSIE ft DORIS WATERS G. S. MELVIN BUTAJirS GREATEST CHARACTER COMEDIAN JOYFUL JOVERB HAROLD &

HERE’S RADIO’S DAISY ft QERT ELSIE ft DORIS WATERS G. S. MELVIN BUTAJirS GREATEST CHARACTER COMEDIAN JOYFUL JOVERB HAROLD &

LOLA another radio favourite HUTCH (UtMJR A. HUTCHINSON) Russell, Marconi a Jerry RHYTHM-O-LOCY BILLY DANVERS alwats merry and bright JEAN KENNEDY IMS COMEDY GOO. FROM SCOTLAND THE SNAKE DANCE YELTONI BROS. COMEDY ACROBATS SIXTEEN SHERMAN FISHER GIRU
15 November 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE IiILMARNOCIi HERALD. THURSDAY: NOVEMBER 16, 1933. employment was very much less. Sir 111eTaggart said that even supposing they had

THE IiILMARNOCIi HERALD. THURSDAY: NOVEMBER 16, 1933. employment was very much less. Sir 111eTaggart said that even supposing they had

no unemployment they would still be called upon to pay on the peak rate for five years. Mr Climie characterised it . as a deliberate attempt of the Government to shift the National burden on to Local Authorities. The Counsil unanimously agreed to send in a protest against the Bi
16 November 1933 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
LOWAYS 1 3, 3 gal clsmkti. Iriddike plus Booth isyl•ft, Timothy Whites, dn. 111111111111111111MINEMMI GOOD THOUGHTS.

LOWAYS 1 3, 3 gal clsmkti. Iriddike plus Booth isyl•ft, Timothy Whites, dn. 111111111111111111MINEMMI GOOD THOUGHTS.

LOWAYS 1 3, 3 gal clsmkti. Booth isyl•ft, Timothy Whites, GOOD THOUGHTS. Are we so busy looking for some great thing to do for, Gol that we fail to see the little thing, which in the meantime, we might do for our neighbour?—The Christian Science Journal. A loving little life of s
16 November 1933 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland