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. IIMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. I

I HOUSE OF IORDS.—JULY 4.…

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ITHE WAR AND THE IWOUNDED.

-TOES OF CHINESE LADIES.

THE HOSPITAL SHIP MAINE.

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-I CURRENT SPORT.

THEATRICAL ACTIONS.

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THEATRICAL ACTIONS. Mr. W. S, Penley, in the Queen's Bench Division on Monday, sued Stephens Brothers, proprietors of the new Ealing Theatre, at haling, to recover damages for alleged breach of contract. An agreement was entered into between the parties in April of last year for the production at the theatre, in February last, of Charley's Aunt." The theatre was subsequently closed until some requirements 'of the Middlesex County Council were met, and the defence was that Messrs. Stephens bad not been guilty of any breach, that, they were the victims of misfortune, and that they were protected by a clause in the agreement. Mr. Justice Ridley, however, decided in favour of Mr. Penley for the amount claimed. In another action, arising out of similar circumstances in the production of the Silver King," judgment was on, ei-ed for the plaintiff.

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ST. BARTHOLOMEWS HOSPITAL.

| COAL PRICES IN BYEGONE DAYS.

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A MONSTER CASK.

AMERICAN ENGINEERS.

THE SLOUGH DISASTER.

COUNT ZEPPELIN'S AIRSHIP.

A VILLAGE WITHOUT MONEY.

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