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Theatrical in Trouble.

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Theatrical in Trouble. Arthur William James, who was stated to be a member of the company performing the play "The Lighthouse Robbery" at the Royalty Theatre, was charged at the Police Court on Saturday with, stealing three billiard balls, of the Yalle of £ 2 12s. 6d., from the Royal Ex- j change Hotel. P.S. Hodge Lewis deposed that at 10.25 a.m. on March 25tli he-arrested the defendant in Upper Park Street. He found the three ivory balls produced in defendant's leather case. He charged him with the offence, and, having been cautioned, he replied, "I am sorry that I took them. I hope the proprietor will look the matter over." Inspector Jones applied for a remand until Wednesday. The application was granted, bail being refused. On Wednesday, defendant was /n-d £ 2 2s. ,iclaiit N\-Li s P,2 2,?? inclusive, or, in default, one month imprison- ment.

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