lr is not to the credit of theatrical tote in London that our most scholarly, mos t artist* and most well-graced actor should be indebted to the accidental s eems achieved by his wife in a "piffling " ephemeral play like Mice and Men for a renal chance to present at a series of
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a Canterbury, employ many men who have spent lung years in the firm (says the South London Press). and none more respected than Mr. Frederick Brown, whose portrait is annexed. Ho is fifty-nine years of age, and boo resided twenty-six years at V., Radnor Terrace, South Lambeth Ro
catered for at WHISEILDONI3. MU! Street. Every tes. Hesthquartere of etock port C.C.C. Terme modesty. JACKSON. NI, Street ((one minute from Central Pier). Good for Visitors, Is each pinyon; board, 0.0.1. Cycle sonocnlnodation.
Great Britain is ruled by the wealthy in the interests of the wealthy. We propose that it should be ruled by the people In me Interests of tbe people; for class rule brings conflict of interest, which brings hatred, while community of interests breeds fellowship, and fellowship