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TO-DA rs STOCK EXCHANGE:

TO-DA rs STOCK EXCHANGE:

UPSETTING MARKET INFLUENCES—PARIS .SELLING —BIG CANADIAN LOAN. n for as business concerned °: ets did not begin the new week very promising fashion. There was a pau“tv of fresh orders in every department, and prevailed almost throughout the House This is really not to be wondere
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

btranL DELPHI THEATRE, ■TV EVERY EVENING at 8.15. Mr. GFORUK KOWARDES’ New Production, THE GIRI. FROM AH. A Musical Play, m 2 acts, by James T. Tanner. Music *bv Ti dney Jones and Pan! A. Rubens. Stare produ-tion by I. A. F. Malone. MATINEE EVERY SAVURDAY. at 2. to 10- Tcls. 284
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHIEF POINTS OF THE SKETCH.

CHIEF POINTS OF THE SKETCH.

raises many interesting points. Undoubtedly many women and children suffer, unknowingly, from horror of enclosed places. We have met persons suffering from this disease in widely different spheres of life. In one case it was a'child, the son of a working man who had been an idea
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTE.

PALL MALL GAZETTE.

1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
its records'and valuable store of during the Great Fire. Sir Christopher Wren was employed by the company » build a

its records'and valuable store of during the Great Fire. Sir Christopher Wren was employed by the company » build a

new Hrall, and this, too, was . down in 1840, only the courtrwm drawing-room escaping the .^ ,n^ s V • d rooms still retain 'the fine ceiling , by Wren, and the company the possession of 'two portraits Joshua Reynolds. The report that the steamer Centennial, which mysteriously d
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ART GALLERIES.

ART GALLERIES.

EXHIBITION IN AID THE ARTISTS' CBNBRAL INSTITUTION. PICTURES tbs EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL nowpnVtonrat Messrs. THO& AGMEW and SONS' GALLERIES, Admission, including Cstslagdt, On* Sfailllng. Open 13-A Saturdays, *o—l. CBOSVENOB CALLBIT, NEW BOND STREET. Second National Loan Exhibitio
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
A FIGHTING “FACE”

A FIGHTING “FACE”

Mr. Lloyd George’s rag-time ecstasy upon the land question on Saturday is sufficiently disposed of by his own record and by the other portions of his speech. His services to the slumdwellers, whose condition he bewails, consist (1) in refusing money for the operation of the Unio
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
»TO-DAY in the law courts.

»TO-DAY in the law courts.

OWNERSHIP OF A MUSICHALL. DISPUTE BETWEEN MR. JOHN LAWSON AND HIS WIFE. PROFITS OF “DEVIL’S SUNDAY.” CHANCERY DIVISION. —Before Mr. Justice Neville between Mr. John Ennis Lawson his wife, Mr.-. Cissie Louie Lawson, both *ell-km'«n music-hall goers, to which of ihcin the ri al ow
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOWING THE WIND.

SOWING THE WIND.

1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ALSATIAN DISORDERS. REPORTED DRASTIC ACTION BY THE KAISER.

ALSATIAN DISORDERS. REPORTED DRASTIC ACTION BY THE KAISER.

BERLIN, Monday. The Kaiser is said have decided take drastic action in connection with the disorders at Zaberne. The 99th Regiment will be transferred another garrison, Colonel Reutter will be asked to resign, and Lieutenant Forslncr will be transferred to the eastern frontier.
1 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England