DRURY LANE MURDER

... I DRURY LANE MURDER. a INQUEST AND VERDICT. Mr. John froutbeck, on Monday, con- cluded his inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of Mary Klenealy, aged four years, the daughter of parents hiving at 9, bolasmith-street, Drury-lane, and who ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Augustas Harris. This Evenino, at 7.45, Grand Pantomime, MOTHER GOOSE. Misses Kate Santley, Ada Blanolie, Little Addie Blanche, E. D'Auban, Musi*. A. Roberts, J. D'Auban, Fred Evans, little Bertie Coots ...

THE FORTY THIEVES AT DRURY LANE

... THE FORT THIEVES' AT R ; RY LANE. *. tTrIB;EC OF, ILLVSTRATlO. , THu Porcelain:Ballet at Drury Lane is really the: .greatet feature. of this year's pn#to- mime.. Anyone who has.'the. most remote. 4aste must go: and see this- sptacular' .marvel. 'it is ...

MURDER OF A CHILD IN DRURY LANE

... MUBDER OF A CHILD IN DRURY LANE. s-- ARREST IN A LODGING HOUSE, A revolting tragedy wam perpetratedli, the vicinity of Drury-laIen on -Monday. .& ittle girl, named Mary Kenealy, living with her parentsA at 9, Goldsmith-street, was found lying sn the stairs ...

THE ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING IN DRURY LANE

... TlHEg ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING 1AN DRURY LANE. ADJOIJ(UNXI) INQUESI'. |'i'he inquiry, nad journed from Mouday night, respecting die deii h of Melis~el Aunigie r, who was supposed to have been poisolnlied, vs rvsuined before M1r. liggs, tit tie Grali ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Augustus Hams. To-Night, at 8.0, THE W OItLD. Messrs. A. Hams, W. Ma/cklin, Gibson, Boleyn, Ford, Benne, Lilly, Huntley, H. Nicholls, and Harry Jackson; Mesdames Helen Barry, F. though, and Fanny Josephs ...

ALLEGED MURDER IN DRURY LANE

... Mulleo had given her, Alter they put her in the bed, witness went out to asoortain what could be done. S3h met a constable in Drury-lane, who advised her to go to the station, Her sister was a widow, and hor name was Parry. She was not mwarried to prisoner ...

SHOCKING DEATH AT DRURY LANE THEATRE

... the Bow-street Police-court, yesterday, with causing the death of a man named George Ward. The deceased was employed at Drury.lane Theatre Ps a-painter, and was engaged in some-work on the portico of the theatre on Friday rmorning. He was standing on ...