EXECUTION OF THE DRURY LANE MURDERER

... Criminal Court for the. murder of. Edith Poole, his sweetheart, by cutting her throat 'with a razor in Great Queen Street, Drury 'Lane, on the night of May. 13, was hanged at nine o'clock in.. the morning. The cfime, which was the outcome apparently of dis- ...

COURT CIRCULAR

... Madamo Adelina Patti earl ath1 flctus artists will appear, and | Chme Ituet ' ures are contemplated. is Nc hoe sCrAQ0 °' Drury Lane theatre, taL the be- rcoZ0try. 'n''lrrcw0ux lioN. F. Ru SSELL AND atthc Orat I-Yesterday afternoon, too3i I' E Lrompton ...

CRIMES AND CHARGES

... CRIMES AND CHARGES. r _ or THE DRURY LANE MURDEIL ?? IL [ Alfred Highfield (21), barman, was executed t TI *t Newgate yesterday morning for the murder of he Edith Poole, whose throat he cut in Drury Lane. af n The murder was a deliberate and brutal one ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... missile to the common danger. Mr. Philip J. Rutland prosecuted on behalf of the pro- prietor of the Middlesex Music-hall, Drury Lane. He said that on Wednesday evening the 'prisoner went to the gallery of the music-hall, and from there threw 'a quart bottle ...

LICENSING SESSIONS

... £13,334 10s. 3d. gross, and £13,088 Os. 10d. in net personalty. THE DRURY LANE THEATRE COMPANY, LIMITED. An atmosphere of dissatisfaction was apparent at the meeting of the Drury Lane Theatre Com- pany (Limited), on Friday, and there were four dissentients ...

ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS

... these ac- csepted the invitaton to breakfast, and later obtained ttekets for the dinner for women at 5 Little :Wild Street. Drury Lane. This, like the dinners for the man and boys at the Brooke Street building, will consist of roast beef and mutton, ham, ...

NEWCASTLE BREWSTER SESSIONS

... was marie by Mr Frank Marshall for a license -a six days' license-under similar circumstances for the Duke of Wellington, Drury Lane. From All Saints' parish there were also two appii- cations for full licenses. Mr Shipley applied on be- half of Mr John ...

ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS

... second marriage 'in 1893. The adver- lisement was as followf: 4 Wanted, :Edward William Hayse, who in 1889 resided in Drury Lane, Covent Garden; or, if dead, his representative.' Address H., 13, Trinity Square, Soutthwark. Mr. d'Eyncourt: Not an attractive ...

STRANGE CASE

... his home. DISTRESSING POSITION OP AN AGED ACTRESS. ADA SZNNET'-formerly a well-known Lon- don actress, and the widow of a Drury Lane actor, who committed suicide a few weeks ago-again appeared in Manchester Police Court on Saturday charged with drunken- ...

THE DISPUTED PLAY OF DON JUAN

... and Ernest Elv. Lon- don. The three women liad zta-ken part in a motlrers' rmeetin excursion from St. John's Church, Drury Lane, London. Several persons -were in an exhausted condifton wten resoned. and were treated at the County Hospital. The yacht ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... to the City of London Union. Detective-sergeant Fitzgerald de- posed as to the arrest of the accused, who was a super at Drury Lane Theatre. At the time of arrest witness saw him on the stage taking the part of an M.P. in the House of Commons scene in ...

THE LONDON THEATRES

... Oin Monday, Oct. 8th. le the Drama, in Four Acts, by- Ceeil itileigh, entitled p le v HEARTS ARtE THUMPS. ig Drama from Drury-lane is a very safe card to play at h le the minor theatres, and its value has been attested this A Ir w-eek by remarkably full ...