OLD BAILEY TRIALS

... ' PcoAc2 SssE'umITUDE.- Ala, Its lf sqal. 50, and Jamese oters-t o8, elcaded ''clucity to a charge of b' bwy robbery in Drury-lane ontbe lhet of the 4th ?? prosecutor, Janmes B . 'Shacgbnessev, was knocked dowo and Feverely ?? Cook 1-csed 'le orlvict ...

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 ...

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 ...

TRAGEDY IN A FLAT AT SOUTH KENSINGTON

... posed to e an 'acbiess, alth'ugh she is only about twenty-one -years of 'age. She first made Mr. W hite's'acquaintance at Drury Lane'Theatre.'- - Mrs. M2ary White3 of 44, Brompton Square, Kensifigton, the *Ife,' of the'-deceased, said that she had not se'en ...

TOBACCO SELLING

... the Be Sy Voluntary arraug~'uemjn witbaut any pressure. B e Alfred Georgo e Evans foremenn at plaintiffs, no- works, iii Drury-lane, Ioliudou (re-called] by Mr. tic ...

LIVERPOOL BANKRUPTCY COURT

... avng quite £2000. In 1893 his father died, I leasing him £1000. He and his brother thnonn re-commenced the btusiness in Drury-lane, Liver- pool. The partnership was dissolved in 1u96, his brother retiring without drawing anything t out, and he carried ...

YESTERDAY'S POLICE CASES

... Caumden-road; Frank Hatobman, clerk, of Tapley-road, Holloway; and Samuel Betbell, theatre attendant, of Great Queeu- street, Drury-lane, of keeping and using the club for the purposes of unlawful gambling and betting witha persons resorting thereto; and against ...

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 ...

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 ...

CLAPHAM SENSATION

... Criminal court Jorthe murder of E~dith Poole. his sweetheart, by cutting her throat with a ra..or in Great Queen- street, Drury-lane, on the iigh ?? ., w~a banned on Tuesday amorning with~n *Nowgate gaiol. HEightiild retired to re:at at- the ?? hoar on ...

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 ...

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- ...