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A LONDON NIGHT CLUB.

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A LONDON NIGHT CLUB. The Bow-street magistrate, Sir Albert De Rutzen, gave his decision in the case against Giecillo Gotti, an Italian club proprietor, who was charged with keeping the Mazzini Club, Red Lion-street, Holborn, for the pur- pose of unlawful gaming. Police officers who visited the premises in disguise had frequently seen faro, banker, and other games in cards being played for money. The defence was that no gaming had taken place until faro was introduced to the members by a police officer. The Magistrate now said it was quite clear that gaming had been going on long before the night of the raid, and there were all the elements of a common gaming house present. Boys of sixteen years of age were present in the club all night, women dancing and gambling going on. A fine of J620, with J610 10s. costs was ordered to be paid, and the defendant recom- mended for deportation. The club was ordered to be struck off the register for twelve months.

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