The popularity of operettas by WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan had encouraged many pirated versions to be performed in the colony. This was the case until Williamson secured exclusive rights for Australasia in 1879, at a cost of £300 per year, and enforced them through the courts. Successful cases in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia did much to establish the validity of British copyright law in the colonies.
Approximate size of print is 100cm x 40cm
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