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A MUSICAL MELODRAMA

A MUSICAL MELODRAMA

6 4 Fashion or " Life in New York at the Kingsway Theatre
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RELICS OF FAR AGES

RELICS OF FAR AGES

Pots of the Neolithic period found at Avebury (Wilts). They are among the exhibits of archaeology to be shown from to-day at University College, Gower-street. 'Illllllllill111!II1i11111111111f iiiIIIII1111Ullllllllil1111111111111111111111illlliillll(llifflff111i11 My poor I. • e
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, February 19,

Tuesday, February 19,

February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
iesday, February 19, 1929

iesday, February 19, 1929

February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAURICE CHEVALIER'S SUCCESS

MAURICE CHEVALIER'S SUCCESS

Those who remember Maurice Chevalier when he appeared in revue in London will he interested to hear that he is doing well at Hollywood. Ho went over on a year's trial, but Paramount were so pleased with his first film, according to letters received in Paris, that they immediatel
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POLICEMAN-PARSON

POLICEMAN-PARSON

A friend who lives at Edgware tells me that on Sunday evening, owing to a sudden attack of 'ffu, the vicar of his church was unable to conduct the service, and a policesergeant, who is a licensed lay reader, took his place. Not only did he conduct the service as if he were thoro
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TRAVELLING SOLO

TRAVELLING SOLO

Laugh with him a' From the night. life of New York to the Atlantic liner is no long step. Here one finds a large number of married men who are travelling " solo." Eight out of ten invariably have one common denominator !—i.e., Their wives don't understand them It's horribly path
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WELL-BEHAVED!

WELL-BEHAVED!

entirely agree with your correspondents, though they may appear to be harkb. flit; the parents' fault that children behave badly, but it is sad to think that the " not guilty little ones " should be shunned as something " detestebla." We have three little boys, who are liked eve
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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George Duncan, who has resigned his position as professional at the Wentworth Golf Club, Virginia Water, to become a free lance ,rt i the The petty officer, who wears an oxygen-inflated helmet, reaches submarine on the sea-bed.—(Exclusive to the " Daily girro lance. I A petty off
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Admiral Sir Francis Charles Bridgeman, aged eighty, whose death is reported from Nassau, Bahamas. He was in the Navy for

Admiral Sir Francis Charles Bridgeman, aged eighty, whose death is reported from Nassau, Bahamas. He was in the Navy for

fifty years. Mr. Edward L. Doheny, son of the millionaire oil magnate, was shot dead in his bedroom at Beverley HiUs, near Los Angeles, by his secretary, Hugh Plunkett, who then shot himself.
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England