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[y o: SHAMROCK IN AMERICA.—Sir T. Lipton's yacht, Shamrock V, being towed to New London, Connecticut, on arrival for trials

[y o: SHAMROCK IN AMERICA.—Sir T. Lipton's yacht, Shamrock V, being towed to New London, Connecticut, on arrival for trials

for the America Cup races at Newport, Rhode Island, next month. a w a Lan en :angl Le w FILM PRODUCER WEDS.—Mr. Ben Hart with his bride, Miss M. Crowdy, outside Kensington register office. He recently produced " Twenty Years Ago " and " Homes of the King." .;4QM _. Sir Oswald Mo
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS

LONDON AMUSEMENTS

RIALTO -Pict. Circ. -ißeg 2588). Dly, 12-11.30. Dolores De. Rio i 'THE BAD ONE"; also ' The White Hell of Pitz 2alu." STOLL, Kingsw...y-12 Norm. Talkies. Pauline Frederick ••. Saere3 Flar •e ": Evelyn Brent n " Darkened Ro sage "; Laurel and Hardy Comedy, Blotto." TIVOLI-11'm: B
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A MAN'S LUCK

A MAN'S LUCK

HELEN was glad when the dance finished and Jim suggested that they should go to the buffet. The buffet was crowded. The dance room was-crowded. The corridors round about were crowded, and so was the conservatory. The bouquets of many perfumes mingled with the aroma of cigarette
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LOVDENNE BLINC Graves L 4montillado - P4NTIMON Illediuni Tawny port SPEY ROY/IL CI?YST4I DRY GIN - 12/6 (rbese prices relate

LOVDENNE BLINC Graves L 4montillado - P4NTIMON Illediuni Tawny port SPEY ROY/IL CI?YST4I DRY GIN - 12/6 (rbese prices relate

only to England, Wales and scot WINE P ROWERS AND EON OXPO DISTILLERS OPORTO , WINE SPECIALLY CILITE4U LOUDENNE Claret RUBICON ;4ustralian Red Bursuficly Per /logo. 4/. s. 30 404-
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
tivity a beautiful clipper caught running contraband. "It's a waltz," he said. " I wanted the last one, but saw

tivity a beautiful clipper caught running contraband. "It's a waltz," he said. " I wanted the last one, but saw

that young West had claimed it. I can't get on with these new Yankee things. Anyhow, they're not dancing. Only sliding about." He propelled Helen on to the .floor. The one redeeming feature about Sir John's dancing was that advancing years, a taste for fuxUrious feeding, and a g
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS

LONDON AMUSEMENTS

ALDWYCH-Closed for redecoration. The run of " A NIGHT LIKE THIS " resumes on September 15. AMBASSADORS-(Tem. Bar 1171.) 8.30. Tues, Sat, 2.30. " TIIE MAN IN POSSESSION,"' by H. M. Harwood. COMEDY-(Ger. 8978.) THE SILENT WITNESS. Marie Lohr, Malcolm Keen. 8.30. Tues, Fri, 2.30. C
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RHEUMATISM

RHEUMATISM

NOW " FIT AS A FIDDLE." On the right is Mr. J. B. Price, of Gloucester, who says :—" I was just a bundle of nerves,' and suffered from sleeplessness and rheumatism. After try i g several remedies whi c h proved of no avail, I tried Dr. Cassell's Tablets and now I am /it as a _fi
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PASSING DETECTIVES,

PASSING DETECTIVES,

There was no difficulty about this, and Crippen and the " boy " went on board the Montrose and closed their cabin-door. Their only luggage was one cane valise with leather straps. Crippen wore a soft felt hat and the "boy " a straw hat. They passed the detectives without being n
July 25, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHORT DISTANCE WIRELESS.

SHORT DISTANCE WIRELESS.

"The Customs officers come on board at Rimouski, which is 200 miles east of Quebec and nearly twice as far below Montreal, and it is almost certain that the suspects will be arrested there. "All the Canadian Pacific liners are fitted with wireless telegraphy. But the apparatus u
July 25, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England