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THE VOGUE

THE VOGUE

In a side street near the Law Courts is a stationer's shop with five notices pasted on its windows. Each bears the words " Divorce forms." I wonder if. these are regarded as the season's best sellers.
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, February 19,

Tuesday, February 19,

February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'?97 DON'T TRIFLE WITH A COLD OR COUGH AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. If someone in your family is suffering

'?97 DON'T TRIFLE WITH A COLD OR COUGH AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. If someone in your family is suffering

with a cold, influenza, or has a deep-seated cough, here is a famous old recipe that will bring them quick relief. Front your chemist secure loz. of Parmint (Double Strength). Take this home and, add to it pint of hot water and four ounces olsugar or two dessertspoonfuls of gold
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FUNERAL OF A BISHOP

FUNERAL OF A BISHOP

.~~,: N.C.O.s of the Royal Sussex Regiment arriving with a wreath at Chichester Cathedral yesterday. for,, the funeral of Dr. Winfrid Burrows, Bishop of Chichester. Right, the coffin being carried from the cathedial'foribyriarraf,Whyke.'t Dr.•,.Burrolvs,died in his sleep at Lamb
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEAUTY WEAR A Kg5TO5 A delicate gossamer garment, yet the secret of many a woman's firm, youthful figur e. the

BEAUTY WEAR A Kg5TO5 A delicate gossamer garment, yet the secret of many a woman's firm, youthful figur e. the

kestos Brassiere is fashioned to a patent, scientific pattern, which ensures that it moulds the figure to rounded, natural contours and provides perfect support without restriction. Wear a Resters constantly: your figure will regain the slender beauty of girlhood, and yonr gowns
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AND MYSTERY TO-DAY,

AND MYSTERY TO-DAY,

Then 1 want, to-morrow night—dinnerquite small—sort of dinner you sail you " Awfully sorry,. Mrs. Baxter, but can't do it —booked' since last month. Frightfully' good of you " " Ilector! " " Ma'am? " " - Don't talk rot. You've got to come—really." " But, you 'leer old thing. how
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SOME FIGURES

SOME FIGURES

We learn further from the prospectus that the business of W. G. Pye and Company was established in 1896 as scientific 'instrument manufacturers, and in 1922 its radio branch was formed. The accountants certify that whereas the profits from this branch of Pye's business for the y
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Page 25 Have you seen Molly Min at the Piano? Whilst Molly Min enjoys making the Piano reflect like a mirror, her sister Dolly is busy upstairs cleaning and polishing the white enamel paint-work with THE WON DER Fo CRE AM Try a 6d. or ls. tin of " Min " to-day. The result upon a
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOAT RACE TRAINING

BOAT RACE TRAINING

Oxford indulged in one or two practice starts at Henley yesterday, but their principal work was made against a full stream when they rowed from the lower end of the regatta enclosure to Henley Bridge. In the Cambridge crew at Goring C. E. Wool-Lewis displaced R. A. Davies-Cooke
February 19, 1929 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England